The High River Chamber of Commerce is going through a bit of a change.

They want to focus much more of their efforts on local business and local growth.

And as President Steven Muth says, it's important to maintain close ties with the Town.

"We definitely want to continue a relationship with the Town of High River, Administration and Council to make sure the Chamber can be a conduit for them to get information out to the community and the community can ask them for information. So, we'll probably have them involved as well."

Muth says they're still planning their fall line-up for their chamber luncheons and will know more once they've wrapped up their strategic planning sessions this Spring.


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