Your Evergreen Chamber

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Nancy Judge

Evergreen Chamber Mission

The mission of the Evergreen Chamber of Commerce is to grow our local economy by building business and relationships, promoting the community and representing local concerns with our county government. Located at The Stone House Business Center off Highway 74, 1524 Belford Court in Evergreen, the Chamber also serves as a visitor center, welcoming new residents and tourists to the area. Visit or call 303.674.3412 for more information.


Taste of Evergreen Rescheduled

Taste of Evergreen has been moved to Tuesday, October 5. It will still be hosted at the Evergreen Lake House with VIP open from 4:30–5:30 pm and general admission from 5:30–8 pm. Our restaurants have been in the tough position of having a lower number of staff but...

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“Summertime and the Livin’ Is Easy…”

Since the topic of where the elk are grazing is so common in the community, and in our office, we thought we would create an event around it to entice folks from down the hill up to see all kinds of elk! “Where are the Elk?” will partner local artists with local...

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We Live In A DreamTown

The most asked question the Evergreen Chamber of Commerce receives all year long is “Where are the elk?” While we receive some very interesting questions, this is by far the topic on the minds of both residents and visitors. I have heard that there is even a local...

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What Does Your Evergreen Chamber Do For You?

For over 50 years, the Evergreen Chamber has been a catalyst for growth for the business community. We help our members work together to create power partners, learn valuable marketing skills that enhance their operations, and provide a place where small business...

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The Power and Importance of Community

There have been three things swirling around in my head these past few days, and while all unrelated to each other, they all bring me back to the same thought: the community in which we choose to live plays a big role in both the day-to-day details as well as the big...

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Ready to Spread Your Wings?

I have heard more people discussing plans for getting out and about, taking road trips, and some even looking at travel—on an airplane no less! While we are all still adhering to the suggested protocols, with the vaccine roll out moving forward, there seems to be a...

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Moving Forward into 2021

Thanks to our title sponsors, PandoraJohn Properties and Tupper’s Team, we are getting ready to honor the nonprofits in our community by asking for everyone to vote on Nonprofit of the Year, Volunteer of the Year, Ambassador of the Year, Youth of the Year and Leader...

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Restaurants Safely Open to Inside Dining

It’s okay to admit it… takeout is not as good as dine-in. We continue to order takeout knowing we are “doing our part” to help our local restaurants survive. But there has been a major aspect of the dining experience that has been missing: community. As Rick Egloff of...

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Thank Your for Supporting Local Businesses

A huge thank you to our community for your support of local businesses and nonprofits this past year. It has been a difficult year for so many of our business owners, but this community has stepped up to ensure that our favorite shops, eateries and services are all...

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Being Thankful

I think our collective ability to “be thankful” has been tested to its limits in 2020. I have had family members and friends, like many of you, who have tested positive for COVID-19 over these past eight months, and while I worry about unknown long-term effects this...

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Warm and Welcome

As the seasons change and Mother Nature reminds us that the cold weather is around the corner, I think many of us welcome the change. We look forward to that favorite sweater or sweatshirt, pair of jeans, lighting the fire in the fireplace or just snuggling under a...

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