Sponsored by the Vidalia Rotary Club & the Georgia Power Ambassadors
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
1:00 pm to 7:00 pm
At theVidaliaCommunity Center
In the Activity Room
Click HERE to make your appointment online!
Make plans for the Toombs-Montgomery Chamber’s annual golf tournament on October 13th at Rocky Creek Golf Club. Each player receives a $50 Callaway gift card compliments of Harton Automotive Group, two Mulligans, a chance on the Longest Drive and Closest to the Pin contests, an Oxford Golf shirt, one Red Tee, refreshments all day and plenty of good food, plus a chance to win many great prizes. Click here for a registration form with complete details.
For a donation of $20, enter a drawing to win a round of golf for four people on Pinehurst No. 8 and $200 cash. You do not have to play in the tournament to enter.
For her 22 years of service to the Toombs-Montgomery Chamber, our very own Debbie Evans was named in the Georgia Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives Top 20 Longest Tenured Chamber Employee List. This Chamber would not be as successful without her dedication and hard work to the community.
Thursday, October 20th
117 NW Main Street, Vidalia
Owners: Cindy Reddick and Marcie Garrett
Alliance Home Medical Presents
CPAP/BIPAP Tune-Up Night
Bring your sleep therapy device in for a FREE tune-up
at Alliance Home Medical
1107 E. First Street, Vidalia (next to Bi-lo)
5:30 – 8:00 pm
Dr. Robert Scanlon, Jr., is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care Medicine and Sleep Medicine. He specializes in treating sleep disorders and is available for sleep consultations.
Monday, September 26th
603 East First Street, Vidalia
The Toombs County Development Authority (TCDA) has produced and released a new video about growth and business in the county. The video offers a glimpse of business growth and lifestyle as told by business leaders who address the viewer in a testimonial style while showing Toombs County at work and play. The video is featured on the TCDA web site at www.toombsconnect.com.
“We’re very pleased with the results,” said Bill Mitchell, Executive Director of the TCDA. “We felt it was important to tell our story to companies and site selection consultants that are thinking of bringing jobs to our area of the state.”
That story includes not only testimonials from companies like Dot Foods, Oxford Apparel and Trane which have long called Toombs County home, but growing entrepreneurial companies such as U.S. Energy Sciences and more recently, new companies such as Chicken of the Sea – GA Canning and US Pet Nutrition.
“We’ve really emphasized our proximity to the Port in Savannah,” said B.J. Davis, Local Manager for Georgia Power & Chair of the TCDA. “It’s a good story that will highlight our community spirit and ability to support our diversified workforce.”
Supporting existing companies that are expanding and recruiting companies who are relocating are the primary jobs of the Toombs County Development Authority. The video launch caps a two and a half year phase of rebranding for the Authority that has provided a long-term strategic plan, a new visual identity & logo, assorted marketing materials and web site. The TCDA spent more than a year alone shooting footage before making the video so that it provides a wide variety of seasonal “slices of life” for the viewer. In addition to port & infrastructure, business scenes and testimonials, the video also captures The Vidalia Onion Festival, Tales From the Altamaha, The Real Squeal Bar-B-Que & Bluegrass Festival and many others, as well as dramatic aerial views of the county.
“We’re really grateful for all of the area business leaders who came together and helped us tell the story,” said Pollyann Martin, Associate Broker with The Temples Company and 2010 TCDA Marketing Committee Chair. “This is the kind of video message that promotes our county, our people, our workforce and the assets we have in Toombs County”.
Coastal Marketing Group (www.coastalmarketinggroup.com) produced the video in collaboration with the TCDA.
Along with their regular menu, Canape is offering a new 3 course dinner special for the month of October.
Reservations not necessary only recommended (912) 537-1322.
115 Southwest Main Street, Vidalia
Open Wednesday – Saturday
5:30 – 7:00 pm
New 3 Course for the Month of October – A Trip to Italy
$19.95 per person + tax
Appetizer (please choose one)
Canapé Caesar Salad – crisp romaine, diced cucumbers, tangy dressing, house made croutons, parmesan cheese or
Caprése Tomato & Mozzarella Napoleon drizzled with extra virgin olive oil and a balsamic reduction or
Hot Italian Sausage & Sweet Peppers – a classic wonderful tasting of spicey sausage with caramelized peppers & Vidalia Onions
Entrée (please choose one)
Sicilian Rigatoni oven roasted mild Italian sausage, caramelized Vidalia onions, fresh garlic, maple hickory bacon, roma tomatoes, spicy marinara sauce, aged Romano cheese and rigatoni pasta or
Blackened Chicken Alfredo or
Lump Crab Cake – One made from scratch crab cake, chef’s potatoes, steamed broccoli, lightly spiced remoulade
Dessert – There will be a selection of different desserts to choose from
The Toombs-Montgomery Retail Committee and the Georgia Southern Small Business Development Center is offering the
Mystery Shopper Program
to help you evaluate your business.
The program includes a free report offering recommendations and suggestions specifically for you. Space is limited to the first 12 businesses who register. Click here for complete details and registration information.
104 NW Broad Street, Lyons
Thursday, October 6th
Owner and Operator: Telena NeeSmith
Little Red Wagon, located at 503 West Liberty Street, Lyons has out-grown their building and is expanding by opening a second location. Come check out their wide selection of antiques, used furniture, home décor, like-new clothes, woodwork and much more at BOTH locations.