Tuesday, October 30, 2012

JBCA Update

Greeting JBCA Members,
We'd like to share a few updates with you...

November Meeting
JBCA's November Meeting is Monday, November 5th at 5:30pm in the JBCA office (148 Main Street)

Scarecrows on Main Street
The scarecrows are up on Main Street and they are looking good! Have you seen them yet?

Christmas Delights
We want to invite ALL JBCA members to participate and/or offer ideas for Christmas Delights. If you are an off-Main-Street-Business but still would like to participate (...with a kids activity, entertainment, a giveaway, etc.) then please let us know! Contact the Christmas Delights Committee Chair, Gale Fairbrother 256-2556

No Heritage Day
We want to confirm that Amador Heritage Days is NO LONGER an event. It will not be happening this year despite what you have seen in print.

Customer Service Seminar
Registration is now available for a Customer Service Seminar, Tuesday, November 6th, 10 am to noon, Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort, Fire Room inside the hotel.
Let's all sharpen our customer skills for the holidays, so that sales exceed our expectations. I encourage you to bring employees and open a little later that day.
Cost: $10 per registrant.
Please preregister on-line; a minimum of 25 is needed to make this go.
Here is the link:
http://amadornov6-eorg.eventbrite.com
Amador Council of Tourism will sponsor partial scholarships, with written request to this office. Send written requests to: info@touramador.com.
Boxed lunch is available to go, or to eat there and continue networking.
On the Go Boxed Lunch
Box lunches are $14.50 each. Box lunches will include necessary condiments and utensils. Served with Seasonal Marinated Salad, Kettle Chips, Otis Spunkmeyer Cookie, Whole Fruit & Bottled Water. Choose one sandwich type from the following:
-Turkey, Bacon, & Monterey Jack on Whole Wheat
-Classic Tuna Salad On Honey White
Reservations for boxed lunch must be made by Monday, October 29th by phoning, 209-267-9249, or emailing, info@touramador.com.
Sponsored by Amador Council of Tourism, Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort, and NEC Small Business Development Corporation present a Customer Service Seminar.
Please do not hesitate to call us at 209-267-9249 with any questions.
Can't wait to see you there! Maureen (Amador Council of Tourism)

Measure Q Final Push
We are in the final days leading up to the election and, we hope, a successful completion of our Measure Q campaign. Thanks to all of you, we have signs placed throughout the county, fliers distributed in the densely-populated neighborhoods of Amador County, and a postcard arriving in mailboxes next week and the week after.
Wednesday, October 24th, and Wednesday, October 31st, in the Meadow Room in Sutter Amador Hospital. Meadow Room is Located in the Outpatient Services Building, which is on your left as you enter the main hospital driveway.
The last date, Thursday Nov. 1st, we will be in the Oakview Conference Room, which is in the main hospital building on the second floor.  Enter the main building, take the elevator up to second floor, go straight and then make a right. Oakview Room is near the end of the building on your left.
Contact informaion remains the same. Please contact Diane at Amador County Chamber of Commerce at 209-223-0350 to let them know which date(s) you are available.
Thanks for your help with this, Maureen (Amador Council of Tourism)

Jeannette McDonald
Membership Chairperson
Jackson Business & Community Association
Jeannette (209) 223-1558
J.B.C.A. Office (209) 223-1263
www.JacksonBCA.com


Monday, October 29, 2012

Jackson Rancheria Celebrates Grand Opening of All New Casino Resort

JACKSON, CA – The all-New Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort is celebrating completion of five years of renovations with a $2,000,000 Catch Your Dreams Grand Opening.  The expansion and remodel cost over $80 million and includes an entirely remodeled 35,000 square foot gaming area, new Poker Room, High Limit Room and Gift Shop, soaring eagle water feature, new main entrance with improved access to the Casino floor, and a completely refurbished Hotel.



“We are thrilled to celebrate the Grand Opening of the All-New Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort,” said CEO Rich Hoffman. “It has certainly been a much anticipated process and we appreciate the patience of our loyal guests and employees. Jackson Rancheria has grown tremendously over the years and our most recent renovations reflect that growth.”  The $2,000,000 Catch Your Dreams Grand Opening Celebration continues throughout November and December with multiple promotions and events.

$2,000,000 Catch Your Dreams Grand Opening Celebration Friday, Nov. 2 
Decorations and live entertainment throughout the Casino Free commemorative chocolate coins given out at the new entrance 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 3
WAR will perform their greatest hits at 7 p.m. in the Grand Oak Ballroom at the Hotel (tickets available online at www.jacksoncasino.com) $5,000 After the WAR Concert Drawing in the casino 9:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Nov. 2 – Nov. 4
Big Wheel of Grand Opening Prizes – Every Dreamcatcher’s Club® member gets one Free Swipe & Win Game between 10 a.m. and10 p.m. and every swipe is a winner

Nov. 2 – Nov. 30
Grand Opening Cash & Cars Giveaway – Every Friday in November, from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., players can win five brand new cars and a whole lot of cash and free play.

Nov. 18 – Dec. 23
Players can Win a House, on the House just by playing with their Dreamcatcher’s Club ® card between Nov. 18 and Dec. 23.

Drawings every Sunday 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. for Free Slot Play and an entry in the House drawing. The drawing for the house, valued at $200,000, will be held on Dec. 30. Each entry has a one in 1,800 chance to winning the house.

Jackson Rancheria’s All New Dining Venues:

Lone Wolf Restaurant & Lounge – Located upstairs in the casino, Lone Wolf Restaurant & Lounge features luxury and comfort combined with approachable entrees focused on local quality ingredients and precise execution. The lounge offers fine liqueurs and spirits, a great variety of California wines and an extensive lounge menu.

Rancheria Buffet – This expansive buffet seats 300 and features seven mouth-watering stations, including six live action cooking stations where you can watch your meal being prepared.

Margaret’s Café & Bakery –A casual dining experience, the menu within Margaret’s Café features Breakfast, Burgers, Salads and other favorites, all available 24 hours a day. The Bakery menu includes Cakes, Pies, Danishes, other favorites.

Pacific Grill – Pacific Grill is a combination of two venues – the Asian Grill and the California Grill. It features the combination of cultures from both sides of the Pacific Ocean in a quick serve setting with a shared seating area.

JoBo’s Junction – A great place to meet friends and enjoy your favorite coffee drink or a cool ice cream treat.

Jackson Rancheria Gaming:
Casino:
Over 200,000 square feet, including 35,000 square feet added in expansion
1,600 slot machines with denominations from 1¢ to $100
42 table games including Blackjack, Four-Card Poker, Pai Gow, Three-Card Poker, Ultimate Texas Hold ‘Em, Mini Baccarat, Card Crap, and Roulette.
24 Hour Poker Room with 10 tables of live action, tableside food and beverage service , low limit to no limit games, frequent promotions

High Limit Room:
Dozens of slot machines, including both Reels and Video Poker and Keno, in denominations from 25¢ to $100
Eight tables of Blackjack, Pai Gow and Baccarat
Exclusive Cage with Cashiers who can assist with casino credit and all monetary services.
Private restrooms, ATM, bill changer, and ticket redemption machine
Screens for watching sports and newsComplete handicap accessibility throughout
Exclusive dining area for Elite players with complimentary snacks and light meals every day from 8 a.m. to 2 a.m.

Jackson Rancheria Hotel:

The newly-renovated, AAA 3 Diamond, 3 Star Hotel offers 86 Deluxe Rooms and Suites and is conveniently located next to the Casino and seven-story parking structure.

Visit JacksonCasino.com for details on all the amenities, promotions, entertainment, dining and lodging opportunities. Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort is located at 12222 New York Ranch Road, Jackson, CA 95642. 800-822-WINN (9466), JacksonCasino.com.

Located in the Sierra foothills town of Jackson, CA, Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort is owned by the Jackson Rancheria Band of Miwuk Indians, a federally recognized Indian tribe. A sovereign government, the Rancheria is dedicated to developing projects that not only enhance the tribe’s ability to remain self-reliant, but also reflect a commitment to be a good neighbor.

From the Chamber: Phone Bank Measure Q - Tues Oct 30

Thanks to the Measure Q TOT Committee Members and guests who staffed our first TOT Phone Bank Calling Session last night from 6:30 to 8:30 pm @ Sutter Amador Hospital. We had seven volunteers @ the phone bank outreaching to registered voters throughout Amador County. We were able to call around 500 registered voters to give them the Measure Q Story.  We were pleased not only with the warm reception we received from most of those that we talked to about Measure Q but that the majority were not upset that we were calling during a surprising Giants battering of The Tigers.  More info on this first night's voter calling activity to follow shortly. 

PLEASE NOTE : Our next Phone Bank date has been changed from Wednesday Oct. 31st to Tuesday October 30th ( from 6:30 to 8:30 pm ). We don't want to call on October 31st due to Halloween evening but also conflict with Giants game again.

The Tuesday October 30th Phone Bank location will be at The Amador Chamber of Commerce Office , 115 Main St, Jackson. Street Parking Avail . It would really help us reach a much larger Voter Audience if we had 15 to 20 volunteers making these important voter calls. PLEASE ADVISE IF you can volunteer for this activity. It would really help the campaign . Please use this e-mail to volunteer. Thanks.

Amador County Women's Network (ACWN) - Wed Nov 28

The Amador County Women's Network (ACWN) will hold its monthly luncheon meeting Wednesday, November  28th, at Thomi's in Jackson.

The November program will feature a Trade Show and 'Extreme Networking' event. Many of our ACWN members will showcase their business and products.  Great opportunity for a little Christmas shopping!  Open to the public!  We make it fun to learn about local women in business.

The meeting will run from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., there will be plenty of time following the meeting to visit our members and look over their offerings. Luncheon cost is $16.  Reservations are required Friday before the meeting.

Contact: Sue Allred at 296-5989 or sueallred@volcano.net.  Join other local business women as they learn, network and promote their businesses.  For more information on ACWN, visit www.acwnonline.org.

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

From the Amador Tourism Council: Sac Mag opportunity

I am forwarding a link to you(below), regarding an excellent advertising opportunity for December issue of Sacramento Magazine. The issue will be on the stands November 15th and will provide an excellent boost for holiday shopping and holiday events here in Amador. Additionally the issue has editorial about Amador County, helping to reinforce the message. Please contact Dennis Rainey of Sacramento Magazine, cc'ed above, if you are interested in participating.
Thanks for your consideration,
Maureen
https://www.swiftpageemail.com/speasapage.aspx?X=2Q0XQ2O9I4T0UTFM00YCWU

Customer Service Seminar - Tues Nov 6

Hello, everyone-
Registration is now available for a Customer Service Seminar, Tuesday, November 6th, 10 am to noon, Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort, Fire Room inside the hotel.
Let's all sharpen our customer skills for the holidays, so that sales exceed our expectations. I encourage you to bring employees and open a little later that day.
Cost: $10 per registrant.

Please preregister on-line; a minimum of 25 is needed to make this go.
Here is the link:
http://amadornov6-eorg.eventbrite.com
Amador Council of Tourism will sponsor partial scholarships, with written request to this office. Send written requests to: info@touramador.com.
Boxed lunch is available to go, or to eat there and continue networking.
On the Go Boxed Lunch
Box lunches are $14.50 each. Box lunches will include necessary condiments and utensils. Served with Seasonal Marinated Salad, Kettle Chips, Otis Spunkmeyer Cookie, Whole Fruit & Bottled Water. Choose one sandwich type from the following:
  • Turkey, Bacon, & Monterey Jack on Whole Wheat
  • Classic Tuna Salad On Honey White
Reservations for boxed lunch must be made by Monday, October 29th by phoning, 209-267-9249, or emailing, info@touramador.com.
Sponsored by Amador Council of Tourism, Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort, and NEC Small Business Development Corporation present a Customer Service Seminar.
Please do not hesitate to call us at 209-267-9249 with any questions.
Can't wait to see you there!

Maureen
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Amador Council of Tourism
115 Valley View Way : PO Box 40
Sutter Creek, CA 95685
W: (209) 267-9249
C: (209) 969-5065
www.touramador.com

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Chamber eBlast - Measure Q Help Needed Oct 24 & 31

We are in the final days leading up to the election and, we hope, a successful completion of our Measure Q campaign.

I made a request last week for telephone call help.  Well we had a date change and I have the rooms at the hospital we will be working from.

The correct dates are: Wednesday, October 24th, and Wednesday, October 31st, in the Meadow Room in Sutter Amador Hospital. Meadow Room is located in the Outpatient Services Building, which is on your left as you enter the main hospital driveway.

The last date, Thursday Nov. 1st, we will be in the Oakview Conference Room, which is in the main hospital building on the second floor.  Enter the main building, take the elevator up to second floor, go straight and then make a right. Oakview Room is near the end of the building on your left.
A script will be provided to you.  Bring your cell phone with you.  We will have bottled water and some snacks, so you can keep your strength and voice up.

Contact information remains the same. Please contact Diane at Amador County Chamber of Commerce at 209-223-0350 to let them know which date(s) you are available.

Please call...we need your help...thank you!
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Mark Borchin, President
Amador County Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 596
115 Main Street, Jackson, CA 95689
(209) 223-0350

ACWN Membership Deal - Only $35!

Hi ladies!

We the 2012 ACWN board want to thank you all for a TERRIFIC year and we have all enjoyed our term as your "leaders".  We wanted to offer you all a great big Thank you for being such a fantastic networking group! We want to offer everyone $5.00 off of your Yearly Membership Dues  between now and December 15th! That's right yearly dues will be just $35.00 rather than the $40.00 it is normally!

No need for any action right now other than letting me know you are interested! I will work one on one with everyone to get your renewal/membership in and make sure all info is correct and ready to go for our Directory next year!

Have a great night and see you all on Wednesday at Cooper Winery!

Friday, October 19, 2012

TSPN INTERVIEW: Jim Gullett, Jim Gullett, Chairman, "Yes on Measure Q" Committee.

Tom Slivick talks with Jim Gullett, Chairman of the Yes on Measure Q Committee.
http://tspntv.com/home/item/19572-tspn-tv-news-in-depth-jim-gullett-10-19-12

Tom Slivick talks with Jim Gullett about what benefits Measure Q could bring to Amador County if the measure passes in the November election.
http://tspntv.com/home/item/19571-tspn-tv-news-in-depth-benefits-of-measure-q-10-19-12

Editorial Blog: "My iPhone Works Now"

Click on the link below to view editorial:

www.amadoreditorial.blogspot.com

Via Citizen Report: Poor Man's Bronze

"Just sending out an FYI that Duane is in Mexico as we speak picking up another load of goodies. Wall art (Suns & Moons) Tin critters and Rock animals. He should be back by Tuesday. If there are any questions please let me know.

Thanks again to everyone who has stopped in, called or emailed."


Thank you,

John P. Kern
(209)257-1400
www.poormansbronze.com
824 North St.Hwy 49/88
Jackson Ca, 95642

Monday, October 8, 2012

Amador County Women's Network (ACWN) - Wed Oct 24

The Amador County Women's Network (ACWN) will hold its monthly luncheon meeting Wednesday, October 24, at Cooper Winery in Plymouth.  In addition to the fun and ambience of Cooper Winery the October program will feature Jeanne Deaver of Amador Flower Farm as speaker. We make it fun to learn about local women in business.  The meeting will run from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Luncheon cost is $16.  Reservations are required Friday before the meeting.  Contact: Sue Allred at 296-5989 or sueallred@volcano.net.  Join other local business women as they learn, network and promote their businesses.  For more information on ACWN, visit www.acwnonline.org.

Friday, October 5, 2012

Amador Council of Tourism: Agenda & Measure Q campaign - Thurs Oct 11

Hello, everyone-
I hope you are welcoming the cooler weather and enjoying our wonderful calendar of fall events.

Attached [below] are the agenda and Measure Q campaign time line. Our board meeting is scheduled for Thursday, October 11th, 9 am, in the hotel at Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort. We will meet in the Fire/Rain room.  I will forward August minutes as soon as I possibly can.

Please note that breakfast is provided and we ask that you arrive early, about 8:45, so that we can start our meeting promptly at 9 am.

We will be passing the hat for Measure Q and appreciate any investments (as Pat Crosby says) that you make. We are distributing fliers door-to-door beginning Monday the 8th in the evening. Please review the attached schedule and let me know when and where you can help. Remember ACT?s name is on this measure and its success can make a big difference in our efforts of marketing Amador County.

Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or suggestions.

Thanks for your support,
Maureen
Amador Council of Tourism
115 Valley View Way : PO Box 40
Sutter Creek, CA 95685
W: (209) 267-9249
C: (209) 969-5065
www.touramador.com

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ACT Agenda
Jackson Rancheria Casino & Resort
October 11, 2012; 9:00 am

Minutes, August meeting (September was an evening meeting)
Treasurers Report: budget committee report
$20,000 from County; $2,000 from Plymouth
Executive Board report on meeting with Chamber Exec Board

Projects:
Raffle tickets
Measure Q County TOT increase from 6% to 10%, November ballot
Customer Service Seminar, Nov. 6th, Tuesday, 10 am

Marketing Plan 2012
Website redesign
New planner, late 2012

Travel Shows/Industry Shows:
KVIE Preview Art Gala report
JRCR Wellness Fair report

Visitor Center Report
Sutter Hill Transit Center Open House, November 1 , need 2 board members to attend
ACT Volunteer manual

January: 136, 32 for transit; Feb.: 143, 38 for transit; Mar.: 187, 33 for transit;
Apr.: 246, 35 for transit; May: 249, 44 for transit; June 268, 29 for transit;
July 317, 43 for transit; Aug.: 234, 44 for transit; Sep.:152, 23 for transit.
Closed: 2 days in April, 1 day in May, 4 days in Jun., 3 days in July, 5 days in Aug., 5 in Sep.

2012 Schedule:
9 am meetings: Nov. 8

Evening meetings, 5:30 pm
Dec. 13, Imperial Hotel, Amador City

For more information about events, visit touramador.com or
Facebook/Amador Council of Tourism

To list your events, send info to: info@touramador.com

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CAMPAIGN TIMELINE AND CRITICAL OBJECTIVES

October
Ongoing
Fundraising update
Endorsements(local business people, city council members, non-profit leaders, etc.)
Line up Volunteers for walking
Line up Volunteers for phones
October 1, Monday: group photo, time and location
Photos of key supporters:
Tracey Berkner, done
Anne Platt
Sharon Lungren
Dick Cooper/Chris Chinco
Through Oct 8        
Deploy lawn signs
Ione:  15
Sutter Creek: 10
Jackson: 15
Martell:  3
Pioneer: 3
Shenandoah: 6
River Pines: 2
Fiddletown: 2
49 Corridor, Electra to 16: 6
Highway 88 corridor Martell up 10
Highway 88 corridor Martell down 10
Camanche: 3
That accounts for 85 of the 100.
Placement of large signs:
Highway 88 and 104
Amador Ranch, across from Preston
Wine Tree Farm, 49 bypass, near Amador City end
Oct. 8-13: Volunteers begin phoning voters with persuasive messaging to identify endorsements, “yes” voters, and lawn sign locations
Oct. 8-17: Volunteers drop door hangers
Oct. 8th, Monday, 5-7 pm, Jackson, Meet in Busi Parking Lot
            Oct. 9th, Tuesday, 5-7 pm, Jackson, Meet in Busi Parking Lot
Oct. 10th, Wednesday, 10 am-noon, Volcano, Volcano Union Inn
Oct. 11th, Thursday, 5-7 pm, Ione, Meet at Clark’s Corner
            Oct. 12th, Friday, 10 am to noon, Amador City, City Parking lot across from Andrae’s
            Oct. 15th, Monday, 5-7 pm, Ione, Meet at Clark’s Corner
Oct. 16th, Tuesday, 5-7pm, Sutter Creek, City parking behind City Hall
Oct. 17th, Wednesday, 10 am-noon, Ione, Meet at Clark’s Corner
Oct. 17th, Wednesday, 5-7 pm, Sutter Creek, City parking behind City Hall




October 8-18
Mayors press release and photo
Ads placed for publication starting October 15th
Ledger-Dispatch, KVGC1340AM, TSPN, online Amador County News
October 12
            Print postcard
October 15-November 2nd
Place letters to editor and Op Ed pieces by our best supporters
Ads publish
Oct. 23: Direct mailer arrives to Absentee Voters

November 1st-5th
Get Out the Vote: Volunteers call all previously identified “yes” voters to remind them to get out and vote on Tuesday, Nov. 6

Services Provided by Consultant
Provide campaign strategy and overall management
Message development for all communications
Manage strategic outreach for the coalition building
Write quotes to be approved by supporters in campaign communications
Mail Piece: overseeing the development, writing, and creation
Door hanger or printed material: developing the dopy and printing
Review newspaper ads
Guidance for volunteer outreach and writing the phoning script to be used to contact voters
Draft limited number of letters to the editor
Review any Op Eds and speeches for message consistency
Create endorsement card








Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Amador Council of Tourism - Measure Q

Hello, nonprofit destinations and events of Amador County...

On the November ballot, ACT is sponsoring Measure Q. I am asking for each of you to endorse the measure (please see attached endorsement card). You can respond positively to me by email and I will use your email as the endorsement. We want a list of the nonprofit organizations on our advertising to show broad-based support.

Also we need help passing out doorhangers in the densely populated areas, starting next week and into the following week. You don’t have to talk to anyone, just drop off the card. And we are doing it in two-hour increments. Any amount of time will be greatly appreciated. Please call the office, 267-9249, to let us know if you are willing to help or email me.

Measure Q increases the tourist occupancy tax on hotels and motels in the unincorporated areas of the county from 6% to 10%. Please read the attached [below] talking points for details.

Many thanks for your help and support,

Maureen Funk
Amador Council of Tourism
Sutter Hill Transit Center, 115 Valley View Way
Mail: PO Box 40
Sutter Creek CA 95685
office: 209-267-9249
cell: 209-969-5065

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TOT Talking Points
• Measure Q will boost our local economy, support local jobs, attract new tourism so we can keep Amador county working
• Q levels the playing field for Amador County by increasing fees for visiting tourists by 4% so that Amador collects the same amount as other tourist destinations in Northern California and invests in attracting new business and tourism, just like other tourist destinations.
• Under Measure Q, Amador County will work to attract new business and jobs…without costing local residents a penny.
• Measure Q is an investment in making our downtowns as vibrant and active as they can be…and that’s good for all local families.
• For every one dollar of local tourism spending, it generates $5 in greater local economic benefit.
• When we have thriving downtowns and a stronger local economy, that means less crime and a safer community for all of us, including our kids and seniors.
• Our economy here in the Gold Country has been hit hard by the recession. This is one way that we can fight back and get more tourism spending here in our community.
• Measure Q supports our way of life here in the foothills.
• Q is for improving our Quality of life. It’s the right kind of investment that will reinvigorate our economy and keep Amador competitive with other tourist destinations in Northern California.



Monday, October 1, 2012

Business Person Of The Year - Fri Nov 2

Amador Chamber of Commerce Support Measure Q

This measure will help Amador County create new tourism that will support local jobs - at no cost to local residents. 

California State Legislature has enacted California Revenue and Tax Code Section 7280, which authorizes the County to levy a transient (tourists) occupancy tax (TOT), commonly known as a "hotel tax" and sets forth the parameters and exemptions regarding hotel taxes.

Amador County Code Section 3.16.030 currently establishes a six per cent (6%) tax for the privilege of occupancy in any hotel by a transient (tourist) within the County. The cities of Jackson, Sutter Creek and Ione are currently collecting a ten percent (10%) hotel tax.  The Board of Supervisors of Amador County desires to submit to the voters of the County a measure to increase the hotel tax to ten percent (10%) within the County to be consistent with the hotel tax imposed by the cities of Jackson, Sutter Creek and Ione.
We need your help.  Attached is an endorsement card. Please sign and return to the Chamber ASAP (PO Box 596, Jackson, CA  95642).  We also need walkers in each town to drop off Measure Q information, starting October 8th through the 13th.  We don't need to talk to anyone, just drop the information.  We will be doing this work in two-hour shifts, and we are looking for volunteers (call the Chamber office (209) 223-0350).

Mark Borchin, President
Amador County Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 596
115 Main Street, Jackson, CA 95689
(209) 223-0350