“The Calaveras County Chamber of Commerce will promote and actively achieve Calaveras County economic prosperity and community sustainability. This site is designed for both the established business and those considering locating in Calaveras County. A great deal of information is provided about the Chamber programs and the county’s diversified economy and quality of life. Advocacy The Chamber will work hard to represent business interests with government, build a stringer economy and work to improve our local business climate. The Chamber is the County’s largest business membership organization representing more than 300 companies and individuals who are committed to making a difference in Calaveras County. The Chamber helps implement plans for a better community and county.”
The Calaveras Visitors Bureau (CVB) is a non-profit association responsible for marketing Calaveras County as a destination for individual and group travelers and for enhancing their experience. Our mission is “to serve our members and community by supporting sustainable economic growth through the promotion of tourism in Calaveras County.”
We operate a visitor center in downtown Angels Camp located at 1192 South Main Street and are open 7 days a week, year round: Monday – Saturday 9 am to 5 pm, Sunday 11 am – 4 pm. You can contact us by calling 209-736-0049 or 1-800-225-3764 or emailing email@example.com.
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The Club is a social organization and membership is open to all local and newcomer women residing in Calaveras County and the surrounding areas regardless of how long she has resided in the county. Monthly luncheon meetings, along with interesting speakers, are held on the fourth Thursday of the month.
The mission of Quilts of Honor is to bestow a universal symbol and token of thanks, solace, and remembrance to those who serve in harm’s way to protect and defend our lives and freedoms.
Quilts of Honor are made by the loving hands of countless volunteers who wish to thank those who have served and to honor their service and sacrifice.
The Valley Springs Area Business Association (VSABA) was formed in 1983 by a group of citizens and merchants from Burson, Wallace, Valley Springs and Rancho Calaveras areas. They joined together for the mutual benefit of their communities, and in 1984, The Valley Springs Area Business Association was founded as a non-profit corporation.
Who We Are
Today, the VSABA boasts a large active membership made up of people from the business, working and retirement communities united in promoting a better environment and image for our area. ABA’s membership is joined for the mutual benefit of our business community through monthly luncheons, mixers, referrals and other events.