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Chamber News

  • Riverside Cafe hosts Chamber lunch

    By LESLIE LINKA
    Of the Chamber

    The October Networking luncheon was held at Riverside Cafe at 69 Riverside Drive in St. Marks.
    Mistress of Ceremonies Mary Wallace welcomed the 76 attendees, and announced two new members - Tractor Supply Store, who will celebrate their grand opening and ribbon cutting on Saturday, Nov. 12, at 8 a.m, and Community Training Works, Inc.

  • Get ready for several upcoming Chamber events this fall

    By DUSTIN GRUBBS
    Chamber President

    Recently the Chamber of Commerce along with The Wakulla News hosted our latest political forum.

  • Spring Creek hosts Chamber lunch

    By PETRA SHUFF
    Of the Chamber

    Due to hurricane Hermine and the damage done to Ouzts Too, our scheduled September luncheon location, Mary was scrambling to find a replacement location which isn’t always easy on short notice. We are grateful to Spring Creek Restaurant for filling that void and hosting us!

  • Community came together after Hurricane Hermine

    By DUSTIN GRUBBS
    Chamber President

    Hurricane Hermine has come and gone, leaving our region ravaged by the wind and waves she brought with her. Many people were adversely affected by the hurricane. High winds and flooding lead to countless trees falling, leaving many without power, some for days.

  • Get ready for several upcoming Chamber events this fall

    By DUSTIN GRUBBS
    Chamber President

    Summer is drawing to an end. Vacations are wrapping up, school is beginning, and we are settling into our new routines.
    This time of the year happens to coincide with a busy time of the year for your Chamber! We have several events on the horizon that we are beginning to plan for, and with your participation we can make them exceptional. I would like to take the opportunity now to thank all of those involved in putting forth the resources and efforts to make all of our events happen.

  • Wakulla Springs hosts Chamber lunch

    By PETRA SHUFF
    Of the Chamber

    Wow! Not only did we break our record attendance at our luncheon with 99 guests but we also have to say that our third luncheon at Wakulla Springs Lodge in as many years was also by far the most impressive as far as the food is concerned.

  • Chamber Chatter

    New members:

    • Charlene Bishop, Party Tents-N-More, specializing in events rentals, P.O. Box 161, St. Marks FL 32355, (850) 933-1718, partytentsnmore@embarqmail.com.
     
    • Stephanie Meyer, Woodmen Life, specializing in life insurance, annuities, investments, (850) 264-7401, slmeyer@woodmen.org,  www.woodmen.org.
     

  • Barn’s Spirits hosts after-hours Chamber mixer
  • Extension of red snapper season was good example of working together

    By DUSTIN GRUBBS
    Chamber President

    I’d like to take a few moments to point out a good example of our community leaders working together to help pass a resolution that benefited many of our local business owners and the community at large. I was proud to see all of the positive steps that were taken to help make this idea a reality. I’m not alone in this, approximately 3.4 million anglers along the Gulf coast got some good news as well.

  • Mad Anthony’s hosts Chamber lunch

    By PETRA SHUFF
    Of the Chamber

    Ursula Wuerner and her helpful staff at Blue Heron opened up the restaurant just for our networking luncheon with 62 attending and prepared a buffet of assorted delicious vegetables, hamburger steak, pork roast and salad bar and served brownies and strawberry shortcake for dessert.