Integrity First Bank is sponsoring their first Christmas tree decorating contest! This contest is open to both individuals as well as businesses/organizations. To enter, fill out the form below and return it to the Randolph County Chamber of Commerce office no later than November 14th.
A ribbon cutting for Green Acres Market was held on Friday, November 1st, 2013. Welcome to the Chamber!!!!!
Then Randolph County Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with Black River Technical College bring you “Facebook for Businesses”. This course will be taught by Chamber of Commerce board member Jennifer Clay. Jennifer owns and operates Spring Designs in Pocahontas. Current Chamber members will be offered a $10 discount when registering for this course. There are…
Pocahontas Aluminum was named Randolph County Chamber of Commerce’s Member of the Year. Pocahontas Aluminum is celebrating it’s 50th year of manufacturing quality, cost effective window and door products. You can visit their website online for more information.
Congratulations to the 2013 Teachers of the Year! Pocahontas Public Schools Elementary- Linda Edington Secondary- Brent Miller Maynard Public Schools Elementary- Cindy Kimble Secondary- Brandon Kazzee Presentations made at the Chamber of Commerce annual membership meeting by each school administrator.
The following received awards during the 2013 Annual Meeting. Member of the Year – Pocahontas Aluminum Public Safety Award – Roger Hovis Farm Family of the Year – David Smith Family W.W. Scott Public Service Award – Dr. Pat Carroll More Than Home Award – James Throgmorton
Dr. Alex Baltz of Pocahontas Medical Clinic and David Smith of Clay County Electric served their last term as board members for the Randolph County Chamber of Commerce. Ivy Pfeffer resigned earlier in the year. Taking seat on the board starting November 2013 are newly elected board members, Sheri Barr of Pocahontas Healthcare & Rehab…
Today’s ribbon cutting ceremony was held at the new Shipley Donuts located on Highway 62 West. Approximately 30 guests were treated to a large spread of donuts, kolaches and other foods. We appreciate everyone who came out to welcome the Shipley Donuts crew to Randolph County!