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Join others this May 18th to Help Fight the Good Fight against brain cancer. Too many of our neighbors have been affected by this disease. Let’s work together to make sure #NoOneFightsAlone. This year, in support of Nicholas Blazek.
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Mentors for Mom Pancake Breakfast is a fundraiser that will benefit the mentoring program that provides ANSWER Scholarship recipients with mentoring and professional development coaching. ANSWER Scholarship provides educational support for moms who want to show their children the value of continuing their education and breaking the cycle of poverty. For more information, or to make a contribution, please go to https://www.answerscholarship.org.
Join Huntersville Chamber members and citizens as we celebrate the grand opening of the Skybrook Apartment Homes with a ribbon cutting and open house! December 13th from 4-7 p.m. — with property tours, food and drink and even door prizes!
Congratulations to Lori Pasewaldt of Olympic Transportation in Huntersville for her participation in and graduation from the class of 2018!
Woodspring Suites, an extended stay hotel at 9420 Statesville Road, celebrated its grand opening on Tuesday, October 30th with a full house. The Huntersville Chamber of Commerce hosted the ribbon cutting and monthly member meeting and worked with hotel staff on a Halloween theme lunch and meet and greet. Staff offered tours of the extended stay rooms and awarded numerous prizes with a raffle.
Guests at the hotel, Chamber members and visitors enjoyed a barbeque lunch and treats and Sir Purr made a guest appearance. The hotel is expanding in the Charlotte region and during the soft opening has seen a positive response in filling the area need for quality extended stay hotels.
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Early voting begins on October 17th at special polling places across Mecklenburg County. Look up your current registration status, polling place and sample ballot here: Early Voting Information Can Be Found Here!
North Carolina’s 12th Congressional District has been the home to many banks, textiles, department stores, small businesses, restaurant, farms and many more. With nearly one hundred plus constituents moving to our district daily, jobs have become more of a necessity than ever. U.S. Congresswoman Alma Adams’ staff is currently gathering a list of creditable employers who are offering living wages and have a great impact in our district.
If your company would like to participate in this year’s Community Career Fair on Tuesday, October 9, 2018 from 11 A.M. to 5 P.M at Walter G. Byers K-8 School located at 1415 Hamilton Street, Charlotte, NC 28206 as a vendor, please RSVP here https://nc12careerfairvendor.eventbrite.com
The Community Career Fair will connect attendees with companies, and businesses that currently have jobs available. The goal is to impact unemployment by giving citizens access to information, jobs and a pathway to opportunity. We want to meet the unemployed with jobs with livable wages so that they may continue to take care and nurture their families.
For employers, there will also be a room available for career fair participants to conduct on site interviews.
Please RSVP by the close of business on Tuesday, October 2, 2018. Feel free to contact me at 704-344-9950 or at Jaylon.Herbin@Mail.House.Gov for additional information.