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Welcome to the Fritch Chamber of Commerce

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Our Chamber meets on the second Wednesday of each month at the Fritch City Annex. We serve a different meal each month at noon so business people can come to the meeting on their lunch hour. Everyone is welcome. We accept new members at any time.

We have a banquet catered with members helping with deserts in March or April each year. This is to honor a deserving Man and Women who has made a difference in the community. At the time of the banquet we have a Silent Auction of various items. We also sell tickets for a chance to win $100.00 on a grocery gift card. We also have lots of cool door prizes to give away. In the evening we have different entertainment by various musicians and we announce the gift card winner. The banquet is always a fun filled event.

We work on memberships in June and in the July meeting we elect new officers. We are helpful to any business in need. We want to bless and keep all our business doors open. We are a small town with a big heart.

We have a garden with rental spots to plant fresh vegetables. This garden is a beautiful place to greet fellow citizens and enjoy the companionship of agriculture.

The Fritch chamber works closely with the city of Fritch in the preparation of our celebration called Howdy Neighbor Day. It is always on the first Saturday in October. The weather is not too hot but not too cold that time of year. We start our parade near the Post office with the flags of our country leading the way to the Fritch City Park. When you enter the park there are booths hosting games, food and lots of fellowship. We enjoy seeing our neighbors as we spend time listening to the entertainment. We have between 75 to 110 booths you can visit and shop. There is every kind of food from BBQ to turkey legs to whatever.

We close our year with Christmas in the Park. Santa rides into the park and we decorate our tree with the ornaments our children in Elementary school have made. The lights from our park shine with a holiday sprit that reflects through out our community. We serve cookies and coffee or hot chocolate to everyone. As the evening progresses we sing Christmas songs and hold drawings for turkeys and hams.

Our goal is to have close communications with our members. We like to let them know what is going on in our little town and to be there for them when needed.

Come to our town and see how friendly we are.

Vicki Wilson President