Patrick County Chamber of Commerce, Stuart, Virginia
Patrick County - Stuart, Virginia - Blue Ridge Mountains
 
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Chamber News

Racing Under Caution Award Winners

February 24, 2021

Winners take Checkered flag in the Annual Chamber of Commerce's Awards. . . . read more

Chamber Announces new business Launch Program

February 24, 2021

Want to start a business, but don't know where to start? An 8 week boot camp program is here for Patrick County. . . . read more

Upcoming Events

Rotary Field, 420 Woodland Drive - Are you getting all the MONEY you are entitled to from your tax return? If you earned less than $57,000 in total income in 2020, you qualify for our FREE income tax preparation assistance! Solutions that Empower People (STEP) has trained volunteers to help prepare and e-file your taxes until April 7, 2021. If you live in Patrick County, call 540-483-5142 for an appointment. Tax preparation will be on Tuesdays and Wednesdays beginning February 2, 2021. The service will be by appointment only between the hours of 10-4. The location will be at the Rotary Field instead of the STEP building on Wayside Road. Clients will be asked a series of questions and have their temperatures checked upon arrival. Masks and social distancing are required. . . . learn more

Jan 27-Nov 17:  Women Impact Virginia

The Women Impact Virginia Series will aim to advance women leaders in Virginia. Each session will promote connections, engagement and empowerment of women who feel a desire to impact their community, region, state, nation and world. Each session is free to women across the Commonwealth and beyond, and will include keynote speakers, networking and a panel discussion diving deep into industry best practices and tools for success. To learn more or to register, contact: Women Impact Virginia - support-impact@vt.edu January 27th - Healthcare; May 26th - Hospitality; August 25th - Non-Profit Organization; November 17th - The Entrepreneurial Mindset -- A quarterly virtual professional development series empowering women in the workplace. . . . learn more

500 N Main Street - The February "Black History Month" Exhibit: “Can You See the Rhythm,” features Leo Rucker. A virtual opening will be held on Friday, February 12, 2021, at 5:30 p.m. on the Stokes Arts Facebook page. Visit in person at the Stokes County Arts Council, 500 N. Main Street, Danbury, North Carolina. This display of artwork will be on display throughout February. The viewing of this exhibit is free and open to the public. Rucker's life as a portrait artist and muralist began at an early age. Art later became a true passion for Rucker in middle school when Rucker worked to develop and improve his skills in portraits and landscapes with pencil and watercolor. In high school he received many awards in art, and in college continued his pursuit in commercial art at Rutledge College with a degree in 1983 and an outstanding artist award from that school. These accomplishments opened the door for Rucker to become a supervisor in the gold leaf department at Carolina Art and Frame in Kernersville, NC, and he pursued a career in art throughout his life. As he has continued his journey in the art world, he developed skills in different media. His exhibit is brilliant in color, musical in nature, and a must see for everyone! For additional information, contact the Stokes County Arts Council at 336-593-8159 or visit www.stokesarts.org. . . . learn more

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