Thursday, November 13, 2014

Greenfield Chamber of Commerce

Retta Livengood, President of the Greenfield Chamber of Commerce spoke to Kiwanis and it’s role in the community.  Livengood, a lifelong resident of Hancock County also serves on the boards of Greenfield-Central Schools, Greenfield Main Street, and LINK (Leaders in Navigating Knowledge.  Livengood began her work with the Chamber 6 years ago.
The mission statement of the Chamber is “Partnering for Prosperity”.  They fulfill this mission by connecting people who have products and services available with those who need those products and services.  The chamber has 372 members firms that represent 9,300 people who work for those businesses and organizations.
The Chamber is located at One Courthouse Plaza in a building that was erected in 1875 as a physician’s home and office.  It then served for decades as a local funeral parlor.  The Greenfield School Corporation’s administrative offices were located there when the Chamber took over the building. 
The building includes meeting rooms, Chamber offices, and business offices.  The Chamber publishes a weekly newsletter that is e-mailed to over 1000 addresses.  For more information on the Chamber go to or contact Livengod at  (317)477-4188. 

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