A HENRY COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PUBLICATION
HAMPTON • LOCUST GROVE • MCDONOUGH • STOCKBRIDGE
IN THIS ISSUE Chair’s Message
SBDC: Strategic Retreats and the Living Business Plan
YOUR BUSINESS IS OUR BUSINESS
Leadership Henry/Youth Leadership Henry
Busines Boosters Luncheon
Member Appreciation Luncheon
Henry County Chamber
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.
he 17th annual Henry County Chamber of Commerce Golf Classic will be held on Monday, September 25th at Eagle’s Brooke Golf & Country Club. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to participate in the Chamber’s annual golfing event. The Classic will kick off with a shotgun start at 10:00 AM. There will be cash prizes for 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place teams and the Putting Green Contest winner, as well as Hole-in-One, Closest to the Pin, and Long Drive contests. Lunch will be provided during the event, and there will be food and drinks available during the awards presentation in the dining room following the event. There are a few spots left for teams and hole sign sponsors. It will be a great day of golf, networking and all around fun. If you are interested in participating at this year’s event contact Gary Sparrow at firstname.lastname@example.org or (770) 957-5786. Thank you to our Current Sponsors:
Have you ever wanted to be on TV or radio? One of the benefits of membership is the opportunity to do a 1-2 minute interview that will be broadcast on SCB-TV, the local cable channel. This interview provides an outlet to the community that will let them know about your business and how to contact you.
MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR
Rod Meadows Partner at Meadows, Macie & Sutton, P.C 2017 Chair of Henry County Chamber of Commerce
It continues to blow my mind! The current population of Henry County is greater than the population of Augusta/Richmond County, the population of Columbus/Muscogee County or the population of Macon/ Bibb County. Isnâ€™t that amazing? Because these facts are so surprising to me, I double checked the numbers again before writing this column, and they are still true!
(Augusta was actually the capitol of Georgia periodically from 1785 until 1795.) However, what is striking to me, given our current population, is the difference in the infrastructure of those cities and that of Henry County. It is not only that these cities have traffic arteries that cause us great envy, but they also have parks, public buildings and many other facilities that we do not have.
In recent months, I have had the opportunity to work with clients in all three of these Georgia cities. Obviously, each of these Georgia cities has a long history as a population, commercial, and governmental center in their respective areas of the state.
The tremendous growth of Henry Countyâ€™s population in recent decades has greatly outrun the development of our infrastructure. (In 1990, our population was 58,000; in 2000, it was 119,000. Today, it is 222,000.) We are acutely aware of this
fact. However, rather than just complain, the Henry County Chamber of Commerce, working with the Henry County Development Authority and all of our governmental entities, is seeking to address this issue. Working through our annual Intergovernmental Retreat and our One Henry Initiative, our leadership is offering all of our citizens an opportunity to join the effort and work together. It is an exciting time to become involved and put your concerns into action. Please join me, with so many of our colleagues, in participating in our One Henry Initiative. Visit the One Henry Economic Alliance website for more information.
About Springs at McDonough Springs at McDonough holds a diverse group of professionals sharing an uncompromising commitment to the highest standards of ethics and integrity in all their dealings and in their respect for others - co-workers, customers and vendors. Springs at McDonough is committed to providing unparalleled value to the customers by performing better work than it is performed anywhere else and better than they have ever done it before. The company accomplishes their objectives through an eagerness to embrace change and an unwavering dedication to teamwork, fair dealing, superior thinking, economy and hard work. They are committed to creating opportunities for others by serving as a magnet for the best and the brightest who share the same values while offering new perspectives and creativity generated from diverse experiences and interests. Springs at McDonough Apartments is a brand new, pet-friendly, luxury apartment community under construction northeast of State Rd 20 & 81. The apartments will have many elegant finishes, including granite kitchen counter-tops, wood-like flooring, black appliances in our standard units, stainless steel appliances in our concierge units, and washers & dyers included in each apartment. Every home will have a ground-level private entry; some with balconies or patios; some with attached garages, or a detached garage option available. A 24-hr fitness center and Wi-Fi in the clubhouse are just the start of what this community has to offer.
Community Involvement Springs at McDonough uses Springs Cares as their community involvement. Springs Cares is an outreach volunteer program. Each Springs community partners with a local charity – volunteering time, services, etc. to give back to the local community. Springs at McDonough is brand new to the area and they are still researching to find the best local charity that would benefit from their assistance the most.
Chamber Involvement “Being new to the city of McDonough, we knew that joining the chamber would be top priority on our list of to dos. Joining the Chamber has given us partnerships with many businesses in the Henry County area and we are excited to see how much it benefits our community.”
