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It is a great time to be in Anderson County! The Anderson County Chamber of Commerce looks forward to the future and fulfilling our mission to encourage economic development and community partnerships to continue to strive for an improved quality of life for our citizens. The Chamber Board and Staff extend our appreciation to our members and the community for their investment and volunteer spirit that helps to make Anderson County such a great place to work, live and visit. Anderson County delivers what many areas only promise — a small town lifestyle amid forested hills with large sparkling lakes and clean rivers.
Yet we are in close proximity to major shopping and entertainment just down the road. We have so much to offer — and we are confident you will see that during your visit to our county. Working with our Chamber members, community partners, volunteers and civic leaders, the Chamber has realized tremendous growth in the past and has celebrated an abundance of successes.
From the Museum of Appalachia to the Manhattan Project National Historical Park, our county reflects many diverse communities strongly influenced by their heritage and history. Anderson County also looks forward to a bright future through increased economic growth, workforce development and a strong education system.
We are pleased to present you with this Guide to Business, which depicts in words and pictures the marvelous features of our area, including information about the businesses and organizations that make our county great. We serve our community through our Community Partners and membership investments, which promote strategic initiatives that support existing business, encourage new business growth and make a difference in all aspects of our community. As you look through this Guide, we believe you will get a firsthand look at what it is like to be a part of a growing area that promotes business, nurtures families and has a vision for the future.
You will find important information on local government, education, business and industry, as well as important messages from our member sponsors. We offer our sincere thanks to them for making this publication possible. We welcome you as a business, as a visitor, or as a new resident. We invite you to come and see all that Anderson County has to offer.
The best is yet to come! VISION The Anderson County Chamber of Commerce shall be acknowledged by citizens and businesses as vital to the creation of local jobs, promotion of local commerce and improving the quality of life for citizens of Anderson County.
Without Health Insurance? About the Front Cover InBethlehem Steel Company now some children will have no memory of completed the construction of a truss bridge the Green Bridge. This bridge was named the the Green Bridge. This new development will William Everette Lewallen Bridge in memory feature four lanes, two bike lanes, and even of a former Anderson County Judge. To locals green painted architecture. Before I was dedication ceremony in This created an extraordinary amount of traffic through the City of Clinton thus resulting in many successful businesses throughout the downtown region of Clinton.
During the s, 50s, and 60s Market and Main Streets were booming with businesses.
Throughout time, Anderson County has continued to develop and change. Businesses have developed in Anderson Anderson County is moving forward. With the County, families have grown in Anderson development of the new bridge, downtown County, but one thing has remained the same Clinton has the potential to exponentially throughout time: The Green Bridge.
It will take the place of the bridge that The famous landmark has served its so many people throughout Anderson County time, millions of people have driven across it grew to love, but will continue to invite throughout the years. In the next few years, people into the City of Clinton.
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The City of Clinton becomes one of the first communities in the South to have a desegregated high school. Hazel Carden becomes the first Female President of the Chamber. The Anderson County Chamber of Commerce becomes the newly adopted name of the Chamber to reflect countywide service. Main Street, Suite Bernadette Highfill is appointed Executive Director of the Chamber, becoming the first full time employee. The Leadership Anderson County program is announced.
In response to a successful turnout, the Chamber agreed to continue to sponsor an annual event on Market Street. The Chamber Newsletter was printed through the Clinton Courier for the first time. The Dream It. Do It. East Tennessee program was introduced to Anderson County for the first time. Four teams of 8th grade students from Anderson County. Schools partnered with the manufacturing industries within Anderson County to create informational videos.
There were also 26 Ribbon Cuttings held for new businesses within Anderson County. The Chamber also hosted over networking events during the year of Feel the comfort of natural gas! Longo is known for his work of urbanizing cities throughout the United States. The series kicked off with an opening presentation by Gianni Longo with around attendees.
Following the Opening Presentation were multiple open houses, and the end of the series took place with a Closing Presentation. Renderings of the Downtown Vision were presented to the crowd during the Closing Presentation. In May ofThe City of Clinton was one of the. The program works through groups of local citizens who participate in the two-year program supported by the National Main Street Center. Christy and her team pride themselves on consistently providing their clients with the best marketing, resources, research and negotiations in real estate.
