There is no question that the people of this community go over and above when it comes to giving back and making a difference. While we see those people around us every day, seldom do they get the recognition they deserve. The Greenwood Village Chamber of Commerce wants to change that!
The Doubletree Hotel DTC presents The Second Annual Greenwood Village Chamber of Commerce “Discover Your Own Backyard” Community Expo on Friday, May 7. We are now accepting nominations for this year’s Community Service Award Winner. We will be hosting a special awards breakfast to kick off this year’s event and we need your help.
Who do you know that is making a difference? Who is making the world a better place? Whether involved in volunteerism, community activity, service group, education, or just reached out to lend a helping hand, we want to know.
Visit www.GVChamber.com. On the home page you will see a link to our awards nominations page. Fill out the form online, download the form or call 303-290-9922 and one can be mailed, faxed or e-mailed.
All entries must be received by noon, Friday, April 1, to be eligible. We will commission a celebrity panel who will determine finalists and then between April 5 and May 1, you will be able to read each finalist’s nomination and we will open online voting and the community will select the winner. The winning nominee at the person who nominated them will be invited to the Community Expo Breakfast and honored at that time.
The Doubletree DTC Hotel, 7801 E Orchard Road, is located in the heart of Greenwood Village and has been an important part of our community for decades. Call the hotel at 303-779-6161.
South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce:
Corner Bakery opens on The Streets at SouthGlenn
SMDCC Ribbon Cutting for The Corner Bakery at The Streets of SouthGlenn
On March 1, close to 100 fellow Chamber Investors came to celebrate with the Cutter family in opening their fourth Corner Bakery Cafe in Colorado, this one at The Streets at SouthGlenn in Centennial. The crowd enjoyed networking and getting to know the new business while munching on deliciously fresh pastries and fruit and drinking coffee.
Chamber President and CEO John Brackney gave a rousing welcome to the new restaurant and owners and Centennial Mayor Cathy Noon stressed the importance of community and how Centennial is proud to have The Streets at SouthGlenn as its hub.
Joel Silverman of Joel Silverman Photography said, “Great place, a wonderful location and a first class operation. I look forward to many future visits.”
For more information, visit www.cornerbakerycafe.com.
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