Please join us as the Chamber of Commerce hosts its annual Business & Industry Appreciation Day luncheon at the Rolling Hills Country Club on Thursday, July 18th beginning at 11:30 am. This event is our way of saying thank you for providing employment opportunities and keeping our community strong. We hope this day provides you…Details
Please join us for Business After Hours hosted by Suddenlink! Drop in from 5:00-6:30 pm for refreshments and door prizes. Suddenlink is located at 2728 Thomasville Road. We hope to see you there!
The Randolph County Chamber of Commerce will host their annual Business and Industry Appreciation Day & Four Person Scramble July 18th at the Rolling Hills Country Club. Lunch will be served at 11:30am followed by a 12:30pm Tee Time. Prizes will be awarded in all flights. The entry fee for an individual is $40, or you…Details
Stroll the Square, Fourth of July…community picnic starts at 5:30 pm, free hot dogs provided by Ken and Jan Ziegler, and drinks provided by Mary Rapert at Edward Jones. At 6 pm a clogging demonstration will begin at Marilyn’s Clogging on Marr St, Free refreshments at A&B sales on Pyburn St, and glass bead demonstrations at Black River…Details
Suzie Q’s Dry Cleaners hosted a ribbon cutting on July 2, 2013. Welcome to the Randolph County Chamber of Commerce! Best of Luck!
Custom Eyes Vision Care hosted a ribbon cutting on June 28, 2013 at their new location on Broadway Street. Congratulations on the new building!
Counter Top Concepts hosted a ribbon cutting on June 25, 2013 at their new location on Old County Road. Congratulations on the move!
This Thursday’s program will begin at 10:00 am and features Brian and Terri Kinder. For more information call the Library at 870-892-5617. The Library is located at 111 West Everett Street.
2 gallon Muscadines just $12 each! Summer Solstice 2013 Well, summer is here. Gardens are growing, mulch is down and the rains are few and far between. Remember a healthy garden is a happy garden, with less pests and insects, so regular fertilizing is best and morning inspections for insect and disease are important. You can…Details