Chamber holds Business After Hours

The Learning Center at Beaufort Academy hosted the Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours on Thursday, October 13. More than 80 people came to network and mingle.
At this event, the chamber gave away $10,000 worth of scholarships to the Learning Center. Special thanks to Malcolm Goodridge, Trask and Lynn, Bill’s Liquors, Berry Island, Mother Earth and Tidal Creek Fellowship for their contributions
Pictured above, from left, is Blakely Williams, President and CEO of the Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce; Fred Washington Board Chair, Beaufort County School District Board of Education; Malcolm Goodridge, Founder of The Learning Center; and Julie Stewart Corner, Interim Head of School at Beaufort Academy. Photo by Captured Moments.

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