The Anderson County Economic Development Association has been promoting the location of new companies and fostering the expansion of existing companies in Anderson County for 55 years. We are an organization of Anderson County community leaders working together to create a vibrant and growing economy. The City of Clinton was chosen as one the twelve cities to participate in the Tennessee Downtowns Program. This program will be used to implement street improvements on Market and Main Streets. Ambassadors are the first friendly faces that Chamber members and visitors see when attending a Chamber event.
Their friendly, warm reception is invaluable to the success of our events. Ambassadors are all volunteers and members in good standing. A Chamber business may have a representative participate as an Ambassador. Ambassadors are the liaison. John Pryse is a dental specialist in orthodontics certified by the American Board of Orthodontics. He has state-of-the-art equipment including a 3D image system to enhance his diagnostic capabilities. Call your local hometown agent! Since its inception this program has graduated over participants. Limited to 25 participants annually, this program is deed to develop emerging leaders and promote the importance and strengths of our community.
The program offers participants an opportunity to better understand community dynamics, build their community connection and involvement to local business and industry, refine their knowledge of local and state government, and stimulate future participation and commitment to their community. The program focuses on how the dynamics of local businesses and city, county and state governments impact economic and community development.
Class members are introduced to business leaders and elected officials who influence the private and public sectors on a daily basis. Tours of the area cover all aspects of Anderson County and an overnight trip to Nashville for an opportunity to make connections at the state level and have a photo with the Governor. Once the program is completed graduates of Leadership Anderson County are honored at a special graduation dinner. By attending Leadership, individuals have tremendous opportunities to leave their comfort zone and become part of a developmental asment, which Fortune magazine states is among the most important tools that great.
Businesses, organizations or individuals can nominate and sponsor candidates for the program.
The program sessions begin in May and ends in April with Graduation. The program is a partnership with the Anderson County Schools. Clinton High School students are offered a Leadership Skills Training class providing high school equivalent credit toward graduation. Anderson County High School students participate during second half of half-time Mondays.
The mission of YLAC is to develop leadership and communication skills, reduce achievement gap, increase graduation rates and provide a broad perspective of the community. The program encourages volunteerism and community involvement through better understanding and acceptance of civic duties and leadership roles. The goal is to educate youth about their community and the opportunities available to assume leadership positions. Local high school sophomores, juniors and seniors are selected through an application process.
Students with good character who exhibit a potential for leadership and interest in the growth and improvement of our community are encouraged to apply. Day-long sessions include state government, economic development, health care, education, community resources, technology, agriculture and tourism. Sessions begin in August and conclude in March.
For more information about these programs please contact the Chamber office. Charles G. Seivers Blvd. True Independence Is an open road to anywhere you please! Our Adult Day Services program is deed to help people with age related memory loss or diagnosed dementia maintain their optimal level of independence for as long as possible.
Benefits of the program include:. The Foundation recently adopted three new priorities to guide its activities in the future. Grant application opportunities are offered to educators, that focus on enhancing and or expanding the resources that are available to students in our schools and educator classrooms.
This program encourages students and families to become familiar with post secondary opportunities in the early grades and strives to continue that awareness with activities. These activities are funded through a variety of activities conducted by the Foundation. The Foundation also organizes the Annual Teacher of the Year Banquet to recognize outstanding educators and administrators in our schools. Community and business donations support this event with the proceeds placed back in the schools through teacher mini-grants.
The Foundation actively seeks donations from corporations, agencies, and individuals to develop the workforce of the future. Photos above are from the Gail Martin Champions of Hope Breakfast where each school invited their Champions to attend along with those being recognized by each school district and The Foundation for their continued and outstanding support of our schools and mission. Your contribution makes a statement that you are committed to developing the next generation of the workforce and leaders in our community.
Please contact The Foundation to pledge your support to its mission at: www. OUR MISSION Our mission is to raise funds, foster academic development, invest beyond what tax dollars provide, develop teachers, encourage community involvement, and reward academic excellence. Anderson Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, P. Greg Anderson N. Suite 1 Clinton, TN To attract, retain and engage young professionals in our community by helping them make meaningful connections among their peers and with established professionals, while learning and modeling the qualities of professionalism, leadership, charity, and community involvement.
The Young Professionals board provides direction and coordination among each of our committees. The YPAC board, along with each committee is ased a mentor from the Chamber Board, to provide support and guidance, and to be a cheerleader for the group inside of the Chamber of Commerce and beyond.Housewives seeking casual sex TN Powell 37849
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