Volume 61 | August 8th, 2019
Chapin Chamber Weekly News & Events

For more information contact us here
at the Chamber House

The Member-To-Member Discount Program encourages Chapin Chamber members
and their employees to prefer other Chapin Chamber members when making
buying decisions with valuable discounts.
Want to offer a discount to your fellow Chamber Members?
Send information to april@chapinchamber.com
Discounts can be found HERE
Our annual Mobile Member Meeting and Dedication Ceremony to Springhill Construction is coming up soon!
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Dedication Ceremony
Appetizers and complementary
beverages will be served.
Here’s a sneak peek of the Springhill Construction work happening at the
Chapin Chamber House.
Stay tuned for more updates!
Please join us as we partner with the Chapin Branch Library to offer the Chamber's first "Lunch & Learn" series on Wednesday August 21st from
11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
129 Columbia Avenue, Chapin
Catering by Publix
Colin Trimble, from the DOL will give us a brief overview of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), Family and Medical Leave Act (FLMA) and (PAID) programs.
Space is limited to the first 30 registrants.
Thank you to our sponsors!
Tipsy Toad Tavern - Presenting Sponsor
Anytime Fitness
Boland's ACE Hardware
Caughman Harman Funeral Home
Springhill Construction
Premium Sponsorship  - $220.00 Event Signage & 2 VIP tickets front stage.
Basic Sponsorship  - $200.00 Event Signage & 2 General Admission Tickets - Bring Chairs
Tent Sponsorship  - $200.00 Tent, table & 2 chairs & 2 General Admission Tickets
VIP Ticket Admission  - $35.00 Admission for one with assigned seat in front
Advance General Admission  - $25.00 Advanced Purchase General Admission for one - Bring chair
General Admission at Door  - $35.00 Admission for one at door -
Bring chair 
Interested but want to learn more?
For information about this NEW and IMPROVED event click HERE
Please join us as we combine forces with Aaron Means and ACTIVATE
for a Constant Contact Academy
Email Marketing "Bootcamp" Workshop.
Get Years worth of Email Marketing Experience in just one day!  
Wednesday, September 25, 2019
 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 
At the Chapin Chamber of Commerce
This event has a limited number of spots
so that attendees can receive personal
attention. This event has sold out every year, so register now before it fills up!
Thank you to our ANCHOR & ADMIRAL Sponsors
Please remember to send your articles by Wednesday morning to be included for Thursday's distribution. This form of advertising is INCLUDED IN YOUR CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP.
Send articles to: april@chapinchamber.com
FOR 2019/2020 ARE NOW IN!!
Our new guidebooks are in and available to those who would like to display and distribute to the Chapin Community.
If you would like a box please contact us at the Chamber House.
We will make sure copies are delivered!
Athletic registration for fall sports
has begun! Registration is open now through August 22nd
Crooked Creek Park 
1098 Old Lexington Hwy
(803) 345-6181
The Irmo Chapin Recreation Commission is celebrating 50 years of providing
quality recreational programs to our community! Register now for flag and tackle football, soccer, lacrosse, cheer, cross country, junior golf, and adult softball.
Deadline for Fall Issue
The fall issue of Chapin Magazine will
be hitting Chapin mailboxes and all advertiser locations the first week of September.
Deadline for completed ads is August 14. Summer Media can create your ad for you, or you can submit your own ad in a
PDF format.
For information or to advertise, contact Kerry Summer at  kerrysummer6@gmail.com  or 917.612.6998
Doza Rizen Cafe is seeking motivated people to join their team!
Prefer experienced, but not required.
Mainly looking for daytime help, but must
also be able to work other shifts.
Must be a quick learner.
Must have a sense of urgency, they
need someone not afraid to jump in!
Must have a friendly personality and
work well with others.
If you or anyone you know fits these requirements and needs a job, go to
107 Virginia Street, Chapin to fill out
an application.
Ask for Brian, Robin or Brianna.
T-Shirts designs are headed to the printer on Monday. You know you want to be on the back of their shirts!!
They are also still looking for vendors.
Email info@justinpepper5k.org or call
(803) 932-2222 for more information
The Justin Pepper 5K has a twist with the introduction of RUCK to their local race! Rucking is a great way for exercise enthusiasts to enhance their walk or run by carrying weight in a backpack.  
They encourage walkers and runners to step up their game and try the ruck. 
There is something new sailing into Chapin! Use the hashtag  #DiscoverChapin  
to post selfies with all the sailboats
you can find.

