The Chamber is asking for your input on Citizen of the Year and Business of the year…….
The Seneca Area Chamber of Commerce will be giving two awards during the Christmas Parade in December. This year we will be accepting nominations from the business community and the community. The awards will be given are Seneca Area Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year and the Seneca Area Chamber of Commerce Business of the year. If you know someone or a business that is deserving of one of these awards please fill out the form and submit it to the Chamber.
Home Coming – Friday, Sept. 23rd
The Seneca Indians will be playing the Aurora Hound Dogs
There will be a Home Coming Parade starting at 12:30 with a pep rally being held at Cherokee and Delaware St. This years parade will be announced in front of the Campbell-Biddlecome Funeral Home with awards being given out at the announcers stand. KNEO sports will be videoing the parade this year. You can watch the parade by clicking on the live video feed link from the Seneca Area Chamber of Commerce’s web site.
Seneca Marching Festival-
Saturday, Sept 24th
Seneca Bands will be hosting the 3rd Annual Marching Festival, Saturday, September 24th at the Earl D. Campbell Stadium starting at 1:00 pm. There will be 9 bands performing in competition from 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm and finals will start at 6:00 pm ending at 7:20 pm. The award assembly will be held at 7:50 pm. This event is open to the public.
Watch live Seneca High School sports and events ….
For more information & pictures on the round-about
go to city news / 43 & 60
For more information & pictures on Love Seneca Event
go to city news / love seneca
The City of Seneca places city ordinances online ….
The Seneca City Council in cooperation with the Seneca Area Chamber of Commerce has placed the City of Seneca Ordinances, Seneca City Council Meeting Minutes and other important city documentation online.
Seneca City Clerk Cyndy Hutchings stated “placing ordinances online will make it easier for the community and contractors to find the city ordinances.” According to Hutchings city hall receives several request a month about city ordinances. Until now Hutchings would have to physically look up the ordinances and photo copy the ordinance (s) for the person requesting them. The new online version makes searching the ordinance’s quicker and allows you to print, down load a pdf, email and share the information through social media. Not only is this upgrade going to be a helpful tool for the community it will benefit City Council Members by allowing them to have the ordinances at their fingertips 24/7.