Aetna Funding Advantage (AFA) makes it easy for members of any Chamber of Commerce in 26 western North Carolina counties to save money on their benefits with up to 25% savings on monthly costs vs an ACA plan**. And now, these businesses can save on average, an additional 2% on monthly costs through Chamber Health Insurance for Western North Carolina.
There are lots of reasons for you to grab your beer stein, put on your Lederhosen or your Dirndl and head to Sugar Mountain Resort Saturday & Sunday, October 10 & 11, 2020. The Harbour Towne Fest Band will provide a festive Bavarian atmosphere to Sugar’s 30th annual Oktoberfest celebration. Admission, parking and shuttle service are free. Rain, shine or snow the festival will go on! For additional information please call 828-898-4521.
App State named among nation's 'Best Colleges' for 2021
This fall, national publications U.S. News & World Report and The Princeton Review and personal finance magazine Money.com recognized App State as one of the nation’s top-performing schools for its academics, value, innovation and student veteran services, among other aspects.
Seasonal Jobs at Samaritan's Purse
It’s that time of the year again! Samaritan’s Purse -Operation Christmas Childhas seasonal, paid employment opportunities available and would like to share them with the local community.
They have need for over 700 people and there are many jobs available for team coaches, warehouse workers, certified forklift operators, Class A drivers, and mail processing staff. The processing season begins mid-November and runs through mid-December. These positions are temporary, full-time opportunities, Monday through Saturday, and require a solid commitment for the duration of the project.
Applications are open now through October. Instructions for applying online can be found on the Samaritan's Purse website under “Get Involved” - “Employment” - “Operation Christmas Child Processing Center Seasonal"
The Schaefer Center Presents..!
The 2020-21 season of “The Schaefer Center Presents…” performing arts series, presented by Appalachian State University’s Office of Arts and Cultural Programs, announces its fall series, which will be presented in an all-virtual format Oct 9-Dec. 4.
The series traditionally offers students, faculty, staff and the community a diverse array of music, theatre and dance designed to enrich the cultural landscape of the campus and surrounding area, showcasing some of the finest artists around the globe, the nation, and the region. The virtual experience will be no exception, featuring a varied lineup that includes livestreamed and pre-recorded theatre, music, and other events — from American Shakespeare Center and Watkins Family Hour to the university’s own Hayes School of Music and a special event with world-renowned primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall.
The Children's Council of Watauga County, Inc. is seeking input from our community for our strategic planning process. Please complete this quick survey so they can access what our community already knows about their work, what they doing well, and/or what they need to be doing to better serve young children in Watauga County.
Even if you don't know much about them, your input will be helpful. Please respond by September 30, 2020.
Spectrum Reach Webinar
Wednesday, October 14th
Rebuild My Town
Hosted by Chip and Joanne Gaines of the Magnolia Network