RIBBON CUTTING — Syracuse-Wawasee Chamber of Commerce and the Syracuse-Wawasee Trails cut the ribbon for their move to their new location at Pickwick Plaza next to the Waterlily Art Gallery, located at 108 N. Huntington St., Suite 4. The small but charming office space will allow a significant cost reduction to the chamber’s operating budget. The move will allow the chamber to serve its members and the Syracuse-Wawasee community much more effectively and efficiently.
Pictured in front, from left, are Steve Fields, chamber member; Kristy Rumfelt, chamber board member and Beyond Landscaping; Megan McClellan, director of Syracuse-Wawasee Trails; Andrea Keller, executive director of Syracuse-Wawasee Chamber of Commerce; Julie Kline, executive assistant to the Syracuse-Wawasee Chamber of Commerce; Sylvia Gargett, chamber member; Jill Donley, Bass Audiology. In the second row are Chad Jonsson, superintendent of parks and recreation department; Dave Mayer, chamber member; Tricia Small, Teghtmeyer Ace Hardware; Judy Shoemaker, and chamber member; Dawn-Marie Bass, Bass Audiology; Denny Pressler, Stoney Point LLC. In back are Tom Edington, Syracuse-Wawasee Trails Committee; Chip Erwin, chamber board member and Sleepy Owl; Heath Simcoe, chamber board member and Mutual Bank; Jim Layne, chamber board member and police department; Erick Leffler, Dynamic Spine and Rehabilitation; and Henry DeJulia, town manager. (Photo by Elisa Walker)