CDA Chamber’s Annual Scholars Breakfast
The Kootenai Democrats are turning out for the CDA Chamber’s Annual Scholars Breakfast. The Scholars Breakfast honors top students from five area high schools. The breakfast, at the Best Western Plus Coeur d’Alene Inn, takes place on Tuesday, April 10. The two-hour meeting runs from 7 to 9 am. The Kootenai Democrats contributed $100 toward the student awards. We hope our members and supporters will attend the breakfast to show our support for these young scholars.
The event is also a terrific way to network with other members of the community. Moreover, it offers us the chance to present a positive Democrat presence to our city. To attend the breakfast, it is best to make a reservation. Please note that you cannot reserve breakfast tickets from the CDA chamber website. Therefore, you must call Brenda at 208-415-0110 or email her at email@example.com. Since a lot of people attend this breakfast,just leave a message with your RSVP info. Unfortunately, due to the numbers of people expected you will not receive a response. Just plan to pay for breakfast when you arrive. The cost is $17 with a reservation. Don’t worry if you forget to pre-register, you can still attend by paying $25 at the door.
However, if you plan to join us, wear your KC Dem blue and plan to mingle! Also, if you have questions, please contact Cathy Kraus.
The chamber’s Upbeat Breakfast is a monthly members meeting. It is popular for its promotion of community networking. Each monthly breakfast features a special program which is selected for the benefit of the members. The meeting also serves as an forum for members to present their products and services to the group. The breakfast costs $17 with a reservation. It includes breakfast and coffee.
About the CDA Chamber
The Coeur d’Alene Chamber of Commerce is an organizational network designed and managed to serve the interests of its membership. The members consist of local businesses, non-profits, and other local organizations. In fact, members can be anyone seeking the business-to-business marketing and growth opportunities the chamber offers. For example, the Kootenai County Democratic Central Committee is an active member. Ultimately, the chamber provides the environment and networking opportunities that serve to further the interests of its members. In addition, it works as an advocate on behalf of the business community. The Chamber of Commerce and its members are vital elements of our thriving local economy.