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Our Membership Committee will compile all
nominations and send the ballot of finalists to Chamber members for popular
vote to determine the final winners. Winners will be announced at our
Awards Luncheon on February 12th at Meadowbrook Inn!
2018 Chamber Award
Tomorrow, December 14th
Help select our 2018
Chamber Award Winners. Tell us, "who" is the best in the
following categories and be sure to include a description of why your
nominee should win the award:
Can you lend a hand
during WinterFest weekend? There are a few volunteer opportunities
available. Please email Sarah, or call 828.295.7851 for details.
Did you miss the
deadline to reserve an ice sculpture for the Ice Stroll? There's room for a
few more, but your reservation must be submitted no later than tomorrow, December 14th! Check your email or contact Sarah for more info.
Winter Storms and
Winter storms can be
anything. It could be a moderate snow over a few hours. Winter storms could
be sleet, freezing rain, icing or dangerously low temperatures that
sometimes go along with strong winds. One of the main concerns is that a
winter storm can knock out heat, power and communications services to your
home or office. When these services are out, they could be out for days at
It is important to
be prepared for winter weather. Click here for tips before, during and after a winter
WELCOME NEW MEMBER
hopes to end the euthanasia of adoptable dogs and puppies in NC! Intake
numbers of dogs and puppies in rural southern shelters are extremely high.
Many times puppies and highly adoptable dogs are being euthanized due to
lack of space. We hope to help shelters change their intake policies,
promote spay/neuter in communities and find ways to rescue the majority of
adoptable dogs and puppies in high kill shelters.
information, call 828.434.0620, visit the website. or follow them on Facebook.
TAC Talk: Country
Music Pioneers of Southern Appalachia: G.B. Grayson and Henry Whitter
13th at 6 pm
Blowing Rock Art
& History Museum welcomes music historian Josh Beckworth who will speak
on one of the most influential musical duos in the history of
traditional music in Country Music Pioneers of Southern Appalachia: G.B.
Grayson and Henry Whitter. Their lives and music, which were strongly tied
to Southwest Virginia, Northeast Tennessee and Ashe and Watauga counties,
provide a fascinating insight into life in the Appalachian Mountains at the
turn of the 20th century.
Come see Santa at
The Blowing Rock! He'll be waiting for children by the fire from 1 - 3 pm
on Saturdays until Christmas! No admission required to visit with Santa;
admission needed for entry to attraction.