• New Member Spotlight

    Member Spotlight – Get to Know your Neighbors The Greater Ruby Valley Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture is pleased to introduce two of our newest members. Help us welcome:   Country Characters Check out this new directory listing to find a variety of unique handcrafted items ranging from rocking horses and tole-painted items, to plasma-cut […]

  • Business Expo and Senior Pro Rodeo

    “Buy Local Expo” – Saturday, May 7th The Greater Ruby Valley Chamber of Commerce is preparing for the 9th Buy Local Expo on Saturday May 7th at the Madison County Fairgrounds in Twin Bridges. Free vendor space is provided for those members who have renewed their memberships by April 1, 2016. Any Chamber member wanting […]

  • Chamber Marketing Postcards

    New oversized postcards marketing the Greater Ruby Valley Chamber area are here! And they are gorgeous! If you are a member storefront, lodging or outfitter facility, or other business with opportunity to distribute counter-top marketing materials, this printing of cards is available for free. Members will be limited to 10 free cards until we determine […]

  • Rancher Round-Table – Fertigation/Irrigation

    Madison-Jefferson Extension presenting Rancher Round-Table for March.  Join your neighbors at the Wagon Wheel Steakhouse & BBQ in Twin Bridges on Tuesday, March 22nd at 1:00 PM to learn how your irrigation system can be used for “FERTIGATION” Lunch provided by Murdochs. Please RSVP by noon, March 18, 2016 by calling Madison-Jefferson  Extension office 287-3282. Meals cannot be guaranteed […]

  • New Feature

    Member Spotlight – Get to Know your Neighbors It’s long overdue. The Chamber has such a diverse array of business members, we want to turn the spotlight on as many as we can. You may be amazed at the nuggets we turn up. Watch our Chamber Updates and Facebook page to see member introductions of […]

  • Historic Barns of Montana

    If you enjoy old barns and the history behind them, don’t miss this presentation sponsored by the Friends of the Sheridan Library. The photography for the 2011 Montana-based book is breath-taking, and the stories and craftsmanship behind these barns are fascinating. Hosted at the Sheridan Public Library. Free and open to the public. Sunday, February […]