MONDAY MEMO | April 11, 2022
Please join us for our next virtual Community Prayer Gathering on April 14th at 9 a.m. led by Traci Cheek, Director of Advancement & Community Relations for the TEXAS GIRLS & BOYS RANCH INC.
"When I first moved to Lubbock in 2013, I opened a small business doing direct mail advertising & I immediately joined the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce because of its impact on our community from both a business and personal aspect. I became an Ambassador and joined several other committees. Not only are we small business members with our Feed And
Thangs Farm Store in Idalou, but I am also a member with my Primary Employer, Marsh & McLennan Agency. The chamber has helped me grow in so many ways not only professionally but also personally. I have been blessed to Chair the Hub City BBQ and Leadership Lubbock Committees as well as build countless personal relationships with many whom I now consider my family. Our chamber is truly a world-class organization with the best staff in the country. They do so much behind the scenes to help local organizations and small business. I am blessed by my membership, friendships, and the leadership of our outstanding Chamber and I am proud to be a member and serve on the Board of Directors."  
Ribbon Cuttings & Groundbreakings
Grab a friend or co-worker and enjoy food and drink while networking with other young professionals in Lubbock. We hope to see you at April's YP Off the Clock sponsored by Centerline Engineering. Registration is appreciated by not required.
Business Expo will be here before you know it. More than 150 exhibitors will be on hand for more than 5,000 attendees to see. We hope to see you there!
The Coalition for Child Abuse prevention honored Mayor Dan Pople and Carla Olson, executive director of the Parenting Cottage, at Tuesday's Go Blue Lubbock kick-off news conference. They received the Cherish the Children Award for their contributions toward improving the safety and well-being of children on the South Plains.
Lubbock area business owners and non-profit organizations, you might qualify for economic assistance through the American Rescue Plan Act. Lubbock County has allocated millions of dollars to distribute to small business and non-profit organizations affected by COVID-19. Go to and submit an application to see how much your business is eligible for through the grant.
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