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Chamber Resource Guide

Established in 1947, the chamber’s mission has always been to enhance the economic, civic, and cultural growth of the area, improve the quality of life in the community, and act as the voice of business. Your Chamber of Commerce creates opportunities for businesses to find success!

Chamber Mission

The mission of the Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce is to enhance the economic, civic, and cultural growth of the area, to improve the quality of life in the community, and to act as the voice of business. It makes available to all members of the business community, firms, and individuals alike, the necessary vehicle through which to combine forces for executing the continuous, year-after-year program of work necessary for positive business development.

Member of the Week

The Community Bank

Happy first day of Spring!!! And congratulations to #MemberoftheWeek The Community Bank 🥳🎉
The Community Bank opened in Cambridge in 2015 and in New Concord in 2012. The Community Bank was originally called Crooksville Bank and opened in Crooksville in 1902. The Community Bank is now made up of 10 branches and 2 lending centers, all located in Ohio. The bank is privately owned by community members.
The Community Bank offers all the usual services you would look for in a bank:
💰Personal Checking and savings
💵 Personal loans
💰 Credit cards
💵 Mortgages
💰 CD’s
💵 Investments
💰 Business accounts and commercial loans
The Community Bank belives in giving back to the community, as they live and work in the same community as their customers.
In 2021, they gave $219,000 back to the community!! All the money stays local and they were able to support over 250 local organizations. But they don’t stop there – they are also involved in area organziations that they volunteer their time to:
❤ United Way
❤ Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce
❤ Kiwanis
❤ Guernsey Young Leaders
❤ 4-H Groups
❤ Guernsey County Fair
The Community Bank also has a program called Junior Board, for 11th and 12th graders. This is a way for high school students to get involved and learn about being on a board. To apply: they must write a 300 word essay.
At the Cambridge branch, Sharon George-Mortgage Specialist, Derrick Gingerich- VP Business Development Officer and Dennis Doutt-VP Community Bank Branch Manager, they believe the secret to the success of Community Bank is that they take care of their members and are constantly working to give back to the community.
Katie Ufholz, Assistant Office Manager of the New Concord Branch, agrees that their success is in how they genuinely care for the community that they live and work in ❤
Bank hours for Lobby and Drive -thru:
Monday – Thursday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Stop in either location:
Cambridge -902 Wheeling Avenue
New Concord – 199 W Main Street
Check out their website:
Thank you The Community Bank for being a valued member of the Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce!!

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Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce Awards Booth Distinguished Public Service Award

CAMBRIDGE, Ohio — The Distinguished Public Service Award is given by the Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce each year to an individual who demonstrates outstanding personal contributions by ways of active service, leadership and/or cause. This year’s award was presented at Thursday night’s Annual dinner to local historian Rick Booth.
Rick volunteers much of his time to the history of Guernsey County. He writes the scripts after extensive research and participates in the presentation of cemetery tours for Dickens Victorian Village and  Guides the trolley tours during the holiday season and tells visitors of our local history.


Pictured is Richard “Rick” Booth with Chamber of Commerce President Jennifer Vincent

He portrays Hershal Glenn at the John & Annie Glenn museum as a volunteer and was instrumental in putting together the John Glenn 100th birthday celebration getting the bronze statue of the local hero located in downtown Cambridge.

Rick presents history programs throughout the region at events and to many other service organizations and clubs and serves or has served on a number of boards.

Local history helps us to connect with our community and strengthen our sense of place and identity. Therefore, it is important to recognize the value of local history and to preserve  and share it for future generations and Rick Booth goes above and beyond to do both.


Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce honors Gombeda with 2023 Community Impact Award

CAMBRIDGE, Ohio — The Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce honored Ron Gombeda with its 2023 Community Impact Award Thursday evening

Ron has been instrumental in transforming the county in which he was born and raised. As the director of the CDC he has transformed the organization that has had a dramatic impact on the services it provides.


Pictured is Chamber of Commerce President Jennifer Vincent and Ron Gombeda
Under his leadership the CDC has renovated over 20 dilapidated homes and provided affordable housing to individuals and families who live and work in Guernsey County.
He has been very instrumental in many infrastructure projects throughout Guernsey County. Through a popular grant program, this individual and the staff of the CDC have been a catalyst for the revitalization efforts in downtown Byesville.
To date, he has written millions of dollars in grants and developed a veteran’s transportation program that provided free transportation to veterans who had medical appointments or errands and no means to get there.
The CDC provides food pantry assistance, fishing camps for kids, a veteran’s tree where community members purchase gifts for veterans in nursing homes at Christmas time to assistance with other projects. Log jam removal, hanging of the Main Street banners, manpower, installation of signs, ramps, flagpoles and more are just a brief highlight of all the services provided and expanded upon by the CDC thanks to this individual’s leadership. Humble, selfless and motivated by his love and passion for Guernsey County, Ron Gombeda has demonstrated his
outstanding contributions to better the community in which he lives and works.