The Dayton Chamber of Commerce, in lieu of an arranged guest speaker, used the Dec. 4 membership to fellowship and celebrate the Christmas season.
Members enjoyed a meal of soups, salads and desserts prepared by Chamber Ambassadors and then enjoyed games and door prizes.
Below are some of the photos taken at the luncheon:
Kristy Fontenette tries to pick the right cup in the Dayton Chamber’s Naughty or Nice game at the Dec. 4 luncheon.
Kristy Fontenette appears to not be amused to get a naughty note in the Dayton Chamber’s Naught or Nice game at the Dec. 4 luncheon.
Susan Giberson lets her granddaughter, McKenzie, pick the right cup in a “Naughty or Nice” game at the Dayton Chamber luncheon on Dec. 4 at the Dayton Community Center.
Tonya Smikal struggled to punch through the paper to get the prize in a “Naughty or Nice” game at the Dayton Chamber luncheon on Dec. 4. In the end, she picked the wrong cup – putting her hand into a naughty cup.
Tonya Smikal holds up the note she received in a “Naughty or Nice” game at the Dayton Chamber luncheon on Dec. 4. The note said she was naughty for not attending enough Business After Hours events held by the chamber.
Dayton Mayor Pro Tem John Johnson plays “Naughty or Nice” at the Dayton Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Dec. 5. Guests were asked to punch through the paper covering a cup holding candy if they were nice and coal if they were naughty. The naughty ones also received a note telling them to attend more chamber gatherings.
Paula Moorhaj, chamber director, and Dayton Mayor Pro Tem John Johnson are assisted by student ambassadors in handing out door prizes at the Dec. 4 chamber luncheon.
Guests at the Dayton Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Dec. 4 gathered for a group photo.
Dayton Chamber of Commerce ambassadors prepare a holiday feast for guests at the Dec. 4 chamber luncheon.