The Evergreen Area Chamber of Commerce is grateful
to these sponsors. These businesses are leaders in
our community and they recognize the value of their
membership in the Chamber, just as we recognize
theirs. Membership in the Chairman’s Circle offers the
most elite opportunities and is limited to 10 companies.
The investment level is $5,000. We encourage you to
support these businesses, as they play a major role in
supporting your chamber.
KAISER PERMANENTE COLORADO is a nonprofit, integrated
health care delivery system operated by Kaiser Foundation
Health Plan of Colorado and the Colorado Permanente Medi‑
cal Group (CPMG). Together we have provided comprehensive
health services to Kaiser Permanente members in Colorado for
45 years. Through a variety of efforts, including grant making,
sponsorships, volunteer work and community health initia‑
tives, our goal is to help Coloradans thrive. Our integrated
approach to health care delivery makes it easy for members to
connect with their caregivers and support services, whether
in person, online or by phone. With innovative Web‑based
tools through www.kp.org and the recently launched app for
mobile devices, members have access to the information in
their secure medical record, as well as tools to communicate
with their caregivers. My Health Manager on www.kp.org
gives members the ability to schedule appointments, check lab
results, order prescriptions and email their doctors.
SUPPORT THESE SPONSORS WHO SUPPORT YOUR CHAMBER!
IN OCTOBER 1958, under editor and publisher Vern Manning,
Smoke Signals became the Canyon Courier, an independent
weekly newspaper. The Courier started with an ambitious
goal: covering all news “from U.S. 40 on the north to Bailey
and beyond on the south, and from Mount Evans to the east
Jefferson County line.”
Today, the Courier focuses more tightly on the Evergreen
area, which has grown to become a large, thriving and eco‑
nomically diverse community. Our three sister newspapers—
the High Timber Times (Conifer), the Clear Creek Courant
(Clear Creek County) and the Columbine Courier (South Jeffer‑
son County)—now report on many of the areas that the original
Canyon Courier sought to cover.
Our goal as newspapers remains the same, however: unite
our communities with a reliable and local source of informa‑
tion, advertising and, now, online content.
WE HERE AT FirstBank are fortunate to
have financial stability, outstanding
employees, and the greatest customers we could ask for. We
owe our success to the core values we’ve held since we were
founded in 1963. Ever since, we’ve maintained a strong com‑
mitment to convenience, friendly and intelligent customer
service, and loyalty to our employees. FirstBank has grown
through consumer and commercial lending, innovative bank‑
ing products and services and a high regard for community
investment. FirstBank now has over $13 billion in assets and
over 115 locations in Colorado, Arizona, and California. We’re
still a growing company, but after 50 years, our commitment to
our customers and to our communities has not changed.