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Chamber Seeks New President
The Bedford Chamber Board of Directors announces a search is now underway to replace the Chamber’s current President, Jamie Medlock, who is leaving the organization July 10.
Limestone Heritage Festival Parade
Saturday, July 4th @ Noon
Theme: "Patriotic Salute to Lawrence County Heroes"
Grand Marshal: Lee Hutchinson
Entry forms now available at the Chamber Office or www.bedfordinparades.com
For more information contact the Chamber at 812-275-4493 or City Hall at 812-279-6555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsorships available & will be for both parades (4th of July & Bedford Christmas Parade)
*We can invoice and you can pay 1/2 now and the other 1/2 by October 15th.
Contact Lisa @ 812-275-4493 or email email@example.com
22nd Annual Chamber Golf Outing
@ Otis Park Golf Course
Friday, May 1st
Lunch @ 11am
Catered by Judah Catering
Shotgun start @ 12 noon
Cost: $60/player or $240/team of 4
Sponsorships are available
We are also accepting hole prize donations & player gift bag donations
For more information call @ 812-275-4493 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to download the 2015 Golf Registration Form (PDF)
Wednesday, May 20th, 2015
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
@ Bender Lumber Banquet Hall
Located at 3120 Brock Lane in Bedford
Click on Job Fair icon below to download (PDF)
Bedford was named the Indiana Chamber of Commerce’s 2013 Community of the Year.
“Bedford is a great place to live, work and prosper,” Jamie Medlock, president of the Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce said. "We have a friendly business environment and an ubelievable amount of cooperation from city and county government, to businesses and residents."
Kevin Brinegar, state chamber president, echoed that theme.
“The city of Bedford is a good example of how true teamwork can improve the quality of living and the business climate in a city of any size,” he said in prepared remarks before the event.
“For rural Indiana, this is very special,” Medlock said. “It is a high honor.”
Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann announced Bedford and Richmond as Indiana's 2013 Stellar Communities. The cities will now be able to access millions of dollars in funding sources to support their long-term strategic plans. Both communities submitted nearly $20 million proposals. Bedford's plan focuses on downtown development and work force training. Richmond's proposal centers on quality of life improvements including senior housing and improved bike trails and Wi-Fi access.