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McIntyre’s Books will be celebrating Independent Bookstore Day on May 2[Apr. 24, 2015]
Following the runaway success of last year’s California Bookstore Day, bookstores across the nation are now preparing for Independent Bookstore Day, a country-wide celebration of books and independent bookstores on May 2nd. From Bend to Brooklyn, book lovers should mark their calendars for this special day of literary parties. McIntyre’s Books will be celebrating the day with activities from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Galloway Ridge names a new Director of Healthcare Services and Arbor Administrator[Apr. 15, 2015]
Bob Zimmer, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer, is pleased to announce the appointment Heidi O’Neal as the new Director of Healthcare Services and Administrator of The Arbor at Galloway Ridge. The appointment of O’Neal is anchored by the belief in her ability to continue remarkable healthcare services for Galloway Ridge residents and family support and involvement in The Arbor.
Also: Video of Heidi O’Neal
CCCC Small Business Centers announce partnership with NCMBC[Feb. 13, 2015]
The CCCC Small Business Centers and North Carolina Military Business Center (NCMBC) announce the appointment of Denny Lewis as Federal Business Development Specialist for Chatham County and the surrounding region. As a member of the NCMBC’s business development team, Lewis will identify future and current federal prime and subcontracting opportunities, identify and notify companies of those opportunities and provide one-on-one assistance to help companies bid on and win contracts. A point of emphasis will be identifying those businesses that are located in a designated federal HUBZone and assisting them with the registration and bidding process.
Chatham County's elected boards to meet January 29[Jan. 23, 2015]
On Thursday, January 29, the Chatham Economic Development Corporation (EDC) will host a joint meeting with the Chatham County Board of Commissioners, the town boards of Goldston, Pittsboro, and Siler City, and the Board of Education to discuss effective models of career and technical education.
Owens brings new massage technique to Chatham[Dec. 5, 2014]
Carefully grasping two parallel bars above her head, Cindy Owens lifts her left leg and gently positions it on her client's back. Leaning to generate just the right amount of pressure, she slowly pushes her foot down and forward and into the large muscles. Her look is focused, her technique precise. For an hour, maybe longer, Owens performs a dance of sorts. Placing her feet in a series of positions, adding pressure and pushing through body contours. Often, her entire foot remains in contact with large muscle groups. Other times, she uses only a portion of the foot, maybe the heel or toes, to target more narrow locations.
EDC presents Opportunity Chatham on October 17[Oct. 6, 2014]
North Carolina Department of Transportation Secretary Tony Tata will be the keynote speaker for the Chatham Economic Development Corporation's sixth annual Opportunity Chatham, presented by Triangle Community Foundation. Secretary Tata will discuss his efforts to more closely link transportation investment with economic development.
Carolina Premium Foods okayed to apply for a Townsend’s plant upfit grant[Aug. 25, 2014]
The Chatham Economic Development Corporation (EDC) learned on August 22, 2014 that the NC Rural Infrastructure Authority in the NC Department of Commerce had approved a pre-application that authorizes Carolina Premium Foods to apply for a $750,000 grant. If successful, the grant would upfit the former Townsend processing plant in Siler City.
Chatham County again experiences increased visitor spending[Aug. 22, 2014]
The latest statewide tourism spending report shows that “domestic visitors” spent $30.77 million in Chatham County during 2012, an increase of 4.4 percent from 2012, continuing a multi-year trend of substantial growth in visitor spending. On August 14, 2014, the North Carolina Division of Tourism, Film and Sports released the results of the annual study conducted by the U.S. Travel Association.
CCCC plans workforce training for Chatham-Randolph megasite[Aug. 22, 2014]
Excitement is running high at Central Carolina Community College as it works with city, county, state and industry representatives to develop a blueprint for workforce training at the Chatham-Randolph industrial manufacturing megasite. The 1,800-acre Chatham County site, located northwest of Siler City, is ideal for an automotive assembly plant as well as original equipment manufacturers, according to Southern Business & Development magazine. It ranked the megasite as the No. 3 site in the South - and No. 1 in the state - for an auto assembly plant.
Also: Chatham Randolph Megasite
Chatham commissioners honor Walmart for funding local food needs[Aug. 19, 2014]
The Chatham County Board of Commissioners adopted a resolution on August 18, 2014 commending Walmart and the Walmart Foundation for its financial support of two local programs that provide food for residents having trouble making ends meet. The resolution expresses appreciation to Walmart and the Walmart Foundation for its financial support of programs offered by the Chatham County Council on Aging and the CORA Food Pantry that help provide food to residents in need. Soto is the market manager for store operations in North Carolina.
Chatham EDC board welcomes new officers[Aug. 5, 2014]
The Chatham Economic Development Corporation’s board of directors elected new officers for its current fiscal year. Chris Ehrenfeld, a Chatham County real estate developer and entrepreneur, will serve as the board’s chair. Pittsburgh native, Ehrenfeld owns Domicile Realty, Governors Club Realty, Bold Construction and several other Chatham County businesses, and is a graduate of the University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School. In addition to his involvement with the Chatham EDC, Ehrenfeld is currently on the boards for the Chatham Education Foundation and the Central Carolina Community College Foundation.
Walmart grant extends Chatham Council on Aging’s frozen meals program[Aug. 4, 2014]
The Chatham County Council on Aging is pleased to announce that the Frozen Meals Program has been extended until June 30, 2015 thanks to $35,000 from the Walmart Foundation’s State Giving Program. The program originally was restarted in 2013 with funds from the Carolina Meadows Retirement Community and the Chatham County Board of Commissioners after seeing the need.
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