Join the PassEDA for a Joint Chamber Mixer on March 18, 2020


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The Pass Economic Development Agency (PassEDA) and Banning Chamber of Commerce will host a Joint Chamber Mixer on Wednesday, March 18, at Mt. San Jacinto College’s San Gorgonio Pass Campus in Banning. The free event will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. and the public is invited to attend.

Chambers from the cities of Yucaipa, Calimesa, Beaumont and Banning will attend. The event will include games, prizes and food. Guests will learn more about the PassEDA and its new Strategic Plan to help guide economic stability for this region.

“The PassEDA has worked for more than a year with business owners, cities, schools and residents to develop a Strategic Plan that represents the many voices we have in our communities. We are excited to share the document and honored that the chambers are supporting our efforts with this mega mixer,” said Dr. Roger Schultz, president of the PassEDA board and superintendent/president of Mt. San Jacinto College.

PassEDA is a public-private partnership that works collaboratively with chambers, private business, local governments and school districts to secure resources that will provide long-term economic growth and a high quality of life for the San Gorgonio Pass area stretching from Yucaipa to Whitewater.

PassEDA officials will also discuss the next major event titled “Workforce Training & Development Data, Challenges, Trends, and Strategies.” That event will be held at 8 a.m. April 22 at Crafton Hills College in Yucaipa.

The Joint Mixer will be held March 18 at the MSJC San Gorgonio Pass Campus, 3144 W. Westward Avenue in Banning. More information about the joint mixer and upcoming events is available or by calling (951) 312-7501.

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