Events

View our Events Calendar here!

Business After Hours 2017

Business After Hours events create an environment for building your contact list and developing relationships with other business owners and attendees. It is also a great way to create awareness for your company! All Chamber members are welcome to join the networking party for door prizes, refreshments, and the Chamber Pot of Gold each month!

October 17th ACI Services
Nov. 21st Guernsey Co. Children’s Advocacy Ctr
December 12th Century National Bank

Please RSVP for Business After Hours by calling the Chamber Office at
(740) 439-6688 or email info@cambridgeohiochamber.com.
If you’d like to host a Business After Hours, contact the Chamber office for availability.

2017 Snazzy Awards

Congratulations to the 2017 Snazzy Award winners:

Muskingum University

The Village of Byesville

MWCD: Seneca Lake Park

Cambridge Care & Rehabilitation

Greystone Health & Rehabilitation

The Safety Group

Acute Nursing Care

Quality Inn

Carol Goff & Associates

Cambridge Bobcat Boosters Club

The Wilds

Cambridge Classic Ford

Drug-Free Workforce Community Initiative

The Working Partners Drug-Free Workforce Community Initiative Business Survey is a first of its kind state-wide survey on the impact of substance abuse on the workforce. The local Chambers of Commerce and stakeholder groups, in each of the 17 participating communities, will be leading the state and the nation in collecting data that supports the overall goal of the DFWCI of increasing Ohio’s employable, drug-free workforce.

Annual Dinner

Celebrate and recognize member businesses and reward outstanding
accomplishments. Held in February.

We will send out invitations to Chamber Members well in advance

Home, Garden, and Business Expo

Exhibitors showcase their businesses at this marquee Chamber event held in March each year

Bid Bash!

September 28, 2017

Pritchard Laughlin Civic Center

5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Gear up for fun event that includes Online & Mobile Bidding, games, A Taste of Guernsey, Kiss the Pig Contest, Lucky Draw, and our Live Auction.

A great opportunity to donate an item on behalf of your business to promote
your Chamber involvement and your business

Coffee & Commerce

The monthly Energy Coalition is now Coffee and Commerce! The new name allows us to provide a broad range of topics that impact our business members. We will continue to have presentations relating to the gas & oil industry as appropriate, but now we will deliver pertinent information and trends that touch a variety of issues in the business community. For example… have you wondered how the proposed legalization of medical marijuana will impact your business?

October meeting:

Is being replaced with a roundtable discussion with U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown on Friday, October 6th. Senator Brown will be here at the Chamber office (607 Wheeling Avenue, Cambridge) from 1:15 to 2:30 to speak with chamber members about issues of concern, and to provide updates on the U.S. Senate activities.

We have limited space, so please RSVP by Wednesday at 5:00.

 

Leadership Guernsey

ADULT LEADERSHIP – A learning program for emerging and potential leaders in Guernsey County. Its purpose is to improve participants’ leadership skills and provide examination of the workings of the community.

YOUTH LEADERSHIP – Designed for students who display a desire to develop leadership and team building skills, as well as community awareness. School administration selects 5 high school juniors from Cambridge, John Glenn, Meadowbrook and Buckeye Trail High Schools to participate in Youth Leadership Guernsey. This program is 100% funded by local business

Spirit of Community Award

Candidates for this award should be individuals of any age who perform random acts of kindness in the community that positively impact and inspire others, and improve the quality of life in the community. The scope and spirit of these acts are outside of normal business responsibilities and service organization responsibilities. They are exceptional and generous acts that go “above and beyond” normal expectations.

Spirit of Community Form