Keeping things lively in the community is a tough job but it is no match for Linda Allen, the Executive Director of the Greater Taylorville Area Chamber of Commerce. She appeared on the WTIM Morning Show to discuss upcoming events and all the good that the commerce does for the local citizens, calling her department, "the front door of the community".
Events like the upcoming banquet will feature a Family Feud style game show that is anything but mundane.
The events held by the Greater Taylorville Area Chamber of Commerce get local not-for-profit organizations involved. These are organizations that help the community even when no one is looking. Linda Allen speaks about Missions of Taylorville and the great work they have contributed and how the commerce will pay it forward.
Mission of Taylorville is just one of the not-for-profit organizations being recognized. The sights are now set on the 38th annual Chili Fest, happening here in Taylorville. Sponsors, taste testers and two days of unique eats are the things that the Greater Taylorville Area Chamber Commerce are working on.
Things are always moving for Linda Allen and her team. A new painting initiative is in the works that Allen and the Chamber of Commerce are excited for. Taylorville Commerce will help out during the "Kincaid Paint the Streets'' event to better understand its implementation for the Taylorville community.
To not miss out on any of the summer events visit, http://taylorvillechamber.com/.
Linda Allen appeared as a guest on the WTIM Morning Show.