From Enterprise Staff
It will soon be time to compile goodie bags for the new teachers in conjunction with an annual project of the Livingston-Polk County Chamber of Commerce.
“It is almost that time again for new teacher bags. Don’t forget to set aside or get goodies to go in the new teacher bags. We’ll soon have a number of the amount we’ll need,” Chamber President/CEO Yvonne L. King said.
It’s an opportunity to promote your business or service as a variety of promotional products are placed in the bags, including pens, pencils, rulers, nail files, notepads, coupons, flyers and other information.
The chamber will host a Business After Hours at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at The Blue Duck Kitchen & Bar featuring refreshments, door prizes and the opportunity for networking. After networking, stay for dinner for $11 with a choice of two selected entrees.
Power Hour with the chamber is slated for 8-9 a.m. June 7 at The Bull Shack. Enjoy a cup of coffee, bring your business cards and mix and mingle.
There are two upcoming ribbon cutting ceremonies that will be held at the chamber office. One for Sheri Clamon Allstate Insurance is slated for 1:30 p.m. June 8 and one for Worthy Soft Wash is slated for 10:30 a.m. June 9.
A quarterly membership luncheon is slated for June 28 at Cho-Yeh Camp & Conference Center. Polk County Emergency Management Coordinator Courtney Comstock will be the guest speaker. Reserve a seat by contacting the chamber at 936-327-4929 or by making a reservation on the chamber’s website at polkchamber.com. Door prizes will be available.
“Please check out the chamber’s calendar on our website for upcoming events and activities. It is free to add all your events to the calendar,” King said, adding, “I ask you, ‘What can the chamber do for you today?’”