Our first two
Business After Hours of the year were packed and full of dynamic networking. You definitely don't want to miss the next event at Connolly Walker State Farm on Thursday, March 19.
Register Today. Before the Business After Hours begins there will be a
special ribbon cutting. We hope you can join us.
This valuable forum is free for members and will feature renowned economist Dr. Michael Walden - back by popular demand - to deliver his predictions on the national, state, and local economy. His remarks will be followed by Chamber President and CEO Aaron Nelson, who will present the findings from The Chamber's annual economic conditions survey.
Bust out your best sun dress, your biggest hat, and your snazziest madras because it's time for the Community Bocce Derby! Enjoy a fun filled afternoon of bocce, mint juleps and BBQ with local business leaders and community members! Remember this is a COMMUNITY event. Invite your friend or neighbor!
November 7-15, we're going to Greece! On this journey, experience the mystery and mystique of Greece’s ancient ruins – from Athens’ Acropolis and the New Acropolis Museum to the impressive Corinth Canal; from ancient sites of Mycenae and Epidaurus to Delphi, home to the famed oracle and to the breathtaking Meteora Monasteries.The deadline to get early bird pricing is March 23.
A new elective course will be available for the 2020-2021 school year at Chapel Hill, Carrboro and East Chapel Hill High Schools, but teams of students are already part of a pilot launch this year. “District C: Working in Teams to Solve Real-World Problems” will be offered in partnership with the organization District C, which is committed to preparing the next generation of talent across the Triangle and Southeast.
All Chamber award nominations are now in one place. In this form you can nominate for the 10 awards given at the Business Excellence Awards or the 4 community awards given at Salute to Community Heroes. Check out the award criteria then nominate someone (or yourself!) now.
Yesterday was Election Day across North Carolina. Polls closed at 7:30 p.m. 97.9 the Hill had live coverage as election results rolled in. You can find 2020 Election Results for Orange County at chapelboro.com.