Chamber News

  • Low Country Boil is approaching



    If you haven’t gotten your tickets for the Low Country Boil on April 6 you better hurry!

  • Low Country Boil fundraiser set

    The  Annual Low Country Boil will be held at 3Y Ranch in Crawfordville on Saturday, April 6 from 6 to 10 p.m. featuring a Low Country Boil dinner, and live music by Locomotive.
    Premier sponsorship for the event is shared by Capital City Bank, The Wakulla News and Waste Pro.
    “We are excited to sponsor this community event again, and once more enjoy a little taste of the Southern Low Country,” said Amy Geiger, community president, Capital City Bank.

  • Chamber educational opportunities

    • Free workshop – Marketing for successful advertising

    The workshop is sponsored by the Wakulla Chamber of Commerce Education Committee, FOCUS Wakulla and Small Business Development Center at Florida A&M University and will be held  Feb. 20 from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Chamber office, 23 High Drive.
    The instructor will be Christine S. Urban, business analyst, FAMU Small Business Development Center.

  • Business Spotlight: LKR Communication and Translations LLC

    Owner: Catherine R. Cameron.

    Tell us about your business (include unique facts and history): After retiring from the League of SE Credit Unions and IBM after 43 years of service I decided to open a Spanish/English Translation Service to assist anyone that needed my help.

    What services, products do you offer? Document translation, conference call translations, telephone excellence skills training, telephone voice-over recordings, assistance with resume preparation and tutoring in Spanish.

  • Looking forward to the new year


    This year is shaping up to be busy with events and activities.
    The 2013 Wakulla Chamber of Commerce Installation Banquet was held Jan. 17 at the senior center and the new board was sworn-in to serve in this new year.
    Chamber board members dedicate a lot of volunteer time to helping the business community and I look forward to working with the new board in an effort to steer opportunities in a direction that will be beneficial to our businesses.

  • Largest crowd ever turns out for Chamber's January luncheon

    Of the Chamber
    KastNet drew a record crowd of 68 to the January luncheon, and just as the last time, the food and desserts, served buffet style, were wonderful.
    Our menu included egg rolls, buffalo chicken dip and chips, salad, pasta Alfredo, grilled chicken and bourbon chicken which was a special treat since this dish is only served at the restaurant on Fridays, bread sticks, yummy assorted cupcakes and drinks.
    Ashley set up in record time, and everything was set to go as our first guests arrived.

  • Chamber Chatter: New members, upcoming ribbon cuttings

    New members

  • Business Spotlight: UPS Store #6044

    Business: UPS Store #6044
    Owner: Harry Bosman

  • Inn at Wildwod hosts Chamber luncheon

    of the Chamber

    Our monthly networking luncheons came to a close for the year at Wildwood Country Club, serving buffet style rosemary chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, veggies and salad, followed by an array of yummy desserts.
    We had a nice crowd of 56. The new manager, Jay (JR) Gayle was brought out of retirement after 10 years and now heads up both Summerbrooke and Wildwood. JR introduced his staff, Emily Winston, supervisor, and Jason Morgan, front desk manager of the hotel.

  • New Chamber board, officers set

    Dear Members:

    A special thanks goes out to all those who let their voices be heard in the general election on Nov. 6.  
    Wakulla County reported an impressive 79.7 percent overall voter turnout. The Chamber of Commerce would like to congratulate and welcome the following local elected officials:

    Charlie Creel – Sheriff
    Donnie Sparkman – Property Appraiser
    Bobby Pearce – Superintendent of Schools
    Ralph Thomas – County Commissioner District 1