It was Vice-President Shelly Davis who called the March regular meeting to order for the Montpelier Chamber of Commerce. Jeanette Hull, the President of the Chamber’s board of directors, was unable to attend the session.
In his report to the board on village affairs, Kurt Roan informed them of the positive developments involving the weather. The warmer temperatures have allowed village employees to complete several projects that were previously put on hold due to inclement weather, such as coldness and snow. Roan also stated that the town’s sewage separation should be completed by the end of April.
During the student representatives portion of the meeting, members of the Montpelier High School student body announced that the institution’s prom would be taking place on May 9. The event will be held at the Ramada Inn located in Holiday City. Crazy Pins has been selected as the post prom destination this year.
Board members Jeanette Hull, Tashia Thompson, Jason Luke, and Susan Gearhart were chosen to represent the Chamber at the annual WEDCO meeting. Said gathering was to take place on March 26.
Pastor David Tilley gave the dates for several area bible schools to be held over the Summer. His own First Presbyterian Church will be joining together with St. John’s to hold classes in June. St. Pauls and United Methodist will be combining to offer classes in July. In August, House of Prayer and Church of Christ will come together to offer their classes as well.
The board adjourned the meeting without entering into Executive Session. Their next regular meeting will take place on April 10, at 8:00 A.M.
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