New Timmins Board Member!

“On Wednesday, September 6, The Chamber held their 74th Annual General Meeting lunch to highlight another year of success of supporting business.  

The event saw the swearing in of a diverse Board of Directors, which included youngest Chamber President in the Chamber’s history, Kraymr Grenke of MLG Consulting. Grenke was officially sworn in by MPP George Pirie as part of the day’s proceedings.  

Held at the Porcupine Dante Club, this year marked the 74th President’s Lunch and Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the membership, and attendees were lead through the ceremonies by emcee and Chamber First Vice-president Tom Faught Jr. of Faught Wealth Management. While the AGM provides Chamber supporters with the opportunity to approve recent members and pass motions on recent efforts undertaken by The Chamber, it also provides an opportunity for businesses and community partners to network.  

The event continued with messages of reflection from outgoing President Dan Ayotte who highlighted items of key importance during his tenure. “In my time as President, the initiatives that the Chamber for Good committee hosted our community were impactful. I am thankful to have worked with the board, volunteers, and businesses through a post-pandemic economy, which we all know hasn’t been easy. With the Chamber’s 75th “diamond” year ahead, I have confidence in Kraymr, the board of directors, and staff to ensure our business community will continue to shine under pressure.”   

As incoming President, Kramyr Grenke outlined his vision for the 2023-24 Chamber year and how he, along with the Board, will continue to support economic prosperity in Timmins. “With my years of governance and business experience in our community, I’ve cultivated the expertise needed to empower local businesses. With such a collaborative board of directors, I’m eager to continue to leverage our knowledge to champion growth within our entrepreneurial ecosystem,” Grenke stated. ”

*article from Timmins Chamber newsletter.

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