The Savage Chamber of Commerce was established in November 1964 as a nonprofit, volunteer organization. It seeks to unite business and professional people who are dedicated to the ongoing development and support of business activities, industrial opportunities, and civic enhancement of the Savage area. The Chamber offers its members a variety of events and programs that offer networking, training, and social opportunities throughout the year. In addition to its involvement with local businesses and government, the Chamber works directly with the community in a variety of ways.
The Chamber serves as a primary source of information for residents and businesses. The Chamber has made donations to significant community projects and events including; Dan Patch Historical Society, Scholarships, and High School Lock-Ins. The Chamber has over 235 members, represented by over 400 individuals from local businesses, education, government, and other various affiliations.
While most people are aware of breast cancer, many forget to take the steps to have a plan to detect the disease in its early stages and encourage others to do the same. We have made a lot of progress but still have a long way to go.
The American Cancer Society recommends women over 40 get a mammogram every year.
Appointments are available at St. Francis Health Services in Savage, St. Francis Health Services in Chaska, and in Shakopee at St Francis Regional Medical Center.
To schedule, call 952-428-2151.