Springs at McDonough 325 South Point Blvd McDonough, GA 30253 (770) 302-0951 http://www.springsatmcdonough.com
Jim Schloemer, CEO Springs at McDonough
About Jim Schloemer im Schloemer graduated from Valparaiso University for his Bachelor of Science degree. Then later went to the University of Chicago to obtain his Master of Business Administration degree. As the company’s Chief Executive Officer, Jim is responsible for initiating strategic discussions with and between all roles and functions of the organization and for leading strategy formulation that is informed by those discussions. It is his responsibility to grow Continental as a “company of leaders”– in all positions within the company – and provide those leaders with the opportunity and responsibility to express their opinions and ideas, the means for successful decisionmaking, and the resources to execute on those ideas and decisions. “The Continental team and culture are the company’s greatest assets and I’m ultimately responsible for maintaining and enhancing our unique culture and for assuring that top talent joins our company and grows with us. Continental fosters debate and encourages challenges to our means and methods; by doing this we assure that, we are constantly improving our performance, inventing new ways of executing our work and discovering new opportunities. We balance this approach with conservative assumptions and sound financial practices in order to maintain our strong financial position and long term success.” ~Jim Schloemer
LABOR DAY CHAMBER CLOSED
8 AM LEADERSHIP HENRY, BOD, BR
HCCC ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT AT EAGLE’S BROOKE COUNTRY CLUB
2017 BOARD OF DIRECTORS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Rod Meadows, Chairman, Meadows, Macie & Sutton, PC Wayne Lowrey, Chair Elect, United Community Bank Sharon Ponder, Secretary/Treasurer, Bennett International Group Leonard Moreland, Immediate Past Chair, Heritage Bank Brad Thomas, Vice Chair for Economic & Cultural Development, Snapping Shoals EMC Laura Turner, Vice Chair for Chamber Development, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Josh Duncan, Vice Chair for Government & Education, Edward Jones Investments Jeff Mills, CVB Chair David Gill, HCCC President & CEO
8:30 AM CVB BOD, BR 8:30AM EDUCATION COMM, TR
8 AM YOUTH LEADERSHIP HENRY, BOD, BR
8:30 AM IMAGE & COMMUNICATIONS, BR 10 AM GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS COMM, BR
10 AM MEMBERSHIP COMM, TR 11:30 AM EXECUTIVE COMM, BR
4 PM SMALL BUSINESS COUNCIL, BR
8:30 AM GOLF MTG, BR
11 AM BUSINESS BOOSTERS LUNCHEON, HR
9:30 AM CONNECTION VISITS NOON AMBASSADOR LUNCHEON
8 AM HCCC BOD MTG, BR INTERGOVERNMENTAL RETREAT, AMS 5:30 PM BUSINESS AFTER HOURS
CLASS OF 2017: Sharon Ponder, Bennett International Group Brad Thomas, Snapping Shoals EMC Scott Mahone, Leadership Henry Appointee Rod Meadows, Meadows, Macie & Sutton, PC CLASS OF 2018: Christy Chewning, Central Georgia EMC Patti Brown, SERVPRO of Henry & Spalding David Curry, Henry County Tax Commissioner Josh Duncan, Edward Jones Investments Eugene Edwards, President, Henry County NAACP Morrelle McCrary, RAM-Tech PC Solutions Greg Hammonds, Whaley Hammonds Tomasello, PC CLASS OF 2019: Toni Holmes Laura Turner – Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Rep. Brian Strickland – Smith, Welch, Webb & White
Lincoln Parks – Web Mobile Fusion Shaun Mock – Snapping Shoals EMC Richard Sylvia – Chairman, One Henry Professional Services team
CHAIR APPOINTEES Kate Troelstra – Clayton State University Mike Griffin – Griffin Insurance Agency Bruce Bartholomew – Hamilton State Bank EX OFFICIO MEMBERS Deborah Armstrong, Henry County Hospital Authority Rodney Bowler, Superintendent, Henry County Schools Tony Carnell, HC Water Authority HC Development Authority Brian Andrews, Leadership Henry Don Dunlap, Youth Leadership Henry Mayor Robert Price, City of Locust Grove Mayor Steve Hutchison, City of Hampton
Mayor Billy Copeland, City of McDonough Mayor Judy Neal, City of Stockbridge June Wood, Chair, Henry County BOC
CHAMBER STAFF David Gill, President & CEO Lydia Pierre, 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
Strategic Retreats and the
Living Business Plan Judiffier Pearson, Business Consultant UGA SBDC at Clayton State University
The final quarter for 2017 is about to begin, and the New Year will be here before you know it. The beginning of fourth quarter is when most proactive companies host strategic planning retreats to connect with their teams on deeper levels and make preparations, including budget allocations, for the coming year. The outcome or deliverable from this time of reflection, evaluation, visioning, idea exchange, forecasting and preparation is the “living business plan”. A living business plan is like a good roadmap. It provides detailed information about the journey ahead and, as you travel, it is referenced frequently for guidance and measuring progress. This is why it is sometimes referred to as a “journey map”. A living business plan also provides instrumentation for internal checks and balances, as well as contingencies to respond to significant marketplace changes. It must be adaptable to remain relevant and translated into the user’s native language. This isn’t a reference to languages like English, Spanish, or Japanese, but visual, audible, spatial and textual learning languages. In short, a living business plan comes “alive” for its audience. And the first audience that should be impacted and transformed by the plan is you, the creator. It should speak to you in a way that satisfactorily articulates your vision, how it will be executed, and what impact is
