FREDERICK COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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Frederick County businesses were recognized at the Annual Best Places to Work awards program at the Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center in Frederick on July 26, 2018. The Frederick County Best Places to Work campaign recognizes the county's most innovative, creative, and forward-thinking employers.
Frederick County Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Elizabeth Cromwell commented that employers and employees come together at this event to celebrate positive working environments and unlimited potential. "Our awardees often don't seek the type of recognition that this event offers. But by sharing the best practices these companies have developed to become standard bearers, we can show our pride in these organizations for creating the most compelling places to work in Frederick County."
The real power in membership in the Frederick County Chamber of Commerce is the collective voice of the Frederick County business community speaking unison on matters of policy that affect them.
The Public Policy Committee, a bi-partisan assembly of Chamber members with an interest in understanding and examining how government and the private sector interact, recently held a session with the incoming Mayor and Board of Alderman for the City of Frederick. The well-attended event was held at City Hall and treated attendees to a recap of the new administration’s first six months in office as well as some of the issues they plan to focus on and address during their time in office.
On May 16, 2018 Leadership Frederick County program alumni, content experts and program supporters from three decades came together at ThorpeWood in the Catoctin mountains for a memorable evening in celebration of the success and longevity of the program.
It’s a relatively rare occasion to have the entire eight-member Frederick County General Assembly gathered in one place to chat about their work, but that’s exactly what happened on Friday, May 4 at the Delaplaine Visual Arts Center at the Frederick County Chamber of Commerce’s 2018 Legislative Wrap -Up Breakfast.
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