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FORKS & CORKS – LOCAL SAVOR provides an opportunity for new and established food & beverage businesses to share the best of our local flavor to our eclectic mix of locals and tourists. You can visit us at the Welcome Center to purchase your tickets for June 6th at 5:30-7:30pm at The Hackney Warehouse in Downtown Murphy. We’re open Monday – Friday, 9:00-5:00 and Saturday 10:00-3:00.
It’s time to step out of the office and spend a day on the beautiful golf course at Mountain Harbour Golf Club. Take in the beauty of our mountains in Western North Carolina and enjoy a little friendly competition on Wednesday May 8th.
Debbie Bruce, owner of Creative Designs here in Murphy and Instructor at Tri-County Community College teaching esthetics is our Ambassador of the Month. Married to John Bruce of Mountain Insurance, Debbie raised a family here and understands the value of small town living. We encourage you to meet Debbie if you are one of the few who do not know her. Come to one of our events – you are so sure to see her there.
Rod Brown’s best advice as you seek to insure your family or business is to ask a lot of questions. Truly take the time to really look over your policy and ask all the questions, including: What type of claims are covered or not? What could happen if I have to make a claim? Better yet, give Rod and Farley Insurance a call to see how best they can protect your greatest investments. You may even get a discount as a Chamber member.
Joining them are Dr. Donna Tipton-Rogers of Tri-County Community College, Jason Forrister of Murphy High School, Tony Powell, Dave Stevens of Cherokee Scout, Brenda Mahoney of Rocking M Retreat, Chamber Ambassador Elo-ly Bailey, Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce Director Sherry Raines, Chamber Ambassador Corey Bailey, Aggie and Doug Heath, Rachel Grano of Mother’s Hemp, Bruce Lazarus of iServe Residential Lending, Becky McConnell, Shellee Hendricks, Ambassador Sherry Palmer, and Daniel McNabb of Hiwassee Dam Schools.
This annual event hosted by the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce has quickly become a favorite among residents and tourists alike. Forks & Corks is the perfect excuse to visit…
The Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce enthusiastically kicked off the Grand Re-Opening of Murphy Health & Fitness Thursday February 28th with a Ribbon Cutting. The festivities included Murphy’s Chophouse and Daily Grind & Wine catering, the Kona Ice of Blairsville truck, door prizes, membership specials, and the #ShaveThePounds weigh-in with 2030 Director, Murphy Mayor Rick Ramsey, Andrews Mayor James Reid, and Tim Radford of WKRK.
A great big thank you to Lydia Gray for making us all feel so welcome. It was a great evening of networking with Kula Wellness, Mother’s Hemp, UltraStar Multi-tainment Center at Harrah’s Valley River, America’s Home Place, Miller Well Drilling, iServe Residential Lending, USHealth Advisors-Tom Maynard, PNC Bank-Murphy, Bistro 29, Murphy Business Association, ROTOR Consulting, LLC, Kathryn Brown Jenkins, TCCC’s Small Business Center, AirMedCare Network, Murphy / Peace Valley KOA Holiday, Kona Ice of Blairsville, Murphy Health & Fitness, Appalachian Angels, McNabb Properties, Judy Bruce-Cruise Planners, Valley River RV Resort, Cinderelly’s Housekeeping, WKRK, First United Methodist Church-Murphy, and so many others. Thank You!
Venue Manager, Lydia Gray and her sister, Brooke Bridges, are joined by Cherokee County Chamber Director, Sherry Raines, and Becca McNabb. Many thanks to Cherokee County Arts Council, NC Vocational Rehabilitation, First Citizens Bank, McNabb Properties, Kula Wellness, USHealth Advisors-Tom Maynard, iServe Residential Lending, Cherokee County Master Gardeners, and Ambassadors: Corey & Elo-ly Bailey, Sherry Palmer, Barbara Hughes, and Union County Chamber of Commerce members and staff.
Chamber Director, Sherry Raines, intern Megan Palmer, and fellow Ambassadors: Sherry Palmer, Tim Radford, David Brown, and Barbara Hughes are pictured with PNC Bank Branch Manager, Nicole Hibbs (center with scissors). Thank you to Omega Safety & Environmental, McNabb Properties, Cherokee Scout, NC Vocational Rehabilitation, and The Hackney Warehouse for helping us extend a warm welcome to Nicole.
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