Pretty stunning, right?
The color popping on the screen is even more impressive in real life (as most things are). Manson and the surrounding Lake Chelan Valley transform as fall settles in; we experience a drop in vacation seekers, emptied campgrounds and fewer boats on the water. With this shift in the seasons, we are so inspired to bring more events for our community and visitors to enjoy.
The fall also brings on new projects that need tackling, The Manson Chamber of Commerce has a few that we are really excited about:
1. Turn Leffler Field into a park: Our community is trying to secure local Leffler Field and turn it into a park for all to enjoy in every season. The only way we can achieve this is through donations to the Manson Chamber of Commerce to contribute to purchase the land through the Manson Park and Recreation District and transform it into a lasting playground/park. But time is running out. We still need nearly $500,000 for the purchase to happen. For more information click on this word right here.
2. Speed Sensors: We want downtown Manson to be a safe and welcoming, to achieve this the Chamber is seeking (tax deductible) donations from local businesses to install new speed sensors along the main drag of downtown to protect from speeding. For questions or additional information email email@example.com
3. Our new website! You could be reading this in an email or on the new site itself (if you are reading it in an email, click here to jump on over to the new site). We are very excited to have this new site up and running. The chamber has worked to make the website more accessible, easy to navigate and informative for new visitors and old friends alike. If you have already, go poke around the new site and see what it has to offer you.
Fall in Manson is beautiful, no denying that one. It may not be as busy as the summer, but that’s good. The chamber is very excited from the fall of 2019 and can’t wait to see what we get to do this year. If we can help in any way here in Manson, please contact us at any time 509-888-1553 or firstname.lastname@example.org.