Northern Davidson County Chamber of Commerce Helps Non-Profits in our Community
Pictured left to right: Cindy Zimmerman, NDCCC Education Chair, Vera McRae, Executive Director of CIS and NDCCC President, Kenyon Rush.
The goal of the Northern Davidson County Chamber of Commerce is to help our community grow and prosper. By promoting a strong local economy, advancing the interests of the business community and serving our members, we can make our community an even better place to live, work and play. We, at SERVPRO of Lexington / Thomasville are proud to be board members in this worthwhile organization. In January the proceeds from the NDCCC Christmas Silent / Live Auction were divided and donated to two worthy causes in our community. The Crisis Ministry received $1,250 to help the homeless in our community. The second charity to receive a $1,250 check was Community in Schools. CIS supports student health, safety, and well-being by developing integrated student support initiatives.
We believe that community involvement is not only a great way to build relationships in the community but a responsibility of all businesses to be able to give back and make our communities a better place to live.
TRU Taekwondo Ribbon Cutting & Five Year Anniversary
Master Douglas, Betty Vanhoy and Mr. Phillips cut the ribbon on TRU Taekwondo's new facility.
The Northern Davidson County Chamber of Commerce was proud the help TRU Taekwondo Center Celebrate its Grand Opening and Five Year Anniversary at it's new location on Highway 150 in Winston Salem.
Lexington's Richard Childress inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame
Lexington's own Richard Childress' was moved during the reception honoring all his accomplishments.
Richard Childress, owner of RCR Racing was recognized during a special reception at the YMCA Third Street Events Center on Monday night for his recent induction into the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
Retirement Celebration for Lexington Business Leader
Burr Sullivan, President of the Lexington Area Chamber of Commerce looks on in shock during his surprise retirement party.
Burr Sullivan, President of the Lexington Area Chamber of Commerce announced his retirement after 7 1/2 years with the chamber. Burr has had a huge impact on the chamber and the Lexington Community at large and he will be greatly missed