Crooked Creek Art League (CCAL) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit consisting of over
100 artists from Chapin and the surrounding lake communities.
They partnered with the Town of Chapin
to launch a community art project that
will culminate Labor Day 2019 in a
highly visible multi-part public art display. 
The concept for “The Arts Sail Into Chapin” is emblematic of the town itself, thirteen free standing aluminum sailboats creatively painted or embellished by local artists. While they have received a philanthropic endowment to partially fund the project
and a grant from the South Carolina Arts Commission, they are excited to also be partnering with the local business community to fully bring this project to life.
200 Lexington Avenue, Suite B
Visit the gals at Southern Grace Hair and Nail Salon. They do so much more than just hair and nails!
They are a full service Salon & Spa!
Now offering great deals for the month of August!
Get your back to school facial on
the books now!
(803) 298-5388
Internment of previously unclaimed Veteran at the Fort Jackson National Cemetery
On August 16th, 2019 @ 10:00 a.m. Legionnaires from American Legion Post 193 of Chapin SC will, at the Fort Jackson National Cemetery, lay to rest the cremated remains of U.S. Army Vetern SPC 3
Devon D. Kobold.
Saturday August 17th, 2019
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
ECPI University - Suite 300
250 Berryhill Road, Columbia SC
The course, About Boating Safely , is certified by South Carolina DNR. 
Students who pass the course will be issued a South Carolina Boater
Education Card.
In SC, boaters under 16 years of age
are required by law to pass an approved boater education course before operating, without supervision, a personal watercraft (PWC) or a boat powered by a motor with 15 hp or more.
The course fee is $30.00 per person or $50.00 for two family members sharing materials. Class size is limited.
Students under the age of 12 years must be accompanied by an adult enrolled
in the class. Many insurance companies offer discounts to graduates of the boating education course.
For more information or to register contact Clay Goodwin at (719) 425-5101 or by email at claygoodwin@netscape.net .
Taylor's Auto is very excited to welcome their new general manager, 
Tim Swaim! 
He has 15 years of automotive management experience, likes to collect guns, and has a 16 year old daughter.
Stop in and find out how he can help
them to better serve you!
Check them out at
325 Chapin Road, Chapin
(803) 345-8775
Have you noticed a spike in your energy bills? 🌡️ If so, it may mean your HVAC system is on the struggle bus 🚌 trying to keep up with your cooling needs.

Now's the time to call in the Wilson's experts for a summer inspection!
New Year Kickoff and Membership Info
Interested in joining or learning what
CJWC is all about?
Join them for a summer social!
Tuesday, August 27th
6:00 p.m. - 7:30 pm
Pompeii Oven
912 Chapin road
Please RSVP as attending - email CJWC at ChapinJWC@gmail.com with the number attending if you are a guest!
They look forward to seeing you!
(Members meet every 2nd Tuesday of the month @ 6:30 p.m.)
Donations of all food items are always appreciated.
Click on Food Pantry Needs for the month of AUGUST
Collection bins are located throughout Chapin at the library, Crooked Creek Park, some local churches, and at We Care.  
August 8th, 2019
On August 8th, National CBD Day recognizes the natural hemp product everyone’s clamoring for!
Learn about CBD and updated laws impacting its use.
Over the years, hemp-derived CBD (cannabidiol) has made quite a name for itself in the wellness world.
Since a growing number of products, from
tinctures to topicals, hit the marketplace, CBD continues to be shoppers’ favorite option for holistic alternatives.
As an added bonus, CBD does not possess the psychoactive properties
of THC.
Another advantage of CBD is
that it is naturally sourced and extremely versatile. Try swallowing it, vaping it, rubbing it on your skin, or bathing in it.
You can even give it to your pets!
Through the Ages
The hemp plant has withstood the test of time and politics; herbalists have long used hemp to promote wellness, while farmers have grown it as a source of fiber to make cloth and rope. But in the 20th century, governments clamped down on all things cannabis and everything related to it.
Nowadays, political leaders recognize what scientists long knew: properly sourced
CBD won’t get you high. Since 2018, the federal government has defined hemp, which has little or no THC in it (less than .03% to be exact), as a legal plant that
is distinct from marijuana.
Therefore, hemp-based products like CBD oil don’t fall under national anti-drug laws.
Smile on August 8th to share in
National Happiness Happens Day.
On this day each year just let it happen. You know. Happiness. 
Because happiness happens. 
The day encourages happiness all day. Recognize every moment of glee,
joy, delight, and pleasure.
 Don’t let it pass. Most importantly, a flicker of a giggle should be given its due and should it blossom into full-blown happiness, don’t be surprised. It happens!
"For every minute you are angry you lose sixty seconds of happiness."
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Another element of the day prohibits the squashing of other people’s happiness. From time to time, we might find others happiness might seem irritating.
Those moments happen when we have particularly rotten days. However, our
bad days don’t give us the right to
squash another person’s joy.
Instead, allow their delight in the day to infect us. Perhaps, their ability to smile will blow the storm clouds away from your day.
When it comes to scooping up a delicious celebration, National Frozen Custard Day on August 8th knows how to do it right! With a smooth texture and fresh flavor, frozen custard delights in many ways. 
Similar to ice cream, frozen custard is made with eggs in addition to cream and sugar. The dessert comes in several flavors. Franchises and custard shops all across the country cater to perfecting this creamy dessert and all its delicious options. Mixing it up with toppings such as syrups, nuts and fruits, custard is another
satisfying version of ice cream.
In fact, ice cream vendors, Archie and Elton Kohr, invented frozen custard on Coney Island, New York in 1919.
They found that adding egg yolks to ice cream created a smoother texture and helped the ice cream stay cold longer.
In their first weekend, the Kohr brothers sold 18,640 cones on the boardwalk. 
More Frozen Custard Facts
  • Its popularity grew in 1933 when frozen custard found a market at the World’s Fair in Chicago. 
  • Milwaukee, Wisconsin became known as the unofficial frozen custard capital of the world.
  • The United States Food and Drug Administration requires frozen custard products to contain at least 10 percent milkfat and 1.4 percent egg yolk solids.
  • Because of the egg yolk, frozen custard must be carefully prepared.
  • Frozen custard is commonly prepared fresh at the place of sale.
Sneak Some Zucchini Into Your Neighbor’s Porch Day on August 8th offers gardeners a way to rid themselves of extra produce. For some, this day offers a way to rid their garden of an overproducing squash plant. 
Did you know that zucchini was a fruit? Well, if you’re a gardener, you know this fact already. You also know that zucchini grows in abundance and is ready
for harvest in August. 
Zucchini growers also know that one plant of zucchini allows you to share this wonderful treat!
Zucchini is also incredibly helpful with weight loss. The produce is low in calories, high in fiber, and full of water.
As such, when you eat it, your tummy doesn’t feel empty, therefore less likely to overeat. If your zucchini produces well,
add it to soups, salads, and baked goods. 
When you receive a zucchini on your porch, savor the delicious squash.
Eat if fresh by slicing it.
Other ways to use it are:
  • To preserve zucchini, shred it and freeze it in freezer bags to use later.
  • Baking it into quick breads and delivering it to a neighbor will also please them.
  • Add zucchini slices to tomato sauces or pasta dishes.
  • Make a stir-fry and add zucchini to the vegetables.
  • Grill the zucchini. Add garlic and Parmesan.

