Business Outlook - The Daily Dispatch - February 10, 2010
Tabloid featuring news from the Henderson-Vance Chamber of Commerce
Business Outlook A quarterly publication of the Henderson-Vance Chamber of Commerce and The Daily Dispatch. Wednesday, February 10, 2010 � 1st Quarter James Edwards named Citizen of the Year at 72nd annual banquet The Henderson-Vance County Chamber of Commerce celebrated 72 years at its Annual Membership Meeting and Banquet on Jan. 21. The event was held at the VanceGranville Community College Civic Center. The keynote speaker for the evening was North Carolina Deputy Secretary of Commerce Dale B. Carroll. Prior to joining the N.C. Department of Commerce, Carroll served for 12 years as the chief executive officer of AdvantageWest, an economic development partnership that serves 23 counties in the western part of the state. Before that, he worked for 18 years with Carolina Power & Light (now Progress Energy) in roles that ranged from energy services engineer to manager of economic development. He is a past president of the N.C. Economic Developers Association and has served on the state's Economic Development Board and the N.C. Biotechnology Center's Advisory Committee for Biotechnology in Western North Carolina. Bennett H. Perry Jr. (left ) presents the 2009 Citizen of the Year Award to James Edwards, publisher of The Daily Dispatch, on Jan. 21 during the 72nd Annual Membership Meeting and Banquet at the Vance-Granville Community College Civic Center. Carroll addressed the four priorities Gov. Beverly Perdue has set for the state. Those priorities include: 1) Keeping communities safe by addressing the way the state manages parole/probation and safety in the schools; 2) setting government straight by tightening its financial belt; 3) emphasizing jobs and the economy in the midst of the worldwide recession; and 4) reducing the student dropout rates. Carroll emphasized the fact that Perdue is the first governor to have actual classroom teaching experience and that the experience gives her a unique ability to identify with local teachers. Carroll said that the evening's events had given him a shot in the arm and thanked the audience for its commitment to helping the local community. The 2008 Citizen of the Year, Bennett H. Perry Jr., presented the 2009 Citizen of the Year Award to Daily Dispatch publisher James Edwards. Edwards is a Henderson and Vance County native who is deeply involved with numerous non-profit organizations in the community. Perry said of the 2009 winner: "A very humble person, this person does not believe he has done anything out of the ordinary. He is simply a citizen trying to be a good neighbor and friend." When accepting his award, Edwards said: PLEASE SEE BANQUET, PAGE 4 INSIDE THIS ISSUE COMMITTEE GOALS FOR 2010 NEW OFFICERS ELECTED DIRECTORS / AMBASSADORS / STAFF MEMBERS 2010 LEADERSHIP VANCE CLASS FOUNDATION OFFERS DONATION OPPORTUNITIES NEW CHAMBER INTERN AREA RIBBON-CUTTINGS 2 NEW CHAMBER MEMBERS PG. 4 LOCAL APPEARANCE COMMISSIONS SEEK HELP PG. 5 CHAMBER INCREASES EFFORTS BEGINS PG. 6 TO GO GREEN UPCOMING CHAMBER EVENTS PG. 6 SECOND CHAMBER CHRISTMAS SOCIAL PG. 7 A SUCCESS PG. 8, 9, 10 CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY PG. PG. PG. PG. 11 12 Henderson-Vance Chamber of Commerce P.O. BOX 1302; 414 S. GARNETT ST., HENDERSON, N.C. 27536 PHONE: (252) 438-8414 FAX: (252) 492-8989 WWW.HENDERSONVANCE.ORG 12 PG. 13 14 PG. 15 PG. 2 THE DAILY DISPATCH BUSINESS OUTLOOK WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2010 Henderson-Vance County Chamber committee goals for 2010 During the annual banquet in January, the 2010 Chamber of Commerce Chairperson Vanessa Jones and Chamber President Bill Edwards presented the Chamber's Program of Work for 2010, identifying goals for the upcoming year. Here's a summary of objectives for each Chamber committee: continuing the Life Skills Day program to teach students basic skills in getting a job; and working with Vance-Granville Community College and Vance County public/private schools on the School of Excellence for rising 10th graders. The committee will promote the Shining Moment in Education Award winner and recognize National Board certified teachers, the Vance County Principal of the Year, and the Vance County Teacher of the Year at the Chamber's annual banquet. to oversee Chamber budgetary activities and policies, develop and maintain revenue-producing events such as the Chamber Challenge Golf Tournament, and work with Chamber staff to seek other sources of grant funding or revenue. Education Committee The Education Committee advocates for quality education in Vance County by partnering with the school system to work toward initiatives that will show a measurable improvement in graduating students and by partnering with the Vance County Public School Foundation to assist with the recruitment and retention of teachers. Specific objectives include continuing to co-sponsor the annual Teacher Executive Institute with the Vance County Public School Foundation; working with school administration to enhance business-education partnerships; Business Growth and Development Committee The Business Growth and Development Committee will continue to provide support to member businesses to assure their growth and sustainability, and will assist in the job growth of the area by education and promoting/ encouraging a favorable business climate. The committee will continue to partner with other chambers and Vance-Granville Community College's Small Business Center to co-sponsor the annual Business Expo. In addition, they will promote the importance of small business through the hosting of Small Business Roundtables; continue to recognize the Small Business Executive Committee The Executive Committee ensures the financial viability of the HendersonVance County Chamber of Commerce by providing oversight of day-to-day operations as well as developing new ideas to foster the growth of the Chamber for the future. The committee will work with the staff, other committees and volunteers of the Year in partnership with other county chambers of commerce and the Vance-Granville Community College Small Business Center; and strive to enhance the Chamber's role in job growth in the county by partnering with the Vance County Economic Development Commission, the Henderson-Vance Downtown Development Commission, the Henderson-Vance Partnership, the Vance County Department of Tourism, city and county government, and any other entity that will bring jobs to the area. They will also continue to update the booklet "How to Start and Grow a Business in Vance County" and make it available to anyone seeking to begin or expand a business in the local area. Membership Committee The Membership Committee is designed to enhance existing programs PLEASE SEE GOALS, PAGE 3 Beckford Medical Centers Accepting New Patients At Both Locations J.E. Kenney, MD F.C. Aniekwensi, MC VANCE & GRANVILLE COUNTY'S FULL-SERVICE PRINTER S.E. Reed, PA-C W.M. Davis, PA-C L. A. Tharrington, MSN,ANP - C THE DAILY DISPATCH BUSINESS OUTLOOK WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2010 3 GOALS, from page two and implement new programs to benefit all Chamber members and to encourage non-members to join. Specific objectives include continuing to use all means possible (with an emphasis on diversity) to recruit, promote and retain business while providing as much individual attention as possible including at recruitment events; and enhance existing programs and develop new programs that will spotlight businesses including Business After Hours, ribbon cuttings, radio and Web site promotions. Members will also be encouraged to get involved with their Chamber by volunteering and offering in-kind services and will be educated about the benefits of volunteerism through new member orientation events to be held at least two times yearly. The committee will also maintain the Ambassador Program and empower ambassador members to be the liaison between the Chamber and its members. In addition, the committee will promote, expand and support Vance County networking through face-to-face meetings, local networking groups and events, as well as electronic media and social networking vehicles as a membership benefit as well as a membership recruitment tool. The committee will also continue to promote the Member-to-Member Discount Program and Member Spotlight Program. The committee will promote the importance of the Leadership Vance Program and encourage community involvement after graduation; partner with local government by attending meetings of the city and county to remain informed; and continue business/government partnership forums on a regular basis to maintain a dialogue on key issues affecting the city, county, community and all law enforcement entities. They will also continue the support of the Henderson-Vance County zoning process and its implementation, support the possibility of one government for Henderson and Vance County, and plan a state and federal Legislative Day. role of being the hub of the business community. Specific objectives include promoting and maintaining the Chamber Web site to be real-time and user friendly, and introducing an e-mail newsletter for all members and organizations which have the capability to receive it electronically, with the goal of limiting mailings to those who opt for one by August 2010. The committee will continue the Chamber presence and promotion of members on local and regional radio and continue to be the point of contact to provide newcomer information to anyone wishing to relocate to the county. The committee will also continue to promote member businesses through six "Focus" newsletters and four "Business Outlook" tabloids during the year. They will also continue an informative monthly column in The Daily Dispatch and work with The Daily Dispatch to produce Envision Vance, the seventh annual quality of life guide/membership directory. Government and Public Affairs Committee The Government and Public Affairs Committee will be the pro-active advocate of the business community at the city, county, state and national levels, to further enhance our communication and voice with our elected governmental and law enforcement officials. Marketing The Marketing Committee works to increase the visibility of the Chamber and its member businesses to promote its mission and to enhance the Chamber's EZ CAR CARE "Quality You Can Depend On" H.L. & Janet Wheeler - Owners Technicians (252) 438-3289 Fax (252) 438-5286 4 THE DAILY DISPATCH BUSINESS OUTLOOK WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2010 BANQUET, from page one "I love Henderson, I love Vance County and I do what I do because of that love. I feel that we all have the responsibility of at least playing some small role in making our place better. And so to get an award for that is -- wow, wonderful!" Additionally, Vance County Schools presented the eighth Shining Moment in Education Award to First Baptist Church of Henderson for its support of E.M. Rollins Elementary School as well as Vance County Schools in general. Also recognized was Vance County Schools' Teacher of the Year, Tessa Webb-Lewis, an eighth-grade math teacher at Henderson Middle School, and Vance County Schools' Principal of the Year Anne Garrison, principal of Zeb Vance Elementary School. Also recognized at the event were the following teachers who have received National Board certification: Cora Boyd of Henderson Middle School, Karen Rowland of E.M. Rollins Elementary School, Tameka Glass of Aycock Elementary School and Valerie Hairston of Zeb Vance Elementary School. The 2010 Chamber of Commerce Chairperson Vanessa Jones and Chamber President Bill Edwards presented the Henderson-Vance County Chamber of Commerce's Annual Report and Program of Work, highlighting the previous year's accomplishments and identifying goals for the upcoming year. Sponsors for the event were: Presenting Sponsor -- Progress Energy; Gold Sponsors -- Maria Parham Medical Center and Walmart Distribution Center #6091; Silver Sponsors-- BB&T, P&G Pet Care, Supply Line Country Market and Time Warner Cable; Bronze Sponsors -- Carolina Sunrock, CenturyLink, The Daily Dispatch, Franklin Brothers Nursery & Greenhouses, J.M. White Funeral Service, M.R. Williams Inc., NCOL.NET and PSNC Energy. Contributing sponsors were AAA Gas & Appliances, Chase Development, East Carolina Tire, Gould's Ice Cream & Subs, H.G. Reynolds Company Inc., Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse, Schewel Furniture Company Inc., Servpro of Franklin, Vance and Granville Counties, Southern Chainsaw & Mower Parts, Wake Electric Membership Corporation and W.W. Properties. New Chamber officers elected The Henderson-Vance County Chamber of Commerce recently elected the 2010 officers for the board of directors. Vanessa Jones, Vance-Granville Community College's vice president of community and economic development, will assume the responsibilities of board chairperson. Other newly elected Chamber officers include David Ruggles of Maria Parham Medical Center, who will serve as first vice-chairperson, and Catherine Hughes of Satterwhite Point Marina Inc., who will serve as second vice-chairperson. Dean Overby of William L. Stark and Company will continue to serve as treasurer and Paul Harris of Harris Incorporated of Henderson will serve as immediate past chairperson. Maurice Gray of Walmart Distribution Center #6091 and Mel Manning of Harris Incorporated of Henderson were added as new board members. Ex-officio board members include Dennis Tharrington, chairperson, Henderson-Vance Partnership; Danny Wright, chairperson, Vance County Board of Commissioners; Jim Hinkle, interim director, Vance County Economic Development Commission; Phil Lakernick, director, Henderson-Vance Downtown Development Commission; Randy Parker, president, Vance-Granville Community College; Pete O'Geary, mayor, City of Henderson; Norman Shearin, Ph.D., superintendent, Vance County Schools; and Bob Singletary, president/chief executive officer, Maria Parham Medical Center. All new, existing and outgoing Chamber officers and directors were recognized during the Chamber's 2010 Annual Membership Meeting and Banquet on Jan. 21 at the VanceGranville Community College Civic Center. of HENDERSON "For 30 Years Charles Boyd Chevrolet Has And Always Will Be Your Best Dealer, Your Best Price, Your Best Decision, Guaranteed!" WWW.CHARLESBOYDGM.COM "Located Just Down The Road From The High Prices!" Chevrolet Cadillac Buick 1st Time Buyer Opportunity - Call Now! CREDIT HELP? 1-800-278-3325 FAST APPROVAL Call Russell Boyd The Pegram Agency Ray Pegram, Jr. 191 Ruin Creek Rd. Henderson, NC 27536 Rent to Own Cash Prices Available Everyone is always preapproved. We carry a huge selection of name brand merchandise. We match all competitors prices! We offer 90 Days Same as Cash towards any purchase in the store. 438-8373 #320023149 $100 coupon voucher OUTLOOK WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2010 5 BOARD OF DIRECTORS / AMBASSADORS / STAFF MEMBERS Board of Directors 2008-2010 Fern Ellington Maurice Gray BB&T Walmart Distribution Center #6091 Joretha Johnson P&G Pet Care Dean Overby William L. Stark and Company Ashley Stewardson RE/MAX Carriage Realty John Zollicoffer Stainback, Satterwhite, Burnette & Zollicoffer 2009-2011 Rudy Abate Joel Harris Liberty Kennels Inc. Vance County Farm Bureau Jenny Hester Prim Development and Rentals Catherine Hughes Satterwhite Point Marina Vanessa Jones Vance-Granville Community College Hal Muetzel Express Employment Professionals 2010-2012 Melvin Green Mel Manning Leslie Mills Tanya Evans Walter Pegram David Ruggles Area Christians Together in Service Harris Incorporated of Henderson Leslie Ann Mills Photography Progress Energy NCOL.net Maria Parham Medical Center Henderson Family YMCA Mary A. Lynn Individual Clareese Moss Shortcakes Embroidery Jarrott Patteson BB&T Susan Rogers Chick-fil-A Candy Stevens Variety Wholesalers Inc. Arlene Watkins Milkam Hospitality Inc. Sandra Wilkerson City of Henderson Julia Langston Celebrating Our HENDERSON FISH 2033 10# TROUT FILET 2039 FLOUNDER FILET - 3 POUNDS 2039 FLOUNDER FILET - 10 POUNDS 2043 WHITING FILET - 10 POUNDS 2041 PEELED SHRIMP - 2 POUNDS 4041 JACK MACKEREL - 3 CANS 1654 POPCORN SHRIMP - 5 POUNDS 2032 CATFISH - 3 POUNDS 2040 12/8 OZ. BREADED SHRIMP 8025 BREADED CATFISH NUGGETS 10 POUNDS 2128 BREADED BUTTERFLY SHRIMP 2 2/12 POUNDS 2145 GROUPER 10 LB. CS 1605 POLLOCK SKNLS/BONELESS 10# $21.50 $12.95 $27.95 $23.95 $12.95 $5.99 $19.95 $12.95 $22.95 $25.95 $6.89 $77.36 $18.99 $22.59 $20.95 $21.95 $21.95 $53.76 $58.99 $21.95 $17.95 $40.45 $27.94 $27.99 $75.24 $19.95 $28.00 Henderson Fruit & Produce, Inc. has been distributing wholesale food and paper products to local businesses for the last 50 years. What a lot of people don't realize is that anyone can come take advantage of our wholesale pricing, not just businesses. Your household can save a tremendous amount of money by buying quantities of meats, vegetables and paper products. A lot of times, it's just as cheap to buy a bulk sized item at HF&P,Inc, as it is to buy a small pack at your local retail grocery store. Not only will you save money, but you will save time. You won't have to shop for your items, you will pick them out of our catalog, then they will be brought to you and loaded in your car for you. If you come to see us once, it is our objective to make you feel like you have to come back. Fruit & Produce $28.99 $14.95 $23.89 $15.50 $14.99 $14.95 $14.95 $18.41 $12.95 $4.38 $25.00 $4.11 $10.95 $24.95 Below is a sample of items that we offer daily. 1897 2# RESTAURANT BACON 15 LB 2053 MURPHY HOUSE BARBECUE - 5 POUNDS 2046 SMOKED SAUSAGE HOT OR MILD - 10 POUNDS 4195 SLICED FATBACK - 5 POUNDS 2048 SLAB BACON - 5 POUNDS 2056 COOKED CHITTERLINGS - 5 POUNDS 2059 PORK RIBS - 10 POUNDS 2060 LINK SAUSAGE - 6 POUNDS 1193 SPLIT PIG FEET - 10 POUNDS 4201 COUNTRY HAM SLICES FOR BISCUITS 1383 10# ROPE ITALIAN SAUSAGE 4212 HOT SMOKED SAUSAGE - 2 POUNDS 4006 LITTLE SMOKIE WIENERS - 3 POUNDS 4205 FOOT LONG HOT DOGS - 10 POUNDS 2010 Chamber Officers Vanessa Jones Chairperson David Ruggles First Vice-Chairperson Catherine Hughes Second Vice-Chairperson Dean Overby Treasurer Paul Harris Immediate Past Chairperson Chamber Staff Bill Edwards Rachel Hedrick Sylvia Edwards Jimmie Terry Sheri Jones President Director of Membership Services Office Manager Work First Coordinator Communications Consultant BEEF 2007 40/4 OZ. CUBED STEAK 2008 GROUND BEEF ROLL - 10 POUNDS 2009 53-3 OZ. GROUND BEEF PATTY 2010 40- 4 OZ. GROUND BEEF PATTY 2015 20-8 OZ. CATTLEMAN RIBEYE 2014 40-40 OZ. CATTLEMAN RIBEYE 2013 40 COUNT PEPPER STEAK - 4 OZ. 2004 BEEF RIBS - 10 POUNDS 1411 SMOKED ALL BEEF SAUSAGE - 10 POUNDS 9002 PREM PHILLY STEAK 40/40 OZ. LONG 1834 MEATBALL 2/5# ALPHIN 1681 16/10 OZ. T BONE STEAK 2182 27/6 OZ. STEAK, CHICKEN FRIED 6 OZ STEAK 2195 267 BEEF STEAK FINGERS - 25 POUNDS CHICKEN 2021 96 PIECE CUT UP CHICKEN BREAST, WING, THIGH, DRUMSTICKS 2016 LEG QUARTERS - 10 POUNDS 2018 CS. CHICKEN QUARTER (APPROX 24 BREAST QUARTERS/24 LEG QUARTERS) 2022 CS. DRUMSTICK, 96 PIECES 2023 CS. WINGS, 96 PIECES 2025 53 PC BREADED BREAST FILET 1108 TYSON CHICKEN NUGGETS - 10 POUNDS 2024 B-52 HOT HOT WINGS - 5 POUNDS 2020 RAW PARTY WINGS - 5 POUNDS 2017 CHICKEN LIVERS - 5 POUNDS 2030 CHICKEN TENDERS - 10 POUNDS 9991 ROUND CHIC BREADED BREAST PATTY 53 PC 2100 4 LB. BG CHICKEN BREAST BONELESS 1237 48/4 OZ. RAW CHICKEN BREAST BONELESS 2201 PULLED CHICKEN IN BBQ SAUCE - 5 POUNDS PORK 2049 50 COUNT SAUSAGE PATTY 2050 80/2 SAUSAGE PATTIES - 2 OZ. 2058 PORK CHOPS - 5 POUNDS 2047 PORK CHOPS - 10 POUNDS CANNED VEGETABLES - 10 LB. CAN SIZE (ALMOST A GAL.) 4064 BEETS SLICED 4106 LIMA BEANS 4073 CARROTS SLICED 4079 CORN YELLOW 4082 CREAM STYLE CORN 4129 SHOEPEG CORN 4061 PINTO BEAN 4058 KIDNEY BEANS 4101 TURNIP GREEN 4135 SPINACH 4076 COLLARDS 4100 MUSTARD GREENS 4112 MIXED GREENS 4094 FRENCH FRIED ONIONS 4067 BLACKEYED PEAS 4091 FIELD PEAS W/SNAPS 4079 GREEN PEAS 4121 PEAS & CARROTS 4124 PORK & BEANS 4055 BAKED BEANS 4128 POTATO STICKS 1116 6/6# INSTANT POT W/MILK 4088 POTATO DICED 4153 WHOLE POTATO 60-80 CT 4141 SWEET POTATO PORTION 4070 BLUE LAKE STRING BEAN 4118 MUSHROOM STEMS 4138 SQUASH 4157 WHOLE TOMATOES 4085 CRUSHED TOMATOES 4147 TOMATO PUREE 4144 TOMATO PASTE 4123 PIZZA SAUCE 4150 TOMATO SAUCE 4132 