desired. Once your plan authentically speaks to you, it can be converted into other formats that speak the necessary languages for other audiences, like managers, employees, bankers, investors, prospective business partners, etc. The practice of creating and following a living business plan or journey map should recur throughout the business lifecycle and is particularly useful for the strategic planning needs of seasoned companies. Regardless of the format you choose to capture your plan, it should be updated at least annually, and reviewed frequently, preferably monthly. These are not random units of time, but periods that allow enough activity to be executed, measured, and compared. Proper analysis of the data collected will provide the business intelligence needed to take the best next steps. Developing and maintaining a living business plan bolsters the cycle of planning, executing, evaluating, and adjusting. With successful repetition, this practice is sure to have your business in top form and position it as a force to be reckoned with in the marketplace. If you’d like us to facilitate your next strategic planning retreat and help you with developing your living business plan, please contact us at email@example.com, or call 678-466-5100.
Leadership Henry Kicks Off New Class Year
Being Choosy The last week of August and first week of September are a busy time for the members of the Youth Leadership Henry Selections Committee. As you read this, committee members are looking through each of the approximately 150 applications for the program, evaluating them against a rubric to determine which 40 or so applicants will be chosen for this leadership development program for Henry County high school sophomores. Our committee looks at applications that have no names or parental information, to ensure that each application is evaluated purely on its merit. Once each individual committee member evaluates all of their applications (organized by random respondent number), the committee assembles, puts all their scores together, evaluates outliers, and selects the top 40 or so applications.
The Leadership Henry Class of 2018 came together for the first time on August 16 at a kick-off luncheon held at the Henry County Chamber of Commerce. The luncheon provided an opportunity for the 29 class members to meet their new Leadership Henry classmates and board members and learn more about the upcoming class year. Leadership Henry Chair Brian Andrews provided the welcome and introduced the 18-member board of directors who develop and lead the annual leadership program. Board members Laura Turner and Scott Whitmire led the group in an icebreaker followed by an invocation. After lunch by Shane’s Rib Shack, Chamber President David Gill shared the
history and purpose of the Leadership Henry program. Other board members were on hand to offer information about the upcoming year’s programs, expectations and projects. The class members will officially begin their program year at an overnight retreat in early September and then launch into their monthly programs later in the month. The first class session will focus on the County’s history and explore some of the people and places that make our community unique. Leadership Henry is a program of the Henry County Chamber of Commerce and seeks to prepare, involve and sustain leaders from diverse backgrounds who are committed and competent to address com-
munity challenges and improve the quality
Once organized by respondent num-
of life in Henry County. It is one of more
ber, the names are plugged back in, and
than 1,000 leadership development pro-
we see who the Youth Leadership Henry
grams throughout the United States.
Class will be. It’s a pretty rigorous pro-
The ten month program is designed
cess, and is designed to ensure that par-
to provide a series of educational and
ticipants in each year’s class are selected
participatory experiences as well as an
purely by merit.
opportunity for dialogue and the devel-
When you see the class announced
opment of new personal relationships
in next month’s HenryCounty.com, take
among participants. The class is also
a moment to congratulate class partici-
involved in addressing the needs of our
pants. They truly have earned their spot
community through a legacy project cho-
in this leadership development program!
sen by the class members. For more information on Leadership Henry, visit www.leadershiphenry.com.
Questions about the program? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Gordon State College contributed more than $144 million to the regional economy and provided 1,317 jobs in fiscal year 2016, according to a report by the University System of Georgia. Students all across Henry County Schools will be receiving their personal learning devices soon with the rollout of the district’s 1:1 technology initiative known as EmpowerHCS. Henry County teachers joined the HCWA for the first annual “Rain to Drain” water resources workshop this summer, as part of the ongoing partnership between the HCWA, Henry County Schools, and Henry County Stormwater, to enhance public education in the protection and preservation of natural resources. 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!
