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February 1, 2021
February Virtual Mixer
Join us to network, meet new members
Join the Pleasanton Chamber for the February Virtual Mixer as we check in with special guests, network one-on-one in breakout rooms, and meet new members from the comfort of your own space. Registration in advance is required. Once registered, you will receive a confirmation email with the zoom link.
Educational Presentation by Stanford-ValleyCare
Keeping the Community Safe, Informed and Educated
You're invited to join the Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce and Stanford Health Care-ValleyCare for a virtual educational presentation and update on COVID-19, including information on the latest in surge capacity, testing, vaccines and long-term complications experienced from COVID-19. Register for the zoom meeting in advance.
Featured Speakers
Dr. Jake Scott
Clinical Assistant Professor, Medicine - Infectious Diseases
Tracey Lewis Taylor
Chief Operating Officer
Tri-Valley Chamber Virtual Speed Networking
Pleasanton, Dublin, Danville, Livermore and San Ramon Chambers all welcome
Join the Tri-Valley Chambers for a special virtual speed networking event. Make more business connections in less time from the comfort of your own space. You will be sent to small breakout rooms to meet one-on-one and connect with others, exchange information, and promote your business easily and effectively. Register in advance for this free event.
Alameda County Public Health Director Dr. Nicholas Moss provided an upate on COVID-19 and the latest Alameda County Health Order.
The Pleasanton Chamber partnered with the Livermore Valley Chamber and Dublin Chamber for this informative presentation along with Amos Productions.
Love is in the air as Museum on Main prepares for the 14th Annual Wines & Valentines fundraiser on February 12 at 7:00 p.m. From the comfort of their own homes, participants will be able to enjoy the evening’s program, a live auction, a Fund-A-Need drive and some virtual games—all to support the programs of Museum on Main.
Visit Tri-Valley has partnered with the U.S. Cultural & Heritage Marketing Council to host a series of Cultural & Heritage Tourism Town Hall meetings to
provide the opportunity for community leaders, business owners, artisans, musicians, cultural organizations, the agricultural sector and various tourism constituents to share ideas and insights on the Tri-Valley’s Cultural & Heritage Tourism Plan.
State of the Chamber
Lewis Taylor Takes the Helm for Pleasanton Chamber’s Board of Directors
The annual transition of the Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce’s volunteer leadership took place on January 26, 2021 as 2020 Chair of the Board Randy Brown passed the gavel to 2021 Chair Tracey Lewis Taylor, chief operating officer of Stanford Health Care-Valley Care. Lewis Taylor was installed by Mayor Karla Brown during the State of the Pleasanton Chamber virtual event.

“As I look towards our future in 2021, I am inspired and optimistic that our sense of business continuity and stability will return,” said Lewis Taylor during the State of the Chamber. “The commitment of the Chamber over this next year ahead is to continue to listen, to respond to your needs, and to take action and be your advocate and voice as we collectively work to improve the economic and physical health of our community.”
Welcome New Members
Congratulations to these new members that have recently joined the Chamber
Participation in Regional Alternative Water Supply Studies
Guest commentary: Hacienda's James Paxson
The Pleasanton Chamber supports Hacienda’s position on the topic of regional water supply and urges our members to reach out to the Pleasanton City Council to communicate your support of the City’s participation in regional water issues that impact Pleasanton.

Hacienda General Manager James Paxson:
"I wanted to write in support of direction to continue Pleasanton's participation in the regional studies, including the potable reuse study under consideration, being conducted to look at diversification of water supplies in the Tri-Valley. We have been very encouraged by the ongoing dialogue that Pleasanton has been participating in with the other water retailers and the water wholesaler over how to better locally secure this important resource in the Tri-Valley.
Pleasanton 2025 Forum
Open to everyone
Every second Wednesday of the month at 7:30 a.m., the Chamber brings stakeholders together to focus community resources, time and talent to achieve greater understanding of issues, obstacles and opportunities related to Pleasanton 2025: A Community Vision. Contact steve@pleasanton.org for more information on these monthly forums.
Stay Connected and Informed
Marketing Opportunities
The Pleasanton Chamber has several advertising options for you and your business, from our print newsletter, to our electronic newsletter, to banner ads on our website.
Visit the Chamber's COVID-19 Information page to see the latest updates as well as links to the City of Pleasanton, Alameda County Public Health Department, California COVID Recovery and more.
Did you know the Pleasanton Chamber has a presence on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube? Check us out and always stay connected with us at www.pleasanton.org.
News from our Members
Hi-Five Sports Club Offers Weekly Multi Sports Camps for February

Lewis Taylor Takes the Helm for Pleasanton Chamber’s Board of Directors

Community leaders invited to cultural & heritage tourism virtual town hall

14th Annual Museum on Main's Wine & Valentines Fundraiser is Coming Virtually

Oyo Features Take Home Date Night

Your Town Monthly Special: Pay It Forward

Spectrum Community Services Hosts Show Your Love

Las Positas College Offers Two New Tuition-Free, Noncredit Business Certificates

Stanford Blood Center Looking for Host Sites