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This month's HR Café with Winters Law Firm covered discrimination policies. Mark your calendar for our next meeting...FMLA Abuse-June 24th.

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May brings Mother's Day and Memorial Day. Chester County businesses give you MANY options for perfect local gifts--flowers, jewelry, artwork, gift cards for services (hair, nails, massage), food, home décor, books, etc. Call the Chamber if you need ideas on what to buy mom or how to cater that holiday meal! #StayLocalMyFriends
Cancer of Many Colors is participating in the Midlands Gives campaign on May 7 th . Midlands Gives brings the region together as one community, raising money and awareness for Midlands nonprofits during an annual 18-hour online giving challenge. During Midlands Gives, everyone has the opportunity to be a philanthropist as contributions of just $20 or more are amplified through sponsored prize incentives.
One of the sponsored prize incentives that CMC has chosen is a Power Hour sponsored by Aflac for $2,500. During the hour of 6:01 – 6:59 pm on May 7 th  if CMC receives the most unique donors, then we win $2,500. If you are not available during that time, please donate any time during the hours of 6:00 am – 11:59pm on May 7 th
Here is CMC’s special URL address.
Funds raised support Chester County cancer patients. 
Please contact Paulette Criscione with any questions.  

The SBDC is offering a free workshop on Commercial Insurance for small businesses on May 7 th . Attached is more information about this program. You can register for this event at:
In recognition of National Safety Week, J.M. Cope, in association with Rock Hill Schools is hosting a “Construction Safety Stand Down” event on Friday, May 10 from 8-10:30am at the South Pointe High School Auditorium, 801 Neely Road, Rock Hill, SC 29730.
A very special speaker, Eric Giguere, will be live and in-person, sharing the story of his death-defying work-related accident that changed his life, and his personal commitment to safety. Eric was literally buried alive in trench on a construction project. His story has motivated thousands of construction workers across the country to work more safely.

Construction Safety Stand Down
Friday, May 10, 2019, 8-10:30 AM
featuring Eric Giguere
South Pointe High School Auditorium
801 Neely Road
Your associates and employees who are involved in construction are included in this invitation. We would like for this inspirational message to impact as many people as possible. However, seating is limited.   Please RSVP ( ) by 5/3/19 with the number of people who will be in attendance .
For learn more about Eric Giguere visit: