A HENRY COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PUBLICATION
YOUR BUSINESS IS OUR BUSINESS
HAMPTON • LOCUST GROVE • MCDONOUGH • STOCKBRIDGE
IN THIS ISSUE Chair’s Message
Business After Hours
Business Booster Luncheon
Women’s EmPOWERment Summit/ Education Foundation Scholarship for Young Women
l a u n n A 2 5 Banquet and Awards 52 Years of Excellence
Comfortably South of Atlanta The Henry County Chamber of Commerce serves as the voice for the business community, provides quality services and programs that meet the needs of its members, improves the economic environment of the community and creates a legacy of leadership for the future.
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One of the most anticipated events of the year, the Henry County Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Banquet & Meeting is dedicated to celebrating leading business owners and entrepreneurs, corporations and supplier diversity advocates, government and community leaders — who demonstrate excellence in their support for the business community and through their accomplishments. The award winners for year 2018 were revealed at the Annual Awards Dinner & Meeting on February 9, 2019. Continued on page 7
Join us on March 7 at the HCCC 2019 Women’s EmPOWERment Summit presented by Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
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MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR
Sharon Ponder Vice President of Finance at the Bennett International Group 2019 Chair of Henry County Chamber of Commerce
Our Chamber… The month of March has been designated as Women’s History Month. There have been so many important female figures throughout history and of recent who have made an impact in my life. However, none so impactful as the influence of my mother. As a young child, I never understood the amount of dedication it took for my mother to juggle a full time job while taking care of her home and family and being in attendance at every one of my afterschool functions. My mother was able to manage all of these activities without the advent of all the advance technologies that we have today. I would watch my mother walk around with a note pad and simply a list of her many to-do’s. Somehow, she managed to get all of her tasks done with a spirit of excellence. Along with the influence of my mother I have been blessed to have others in my life as influencers. I have been able to “grow up” in the business field here at Bennett International Group with an excellent role model in the owner, Mrs. Marcia Taylor. Her story of coming from humble beginnings to where she is now is truly inspiring. In 1974, Marcia and her husband, JD Garri-
Expanding the Possibilities.
son, purchased George Bennett Motor Express which had 15 trucks and 30 trailers. In 1981, J.D. unexpectedly passed away, but Marcia opted to forge ahead at being the owner of a trucking company in a predominately male industry. Fast forward to today and Bennett International Group is now comprised of trucking, warehousing, crane and international freight forwarding companies. Bennett now has over 1000
employees and over 3,000 drivers. All of this is due to her faith and her fortitude to overcome obstacles. On March 7, the Chamber will be sponsoring our first ever Women’s EmPOWERment Summit. So whether you are that working mom trying to navigate how to balance all of the tasks life is throwing at you or you are that new entrepreneur trying to determine your next business move, our empowerment conference
will have something for you. Thanks to our presenting sponsor, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, and all of our other sponsors for making this event possible. Hope to see you there as we continue ~ Our Chamber… Expanding Our Possibilities.
2019 STAR BREAKFAST
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STUDENT / TEACHER APPRECIATION RECOGNITION
The Henry County Chamber of Commerce Education Committee hosted Henry County’s STAR Breakfast on February 15, 2019 at Eagle’s Landing Country Club. During the annual event, Chamber officials honored our county’s 2019 STAR Students and Teachers. The Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE) Foundation, the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, and the Georgia Department of Education sponsor the STAR Program each year, but the Henry County Chamber of Commerce takes on the local recognition ceremony with sponsorship support from various businesses in the community.
2019 HENRY COUNTY STAR STUDENTS & TEACHERS
RISING STAR Henry County STAR winners, students and teachers. Each STAR student selects the teacher who had the most influence on their achievements as a student. For a student to be a STAR Student at their respective high school, that student must have the highest SAT score and be in the top 10 percent or top 10 students of the class based on grade point average.
David Curry Union Grove High School senior Kyle Carden was named Henry County STAR Student at the annual STAR Student and Teacher Banquet held at Eagle’s Landing Country Club on Friday, February 15. Carden earned the recognition by having the highest SAT score out of seniors in schools – public and private – throughout the county.
