Clinton chamber talks about the future

What will Clinton be like in 2025? A large-scale visioning, planning and action process is underway for Clinton, and a community conversation about the island’s southern gateway will be hosted by the Clinton Chamber of Commerce next week.

  • Saturday, October 1, 2011 3:42pm
  • Business

What will Clinton be like in 2025?

A large-scale visioning, planning and action process is underway for Clinton, and a community conversation about the island’s southern gateway will be hosted by the Clinton Chamber of Commerce next week.

Jack Lynch and Sherryl Christie-Bierschenk, members of the Future Search Steering Committee, and Ursula Roosen-Runge, Future Search facilitator from Langley-based Strategic Learning Resources, will present details, answer questions and discuss public participation at the next chamber meeting on Oct. 6.

The chamber will meet at 5:30 p.m. at Anchor Books & Coffee.

The cost for dinner is $12 with selections from Whidbey Rice Catering and the general public is welcome; RSVP to info@discoverclintonwa.com.

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