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“Get Involved, Support Your Fellow Chamber Members”

June 2009 • 30 Years 1979 - 2009

WESTERN FLYER Western Rockingham Chamber of Commerce, 112 West Murphy Street, Madison, North Carolina 27025 336-548-6248 • Fax: 336-548-4466 • •

From the Director… New Members and New Opportunities! We start this month with one of my favorite activities... welcoming new members! These are exciting times in Western Rockingham County and our region and I am privileged to be a part of our growing and vibrant business community. Let me introduce you to our latest WRCC members… Lee Williams with Dan River Tech, Inc. Lee and his group specialize in telephone and computer cabling, installation, complete phone systems and garage door repair. We are working with Lee to upgrade the current WRCC phone system so “listen” for their handiwork when you call the chamber office in the upcoming months! You can reach Lee at 336-453-3452 (P.O. Box 33, 144 Longview Road, Madison, 27025; kwilliams575@triad. Billy Ray Smith and The Impacts. We were very fortunate to have Billy Ray and The Impacts play at our WRCC Spring Fling Cookout event and, if you couldn’t be there, you missed a treat. From oldies to beach music what a great local band to have available in our community. You can reach Billy Ray at 336-616-7131 (202 N. 7th Avenue, Mayodan, 27027; Rich Brenner and John Burton with is the first interactive search engine of its kind in the nation. It’s designed for local businesses that want to expand their effectiveness and reach in the Piedmont Triad Area. You’ll be hearing more about this great new benefit to chamber members in the upcoming months. You can reach them at 336-402-2909 (P.O. Box 2083, 1360 Truby Drive, Graham, NC 27253;,, Finally, welcome to Daniel Boone with Boone-Reynolds Funeral Service in Eden. I met Daniel at our recent chamber coffee held at Ruby Rose Tea Room in Stoneville. What a positive, energetic supporter of our region and of local business. You can reach Daniel at 336-623-3141 (P.O. Box 184, 7671 NC 770, Eden, NC 27288; www.boone-reynolds. com, Plus, I want to welcome the latest members who have joined our Members of Distinction (MOD) program: Wright Printing Service, Inc. Rockingham Office Machines & Supply Boone-Reynolds Funeral Service These folks give above and beyond their regular dues for additional promotional benefits. If you would like additional information on our MOD program, please contact the chamber office. We are also grateful to all existing members who have renewed their memberships this month.

Helping Others. It will be an opportunity for our members who provide services, to assist those businesses and organizations in our community who are tall on needs but short on funds. Clubs, churches and other not-for-profit businesses will be eligible. More details to follow. Coffee Reminder: Our next coffee will take place Thursday, June 18th at 8 AM at Dan River Coffee House in downtown Madison. We had more than 50 members attend last month’s coffee and we’re looking to beat that mark so I encourage you each to invite two folks; a chamber member and a non-member. Let us know how we can help your business grow! Warmest regards, Gary Corns, Executive Director Western Rockingham Chamber of Commerce - WRCC

Chamber EVENTS

June 18 — Coffee hosted by Dan River Coffee House, 108 W. Murphy Street, Madison; 8:00 a.m. June 19 — Ribbon Cutting for Edward Jones Investments, 126 E. Murphy Street, Madison; 10:00 a.m. June 25 — WRCC Board of Directors’ Meeting, 8:30 a.m., First Citizens Bank Conference Room, 109 N. Franklin St., Madison. July 1 — Chamber Radio Program on WMYN Radio (1420 AM) 8:30 – 9:00 a.m. Rebroadcast at 6:30 p.m. Guest: Other News: Madison-Rockingham Rescue Squad On June the 1st we kicked off the WRCC CHAMBER RAFFLE! A special thanks July 3 — WRCC Closed in observance of goes to the folks at the House of Stars, for their donation of a 10’x12’, painted, utility Independence Day building with a retail value of $2400. This is a major fundraiser for the chamber and tickets July 16 — Coffee, hosted by Mayodan ($5 each or a book of 5 for $20) are available at the chamber office as well as select member United Methodist Church, 501 W. businesses. If you’re looking for gift ideas for dad (Fathers Day is June 21st) a book of Main Street, Mayodan; 8:00 a.m. chances on a new utility building beats a soap-on-a-rope any day. Also, be sure to visit July 23 — WRCC Board of Directors’ Pete Beene and the folks at House of Stars on US 220 or online at www.houseofstarsinc. Meeting, 8:30 a.m., First Citizens Bank com and thank them for their support of WRCC! Conference Room, 109 N. Franklin St., Madison. Future Items: August 5 — Chamber Radio Program Watch your inbox for information about our upcoming WRCC Membership Drive on WMYN Radio (1420 AM) 8:30 as we look to grow our membership with some exciting new plans. – 9:00 a.m. Rebroadcast at 6:30 p.m. Also, we will be implementing a new program in the coming months, Members Guest: Open Let us know how we can help your business grow!