SPAGHETTI SAUCE 4115 MIXED VEGETABLES $4.99 $5.50 $4.89 $4.95 $5.19 $5.69 $4.99 $4.00 $4.05 $5.49 $4.19 $3.98 $4.95 $8.82 $4.67 $4.95 $4.80 $5.89 $4.99 $6.79 $9.95 $4.84 $6.49 $5.39 $4.99 $10.29 $5.99 $3.99 $3.95 $5.24 $6.98 $6.99 $4.67 $6.95 $4.95 $26.69 CS $29.99 CS $25.48 CS $27.04 CS $28.45 CS $28.95 CS $25.89 CS $23.33 CS $22.10 CS $29.40 CS $23.89 CS $19.48 CS $26.15 CS $48.72 CS $25.87 CS $25.96 CS $29.20 CS $32.64 CS $26.69 CS $36.99 CS $18.36 CS $55.89 CS $26.88 CS $36.85 CS $29.59 CS $28.99 CS $58.75 CS $30.59 CS $18.99 CS $23.44 CS $28.45 CS $34.68 CS $37.99 CS $23.19 CS $36.89 CS $26.89 CS $49.59 $9.99 $49.79 $30.15 $36.49 $36.60 $19.95 $14.95 $13.95 $5.95 $19.70 $16.50 $13.99 $26.80 $22.95 $10.50 $24.95 $11.95 $20.95 Ex-Officio Directors Jim Hinkle Interim Director, Vance County Economic Development Commission Dennis Tharrington Chairperson, Henderson-Vance Economic Partnership Phil Lakernick Director, HendersonVance Downtown Development Randy Parker President, VanceGranville Community College Danny Wright Chairperson, Vance County Board of Commissioners Pete O'Geary Mayor, City of Henderson Dr. Norman Shearin Superintendent, Vance County Schools Bob Singletary President/CEO, Maria Parham Medical Center 2010 Chamber Ambassadors Cindy Abate Rudy Abate Bernice Bullock Kendall Conley Gina DeMent Fern Ellington Cheryl Elman Sarah Falkner Linda Fletcher Melvin Green Diane Grissom Liberty Kennels Inc. Liberty Kennels Inc. Generations Community Credit Union BB&T Five County Mental Health Authority BB&T Crafts on Wheels/ 100 Years of Flight Staffmark Vance-Granville Community College Area Christians Together in Service Wester Insurance Agency Henderson Fruit and Produce Has Everything You Need To Hold A Successful Fundraiser. FIRESTATIONS, CHURCHES AND CHARITIES... ATTENTION We Carry Fresh Fruits, Fresh Nuts, Candy and Fruit Baskets in Various Sizes. Let Us Design a Holiday Basket For You. HENDERSON FRUIT & PRODUCE, INC. 252-492-1185 We Accept Cash, Local Checks, Major Credit Cards and Food Stamps 6 THE DAILY DISPATCH BUSINESS OUTLOOK WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2010 2010 Leadership Vance class begins The Henderson-Vance County Chamber of Commerce will kick off its 2010 Leadership Vance Program with an orientation breakfast at Vance-Granville Community College today. "This program is one of my favorite parts of the job. The networks and bonds that will be formed among this group of people during this five-month period are more far-reaching than any of them can imagine," said Rachel Hedrick, the Chamber's director of Membership Services. "Through their involvement in Leadership Vance, the participants will be better informed about the assets and challenges facing our community, making them better suited for leadership roles within the community," added Hedrick. Participants in this year's class include: Beth Brockhaus, Vance-Granville Community College; Susan McNeil, Kittrell Job Corps; Mel Manning, Harris, Inc.; Jeaneen Beckham, Four County Health Network; Luke Horton, The Daily Dispatch; Brian Perry, Walmart DC #6091; Kakeasha Richardson, Henderson Wellness Center; Eva Brown, GranvilleVance District Health Department; Cyndi Smith, City of Henderson; Catherine Hughes, Satterwhite Point Marina; Harold Henrich, Vance County; Joel Rice, Five County Mental Health Authority; David Westbrook, Vance County Schools; Ann Hudson, KARTS; Kerry Rubio, Maria Parham Medical Center; Steve Stanton, Vance County; Jeff Endrusick, Endrusick Enterprises (McDonald's); and PLEASE SEE LEADERSHIP, PAGE 7 Vance County Public School Foundation offers unique giving opportunities Since 1989, the Vance County Public School Foundation has given support to Vance County Schools through financial assistance with school system activities, funding of teacher workshops, and school grants for special projects. The Foundation's current focus on the recruitment and retention of teachers is comprised of monetary awards for the annual Teacher of the Year and Principal of the Year awards in addition to teachers who obtain National Board Certification. Additional foundation programs, such as an annual teacher mini-grant competition and cosponsorship of the Teacher Executive Institute with the Henderson-Vance County Chamber of Commerce, also promote this focus. Over the years, the Vance County Public School Foundation has relied on contributions from individuals and businesses to fund its programs. One of the most popular ways to make a contribution to the foundation is through the In Memory of/In Honor of Program. It's easy to make gifts to the program, and all gifts are tax-deductible. The program provides an excellent way to honor the memory of someone or honor someone on a special occasion. When a gift is made as a memorial in memory of someone, that person's name will be posted on a permanent roster on the "In Loving Memory" link of the foundation's Web site at www.vcs.k12.nc.us/vcpsf. Also, the person or persons making the donation will receive a letter from the foundation announcing the memorial gift. Gifts made to honor someone on a special occasion will be posted on the "In Honor" link of the foundation's Web site noted above. The honoree will receive a letter of notification from the foundation announcing the gift that has been made in his/her honor. Contributions made to the Vance County Public School Foundation can be for any amount and, as stated above, are taxdeductible. To make a donation, contact George Fowler at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (252) 492-2127, ext. 2105. Great Family Dining Chicken Seafood B-B-Q Vegetables Sandwiches Desserts Eat In or Take Out � Cookin' Up Down Home Cookin' � 444 Dabney Dr., Henderson We Welcome Call Ahead Orders Open 7 Days A Week 492-4040 Sun. - Thurs. 