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Upcoming chamber events: 

Lunch & Learn “Power Hour” Series (presented by CenturyLink) will be held from noon to 1 p.m. at the Chamber Office, 701 Craven Street, Beaufort.

• Wednesday, October 29: Champagne Marketing on a Beer Budget (Lucy Rosen, Smart Marketing Communications) catered Magnolia Bakery & Cafe

• Wednesday, Nov. 5: Cloud Drive Technology (Walt Burnside, CenturyLink) catered by Groucho’s Deli.

Price to attend includes lunch. The cost for members is $15 per session or for non-members, $25 per session. Pre-registration required, contact Valerie Althoff at Valerie@BeaufortSC.org or 843-525-8537.

Thursday, Oct. 23: Board of Directors Meeting at 4 p.m. at chamber offices, 701 Craven St.

Thursday, Oct. 23: Turbeville Insurance Agency Ribbon Cutting from 4 to 7 p.m., ribbon cutting ceremony at 6 p.m., at 28 Kemmerlin Lane, behind BB&T on Lady’s Island.

Candidate Meet & Greet Schedule for State Superintendent of Education:

Thursday, Oct. 23: Molly Mitchell Spearman (Republican) at noon at the chamber office.

Wednesday, Oct. 29: Tom Thompson (Democrat) at 8:30 a.m. at the chamber office.

Friday, October 24: Coffee With Colleagues & Ribbon Cutting, 8:30 -9:30 a.m., hosted by Corriveau Insurance Agency — State Farm, 2048 Pearl Street, Beaufort. Free networking opportunity for members. Bring your business cards. Help celebrate their new office space with a ribbon cutting.

Thursday, October 30: Candidate Forum for Beaufort City Council, Beaufort County Council, and Board of Education will be hosted by the Beaufort Chamber of Commerce at the Technical College of the Lowcountry at 6 p.m.

Jonas Gadson was presented with the first “Good Apple Award” at this month’s Education Workforce Development Committee Meeting for going above and beyond to advocate for education. Thank you Jonas for all that you do. From left is Leigh Copeland, Jonas Gadson and Will Achurch.
Jonas Gadson was presented with the first “Good Apple Award” at this month’s Education Workforce Development Committee Meeting for going above and beyond to advocate for education. Thank you Jonas for all that you do. From left is Leigh Copeland, Jonas Gadson and Will Achurch.