The community came together last week to celebrate our students. The Chamber partnered with The City of Richfield Police Department and the Joint Community Police Partnership, Richfield Public & Charter Schools, The Salvation Army, The MN Brain Injury Alliance and many more community wide organizations all geared towards supporting the students of Richfield. Over a 1,500 families attended the event. Students were given free school supplies and many other resources were provided to help them on their path to success.
We are still looking for businesses to fill out the Grow MN! partnership guide and email it to the Chamber office. This is a great way for us to track the growth of business in our community and help guider resources to areas that are needed. Please take a minute to fill out the attached/link form and send back to me. Thank you! View Form Here
Once completed, please email the form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Penn Fest is coming up on Sunday, September 15. From 1 to 5 pm, Penn Avenue in Richfield will be closed to traffic and open for fun. It’s a special day when the community gathers to explore the avenue and enjoy food, games, music, dance, sports and other activities held on the street. The event is open for all businesses and organizations to set up an exhibit booth. Now in its 8th year, the event historically draws 6,000 to 8,000 guests. It’s great exposure for any business. Access the registration form at http://www.penncentralofrichfield.com/ to get your business signed up today.
Richfield Rotary is also continuing it’s relaunch campaign and invites you to attend their next meeting on Thursday, August 22, 7:30 – 8:30 AM, at Local Roots Cafe. For more information, please contact Barb Devlin, email@example.com on how you can get involved.