While the executive and board were in attendance - not enough general business members of the DC and District Chamber of Commerce were on hand last Thursday for quorum for their official AGM.
It was another busy year for the Dawson Creek and District Chamber of Commerce.
While travel and more regional endeavors took up 2018, 2019 thus far has been spent with caribou issue front and centre.
“We must advocate for our own communities,” said executive director Kathleen Connolly.
Dale Rose with Sander, Rose, Bone, and Grindle spoke on the Chamber’s financial position and operations statements.
“The idea is to be consistent each year and provide services for the money brought in,” he said.
While seeing nearly $180,000 in revenues in 2018, the organization lost $12,500 as far as expenses over revenue. Rose said this could be attributed mostly to extra lease repayments.
“The Chamber had some extra money and put more towards their lease.”
For the end of the fiscal 2018, the organization sits with a net of $348,148. This can be mainly attributed to owning the Alaska Highway House.
Due to a lack of general membership at the meeting, both board and executive elections will be held at the DC golf course June 19 at noon. This will be a free event.
To register see dawsoncreekchamber.ca