Chamber News

  • Business: LDS Construction Services Inc. Owners: Larry Sapp and Matthew Sapp

    Name of business: LDS Construction Services, Inc., PO Box 606, Sopchoppy FL 32358. Phone: (850) 567-5458 Email: ldsapp@embarqmail.com.

    Name of owners: Larry Sapp and Matthew Sapp

    Tell us about your business: Company formed in 1996 as a custom residential construction and commercial project management provider. We moved to Wakulla County in 1999 to work in the Franklin, Wakulla and Leon county areas.

  • Riverside Cafe hosts Chamber luncheon

    of the Chamber

    Following the After - hours networking at St. Marks Wildlife Refuge, Chamber members and guests once again experienced the hospitality of the charming city of St. Marks, this time at the monthly networking luncheon held at Riverside Café on Wednesday, Sept. 26.

    Again, a new record was set, with 64 attendees enjoying shrimp or chicken sandwiches, or a salad, followed by ice cream and brownies. Stan West, we thank you and your staff for hosting this month’s luncheon.

  • KWCB holds after-hours mixer

    Former Director, KWCB

    Keep Wakulla County Beautiful and the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge hosted a Chamber Mixer at the Refuge’s new Nature’s Classroom facility on Thursday, Sept. 20.

    The classroom facility was a great meeting space and was full of displays and educational materials as well as some of the critters that call the refuge home.

  • Chamber involved in upcoming events

    Chamber President

    Dear Members:

    As your Chamber President, I am pleased to highlight several events taking place over the next several weeks that will allow our membership the opportunity to get involved and participate.  


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  • KWCB holds after-hours mixer


    Former Director, KWCB


  • Ribbon cutting: Dickey's Barbecue

    Founded in 1941, Dickey’s Barbecue restaurants began in Dallas by the Dickey family and is now the world’s largest barbecue chain, located in 42 states with more than 230 locations nationwide. The Woodville Dickey’s is the fifth to open in Florida offering eight hickory smoked meats (with John’s own wood), cooked slow and served fast.

  • Business: Keith Key Heating & Air Inc. Owner: Keith Key

    Tell us about your business (include unique facts and history): We are a family owned business and have been serving Wakulla and the surrounding counties for more than 20 years.

    What services, products do you offer? We service, maintain and install all types of heating and air conditioning equipment.

    What sets your business apart from the competition? We pride ourselves on being honest with our customers and doing superb work. We also think you will find that our pricing is more reasonable than others.

  • Chamber Chatter

    New members:
    Tallahassee Leon Federal CU
    Stix Grill, Inc
    ReNu U Rejuvination Spa
    Serendipity Salon
    Tallahassee Lender’s Consortium

    • Upcoming after hours networking: Keep Wakulla County Beautiful, Sept. 20, details to be announced.

    • September Luncheon: Riverside Café on Sept. 26 from noon to 1:15 p.m. RSVP to Chamber office, 926-1848.

  • Dickey’s Barbecue hosts luncheon

    of the Chamber

    The distance did not keep the crowd away from our August luncheon at Dickey’s Barbecue No. 535 in Woodville.

    Mary was happy to announce a record crowd of 60 before introducing our hosts, Debra and John Lewis, who have been in the restaurant business for three generations.

    Dickey’s started in Dallas 70 years ago, and is the fastest growing barbecue chain in the U.S.

  • Focus Wakulla offers networking for young professionals


    Dear Chamber Members:

    Summer break has ended, vacations are over, the students are back in school and Focus Wakulla is back in action.

    After a very successful inaugural event at Posey’s Dockside Cafe in Panacea, we are pleased to announce our second event, Speed Networking, to be held Sept. 25 from 6:15 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Best Western PLUS. Speed Networking will give young professionals in the area a chance to meet at least 20 other young professionals in less than 45 minutes.