Chamber checkpoint: Chamber welcomes largest leadership class ever

By: Wendy Gerig
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Congratulations to the following people who have been selected to participate in our Leadership Roseville Program: Deborah Bedwell, retired; Phillip Chan-Koeller, Nebeker, Carlson & Haluck, LLP; Mike Clark, New York Life; Stephanie Dement, Brandman University; Eric Denio, Denio’s Farmers Market; Valerie Dow, TAVD Virtual Assistant DBA; William Ferguson, Gurnee & Daniels LLP; Suzanne Gazzaniga, Placer County DA; David Herrick, SureWest Communications; Julie Hirota, Roseville Arts-Blue Line; Joseph Horton, Caltrans ADA Infrastructure Program; Gabrielle Hydrick, John Adams Academy; Gregory Lammers, Waste Management; Sophia Ma-drigal, City of Roseville Police Department; Joseph McCaslin, Specialty Steel Service; Zach Mongston, Gold Country Media; Christopher Onstott, Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard; Mark Page, City of Roseville Fire Department; Steamer Pease, Laverty Chacon Inc; Kim Pellow, National University; Kelly Resendez, Paramount Equity; Hallie Romero, Hallie’s Hospitality; Michael Sinor, City of Roseville; Charles Sorensen, SureWest Communications; Gerry Stout, Truth Hardware; Daniel Wesp, Placer County DA; Patricia Wick, University of Phoenix and Isabella Zaia, City of Roseville. This marks our 16th year of conducting the Leadership Roseville Program and I am proud to say that we had a record number of applicants and will be starting with the largest class in the history of the program. Interested in county happenings? Curious as to how our county is weathering the “budget storm”? Then you might be interested in attending our chamber luncheon this Friday at Maidu Community Center when our featured speaker will be Placer County Executive Tom Miller. Reservations are required for the luncheon; visit our website at www.rosevillechamber. com to reserve a seat. Looking for new customers? Imagine showcasing your business to hundreds of families. Then participate in our upcoming Harvest Festival & Business Fair from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 9 at The Fountains at Roseville. This family-focused event is free and open to the public and will feature something for everyone — performances, nonprofit organizations, Roseville Police and Fire Departments, health and fitness and support from various businesses in the community showcasing their products and services and offering activities for children. Wendy Gerig is the CEO of the Roseville Chamber of Commerce.