Chamber of Commerce
HAMMER & STAIN RUCKERSVILLE
Please join us Wednesday, March 20th at 6:00 pm at Hammer & Stain Ruckersville. Select from the projects listed and make sure to include any personalization that is required like last name, initial, established date, etc. Any customization other than the personalization the project requires will be charged a $15 fee. All orders must be completed no later than 48 hours before the event. If you have any difficulty with anything on the Hammer & Stain page, please contact us a firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking forward to seeing you.
This is open to the public (please feel free to bring a friend)!
We are collecting RSVP’s on this page but you MUST ALSO FILL OUT THE INFO AT THIS LINK: CLICK HERE TO CHOOSE DESIGN
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Lunch ‘n Learn at The Wolf’s Fixins Barbecue!
Come join the Greene Chamber of Commerce for some delicious food from The Wolf’s Fixins and learn about the ins and outs of social media marketing!
**Special thank you to The Wolf’s Fixins for opening up their space to us on their regularly “closed” day!**
The Greene County Chamber of Commerce is proud to present our first annual Visit the Easter Bunny event to be held April 6th through April 7th, at Dean Center, next to Papa John’s Pizza. Children will have fun coloring an adorable Easter activity, spend one on one time with the Easter Bunny, and of course get their picture taken!
Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door.
Each child is required to have a ticket, regardless of age.
The time slots are 1 hour each. This allows time for the activity and for photographs to be taken for the group, so please arrive on time so that your child may get the full experience with the group. You will be given a link/password to download your child’s digital photo(s).
Saturday, April 6th:
10AM, 11AM, 1PM, 2PM, 3PM*
Sunday, April 7th:
12PM, 1PM, 2PM, 3PM*
*photos only, no activity.
Walk-ins are permitted, but space is limited. If you wish to only have your child’s photo taken, please select one of the 3PM time slots. These time slots will not include an activity or one on one time and will simply be photos with the Easter Bunny. (These are great for those with infants)
Be advised that all sales are final. “No shows” will not be refunded.
We’d like to thank our sponsors: Dean Center LLC, BA Photographic Design, Terrace Greene, Piper Ivy Preschool, Papa John’s, and Creative Press Inc.
Come celebrate Administrative Professionals Day at our Ice Cream Social! Lafayette Inn & Restaurant makes the most amazing handmade ice cream, so you don’t want to miss this! Bring a friend, co-worker, or significant other and network with some of the areas finest. See you there!
Please RSVP as soon as possible.
We are so excited to introduce our latest and greatest summit for the Women in Business of Greene!
Our treasurer/former Executive Director, Shari Bedker, has graciously offered to host our Spring Summit at her home. Please join us for discussion, networking, and dinner provided by Shari!
Dinner will begin at 6:30 PM.
We hope to see all of the wonderful women in business!
Join the Chamber and its members for breakfast at Hills Grille on Tuesday, May 21 from 8:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m. (note new time!) Our guest speaker will be the new Executive Director, Robert Wadden, of the Greene Care Clinic who will be discussing options the Clinic can help with for medical care and coverage for residents who do not have health insurance and those who meet the updated Medicaid requirements.
Registration is closed – event is full
The Chamber monthly breakfast networking meeting for August will be held at Rylie’s Diner!
“What Your Business Needs to Know About Making Good Decisions”
President, Collier Research Systems
Running a business involves making decisions. But decision making can be difficult for a number of reasons – uncertainty about the future, the need to make tough trade-offs, stakeholders with competing objectives, and the need to analyze messy data. And once you have made a decision, how do you know whether it was a good decision or a bad one? This talk will cover principles and tools that you can use to make high quality decisions that will help you achieve your organizational objectives, reduce risks, and navigate uncertainties.
Many thanks to Kilaurwen Winery for hosting Chamber members and their guests at their beautiful tasting room. This event is complimentary for Chamber members.
Kilaurwen Winery is an intergenerational family enterprise named after our three daughters, Kimberlee, Laura and Wendy. Since 1994, we have grown wine grapes for many of Virginia’s finest wineries and still do. In 2009, we began crafting our own artisanal wines that capture the unique spirit and characteristics of the Monticello region.
Located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, only 8 miles from the Swift Run Gap entrance to Shenandoah National Park, our winery offers spectacular views and a relaxing setting in which to enjoy fine wine and a picnic with family and friends.