Congratulations to the Leadership Englewood Class of 2019. More than 250 people gathered Saturday evening to experience their Hawaiian Leadership LUAU. Guests were treated to a terrific show by authentic South Pacific dancers, a silent auction, lots of food, as well as fun events.
Guests hob-nobbed, swapped business cards and indulged in a Macaroni & Cheese Bar followed by some delicious ice cream at the May 8 business card exchange, held at the Bronson family’s Swirls N Curls Ice Cream and Shear Sailing Salon & Tanning.
The Homegrown Market is at Englewood Homegrown on the grounds of The Open Studio, 380 Old Englewood Road, Englewood. Sam and Kelly Baker, owners of Englewood Homegrown, have partnered with Eva and Gary Oglander to open up the HomeGrown Market earlier this year.
Do you keep a list of your appointments on your phone, on a tablet or some other digital device? Maybe you’re old school and right things down on paper.
Thank you to everyone who contributed to Friday’s recognition of National Vietnam Veteran’s Day. There were a number of tear-filled faces — including my own — as Dr. Todd Chace emceed the ceremonies at the historic Lemon Bay Cemetery and then at the chamber’s Community Room.
I’m often asked what the purpose of the chamber is. That question seems to come up more during first couple months of the year, as it is during this time that hundreds of business owners receive their dues renewal notice.
If you’re up and at ‘em tomorrow morning, please head to the Event Center for our Third Wednesday Coffee and hear from Travis Mortimer, assistant county administrator, who will discuss the progress of the sales tax projects. The Coffee sponsor is Around the Clock Fitness. We hope to see you …
ENGLEWOOD — After years of working under one roof, partners Thad Gamber and Patrick Tormey have expanded and opened another High Gear location in Englewood.