July Meeting – State Representative Richard Brown

Thank you to State Representative Richard Brown for introducing himself to our members and for giving us an update on state government. It is important for our small businesses to know what our legislators are working on. We hope to have him back soon.

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Mr. Hero and Lash Bar Ribbon Cuttings

 

 

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Health Fair Photos

Great turnout for our first Health Fair. Thanks to everyone who attended and our vendors!


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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May Meeting with Lawrence Funderburke

A big thank you to Lawrence Funderburke for coming to speak to the WACC. We thoroughly enjoyed the eye opening discussion on ‘Sociopsychonomics’. We hope to have him back soon.

 

 

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March Meeting at Victory Ministries

Thank you to Victory Ministries for hosting our March meeting! Victory Ministries is a great community resource and we were glad to share more about their initiatives with our members.

 

March 2018 photo

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Winter Career Fair

Thank you to all the participants of our Whitehall Career Fair for the Whitehall Yearling High School students. It was a great way to remind them that opportunity is here!

 

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February Membership Meeting

Thank you to the small but dedicated group for attending our February meeting in blizzard like conditions. Thanks again to Suzanne Boyer for giving us some 2017 tax filing tips. Looking forward to seeing everyone at our March 5th meeting!

 

February membership meeting

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January 2018 Meeting

Had a packed house at our January meeting focusing on the Safer Whitehall Initiative . We hope to see you at the next one!

To attend the full business safety training class click here.

 

Safer Whitehall Jan. '18

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Whitehall Gets YMCA

An old activity building at Whitehall Community Park is in for a major overhaul that will turn it into a community gathering place with craft space, a kitchen and an “airnasium.”

The city announced a partnership with the YMCA of Central Ohio Tuesday to renovate and expand the building and make it a hub for recreation, learning and the arts. It’s a $5.5 million project.

As we reported last month, the city has a new master plan for the park that includes expanding it from 60 acres to 85 acres.

For the full story in Columbus Business First click here.

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October Lunch Mob at MCL

Thank you to all who attended our October Lunch Mob at MCL. We are excited to have MCL as a new member of the Chamber!

MCL Lunch mob

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