As I sit at my desk trying to decide what to write for my last Chamber Chatter, memories flood my mind of previous ones.
Congratulations to Chris Donohoo, co-owner of Donohoo Auto, for being named the University of Alabama at Birmingham owner of one of the top three companies valued at over $10 million.
Have you ever served on a jury? Do you spend a lot of time and energy trying to get out of serving? It is everyone’s civic duty to support our judicial system.
With the great news that Renfro and Wal-Mart have entered into an agreement to increase hosiery sales, many have memories of what our town was like when we were the “Sock Capital of the World.”
Congratulations to the winners of the Chamber’s Christmas Parade float competition. The judges really faced difficult decisions since all the floats were so creative this year.
The Chamber Chatter will focus on Women in Business during the next few weeks. It is an honor to showcase these individuals who have made such a difference in our business community and influenced the growth of our entire city.
The news concerning some of the water departments in our surrounding areas can be very alarming. Eight Alabama communities were included in a new drinking water health advisory for certain man-made chemicals. These advisories were issued by the US Environmental Protection Agency.
Have you ever dreamed about being on stage for the ride of a lifetime? I am not talking about the one drawn by horses but the one that brings experiences bigger than life itself.
The old saying “It takes a village to raise a child” is really exemplified in the production of the Krazy Kudzu Follies. It truly takes the participation of the whole community to create a great night of laughter.