Preserving our Past, Planning our Future and everything in between will be shared by Corona Mayor Jason Scott with the official State of the City Address during the Greater Corona Valley Chamber’s quarterly membership meeting. Mayor Scott will be the keynote speaker during the luncheon scheduled for Friday, March 15 at Crossroads Church [MAP].
“We are fortunate to have Mayor Scott share his passion and vision, he has lived in Corona since the 1960s and has seen the community develop into what we have today, from infrastructure to transportation,” said Kerry Pendergast, Chamber’s Chairman of the Board.
Parts of his presentation will be focused on transportation related issues, including the expansion of the 91-Freeway and Foothill Parkway. Kip Field, director of Public Works and Eliza Echevarria, Community Relations Manager will be on a panel discussing transportation.
Tickets to the chamber meeting are required. You can order online, or by calling 951-737-3350. The catered luncheon will be from 11:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.
The Chamber also has a full variety of events that day, including the 15th annual Business Expo and a Job Fair – booths can be secured by calling the Chamber at 951-737-3350.
The Business Expo is the premier showcase for the best of the Corona Valley. The Expo offers exceptional marketing and public relations opportunities for your business. When you promote your business at the Expo, you can make important business contacts and join other exhibitors in showcasing the best and brightest of region. This annual event typically draws many people and as always is open to the public and free to attend from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
At the Job Fair the Chamber will partner with Experience Unlimited and the City of Corona. Job seekers will be able to give their resumes to a variety of companies who are ready to hire from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
All events are located at Crossroads Christian Church 2331 Kellogg Avenue, Corona [MAP].