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1967 - New Town of Valencia dedicated; homes sell for $25,000 [story]


Good Afternoon Chamber Members,
Terri Kingery Crain
EXPO 2013
Taste
We are pleased to announce a new addition to our EXPO this year, the LBX4 Pavillion! LBX4 All booths are selling Fast!  This year we have added elements for everyone!
  • Carnival Rides
    211 Enterprises
    Event Sponsor
  • Beer Garden
  • Farmers Market
  • And much more!
LunchNet Tuesday, September 24th
 
19159 Golden Valley Road
11:30 AM 
Cost is $10 per person cash only. To RSVP
please contact Jeff Lui at jeff@scvcommercial.com
or 661-478-5227
2014 Chamber Directory! 

 

We are in the process of selling and creating our 2014 Chamber Print & Online Directory.  This is the time when we would like to encourage you to review your member record for accuracy.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate in contacting someone here at the Chamber.  We are eager, able and happy to assist you in any way possible.
Jani Foundation 
Bowl – A – Thon Fundraiser

Business Symposium 

 

 

Go out and be good humans!  

 

Terri K. Crain
President/CEO

Upcoming Lunch & Learns                          

Friday, October 4, 2013
Host:  High Impact Event Resources
“Successful Exhibiting at Community Events”
Friday, October 18, 2013
Host:  Fresh Element
“Get More Customers from the Internet”
Friday, November 1, 2013
Host:  Foundation for Wellness Professionals
Friday, November 15, 2013
Host:  McDowell Odom, LLP
Friday, December 13, 2013
Host:  CASA
“Learn How You can Volunteer to Advocate
for an Abused Child”
 
Location:  Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce
27451 Tourney Road, Suite 160, Santa Clarita, 91355
Time:  11:45am
Lunch & Learns are FREE and lunch will  be provided
If you would like to attend one of the above or host your own event:  Please contact Cheryl Ramirez at
CRamirez@scvchamber.com or 661.702.6977.

Advertise Current Job Opportunities FREE

 

The Chamber makes available to its members the opportunity to advertise job opportunities for FREE through two great local resources:

 

Santa Clarita WorkSource Center:

Providing employers with no-cost recruitment assistance from advertising jobs, pre-screening candidates, to facilities to conduct interviews the Santa Clarita WorkSource Center is your one-stop recruitment center in Santa Clarita.  To Learn More visit  www.WorkSantaClarita.com

 

 

Career Services at College Of the Canyons:

We currently have almost 7,000 active job seekers in our Online Job Database. We need more jobs in our database to help out the students and the community. If your company has any job openings -Now would be a great time to advertise your job opportunities for free.

Learn More…

 

 

Grand Openings & Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies  

      
 
Thursday, September 26, 2013
American Business Machines
26017 Huntington Lane Unit E
Valencia, CA 91355
5:30pm / 6:00pm Ribbon Cutting
Thursday, October 3, 2013
Beef O’ Brady’s
27430 The Old Road
Valencia, CA 91355
5:30pm / 6:00pm Ribbon Cutting
Thursday, October 17, 2013
Chase Bank
27057 McBean Parkway
Valencia, CA 91355
5:30pm / 6:00pm Ribbon Cutting
Thursday, November 14, 2013
Go Postal Plus
18723 Via Princessa
Santa Clarita, CA 91387
5:30pm / 6:00pm Ribbon Cutting

Community Events & This & That  

                   
 
5th Annual Business Symposium presented by College of the Canyons Foundation – September 20, 2013.  The State and Economic impact of commercial and residential real estate here in the SCV.  View Flyer…
 
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church Fundraiser – 69th Annual Barbeque – September 20, 21 & 22 – Learn More…
 
SCV Sanitation District’s Next Steps in Meeting the State-Mandated Chloride Limit for the Valley – Read Letter…
  
Hope for the Homeless – Join the Friends of Bridge to Home.  Your monthly pledge will help provide year round assistance to homeless individuals and families.  Learn More…
 
Office Depot for Chamber Members:
Not a member of the Chamber Office Depot Program? Click here to start saving up to 60% off a core list of 175 most commonly purchased items.
I-5 Corridor improvements: 
Hotline: 855-454-6335
Brochure:Link 
Like to help people? Want to make a difference?
If you would like to help out your community, Northeast Valley Health Corporation is the place for you!
 

Invitations to Bid 

 The Chamber makes available to its members the opportunity to find information about procurement contracts for bid by public agencies.

City of Santa Clarita
Detailed information on each of the bids can be obtained by downloading the information from the City’s Purchasing website at  www.planetbids.com/santaclarita/bidsonline.cfm.
You may also contact the City of Santa Clarita Purchasing Department at (661) 286-4184 for additional questions.  Current Bidding Opportunities
County of Los Angeles
Los Angeles County is pleased to supply Chamber members with a listing of open bids. Open Bids can be searched by Commodity Description, County Department, Bid title and number.
Open Bids will remain on the web site until the closing date for the bid expires. Closed bids and awards can be viewed from the Search Bids/Awards section of this web site.
Castaic Lake Water Agency
Information on open bids, including Request for Quotations (RFQ), Request for Proposals (RFPs) and Invitation for Bids (IFBs), is available on the CLWA website. Open bids will remain on the website until the closing date. For more information and to view open bids, click on the link: For more information and to view on public works projects, click on the link:http://clwa.org/category/public-works.
College of the Canyons
College of the Canyons welcomes qualified bids in response to Request for Quotations (RFQ),
Request for Proposals (RFPs) and Invitation for Bids (IFBs). To learn more about construction-related bids and the bidding process, click on this link

For non-construction related opportunities, click on this link:

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