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As Our Nation Reflects Upon a Year Defined by the COVID-19 Pandemic,
MCC Looks Back on an Important Development for Police Chief Talley
In September of 2020, Maywood Police Chief Valdimir Talley (shown below) was installed as the 62nd President of WSCOP – West Suburban Chiefs of Police. Chief Talley is an MCC member, and the Chamber is pleased to acknowledge his installation.
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March is Women's History Month and the Maywood Chamber of Commerce is proud to salute women who are helping to build strong businesses, institutions and communities.
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The Maywood Chamber of Commerce salutes the wisdom, discipline, skills, leadership, and creativity of its female members. As an organization, we have benefits from the amazing accomplishments of women in our community and beyond. This year, despite the pandemic, our Chamber has forged a strong relationship with the Oak Park-River Forest Chamber of Commerce, and the Chamber in Berwyn, to promote outstanding women entrepreneurs in our respective communities.
We invite you to attend a stimulating conversation with two women who will discuss their strategies for achieving business success despite the Pandemic.
- Goal Setting: What is your vision for Q1 or Q2?
- Risks: What are you willing to risk?
- Network: How are you generating business?
- Evaluating: Are you evaluating your success?
Topic: Women in Business March Meeting
Time: Mar 19, 2021 12:00 PM US Central Time
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Don't Miss this Important Event
MCC is proud to support efforts to empower the residents of Maywood in making informed political decisions.
The Village Free Press, in partnership with several other Maywood organizations, will host a 2021 virtual Maywood Mayoral Candidates Forum on Sunday, March 14, 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The following organizations are participating in the planning of this forum:
- Maywood Chamber of Commerce
- Neighbors of Maywood Community Organization (NOMCO)
- Proviso Partners for Health (PP4H)
- Proviso Township Ministerial Alliance Network (PTMAN)
- Coalition for Spiritual and Public Leadership (CSPL)
- COVID Equity Response Collaborative: Loyola (CERCL)
The following are the forum’s moderators: