Chamber seeks paid Executive Director

The Pemberton & District Chamber of Commerce is seeking a Paid Executive Director. The Executive Director reports to the PDCC Board of Directors and is tasked with managing daily operations and helping the Chamber of Commerce focus on supporting its members, nurturing economic vitality in the area, advocacy, policy development, and revenue generating opportunities. Closing … Continue reading Chamber seeks paid Executive Director

Is Pemberton a bike commuter town?Provide input (and enjoy a film) tonight at the Library as the Village hosts “Pedal Pemberton”

The Village of Pemberton needs your input on improving commuter cycling in Pemberton. Your input will shape the final Cycling Network Plan, a Plan that establishes a long-term vision for cycling in the Village, including identifying the bicycle network and focusing on maintenance, end-of-trip facilities, education and awareness. The Plan will also enable the Village … Continue reading Is Pemberton a bike commuter town?Provide input (and enjoy a film) tonight at the Library as the Village hosts “Pedal Pemberton”

Letting go: 3 things Cindy Coughlin learned when burning her old diaries

Cindy Coughlin, local HR expert and founder of Thirsting for Change coaching, shared this post recently on her blog and gave us permission to reprint it here. I read it because I appreciate Cindy's growth mindset and honesty so much, in her writing, and because burning one's journals, to me, is a kind of sacrilege. … Continue reading Letting go: 3 things Cindy Coughlin learned when burning her old diaries