Members & Sponsors

Our efforts are made possible because of all of our generous sponsors. Businesses and individuals can become a sponsor through general monetary donations, sponsoring specific events, or donations of goods or services. Would you or your business like to become a sponsor? Click the link below to submit your contact information, and a member of our board will reach out to you soon to discuss sponsorship options that will fit your needs. Thank you for your support!

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Many of you have shared that you are interested in helping us with our mission and want to be part of the amazing things we are doing. Well, we’ve heard you! We are offer a membership program so you can directly support the work we do. It also has some great benefits; CHA swag, an exclusive quarterly membership newsletter, and surprise member special deals! The program has two levels, annual and lifetime. You can join today, an annual membership is $35, or become a lifetime member for $500! Make sure to read below about a Lifetime Member and new Advisory Chair, Joe Bailey!

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Advisory Board Council Chair – Joe Bailey

Joe Bailey has been in the community for 32 years. Originally from New Orleans he moved to McMinnville in 1990.  Joe worked for Evergreen Airlines and traveled all over the world, The Middle East, South America, Australia, Africa, and Asia.  Joe has been working for Cascade Steel for the past 26 years.
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Because of his many years in the community combined with his love of whiskey, Joe is well known to the small business owners.  You can find him sipping on a whiskey and talking to visitors about what to do in McMinnville.

Joe became involved with the CHA several years ago by volunteering at the Scottish Festival at the asking of his good friend/brother, Ricky.  During this time, Joe started to research his family heritage.  As a New Orleanian, he remembers his grandmother speaking French, so he never assumed anything other, than maybe Irish due to his last name. Joe has since learned he is 32% Scottish and 17% Irish. He is proud to wear his family’s tartan, Baillie as well as the Navy tartan. Joe served in the Navy during the mid-70’s.

When he is not at work, Joe enjoys spending time with his wife Jonielle, daughter Leah, son-n-law Kenny and four grandchildren, Hunter, Molly, Liam and Lukas.  If he is not at home, you can find him riding his Harley, on the golf course, or sailing with friends on Lake Ponchatrain. Read Less

Thank you for helping us put the “Mac” back in McMinnville!