What’s going on with your local Chamber, you ask? Well, Chamber Executive Tiffany Young is very excited to announce the The annual meeting is quickly approaching and while tickets are still available, the February 3rd deadline is just around the corner. Seating is limited and tickets will NOT be available for purchase at the door.
This year’s guest speaker will be Christian Entertainer Lee McBride, who will entertain those in attendance with his witty, yet spiritual stories . The event will be held at the Central High School Cafeteria on Thursday, February 11, 2016 beginning at 6:30 pm. This event will feature the Chamber’s most prestigious awards of
- Business of the Year
- Business Person of the Year
- Volunteer of the Year
Each Chamber member can cast your vote for each of these awards through email, facebook messenger (to their page), or by phone. Please contact Tiffany for ticket information by calling 256-396-2828 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each month, Tiffany attends both Lineville and Ashland Council meetings to update them on any monthly activities. On January 17, 2016, Tiffany reported one new Chamber member, Lineville Fitness. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held for its newest member on January 11th.
Tiffany announced the newest circulation of Board members, as it was time for the old ones to roll off. They are as follows:
- President- Brad Strother
- Vice President- Tim Worthy
- 2nd Vice President- Stephen Young
- Secretary/Treasurer- Brittany Freeman
- Representing Ashland- Doug Hallman
- Representing Lineville- Debbie Whatley
- Representing County- Jeff Hill
Clay County Chamber does everything in their power to promote local events, as well as highlight their members’ businesses, through social media, etc. You can follow their facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/ClayCoALChamberOfCommerce/
You can also keep up with all the upcoming events on their website: http://alabamaclaycounty.com/
Throughout this last year, the Chamber has hosted such events as Movie Night at the Park and Learn for Life Workshops. If you are interested in becoming a member, please contact Tiffany Young.
In closing, I would just like to say I think its very important that our Chamber has the support of this county, because when everyone bands together, big things can happen for Clay County, which makes everyone a winner.