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Sebring Chamber looking for new president

SEBRING - Steve Nyhan has resigned from the Sebring Chamber of Commerce.

"It is with a heavy heart," he wrote to members, "that I must inform you that I have notified the board of my resignation. I made this decision with the support of my family, due to some health issues that I have had this past year."

He will pursue a position that is "less demanding," he said. Nyhan was the sixth president in nine years. He will stay until January while a replacement is found.

Heartland Workforce is accepting applications for CEO through 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 27, said board chair Rob Reed. Candidates must possess a dynamic personality and have excellent marketing, administrative and organizational skills.

The Greater Sebring Chamber of Commerce is a local not-for-profit organized in 1914 to serve the community through industrial and business development, tourist and trade area promotion, civic activities, community services, and governmental affairs.

The chamber serves 600 members from two offices: a Welcome Center at 227 U.S. 27 N., and downtown at 309 Circle Park Drive.

More info about the Sebring Chamber: www.Sebring.org

Questions about the Sebring Chamber's search: Rob Reed, 227 US 27 N. Sebring, FL 33870, (863) 385-8448 or fax (863) 385-8810.

Contact Heartland Workforce at 5901 US Highway 27 South, Sebring, or email to lgriffin@hwib.org