The facility formerly known as Freedom Inn at 9797 Bay Pines Blvd. has been renamed Brookdale Bay Pines
Seminole is an active Chamber, offering a variety of benefits and opportunities for “building your business.” Monthly business and social networking events, committees ranging from Business Safety & Security to Advocacy & Government Relations, along with special activities during the year and special business improvement marketing opportunities, are just a few of the benefits available to members, prospective members and the community.
Chamber leadership often collaborates with the City of Seminole and other area governmental and civic organizations when business and community improvement matters are discussed and planned. As a result, the Chamber provides valuable input in many aspects of city life.
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29th Annual SEMINOLE CHAMBER Golf Tournament at Seminole Lake Country Club October 23, 2014 RESULTS: 1ST – 57* – Tim O’Hara, Sam Buck, Zach Taylor, Jim Nosewicz 2ND – 57 – Rafael Palaganas, Jim Hunt, Dennis Fernandez, Mike Fernandez 3RD – 58* – Steve Bailey, Jared Bailey, Chris Kerbo, Mike Friend LONGEST DRIVE: #9 –…Details
A GREAT GIFT IDEA FOR THE HOLIDAYS! NOW AVAILABLE AT YOUR SEMINOLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FOR ONLY $35 Filled with discount coupons for restaurants, entertainment, car washes, dry cleaning, auto service and more …they make great gifts for friends, family, that special employee EXCELLENT VALUE Help Support Your Seminole Chamber Of Commerce! Stop in and…Details
Turning disabilities into capabilities … Kim Waag, PARC CIO, and Alpana Velankar, arts supervisor, selected some of the best artwork painted by adults and children at PARC to be on display at the Seminole Chamber of Commerce. Please visit to see for yourself the talent and variety, colorfully decorating the conference room “gallery” walls. PARC’s…Details
If you attended the July 22 Seminole City Council meeting, or watched it on your computer, then you were among the first to see the architectural renderings of a new Seminole City Center and have been given a “heads up” as to the changes ahead. The 33 slides of the presentation by North American Development…Details
Due to the enthusiastic leadership of city employees, local schools, churches, businesses, grocers, non-profits and senior living facilities, all within the greater Seminole area, in less time than you could spell c-h-i-c-k-e-n s o-u-p the Mayor’s Canned Food Challenge was met and surpassed. At the beginning of the year, Mayor Leslie Waters announced a city-wide…Details
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