Norco Area Chamber of Commerce

Save the Date — Military Appreciation Luncheon

Wed., July 23rd, 11:30 a.m.
American Legion Post 328,
3888 Old Hamner Rd., Norco
$20 Members, $30 Prospective Members by July 14th; $25/$35 after July 14th
With Keynote Speaker Boone Cutler, author, radio talk show host, and Iraqi war veteran,
and Featured Speaker Steve Slavik, disabled veteran and co-founder of Big Paws Canine Foundation.
All proceeds will benefit veterans’ charities A Gallant Few and Big Paws.


Sponsored by:

riverside county board of supervisors logo browning dodge logo  legal shield logo Norco Valley Dental logo

waste management logo tractor supply logo sce logo

ymca-logo circle city roofing logo lansing co logo Howard Johnson logo
united way  Allstar Collision logo HamptonInn-Logo

Norco College CTE Open House

Wed., July 30th, 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Norco College,
2001 3rd St, Norco

Join us to learn more about our programs and the college.


NACC Cocktails & Conversation Mixer

Thurs., July 31st, 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
The Maverick Saloon,
3841 Old Hamner Rd., Norco

30th Annual Norco Mounted Posse PRCA Rodeo – Sponsorships Available

August 22nd-24th,
George Ingalls Equestrian Center
Click here to read the official press release.
Sponsorships available! Click here for more information.

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:


To order a brick online by credit card using PayPal, please visit