August 5 — Open September 2 — Mayodan Preservation League October 7 — United Way November 4 — Hospice of Rockingham Co. December 2 — Mayodan Moravian Church

Board of Directors President Carol Mills (2007-2009) Always & Forever Florist, 336-427-6086 President Elect/VP Education Development Debbie Claybrook (2008-2010) Stoneville Elementary School, 336-573-4000


Past President Burton Matherly (2006-2008) Rockingham Office Machine & Supply, 336-623-2965

June 18 — Dan River Coffee House July 16 — Mayodan Methodist Church August 20 — Aaron’s Sales & Lease September 17 — Rockingham County Library-Mayodan October 15 — United Way November 19 — Hospice of Rockingham Co. December — American Red Cross

VP Community & Communications Development Flavel Collins (2007-2009) Hospice of Rockingham County, 336-427-9022 VP Economic Development Chief Perry Webster (2007-2009) Madison Police Department VP Membership Development Pam Boerema (2007-2009) State Employee’s Credit Union, 336-548-7410 VP Organizational Development Ron Wise (2008-2010) Bridgestone Aircraft Tire USA, 336-548-8110


Bryan Wyatt (2007-2009) The Drug Store, 336-573-2200

June — Aaron’s Sales & Lease July — Rockingham County Library August — RCC September — Madison Fire Department October — United Way November — Hospice of Rockingham County December — WRCC

Kim Haley (2008-2010) Autumn Creek Vineyards, 336-548-WINE Chris Meeks (2008-2010) Duke Energy, 336-427-1360 Danny F. Smith, Sr. (2008-2010) Flynn Furniture and Carpet, 336-548-2305 Terry Hames (2009-2011) Ray Funeral Home, 336-548-9606 Oralia Johnson (2009-2011) Remington Arms Company, Inc., 336-548-8508

Area Events

Hall Roberts (2009-2011) NewBridge Bank, 336-548-1161 Sandy Smith (2009-2011) SANS Technical Fibers, LLC, 336-573-9806 Jean Ann Wood (2009-2011) Individual, 336-589-1660

Executive Staff Gary Corns Executive Director, 336-548-6248 Becky Scotton Secretary/Treasurer, 336-548-6055 Debra DeLancey Newsletter Editor, 336-427-4882 Fax: 336-427-4766 WRCC: 336-548-6248; Fax: 336-548-4466 Newsletter Subscription Rate: $24ºº a year

Planning Calendar WRCC BOARD OF DIRECTOR MEETINGS June 25, 2009 July 23, 2009 August 27, 2009 September 24, 2009 October 22, 2009 November 19, 2009 December 17, 2009 Boards of Director meetings are held at First Citizens Bank Conference Room, 109 N. Franklin Street, Madison, at 8:30 a.m. unless otherwise noted.

RADIO PROGRAMS July 1 — Madison-Rockingham Rescue Squad

June 12 – 14 — Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat - The Biblical saga of Joseph and his coat of many colors comes to life in this vibrant, delightful musical parable. Set to a cornucopia of musical styles from country-western and calypso to bubble-gum pop, adventure unfolds for Joseph. Presented by the Theatre Guild of Rockingham County and performance at RCC’s Advanced Technologies Building Auditorium; June 12, 13 at 7:30 p.m. and June 14 at 2:30 p.m. For tickets call the Theatre Guild of Rockingham County at 336-627-0228. June 14 — Flag Day June 13 — American Red Cross Blood Drive, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., Mayodan Moravian Church, 104 S. 3rd Ave., Mayodan. For more information see the website at; 336-349-3434. June 15 — Rockingham County Board of Education Meeting, Central Office, 511 Harrington Highway, Eden; 6:00 p.m. Individuals may speak on an item on the agenda. June 15 — Bible Study, 6:30 p.m., All firemen, law enforcement, and EMT personnel are invited. Mayodan United Methodist Church, 501 W Main St, Mayodan, NC 27027; 336-548-9508; Office hours: TWT 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. June 17 — American Red Cross Blood Drive, 1:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., Annie Penn Hospital, 618 South Main Street, Reidsville. For more information see the website at; 336-349-3434.

