Chamber News

Trinity Ballet Academy's "The Dancing Princesses"

Trinity Ballet Academy presents "The Dancing Princesses" on Saturday, May 26 at the lovely Arkley Center for the Performing Arts. The ballet will feature famous "princess variations" from several classical ballets as well as a little Disney Princess fun
Ages 5-Adult will perform in this delightful production. It is particularly suited to introducing a young child to the beauty of ballet.
With this production Trinity Ballet Academy celebrates 19 years in Mckinleyville ! 
Location: Arkley Center for the Performing Arts inEureka
Day and Time: Saturday, May 26 at 3:30 pm
Tickets: General Admission- $20
               Child 11 and Under-$12
Tickets may be purchased at theater door on day of show. Doors open at 2:30.
Advanced tickets: Call the studio at 839-1816
* Information is also on Trinity Ballet Academy Facebook page.

Ribbon Cutting & Grand Opening at Satori Wellness

Members of the community gathered to welcome new business, Satori Wellness to McKinleyville on Saturday, March 3. Their very friendly and knowledgeable staff are looking forward to serving our community and will take the time to answer questions and educate interested individuals. The retail store's inventory includes clothing, accessories and a wide variety of skateboard equipment. They are located at 1551 Nursery Way, behind McK Chevrolet.
 
    

    

February Mixer at McK Teen Center

What an amazing turnout for the February mixer! Approximately 60 business minded individuals kicked off their Thursday evening by networking at the chamber mixer. MCSD and the Boys & Girls Club of the Redwoods did a wonderful job setting up for this mixer. Many thanks to Eureka Natural Foods and Six Rivers Brewery for providing the food and beverages. A special thanks to those who provided a great array of Dutch auction items.
 
    
    

 

Business Celebrates 10 years in Mack Town!

In May of 2017, Humboldt Human Resources celebrated 10 years of doing business in McKinleyville.  Humboldt Human Resources is a locally owned and operated full-service employment agency that specializes in connecting qualified people with hiring employers throughout our community.  HHR strives to find the perfect match every time, and they are prepared to do the hard work it takes to succeed in that endeavor! 
 
The President and CEO of Humboldt Human Resources, Jamie Rutten, has been a fan of Humboldt County since 1984, when she came to the area to attend Humboldt State University. She has built many long-term professional relationships over the past decade, gaining the bulk of her new clients through referrals from satisfied customers.  Jamie takes a certain pride in her work and guarantees that she and her staff will provide the highest standard of customer service.  Her goal is to provide an employment agency that is a cut above the rest, and her track record exhibits a proven commitment to excellence.
 
HHR offers traditional temporary and 90-day temp-to-perm placements, as well as a direct hire option for employers who need help recruiting for a professional with specific skills and/or experience.  In addition to recruiting, Humboldt Human Resources can handle workers' compensation and liability insurance, payroll services, employer taxes (including unemployment), and all quarterly and year-end report requirements for their clients.  They provide a very simple way for employers to get the help they need without all the hassles!

State of McKinleyville 2018

What a great turnout for the State of McKinleyville forum on January 17! Approximately 130 individuals packed the Hewitt room at Azalea Hall. Thank you to everyone who was able to take time out of their busy schedule to show your support of McKinleyville. A special thank you to the panel members and the moderator.  
                 

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