The Henry County STAR Students and Teachers are as follows: • Bible Baptist Christian School – Louange Amemegbaleo (student), Jennifer Bass (teacher) • Community Christian School – Chloe Gilkesson (student), Beth Burer (teacher) • Creekside Christian Academy – Mikaela Relford (student), Felicia Courtland (teacher) • Dutchtown High School – Torren Thomas (student), Rajeswari Narasimhan (teacher) • Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy – Dhruti Trivedi (student), Judith Lockhart (teacher) • Eagle’s Landing High School – Raena Prude (student), Chansi Coleman (teacher) • Hampton High School – Julia Underwood (student), Sean Brumfield (teacher) • Henry County High School – Eyoel Betre (student), Uriel Richardson (teacher) • Locust Grove High School – Joshua Duffey (student), Shelia Gatlin (teacher) • Luella High School – Matthew Grant (student), Dr. David Collart (teacher) • New Creation Christian Academy – Jaron Anderson (student), Bonnie Gardner (teacher) • Ola High School – Emma Stacey (student), James McDonald (teacher) • Stockbridge High School – Maxwell Askew (student), Joy Hebert-Woodward (teacher) • Strong Rock Christian School – Matthew McCracken (student), Nathan Boles (teacher) • Union Grove High School – Kyle Carden (student), Rita Prescott (teacher) • Woodland High School – Hannah Perryman (student), Cassaundra Bell (teacher)
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MARCH 2019 TUESDAY
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2019 BOARD OF DIRECTORS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Sharon Ponder, Chair, Bennett International Group Christy Chewning, Chair-elect, Central Georgia EMC Shaun Mock, Secretary/Treasurer, Snapping Shoals EMC Laura Turner, CVB Chair, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Wayne Lowrey, Immediate Past Chairman, United Community Bank Josh Duncan, Vice Chair for Government and Education, F5 Financial Morrelle McCrary, Vice Chair for Economic and Cultural Development, RAM-Tech PC Solutions Scott Mahone, Vice Chair for Chamber Development, Mercer University David Gill, HCCC President and CEO
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CLASS OF 2020: Scott Mahone, Mercer University Genie Moore, Mary Kay Consultant Kedon Williams, Southern States, LLC Kerry Arnold, Heritage Bank Sharon Ponder, Bennett International Group Linda Clark, C&C Fence CLASS OF 2021: Josh Duncan, F5 Financial
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CLASS OF 2019: Laura Turner, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Sen. Brian Strickland, Smith, Welch, Webb and White Shaun Mock, Snapping Shoals EMC Lincoln Parks, Web Mobile Fusion Richard Sylvia, Chairman, One Henry Professional Services team David Campbell, Georgia Power
11 AM BUSINESS BOOSTER LUNCHEON, HR
5:30 PM BUSINESS AFTER HOURS, CA&I MEDICAL SERVICES
Morrelle McCrary, RAM-Tech PC Solutions Christy Chewning, Central Georgia EMC Elna Poulard, Family Support Circle Kevin Demmitt, Clayton State University Lorrie Harrison-Amis, Kaiser Permanente
CHAIR APPOINTEES Brandon Hutchison, Atlanta Motor Speedway Dr. Murray Williams, Southern Crescent Technical College EX OFFICIO MEMBERS Deborah Armstrong, Henry County Hospital Authority Dr. Mary Elizabeth Davis, Superintendent Henry County Schools Tony Carnell, HC Water Authority Angie Sorrow, Leadership Henry, Chair Trisha Colpetzer, Leadership Henry Representative Don Dunlap, Youth Leadership Henry, Chair Mayor Robert Price, City of Locust Grove
Mayor Steve Hutchison, City of Hampton Mayor Billy Copeland, City of McDonough Mayor Anthony Ford, City of Stockbridge June Wood – Chair, Henry County Board of Commissioners Leonard Sledge, Henry County Development Authority
CHAMBER STAFF David Gill, President & CEO Barbara Ingram, Director of Communications Gary Sparrow, Membership Director Phyllis Reeves, Office Manager CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU STAFF Laura Luker, Director of Tourism Aisha White, Digital Marketing Assistant
Why I Use Lists until I have enough to talk to the co-worker about (or until something is urgent) and I wait until a time when the person is free to ask my questions. That way, it doesn’t distract the co-worker from his/her job just to answer my questions. • When I need to do something that is dependent on something else (tell a client something when he/she calls, or do something when I get home), I don’t have to try to remember what it was if I write it on a list. This solves the problem of always remembering what I needed to do when it’s too late or I’m not there anymore. • I create checklists of procedures for tasks that took me a while to figure out. These lists help the next person know what to do without searching. Lists are also important for safety procedures or other processes that are important to the job. I know you’re probably thinking that lists aren’t for you, or they’re too much trouble. They might be, if you never clean out the list or don’t review the lists daily. If it’s a checklist for employees to follow, the list has to be enforced to be worth the trouble. All I know is that I was skeptical when I read that it would clear my mind. Now I’m a believer!