June 18 — American Red Cross “Babysitter’s Training,” 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., 3692 NC 14, Reidsville. For cost or more information see the website at; 336-349-3434. June 20 – 21 — House tour admission for Dads is free when accompanied by another paying adult. Enjoy the beauty of the summer gardens and the grandeur of the mansion and its collection of art and antiques with your Dad or Grandfather this Father’s Day. Chinqua Penn Plantation, 2138 Wentworth Street, Wentworth; 336-349-4576; www. June 21 — Father’s Day, Summer Solstice June 22 — Rockingham County Board of Commissioners Meeting, Governmental Center, 371 NC Highway 65, Commissioners Chambers, 2nd Floor, Wentworth; Meetings at 3:30 p.m. (Public Hearings – second Monday only at 7:00 p.m.) June 22 – Grief Support meeting, 7:00 p.m. If you have experience the loss of a loved one or experienced any other type of grief, please join us. Mayodan United Methodist Church, 501 W Main St, Mayodan, NC 27027; 336-548-9508; Office hours: TWT 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. June 22 — American Red Cross Blood Drive, 2:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m., Mayodan United Methodist Church, 501 Main Street, Mayodan. For more information see the website at; 336-349-3434. June 22 — Rockingham County Board of Education Meeting, Central Office, 511 Harrington Highway, Eden; 6:00 p.m. Individuals may speak on an item on the agenda. June 23, 24 & 25 — American Red Cross “Babysitter’s Bootcamp,” 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., 3692 NC 14, Reidsville. For cost or more information see the website at; 336-349-3434. June 27 – Community Meal, Noon, FREE! Menu this month is Hamburgers, Potato Salad and Pasta Salad. Mayodan United Methodist Church, 501 W Main St, Mayodan, NC 27027; 336-548-9508; Office hours: TWT 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. July 6 — Stoneville Town Council Meeting (council meets the first Monday of the month.) July 9 — Madison Town Aldermen Meeting, 7:00 p.m., held the second Thursday of the month, (agenda meeting held the Tuesday before regular meeting) July 13 — Mayodan Town Council Regular Meeting, 7:00 p.m. in the council chambers. (Council meets the second Monday of the month) July 13 — Rockingham County Board of Education Meeting, Central Office, 511 Harrington Highway, Eden; 6:00 p.m. Individuals may speak on an item on the agenda. July 13 — Rockingham County Board of Commissioners Meeting, Governmental Center, 371 NC Highway 65, Commissioners Chambers, 2nd Floor, Wen-

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tworth; Meetings at 6:30 p.m. (Public Hearings – second Monday only at 7:00 p.m.) July 27 — Rockingham County Board of Education Work Session Meeting, Central Office, 511 Harrington Highway, Eden; 6:00 p.m. Community Accents — weekdays live at 8:30 a.m. and rebroadcast at 6:30 p.m. Public Affairs Program on the air since 1985. Sponsored by Home Savings Bank. House Calls — Call in Radio Show, 11:30 a.m. every Wednesday, 1490 WLOE AM • 1420 WMYN AM, originating from Morehead Hospital it is hosted by Kerry Faunce, Morehead Hospital Marketing Director and Torrey Goard, Community Health Educator. Rebroadcast at 6:00 p.m. Also, available at Let’s Talk — Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, live at 11:30 a.m. and rebroadcast at 6:00 p.m., 1490 WLOE AM • 1420 WMYN AM. Listener calls, Trading Post/Swap Shop, community conversation, information features, local and national guests. www. 9:00 Information Hour, 1490 WLOE AM • 1420 WMYN AM, weekday mornings, Annette and Mike Moore, local news, obituaries, Birthday Club, Wedding/Anniversary Time, Community Calendar and other information features. www. Rockingham County Theatre Guild — For current production information, auditions, etc. see the website at www. Summer Community and Workforce Education Courses available at Rockingham Community College – for more information call 342-4261, ext 2140 or Photos check courtesy of out the website at the News Support & Record Groups & Classes are offered by Annie Penn Hospital ( and Morehead Memorial Hospital ( each month. Please check their websites for details. Talking Murals — A 30-minute presentation of three large paintings, brilliantly colorful, professionally narrated, and enhanced by a computerized lighting and sound system; at Mount Tabor United Methodist Church, Hwy 220 South, Madison, free admission, open Mon-Sat 10-5, Sunday 1-5, closed on holidays.

