Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce names Trudy Synodis 'Member of the Month'

Each month, the Solana Beach Chamber chooses a member valued for their time and commitment in volunteering and supporting the chamber. During their month, they are featured on the chamber weekly email blast and front page of the chamber website. As “Member of the Month” they are given the opportunity to showcase their business at the chamber monthly Sundowner.

Trudy Synodis

Trudy Synodis was honored as the Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce “Member of the Month” for the month of May 2011. A Chamber member for more than 10 years, she is affiliated with the Solana Beach Civic and Historical Society, where she acts as the Society’s liaison with the Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce and the Public Arts Advisory Commission.

Synodis is very active in supporting Solana Beach Chamber events. She belongs to the Solana Homeowners Association Group, Citizens Against Freeway Expansion (CAFE) and is now training for Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT). She also makes time for tennis and travel.

“I am honored to be ‘Member of the Month’ for May and I am proud to be a longtime resident of Solana Beach” says Synodis. “I consider Solana Beach to be a jewel of a city.”

The Society specializes in civic and cultural advancement, charitable giving, education of the public about the history of Solana Beach and operates the Heritage Museum. The Solana Beach Civic and Historical Society and the Heritage Museum are located in the Stevens House in La Colonia Park in Solana Beach.

Visit the Historical Society’s website www.solanabeachcivicandhistoricalsociety.org for information about the Solana Beach Civic and Historical Society and the Heritage Museum.

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