Updated 3-16-20 – Littleton Area Chamber Statement on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Littleton Area Chamber of Commerce Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update 3-16-20

It is the goal of the Chamber to provide resources for businesses and the community at all times and especially during difficult times. At present, the Chamber is keeping up with news and information from state and federal officials and will share more about resources available to the business community when it is confirmed and available to us.

If you have altered your business plans, are experiencing a closure, have to reduce staffing or are experiencing other difficulties, please let us know. The more we know, the more we can assist in the days to come and advocate for our business community! Email Nathan at nkarol@littletonareachamber.com.

If you have cancelled an event or program that is on our events calendar, please let us know and we’ll mark it as cancelled or reschedule it for you. Email Meggen at office@littletonareachamber.com

We also recognize that the residual effects of this uncertain time could be felt for a while into the future. We will continue to advocate at the state and federal level and be on the ground in the communities in which our members live and work to provide a helping hand, resources, and advice.

The Chamber is re-evaluating our upcoming events, programs and initiatives for at least the next month. Here is a program update for the coming weeks:

  • We have cancelled this week’s Business After Hours with Ink Well Coffee & Tea House, though they remain open for business as of Monday.
  • Our April 1st Spring Open House has also been cancelled.
  • Coffee & Conversation scheduled for April 7th has been cancelled. We’ll enjoy “Grown-Up Show and Tell” later this year.
  • As of Monday 3-16-20 We have not yet decided if our April 18th Business After Hours at White Mountains Canning Co. will take place.
  • Our April 20th Travel information Session related to our 2021 Chamber Trip to Ireland will be rescheduled for a later date.

We will continue to share information about cancellations, postponements and rescheduling of events via email, social media and our website.  

Remember, getting outside, whether for a short walk, a bike ride, etc. can improve our health both mentally and physically. As the weather improves, don’t forget to take advantage of our amazing “backyard” that is the White Mountains.

Stay well, stay active and stay in touch. We’re here for you!

Best Regards,

Nathan Karol
Executive Director

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Littleton Area Chamber Statement on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) 3-6-19

The Littleton Area Chamber of Commerce and our Board of Directors take the health and safety of our communities serious. We are actively monitoring the situation regarding Coronavirus Disease and are in communication with state and local health officials.

For the health and safety of the communities in which we live, work and play, if you are experiencing fever or any symptoms of respiratory illness, please refrain from attending events and programs with the Chamber or other organizations. While we are not currently aware of any confirmed cases of the Coronavirus in our community, we wish to remain cautious and ask that you stay home when in doubt. The Littleton Area Chamber of Commerce will continue to host events and programs until it is advised against by public health officials.

The Chamber continues to act as a hub of resource and information for businesses and community members. If you need business assistance or are seeking additional resources please contact the Chamber’s Executive Director, Nathan Karol at nkarol@littletonareachamber.com or 603-444-6561 x12.

More information on Coronavirus preparedness can be found at  cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov

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