We're very proud to introduce our newest feature: Ambassador of the Month, where we dedicate a month to celebrate each of our amazing Ambassadors! For our first edition, we're honoring our 2018 Ambassador of the Year, Cherry Bowen!
This month, we're celebrating Georgia Agriculture Week! Agriculture is Georgia's number 1 industry and an essential part of our everyday lives, so join us and celebrate our Agriculture Industry for the whole month of March!
Get primed, prepped, and pampered for Valentine's Day with our February 2019 Business of the Month, Arabella's Salon & Spa in Sandersville, GA!
It's that time of the year again, Chamber Members!
Join us for a night of dancing, dinner, and fun at the 2019 Annual Chamber Gala at the Ben J. Tarbutton, Jr. Conference Center at Oconee Fall Line Technical College!
Tickets can be purchased at the Chamber of Commerce. Feel free to call us at (478) 552-3288 or visit us at 603 S Harris Street, Sandersville, GA 31082.
Can't wait to see you there!
A new year equals a new Business of the Month! Achieve your New Year's resolutions with our January Business of the Month: Wellness Works!
To learn more about Wellness Works in Sandersville, GA, visit www.washingtoncountyga.com/businessofthemonth.
Welcome to our newest Members: Chrisley's Coins & Collectibles and Fraser Roofing, LLC!🎉
Washington County Family Connections
Shape Up WACO Holiday Hustle & 1 Mile Jingle Jog
Thursday, December 20th, 2018
6:30 p.m. - 8:00p.m.
On Thursday, December 20th, 2018 several streets (surrounding Downtown Sandersville) will be closed for the Shape Up Waco 5K and 1 Mile.
To ensure the safety of the participants, all streets along the 5k route (shown below) will be temporarily closed, starting as early as 5:00pm.
Now that November's over, get ready for another Business of the Month! Our December 2018 Business of the Month is Geo.'s Quarters!
For more information on our December Business of the Month, visit our Business of the Month page.
Chamber Member, American Railcar Industries in Tennille, GA, has now been operating for 25 years.
They have over 80 employees, many of whom have been working for ARI for 20+ years, and they expect to continue to grow even more, adding their employee count to over 100.
Shown below are some of ARI's long-time employees, all of whom have been working for ARI for 20+ years.
Over sixty 10th-12th graders from Washington County High School (WCHS) participated in Waco Works at Oconee Fall Line Technical College (OFTC), an event geared toward exposing and informing students of local career and skills-training opportunities in Washington County, Tuesday, November 6.
Waco Works was sponsored by the Washington County Chamber of Commerce after being one of eight local chambers to be named a recipient of the Fall 2018 College Access Grant through the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education.
The $3,000 grant allowed the chamber to coordinate the creation of Waco Works with OFTC, Washington County High School and several key industries within Washington County.
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