The Evergreen Park Chamber of Commerce closed out 2017 with a festive holiday party at Beverly Country Club on Dec. 13. Chamber members introduced a new group of officers and directors and presented Evergreen Park Mayor James Sexton with their Citizen of the Year award.
Guests also enjoyed a luncheon, a performance by the Evergreen Park High School Madrigals Choir, and a presentation of the school’s Snow Queen and Court.
New Chamber President Nicki Seidl spoke directly to members, encouraging them to do more in 2018 to strengthen the town’s economic base.
“Keep the Green in Evergreen is a mandate,” Seidl said. “We are responsible for sustaining economic prosperity in Evergreen Park. The foundation of that prosperity is a healthy, vibrant, diverse, and engaged community. It’s that important and it takes more than 13 members on a board of directors to accomplish.”
She challenged members to volunteer their time to help sustain economic prosperity in Evergreen Park through the Chamber of Commerce. “When someone asks, ‘What does the Chamber do for me?’ Say, ’Not as much as it can do with your active participation.’ And then invite them to get involved,” she said.
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