The Chamber's building is at 54120
Hwy 245 in the Pinehurst area. This building has been owned by the Chamber for over 30 years, and has been
the site of many annual community events, such as the annual Mother's Day and Father's Day Breakfasts, Labor Day
Chili Cookoff and the Annual Christmas Boutique.
- Please check the Yellow
Pages to find listings for local businesses.
Chamber also rents out the building to community groups and for private events such as club meetings, worship services and
weddings. The fee is $75 per day and includes use of all facilities, kitchen,
playground, patio and deep-pit BBQ. (Members receive a discount.
More details and a printable rental contract is on this website under the "rental contract" page.
- If you are interested in renting the Chamber building, please contact Sharif Harris
559-336-9362 or email email@example.com
Family Movie Night (FREE!!)
Donations welcome. Soda, pizza and
popcorn for a nominal fee.
Tuesday June 17, 2014 at 7:00pm at the Chamber Building
Pizza at 6pm the movie "Princess Bride" will begin at 7pm
We would like to have these every other month if there is good response, for more information phone Julie 336-9985
The USPS is holding an informational meeting in the Chamber Building
7pm: July 10, 2014
Come and learn the new operations plan
the USPS has for the Chamber Area.
Chamber Board Meeting
Wednesday August 6, 2014 at 7:00 pm(Open meeting
come and see what is happening!)
The central Sierra Chamber of Commerce had its beginning April 20, 1946 when
a small group of citizens from Badger, Dunlap, Miramonte and Pinehurst met around a dining room table at the Miramonte Store.
Their stated aim and purpose was to create
an organization that would serve to unite the communities of the Central Sierra in a common purpose. They recognized that
minor differences and petty jealousies between communities served only to defeat the total well-being of the entire area.
In July of 1946, the by-laws were adopted,
the name, Central Sierra Chamber of Commerce chosen (read this entire narrative by Kaysia Barr on the
Local History Page of this site).