New Members:
Alyssa Baron
Chuck Johnston
P.O. Box 5013
Fort Lee, VA 23801
Phone: (804) 404-2525
Michelle Kuzmick Photography
Chester, VA 23831
(804) 931-5923

2023 Boulevard, (next to Jersey Mikes) (0.31 mi)
Colonial Heights, Virginia 23834
(804) 520 - 7282
241 Charles H Dimmock Pkwy
Colonial Heights, Virginia
(804) 520-8492
Prince George Office
Hours: 7:30-4:00 M-F
Richmond Office
Hours: 7:30-4:00 M-F
Use your email address as login and password is chamber
Contact David at 804-874-2344 or
Document Shredding is coming to Town
April 13th 9am-12pm
3209 Boulevard, Colonial Heights, VA 23834

Bring your documents to be shred and donate Dog or Cat Food for the Colonial Heights Animal Shelter.
Sponsorships are still Available!!!Contact John Today to see how you can participate.
Good Morning Networking and
Business After Hours Events
ALL-STAR COUNTRY MUSIC JAM with BIG & RICH featuring Cowboy Troy & DJ Sinister, July 8 th as part of our 2019 Eastern League All Star Week here in RVA.
This offer is good from 10am, January 28 th through Feb.11 th and is a discounted offer for $27.50 (regular ticket price will be $32.50 and the PUBLIC on sale date is February 12 th). This will be an all GA show, but with a high number of out of town guests coming, we do expect it to sellout early.  

Still Time to Register and go to China with the Colonial Heights Chamber. Email
with your Registration Form
“It takes a special person to reach somebody and calm their storm.”
Colonial Heights, VA – What was supposed to be a quiet Tuesday evening at home for the Gunder family of Colonial Heights, turned out to be a life changing trip to Southside Emergency Care Center (SECC). Misty Gunder was concerned about her 17 year old son, Justin, and his recent weight loss and trips to the bathroom late at night. Her husband was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in 1996 so she is familiar with the warning signs. When an at home blood sugar test registered levels off the charts they rushed to Southside Emergency Care Center in Colonial Heights.
“It was devastating to think he may have diabetes because he’s about to head off to college” said Misty. As they arrived at SECC they were registered and within 2 minutes were sent to triage. From there they were shown to an exam room where they met Delbert “Boo” Garrett, RN.
Boo has been with the Southside team since 2008 where he started at SRMC’s ER, then Cath Lab and is now an ER nurse at SECC. He says when Justin came in, “I knew how he felt. I’m also a diabetic and I wanted to give him the support and reassurance I didn’t have when I was diagnosed.” Boo believes treating patients like they’re family is the key to compassionate care at SECC.
SECC Director of Emergency Care Jane Burnette, MSN, RN, CEN, said that, “I’m very fortunate to have Boo at SECC. He embodies the practice of treating patients as we would want to be treated.”
Misty said it was Boo’s great personality, honesty and compassion that helped her family. Misty says, “He made us feel like we were his #1 priority and was such a breath of fresh air.” According to Misty, “It takes a special person to reach somebody and calm their storm.”
After receiving treatment at SECC, the Gunders were referred to a local endocrinologist to continue Justin’s care and diagnosis of his condition. While the family is still awaiting the results, they are glad that SECC was there to help them through that night. The staff at SECC wishes Justin well as he finalizes his college plans and begins his future in Cyber Security. They thank the family for choosing Southside Emergency Care Center at Colonial Heights.
Southside Emergency Care Center at Colonial Heights is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. SECC is located off I-95 at Exit 53 behind Discount Tire. For more on SECC, ER wait times and to save your spot in line>>>>
If you are experiencing a medical emergency call 9-1-1.
Hi, I’m Hayden with the Flying Squirrels! I hope all is well with you today. I’m trying to see if your congregation is planning summer activities or looking for activities for youth groups. I’d like to talk about what we can provide you for your group outing.
I’ve attached to this email a 2019 schedule of games, a hospitality guide, and below is a link to our virtual tour of the Diamond. If you have any questions or would like to start looking at dates for your group outing next year, please feel free to contact me anytime.
Thanks so much, and I look forward to working with you this season!
Virtual Tour Link:

YOU have donated $100,000 for Maddie's Magnificent Play Park. The  John Randolph Foundation  is matching the next $25,000 raised. Local businesses, non profits, and residents, please consider showing your philanthropic support by donating to this cause. The Play Park will be the first fully accessible, barrier free playground in the tri-cities area. Your donations will ultimately give everyone the opportunity to play. Play should have no barriers. 
We are a 501c3 non profit committed to making our community more accessible for ALL. 
There are sponsorship opportunities available.
For more information: contact 804-731-6585 or email 
The Maddie Mann Foundation for Accessible Play  thanks you for your support.  ☺️
The video is an animation of Maddie's Magnificent Play Park. The park will be built at White Bank Park in Colonial Heights, VA. Check it out!
Free self defense class for ladies in the local area. Come in and learn practical self defense. I'll teach you proper punching technique, how to escape an attacker, a slap that will take an opponent off their feet and of course groin stomping. Cause when in doubt fight dirty. Call to reserve your spot.  #blackbelt   #planetelite   #women   #kickbutt   #stompthegroin