11-9 Fri. - Sat. 11-10 THE DAILY DISPATCH BUSINESS OUTLOOK WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2010 7 LEADERSHIP, from page six Latezes Bridges, Success & Beyond Global Enterprises LLC. The Leadership Vance Program is designed to inform, challenge and educate participants on the opportunities and needs of the community and to strengthen their leadership skills while teaching about the social, economic and political dynamics that shape our community. The intensive training and exposure to all aspects of the community will provide participants with the historical background and the skills necessary for civic and community positions. The program is ultimately designed to create a group of informed and dedicated leaders who will contribute to the community. The program is organized by topic and participants are exposed to various aspects of Henderson and Vance County, specifically in regard to city and county government, health and community resources, economic development, agriculture and natural resources, history and media, and criminal justice and law. Meet our new Chamber intern Name: Jamecia Hargrove Age: 18 School: Northern Vance High School Family: Daughter of Claude and Hazel Hargrove Hobbies: Enjoys dancing, shopping and being with friends and family Grade: Senior Career interests: human resource management "It has been a divine pleasure to work at the Chamber. I have learned that business can be exciting," Hargrove said. After high school, she plans to attend either UNC-Greensboro or Peace College to major in human resource management. Hargove is a member of the National Technical Honor Society, the Key Club, the Fellowship of Jamecia Hargrove Christian Athletes, the Running Club and the Senior Senate. Her favorite subject is English. "It has been a pleasure to have Jamecia with us this year," said Chamber Office Manager Sylvia Edwards. "She takes such pride in her work and really wants to learn from this experience." Providing Henderson Excellence in Real Estate and Insurance, Since 1909. Wester Realty & Insurance Agency, Inc. Henderson, NC 27536 8 THE DAILY DISPATCH BUSINESS OUTLOOK WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2010 Yarny & Sassy opens in downtown Henderson Yarny & Sassy held a ribbon cutting on Dec. 10 to celebrate the opening of the new business. The company is located at 131 S. Garnett St. in downtown Henderson (beside Interiors) and is owned and operated by Mayra Cabello. The store sells specialty yarns and offers knitting instruction. The store can be reached at (252) 432-5601. U.S. Cellular expands local offices U.S. Cellular held a ribbon cutting on Nov. 13 to celebrate the expansion of its local offices. The company is located at 403 Prosperity Dr. in Henderson and is managed by Jim Phillips. The company specializes in cell phones and cell phone service. The company can be reached at (252) 430-8666 or on the web at www.uscellular.com. Duane Tull, MD SPECIALIZING IN GENERAL & MINIMALLY INVASIVE LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY Complete surgical treatment of cancer and disorders of the skin, thyroid, lung, breast, hernia, acid reflux, stomach, colon, gallbladder and liver. Drs. Tull, Robinson & Noel are Board Certified Surgeons & Fellows in the American College of Surgeons (FACS). Cynthia Robinson, MD 120 Charles Rollins Road Suite 206 Henderson, NC Bob Noel, MD A Department of (252) 433-0430 THE DAILY DISPATCH BUSINESS OUTLOOK WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2010 9 Coast Guard Auxiliary Henderson/Kerr Lake The Coast Guard Auxiliary Henderson/Kerr Lake held a ribbon cutting on Nov. 4 to celebrate its new Chamber membership. The organization specializes in boat safety education and can be reached at (919) 305-9388. Maintenance Plus Landscaping Maintenance Plus Landscaping held a ribbon cutting on Nov. 6 to celebrate its new Chamber membership. The company specializes in landscaping and landscape maintenance and is owned and operated by Preston and Jennifer Wade. They can be reached at (252) 425-5941 or by e-mail to email@example.com. Satterwhite Point Marina � � � � � � � � � Sports Medicine Orthopaedic Surgery Shoulder Injuries Hand & Wrist Injuries Work Injuries Arthroscopic Surgery Hips & Knees Neck & Lower Back Treatment of Fractures, Sprains & Strains � X-Ray & Rehab Facilities on Site � We Treat Patients of All Ages Rafael E. Negron, MD Board Certified in Orthopaedic Surgery Steven Neunkirchner, OPA-C Lakefront Rental Cabins Gas Dock with Marine Supplies and snacks located off Buoy K Crest Pontoon Boat Sales Wet Slip and Drystack Boat Storage 6470 Satterwhite Point Road Walk-ins & Referrals Accepted 120 Charles Rollins Road, Suite 205 Henderson, NC (252) 436-1314 THE DAILY DISPATCH BUSINESS OUTLOOK WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2010 11 Welcome to these new Chamber members Coast Guard Auxiliary Henderson/Kerr Lake 8444 Haines Creek Lane Raleigh, N.C., 27616 Phone: (919) 305-9388 Boating safety education Russell Chafin, division commander Central Baptist Church of Henderson 2574 Ruin Creek Road Henderson, N.C., 27537 Phone: (252) 492-4215 Fax: (252) 492-6656 Church Steven Harris, pastor Four County Primary Care RLLP 120 Charles Rollins Road, Suite 102 Henderson, N.C., 27536 Phone: (252) 436-0440 Fax: (252) 436-0281 Physicians/family medicne Brenda Vaughan, office manager Mr. Electric of the Northeast Piedmont P.O. Box 1758 123 Horner Street Henderson, N.C., 27536 Phone: (252) 436-9025 Fax: (252 436-9026 Electricians Robert Slack, owner Northern Carolina Surgical Associates 120 Charles Rollins Road, Suite 206 Henderson, N.C., 27536 Phone: (252) 436-0430 Fax: (252) 433-0596 Surgery/General Diana Dow, office manager Maria Parham Nephrology & Hypertension 568 Ruin Creek Road, Suite 006 Henderson, N.C., 27536 Phone: (252) 436-1080 Fax: (252) 436-1082 Physicians/Nephrology Ihab Zaggout, physician Maria Parham & Physical Pain Clinic 566 Ruin Creek Road, Suite 128 Henderson, N.C., 27536 Phone: (252) 436-1380 Fax: (252) 436-1581 Rehabilitation and physical medicine Ellen Loyd, office coordinator Success & Beyond Global Enterprises 121 Young St. Henderson, N.C., 27536 Phone: (252) 213-2231 Fax: (252) 436- 6034 Youth and family intervention services Latezes Bridges, founder/executive director Vance-Granville Business Network P.O. Box 1858 600 College Street Oxford, NC 27565 Phone: (919) 603-3910 Fax: (919) 693-5505 Civic/community/non-profit Eddie Dickerson, president Yarny and Sassy P.O. Box 735 131 South Garnett St. Henderson, N.C., 27536 Phone: (252) 432-5601 Fax: (252) 492-1364 Knitting shop, yarns, classes Mayra Cabello, owner * Off site children's entertainment available* www.fyopartyrentals.com 252-492-9800 583 Old County Home Road Henderson, NC Crossroads Christian School Tuition & Fees PreK: $3800 Kindergarten: $4800 1st - 12th: $5800 Multiple Child Discounts Clean New Facility College Prep Track MS & HS Athletic Program Weekly Chapel Services College Admissions Advisor Contact Us! 252-431-1333 Bus Transportation for Some Areas - Ask Us Personal Tours Available. Contact the school office for scheduling. ACSI Member 12 THE DAILY DISPATCH BUSINESS OUTLOOK WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2010 Henderson Community Appearance Chamber increases efforts to go green Commission and Vance Co. Appearance Commission seek assistance The Henderson Community Appearance Commission and the Vance County Appearance Commission are joining together again this year to plan a Spring Litter Sweep Cleanup Day for Henderson and Vance County on April 24. The commissions are seeking individuals, businesses and organizations to be a part of this community effort! "The cleanup day is an ideal way for individuals, businesses and organizations to get involved in improving the appearance of