Monticello Chamber names new officers, board members

Kris Barnhart, All Seasons Auto Body.

Dr. Lindsey Meyer, Monticello Family Dentistry.

MACC Board President Chris Brokaw presents a certificate to outgoing board member Jacob Thompson (left) who served for three years. (Photos submitted)

MACC Board President Chris Brokaw presents a certificate to outgoing board member Monica Gray, who served for six years.

     At the Jan. 13 board meeting of the Monticello Area Chamber of Commerce, Inc. (MACC, Inc.), the 2021 officers were elected to lead the membership organization through what is shaping up to be very busy year. The following officers were elected:

     • President, Chris Brokaw, Edward Jones Investments

     • First Vice President, Jared Lasley, REM Electric

     • Second Vice President, Lisa Folken, Kirkwood Jones Regional Education Center

     In addition, the MACC recognized two retiring board members: Jacob Thompson, Citizens State Bank, and Monica Gray, CMG Properties, LLC, who have served three- and six-year terms respectively.

     Replacing Thomas and Gray, and new the board of directors, are Kris Barnhart, All Seasons Auto Body, Auto Collision Repair, and Dr. Lindsey Meyer, Monticello Family Dentistry, Dental Clinic. Both will serve a three-year term as they work to fulfill the MACC’s mission: “… to provide the leadership to promote Monticello and the surrounding area Chamber Members. The Chamber will serve as a catalyst for the development of business and industry in the area and shall gather and disseminate information to its members and other interested parties in order to support a growing and progressive community.”

     Barnhart and Meyer join current MACC board members Maureen Gronstal, Bradley & Riley PC; Angie Meyer, Commander Building and Legacy Lanes; Ashley Faust, F&M Bank; and Rae Ann Manternach, Monticello Express and Shoppers’ Guide.

     The MACC, Inc. is a 501(c)(6) membership organization representing 140-plus individuals and organizations throughout the area. It works on behalf of its membership in the areas of economic development, community development, and member services. One of its most successful endeavors is the #ShopSmart #ShopLocal #ShopSmall Program, which reinvested over $68,000 into the economy through its Chamber Bucks program.


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