New Member: Leon’s Hand Popped Kettle Corn pleased the crowd with fresh kettle and caramel corn. Leon is regarded as having the best kettle corn in Colorado. He is also the newest member of the Chamber.

Bartenders: The Caddy Girls, Ashlie, left, and Amanda, were on hand to bartend at the latest Chamber event at Creekside Park in Glendale, on September 14, 2021.

Happy Attendees: Deena James, Hampton Inn; Robert Ruhl, and Alison Benedict take timeout to pose for a photo at Creekside Park.

Chris Klapp, Unibell Financial Inc.; Stephanie Ahle, Capital Property Group; and Frank Farrell, Hendricks & Partners, network at the most recent Chamber event.

Board Members: David Peterson, Bull & Bush and Chamber Board Member, left, and Jeff Allen, Chamber COO, enjoy a cold beverage at the Chamber event on September 14 at Creekside Park.

Newspaper Fans: Ashlie, left, and Amanda display their favorite newspaper at the latest Chamber event at Creekside Park.

Big Smiles: Brittany Petrilena, Practice Manager, left, and Teresa Jammal, Front Office Coordinator, at Cherry Creek Dental Group were among the attendees at the September 14 event at Creekside Park.

The Greater Glendale Chamber of Commerce held its latest event at Creekside Park in Glendale, on September 14, 2021. Leon’s Hand Popped Kettle Corn popped kettle corn and caramel corn for all attendees and even had some extra for guests to take home.

The Bull & Bush brought their cornhole lawn games to add some competition and fun to the event. And Made Here beer provided enough libations to quench the thirst of all attendees.

The Caddy Girls, a company that specializes in providing caddies for golf tournaments and bartenders for events was on hand to serve members the tasty cold beverages.

The upcoming Chamber event on Tuesday, September 28, 2021, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., will be the final event held at Creekside Park. For information about Leon’s Hand Popped Kettle Corn, call 720-877-3705. For more information about The Caddy Girls, visit