The Chamber provides opportunities to its members that are not available to the public. Such occasions include events and fund raisers, educational development seminars, gatherings for networking and more . . . all Chamber members.

Annual Buffalo Chamber Membership Banquet

First Chamber event of the year, this annual event is full of fun and prizes. Each year the decorations, games, and food follow a theme. Members are encouraged to dress up and participate in the fund raising Chamber event through the live auction, silent auction, table decorating contest, raffle and more. To share in the opportunity become a sponsor or donate a raffle item.

This event is held every fourth Thursday in January.

2025: Thursday, January 30

Buffalo Chamber Academic Luncheon

Chamber members sponsor and support our future leaders. Businesses have enjoyed this annual event for decades and it’s so simple! Pay for your lunch and a senior or two and enjoy getting to know the students, hearing of their future academic plans, enjoy some music by the high school stage band all while enjoying a semi formal lunch. Be ready come mid April when the list goes out to Chamber members. Many members know a senior high student they would like to sponsor and are fast and furious about getting the sponsorship form in. If you don’t know a senior - it’s a great way to get to know one. This event is also where the scholarship winners, as funded by the Golf Scramble, are announced.

This Chamber Member only event is held mid-May.

2025: Wednesday, May TBD

Annual Buffalo Chamber Scholarship Golf Scramble

Annual Buffalo Chamber Scholarship Golf Scramble is a time to enjoy the spring air, a time for socializing, and a time to bring out your competitive edge. Part of the proceeds of this annual fundraiser are used for four Buffalo high school scholarships

This event is held the Thursday after Memorial Day at Wild Marsh Golf Course.

2025: Thursday, May 29

Trainings and Seminars

State of the City/County/School

Hear from our local leaders what is happening in our community. From exciting changes to statistics and facts on our city and county.

  • City of Buffalo Mayor, Teri Lachermeier
  • City of Buffalo, Taylor Gronau, City Administrator
  • Buffalo Police Department, Chief Pat Budke
  • Wright County Sheriff’s Office, Chief Deputy Matt Treichler
  • Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose Schools, Superintendent Scott Thielman
  • Wright Technical Center, Brian Koslofsky

Click here to for the video of the 2023 presentation.

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