Volume 16, Number 7
Wake Electric will host the Business After Hours on Thursday, Aug. 24, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. It will be held in their downtown Wake Forest location at 100 South Franklin Street.
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The Wake Forest Area Chamber of Commerce will host its 2017 Golf Tournament at the Hasentree Golf Club on Monday, Oct. 2, and there are many ways for area businesses to be involved by becoming a sponsor, contributing a prize or playing in the tournament. Remember that date is also the tournament’s 25th birthday!
This year’s registration includes greens fees, range balls, mulligans, a shotgun raffle ticket with the chance to win $200, beverages during play and a lunch reception.
To learn more about sponsorships and prizes, call Sherry at 919.556.1519 or email@example.com
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There are still booths available for the chamber’s Business Expo presented by CenturyLink. It is early this year – Tuesday, Sept. 19, from 3 to 7 p.m. at Richland Creek Community Church.
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Develop your leadership skills, get to know the Wake Forest area, and discover how you can contribute to this community by enrolling in the nine-month Leadership Wake Forest program. Learn about the town’s history, town government, economic development and entrepreneurship. Leadership training and team building are built into the program, and a community project culminates the experience.
Half of the 20 spots are still available. The program is open to members and non-members, and tuition starts at $500. Limited scholarship opportunities are available. Learn more by watching our new Leadership Wake Forest promotional video!