Coffee Hosted by Ruby Rose Tea Room and News & Record May 21, 2009

Sun-Drop Race Team Apparel Goes Green with REPREVE® Recycled Fiber from Unifi Unifi, Inc. announced on May 20, 2009 that REPREVE® would be featured in the new line of Sun-Drop race team and branded apparel. Sun-Drop sponsored the No. 01 car at the CARQUEST Auto Parts 300 NASCAR Nationwide Series Race held May 23, 2009 at Lowe’s Motor Speedway.

This was the first NASCAR sponsorship for Sun-Drop since the late Dale Earnhardt. Danny O’Quinn, Jr., the 2006 NASCAR Busch Series Rookie of the Year, was behind the wheel. “I am proud to be associated with Sun-Drop and the REPREVE ® brand,” said Danny O’Quinn, Jr., driver of the JD Motorsport’s 01 Chevrolet Impala. “This is a great opportunity to raise the visibility of recycling and this partnership will show our fans how curbside recycling can make a difference, even in the clothes we wear.” “As a bottling company, we understand the impact our products have on the environment, so it’s extremely important for us to take a proactive role in educating our customers on how we can all make a difference,” said Jay Falls, President of Choice USA Beverage, Inc. “In addition to selling Sun-Drop apparel made with REPREVE, part of our education plan includes the promotion of the REPREVE brand on both the Sun-Drop race car and show car. Our customers are very loyal to the Sun-Drop brand and we are confident that our initiatives will resonate within the entire NASCAR community.” In an effort to bring a little race excitement to the fans, the Sun-Drop race team will be on tour with the Sun-Drop show car throughout the rest of the year. Fans are encouraged to look for Sun-Drop race team apparel featuring recycled REPREVE as the Sun-Drop show car and trailer make stops at various retail locations across the Southeast. “We are very happy to be a part of Sun-Drop’s re-entry into racing and look forward to expanding our partnership,” said Roger Berrier, executive vice president of Unifi, Inc. REPREVE is a family of 100% recycled fibers used to make fabrics suitable for many different products. REPREVE reduces energy consumption and conserves petroleum-based resources by offsetting the need to produce virgin fibers. For more information on REPREVE, please visit www. About Unifi: Unifi, Inc. (NYSE: UFI) is a diversified producer and processor of multi-filament polyester and nylon textured yarns and related raw materials. Key Unifi brands include, but are not limited to: AIO® - all-in-one performance yarns, SORBTEK®, A.M.Y.®, MYNX® UV, REPREVE®, REFLEXX®, MICROVISTA® AND SATURA®. Unifi’s yarns and brands are readily found in home furnishings, apparel, legwear, and sewing thread, as well as industrial, automotive, military, and medical applications. For more information about Unifi, visit, or to learn more about REPREVE®, visit the new website

Chinqua-Penn Wines In addition to their tasting room, Chinqua Penn Vineyards wines are available in Rockingham County at: Rockingham County Farmer’s Market near Chinqua Penn, Lucky City on Scales Street in Downtown Reidsville and Twin Oaks Grocery on Hwy 65 west of Wentworth. The 2008 Red Muscadine has just been released. The 2007 Red Muscadine

Members of Distincton PLATINUM SealMaster 703 W. Decatur Street P.O. Box 826, Madison, NC 27025 Bob Krebs 336-548-3250

