The Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce is growing, executive director Makalia Records said, and to help meet the growth an administrative assistant has been hired.
Jan Harris recently began working part-time at the chamber office, located in the Chesapeake Marine Training Institute building on Route 17, Hayes. Harris, who resides in Gloucester, previously owned a business in Roanoke.
Records said that five new members were welcomed during the chamber’s After Hours Social Sept. 18 at Phillips Energy in Hayes. New members are the U.S. Postal Service, Heartfelt Massage Therapy, The Dent Pro, Gloucester Housing Partnership, and Springleaf Financial. All dues will be prorated since the new membership year starts in January, Records said. The Gloucester Housing Partnership receives a special rate as a nonprofit organization that benefits by networking with many local chamber members. Phillips Energy hosted the social as a chance to show its facility and celebrate the 20th annivers...
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