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Powering Our Communities Henry County is our home too. That’s why, for 90 years, we’ve partnered with local chambers, development authorities and elected officials across Georgia to help bring jobs and investment to the state – more than 134,000 jobs and $25.5 billion capital investment over the past decade alone.
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MOVIE ON THE SQUARE SEPTEMBER 9, 8PM – 10PM, DOWNTOWN MCDONOUGH SQUARE Movie for the night will be: “Back to the Future”. This is a family friendly event, bring your chairs and blankets for a fun time on the square.
TREFFEN SOUTH BREW CRUISE SEPTEMBER 2, 2PM – 8PM, JAILHOUSE BREWING CO.
MOVIES IN THE PARK SEPTEMBER 16, 7:30PM, BOBBY MCBRAYER PARK, HAMPTON Come out and Join us for Movie night in Bobby McBrayer City Park Featuring Disney 2017 Beauty and the Beast! Dress up is encouraged! Free Event.
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SUMMER CONCERT SERIES ON THE SQUARE SEPTEMBER 16, 7PM – 10PM, DOWNTOWN MCDONOUGH SQUARE Join us on the square for a fun night of music. Bring your chairs and/or blankets with family and friends and relax to the sounds and stars on the square. The Henley Varner Band will be the entertainment for the night.
LEGENDS AND BANDOLERO FALL POINTS RACE NO. 2 SEPTEMBER 9 @ 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM www.legendsofga.com
IMAGINE MUSIC FESTIVAL SEPTEMBER 22 – 24, ATLANTA MOTOR SPEEDWAY www.atlantamotorspeedway.com
SOUTHERN BELLE FARM OPENS FOR THE FALL SEASON SEPTEMBER 23 www.southernbellefarm.com SCARECROW CONTEST SEPTEMBER 25 – 30, DOWNTOWN MCDONOUGH SQUARE FEAR THE WOODS HAUNTED HOUSE OPENS SEPTEMBER 29 WEEKENDS THRU OCTOBER 29 www.fearthewoods.com GEORGIA STATE FAIR SEPTEMBER 30 – OCTOBER 9, ATLANTA MOTOR SPEEDWAY www.georgiastatefair.org BRIDGEFEST, CITY OF STOCKBRIDGE SEPTEMBER 30, 770-389-7900 www.cityofstockbridge-ga.gov
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2021 HENRY COUNTY BICENTENNIAL
September 21, 2017 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Henry County Historian
Mr. Gene Morris, Jr. is a Henry County native and earned his history degree at Shorter University in Rome Georgia. In 1992, he accepted the official, but unpaid, position of Henry County Historian. In 2000, he published True Southerners: a Pictorial History of Henry County Georgia. He continues to collect, research, and write local history and shares it with others. The year 2021 brings a monumental moment in the life of Henry County—The Henry County Bicentennial celebration. We are excited to commemorate our 200 years of achievement. Over the course of 2021, we will be celebrating Henry County’s amazing impact on society, and the people who helped shape the community we are today. Gene will speak on this celebration as well as the amazing history and significance of Henry County. The goal is to create a bicentennial committee to coordinate the efforts of various groups.
At this luncheon, Gene will speak about: • bicentennial of Henry County that comes up in 2021 • what was done in 1971 for the 150 year celebration • See Henry County memorabilia • Hear ideas for a community backed celebration in 2021
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A Special Invitation For You… Our Members! The Henry County Chamber of Commerce invites our members to join the chamber’s annual membership appreciation lunch on Halloween! Please join us for our annual member’s only appreciation luncheon. Our chance to say thank you to all of our members without whom, nothing we do would be possible. We are lucky to have you as part of our Chamber and as a token of our thanks we have organized an Appreciation Lunch which will take place on
Tuesday, October 31, 2017 11:00 AM- 1:00 PM at the Henry County Chamber of Commerce located at
1709 Highway 20 West McDonough, GA 30253. Catering provided by Chamber member, Shane’s Rib Shack! We will have Prizes, Food & more!! So Get Your Costumes Ready! We look forward to seeing you there.
THE END OF ALZHEIMER’S STARTS WITH YOU
Alzheimer’s is an epidemic devastating our families, our finances and our future. The disease is all us - but the power to stop it is within us. Join us for the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® and be inspired by all the footsteps that fall into place behind yours. Together, we can end Alzheimer’s.
JOIN OUR TEAM.
Henry County Walk to End Alzheimer’s In Partnership with Edward Jones Saturday, September 30, 2017 Alexander Park, McDonough, GA Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. http://act.alz.org/goto/henrycounty
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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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