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Greetings!
In case you missed it - Governor Cooper issued a statewide curfew from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. beginning Friday, December 11. Read Chamber President and CEO Aaron Nelson's summary of the order here.
In partnership,
Vanessa Watson
Director of Communications and Programs
The Chamber For a Greater Chapel Hill-Carrboro
Chamber News
Join the Chapel Hill Young Professionals virtually for our untraditional Annual CHYP Holiday Party! We will have an Ugly Christmas Sweater contest and holiday bingo.

You don't want to miss the last CHYP event of the Year!

December 15, 2020
6-7 p.m.
Zoom
“The Carrboro Cheer Gift Guide makes it fun, safe, and easy for shoppers to buy local and knock out their entire holiday shopping list in one swoop with uniquely Carrboro purchases,” said Bridget Pemberton-Smith, Executive Director of the Art Therapy Institute. 

Visit the Carrboro Cheer Gift Guide for holiday gift ideas!

Your Chamber Staff will be stepping away from their laptops the following days:
  • December 23, 24, 25
  • December 31
  • January 1
New Members
Help us welcome these new members to The Chamber


*Goldfish Swim School celebrates their 1st anniversary tomorrow. Congratulations!
Community News
Chapel Hill-idays Holiday Market

Saturday, December 12, 2020 12-4 p.m.

Visit Franklin Street for Downtown Chapel Hill Partnership's Chapel Hill-idays Holiday Market. Businesses can sign up now to reserve an 8 foot table to participate.

Your favorite local thrift shop is online! Find unique, high-end items and support the community at the same time. Snag brands like Coach, Pandora, and Nike.

Tickets are on sale for the NC Symphony's 2 streaming holiday concerts--Holiday Pops with Jingles the Elf & Holiday Favorites with Brass and Organ. Details and Registration

Reinforcing their employee-centric culture and focus on making a positive impact on the community and the world, Kitware has officially transitioned to a 100% employee-owned company.

The Town of Chapel Hill supports nonprofit organizations that deliver vital community programs and services. The program’s overarching goal is to achieve economic and social well-being and opportunities to thrive for all Chapel Hill residents, particularly those who are low-income or otherwise disenfranchised. The program funds programs that improve education, livelihood, security, and health outcomes for Chapel Hill residents.
Human Services Funding application is available online at www.townofchapelhill.org/humanservices

Human Services Funding Application Submission Deadline:
Thursday, January 14, 2021 at 5 p.m.
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