Celebrating 35 Years of Local Business Success
YOUR BUSINESS IS OUR BUSINESS
The vision of the KCHCC is to create innovative and influential business programs that will promote Hispanic business and economic development at the local, state, national, and international level.
CHAMBER NEWS & EVENTS
Free COVID-19 Testing
Free Federally Funded COVID-19 Testing in partnership wIth the Kern County Hispanic Chamber of Commence, Kern County Public Health and Bakersfield College
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22nd
8a – 6p at Bakersfield College
Parking Lot on the corner of Haley and University
Pre-registration is required. There will be a limited amount of walk-ups taken.
Register at: http://doineedacovid19test.com
Your presence will make this occasion special. Join us to learn more about Anthem Blue Cross and find out if our plan is right for you. I can also answer your questions about Medicare and explain your options. There is no obligation to enroll in a plan if you attend.
October 8, 2020 | 10 a.m.
Medicare 101 Webex Presentation Link | https://tinyurl.com/y2d2jgso
Phone number: 1-203-607-0564 | Access Code: 171 309 7623
El Grito Celebration
On behalf of Chairwoman Cecilia Tomono, we would like to thank everyone who contributed to the success of our 9thannual Grito de Dolores. Thank you to our event and scholarship sponsors – Adventist Health-Bakersfield, Delano, Tehachapi; Clinica de Valle; Dr. Carlos A. Alvarez, M.D., Incorporated; Beautiful You Medical Aesthetics; Bank of the Sierra; Valley Republic Bank; Valley Strong Credit Union; Chain | Cohn | Stiles Law Office; XM Garcia, Attorney at Law.
A huge thank you to Mariachi San Marcos and Ballet Folklorico Huaztecalli and congratulations to our 25 scholarship recipients!
Special THANK YOU to our media partner KGET and Telemundo Valle Central – thank you Derek, Mike, Norma, Jose, James, and Staff!!! Below is the link to the Grito…in case you missed it last night.