The Greater CWC Chamber & Visitors Program continues to love local with its August partners breakfast by showcasing a talented group of dynamic community-focused individuals, businesses and programs.
The breakfast is Tuesday, August 24 at 8 a.m. at the spacious and scenic Stone River in West Columbia.
The headlining speaker, Cayce Mayor Elise Partin, is answering questions and delivering details about recent Cayce news and things happening in the future. Also, students from Wil Lou Gray Opportunity School, which is celebrating its centennial this fall, are honoring the state and country by presenting the colors. Wingard’s Market, new Chamber members, will have staff enrolling guests for its member rewards program and providing fall gardening and landscaping information.
In addition, the Chamber will offer biscuits and beverages as well as present awards to the Ambassador of the Quarter and the Business of the Quarter. That selected business will choose a local charity to receive a donation from the newly developed CWC Cares program that supports area nonprofit organizations.
Greater CWC President & CEO Tim James stated, “We are entering a busy time of year for our region, and these monthly meetings are crucial to understanding the needs and opportunities for our members. We are very excited about this month’s group of speakers and topics. It’s a group that embodies the character and passion of our’ love local’ mission.”
Guests can register for the breakfast and inquire about membership by contacting Tim James at [email protected].