Sunday, September 15, 2013

Chamber Celebrates Another Successful Year

Chamber Chatter
 by Dorothy Tidwell

This has been an incredible year for the Randolph County Chamber of Commerce and we would like to say Thank You to the membership and to our sponsors for the committed investment, and continued financial support that helped make this year a tremendous success.

This year the Chamber was honored to host numerous events including the 23rd Annual Professional Women’s Luncheon, Randolph County Conversation One Clear Plan 2030, Sixth Annual Prayer Breakfast, Lunch & Learn: Opportunities in Historic Preservation presented by the Alabama Historical Commission, Fifth Annual Summer on Main Street Festival, Randolph County Conversation Two and Small Business Lunch and Learn presented by Small Business Development Office at Jacksonville State University.

These community events would not have been possible without the financial support from our dedicated sponsors. For a complete sponsorship listing for 2012-2013, please visit our website at www.randolphcountyal.com.

The Board of Directors for the Randolph County Chamber of Commerce has worked very hard this year to make Randolph County a better place to work, live and play. We will celebrate our accomplishments for the year at our annual meeting on October 22 at the East Alabama Antique Tractor Club Pavilion in Wedowee.  The out-going directors include Past President Cotina Terry, District 1 Director Kelly Caldwell, Roanoke Representative Tim Jacobs and Wadley Representative Helen Bailey. They will be honored for their service.

The 2013-2014 Chamber Board President Joe Ammons, Vice President Mellie Parrish, Sec/Treasurer Paula Lambert, Past President Ellen Sims, District 1 Tom Garland, District 2 Richard Cotney, District 3 Kyle Burgess, District 4 Wyner Phillips, District 5 Delilah Lily, Roanoke Representative Amy Goode, Wadley Representative Michael James and Woodland Representative Pam Skidmore will be sworn in at the meeting.

We will also be announcing awards for Member of Year, Lifetime Achievement and Community Service.


Post a Comment


Twitter Delicious Facebook Digg Stumbleupon Favorites More

Pin It button on image hover