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Register Now for the June Chamber Luncheon

Our guest speak will be Ryan Tomasich from Boeing. He will be giving us a front seat look at what things are happening now and planned right over the horizon. Rob Morrow, Superintendent of the Tahoma School District will also be giving the group an update on the all the new changes happening in the District next school year! Catering is by Stockton's. We hope to see you there!
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A little bit Tacky and a whole lot of Wacky

Join us for the Chamber's annual Wacky and Wild Golf Challenge on Wednesday, July 19th! The name says it all: this isn't your run of the mill golf tournament. We invite you to don your wackiest and tackiest outfit and prepare for a round of whimsicality. There are different challenges on most holes. Everyone can play - so get a group together or let us know if you are a single player and we'll get you assigned to a team. It's always a Wacky and Wild time!
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Black Diamond Fun Map Now Available

The Chamber recently took on a project to produce a map of Black Diamond that could be shared with visitors and residents and highlights the fun activities, places and businesses that are in the area. Please take a moment to check it out!
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Register Now for the June Chamber Luncheon

Our guest speak will be Ryan Tomasich from Boeing. He will be giving us a front seat look at what things are happening now and planned right over the horizon. Rob Morrow, Superintendent of the Tahoma School District will also be giving the group an update on the all the new changes happening in the District next school year! Catering is by Stockton's. We hope to see you there!
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Sandy Sutton Wasmund Scholarships Awarded

On May 31, 2017 the Chamber of Commerce awarded five $1,000 scholarships to graduating Tahoma seniors during the annual Awards Ceremony. The recipients of these scholarships were: Alexis Dress-Moran, Andrew Mason, Ayalew Wolela, Riley Bontempo and Savannah Phelps-Chu. Thank you to our Scholarship sponsors All Service Plumbing and Junior Junction Day School as well as the many individuals and businesses that donated money during the "Raise the Paddle" at the annual President's Dinner & Auction in February. Without your support, we wouldn't be able to help kids fulfill their academic dreams! THANK YOU!
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Welcome Shark Byte Tech

Shark Byte Tech brings cost-effective technology support and planning with honest customer service
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SAVE THE DATE - FISHING DERBY

Time to get ready for the annual "Hooked on Fishing" event at Lake Wilderness. The fun starts on Friday, April 21st through Saturday, April 22nd. This year marks the 15th annual "Hooked On Fishing" Opening Day Trout Derby on Lake Wilderness. This is actually an event that spans generations of opening day enthusiasts. The Maple Valley Lion's Club originally sponsored the derby decades ago until 1994. In 2003 when the City of Maple Valley acquired the park from King County, a partnership was forged by the chamber, Maple Valley Rotary, and The City to bring the traditional opening day celebration back to Lake Wilderness. Where else can you go so close to home to camp out all night, enter a derby, and eat a ham and egg breakfast with all you can eat pancakes at midnight under the stars?
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Will An Increase in B&O Tax Hurt Your Business?

Governor Inslee's recent budget proposal includes a 1% B&O Tax increase for service-sector businesses. How will this affect your business? Read on if you are interested in speaking out to the Legislature about this proposed increase. The more they hear from YOU - the small business owner - the more impact it will have.
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The Latest on the Temporarty Injuntion of the DOL's Overtime Rule

A federal appeals court will review the temporary injunction blocking new overtime regulations on an expedited schedule that wraps things up even faster than the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) had requested. But it still won't reach a decision until after President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration, and that could mean the end of the overtime rule, according to some experts. The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals granted DOL's motion for expedited review December 8. The court scheduled most briefing deadlines as DOL had requested but slated final briefs for January 31, rather than the proposed February 7. (State of Nevada v. U.S. Department of Labor, No. 16-41606 (5th Cir. Dec. 8, 2016))
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