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  • Get Involved

  • Monthly Gatherings

    Ambassadors- With only two full-time equivalents on staff, keeping up with over 250 members can be a challenge.  Our Chamber relies on a core group of tireless volunteers we call Ambassadors to be our eyes, ears, and vocal champions in the business community.  Our Ambassadors are the working arm of the Chamber, assisting staff by: volunteering or finding volunteers for activities such as the Nodaway County Fair Ambassador’s Parade, attending monthly luncheon meetings, staying well informed on the functions of the Chamber and relaying that information to others, attending ribbon cuttings, socials, and open houses, and contacting potential members during membership drives. The Ambassadors meet the 2nd Monday of every month at 12 p.m.
    » Ambassador Guidelines

    Maryville Citizens for Community Action (MCCA)- Monthly a group of nonprofit and service organizations gather to discuss what is occurring in each others service areas, and try to bridge the gap for community members to be best served. Its purpose is to achieve improved citizen involvement, upgrade the utilization of resources, help link resources and facilitate collaborative action to benefit the community. Find the Maryville Clubs and Services Organizations list and contacts here. Join us, the fourth Monday of every month at 12 p.m. in the Chamber Conference Room.


  • Chamber Committees

    Kids Block Party-Games, prizes, entertainment, inflatables and more, all provided by local businesses and organizations.

    Chamber Agriculture Committee– Assists staff with all aspects of the planning of the Annual Farm-City Banquet. 

    Chamber Christmas Parade / Campaign– Assists staff in coordinating the Chamber's Christmas Campaign to shop local and Chamber Christmas Parade that leads to Winter Wonderland for opening night. Meets September-December.

    Government Affairs Committee– A group of knowledgeable volunteers whose mission is to review, debate and make recommendations to the Chamber‘s Board of Directors. They will represent the Chamber's position in a positive way, and will only take a stance on issues decided by the board. The chamber does not endorse candidates, but helps to educate the community about governmental issues.