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Chamber Chat

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Manasota Mystique is becoming an Englewood Tradition… Approximately nine years ago, the Chamber moved into its new, present day facility. [Read More]

Sunset Wine Cruise to benefit local culinary students…

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The Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association’s Gulf Island Coast Chapter invites you to enjoy an evening of culinary delights, fine wine and music. [Read More]

The Next Lunch & Learn is August 22nd

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Your website serves as an online storefront for your business. Learn how to create a clean, professional looking site that encourages visitors to stay and see what your business has to offer. [Read More]

New Member Orientation

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You joined the Chamber, now what? Come learn about all the Chamber resources that can help you! Wednesday, July 24th at 8:30am –…

Leadership Englewood Class of 2020 Confidential Application

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Deadline for consideration of application: 5:00 pm on Friday, September 13, 2019 [Read More]

Englewood Beach 9 – Putt Putt: Venue Lottery

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The final two (2) locations will be selected by a random lottery selection, on June 17th. Read the criteria and submit your entry. [Read More]

Englewood Beach 9 – Putt Putt: Scorekeepers/Volunteers Needed

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Englewood Beach 9 – Putt Putt takes places Sat, August 17. We are looking for Scorekeepers and Volunteers. If you are interested in helping,…

Secret Society of Smoked Mullets

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Meet founding heroes of Englewood! Hear local stories of old Englewood. The “Secret Society of Smoked Mullets” has chosen the 2019 winner, [Read More]

Water Quality Summit Set for June 5th

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Sarasota County will host a free and open to the public Water Quality Summit from 1-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 5. [Read More]

Captains for Clean Water Video

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In 2016, Florida experienced a devastating water crisis. Our fisheries collapsed, our economy suffered, and those who make their living on the water were losing their business. Two fishing guides discovered the problem was poor water management practices. It had been happening for decades, but no one they knew was talking about it. Watch their video. [Read More]