Displaying items by tag: Richmond County Chamber of Commerce

ROCKINGHAM — Although the doors have been open for the better part of the last two years, Sandhills Best Care Primary Care finally held its ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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HAMLET — Although the doors have been open for about two weeks, owners of a new do-it-yourself craft studio in Hamlet will be snipping the red ribbon later this week.

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HAMLET — The local business community gathered Tuesday evening at Cole Auditorium to celebrate their own at the Richmond County Chamber of Commerce’s annual Gala and Awards Celebration.

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Our featured leading lady today is not from Richmond County, but her dedication and involvement in our community would make you think that she was a native.

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Our leading lady today is a stranger to almost none. Between veteran affairs and programs, events in downtown Rockingham or with the Richmond County Chamber of Commerce, a multitude of community initiatives and projects, and leading operations at Hudson Brothers Deli, Robin Gainey Roberts is well-known by most. 

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Wave the checkered flag for this trailblazing NASCAR powerhouse and our newly appointed CEO/ president of the Richmond County Chamber of Commerce. Paving the way for females in a male-dominated industry, Kristi Richardson King from Ellerbe continues to advance at racing speeds. 

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ROCKINGHAM — The threat of winter weather later in the week has led to some closures and cancellations in Richmond County.

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ROCKINGHAM — The Richmond County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors announced Kristi Richardson King, a native of Ellerbe, as the organization’s new president/CEO. 

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ROCKINGHAM — Representatives from many of Richmond County’s top employers spent Thursday evening at the airport schucking away at the annual Industry Appreciation Oyster Roast.

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ROCKINGHAM — Small businesses in Richmond County can now apply for micro-grants of up to $2,500 to help recover or “pivot” from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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