Thursday, July 18, 2024

Cathy Renfeldt

Cathy Renfeldt
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Cathy Renfeldt is the executive director for the Cordova Chamber of Commerce.

Iceworm’s humble beginnings

A couple of the “boys” were warding off the cold one night in 1961, and over classes of their favorite “anti-freeze” they discussed just...

Merry Christmas from the Cordova Historical Society!

This undated photo captures some holiday cheer in our town. Photo courtesy of the Cordova Historical Society.

Shorebird Festival celebrates intersections of birds and community

Join millions of shorebirds and migrate to Cordova, Alaska on May 5-8 2022. The 32nd annual Copper River Delta Shorebird Festival celebrates the magic of migration with presenters and artists from across the Pacific flyway.

Cordova Cleanup Day is back

The Cordova High School Student Council in conjunction with the Cordova Chamber of Commerce and community partners is pleased to announce that the annual community-wide event, Cordova Clean-Up Day, will return this year as an in-person one-day event 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 23.

A new twist on an annual tradition

Cordova Chamber of Commerce and Copper River Watershed Project along with the City of Cordova and community partners are pleased to announce the return of Cordova’s annual citywide Cleanup event. The group has reimagined Cleanup Day into a fresh, fun, weeklong team-based event.

Commentary: Cordova businesses meet challenge with innovation

With 42 registered attendees via Zoom and over 400 viewers on Facebook Live, the Cordova Chamber of Commerce's 2021 online Annual Meeting was better-attended than their normal in-person event.

Cafes, fish processors, mask makers awarded by chamber

This year the Cordova Chamber of Commerce launched the "Come Back Better" campaign, focused on helping local businesses embrace safety measures and overcome the challenges of the pandemic while finding ways to add equity to their business long-term.

Commentary: Cordova businesses rise to the challenge

It's encouraging to see so many Cordova businesses successfully meeting the economic challenges of the coronavirus pandemic, writes Cathy Renfeldt.

Commentary: Make your voice heard on draft AMHS schedule

The Cordova Chamber of Commerce asks Prince William Sound residents to comment on the Alaska Marine Highway System's draft winter operating plan.
The M/V Aurora departs the Cordova Ferry Terminal. (July 21, 2019) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The Cordova Times

Commentary: Share your view on the winter AMHS plan

Community members are encouraged to let the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities know how meager levels of ferry service would affect them, writes Cathy Renfeldt.