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Committee, Task Force and Roundtables
Thank you for your interest in joining a committee of the Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce. Each of our committees has a specific purpose and would not be possible without the help of our volunteers like you.
You can make the most out of your committee work by attending regularly, participating in activities and discussions, and making connections with other committee members.
Interested in any of these committee? Call our office for details!
AMBASSADORS COMMITTEE – Serves as an important communication link with current members and welcomes members and guests at Chamber events. To serve on this committee a company representative must be a member with the Chamber for one year or more. Committee members assist with new Chamber members’ first year of membership, welcoming attendees to events, ribbon cuttings and more. The committee meets the second Thursday of every month.
COMMUNICATIONS TASK FORCE – Works with the Chamber staff in developing and implementing strategies for enhancing the Chamber’s communications with its members and its visibility within the community. Meets quarterly.
FARM-CITY COMMITTEE – Plans and organizes the annual Farm Tour program, Farm-City Job Exchanges, Farm-City Banquet and school tours to promote greater appreciation for the importance of both the agricultural and business communities in the Lebanon Valley. The committee meets the fourth Tuesday of every month.
GOLF COMMITTEE – Plans, promotes and coordinates the Chamber’s annual Golf Outing. The committee meets the last Wednesday of each month from October – June.
MILITARY & VETERANS AFFAIRS COMMITTEE – Sponsors programs, including the annual Military Appreciation Breakfast, to expand awareness of the importance of Fort Indiantown Gap and the Lebanon VA Medical Center to the Lebanon Valley’s economy. The committee meets the first Thursday of every month.
PATRIOT DAY CONCERT COMMITTEE – Plans the annual Patriot Day Concert on September 11th. The committee meets as needed March-September.
PUBLIC POLICY COMMITTEE – This invitation only committee develops and recommends policy positions on state and federal issues and legislation that significantly impact the Chamber’s members and our area’s business community. The committee meets quarterly and more often as necessary.
WOMEN IN BUSINESS COMMITTEE – Plans and organizes programs to foster the growth and development of women entrepreneurs and professionals in the Lebanon Valley. The committee meets the third Wednesday of every month.
Lebanon Valley Young Professionals: (LVYP) is a committee of the Chamber designed to offer networking, professional development and volunteer opportunities to empower young professionals of the Lebanon Valley, ages 21 to 40. The committee plans, organizes and promotes yearly program for the LVYP Network. The committee meets as needed.
Leadership Lebanon Valley: is a program of the Chamber with the purpose is to broaden the base of effective future leadership within the Lebanon Valley community by cultivating the interest, knowledge and skills of potential leaders for them to contribute time and talents effectively in meeting the rapidly changing needs of our business community. This is an 11-month program that meets once a month January – November.
NON-PROFIT ROUNDTABLE – Offers member non-profit organizations a vehicle for identifying and discussing organizational issues and challenges and enhancing the non-profit sector’s visibility to the business community. The chair and Chamber President & CEO develop each month’s session. The roundtable meets third Tuesday of every month.
GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS ROUNDTABLE – Provides a forum for members to discuss and obtain updates from key local, state and federal officials on current issues of importance to our area’s business community. The roundtable sessions take place quarterly and through-out the year as needed.
BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE – Provides a forum for members to discuss various business issues and learn about business related hot topics. The roundtable is open to all Chamber members whether you are a small business, large business or home-based business. The chair and Chamber President & CEO develop each month’s presentation and bring in industry experts to present. The roundtable meets the fourth Friday of every month.