Sherwood Chamber Newsletter
NO MEMBERSHIP LUNCHEON IN DECEMBER
2016 Sherwood Chamber Leadership Executive Committee
Secretary ................. Mita Sitaram Sandy Ledbetter
Since December is such a busy month for most of us, we traditionally skip our Membership Luncheon this month. We look forward to our Annual Business Meeting on January 5, 2017. The Sherwood Chamber of Commerce wishes all of our members and friends a very "Merry Christmas" and hope you enjoy a safe and happy holiday season!
Past Annette Delgado
Board of Directors Caite Hall Kristie Olson Bradley West
Larry Barnes Susan Toler
Tracy Rouse Gina Radke
Hannah McDonald April Phillips-Perry
Jarod Varner Ex-Offico Members Mayor Police Chief Fire Chief Military Executive Director Marcia Cook Executive Assistant Bethany Mooney
Sherwood Chamber of Commerce 295 W. Kiehl Avenue P O Box 6082 Sherwood, AR 72120 (501) 835-7600 www.sherwoodchamber.net
The Sherwood Chamber Military Relations Committee organized the 2016 Veterans' Day Parade in memory of Butch Davis. Butch was instrumental in organizing the parade in 2010, and it has become an annual event, growing each year. Butch's widow, Judy Davis, was this year's Grand Marshall. Thank you to VFW Post 2935 and to TC Print Solutions for your contributions in honoring our veterans.
Member News & Events
Member News & Events
DAIRY QUEEN SHERWOOD IS HIRING! SHERWOOD GLASS & MIRROR TAYLOR TAYLOR
FIRST NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY VICKI AUSTIN
8603 Highway 107 Sherwood, AR 72120 501-834-2333
313 W. Kiehl Avenue Sherwood, AR 72120 501-819-0212
NEW ROUTE FOR SHERWOOD'S ENCHANTED FOREST TRAIL OF LIGHTS
SHERWOOD CHAMBER LEADS GROUP
We're looking forward to the Grand Opening of Sherwood's Dairy Queen at 1550 Country Club Road on Saturday, December 31. The company is now accepting employment applications. The management team will be conducting interviews on November 30-December 2 at the Wildwood Centre, 2402 Wildwood Ave.
Norwegian scientists have hypothesized that Rudolphâ€™s red nose is probably the result of a parasitic infection of his respiratory system. The Germans made the first artificial Christmas trees out of dyed goose feathers. Each year more than 3 billion Christmas cards are sent in the U.S. alone. The 2016 Trail of Lights will begin at 511 Bear Paw Road and will end at Sherwood Forest. You'll want to come see the new displays this year!
All the gifts in the Twelve Days of Christmas would equal 364 gifts.
NOMINATIONS ENCOURAGED FOR
ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITIES IN OUR 2017 COMMUNITY PROFILE AND CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY
ANNUAL COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARDS
We've started working on our 2017 Sherwood Chamber Community Profile/Membership Directory. This magazine is mailed to every Sherwood residence and is a reference for city information, as well as a listing of all Chamber members by business category. It is also distributed to visitors and prospective Chamber members and is included in relocation packets. To advertise your business in this publication, contact Chamber member Al Canelli, Canelli Productions, at 501-851-1182 or email@example.com.
The 2017 Sherwood Chamber of Commerce Installation and Community Awards Banquet will be held on Thursday, February 16, at Sherwood Forest. We'll be presenting awards for the following: Woman of the Year, Man of the Year, Educator of the Year, Law Enforcement Office of the Year, Firefighter of the Year, Emergency Medical Services Responder of the Year, and Business of the Year. We encourage community residents and businesses to submit nominations for these awards. Nomination forms are being emailed to Chamber members and are also available at the Chamber office.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS . . .
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Monday, November 28-December 30 - Sherwood's Enchanted Forest Trail of Lights, 6:00-9:30 PM Thursday, December 1 - NO MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP LUNCHEON IN DECEMBER Saturday, December 3, 2:00 PM - Sherwood Christmas Parade, Kiehl Avenue Saturday, December 10, 8:00-10:00 AM - Sherwood Forest, Breakfast with Santa Monday, December 26 - City and Chamber offices closed Saturday, December 31 - Grand Opening of Dairy Queen, 1550 Country Club Road
Our Leads Group meets the 2nd and 4th Thursdays, 8:30 AM, at the Harmon Recreation. There are several openings for selected business categories. Call Matthew Selman, Farmers Insurance, 501-801-5880, to see if your category is open.