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Archive: May 2019

How can you, your company drive social impact? Five steps to making a difference.

By: tmalory | May 29, 2019

“On June 10, 1946 Jack Johnson, the first black heavyweight champion of the world, was refused service at a diner in Franklinton, NC. As he left the diner he lost control of his car and crashed causing life threatening injuries. He was brought to St. Agnes Hospital in Raleigh as...

One Bite ~ One Plate ~ One Meal at a Time.

By: ChamberMarketing | May 15, 2019

PICTURED (L) Sous Chef Jacqueline "Jay" White and (R) Executive Chef Queen Precious-Jewel Zabriskie If you’re looking to cater a corporate event or small gathering in your home, Indulge Catering, LLC. has you covered. Executive Chef Precious-Jewel and Sous Chef Jacqueline have built a highly sought-after catering business by...

Creek Week is Good News for Durham

By: tmalory | May 14, 2019

Since Durham started celebrating Creek Week in 2009, 3,400 volunteers have collected over 81 tons of litter. Hikes, canoe rides, talks, films, and nature explorations have helped residents learn more about and directly experience our local waterways. Creek Week pioneers from Frog Hollow Outdoors, Ellerbe Creek Watershed Association, and...

My Local CFO Helps Businesses Build Legacies

By: ChamberMarketing | May 9, 2019

If your business is going in the wrong direction—strategically or financially—and you can’t seem to figure out the root cause, My Local CFO can help. My Local CFO gives business owners peace by of mind by getting their businesses on the intended path, through offerings such as CFO, accounting,...

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