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Owner William Stimple does the ceremonial honors at a ribbon cutting of his business, Visalia Remodeling/Simple Plumbing, on March 14 at the Exeter Chamber of Commerce’s office. For more information about the company, call Stimple at 559-594-1041. To hold a ribbon cutting, call the chamber at 559-592-2919.

 

Superior Court honors Judge Glade F. Roper for community service

The Tulare County Superior Court honored Judge Glade Roper on Thursday, during their regularly scheduled Judges’ meeting, for his outreach and service to the community.

Judge Roper regularly takes time from his schedule to speak to local service organizations and clubs about current topics of interest including the court’s budget, the new South County Justice Center, Drug Court and Mental Health Court. Judge Roper also travels the country to bring awareness to drug addiction and often speaks at Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and conferences throughout the county. Judge Roper was instrumental in creating the Tulare County Adult Drug Court in 1996 and is the author of several published articles as well as a book entitled Drug Courts: A New Approach to Treatment and Rehabilitation. Since its inception, the Tulare County Drug Court program has graduated over 2,290 participants.

Judge Roper has served as past president of the Porterville Rotary Club and also served on the boards of the Chamber of Commerce, Tulare County Bar Association, California Conservation Corps Advisory Board, the California Association of Drug Court Professionals, the Alcohol and Drug Problems Association of North America and the Porterville Sheltered Workshop.

Judge Roper was appointed to the bench in 1989 and is currently assigned to the Porterville Division where he hears both civil and criminal cases.

 

Exeter Chamber holds Member Breakast on March 21

The Exeter Chamber of Commerce will hold its 7th Annual Member Breakfast at 7:30 a.m. on Thursday, March 21 at the Exeter Memorial Building, 324 N. Kaweah in Exeter. The event includes breakfast and a program, Technology “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” featuring a panel of local experts.

Breakfast is FREE to Chamber members and only $10 for future members. Call the Chamber and RSVP today 559-592-2919.

The event is sponsored by ABC Bookkeeping and Tax Services, Inc., Hometown Emporium, Kristie Brasiel’s Dazzle & Tricia Kirksey Real Estate.

The panel of local experts is preparing some great information for you on Technology “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”! Send you questions in advance chamber@exeterchamber.com and get your answers at our FREE breakfast on March 21.

Some ideas … Internet Fraud? Social Media? QR Codes? Email Marketing? Equipment Maintenance?

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