Chairman's Circle

The Chairman’s Circle is a premier opportunity for up to twelve Oregon City Chamber members every year. These members are highlighted as supporters throughout the full range of Chamber events, which is an alternative to sponsoring event-by-event. One all-inclusive Chairman’s Circle annual billing simplifies your businesses’ sponsorship efforts. The Chairman’s Circle membership and benefits begin on January 1st.
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19245 Molalla Ave #1, Oregon City
503-518-8808 •

In 1957, Citizens Bank opened its doors to the community of Corvallis. Since then, the bank has grown steadily, with branches in thirteen cities throughout the Mid-Willamette Valley, including the Oregon City Office located at 19245 Molalla Ave. With our highly qualified and reputable staff, our healthy corporate culture, and out positive reputation both locally and regionally, we believe our customers truly experience our motto of "Good Business, Good Friends". At Citizens Bank, we promise to do all that we can to understand your needs, to exceed your expectations for service, and to ensure your success.

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328 Warner Milne Road, Oregon City
503-655-9141 •

Danielson’s Hilltop Mall has recently been redeveloped. It is anchored by Safeway and has over 25 tenants ranging from restaurants and a theatre to a pet shop and flower shop. The Danielson’s Family opened a grocery store in 1909 in Colton and moved to Oregon City around 1945. This family has been an active, longtime community supporter of schools, Willamette Falls Hospital, Clackamas Community College, Oregon City Chamber and Oregon City Rotary.
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19600 Molalla Ave, Oregon City
503-594-3129 •

CCC Foundation is dedicated to raising friends and funds to support students and instruction at Clackamas Community College. One of the top reasons students cite for dropping out or never starting college is finances. We work to build scholarships that help students achieve their dreams, while they build our communities. Scholarships make a tremendous difference in their ability to attend college. Gifts to scholarship funds have allowed the foundation to make education possible for thousands of students.
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19352 Prospector Terrace, Oregon City
503-518-4286 •

Haven Corner offers a family style setting. With just five residents we all become interested in the health and happiness of each other. Resident’s families visit, the grandchildren play, the dog and kitty cat accept everyone’s affection. We eat our meals together, share the sunshine on the patio, listen to hymns, and enjoy Lawrence Welk reruns every Saturday night.

We are committed to a policy of “aging in place”. That means that once Haven Corner becomes your home it stays that way through to the end of life. We offer precious, attentive end of life care. We want our residents to stay in the comfort of their own surroundings without the scary, unfamiliar sounds and commotion that a hospital or nursing home brings.

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1900 McLoughlin Blvd #67, Oregon City
503-212-3200 •

Headquartered in Oregon City, Oregon, Lewis & Clark Bank is a group of community bankers, along with a diverse Board of Directors, formulated the operating plan to provide tailored financial services to clients with speed, flexibility, and local decision making. The Bank offers top-notch service to personal, business, and professional accounts, with competitively priced deposit products and an experienced banking staff interested in exploring ways to meet unique banking needs.
820 7th Street, Oregon City
503-656-8403 •

In 1935, John Bloom founded the first company, Oregon City Garbage, with nothing more than a pick-up truck. His son, Richard Bloom, Sr., took over the business in 1959, and over the years, he added the Molalla and Gladstone franchises. Richard’s daughter, Pamela currently serves as COO and President. Today, Pamela operates a family-owned, family-oriented solid waste collection company. The company has grown from a single truck to a fleet of over 40 specialized collection trucks with 50 employees, servicing families in Oregon City, Gladstone, Molalla, Redland and some unincorporated areas of Clackamas County.
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19360 S Molalla Avenue, Oregon City
503-239-5336 •

Oregonians Credit Union exists to provide their members an opportunity to improve their economic well being and assist them in achieving financial success. They offer competitively priced financial services and products with personal and friendly service. Oregonians Credit Union is a local, member owned, not-for-profit financial cooperative. Profits are returned to members in the form of higher deposit rates and lower loan rates. As a member, you benefit from being an owner of your financial institution with comprehensive, value oriented services.
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14001 Fir Street, Oregon City
503-657-4958 •

Servicing Home, Business, and Industry electrical needs. Family owned since 1945, Parkin Electric is very proud of the fact that today we have the third and fourth generations working together in the company. We have always believed in developing strong relationships with our employees, our vendors, and of course with our customers. Because of this, almost all of our work comes from repeat customers and referrals. We’ve providing service to Oregon City businesses and residents for 20 years.
1500 Division Street, Oregon City

Willamette Falls Hospital has served Oregon City and Clackamas County residents since 1954 as a not-for-profit hospital. Now part of the Providence system, they continue to provide quality, compassionate care through birthing services, outpatient procedures and surgeries, emergency and urgent care, physical therapy, occupational health services, and diagnostic imaging. Our new Willamette Falls Hospital Human Motion Institute® treats medical issues of the muscles, bones, joints and nerves.