May 13, 2024

In Today's E-News:

  • Restaurant of the Week: Slice House Pizza
  • Retailer of the Week: Mecka and Achieving Health
  • Emerging Leaders: Service Project May 14th at Topper's
  • Emerging Leaders: Community Connection May 16th at the Chamber
  • Ribbon Cutting: Slice House May 14th at 2pm
  • Economic Development Committee: May 15th, 12pm via Zoom
  • Free E-Waste: May 18th and 19th 9am-3pm at the Chamber
  • POWERHour: May 21st, 12pm at Greek House Cafe
  • Senior Services Alliance: Star, Stripes & STUFF Collection for Seniors
  • Harassment Prevention Training
  • Welcome New Members
  • April Renewals
  • SCORE News
  • Programs for Your Business
  • Member Advertisements
Chamber Calendar of Events

 Visit our Retailers and Restaurant of the Week and mention that you saw their ad in our E-Blast! Whether you are visiting, shopping, eating, or otherwise, support our members and local businesses. For more information about the Restaurant/Retailer of the Week program contact our office at (805) 526-3900 and ask for Amy.

Emerging Leaders

Service Project

Support For the Troops May 14th at Toppers Pizza

2408 Erringer Rd

Fundraiser is 3:30pm-9:00pm

Write Letters with the Emerging Leaders from 6pm-8pm

More ways to support For the Troops by scanning the QR Code

Community Connection

Thursday, May 16th | 5:30pm-7:30pm

Simi Valley Chamber of Commerce

40 W Cochran St. Ste 100


Ribbon Cutting

Ribbon Cutting: Slice House Pizza

Tuesday May 14th | 2:00pm-2:30pm

Slice House Pizza

2916 Tapo Canyon Rd #B

(next to Cold Stones)

Economic Development Committee

Economic Development Committee Meeting

Wednesday, May 15th | 12pm - 1pm

Via Zoom

Zoom Link

Free E-Waste Collection

Free E-Waste Collection

Saturday & Sunday, May 18th & 19th


Chamber Parking Lot

40 W Cochran St.

POWERHour Networking Lunch

POWERHour Networking Lunch

Tuesday, May 21st | 12pm-1pm

Greek House Cafe

2375 Sycamore Dr. #5

Sponsored by Jo Ann Poole, with Keller Williams World Class

Senior Services Alliance

The Simi Valley Chamber's Senior Services Alliance, in collaboration with the Senior Center and Meals on Wheels Program, is collecting items to fill 300 patriotic bags for the Simi Valley Senior community. Bags will be delivered the week before July 4th on the Meals on Wheels routes.

These patriotic bags will brighten the lives of seniors that are homebound and will help make them feel valued. Below is a list of welcomed and needed items.

Items for Donation

· Toiletries

· Gloves

· Scarfs

· Fingerless Gloves or Mittens

· Throw Blanket

· Coffee Mugs

· Gift Cards

· Bath and Body Lotions

· Slipper Socks

· Massager

· Long Handle Back Scratcher

· Word Search & Sudoku Game Books

· Coloring Books & Colored Pencils

· Large Print Playing Cards

· Eyeglass Holders

· Tote Bag for Walker

· Sun Glasses

· Assortments of Greeting Cards

Drop of locations for donated items Simi Valley Chamber: 40 W Cochran Street 93065

Clean threads Laundry: 5702 E Los Angeles Ave 93063 Body Brain Train: 2955 Cochran Street Unit A-1 93065

· Flashlights/Batteries

· 4X Large magnifying Glass

· Nightlights

· Lip Balm

· Variety of Herbal Teas

· Coffee Samples/Single Serve Packets

· Hand Sanitizers

· Jar Lid Openers

· Dark Chocolate

· Sugar Free Treats

· Single Serving Crackers & Cookies

· Individual Nut Mixes of Dried Fruits

· Miniature DIY Craft Kits

· Seed Packets for Easy-To-Grow Plants

· Mini Succulent Garden Potted Plants

Donation Deadline All items need to be received no later than June 12th, 2024 Thank you to our Patriotic Bag Sponsor


MANDATORY California Harassment Prevention Training

California law requires employers with five or more employees to provide harassment prevention training to all employees. Mandatory training must take place within six months of hire or promotion and again every two years.

The Simi Valley Chamber, through CalChamber, is offering a discounted online training program to help your business comply with this requirement.

When you use code SVHPT at checkout, you will receive 20% off your training.

You may also call Call (800) 331-8877 to place your order over the phone. Be sure to mention Priority Code: SVHPT to receive your 20% discount.

Use Priority Code: SVHPT

and Receive 20% Off

Click Here for More Info and to Register

Don't Forget

Priority Code: SVHPT


Thanks to the following for renewing their memberships with the Chamber!

58 Years

Gas Company, The

Southern California Edison Co.

44 Years

City Auto Body

38 Years

Holiday Inn Express

35 Years

Martronic Engineering Inc.

26 Years

Theresa's Country Feed & Pet

25 Years

Rancho Simi Insurance Agency

23 Years

Plastic-View A.T.C.

United Way of Ventura County

22 Years

DJR Financial Services


20 Years

President Ronald Reagan Detachment 597, Marine Corps League

19 Years

Simi Childrens Dental Group

17 Years

Logix Federal Credit Union - Cochran

14 Years


13 Years

Aaron, Thomas & Associates, Inc.

Hawse Abbey Carpet & Floor

Pegasus Transit, Inc

11 Years

Clear Choice Windows & Doors USA

Logix Federal Credit Union - Tapo Canyon

10 Years

Solar Unlimited, Inc.

The Focus Agency

Eight Years

Chiltern Consultancy USA, Inc.

Falchini & Clements, CPA's, An Acct. Corp.

Seven Years

American Legion Post 484

Ameriprise- Gregory Lewandowski

Choice 1 Cleaners

Ventura County Fire District

Six Years

H & H Builders & Restoration, Inc.

Five Years

Pinnacle Estate Properties

Four Years

Litchfield Asset Management, Inc.

The Flying Yolk

Three Years

Chatsworth Products

Cronies Sports Grill

Vigorous W Development C. LTD

Two Years

Code Ninjas Simi Valley

Medicare Planning of California

Richardson Legacy Portraits

Simi Valley Football Boosters Club, Inc

One Year

A Plus Cosmetic Dentistry

Bear Concrete Services

Binns Family Law

Brucar Locksmith

California Energy Contractors

May's Kitchen

Nectar of the Dogs Wine

New York Life - Brian Park

Free Upcoming Webinars

Member Advertisement

Wellness Expo 2024

Wednesday, May 15th | 8am - 12pm

Simi Valley Senior Center

2929 Tapo Canyon Rd

Business Continuity Planning

MGT 381 is an 8-hour, tuition-free course certified by DHS/FEMA, focusing on business continuity planning. It aligns emergency management and BCP, emphasizing continuity across all mission areas: protection, prevention, mitigation, response, and recovery.

Topics include (but not limited to):

• Business continuity planning process

• Essential functions

• Business impact analysis

• Recovery strategies

• Plan development

• Tabletop activity

Who Should Attend:

• Governmental Administrative/Elected Officials

• Private Sector/Corporate Security and Safety Professionals

• Public Works

• Community Emergency Management Personnel

• Community Stakeholders

• Retail Representatives

• Food Production 

This is a FEMA training, so non-U.S. citizens must complete a DHS Foreign National Visitor Request form at least 30 days in advance of the training.

Register Here!

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