Seeley Swan Pathfinder
May 28, 1998
The Seeley Lake Area Chamber of Commerce held elections for officers and directors at the annual meeting Thursday, May 14 at Seeley-Swan High School. The officers and directors for the 1998-99 year are: Gary Miller, First Valley Bank, President; Bruce Wold, Wold's Valley Market, Immediate Past President; and Paul Conn, Vice President appointed. Elected for a two-year term as directors are Jane Fisher, Center at Salmon Lake, and Tim Love, U.S. Forest Service. Directors fulfilling a one-year term are: Ed Bezanson, Double Arrow Resort; Gary Guse, Seeley Lake Fun Center; Cheri Thompson, Seeley Lake Auto Parts; and Kevin Wetherell, Clearwater River Realty.
President Miller thanked outgoing directors Larry Marx, Rovero's, and Bruce Johnson, U.S. Forest Service, for their efforts and dedication to the Seeley Lake Area Chamber of Commerce.
After the elections, President Miller recapped the past year's accomplishments and looked forward to the coming year. One of the Chamber's exciting projects is the Seeley Lake Historical Museum and Visitor Center. Gary Miller thanked all the people involved in this project - those who envisioned it, those who made it happen, and those who are ensuring that it will be a historical landmark for our community.
Ramona Holt, Wapiti Resort, introduced the Super Host program being held at Wapiti Resort and at Double Arrow Resort on Friday, May 22 (call either for more information). Next, Gary Guse, Ron Ogden, President of Driftriders Snowmobile Club, and Ramona Holt gave a presentation on the value of representing the Seeley Lake area at trade shows as a "winter destination." Kevin Wetherell then presented the new Chamber web site, which has been donated to the Chamber by Gary Noland and the Seeley Swan Pathfinder.