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Shelby County Chamber

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The inaugural Tourism & Recreation All Star Awards were held to honor those who make Shelby County an attractive destination for tourists and visitors. Read more

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Later this month, Oak Mountain High School freshmen will get a perspective of what it’s like to live in the real world when the Shelby County Chamber brings its ShelbyOne initiative program “Keeping It Real” to their campus Oct. 24. Read more

Oak Mountain Schools

Probate Judge Allison Boyd addresses the crowd at the Sept. 5 chamber luncheon.

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Mental health needs and Services in Shelby County was the topic of the Sept. 5 Chamber Connections Luncheon held at the First Baptist Church of Columbiana. Read more

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Marcy Campbell, RN, Health Science, Shelby County Schools and Shelby Baptist Medical Center

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The Shelby County Chamber of Commerce held its Community Luncheon on Wednesday, featuring all the nominees for Healthcare Professional of the Year. Read more

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Kenneth Boswell spoke about the economy and census during Thursday's luncheon Read more

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Shelby Chamber Small Business Award Winners

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The five winners for Shelby Chamber Business of the Year spoke at the Chamber's Connection Luncheon on July 11. Read more

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Carrie Coleman

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The luncheon, presented by the Chamber's Tourism and Recreation Group, focused on the economic impact throughout Shelby County. Read more

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Melody Whitten discussed the progress of 58 Inc. at Thursday's luncheon. Read more

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Small business award winners

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Of the 33 nominees for small business of the year, five took home the award at Wednesday's event. Read more

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Carletta Singleton

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Carletta Singleton from the U.S. Census Regional Bureau Office in Atlanta gave a presentation entitled “Everyone Counts.” Read more

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LaJuana Hamer describes herself as a “chameleon.” Whatever the schools need from her on any given day, that’s what she’s going to do. Read more

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Group winners for Shelby County Chamber's Student & Educator of the Year

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The Shelby Chamber honored outstanding students and educators at their monthly luncheon. Read more

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Bruce Andrews

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Bruce Edwards, executive director of the Shelby County Arts Council, was the featured speaker at Thursday's Shelby Chamber Connections Luncheon. Read more

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Shelby Chamber Connections Luncheon March 7

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Neika Nix of STVHS discussed ways to be healthy at the Shelby Chamber Connections Luncheon on March 7. Read more

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State of Our Communities luncheon 2019

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Chamber President Kirk Mancer introduced the program where “all municipalities in Shelby County were invited to share their thoughts on their respective communities.” Read more

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AAI president and chief executive officer, Jim Page, broke down a number of facts about not just the state of Shelby County’s infrastructure, but the state of Alabama’s infrastructure as a whole. Read more

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The South Shelby and Greater Shelby County chambers of commerce announced in early December that they would come together to form a single organization, the Shelby County Chamber. Read more

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  • Laura Richman was named Shelby County Officer of the Year

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    Laura Richman was named Shelby County Officer of the Year

  • Shelby Chamber Small Business Award Winners

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    Shelby Chamber Small Business Award Winners

    From L-R: Brittani Morris, Khiari McAlpin, Kim Phillips, Dr. Jay Crisman and Maurice Mercer

  • Drew Ann Long

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    Drew Ann Long

    Drew Ann Long, founder of Caroline's Cart, addresses the crowd at the Shelby Chamber Luncheon on May 22, 2019.

  • Small business award winners

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    Small business award winners

    The five winners of the small business award pose with their awards.

  • Carletta Singleton

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    Carletta Singleton

    Carletta Singleton from the U.S. Census Regional Bureau Office in Atlanta gave a presentation entitled “Everyone Counts” focusing on importance of the 2020 Census to Shelby County and all of its communities at the May 2 Shelby Chamber Connections Luncheon.

  • Career Ready Student Nominees at Shelby County's Student & Educator of the Year Luncheon on April 24, 2019.

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    Career Ready Student Nominees at Shelby County's Student & Educator of the Year Luncheon on April 24, 2019.

    Career Ready Student Nominees at Shelby County's Student & Educator of the Year Luncheon on April 24, 2019.

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