GOLD Embarq 320 First Avenue NW, Hickory, NC 28601 Patricia Elmore 888-999-7756 Edward Jones Investments 111 West Academy Street P.O. Box 892 Madison, NC 27025 Cathy Smith, Investment Representative 336-427-3671 Ray Funeral Home 119 N. Market Street, Madison, NC 27025 Terry Hames 336-548-9606

SILVER Boone-Reynolds Funeral Service 7671 NC 770 P.O. Box 184 Eden, NC 27288 336-623-3141 Bridgestone Aircraft Tire (USA), Inc. 802 S. Ayersville Rd., Mayodan, NC 27027 Ron Wise 336-548-8110

BRONZE Barry Z. Dodson, CPA 201 South Market Street, Madison, NC 27025 Barry Dodson 336-548-2625 Garland Rakestraw P.O. Box 13, Stoneville, NC 27048 Stoneville, NC 27048 336-573-9269 Rakestraw Properties Building and Real Estate Services P.O. Box 1, Stoneville, NC 27048 336-552-6402 Thank you for your participation in this program! Contact the Chamber Office for information on how you can become a Member of Distinction. New Members of Distinction Wright Printing Service 1510 W. Academy Street/P.O. Box 483 Madison, NC 27025 Daniel & Carol Wright 336-427-4768 Rockingham Office Machines & Supply 414 W. Kings Highway Eden, NC 27288 Burton Matherly 336-623-2965

took the gold medal at the Mid-Atlantic Wine Competition and the 2008 might be even better. Made with 100% Rockingham County grapes. The Chinqua Penn patio is open Wednesday - Sunday from noon – 5:00 p.m.

Happy Father’s Day June 21, 2009

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BBB Alerts Consumers about U.S. Census Workers: Be Cooperative, But Cautious!

For years, Better Business Bureau has educated consumers about not giving out personal information over the telephone or to anyone who shows up at their front door. With the U.S. Census process beginning, BBB advises people to be cooperative, but cautious, so as not to become a victim of fraud or identity theft. The first phase of the 2010 U.S. Census is under way as workers have begun verifying the addresses of households across the country. Eventually, more than 140,000 U.S. Census workers will count every person in the United States and will gather information about every person living at each address including name, age, gender, race and other relevant data. “Most people are rightfully cautious and won’t give out personal information to unsolicited phone callers or visitors, however the Census is an exception to the rule,” said Fred Howes, Public Relations Director of the BBB of Central North Carolina. “Unfortunately, scammers know that the public is more willing to share personal data when taking part in the Census and they have an opportunity to ply their trade by posing as a government employee and soliciting sensitive financial information.”

The Census data will be used to allocate more than $300 billion in federal funds every year, as well as determine a State’s number of Congressional representatives. Households are actually required by law to respond to the Census Bureau’s request for information. During the U.S. Census, households will be contacted by mail, telephone or visited by a U.S. Census worker who will inquire about the number of people living in the house. Unfortunately, people may also be contacted by scammers who are impersonating Census workers in order to gain access to sensitive financial information such as Social Security, bank account or credit card numbers. Law enforcement in several states have issued warnings that scammers are already posing as Census Bureau employees and knocking on doors asking for donations and Social Security numbers.

The big question is - how do you tell the difference between a U.S. Census worker and a con artist? BBB offers the following advice: 1.

If a U.S. Census worker knocks on your door, they will have a badge, a handheld device, a Census Bureau canvas bag and a confidentiality notice. Ask to see their identification and their badge before answering their questions. However, you should never invite anyone you

The 1st Annual Shaggin’ in the Vines At Autumn Creek Vineyards To Benefit Hospice of Rockingham County Featuring: THE EMBERS And local favorites, The Impacts

Sunday, July 19th, 2:00 – 6:00pm Bring your lawn chairs, sunscreen, and favorite shaggin’ shoes • Food available for purchase but picnic baskets welcome • Beverages available for purchase • NO outside coolers/beverages & NO glass containers

Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 at the gate For additional information, contact Hospice of Rockingham County at (336) 427-9022 or Autumn Creek Vineyards at (336) 548-WINE 364 Means Creek Rd., Mayodan, NC 27027

Gate Opens at 12:30pm Event Held Rain or Shine Tickets available at the following locations: Autumn Creek Vineyards, 364 Means Creek Rd., Mayodan (336) 548-WINE Dan River Coffee House & Deli, 108 W. Murphy St., Madison (336) 427-8000 Hospice of Rockingham County, 2150 NC 65 Wentworth (336) 427-9022 The Front Porch, 702 Washington St., Eden (336) 627-9041 Totally Clips, 612 Washington St., Eden (336) 627-4847 Carolina Apothecary, 820 S. Scales St., Reidsville (336) 342-0071

don’t know into your home.


