Welcome to

The Jay, Livermore, Livermore Falls Chamber of Commerce

Our Mission-

We facilitate economic growth, support our communities, and promote opportunities for prosperity in our area.

Our Vision-

We envision a thriving community of diverse businesses and cultural events with positive values and purpose.


Upcoming events

24 Jan 2020 5:00 PM • Camp CenterStage @ Maple Lane


Old Bridge on the Androscoggin at Pine Island

The Jay, Livermore, Livermore Falls Chamber of Commerce welcomes you to our beautiful rural Maine community. Our towns- Jay, Livermore and Livermore Falls, have all one needs: fine schools, nearby hospitals and medical centers, higher educational opportunities, innovative town governments, as well as police and fire protection. We also boast a civic spirit that encourages everything from high school sports to July 4th fireworks, harvest festivals, historical celebrations, farmers markets, as well as the nurturing of a growing business climate.Our Chamber continues to connect local businesses and the social interests of the community. We encourage and look toward to increased participation by the business community and individuals in the future. 

2019  Monthly Breakfast Meetings 7-9 am (LaFleur’s)





Sponsor ($200)

February 7

Holland Strong- Deb Roberts

Bob Berry- Practical Handling of $ for Small Business

March 7

Fayette Baptist Church- Chris Blanche, Shoulder to shoulder program

Gerry Nelson-

Intro to SCORE

April 4

SMART Robotics- student presentation

Merry St. Pierre- Marketing and advertising from websites to digital and radio

May 2

BJL Build- Ben Lower

Dana Connors-Maine State Chamber of Commerce

June 6

United Way of Tri Valley Area-Kendra

Angela Arno- Further North

Consulting, Market yourself to your audience

August 1

Lions Club International- Bruce Jellison (the largest service foundation in the world)


waiting to confirm availability for guest speaker

stay tuned..


Sept. 5

Rebecca Webber-

Employee issues

October 3

Spruce Mountain Pharmacy- Steve Maki

Andrea Richard-handbook policies (Healthy Comm. Coalition)

November 7

Robyn Raymond-workforce development options and business partnerships through Spruce Mtn Adult Ed.


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