National Dollar Day on August 8th commemorates the day Congress established the U.S. monetary system
in 1786. 
In 1862, the United States printed its first dollar bill. Do you know whose face was printed there? It wasn’t George Washington. The first dollar bill featured Salmon P. Chase, President Lincoln’s Secretary of Treasury. 
Interestingly, the dollar bill in our pockets today hasn’t been changed for more than 50 years. While the $5, $10, $20, and $50 earned redesigns in recent years, the single remains unchanged.
Due to counterfeiting, redesigns keep the larger currencies ahead of counterfeiters.
However, the single doesn’t face attention the more significant notes see.
Above the right number 1 on the face side of the dollar, a tiny bird peeks out.
Whether it’s an owl, an eagle or another such bird is uncertain.
Like other embedded in the bill’s design,
it fuels man conspiracy theories.
Speaking of conspiracy theories, the pyramid on the back fuels a few.
It’s part of the Great Seal of the United States. However, the truth of the pyramid represents several things.
You’ll find 13 steps on the pyramid equaling the 13 original colonies.
The unfinished top represents a young country growing and expanding.
Finally, the Eye of Providence with the Latin motto Annuit Coeptis, which means, “It is favorable to our undertakings.”
The number 13 is represented on the dollar bill in several places.
Do you know where else?
Opposite the pyramid is an eagle.
The image represents both war and peace. In the eagle’s left talon it holds arrows and in its right an olive branch.
How many arrows do you think the eagle holds? If you guessed 13, you’d be right.
Above the eagle’s head, there’s a cloud with a constellation.
How many stars are in the constellation?
Again the number 13 is represented.
The eagle includes a shield 13 stripes
Did you know you can earn Chamber Bucks?? We'll give you a voucher for $25 when you refer a new or existing Chapin business to join the Chapin Chamber. Your Chamber Bucks can be used just like cash for Chamber services, including event registrations or sponsorship's, sign rentals, even toward your dues payment! It's just our way of saying Thank You and hoping you'll send more members our way! Contact us for more information!

Rebecca Blackburn Hines - Executive Director - director@chapinchamber.com
April Robinson - Administrative Assistant & Newsletter Publisher - april@chapinchamber.com
803-345-1100 | www.chapinchamber.com