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If you’ve ever read the Harry Potter books or seen the movies, you may remember seeing By Alisa Kirk Professor Dumbledore use his Pensieve to get rid of all the extra thoughts that are bouncing around on his head. He would use his wand to pull the thoughts out one by one and place them in the Pensieve for safekeeping. It seems like just a fantasy idea, until you consider the number of times you’re riding home from work or awaking from a sound sleep only to think of something you forgot to do. What if you could get those thoughts out of your head and free your mind for current issues? That’s why I use lists. When I think of something I need to do, I write it on notecards that I carry around with me. I have a different notecard for each category of list, and I daily go through the notecards to make sure I do what needs to be done. Here’s how it helps me: • When I go through my email, I deal with each email on the spot. If it’s going to take a while or I can’t deal with the email item right now, I add it to a list. Then I get all of the emails out of the inbox so they won’t distract me. • When I need to ask a co-worker a question, I write it down on a list. I collect those items
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CHAMBER BRIEFS Learn about the great things that are happening in our community… Alethia Barnes Named Chamber Ambassador of the Month in January For her dedicated service, Chamber Ambassador Alethia Barnes (l.) was awarded January Ambassador of the Month at the monthly Ambassador’s luncheon held at Cowboy Chicken located in South Point Shopping Center. Presenting the award was Board member Ambassador Committee Chair, Genie Moore. If you are a Chamber member with good news to share, send your logo and/or photo and information to email@example.com and let us spread the word!
Leadership Henry learns about County Government during January class By Trisha Colpetzer January was all about county government as the Leadership Henry class visited with leadership from a variety of county departments. The morning session was held at the Cotton Fields Golf Course where County Manager – a member of the Leadership Henry class of 2017 – Cheri Matthews welcomed the class and gave an overview of Henry County. Johnny Wilson, District I Commissioner, discussed with the class many of the issues that he and the other commissioners are facing, followed by a question and answer session. Over the course of the morning, the class heard from several other speakers including: • Daunte Gibbs, Planning and Economic Director
• Ron Burkhalter, Public Works Director • David Curry, Tax Commissioner • David Smith, Financial Services Director Following lunch provided by Pippin’s BBQ and Catering, the class moved to the Henry County Judicial Center. Henry County Solicitor Pam Bettis provided an overview of the Henry County Judicial Center before Henry County District Attorney Darius Patillo – a member of the Leadership Henry class of 2018 – gave the class more information about how his team helps
Cheri Matthews, County Manager, and Brad Johnson, Deputy County Manager, updated the class on some of the many services the County provides.
represent the citizens of Henry County. They also learned how the Sheriff ’s Department keeps our court facilities safe and secure for the over 200,000 people that visited last year.
To finish the day, the class spent time working on their legacy project, the capstone assignment they must complete as a class prior to graduation.
YLH experiences Georgia state legislation in action
By Lyndsay Theado On Tuesday, February 5th, the Youth Leadership Henry Class of 2019 visited the Georgia State Capitol for their day of focus on Georgia state government. Many of our Henry County Representatives and our local Senators stopped by to talk with the class about what their daily life in policy making entails. The students were able to ask lots of questions and were all surprised to learn that most of our local legislators didn’t start out pursuing these careers, but had life experiences that lead them to this path. Our thanks go out to Senator Emmanuel Jones, Senator Brian Strickland, Rep. Andy
Welch, Rep. El-Mahdi Holly, Rep. Karen Mathiak, Rep. Demetrius Douglas, and Rep. Dale Rutledge for each taking time out of their busy morning to talk with our class! The students joined the gallery in the House of Representatives and were able to watch how the daily agenda unfolds when in session. Once the sessions were completed, they toured the Senate floor and then spent time with Senator Strickland who answered all of their questions. The class made a stop at the Georgia Department of Education where they dialoged and asked questions about their personal, educational journeys. Finally, they visited the Georgia Department of Transportation 511 Center and observed how all of our roadways are monitored and learned how roadside assistance gets disYLH Class poses with the Henry County State legislative body and Governor Bryan Kemp. patched.
