Jennifer Cowan

Business after Business at Fireseide Inn

Members of the Castlegar Chamber of Commerce met at the Fireseide Inn Thursday night for Business After Business.

Members of the Castlegar Chamber of Commerce met at the Fireseide Inn Thursday night for Business After Business.

The monthly event was co-hosted by the Fireside Inn, the Grand Bhudda Bistro and Black Press (publisher of Castlegar News and other regional papers).

Chamber members mingled and enjoyed food prepared by Grand Bhuddha, including a spicey, but sweet curry served over rice, salad rolls with peanut sauce, chicken satay, sprinrolls, oysters, chicken wings and three different kinds of bubble tea.

The event was a chance for members to not only learn more about the host members, but to network and have fun. It also raised some money for the Castlegar food bank through a kindness meter.

 

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