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Fall 2022 Chamber Breakfast

By November 18, 2022No Comments
The Waldport Chamber of Commerce welcomed 70 business and community leaders from throughout the area for its Fall 2022 Breakfast at Oregon Coast Community College (OCCC) in Waldport on October 27th.
Paul Schuytema, Executive Director of the Economic Development Alliance of Lincoln County (EDALC), welcomed attendees to their new offices located at the OCCC Waldport Campus.  Dave Price, Vice President of OCC,
shared news and programs from the College and Chamber Board President Kevin Battles updated members on activities and initiatives.
Breakfast was catered by Cafe Chill which will open in late 2022 in the former Chuck Hill Building on Commercial Street in Waldport.  Owner/Founder Diana Buckley shared her vision for the multi-use cafe which includes a performance stage, workshop areas, an art gallery, fresh locally roasted coffee and pastries.
Attendees included Lincoln County State Representative David Gomberg, Lincoln County Commissioners Kaety Jacobsen and Doug Hunt, Waldport City Manager Dann Cutter, Waldport Mayor Greg Holland, Chief Jamie Mason from Central Oregon Coast Fire & Rescue and Chamber Executive Directors from Yachats, Newport, Depoe Bay and Lincoln City.
Waldport Chamber of Commerce membership is open to area businesses, civic organizations and individuals and serves the community through regional outreach, special events, workshops and referrals.  The Chamber partners with Travel Oregon, Oregon Coast Visitor Association, City of Waldport, Newport News Times, Oregon Coast Today, 101 Things to Do, Here & Now Oregon Coast, The Mile-By-Mile Guide and all Chambers in Lincoln County.
Visit The Chamber Office located in the Alsea Bay Bridge Interpretive Center & Waldport Heritage Museum at 320 NW Hwy. 101 in Waldport.
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