The Chamber Corner for October 8th-14th

Photo above: Congratulations to this week’s Chamber Business of the Week – Bundy Appraisal & Management! Each week, the Chamber highlights one member business or organization as a thank you for their investment in the Chamber and our community. Special thanks to Sonic of Beaufort for sponsoring Business of the Week!

Bitty’s Flower Shop Ribbon Cutting Ceremony: The Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce was proud to be a part of the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at Bitty’s Flower Shop on September 30th, signifying a new chapter in the shop’s rich history. The Chamber, along with elected officials and many supporters, gathered in front of the shop at 1202 Boundary Street as the new owner, Tierney Stone, officially took the reins from the original owner, Jenny Green, and her daughter, Loretta “Bitty” Brant, as the new owner of Bitty’s Flower Shop. Jenny Green founded the shop in 1957.

St. Lukes-8098St. Luke Missionary Hospice Grand Opening/Ribbon Cutting Ceremony: The Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce was proud to be a part of the Grand Opening/Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at St. Luke Missionary Hospice’s new location in Beaufort at 711 B Charles Street. The Chamber joined St. Luke Missionary Hospice leaders and employees, as well as elected officials, and members of the community on October 1st, as they official cut the ceremonial ribbon. St. Luke Missionary Hospice is a locally owned and operated hospice organization providing dignified, genuine, and respectful care during one’s end-of-life journey.

Beaufort Networking: Dr. Andy Beall, Executive Director of the Santa Elena Foundation shared information about the history of Santa Elena and the Foundation’s plans for the future.


• Thursday, October 8: Business After Hours, hosted by Furniture Warehouse Design Gallery 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. at 745 Robert Smalls Parkway, Beaufort. This is a free networking opportunity. This event is free for members, $5 for guests.

• Save the Date — Thursday, October 22: Town of Port Royal Mayor & Town Council Candidates Forum, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Port Royal Elementary School Multi-Purpose Room, 1214 Paris Avenue, Port Royal. Please join us as we give you the opportunity to listen to the candidates running for the Mayoral election and the Town Council election for the Town of Port Royal.

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