“We received many worthy nominations this year, making the final choices very difficult”, said Deborah Humphries, chair of the Gala Committee at the Blythewood Chamber. “This year’s winners exemplify success, hard work, and giving back.”
If you are still looking for a good summer read, you might want to know about the Blythewood Book Club’s latest selection: Murder in Madden by Reagan Teller.
On July 27th, documentary filmmaker Ray Smith, a Blythewood Chamber member, told the story of “The Lost 74: The Story of the USS Frank E. Evans”, his newest film, in a free program at the South Carolina Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum in Columbia.
As the treasurer for The Greater Blythewood Chamber of Commerce, I have full confidence in the chamber financial records. For almost a year, I have observed both Mike Switzer and Kitty Kelly devote unlimited energy to attain, not just maintain an organization that truly benefits its members.
Looking for a great book to read this summer? Here are a few in the Blythewood Visitors Center Gift Shop from local authors.
Join us on Monday, January 7th at 4:00pm to celebrate the grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony at one of our newest chamber members, Converspace, at 136-4 Forum Dr. in the Village at Sandhill.
Joey Von Nessen is our speaker as we kick off 2019 with an economic forecast from the University of South Carolina’s Moore School of Business Division of Research. Want some help planning your business in 2019? Then this will be a meeting you will not want to miss!
Kassy Alia is our speaker and she has an amazing and inspiring story! What she is doing with her story is even more amazing and inspiring. Her organization, Serve & Connect was founded in honor of her husband, Forest Acres Police Department Officer Gregory Alia, who was killed in the line of duty on September 30, 2015.