The Emo Chamber of Commerce executive held its January meeting this week and is busily preparing a full slate of community events.
“We’re going to have an election for the position of secretary at next month’s meeting on Feb. 18,” Chamber president Colleen Vennechenko said.
Former secretary Paul Kyro resigned for personal reasons.
All the other members of the executive remain in place as they move into the second year of their term, including Vennechenko, David Goodman (first vice-president), and Sam Visser (treasurer).
Also discussed at the meeting was Spring Fever Days, which is slated to run April 18-20 this year.
Popular events from last year included the draw for Emo Bucks, minnow races, a pancake breakfast, a spaghetti supper, door prizes, Krafts Galore at the Legion, a children’s petting zoo, a children’s show, and face-painting.
Other events to be held in conjunction with the annual three-day event will be discussed at the Feb. 18 meeting
“We’ll be concentrating on the lineup of events for Spring Fever Days and the walleye tournament at the next meeting,” said Vennechenko.
“Spring Fever Days will definitely be bigger and better this year,” she remarked.