our community and making a real difference in a day's time," said Jane Rush, co-Chairperson of the Henderson Community Appearance Commission. During the designated day, groups will come together to help clean up trash and debris from areas they designate as needing attention or in areas the appearance commissions have identified for cleanup in Henderson and the surrounding communities in the county. The day offers a great way for church groups, especially youth groups, to clean up along streets or roads in the neighborhoods surrounding their churches or in any another area. Businesses, school groups, civic organizations and community watch groups can do the same! For more information on the effort, contact Jane Rush at (252) 492-2127, ext. 2100. The Henderson-Vance County Chamber of Commerce is stepping up its efforts to go green. Because the Chamber represents the interests of a diverse array of businesses in its membership, the organization felt that setting an example of better environmental responsibility should be a priority. As a result of those efforts, the Chamber began offering the "Focus" newsletter to its members in electronic form last year. Over 115 members have opted to receive the electronic version instead of the mailed version, allowing the Chamber staff to save printing costs, postage and real-time labor costs. The Chamber's Marketing Committee has set a goal of August to convert as many members as possible to only the electronic version of the "Focus" newsletter. In order to receive a mailed copy of the newsletter, businesses must notify the Chamber no later than Aug. 1 either by phone at (252) 438-8414 or by e-mail at info@ hendersonvance.org. In addition, invitations to Business After Hours sponsored by Chamber members will be sent in most cases via e-mail only. This will allow the Chamber to offer this service to sponsoring members for free instead of charging a $350 optional fee per event if the sponsor desires a mailing. Because of these and other changes to come, it is extremely important that all Chamber member information, including e-mail addresses, be current and upto-date. The Chamber staff asks that members make the Chamber a priority when updating any changes in contact information for their companies. The Chamber's Web site continues to increase in the number of hits to its online membership directory, so failure to notify the Chamber of new contact information could result in a loss of business for Chamber members. To update information, contact the Chamber staff at info@hendersonvance. org or at (252) 438-8414. Loves to cook Fond of sleeping in on weekends Interested in women's health issues Is board-certified in Family Medicine But her patients inspire her most Prathima Surapaneni, MD Offering Our Community Quality Healthcare For Over 10 Years Now Accepting New Patients Medical Office Plaza 120 Charles Rollins Road Suite 102 Henderson, NC 27536 John Faulkner, MD Gary Smith, MD Prathima Surapaneni, MD (252) 436-0440 THE DAILY DISPATCH BUSINESS OUTLOOK WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2010 13 Upcoming Chamber events Feb. 25: Business After Hours at Four County Primary Care, located in the Medical Office Plaza at 120 Charles Rollins Road (behind Maria Parham Medical Center). The event will be held from 5:30-7 p.m. in the lobby of the plaza. Everyone attending can get weight and blood pressure checks and flyers on how to compute body mass index. Door prizes include a flower arrangement, blood pressure monitor and a pedometer. Call the Chamber at (252) 438-8414 or RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org April 15: Business After Hours at Embroidered Image, located at 691 Bearpond Road. Enjoy a glass of wine, food and fabulous door prizes from 5:30-7 p.m. See what the business offers, including in-house embroidery, in-house screen printing, in-house custom vinyl monograms, wall decals, window decals and personalization. Call the Chamber at (252) 438-8414 or RSVP to rsvp@ hendersonvance.org April 21: 2010 Administrative Professionals Day Luncheon. For sponsorship opportunities or more information, call the Chamber at (252) 438-8414. May 27: The first Meet Me in the Street concert of the 2010 season, the free concert series brought to the local community by Harris Incorporated of Henderson. The event will be held from 5:30-8:30 p.m. along Breckenridge Street in downtown Henderson. Featured will be The Konnection Band. For sponsorship opportunities, call the Chamber at (252) 438-8414. June 2: 12th annual Chamber Challenge Golf Tournament (rain date is June 3). For sponsorship opportunities or information, contact the Chamber at (252) 438-8414 or e-mail info@ hendersonvance.org. July 22: The second Meet Me in the Street concert of 2010, featuring the Band of Oz from 5:30-8:30 p.m. along Breckenridge Street in downtown Henderson. For sponsorship opportunities, call the Chamber at (252) 438-8414. Sept. 9: The third and final Meet Me in the Street concert of 2010, featuring The Embers from 5:308:30 p.m. along Breckenridge Street in downtown Henderson. For sponsorship opportunities, call the Chamber at (252) 438-8414. 919-494-4040 ext. 28 email@example.com Serving: Vance, Granville, Warren, Franklin, & Wake Counties 14 THE DAILY DISPATCH BUSINESS OUTLOOK WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2010 Mission Statement Second Chamber Christmas social a success On Dec. 10, the Chamber hosted its second annual Chamber member Christmas Social at The Silo. About 215 Chamber member representatives were in attendance for what has become one of the highlight events for Chamber members. The event was sponsored by Holden, Moss, Knott, Clark, Copley and Hoyle PA; Phillips, Dorsey, Thomas, Waters and Brafford PA; William L. Stark & Company; and Danny W. Wright, CPA, PLLC. Featured at the event was a buffet of heavy hors d'oeuvres, a roaring fire and an opportunity to make business and social contacts with other Chamber members. The Henderson-Vance County Chamber of Commerce represents the interests of the business community in those matters that affect the ability of local businesses to prosper and grow, and the ability of Henderson and Vance County to attract new businesses. Dr. Robert F. Allen "Focused on You." DELIVERY SERVICE Ihab Zaggout, MD Board Certified in Nephrology & Internal Medicine ACCREDITED FULL SERVICE Can't come to us -- we'll come to you! Just call and have your prescriptions and over-thecounter needs delivered to your home or workplace, or if you're out and in a hurry, just use our convenient drive-up window. Pharmacist GAYLE CHEEK, RPh Manager Rory Blake, RPh MON.