Thursday, May 30, 2019 – 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. your Chamber will host the Annual Awards for Excellence in Education at the Doubletree Hotel by Hilton, 5000 Sierra Point Parkway, Brisbane California. This event recognizes and honor outstanding Brisbane Elementary School scholars (1) 5th Brisbane Elementary School graduate; (1) 5th grade Panorama Elementary School graduate; (2) Lipman Middle School graduates; outstanding high school graduates; and (1) exceptional educator in our school district. Thank you to the local businesses and concerned citizens who have unselfishly donated the thousands of dollars that will be awarded to our outstanding high school students to supplement their college funds. Donations are being sought for the scholarship fund. If you would like to help, please make your tax-deductible donation payable to the Brisbane Chamber of Commerce Scholarship Fund and mail to: Brisbane Chamber of Commerce, attn.: Scholarship Fund, 50 Park Place, Brisbane, CA 94005 or donate on-line at https://scholarshipdonation.eventbrite.com. Sponsored by Golden State Lumber.

Excellence in Education – Scholarship Awards

  Thursday, May 30, 2019 – 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. your Chamber will host the annual awards for Excellence in Education at the DoubleTree Hotel.. Read More

Wednesday, May 22, 11:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. the Chamber will host the Students in Business luncheon. At this luncheon, student teams will speak about their visits to local companies and what they learned at Mission Blue Center, 450 Mission Blue Drive. I also wish to thank the businesses for their generosity in hosting the middle school students. This business experience helps to make a valuable contribution to the education of our students. This program continues today with the support of our businesses. We thank you for your support of this valuable program. Sponsored by RECOLOGY.

Lipman Students in Business and Government Luncheon

Wednesday, May 22, 11:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. the Chamber will host the Students in Business luncheon. At this luncheon, student teams will speak about their.. Read More

Attend, Network with Business Leaders, Community Leaders and Our Neighbors at BiRite Foodservice Distributors located at 123 South HIll Drive Brisbane. FREE because of the generosity of our Sponsor: BiRite Foodservice Distributors www.birite.com Get great business leads, Referral opportunities. Be connected. Bring your business cards.

May NETwork@NITE @ BiRite Foodservice Distributors

Attend, Network with Business Leaders, Community Leaders and Our Neighbors at BiRite Foodservice Distributors located at 123 South HIll Drive Brisbane. Click here to download flyer... Read More

Join the Converstion – Creating Community Together 2

A report covering the first meeting is now available by clicking on the following: tinyurl.com/march21meetingreport ALL are welcome to attend this second community conversation, whether.. Read More

Jazz Festival Season Kicks Off At 7 Mile House With A Full Day Outdoor Event

The Bay Area’s historic 7 Mile House is producing the 2nd annual 7 Mile House Jazz Fest on Saturday, May 4, 2019 from 12pm-12am. The.. Read More

FREE SAN MATEO COUNTY FINANCIAL LITERACY WORKSHOP

STATE TREASURER FIONA MA, CPA  AND SUPERVISOR DAVID J. CANEPA PRESENTS: FREE SAN MATEO COUNTY FINANCIAL LITERACY WORKSHOP                 TOPICS INCLUDE:             .. Read More

The professionals at the Brisbane Chiropractic treat everything from muscle aches to disc injuries and arthritis to headaches and everything in between.

Be Well, Live Well, Move Well

Be Well, Live Well, Move Well BY: ALISON WILSON, Brisbane Chamber Director Marketing / Sales alison@brisbanechamber.org, 415-640-9875 Dr. Michael Abney, Brisbane’s very own chiropractor started.. Read More

The Bay Area’s historic 7 Mile House is producing their second annual 7 Mile House Jazz Fest on Saturday, May 4, 2019 from 12pm-12am.

Jazz Festival Season Kicks Off At 7 Mile House with A Full Day Outdoor Event

JAZZ FESTIVAL SEASON KICKS OFF AT 7 MILE HOUSE with a FULL DAY OUTDOOR EVENT Featuring Local Bay Area Jazz Greats and Jazz Awards Hosted.. Read More

City Recognizes Mitch Bull On behalf of the city council, I have the pleasure of recognizing Mitch Bull for his years of service to the Brisbane Chamber of Commerce.

