December 1, 2022
This Issues Topics:
Chamber Board Member • Executive Board President • Lewis County • Lindy Waring • Volunteer Spotlight
Lindy and son Rocco help hand out Black Friday Bags

Lewis County native Lindy Waring has been volunteering with the Centralia-Chehalis Chamber for over a decade. Those who know Waring know she is passionate about supporting local businesses through the Chamber of Commerce. 

Waring grew up and attended school in Adna, after graduating high school attended Edmonds College in Seattle and earned her Paralegal degree. The next 13 years she spent working as a paralegal in Sacramento. In 2006, Waring moved back to Lewis County where she worked for Lucky Eagle Casino as a Marketing Assistant where she got promoted to Marketing Manager and worked there for 9 years. After Lucky Eagle Casino, Waring helped open several restaurants, then worked for the Chronicle for two years before finding her position at KELA / KMNT as General Manager.

While working at Lucky Eagle Casino, Waring got involved with the Chamber through work and served on the Board of Directors in several different capacities, the latest position being President for the last two years. Waring also volunteers as Vice President of the Executive Board for Pope’s Place who provides individualized care for children and young adults with exceptional medical needs, and also volunteers with United Way on their committees.

“I am honored to be a part of the Chamber of Commerce and seeing change first hand in making a difference in improving our community.” comments Waring. “I really love the Chamber. We were in a great position before, but I look forward to working with the Board to make changes to improve Chamber outreach to the community moving forward.”

2023: Putting the Focus on Stronger Families, Stronger Community, and Stronger Washington

As we head into a new legislative session and new year, Washington needs to chart a new course to create stronger families, stronger communities, and a stronger Washington. 

That new direction must begin by focusing on “kitchen table” issues; the things we talk about with our friends and family around the kitchen table. The increased cost of food, cost to heat your home, and cost of fuel. The lack of childcare. The rise in crime, homelessness, and drug addiction. And the quality of public education.

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Four New Board Members Join the Chamber

Last month the Board of Directors for Centralia-Chehalis Chamber of Commerce approved four new members to its board. “We welcome the diversity of industries represented and feel the new members add a wealth of skills and knowledge to our board,” noted Chair Coralee Taylor.

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Volunteer as a Chamber Ambassador

Volunteering as an Ambassador for the Centralia-Chehalis Chamber of Commerce is a great way to support and connect with the business community, and promote Chamber membership. The Chamber employs a staff of 3 people, making our Ambassadors and volunteers valuable...

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