The Lewis Clark Valley Chamber of Commerce believes in maintaining a strong image and reputation for all of our divisions among our stakeholders - our members, our communities, our elected officials, and our partners. Our benefits and services will only be as good as our current and prospective members perceive them. For this reason, we will incorporate our values into messages and actions that we sincerely believe in. We will adhere to these values as means to establish trust as we grow business and grow communities within our region.
The mission of the Lewis Clark Valley Chamber of Commerce is to serve, lead and be the voice of our members.
Creating a united community, vibrant business environment and quality way of life in the Lewis Clark Valley.
First Vice Chair
Waddell & Reed
Board of Directors
Lynnette Breeden, CCI-Speer
Colby Witters, Avista Utilities
Denise White, LCCU
D'Lynn Ottmar, Tri-State Memorial Hospital
Bryan Ricker, Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories
Meghan Jeffreys, Secure Choice Lending
Michelle Ralston, Advantage Advertising
Nick Woods, Individual Member
Nigele Williamson, Red Wolf Golf Club
Randi Kilcup, Inland Cellular
Scott Charney, Clearwater Paper Corporation
Jeni Akerblade, Vybrance MedAesthetics
Chantelle Souther, Nez Perce Tribe
Kammy Cox, Heartland Payment Systems
Kim Petrie, Port of Lewiston
Kyle Baker, Best Western RiverTree Inn
Lisa Callahan, Idaho Central Credit Union
Sam Earle, Twin River Bank
Sam Tiede, Umpqua Bank
Amanda Stinson, CCI-Speer
Jenny George, Asotin Co. PTBA
Mariah Miller, ICCU
Nikki Johnston, Inland Cellular
Rachel Chmelik, Century 21 Price Right
Robert Shepherd, Coldwell Banker Tomlinson
Nicole Poxleitner, Inland Cellular
Realizing the positive impact agriculture has on our economy, the committee annually recognizes the producers of the region at a banquet, and awards $1250, $750 and $500 scholarships to area high school seniors that will be seeking higher education. The committee addresses issues which impact our local agriculture providers in both the rural and urban areas, and conducts an annual tour, called Chef, Hop & Vine. The committee meets monthly at noon at a member restaurant.