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Welcome to the Tri-County Area Chamber of Commerce

The Tri-County Area Chamber of Commerce supports 9 communities in Dickinson, Morris, and Marion counties: Burdick, Herington, Hope, Lincolnville, Lost Springs, Ramona, Tampa, White City, and Woodbine.  We are located in beautiful Central Kansas with convenient access to Fort Riley, Junction City, Manhattan, Wichita, and Salina.

Take a few minutes to explore the local area or find a member business. If you have any questions, comments, concerns or would just like to say hello, feel free to contact us! We'd love to hear from you.

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Herington Police Deparment is getting some love from our #shopsmallsaturday art work from USD 487 Herington Elementary Students! ... See MoreSee Less

Herington Police Deparment is getting some love from our #ShopSmallSaturday art work from USD 487 Herington Elementary Students!Image attachment

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SO GREAT!!!!!

UPS is hiring locally for 2 different positions. Please see the details below. For questions, call 785-628-1466. ... See MoreSee Less

UPS is hiring locally for 2 different positions. Please see the details below. For questions, call 785-628-1466.Image attachment

Students at Hope Elementary School took some time out of their day and shared with us about some of their favorite local businesses. We love doing this project and to see the children’s perspectives!

👀 for more art work from our local students coming up next!

#shopsmallsaturday #shopsmalleveryday #supportlocalbusinesses
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GREAT IDEA!!!!

We appreciate everyone's patience while we were closed due to sickness. But, we are back in business today! Angel Tree Applications are due at the end of the week so be sure to get those in as soon as possible. If there are any questions, please do not hesitate to call and ask.

Thank you!
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We appreciate everyones patience while we were closed due to sickness. But, we are back in business today! Angel Tree Applications are due at the end of the week so be sure to get those in as soon as possible. If there are any questions, please do not hesitate to call and ask.

Thank you!
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Upcoming Events

  • Nov
    20
    American Legion Monthly Meeting @6:30 pm
    American Legion Hall
  • Nov
    22
    VFW Bingo @6:30 pm
    VFW Post 1281
    101 East Main Street, Herington
  • Nov
    24
    German Sunday Lunches - VFW @12:00 pm
    VFW Post 1281
    101 East Main Street, Herington
  • Nov
    26
    Hospital Board of Trustees Meeting @6:00 pm
    Herington Hospital
    100 E. Helen Street, Herington
  • Nov
    26
    TOPS - Taking Off Pounds Sensibly @6:00 pm
    Herington Public Library
    102 S. Broadway, Herington
  • Nov
    27
    Catholic Charities Mobile Outreach @1:00 pm
    Herington Public Library
    102 S. Broadway, Herington

Chamber Blog

Small Business Saturday

By Kymberley Harper | October 25, 2018

Small Business Saturday plans are underway and we’re all pretty excited.  Chardy Magnett, Catherine, and myself have been busy getting ready, be sure and mark November 24 on your calendars.  A big thank you to Bri Peterson of Mid-Kansas Dance for the use of her building on that day.  All our members who do not…

Dynamic Duo in the House!

By Kymberley Harper | October 18, 2018

The Chamber’s Dynamic Duo is official! Monday, Catherine Stinnett joined the Chamber staff as our Member Relations/Events Coordinator. Catherine and her family moved to Herington the first time in February of 2013. In June of 2014, they left Herington for Bakersfield, California to take care of her husband’s mother.  Fortunately for our lovely community, she…

Fall is in the Air

By Kymberley Harper | October 9, 2018

Fall is here with a vengeance and I love it!  All the fall and Halloween decorations in Kay’s Pharmacy and Flowers by Vikki and Miss Lizzy’s makes my heart happy.  So do the pumpkins in front of Barnes Heartland Foods and all the warm and fuzzy clothes in Backroads Gifts and Apparel. You always know…