-FRI. 9AM - 6PM, SAT. 9 AM - 4 PM 501 S. CHESTNUT ST. Chronic Kidney Disease Anemia Metabolic Bone Disease Congenital Kidney Disease Generalized Edema Resistant Hypertension Nephrology consults Office Hours Monday-Friday 8:30-12:00 Please call for an appointment (252) 436-1080 568 Ruin Creek Rd. Suite 006 Henderson, NC A Department of 252-438-4158 WE HONOR ALL COMPETITIVE COUPONS FROM OTHER PHARMACIES! THE DAILY DISPATCH BUSINESS OUTLOOK �Britthaven �Brooks Appraisals Inc. � Buffaloe Milling Co. Inc. � Builder Tony Hirst LLC � Builder's Discount Center of Henderson � Bullock's of Henderson LLC � Burgess Farms � Care Chiropractic Center Care, Jonathan S., Attorney, PA � Carolina Bed Center � Carolina Classic Transport LLC Carolina Cooling & Heating, Inc. � Carolina Country Snacks � Carolina Greenscapes Inc. � Carolina Lanes � Carolina Quality Inc. (Burger King) � Carolina Sunrock LLC Carver Elementary School Carver's Family Restaurants � Cawthorne & Associates � Central Baptist Church � Central Community Services � Century 21 - Country Knolls Realty � CenturyLink � Character Antics � Charles Boyd Chevrolet-Pontiac-CadillacBuick-GMC Inc. � Chase Development Chick-fil-A � Citizen Schools-North Carolina � City Tire Inc. � Civitan Club of Henderson Clark Street Elementary School � Coast Guard Auxiliary Henderson/Kerr Lake � Coca-Cola � Coffey's Bail Bonds & Investigations � Coldwell Banker Advantage-Henderson � Coldwell Banker Wester Realty/Wester Insurance � Collins Collision Repair Center � Colortyme � Comfort Zone Designers Inc. � Community Empowerment Services LLC � Community Home Care & Hospice � Community Immediate Care Center � Community Workforce Solutions Inc. � Consolidated Marketing Inc. Cooper Company II LLC � Cordell's Lawn Care Inc. Courtyard/Woods Apartments � CPI Designs LLC � Cracker Barrel Crafts On Wheels Inc/100 Years of Flight � Craving Inc./DBA Simply Delicious Catering � Crawford Properties Crossroads Christian School Currin's Real Estate � D.D. Residential Services Inc. Dabney Elementary School � Daily Dispatch, The WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2010 15 CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY � (ACTS) Area Christians Together in Service � 220 Seafood Restaurant � A Dominos Pizza Store A&P True Value Hardware A&S Pest Control A.B. Hair Carpets Inc. A.M. Davis Electrical Services Inc. � A.R. Perry Glass/Henderson Oxygen � A.R.E. Mechanical Inc. � AAA Gas & Appliance � ACS-Health Management Solutions � Adcock, Wayne � Advance Printers Advantage Care In Home Services Advantage Ford-Lincoln-Mercury Inc. � Adventure Island � AFLAC/Stephanie Leonard � A-Fresh Potti By Foster � Ahner Security Inc. � Air Control Inc. � Aire-Wise Inc. � Allen, Dr. Robert F., Optometrist � Allen's Frameworks & Gallery Alliance Rehabilitative Care Inc. � Allstate Insurance Co./Nunnery Insurance Agency � Allstate Insurance Company/Jeff Ayscue Agency � Ambassador's Inn & Suites/Cornelius' Restaurant � American Cancer Society � American General Finance � American Red Cross � Arc of North Carolina Ashland Construction Company � Asset Management Services LLC Auto Connection AutoBrite Car Washes Inc. Aycock Elementary School B Massage Ballet Arts Inc. Bamboo Garden Chinese Restaurant � Bank of America � Barnett Properties, Inc. � BB&T BB&T � Beckford Drive Medical Clinic � Bees' Knees, The � Belk Inc. � Berger, Sen. Douglas E. Bill's Flowers and Gifts � Bobbitt Signs Inc. � Bobbitt Surveying P.A. � Bojangles � Bowers & Burrows Boys & Girls Clubs of North Central N.C. Vance Unit Brassfield Commercial Realty Breedlove Electric Inc. � Brewer Cycles Inc. Dale's Heating, Cooling & Refrigeration � Davidson, Billy � DB's Windshield Chip Repair & Headlamp Restoration � DeCillis and Turrentine PLLC � Designs By You � Document Systems Inc. � Dot's Hallmark Shop � Dr. Adrian Ogle � Dr. Alex Drake E.M. Rollins Elementary School E.O. Young Jr. Elementary School � Eagle PCS Inc. � EarlyFalsom Properties Inc. � East Carolina Tire Co. Eastern Minerals Inc. Eaton-Johnson Middle School Eckerd Youth Alternatives Inc. Edward Jones - Clem Seifert Edward Jones - Jeff Perry � Edward Jones - Tony Adams � Elmer A. Deal & Sons Inc. � Embassy Cultural Center Foundation Inc. � Embroidered Image Employment Security Commission Endrusick Enterprises LLC � Enterprise Rent-A-Car � Equipping Faith Church Destiny Center � Express Employment Professionals � EZ Car Care � Faith to Freedom Inc. � Family Eye Center, OD PA � Faulkner Grading & Landscaping Inc. � F-G-V Partnership for Children � Fidelity Bank � First Baptist Church � First Citizens Bank & Trust Co. � First United Methodist Church � Five County Mental Health Authority Five Star Physical Therapy, Inc. Florida Marine Tanks Inc. � Flowers Funeral Home Fogg's Exxon Service Station � Food Lion LLC For Your Occasion Party Rentals � Four County Health Network Inc./5 County Community Care Four County Primary Care RLLP Fox, Stan � Fox's Pond Company L.P./DBA Foxborough Pines Apartments � Franklin Brothers Nursery & Greenhouses Inc. � Frazco Inc. Freedom Federal Credit Union Garden Walk Villas � Gateway Community Development Corporation � General Federation of Women's Clubs/ Henderson Junior Woman's Club � Generations Community Credit Union � George's � Glover's Landscaping & Grading Inc. � Golden Skillet � Gould's Ice Cream & Subs � Granville County Cattlemen's Association � Granville Health System � Granville-Vance District Health Department � Greater Ransom Way of the Cross Temple � Greystone Concrete Products Inc. � Griesinger, Roger � Guardian Care of Henderson � Gupton Services Inc. � Gupton's Sporting Goods Inc. H & R Block � H & W Heating & Air Conditioning H. Leslie Perry Memorial Library � H.G. Reynolds Company Inc. � Hampton Inn - Henderson � Handcrafted Homes LLC � Harperprints Inc. Harris Equipment Company � Harris Incorporated of Henderson � Healthcare Options of the Triangle Healthsource Chiropractic and Progressive Rehab � Henderson Auction Gallery � Henderson Collegiate � Henderson Community Concert Association � Henderson Convention Center � Henderson Country Club � Henderson Family Medicine Clinic/A Duke Health System Affiliate � Henderson Family YMCA � Henderson Florist & Gifts Shoppe � Henderson Fruit & Produce Company � Henderson Furniture Outlet Inc. � Henderson Indoor & Outdoor Flea Market � Henderson Institute Graduates & Former Students Association Inc. � Henderson Lions Club Henderson Middle School � Henderson Pediatric Center Henderson Wellness Center PA PLEASE SEE DIRECTORY, PAGE 16 16 THE DAILY DISPATCH BUSINESS OUTLOOK � Peck, Hazel P. � Pegram Agency Inc. The / Nationwide Insurance � Pepsi-Cola of Durham Perry & Waters LLP � Pete Smith Automotive Group � Petersen Graphics � Phillips, Dorsey, Thomas, Waters & Brafford, PA Pinkston Street Elementary School � Pinnell Insurance Agency, Inc. � Pino's Italian Restaurant � Pizza Inn of Henderson � Platinum Cuts IV Barbershop � Postal Plus Business Center � Premier Chiropractic � Premier Women's Health � Prestigious Housing Inc. � Prim Development and Rentals � Print Enterprise Inc. � Pro Nails � Progress Energy � Prudential Select Properties PSNC Energy, A Scana Company � Quality Equipment LLC � Quick Print of Henderson Inc. R.H. Donnelley/DEX � Raemac Transportation � Raleigh Road Outdoor Theatre � Ransom, Kirby, DMD,PA � RBC Bank � RE/MAX Carriage Realty Recovery Innovations of North Carolina Inc. � Revlon � RiceWrap MFG LLC � Richardson, Arline � Rick Edwards Electric � RK & B Plumbing � ROBCO Manufacturing � Roberson, T.M. II, D.D.S., PLLC � Robert B. Lloyd Plumbing Inc. � Rogers Group Inc. � Rose Gin & Supply Co. � Rose Oil Company � Rosemart Inc. � Rosemyr Corporation/AA Self Storage Rotary Club of Henderson � Rural Health Group at Henderson � S.T. Wooten Corporation � Saint Augustine's College � Saint-Gobain Containers � Salare Inc. � Sams Furniture Inc. Sanford Milling Company � Satterwhite Point Marina Inc. � Schewels Furniture Company Inc. � School of Graphic Arts � Scottish Inns WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2010 CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY � Henderson, City of Henderson-Vance Chamber of Commerce � Henderson-Vance Crime Stoppers Inc. Henderson-Vance Downtown Development � Hight Warehouse Inc. � Hill's Music Shoppe Inc. � Holden, Moss, Knott, Clark, Copley & Hoyle PA � Holiday Inn Express � Holland Industrial � Home Credit Corporation Inc. Home Decorator Shoppe � Home in Henderson Inc. Homes and Land Magazine � Hoyle, Wilson S. Jr., DDS � Hughes, Jack H., Attorney � Humphries Construction Co./ Triangle North Exteriors � Humpty Dumpty Day Care � Ichibar Japanese Restaurant � Innovative Green Builders/WDT Development LLC � Interiors and Gifts Too � J & E ScreenPrint J.L. Williams Construction Company Inc. � J.M. White Funeral Service � Jameson Inn � JCPenney Co. Inc. � Jefferson-Green Inc./DBA Choice Realty � Jerry's Artarama NC Inc. Joel T. Cheatham � John Foster Homes � Johnson, Jones & Associates � Johnson's Block & Concrete Inc. � Journigan's Tire & Battery Sales � Kennametal Inc. � Kentucky Fried Chicken � Kerr Drug Inc. � Kerr Lake Country Club � Kerr Lake Glassworks/Chex Car Care � Kerr Lake Orthopaedics � Kerr-Vance Academy � Kids World Inc. � Kilian Engineering Inc. � Kimball Roofing/KBL Exteriors � Kittrell Job Corps Center L.B. Yancey Elementary School � Lakeland Theatre Company & Cultural Arts Center Inc. � Lakes Media LLC- US98.3 WLUSFM � Lamplight Inn & Tobacco Farm Camp � Lemmond, Melissa Carraway � Leslie Ann Mills Photography � Liberty Kennels Inc. � Liberty Tax Service � Life Line Outreach Inc. Little River Corporation � Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse � Loyd Plumbing Co. Lynn, Mary A. M.R. Williams Inc. � Maintenance Plus Landscaping � Manpower Services � Maria Parham Medical Center Maria Parham Nephrology & Hypertension Maria Parham Pain & Physical Medicine Clinic � Marketplace Cinema Markson Scientific LLC/DBA Markson LabSales � Mast Drug Company � Maxim Healthcare Services � Mayflower Seafood Restaurant of Henderson Medical Arts Pharmacy Mid South Electric Service Inc. Middleburg Steak House Inc. � Mike Brooks Productions & D.J. Services Mike Brummitt Heating and Cooling LLC � Milkam Hospitality Inc. � Moody Brothers Jewelers � Morgan Stanley/Smith Barney/ Virginia Clay Mr. Electric of the Northeast Piedmont � Mr. Landscape Design/ Build, Inc. � Mustardseed Photography � N.C. Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services � NCOL.NET � Needlegate New Hope Elementary School � New Republic Savings Bank � Newcomb Computers Noel, Richard, DDS, PA � Norlina Christian School � North Carolina Institute Of Minority Economic Development Northern Carolina Surgical Associates Northern Vance High School � Occoneechee Council Optimist Club of Henderson � Optimum Lighting LLC � Overby Marine � P&G Pet Care � Pacific Coast Feather � Paradise Family Dentistry Paul Heidepriem Photography � Peanut Roaster, The Inc. � Screen Master � Sears Serafin Plastic Surgery PLLC/ Aesthetic Center at MPMC � Servpro of Franklin, Vance & Granville Counties Sherwin-Williams Co. � Shortcakes Embroidery � Skateeum, The Skipper Forsyth's Bar-B-Q Smithfield's Chicken `N Bar-B-Q � So-ul Delicious � Southern Chainsaw & Mower Parts � Southern Laundry and Dry Cleaners Southern Vance High School � Southside Office Supply � St. John's Episcopal Church � Staffmark � Stainback, Satterwhite, Burnette & Zollicoffer, PLLC � Staples � State Employees Credit Union � Sterling Park Apartments � Stott Oil Co. Inc. � Stuf-It-Storage and Rentals � SunTrust � Supply Line Country Market � Sylvan Learning Center of Henderson � Tabet, Munther S., MD, PA Taco Bell � Tarheel Publishing � Tarheel Woodcrafters Inc. � TARMAC Educational Services � Team National � The Brass Shoppe � The Bullpen Sports Bar & Grill � The Church of the Holy Innocents (Episcopal) � The Guest House At Burnside Plantation � The Salvation Army � The Silo � The Teacher Store � Thompson's Landscaping and Lawn Care � Tidal Wave Car Wash � Time Warner Cable � Toyota/ Scion of Henderson Triangle Landscape and Design � Triangle North Corporate Park � Tri-County Power Equipment � Trilake Granite & Stone Inc. � Triumph LLC � Tucker, Dr. Beverly � U.S. Cellular Union Bank & Trust Company � Union Chapel United Methodist Church � United Home Care Inc. � United Way of Vance County/ Volunteer Center � Vance Athletic Supply Co. Inc./DBA Sportrax � Vance Charter School � Vance Construction Company Vance County � Vance County Arts Council � Vance County Community Foundation Vance County Economic Development Commission � Vance County Farm Bureau, Inc. � Vance County Habitat for Humanity Vance County Public School Foundation � Vance County Schools Vance County Tourism � Vance Family Medicine � Vance Furniture Company � Vance Granville Home Builders Association Vance-Granville Business Network � Vance-Granville Community College Variety Wholesalers Inc. Verizon Wireless � Vescom America, Inc. � Video Conception � Vulcan Materials � W. W. Properties � Wake Electric Membership Corporation � Walker Auto Stores � Walmart DC 6091 � Walmart Store 2256 Waste Industries Inc. � West Hills Veterinary Centre Wester, M. W. III, DDS Western Vance High School � Wheeler, Ted/DBA Ted's Service Company � Whitco Termite & Pest Control White's Utility Buildings � Wille, Thomas (Tom) � William L. Stark and Company WIZS Radio � Woodruff Trucking, Moving & Storage Inc. � Wooten, William S. DDS, PA � Wray, Michael, N.C. Rep. � Wright, Danny W., CPA PLLC � Yancey Hines Special Events Photography Yarny and Sassy Zeb Vance Elementary School � Denotes members of the Chamber's 110 Percent Club who are funding the Chamber at 110 percent of their normal investment level. Thank you!