Newry Junior Chamber celebrates 10 years

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Wednesday, February 1st, 2012

Left to right Siobhan Nugent Bank of Ireland (outgoing president), Deborah King Stakeholder Communications (1st Vice President Newry Chamber of Commerce & Trade ), Brendan Malone Malone Lynchehaun Incoming President

The Junior Chamber celebrated its tenth year in existence at their AGM in the Whistledown Hotel Warrenpoint recently. Deborah King from Stakeholder Communications was present to officiate the election of the new officers with Brendan Malone being elected president. The outgoing president Siobhan Nugent thanked the members for their support during the year, which was a positive year for the organisation despite the troubles affecting business life both for members and in the community as a whole. The new Committee was duly appointed with Martina Murtagh and Paul Duffy elected Vice Presidents, Louise Campbell (Secretary), Patrick Magee (Treasurer) and Darren Turtle (Training & Social Director). Newry Junior Chamber is a vibrant and engaging organisation committed to developing young business people of the greater Newry Area and holds one monthly meeting, which rotates between Newry & Warrenpoint. In addition to benefits such as ongoing training, charitable and community activities, teambuilding events and our regular social interaction, being part of a vibrant organisation adds to the skills of individuals making them better placed to serve the businesses they represent. The informal and friendly culture of the group, together with the diversity of its members helps creates a culture of cooperation, enabling members to interact easily. By sharing ones business experiences amongst peers, individuals gain new ideas and thinking that can bring value to their businesses and themselves. The relationships we build are sustainable and long term. We encourage new members and the next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday 7th February 2012 at 7.30pm in the Bank Bar, Newry and anyone wishing to join should come along. Please e-mail, contact see our website or contact us via Facebook.
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