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Focus Friday – November 16th 8:30 to 10:00 am Focus on North Mecklenburg Magistrate This month’s Focus Friday will examine the need for a North Mecklenburg Magistrate. It takes place Friday, November 16th from 8:30 to 10 am in the Randy Marion Board Room 19900 West Catawba Avenue Suite 201 in Cornelius. The need for a Magistrate has been on the Chamber’s Legislative Agenda since 2010 but in recent months the issue has taken on new life with a special push by the three Lake Towns of Huntersville, Davidson, and Cornelius. A news report earlier this year from The Herald…
(Huntersville, NC) Every dog is super at this one-of-a-kind dog event for the Charlotte area! Bring your family, friends, and dog (or dogs) to Historic Rural Hill for one of the area’s best known dog events, now in its twenty-third year! The weekend of canine fun is November 10 and 11 from 10 AM – 4 PM each day. Tickets are available online or may be purchased at the gate. Single day admission is only $11 per person, $8 for children ages 5 – 12, and ages 4 and under are free. 2-day tickets are also available at www.ruralhill.com. The…
Twenty five area Lake Norman nonprofits attended a quarterly meeting held at Angels and Sparrows Soup Kitchen in Huntersville. The meeting hosted by the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce allowed the executives, staff, and volunteers from regional nonprofits and civic clubs to share programs, fundraisers, and activities being held in the last quarter of the year as well as the mission of each organization. The meeting was facilitated by Chamber President & CEO Bill Russell. Nonprofits who participated included: The Cain Center for the Arts, Butterfly Nation, Answer Scholarships, American Legion – Huntersville. Lake Norman - Huntersville Rotary Club, The…
Our November BusinessWorks will be held Noon to 1:15 at the Lake Norman Chamber. It is a Lunch n’ Learn program and we encourage you to bring a lunch and learn with us! This month we look at reducing workplace injuries with ergonomics. Scott Collins is the owner of Posture Depot in Mooresville. Posture Depot offers unique ergonomic solutions that help employers reduce injuries, absenteeism, and insurance claims while increasing employee productivity, satisfaction, and retention. Scott will point out that Ergonomics is not “Rocket Science”; discuss the cost of workplace Injuries; share Posture Pointers as well as solutions that work.…
While the 2018 Lake Norman Business Expo is now in the record books and Chamber officials are looking at dates for the 2019 show, Denise Dumford is enjoying a Brand new High Definition Television courtesy of KS Audio Video. Dumford, and employee of Pet Pilgrimage in Mooresville won the television from the approximately 200 cards turned in at the end of the day. Denise is the office manager at Pet Pilgrimage Crematory & Memorials. She has been serving families for more than 2 years as a Comfort Care Coordinator as well as handling all matters pertaining to the inner office.…
Three Outstanding Fire Fighters of the Year were recognized at the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce Annual Public Safety Luncheon Presented by Wells Fargo Bank. The 16th annual award s program was sponsored by CPCC and Lake Norman Publications. The event was attended by approximately 70 business and community leaders at Northstone Country Club in Huntersville. Each of the three Fire Departments singled out one Outstanding Officer of the Year by their respective Chiefs. Below is a write up on each one by their department: Huntersville Fire Department: Firefighter Adam Gant Chief Dotoli writes: Each year the officers of the…
The Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce honored four local police officers from Huntersville, Davidson, and Cornelius this past Thursday, October 18th at Northstone Country Club in Huntersville. The event was presented by Wells Fargo Bank and sponsored by The Herald Citizen and CPCC. Each year, an Outstanding Police Officer of the Year is selected by their respective Department. In the case of Davidson, two officers were singled out for their service. Below is a write up of each Outstanding Officer of the Year and comments made by their Chief of Police: Cornelius Police Department: Officer Stephen Sharpe Officer Steven Sharpe…
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