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Very active in community affairs, Hank was a member of the Victoria Junior Chamber of Commerce receiving a Senatorship and Life Membership in 1965, as well as Chairman of the Boy Scouts Group Committee and Project Chairman of the Victoria Centennial Committee.
He has also been involved as a member of the Wisconsin World Trade Association, was the State Treasurer of the Wisconsin Junior Chamber of Commerce (Jaycees), a Past President of the Cedarburg Junior Chamber of Commerce, and an Assistant Scout Master for the Boy Scouts of America, in Grafton, Wisconsin.
The future indeed, yet this takes me back 46 years to 1964 when I was the president of the Cardiff Junior Chamber of Commerce.
Byline: Paul Delplanque TAKE THREE GIRLS: More than 80 secretaries took part in a one-day seminar organised by Teesside Junior Chamber of Commerce at the Billingham Arms Hotel in April 1969.
Mr Dean, who has arrived from Ward Hadaway, is president of the Junior Chamber of Commerce for the North East of England and a council member for NECC.
Members of the Birmingham branch of the Junior Chamber of Commerce organised the event to debate a host of issues, including the aftermath of the July 7 bombings in London.
Byline: Neil Hodgson A JUNIOR chamber of commerce is being created in Liverpool, one of only 50 in the UK, to provide youngsters with a taste of working life.
Her study draws on interviews with winners, and histories of the Honolulu Japanese Junior Chamber of Commerce and other organizations.