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Open the accordions below to learn more about the town of Harrington.
Harrington is a small town located in Lincoln County, Washington. It has a population of around 425 people and is known for its peaceful, rural setting and beautiful natural surroundings. Located in the heart of wheat country, agriculture is an important part of the town’s economy and culture.
Visitors to Harrington can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities, including fishing, hunting and hiking in the nearby area.
The community of Harrington is close-knit and welcoming, with a rich history dating back to the early 20th century. The town hosts several annual events and festivals, including an annual Car Show, Vintage Country Fair and Fall Festival.
The town is a great place to live and work, with a strong sense of community and a high quality of life. If you’re looking to visit or relocate to a small town with a strong sense of community and a rich history, consider Harrington, Washington.
Open the accordions below to learn about the Chamber of Commerce.
The Harrington Area Chamber of Commerce is your door to an active, profitable role in the community. We look after your interests, represent you, express your opinions and meet your needs. We make sure your voice is heard in the decisions that can affect your business.
As a Chamber member, you are part of a team of almost 30 businesses and individuals that share a commitment to Harrington and the future of our community. Through the Chamber membership, you can participate with others on committees and projects that can provide exposure to the community and visitors of Harrington.
Annual dues are $40 a year for business or individual community members.
New Members are always Welcome! Memberships accepted at any time.
Dues must be paid by January 31st to receive voting privileges for the fiscal year.
Chamber of Commerce Meetings are usually the first Wednesday of the month, at 4 pm at the Post and Office. All are welcome!
A Chamber Newsletter is mailed to the Harrington community and outlying areas quarterly. Businesses and organizations are invited and encouraged to provide inserts for the newsletter.
Inserts must be 8 1/2 x 11 and #330 copies will be needed. They can be dropped off at Studio 1 on South 3rd St or The Post & Office.
2023 Newsletter Due Dates:
March 3rd, June 2nd, August 10th, November 9th
President: Paula Harrington
Vice President: Cherie MacClellan
Secretary: Joe Armand
Treasurer: Cindy Haase
Businesses in Harrington range from family-owned farms, agriculture based businesses to locally owned shops and restaurants.