Home of the Sugarbeeters

Small Town Charm, Big City Ambience

Chinook, Montana
Chinook Sugarbeeters
2019 Events: Sugarbeet Festival September 14. Parade of Lights November 29. Farmer Rancher night January 2020!
Our Business After Hours Event is looking for Hosts for 2019, please contact Megan at (406) 357-3115 for more information.

Board of Directors

2018 Elected Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors

The Board of Directors of the Chinook Area Chamber of Commerce has six seats comprised of the following positions:

President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, Parliamentarian and Reporter.

The Chinook Chamber originally organized as a group in 1959 and is recognized as a 501c(6) Non-Profit Organization with the Internal Revenue Service.  The group's mission is to promote the well being and growth of Chinook, Montana.

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Sarah Pratt

Sarah Pratt- President

Term Started: 2015

Sarah has been enjoying the few years her family has been in Chinook and happy to continue serving the Chamber. She is proud of the work the Chamber does and excited to see the future accomplishments.  Sarah went to college at Montana State University of Bozeman. Graduated with a major in Business Management and focused in Small Business and Entrepreneurship. She is married to Danny Pratt who works at NRCS in town. They enjoy helping the community and spending time with family and friends. They have a toddler, Matthias, and a baby girl, Elsa- they keep them on their toes! Sarah is excited for the Chamber for 2018!

Daniel Dahl - Vice President

Term Started: 2018

Daniel Dahl is the new owner and operator of Edwards Funeral Home. Daniel grew up in Wasilla Alaska, where he played football and basketball in high school, received an Eagle Scout Award in 2006, and served an LDS mission in Las Vegas NV for two years. In 2009 he was asked to “pick up dead people” after normal business hours for a funeral home in Palmer, Alaska. This lead to his career in the Funeral Industry. Daniel married the love of his life Kadie Wilderness, in 2010.  In 2012 Daniel got his Alaskan Funeral Directors License and welcomed his first born son Daniel Boone Wilderness Dahl in July of the same year. In 2014 Daniel Graduated from Arapahoe Community College with an Associates in Mortuary Science degree, and also welcomed his 2nd son Rutledge Clay Dahl. Daniel was manager for Legacy Funeral Homes before bringing his family to Chinook MT.  In 2016 Daniel and Kadie welcomed their daughter Alice Ann Dahl. Wanting to serve people Daniel found that funeral service was the best way to do so.   Daniel wants to continue with Marvin”s Legacy by honoring and servicing the families of the High-Line communities.


Tara Overcast, Treasurer
Term Started: 2018

Tara Overcast has joined the Chinook Chamber of Commerce team as Treasurer. Tara and her husband TJ, longtime members of Chinook,  have raised their 5 children in Chinook, as well as running multiple local  businesses. Tara currently works for Tilleman Motor Company as their Controller in addition to taking on bookkeeping for independent contractors in the area using her 25 years of QuickBooks experience.


Dawn Colby - Secretary

Term Started: 2018

Dawn Colby is a wife and a mother of two children. One senior and the other in junior high.  She has been a stay at home mother for over 15 years, with home based businesses throughout. She had one purpose and it was to make a difference, that has been her goal. She instill that in her children and takes it to her workplace. 

When she was staying at home, she was able to compile all her lessons that she had learned through her struggled and wrote a book. True Love Ignited. The book was completed in seven years and in those years she learned of the many talents she has. She can public speak, Bible teach, even plan, and organize. Her purpose is to encourage others to keep trying to follow their desires and make a difference in their world. 


Dana Davis - Reporter

Term Started: 2018

While growing up on a small ranch in Charlo, I attended St. Ignatius High school from where I graduated. I then attended college in Bozeman at Montana State University.  After a short time, I married and moved to Ennis where I became a mom of two wonderful daughters and helped run a well-drilling business.  In 2001, I moved to Butte to attend Montana Tech and that’s where I joined Glacier Bank, later transferring to Big Sky Western Bank in Bozeman. By 2015, I was looking for a change and a return to a smaller town atmosphere so I applied for an opening within the Glacier Bank System and was fortunate to be relocated to Chinook where I joined the team at First Bank of Montana as Deposit Operations Manager. I am so grateful that I had the unique opportunity to move to a small welcoming community and work with so many wonderful people.



Josh Seymour, Parliamentarian
Term Started: 2018

Joshua Seymour was elected as the lead pastor of the Chinook Assembly on May 15, 2016. Having served in various pastoral positions throughout Montana prior to arriving in Chinook -- which included almost seven years in Havre before coming to Chinook -- they have embraced the hi-line life with open arms. Joshua and Kristi who married in 2008 have a son named Enom (pronounced E-num) born on October 1, 2012. Joshua is an ordained minister with the Assemblies of God and has worked in pastoral ministry in some capacity since 2006. The Seymour's have a deep love for small communities and the impact of the rural context and are determined to make a difference that will last. Joshua is beyond honored to serve and to work together for the sake of the community.


Megan Singh - Executive Director

Term Started: 2018

I moved to Chinook with my mother and brother in 2008. I attended Chinook High School and was involved in local youth groups and various high school activities throughout. Upon graduating in 2012, I moved to Havre to work and live. A year and half later, my love for small town communities and my desire to be close to family led me to move back. At this time I led a small youth group at my church and was involved in various community events from the Sugarbeet festival to local football games. Eventually my need for adventure and desire to see the world pulled me away from the comfort of home. Since the spring of 2016 to early August 2018, my life has been filled with many adventures, zipcodes, people and wonderful memories. I am content to be back in Chinook, near my parents and siblings, serving the local community and cheering on the Beeters!