Homer Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center board of director President Kari Ann Baker unveils the cover of the 2018 tourism and recreation guide at the chamber’s annual meeting on Tuesday at the Best Western Bidarka Inn. The cover photo was taken by Collin Walker and picked in a contest held by the chamber. (Photo by Michael Armstrong, Homer News)

Homer Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center board of director President Kari Ann Baker unveils the cover of the 2018 tourism and recreation guide at the chamber’s annual meeting on Tuesday at the Best Western Bidarka Inn. The cover photo was taken by Collin Walker and picked in a contest held by the chamber. (Photo by Michael Armstrong, Homer News)

Chamber unveils new tourism guide cover

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  • Thursday, January 18, 2018 11:55am
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A full house of members attended the annual meeting of the Homer Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center held Tuesday at the Best Western Bidarka Inn. Chamber director Debbie Speakman introduced new and returning board members and announced the winners of the chamber’s photo contest. Board President Kari Ann Baker also unveiled the cover of the 2018 tourism and recreation guide, with an image of a soaring eagle by photographer Collin Walker.

New and returning members of the Homer Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center board of director pose in front of a poster of the new chamber tourism guide after the chamber’s annual meeting on Tuesday at the Best Western Bidarka Inn. From left to right are Tom Soderhol; Alita Martin; Nelton Palma; Kari Dendurent; Jenny Carroll, advisor from the City of Homer; Melanie Dufour; Patrick Mede; Adrienne Sweeney; Kari Ann Baker, President; and Brad Conley. (Photo by Michael Armstrong, Homer News)

New and returning members of the Homer Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center board of director pose in front of a poster of the new chamber tourism guide after the chamber’s annual meeting on Tuesday at the Best Western Bidarka Inn. From left to right are Tom Soderhol; Alita Martin; Nelton Palma; Kari Dendurent; Jenny Carroll, advisor from the City of Homer; Melanie Dufour; Patrick Mede; Adrienne Sweeney; Kari Ann Baker, President; and Brad Conley. (Photo by Michael Armstrong, Homer News)

Homer Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center board of director President Kari Ann Baker unveils the cover of the 2018 tourism and recreation guide at the chamber’s annual meeting on Tuesday at the Best Western Bidarka Inn. The cover photo was taken by Collin Walker and picked in a contest held by the chamber. (Photo by Michael Armstrong, Homer News)

Homer Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center board of director President Kari Ann Baker unveils the cover of the 2018 tourism and recreation guide at the chamber’s annual meeting on Tuesday at the Best Western Bidarka Inn. The cover photo was taken by Collin Walker and picked in a contest held by the chamber. (Photo by Michael Armstrong, Homer News)

Photo by Michael Armstrong/Homer News New and returning members of the Homer Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center board of director pose in front of a poster of the new chamber tourism guide after the chamber’s annual meeting on Tuesday at the Best Western Bidarka Inn. From left to right are Tom Soderholm; Alita Martin; Nelton Palma; Kari Dendurent; Jenny Carroll, advisory member representing the City of Homer; Melanie Dufour; Patrick Mede; Adrienne Sweeney; Keri-Ann Baker, President; and Brad Conley. A full house of members attended the annual meeting. Chamber director Debbie Speakman introduced new and returning board members and announced the winners of the chamber’s photo contest. Board President Baker also unveiled the cover of the 2018 tourism and recreation guide, with an image of a soaring eagle by photographer Collin Walker.

Photo by Michael Armstrong/Homer News New and returning members of the Homer Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center board of director pose in front of a poster of the new chamber tourism guide after the chamber’s annual meeting on Tuesday at the Best Western Bidarka Inn. From left to right are Tom Soderholm; Alita Martin; Nelton Palma; Kari Dendurent; Jenny Carroll, advisory member representing the City of Homer; Melanie Dufour; Patrick Mede; Adrienne Sweeney; Keri-Ann Baker, President; and Brad Conley. A full house of members attended the annual meeting. Chamber director Debbie Speakman introduced new and returning board members and announced the winners of the chamber’s photo contest. Board President Baker also unveiled the cover of the 2018 tourism and recreation guide, with an image of a soaring eagle by photographer Collin Walker.

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