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Announcing the 2019 Honors Night Award Recipients

Following a tradition started in 1963, the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce will celebrate its annual Honors Night event on Thursday, April 25. Honors Night recognizes an outstanding individual, an exceptional young professional, exemplary corporate citizens, exceptional commitment to the community, and a striking architectural achievement.

Member Minute with Board & Brush

Board & Brush is one of Wichita's newest entertainment options that is already growing in popularity. Whether you're looking for a new option for Girls Night Out, a birthday party, Valentine's Day plans, or just time with friends, their team promises to deliver a rewarding DIY experience that results in a decorative piece you'll be proud to display in your home. Co-owners Tami McCue and Ginger Wilson are long-time friends and business partners, who also operate a mobile healthcare practice and a cupcake truck. Learn more about this female entrepreneurial duo and their latest, and most creative, venture.

Chelsea Dyer Joins Chamber Team as Manager of Engagement

We are pleased to announce that Chelsea Dyer has joined the Chamber team as Manager of Engagement, effective Jan. 28. Please help us welcome Chelsea to the team!

Sheryl Wohlford, Janelle King to be Recognized at 56th Annual Honors Night

Sheryl Wohlford, president and co-owner of Automation-Plus, Inc., has been announced as the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce’s 2019 Uncommon Citizen.Janelle King, owner of The Workroom, is the Chamber’s 2019 Exceptional Young Leader. They will be recognized at the 56th annual Honors Night celebration on Thursday, April 25.

Dundas ranks #7 in Chamber sales in 2018

Each year, the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE) releases a ranking of Chamber Membership Professionals in terms of sales, number of new members and retention of current members. We’re incredibly proud to share that Kresta Dundas, Director of Membership for your Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce, was ranked #7 in the nation in 2018 (moving up from #11 in 2017).

Member Minute with Hands Full Dog Training

For anyone who has recently (or even not-so-recently) added a four-legged member to their family, you don't want to miss this next Member Minute profile. As the only board-certified dog behavior consultant in the state, Kathrine Christ's (Owner of Hands Full Dog Training) passion and compassion for her clients is ever apparent. If your family is struggling with your pet dog's behavior or just need advice on how to introduce your pet to a new child, Kathrine and her team are here to help. 

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