THE CREEK BLOCK PARTY
SENIORS BINGO BASH
MARCH 7, CREEKSIDE CHRISTIAN ACADEMY, MCDONOUGH Featuring celebrity entertainer magician Justin Flom Food vendors on site at 5 PM / Show starts at 7:30 PM Gen. Adm. $10 / Early Adm. $15 / Early Adm. + $20 Food Ticket = $30 Purchase tickets online: www.crecksideacademy.org
MARCH 27, 10 AM – 12 PM, TED STRICKLAND COMMUNITY CENTER, STOCKBRIDGE Games, snacks, prizes, fun. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 678-8333348.
PAINT HENRY BLUE KICK-OFF EVENT
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MARCH 28, 7 PM, CLAUDE GRAY PARK, 99 FRANCES WARD DR., LOCUST GROVE Help Henry County and the City of Locust Grove raise awareness of child abuse and neglect.
MARCH 15-17, ALL ABOUT CHANGE MINISTRIES, STOCKBRIDGE Refresh and Refocus / Breaking Down Cultures www.allaboutchangeministriesstockbridge.org
YELLOW POLLEN STREET FESTIVAL
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MARCH 16, 9 AM – 5 PM, DOWNTOWN HAMPTON The Hampton Business and Merchants Association is announcing its 11th annual Yellow Pollen Street Festival. This event has become the premier early spring event for artisans and craftsmen in the state.
MARCH 28, 6:15 PM – 8 PM Meeting Room B, Extension 4-H Office, Heritage Park RSVP by March 7, Contact Laura Garrett: email@example.com or 770-288-8429
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STREET PAWS 6TH ANNUAL SPAYGHETTI DINNER
MARCH 16, COTTON FIELDS GOLF CLUB Benefiting Henry County Parks and Recreation Special Olympics. For Player Registration and Sponsorship info, contact: Terry Nash, 770-288-7290 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
MARCH 30, 3 PM – 8 PM, FLIPPEN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, MCDONOUGH Shelter fundraiser, door prizes, silent auction, venors and more! $10 Adults / 12 & under $5 / 2 & under free
52nd Annual Banquet and Awards
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OUR DISTINGUISHED 2018 YEAR AWARDS HONOREES BUSINESS OF THE YEAR
RAM-Tech PC Solutions Morrelle McCrary, CEO
VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR
Bob Van Dunk, CEO Veterans Support Group
W.L. “BILLY” CARTER PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD
CITIZEN OF THE YEAR
David Gill, President & CEO Henry County Chamber of Commerce
W.L. “BILLY” CARTER PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD
Sharon Ponder, Vice President of Finance with Bennett International Group. 2019 Board Chair Henry County Chamber of Commerce
The Annual Awards Banquet and Meeting also installed the new 2019 Henry County Chamber of Commerce Board Chair. The “Passing of the Gavel,” marked the official beginning of a new chapter in our Chamber leadership. Attendees enjoyed a delicious meal as they witnessed 2018 Chair Wayne Lowrey and Executive Vice President of United Community Bank pass the A.J. (“Buddy”) Welch, Jr. (Awarded Posthumously)
The family of A.J. (“Buddy”) Welch, Jr., accepted the award on his behalf.
gavel and the role of Board Chair to Sharon Ponder, Vice President of Finance with Bennett International Group.
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BUSINESS AFTER HOURS RECAP HOSTED BY RESIDENCE INN The Residence Inn McDonough team welcomed the January 2019 kick-off Business After Hours to their new extended stay hotel where they treated attendees to tours of their suites and a meal prepared by their chef. A large turnout of local business owners and professionals came to see and the greet the new hotel with door prizes.
Residence Inn McDonough features upscale and contemporary surroundings throughout. The lobby area leads to a relaxing fire pit next to the pool.
Residence Inn McDonough General Manager Dionne Ford invited the Chamber Community to come back often to enjoy their hospitality and their luxury extended stay facilities.
March 21, 2019 • HCCC Hudgins Room • 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Topic: The State of the Henry County School District
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Speaker: Dr. Mary Elizabeth Davis, Superintendent Henry County School District Dr. Mary Elizabeth Davis, the Superintendent of the Henry County School District, will update the Chamber about the strides made to deliver on the priorities and focus of her work since taking the leadership role in November 2017.
Central Georgia EMC, based in Jackson, GA, is a consumer-owned cooperative providing electricity and related services to over 57,000 billed accounts in 14 counties (Bibb, Butts, Clayton, Fayette, Henry, Jasper, Jones, Lamar, Monroe, Morgan, Newton, Pike, Putnam, and Spalding). Central Georgia EMC is an equal opportunity provider and employer. As an Elite Member, Central Georgia EMC supports the goals and initiatives of the Henry County Chamber of Commerce in the development and promotion of Henry County businesses.
