Blogs: Volunteer

Enchantment Resort Donates $15,000 to Trail Restoration

More than 20 years ago, Enchantment Resort created the Boynton Canyon Foundation that supports development and maintenance of the trail in the greater Sedona area. Part of the proceeds from every tour offered at Enchantment is allocated to that fund....
Read More

Annual Meeting Offers a Look Ahead from Chamber President/CEO, Experts, Panelists

 THIS ARTICLE APPEARS IN THE RED ROCK NEWS October 21, 2022   Our recent Annual Meeting at the Hilton Sedona Bell Rock blended networking and learning, all of which was exhilarating. 165 Chamber partners and civic leaders attended, as did...
Read More

Annual Meeting Touches our Sedona Roots, lays out FY23 Tourism Mission

 THIS ARTICLE APPEARS IN THE RED ROCK NEWS October 14, 2022   I’ve recently shared how the Chamber is “of and for the community.” Our 736 members are mainly small business owners and nonprofits who provide jobs, amenities from spas...
Read More

Chamber Volunteers Provide Unparalleled Service with a Giving Spirit

 THIS ARTICLE APPEARS IN THE RED ROCK NEWS October 7, 2022   The Sedona Chamber and the League of Women Voters of Northern Arizona are hosting the next Mayoral Candidate Forum. On Wednesday, October 12 you can hear directly from Scott...
Read More

Our Shred Event, Community Pulse Events Show the Chamber “In the Community, For the Community”

 THIS ARTICLE APPEARS IN THE RED ROCK NEWS August 19, 2022   I enjoy our bi-annual Community Pulse, a free in-person update with local leaders that we host twice a year. Sponsored by APS, it’s always informative. Last week’s event...
Read More

New Chamber Board Chair Jennifer Perry Brings Leadership, Heart and a Record of Accomplishment

 THIS ARTICLE APPEARS IN THE RED ROCK NEWS August 12, 2022     Our volunteer Board of Directors is one of the Sedona Chamber’s greatest assets. Made up of Chamber members their talent and connections make them a powerhouse for...
Read More

Manzanita Outreach

Verde Valley News – Food pantries are not associated with high-quality food. A traditional food pantry receives the excess, unwanted, or nearly-expired food that is unsellable through main-stream channels. However, local food assistance provider Manzanita Outreach is bringing locally produced, farm-fresh produce,...
Read More

Steps to Recovery Homes Launches an Outpatient Treatment Services Center

Steps to Recovery Homes is launching an Outpatient Treatment Services at their New Healing Center. The hope is to be able to help the community with more treatment options. Spread the word. Assistance is available. Weekly Therapy Schedule   Description of Services...
Read More

Sedona Chamber of Commerce Supports the Tradition of Candidate Forums

 THIS ARTICLE APPEARS IN THE RED ROCK NEWS July 1, 2022   Patriotic holidays pop up throughout the year, but the one that brings the most joy is the Fourth of July – Independence Day. On that day in 1776, ...
Read More

Chamber Support in the Community

 THIS ARTICLE APPEARS IN THE RED ROCK NEWS June 24, 2022   I’m proud to say that Chamber mixers are always a success. Members and guests love connecting or reconnecting, catching up, meeting new people, and enjoying themselves while building...
Read More

What’s critical to achieving sustainability in Sedona?

 THIS ARTICLE APPEARS IN THE RED ROCK NEWS June 10, 2022   Do you need ideas to make your website better? The Sedona Chamber of Commerce and Yavapai SBDC are hosting a virtual workshop with the support of APS. On...
Read More

The State of Domestic & International Tourism in Sedona, Arizona

 THIS ARTICLE APPEARS IN THE RED ROCK NEWS May 13, 2022   When I arrived in Sedona in 2009, the Great Recession was on. Revenues were down, and the City Council was forced to slash spending by more than 20...
Read More