Business networking continues May 25 – Red Bluff Daily News

Business networking will continue on Thursday, May 25th at the Korn Kimball Plaza Clocktower. (contribution)

Good morning, Red Bluff!Business networking continues Thursday, May 25 at Red Bluff, Korn Kimball Plaza Clock Tower
Corner of Main and Walnut Streets, Red Bluff, 7:50am to 9:00am

We invite everyone to our special Good Morning, Red Bluff networking event on the last Thursday of every month.Networking, coffee and snacks start at 7:50am

I look forward to meeting you at this encouraging meeting. Join us for our “Good Morning, Red Bluff” networking event. Get inspired by what’s happening in our community. We will prepare special morning sweets. This is the most popular networking event in the prefecture. We would love to learn more about you and your business, so please come visit us. Invite your friends and colleagues to join us.

Wednesday Farmer’s Market

The downtown Summer Farmers Market starts on Wednesday, June 7th. Applications can be made online and at the Chamber of Commerce office.

Fresh local produce and great local vendors. The market is held Wednesday nights from 5pm to 8pm throughout the summer.

With produce, children’s activities, merchandise, special events, live music and more, it’s going to be a great summer. If you have any questions, please contact Jason at the Chamber of Commerce office at 530-527-6220.

The year-round Saturday Farmer’s Market continues to grow. Visit the ‘Market by the River’ every Saturday at River Park. The market is open from 8am to noon during the summer months.

i need a band

Spots are starting to fill. The Chamber of Commerce’s Wednesday Night Farmers Market is looking for bands to play from 5:30pm to 8pm. The Summer Concert Season begins June 7th and runs through August 30th. For questions or to register for the DRBBA Summer Concert Series hosted by Cornerstone, please click here. Community Bank, Chamber of Commerce Jason 530-527-6220 or email us.

Ambassador Corner

Hello, Tehama-gun! I would like to introduce you to Crystal Todd, who has been a Chamber Ambassador for almost seven years. She will replace the wonderful Taylor Collins in the position of Ambassador Chair of the Chamber of Commerce. Big shout out to Taylor for her constant dedication and dedication to the floor and giving Crystal such a big job.

Kristal is the Human Resources Manager for North Valley Services. She has lived there for 8 years and she loves it. She left Tehama County when she was 20 and returned when she was 30 to support her family here. She has four of her children involved in soccer, basketball and Red Bluff High School FFA. In addition to being an Ambassador of the Chamber of Commerce, she has also been a member of the Active 20-30 Club for about seven years. Thanksgiving morning she’s 5k she’s turkey she’s trot, beer she’s battle, multiple cornhole she’s tournaments and other local annual events. All proceeds go back to the kids in our community (shout out to Red Bluff Active 20-30!).

Anyone else left with a volunteer hangover after an 11-day roundup this week? Everyone did a great job this year. Whether it’s pouring drinks in a mixer, battling the sun at Cowboy Golf, selling drink tokens at a rodeo, building amazing floats for a parade, or flipping pancakes at Pancake Breakfast, volunteer to help. I would like to personally thank everyone who has contributed. , I am very grateful to all of you.

Considering all the fun events leading up to the Red Bluff Roundup, our favorite thing each year is watching the giant Stars and Stripes soar as “Proud to be American” plays. is. All around the rodeo, we all stand together to honor our flag, our veterans and our country. There’s nothing better than a few tears before an amazing two-and-a-half hour rodeo. A great district fair was also held.

If you would like to join the Chamber Ambassador program or would like more information, please email

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