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Members Mingle In Suffolk
Cloudy skies didn't stop nearly 200 from attending the Chamber's annual Mingle on Main Street, which was held at the Historic Suffolk Visitors Center on May 29.
Basketball Greats Dell Curry and Ralph Sampson Highlight Inductees Participating in Virginia Tour Golf Tournament
The Virginia Sports Hall of Fame will be making a stop in Staunton for its annual Virginia Tour Golf Tournament. This years tournament will be held at the Club at Ironwood in Staunton, Virginia on Thursday, June 12 at 11:30 am.
Liberty Tax Service
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Norfolk Airport Authority
The Norfolk Airport Authority will receive sealed Bids for the Terminal and Concourse Improvements - Phase 2 Project at the Administration Office front desk, located at Norfolk International Airport, until 2:00 p.m. on July 8, 2014, at which time the Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud.
Chamber Hosts Meeting to Address Workforce Development Resources in Suffolk
Recognizing that some businesses struggle with finding a sufficient skilled and experience workers, the Chambers monthly Suffolk Division meeting, which was held on May 20, focused on workforce development resources in Suffolk and Western Tidewater. The Chamber thanks Priscilla Taylor of Duke Automotive for coordinating the program. Bettie Cuddyer, Chair of the Chambers Suffolk Division, welcomed the presenters and attendees. Speakers included Corey McCray, Executive Director of the Pruden Center for Industry and Technology; Michele Lachtara, Suffolk Workforce Development Center; Allan Britz, local veteran representative for the Virginia Employment Commission; and Randy Betz, Vice President of Workforce Development for Paul D. Camp Community College.
Former Hearst Publishing Executive Valerie Salembier to Share Success Tips at Chamber Luncheon on June 5
The Chambers Professional Womens Leadership Luncheon Series will feature Valerie Salembier, who will present Success: It is Never Too Late. Salembier, who believes that reinvention is the new way of life, will share career lessons learned and still learning, as well as how getting fired and publically humiliated helped her career and changed her life.
Virginia Aquarium Earns Accreditation by AMMPA
The Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center has earned accreditation by the Alliance of Marine Mammal Parks and Aquariums (AMMPA), an international organization representing the greatest body of professional expertise and knowledge regarding marine mammal care and veterinary medicine.
Kings Dominion Has Corporate Ticket Packages Available
Kings Dominion is now open DAILY through Labor Day! WaterWorks, our 20 acre waterpark is included in your park admission! Visit Kings Dominion this year to celebrate our 40th anniversary with more than 60 rides, shows and attractions. Join us for Dominion at Dusk A KD40 Night Time Celebration we will feature our live Ignite the Night block party show and fireworks on all our 10pm closings!
Chamber USA recognizes Willcox Savage in 2014 Edition
Willcox Savage's practice groups and attorneys are recognized in the 2014 edition of Chambers USA. The Products Liability Litigation group is named a leading practice in Virginia. Chambers USA also designates the Real Estate group as a leading practice in Southern Virginia.
National MS Society, Central & Eastern Virginia Chapter Celebrates with David Osmond at First Annual Women on the Move Luncheon
The National MS Society, Central & Eastern Virginia Chapter is hosting its first annual Women on the Move Luncheon on Tuesday, June 10th at the Founders Inn and Spa from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Multiple sclerosis stops people from moving; the Women on the Move Luncheon brings together professional women and men, as well as community leaders, to make sure it doesn't.
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