Banquet on March 30 | Everyday heroes theme for Kremmling Days
The Kremmling Chamber has welcomed four new faces to its Board adding expertise and diversity.
Angie Munoz, moved to Kremmling in 1999. Since moving to Kremmling, she has been a business owner and served at the West Grand School District in many capacities – being fluent in Spanish she is often in high demand She owned and operated El Milagro, a Mexican store in Kremmling. It offered money transfer services, phones cards to call Mexico and other specialty items. She then returned to the school full-time after closing her business. “I want to gain knowledge of how town businesses run,” she says of being on the board. She also hopes to provide a bridge between the Mexican culture and Kremmling traditions.
Cindy Multerer has lived in Kremmling for the last 20 years and is the mother of two teenage sons. She was a regular volunteer at the Chamber before becoming a board member. She is currently the Human Resources Business Partner at Middle Park Health. Multerer looks forward to building relationships within the community in her board position. “We want our experiences in Kremmling to be positive for our residents and visitors alike, and to do that takes new volunteers with fresh energy. I thought it was a great opportunity to dedicate my time and give back to the community that I love,” said Multerer. Dillon Willson, the board’s only male currently, is the fifth generation of his family to live in Kremmling. He is a graduate of West Grand and attended Colorado North wester n Community College before returning to Kremmling. He currently works for the Town of Kremmling in the Public Works Department. He has also shown an entrepreneurial spirit and will be the owner of a new beer tap trailer, Thirsty Dill’s. He emphasized he wanted to serve on the Board to be a positive change. “Too many people complain without giving their time,” he said hoping to give more of his own time.
Shyla Bohall is perhaps the most experienced with Chamber business. She served as the administrative assistant at the Chamber for five years before leaving Kremmling for a brief spell to work in a Denver sewing and fabric shop. She has lived in Kremmling since 2004 and is currently the office and hospitality manager at Blue Valley Ranch. She says of her new board role, “I wanted to get back involved with the community. Having been involved with the Chamber for five years previously, and seen the impact it has on the Town, I wanted to be part of that change again.”
They join board members Dawna Heller and Jody Preston. (Dave Skinner may also be returning to the board after a hiatus.) In upcoming events, the Chamber will host their banquet on Saturday, March 30, beginning at 6 p.m. at the CSU Extension Hall. Attendees are encouraged (but not required) to wear 80’s themed attire. Features include a comedy hypnotist, karaoke and dancing, silent auction, cash bar, and a buffet by Los Amigos. Cost is $35 for members, $40 for non-members.
Then the Chamber’s focus will move onto their annual Easter egg hunt, Cinco De Mayo celebration and Kremmling Days June 14-16 with a theme of Everyday Heroes.