The Chamber Chatter
Black Mountain Ski resort is having a Business After Hours event on Thursday, Dec. 13, sponsored by the River Valley Chamber of Commerce at their facility from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. A season’s pass to the resort will be given away that evening. If you have any questions concerning the event or anything else to do with Black Mountain, call 364-8977.
Hope Association is selling Christmas trees as a fundraiser starting Thursday. The fresh cut trees are arriving from Western Maine Nursery in Fryeburg. There will be a limited supply so get to the What Not Shop early. The What Not Shop’s hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Trees will also be on sale from the Hope Association at the Christmas in the Valley Craft Fair at Mountain Valley High School on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. All proceeds help support individuals with intellectual disabilities.
Marden’s of Rumford is receiving salvage from Hurricane Sandy on a daily basis. You can get huge savings just in time for Christmas. There will be fabulous deals on the items. I was asked to pass along greetings from all of those at your Rumford Marden’s.
Once again, the Relay For Life crews are providing a fabulous lunch menu for the Christmas in the Valley Craft Fair on Saturday at MVHS. For $7, the lunch includes turkey pie, stuffing, gravy, peas, cranberry sauce and a roll. Other choices are hot dogs, chili dogs, chili bowl all the drinks and for dessert, apple pie.