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Sep25

CHCC honored JayTamsi as the Executive of the Year

jtamsiJay Tamsi, President & CEO of the Kern County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, was recently honored at the CHCC Annual Convention as the Executive of the Year. The CHCC would like to congratulate Jay, his staff, and his Board of Directors on their  tremendous work within the Kern County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. 

KERN COUNTY HISPANIC CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

231 H Street

Bakersfield, CA 93304 

Chamber History

In 1985, a small group of dedicated Hispanic business leaders recognized both, the enormous potential of the Hispanic business community in Kern County, and the need for an organization to represent its interests in the public and private sector.

Since its incorporation 28 years ago, the Kern County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has become the fastest growing civic organization in the Kern County area. With several hundred of members, the Chamber represents over 410,000 Hispanics, and is comprised of a cross-section of professionals and business people, who in turn represent corporations as well as large and small businesses.

 
Sep06

6th Annual Altares de Familia

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Aug11

6th Annual Altares de Familia Press Release

PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

In celebration of the traditional Mexican holiday, Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)

Kern County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and Bakersfield Museum of Art

Presents:

6th annual Altares de Familia

(Bakersfield, CA) A family centered, cultural festival enjoyed and celebrated by people of all backgrounds. Its vibrant color, celebratory ambiance and its strong ties to traditional folk art make it an artistic and meaningful experience. On this special day, people gather to honor and remember friends and family who have passed, by creating altars, special foods, & traditional arts to honor deceased loved ones. 

“We are excited to partner with the BMOA this year as well as community members and families, one in particular – the Patino Family - to provide this amazing cultural event to community,” stated Jay Tamsi, President/CEO. “Altares is a family-friendly event which provides cultural and educational awareness to all ethnicities and cultures.” 

 At BMOA student art pieces created in honor of the event will be displayed and juried. In the garden area stroll through and view the altars created by local community members. Join us in the park, adjacent to the museum and enjoy traditional Aztec dancers, youth mariachi, Mexican folk dancing, Mexican cuisine, children's crafts area, cultural craft vendors, traditional calavera face painting and a Latin dance band (cumbia band) to close this phenomenal event. 

We are currently seeking sponsorships and vendors, if interested contact the chamber office; and families interested in displaying an altar are encouraged to contact the museum to reserve a space.

Sunday, November 2, 2014

4:00 pm-9:00 pm

Bakersfield Museum of Art/Central Park at Mill Creek

1930 R Street

Bakersfield CA 93301

Admission: $3 per person, children 6 and under free
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Sep18

Symphony Orchestra Season

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Feb07

"Meet the Candidates" Forum

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(Left to Right) John Hernandez, Amanda Renteria, Congressman David Valadao

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Jan26

The 2014 Kern County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Executive Board Officers

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Back from left: Jay Tamsi, President/CEO; Blodgie Rodriguez, Chairwoman of the Board; Denise Ornales, Immediate Past-Chair; David Alanis, Secretary
Front, from left: Mari Perez-Dowling, Chair Elect; Adam Alvidrez, Vice-Chair; Olivia GarciaTreasurer

 

 
Nov24

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