The High River Chamber of Commerce wants to tweak what it is they do and how they do it.

Chamber President Steven Muth says they are going to do some strategic planning over the coming weeks, because as he says the "Chamber's lost it's way a bit over the last few years."

"We've gotten away a little bit from the advocacy for the local businesses and the local community, and became more "event" driven. And so, there again, we're looking more internally to say OK, how do we get back to bring some of that lobbying for business and the community back into the forefront? Because that's where the strength of the Chamber group can be."

Muth says the planning sessions will get them back on track.


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