Census workers are currently only knocking on doors to verify address information. Do not give your Social Security number, credit card or banking information to anyone, even if they claim they need it for the U.S. Census. While the Census Bureau might ask for basic financial information, such as a salary range, it will not ask for Social Security, bank account or credit card numbers nor will employees solicit donations.


Eventually, Census workers may contact you by telephone, mail or in person at home. However, they will not contact you by e-mail, so be on the look out for e-mail scams impersonating the Census. Never click on a link or open any attachments in an e-mail that are supposedly from the U.S. Census Bureau. For more advice on avoiding identity theft and fraud, visit DEADLINE FOR INSERTS JUNE 26, 2009 for the JULY EDITION of the WESTERN FLYER

QUANTITY 340 Drop your inserts by the Chamber Office Email announcements to:

The Voice of Rockingham County - 1420 WMYN, 1490 WLOE Streaming Live Online Worldwide,,

Local News/Talk/Information/ Christian Programming - June 14-20 “Community Accents” - Weekdays, live at 8:30 a.m. and rebroadcast at 6:30 p.m. Monday - Mike Dougherty, Eden Economic Development. Tuesday - Jim Bullins, Mayodan Police Chief; Mike James, Stoneville Police Chief; Perry Webster, Madison Police Chief. Wednesday - Jay Stephens, Director, Rockingham County Public Library. Thursday Jenny Edwards, Dan River Basin Association. Friday - Sam Page, Rockingham County Sheriff and Dean Venable, Public Information Officer. “Community Accents” is sponsored by Home Savings Bank. “Let’s Talk” - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, live at 11:30 a.m. and rebroadcast at 6:00 p.m. Swap Shop/Trading Post, listener comments, local and national guests, bluegrass/roots music, giveaways. Monday - Dana Hussey, Tri-City Glass & Mirror Company. Tuesday - Rev. Wayne Johnson, Trinity Wesleyan Christian School. Thursday - Norene Gilletz, Norene’s Healthy Kitchen: Eat Your Way to Good Health. A copy will be given away. Lisa Shively/Cooking With Lisa - recipe for stuffed tomatoes. Friday - Bluegrass Music Spotlight: Steep Canyon Rangers. “9:00 Information Hour” - Weekday mornings - Annette and Mike Moore - Local News, Community Calendar, Obituaries, Birthday Club/ Wedding Anniversary Time, Daily Direction, Family Health, Isla Earth, All Things Southern, Winning at Home, Creation Moments, Countywide Parks & Recreation Reports - Monday, Reidsville; Tuesday, MadisonMayodan; Wednesday, Eden. “House Calls” - Wednesday, 11:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., originating from Morehead Memorial Hospital in Eden. Hosts, Kerry Faunce, Morehead marketing director and Torrey Goard, community health educator. This program and previous broadcasts are available at www.morehead. org <> . Christian Programming - Monday-Friday 8:00-8:30 a.m. and 11:0011:15 a.m., Saturday 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Sunday 6:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Complete program schedule at


10’ x 12’ PAINTED UTILITY BUILDING A fundraiser for Western Rockingham Chamber of Commerce

(Retail Value $2400ºº)

Building viewable in the parking lot on Murphy Street across from the chamber office. Thank you House of Stars for your building donation and Wright Printing for promotional materials.

TICKETS $5ºº EACH or $20ºº for a book of five

Tickets are available at the chamber office, chamber events, and from participating members: Danny Smith-Flynn Furniture, Carol Mills-Always & Forever Florist, Hall Roberts-NewBridge Bank and adding more daily. If you would be willing to sell raffle tickets through your business please contact the chamber office.


336-548-6248 or 548-6055

2009 June WRCC eNewsletter  

“Get Involved, Support Your Fellow Chamber Members” From the Director… Western Rockingham Chamber of Commerce, 112 West Murphy Street, Madis...

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