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Huntersville chamber has new officers, meeting schedule

The Huntersville Chamber of Commerce has new officers: President, Jeff Neely, principal of Neely Management Consulting; vice president: Walter Siegenthaler, executive vice president of Daetwyler; treasurer, Marlene Huneycutt, Huneycutt & Associates; and secretary, Sandra Brennan, of Burkert Fluid Systems. The chamber’s executive director Jill Swain, former mayor of Huntersville, said the May 17 meeting will […]

RCCC graduation May 13

May 12. Nearly 1,000 graduates will receive associate degrees, diplomas and certificates at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College’s graduation ceremony May 13. Steve Morris, chair of the Cabarrus County board of commissioners and Rowan-Cabarrus Community College board of trustees member, and Greg Edds, chair of the Rowan County board of commissioners, are the commencement speakers. The graduates range […]

Cabarrus transportation summit May 24

May 4. The Cabarrus Regional Chamber of Commerce will focus on the role of transportation in regional and state economic development at a summit May 24. NCDOT Secretary Nick Tennyson will talk about the Strategic Transportation Investment law’s impact on projects. NC Ports Authority CEO Paul Cozza will discuss improvements that better position the state for […]


Visit Lake Norman celebrates National Tourism Week

May 2. The first full week of May is annually recognized as National Travel and Tourism Week, a tradition first celebrated in 1984. Visit Lake Norman will celebrate the power of tourism by giving away tickets to various local and regional attractions and events, including Rural Hill’s NC Brewers and Music Festival, Lake Norman Comedy Zone […]

Mooresville to host Race City Festival

April 28. The Mooresville-South Iredell Chamber of Commerce will host the 33rd annual Race City Festival May 14 in downtown Mooresville. The only outdoor street fair in our area, the family-friendly event will feature live entertainment, 200 vendor booths, a food court, beer garden, arts, crafts, antiques, business displays, local mascots and NASCAR racing displays. Downtown […]

Register for Lake Norman Chamber business expo

April 28. The Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce has opened general registration for its 2016 Business Expo, the region’s largest business trade show. The event will be held 11 a.m.-5 p.m. June 2 at Belk Arena at Davidson College. Exhibitor booths are $250-$450. Booths for nonprofit organizations are $80. Register at the Lake Norman Chamber of […]

Lake Norman Chamber celebrates Small Business Week

April 26. The Towns of Huntersville, Davidson, and Cornelius have joined with the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce in celebrating the contribution of small business to the Lake Norman regional economy during Small Business Week, May 1-7. Each of the three towns has issued proclamations citing the contributions of the Lake Norman Chamber, Lake Norman […]

Uwharrie annual meeting May 10

Uwharrie Capital, parent company of Uwharrie Bank and Uwharrie Investment Advisors, will hold its annual meeting Tuesday, May 10, at the Stanly County Agri­Civic Center in Albemarle. Dinner and fellowship will begin at 4:30 pm. Shareholders are invited to the business meeting at 6 pm.

Democratic candidates’ forum May 6

The Democrats of North Mecklenburg and the Mecklenburg County Democratic Party will host a forum with 12th Congressional District Democratic candidates 7-8:30 p.m. May 6 at Cornelius Town Hall. This is an opportunity to meet and ask questions of the candidates who seek to represent North Mecklenburg County in the newly-drawn 12th Congressional District prior […]

Free OT presentation at Cabarrus College of Health Sciences

April 21. Occupational therapy assistant students at Cabarrus College of Health Sciences will present information and pamphlets on the profession at a free presentation April 28. Topics include using adaptive equipment, reducing fall risk, strengthening your hands, technology in OT, and health and wellness promotion. Presenters will answer questions and engage the audience in discussion about the […]