A vibrant business community with an excellent quality of life
for all residents.

The Marion Chamber of Commerce works to promote commercial
and economic growth and to foster civic improvements that benefit those who live in Marion.

Click on the image above to view a video of this year’s Small Fry Triathlon and see what fun is all about! (Note: This link will take you to the Smilebox site, where we created our video and will take a few seconds to load.)
Thanks to everyone who participated and to our sponsors:
Willowbend at Marion
In Goode Hands
Lisa O’Neal

The Marion Chamber Foundation recently announced the formation of the Jana Blackford Memorial Scholarship. Mrs. Blackford, in the photo top left, was a respected and loved member of the Marion High School faculty who, through her Medical Professional Education classes, encouraged over 1,800 students to consider a career in the medical profession. The $25,000 scholarship will be awarded to a Crittenden County student pursuing a career in the medical field beginning with the class of 2018. Also pictured above are (middle photo l-r) Ranny & Maurice Shortnacy, LeeAnne Swindler, daughter-in-law Mallarie & son John Blackford, Reagan Davis-Chamber Foundation Board Chairman, Tracy Brick Marion Chamber of Commerce Events & Membership Director, Lincoln Daniels-MHS Principal, daughter Erica Blackford Dent, and husband Johnny Blackford. Also pictured bottom left are Earle High School counselor Felicia Watson and Marion High School Temmerril Gilliam.

View this week’s online newsletter, Marion Matters, for more information about what’s going on at the Marion Chamber and in our community.