The Greater Harrison Chamber of Commerce will have its inaugural golf outing Sept. 11 at Circling Hills Golf Course. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Harrison’s first responders.

“In the face of danger, they are on the front line,” said GHCC Chairman Jim Kinnett. “Even in times of peace, they ensure the protocol and equipment is in place to maintain order and accommodate emergency situations. Their work is integral to our mission of supporting growth and prosperity.”

“We live in challenging times, facing threats to our American way of life coming from external and internal forces,” said Harrison Police Chief Charles Lindsay. “I wish to thank this community for its overwhelming generosity, donations and words of support and encouragement toward all Harrison first responders. It is greatly appreciated. Only with your help and support can we keep our community safe.”

911 Steel, a traveling memorial to the Sept. 11, 2001 tragedy and the resiliency of America, will be on site to commemorate the occasion.

Sponsorship opportunities are available and golfer registration will be available soon. Inquiries can be sent to GHCC Golf Outing Chair Mark Hildebrand at or (513) 202-5797.

The Greater Harrison Chamber was founded in 2014, “To Promote the Prosperity of the Greater Harrison Business Community.” Community members wanted an organization that focused on the development and support of the local business community and to provide a voice for local businesses to city, county, state and national government. The Chamber also provides educational forums, networking, leadership development, marketing opportunities and benefit programs.


Mark Hildebrand 

Sara Cullin