City Recognizes Mitch Bull

City Recognizes Mitch Bull By: Mayor Madison Davis, City of Brisbane,  madisondavis@ci.brisbane.ca.us, 415-706-5276 City Recognizes Mitch Bull On behalf of the city council, I have.. Read More

Skyline College awarded $50,000 for Promise Scholars Program

Skyline College awarded $50,000 for Promise Scholars Program By: David J. Canepa San Mateo County District 5 Supervisor, dcanepa@smcgov.org, 650-363-4572 I was proud to award.. Read More

Excellence in Education 2018 in Brisbane California. Back row L. to R. President and CEO Mitch Bull Brisbane Chamber of Commerce; Nelson Guanzon, Junipero Serra High School, San Mateo; Superintendent, Ronan Collver, Brisbane School District; Svea Listmann, Terra Nova High School, Pacifica; Nichika O’Malley, Design Tech High School, Redwood City; Ida Funke, French-American High School, San Francisco; Brianna Abney, Terra Nova High School, Pacifica; Kyra Lemmelin, Mercy High School, San Francisco; San Mateo County Supervisor David Canepa, District 5. Middle Row: Joseph Sid, Westmoor High School, Daly City; 5th Grade Teacher Janine Lee, Brisbane Elementary School; Front Row: L. to R. Anna Zavodnik, Brisbane Elementary School; Outstanding Student Zuzu Lorentzen, Lipman Middle School; Michael Co, Lipman Middle School; and Julio Molina, Panorama Elementary School. Not in photograph because of conflict with High School Activity are: Malcolm Barnes, Shasta Charter High School, Daly City; Brianna Castaneda; Christian Brothers High School, Sacramento; Luke Conti, Shasta Charter High School, Daly City; Zachary Hui, Shasta Charter High School, Daly City; and Ariana Margate, Oceana High School, Pacifica.

Education Makes a Difference …

EDUCATION MAKES A DIFFERENCE … BY: BRUCE BONAR, Brisbane Chamber of Commerce Board Chair, bruce@brisbanechamber.org, 415-467-7283 Spring is in full swing. I would like to.. Read More

The 2019 Brisbane Criterium will be held this year on June 22nd. There are 10 different categories of racing on offer for riders across ages from 18 - over 55. Both Men and Women enjoy equal prize money in all categories and the racing is fast and furious thanks to numerous primes on offer. Races range from 30 - 70 minutes in length depending on experience level. The top Women’s Pro race is set to launch into 50 minutes of racing at 11am, while the mens Pro field rounds out the day with 70 minutes of high paced action starting at 4:30pm. To learn more about the event, including volunteer and partnership opportunities, visit Peninsula Velo online at https://penvelo.org/brisbane-criterium/

Bikes and Brisbane

Bikes and Brisbane By: Matt McNamara, Race Director for the Brisbane Criterium, sterlingspeed@gmail.com Cycling fans, Mark June 22nd on your calendar! The 2nd Annual Peninsula.. Read More

Blair’s Rangers

BLAIR’S RANGERS BY: Dolores Gomez, Brisbane historian, brischic@sonic.net A veteran of WWI, Linwood “Sarge” Blair married his Russian war bride Vera. They settled in Brisbane.. Read More

Ms. Richardson, who started with the school district in 2016 and travels between Panorama, Brisbane Elementary and Lipman Middle School, presented on the “String Pilot Program”, a program she started at Lipman Middle School at the beginning of the school year. Ms. Richardson explained that the reason for starting a string orchestra is supported by the fact that “A string orchestra will allow for the maximum engagement of students because of the similarities of techniques across the string instrument family.

Bringing the Band to Brisbane

Bringing the Band to Brisbane By: Raul Alcaraz, Brisbane Elementary School District Board Trustee, raul@race.com As a trustee on the Brisbane School District Board, part.. Read More

Talk About Debt

TALK ABOUT DEBT By: Curtis Roe, Director of Finance, Purcell Murray Company, croe@purcellmurray.com Sometimes I hear stories on the news and it gets me thinking... Read More