In case you have not yet heard, the Washington County Chamber of Commerce office is relocating to the Professional Arts Building. We opened the doors to our new office on Wednesday, November 1. We started the moving process on October 19, and if you have moved recently, you know it can be challenging! Thank you in advance for your patience during this transition, as moving from our office of almost 15 years may cause some delays and slight inconvenience to our members. On the positive side, we are looking forward to being more visible and accessible to our members, and to our Washington County community. This move will enhance our ability to serve and advocate on behalf of our member organizations. Our new office will be at the center of lots of exciting initiatives, including the work being done surrounding the Urban Improvement Project. To help with the moving and relocating process, our office will be closed from Monday, October 23, through Friday, October 27. We are working towards a smooth transition, but there still may be unavoidable interruptions in both our IT (email) and telephone services. Antietam Call Center, a member answering service company, will be taking calls for us during our move. We will return your calls and emails as our moving schedule allows. ? We are working hard to minimize the impact the moving process will have on our members, so please be patient with us. Our new office will enable us to be even more help to you in the long run, and we look forward to showing off our new office at our ribbon cutting at 4 pm on Wednesday, November 15!