Slots may be available to businesses which would like to sponsor a “Business Booster Luncheon” during the day from 11:00 a.m. to 1 p.m. Please call the Chamber office for further details. TO RESERVE YOUR “BUSINESS BOOSTER LUNCHEON” DATE, PLEASE CONTACT US AT Henry County Chamber of Commerce 1709 Hwy 20 West McDonough, GA
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TO OUR ELITE MEMBERS EDWARD JONES - CAROLYN FRASER - FINANCIAL ADVISOR Contact: Carolyn Fraser 2100 Keys Ferry Ct. McDonough, GA 30253 (770) 288-4151
MARTHA MAE’S FLORAL & GIFTS Contact: Leslie Hudgins 62 Keys Ferry St. McDonough, GA 30253 (770) 474-0704, ext. 138
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TAKLE EYE GROUP Contact: Hannah Tucker 1075 Bandy Pkwy., Suite 11C Locust Grove, GA 30248 770-228-4822
EXECUTIVE DECISIONS STAFFING AGENCY Contact: Andrionna Williams 97 Atlanta Street Ste. 100 McDonough, GA 30253 (678) 503-2474
INSURANCE SPECIALISTS OF GEORGIA Contact: Tiffany Cooper 200 Turner St. McDonough, GA 30253 (770) 506-1280
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TO INTRODUCE AND CELEBRATE YOUR BUSINESS IN STYLE, PLEASE CONTACT GARY SPARROW, MEMBERSHIP DIRECTOR AT 770-957-5786 OR VIA EMAIL GSPARROW@HENRYCOUNTY.COM
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Sean P Dunn 29 King Road Hampton, GA 30228 (770) 707-2390
A COUNTY-WIDE BUSINESS CONFERENCE WITH EDUCATION WORKSHOPS The Henry County Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce our inaugural Women’s EmPOWERment Summit designed to engage, educate, and empower a regional audience of professional women. Presented by Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
Thursday, March 7, 2019 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
• Includes a one-half day program of professional development, business networking and advancement of professional personal growth opportunities • Focuses on empowering and uniting women and pledges to offer leadership, mentoring, and guidance to women committed to strengthening themselves as professionals and civic leaders in the business community
REGISTER ONLINE NOW! VISIT: www.henrycountywomenssummit.com
Merle Manders Conference Center 111 Davis Rd Stockbridge, GA 3028
This conference will highlight why it is so important for every business to be champions of women in the workplace. The conference will feature a message of inspiration, as well as informative sessions focusing on practical topics that will enable you to bring useful tips and ideas back with you to your workplace. The conference will empower entrepreneurial and business-minded women from various business sectors by bringing them together, providing them with resources, connecting them with mentors and creating an atmosphere for them to thrive in their careers and personal lives.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The HCCC Education Foundation Scholarship For Young Women will name two $500.00 scholarship winners from applications received from female, junior and senior, high school students. The scholarships will be awarded at the 2019 Women’s EmPOWERment Summit on March 7.
April 12, 2019 Crystal Lake Golf & Country Club 100 Crystal Lake Blvd Hampton, Georgia 30228 770.471.3233
At Piedmont Henry our purpose and our promise is to make a positive difference in every life we touch. As a 236-bed, non-profit hospital, we are the primary healthcare resource serving the Henry County community and surrounding areas. As part of our promise to the community, we treat the patient, not just the disease. In the Thomas F. Chapman Family Cancer Wellness Center at Piedmont Henry, hundreds of cancer patients, survivors and caregivers look for support through on-site classes, support groups and online programs. Because cancer treatment involves more than medical care, free services and programs such as yoga, cooking demos and drumming are available to anyone affected by cancer at any phase in his or her journey.
Tournament Details 8:00 a.m.
19th Hole Award Reception
These services are free of charge because of the generous donations from our community. Proceeds from Par for the Cure will support these programs.
Sponsorship Opportunities Presenting: $15,000 Platinum: $10,000 Premium Gift: $5,000
Diamond: $5,000 Gold: $2,500 Contest: $1000
Team: $900 Tee Box: $750 Hole Sign: $500
For more information on sponsorship levels and registration, please visit give.piedmont.org/phhgolf
Questions? Contact Pam Porter with Magnolia Golf Group at 678-772-4230 or email@example.com
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