Chamber offers prepaid lunches

ARLINGTON — Those who would like to prepay for their luncheons with the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce may now do so in six-month and one-year intervals.

ARLINGTON — Those who would like to prepay for their luncheons with the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce may now do so in six-month and one-year intervals.

If you would like to prepay for your luncheons for six months, the cost is $90.

If you would like to prepay your lunches for one year, the cost is $180.

You will still need to register online at www.arlington-smokeypointchamber.com, and check in at the registration table at the luncheons each month.

You can send your checks, letting the Chamber know how many months you would like to prepay for, with the names of your businesses.

You may also call the Chamber office and speak to Stacie Roark at 360-659-5453 if you wish to use your credit card. This offer is for Chamber members only.

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