As I said, the chambers provide scholarships for our students, financial support for various projects and strong leadership within our community. They also monitor legislation that is being contemplated in Sacramento and Washington and are quick to offer a point of view to our legislators that benefits the foothill community.
We’re fortunate that many of our businesses are truly "locally owned," so when you utilize them you’re helping the community overall.
For those businesses or residents that have never considered becoming a member in the Montrose-Verdugo City and Crescenta Valley Chambers of Commerce, make sure and visit page 27. Both these chambers prepare informational pieces every week for publication that spotlight new members and community events that are taking place.