The West Seneca Chamber of Commerce frequently uses the tagline “Let’s Grow West Seneca,” and now the nonprofit business organization wants to put those words into action.
As part of a growth, beautification and sustainability project, the Chamber is hoping to collect a minimum of 1,000 flower and vegetable seed packets that they will distribute to spectators during the town’s annual Community Days Parade on Saturday, June 24.
“As a business organization, we’re all about growing our town from a commercial and residential perspective,” said Joe Kirchmyer, executive director of the West Seneca Chamber of Commerce. “Now, we’re taking that mission and working in two other elements that are near and dear to us — beautification and sustainability.”
The Chamber is now reaching out to the public — along with businesses and organizations — for donations of seed packets or cash that can be used to purchase seed packages. Donations can be dropped off at the Chamber office within the West Seneca Community Center & Library, located at 1300 Union Road. Office hours are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekdays. Arrangements for pick-up can also be made by calling the Chamber at 674-4900.
“As a Chamber, it is incredibly important for us to serve not only the business community, but our community as a whole,” Kirchmyer added. “We hope the entire community will appreciate the symbolism behind this project and show their support. In the end, we will all benefit.”
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