The Nashville NC Chamber of Commerce will be awarding a $500 Education Scholarship to two graduating high school seniors in July this year to help with college expenses. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like an application emailed to you. They can also be picked up at The Nashville Graphic
The Nashville Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for the 2019 Distinguished Citizen Award and the 2019 Junior Achievement Award. The Distinguished Citizen Award is presented to a citizen or business person from the Nashville area that strives to make the community a better place. The Junior Achievement award is
Kaylan Collie purchased Madelyn’s Flower Shop earlier this year. Nashville’s Chamber celebrated the business recently with a ribbon cutting. Pictured above is Collie, front row center, with family, along with chamber members, town staff, town council members, business neighbors and community associates.
Eleven years after starting a new career with Edward Jones Investors, Cliff Joyner celebrated the opening of his new location in Downtown Nashville. Joyner moved into his new spot, at 207 W Washington Street, on August 7. Previously, Joyner was located at 802-A East Washington Street. The Nashville Chamber of
Active Fitness opened in July at 603 S Barnes Street. A ribbon cutting was held to celebrate the business this fall. It’s the second location for Phanthip Allen and her husband, Clark. The couple also own Active Fitness in Spring Hope, which has been there for around six years. Pictured
Taylor Made Jewelry in Nashville celebrated its 16th year in Nashville this year. The family-owned and operated store consists of a father, mother, brother and sister. Ron and Diane Taylor, mother and father, have been a team both in life and as business partners since the 70s. After leaving another
The Nashville Chamber of Commerce will hosts its annual Christmas Celebration & Bicycle Parade Saturday, December 1st starting at 4 p.m. Children 12 years-old or younger are invited to decorate bikes, wagons, scooters, strollers to march in their very own parade! Prizes are awarded to most spirited! Event begins in
The Nashville Blooming Festival is holding a contest open to all Nash County residents, of all ages, to design a new festival logo! The festival will also continue with the tradition of local high school students designing an annual t-shirt design which is separate from the standard logo for the