State of the City Address: Tuesday, April 8th
NACC Chair Pamela Smith presents Mayor Berwin Hanna with a donation from the chamber for the Veterans Memorial Plaza.
“We have a unique spirit that you don’t find many places… it’s our unique spirit that sets us apart… it’s our history that defines us as a city,” Mayor Berwin Hanna said on April 8th at the 2014 State of the City Address hosted by the Norco Area Chamber of Commerce.
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The 2014 State of the City Address was sponsored by:
NACC thanks the following for donating to the Silent Auction, which raised more than $1,700 for the Veterans Memorial, bringing the chamber’s donation total to $5,700: American Legion Post 328, Boomerang 2nd Hand Store, Coffee News, Congressman Ken Calvert, Dianna Frazier Cleaning, Everything Boutique, EZUp Direct.com, “Fast Jack” Beckman, Inland RV Center, Leticia Hammond, Mary Kay, LT Office Supplies, Mikey Garcia, Norco College, Norco High School FFA, Norco Horsemen’s Association, Norco Ranch Outfitters, Norco Valley Dental, Pat Reiley Photography, Positive Printing, Rich Feledy Enterprises, Susan Yasui, Kangen Water, Waste Management, and Yokohama Tire Co.
Compare Carpets Tri-Tip Thowdown Showdown 30th Anniversary Party
NACC members and others participated in Compare Carpets and Hard Floors’ inaugural BBQ cookoff, celebrating their 30th anniversary.
Tractor Supply Co. Grand Opening
Tractor Supply Co. is now open in Norco, and NACC joined in the celebration on Saturday with a ceremonial ribbon cutting. More Photos
SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans Available to Small California Businesses
Has your business recently been affected by the California drought?
“Small, nonfarm businesses in three California counties and neighboring counties in Arizona are now eligible to apply for low-interest federal disaster loans from the U. S. Small Business Administration (SBA). ‘These loans offset economic losses because of reduced revenues caused by the drought that began on February 11, 2014, in the following primary county,’ announced Tanya N. Garfield, Director of SBA’s Disaster Field Operations Center-West…”
George Ingalls Veterans Memorial Plaza Military Bricks
The George Ingalls Veterans Memorial Plaza will provide all of us an opportunity to make sure we never forget the price paid for our freedom. On two acres of park land in Norco, CA, also known as Horsetown USA, there will be a stunning memorial unlike any in Western Riverside County. Freedom has many names. They will include the names, both living and deceased, of the men and women who have answered their country’s call to service and defended our freedom. It is important to recognize the contributions of those who gave their lives in the service of their country. Together, we can bring the stories and sacrifices of American heroes to life, and ensure they will never be forgotten.
This is an opportunity to purchase and dedicate a military brick as a means to honor or remember a service man, woman or military service animal. Each brick is engraved with your message and placed in the “Circle of Honor” inside the George Ingalls Veterans Memorial as a lasting reminder of your faith and support of our service men or women who have served their country.
To print a brick order form, please click on the following link:
MILITARY BRICK ORDER FORM
To order a brick online by credit card using PayPal, please visit