Walker County Chamber Calendar Of Events

Monday, November 25, 2013

Here is the upcoming Walker County Chamber of Commerce calendar of events:

Nov. 28 and 29: Chamber Offices Closed in Observance of Thanksgiving Holiday

Dec. 3: Governance Committee Meeting

Dec. 3: One- Walker Initial Meeting

Dec. 4: Ambassador Committee Meeting

Dec. 10: Membership Luncheon - Christmas Clause for a Cause benefiting the Stocking Full of Love  

Dec. 12: Executive Board Meeting

Dec. 12: Young Professionals After Hours

Dec.

17: Adult Leadership Walker County - Social Services Day

Dec. 25 and 26: Chamber Offices Closed in Observance of Christmas Holiday 

Jan. 1: Chamber Offices Closed in Observance of New Year's Day

Jan. 8: Ambassador Committee Meeting

Jan. 9: Redmond Wellness Center at Roper Ribbon Cutting

Jan. 14: Executive Board Meeting

Jan. 14: Adult Leadership Walker County- Business & Industry

Jan. 20: Chamber Offices Closed in Observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Jan. 21: General Board of Directors Meeting

Jan. 23: Annual Membership Dinner


Spartan Systems Hires Interactive Design Veteran Aaron Hoffman

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Walker County Chamber Calendar Of Events

Here is the upcoming calendar of events for the Walker County Chamber of Commerce: Ambassadors Committee Meeting Wednesday, Aug. 6   Young Professionals Council After Hours Wednesday, Aug. 13   Executive Board of Directors Meeting Thursday, Aug. 14   General Board of Directors Meeting Thursday, Aug. 21 (click for more)

Augusta Developer Planning 387 Residential Units At Former Manufacturing Site On Riverside Drive

An Augusta, Ga., developer is planning to construct 387 multi-family residential units on a 17.7-acre former manufacturing site on Riverside Drive. The location is across from the Boathouse Restaurant. Developer Chris Senn said he plans several three- and four-story buildings with a density of approximately 22 dwelling units per acre. The applicant is also proposing a ... (click for more)

City To Appeal Judge's Decision On Domestic Partners Ordinance Referendum Wording

The city of Chattanooga has filed notice that it plans to appeal a decision by Circuit Court Judge Neil Thomas on the issue of wording on the Domestic Partners Benefits Ordinance referendum. Judge Thomas ruled Monday morning that the referendum will proceed as drafted by the group that gained signatures to put it on the ballot. The judge ruled after hearing arguments on Thursday ... (click for more)

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I have been to two events at Track 29 in the past year and both were miserably loud. They were two groups I really wanted to see, Drive by Truckers (Southern Rock Band) and Abbey Road (Beatles tribute band). Now, neither of these would be what I would consider "hearing loss" genres, but after my first concert at Track 29, I wouldn't step foot in there without ear plugs. I was in ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: ‘Groundhog Day’ In Chicago

Here’s a bang-up Fourth of July statistic for you – between 3:30 p.m. last Thursday and 3:30 a.m. this Monday there were 82 people shot in Chicago and 14 of those were killed. That may be the most incomprehensible portrait of America I believe I have ever seen. After all, Chicago is believed to have the most restrictive gun laws in the country.  And while the mayor says it ... (click for more)