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Back To Rock (B2R) is your source for all things music! Enrolling now for the fall season, we have early childhood music education, music lessons for school age students, music and motion classes for tots and yes, we’ll even host your child’s birthday party! Stop by or call us to see how much fun we have at Bach To Rock!
From Ben at Parks and Rec:
We wanted to send one final reminder, that our volleyball registration closes TOMORROW, Friday August 10th at 5pm!
For those who have registered, skills day will be this Saturday, August 11th at the Huntersville Rec Center. Please make every intention to come so we can get an accurate rating on the girls. We use these ratings to make teams as even as possible. Attached is our fall memo with key dates and times moving forward.
For those of you interested in coaching a team, please reach out to me if you haven’t already. As you all know, this league is made up of outstanding volunteer coaches! Thank you to everyone who has coached in the past!
To register your daughter, use the link below. You can also swing by the Rec Center tomorrow to register in person.
If you have any questions, let me know.
Register Here: https://apm.activecommunities.com/hsvlpandr
The Huntersville Chamber proudly helped introduce Aspire Carolinas to local corporate and civic leaders in the planning stages of the plans to build a new school campus and prototype for specialized education and learning. Read the Herald Citizen article on the plans for this exciting project.
Also, bookmark Aspire Carolinas to follow the progress.
Open seats on the Huntersville Greenway, Trail, and Bikeway Commission
Two members have recently stepped down from the GTBC – the term for these to seats will end December 2018.
Apply Here – Deadline to apply August 24
The Greenway, Trails and Bikeway Commission meets on the third Tuesdays of each month at 6:30 p.m. and are open to the public. They meet at: Town Center 105 Gilead Road on the 3rd floor. Please email Tracy Houk, Recreation Superintendent for additional information, questions and concerns.
We wanted to make sure we shared the resources available to those seeking employment. There is a new section on the bottom of our Resources for Residents page and we hope you’ll share the information.
HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. (May 7, 2018) – Northeastern University–Charlotte and the Huntersville Chamber hosted a Corporate Business Summit on Wednesday, May 2 to discuss workforce development issues, opportunities and future needs. The summit took place at Burkert Fluid Control Systems on Mount Holly-Huntersville Road in Huntersville.
Corporate human resource representatives from Daetwyler Industries, Microban, i10 Staffing, Burkert and Saertex gathered at a round table luncheon discussion with Northeastern University’s CEO and Dean Dr. Cheryl Richards. Dr. Richards shared Northeastern’s goal to assist corporate entities in achieving their business objectives by meeting the educational needs for employees in training and continuing education, as well as filling talent gaps for upcoming industry needs.
Dr. Richards noted, “With unemployment rates the lowest we’ve seen in a decade, employers are starting to think more innovatively about diversifying their workforce pipeline. This means not only recruiting out of schools and colleges, but also reinvesting in their existing workforce to up-skill and re-skill in critical areas where positions are hard to fill. Companies in the advanced manufacturing and technology verticals are most challenged with finding and retaining this talent, and Northeastern is pleased to be a partner in developing customized solutions for them.”
Jill Swain, executive director of the Huntersville Chamber added, “Our local businesses know that they have to look to the future for their companies—and what type of ongoing education programs will help them progress. We appreciate Northeastern University recognizing that retention, personal growth and corporate interest in the intellectual health of their employees is an important employee benefit.”
Northeastern’s listening tour is an ongoing effort by the private research university to help local employers examine their own workforce as a pipeline for reskilling and retooling talent, filling the needs of corporate entities in the Charlotte and Huntersville region.
About the Huntersville Chamber of Commerce: The Huntersville Chamber of Commerce connects businesses and citizens in Huntersville, Davidson, Cornelius and the Lake Norman region with a unique model of partnerships and connections. The mission of the Huntersville Chamber is to contribute to a strong community economic foundation. For more information on the Huntersville Chamber, go to www.HuntersvilleChamber.com or email [email protected]
About Northeastern University:
Northeastern University is a top-tier private research university that provides high-demand graduate programs aligned with the needs of industry in region and around the globe. The Charlotte campus, the university’s first expansion outside of Boston, opened in October 2011. Since then, it has grown from eight master’s degrees to more than 40 degree, certificate and non-credit programs. The Northeastern network also includes campuses and hubs in Seattle, Silicon Valley and Toronto. For more information, visit northeastern.edu/charlotte.
Bill Labbon can translate the headline for you…because that is what he can do for you or any business! And, he continues to get accolades for the work his business, Foreign Translations, does around the world.
Here are recent positive reads about Huntersville Chamber member Bill Labbon and Foreign Translations:
|May 1st, 2018: Foreign Translations achieves NC HUB Certification!
We are extremely excited to achieve our North Carolina (NC) HUB certification!
*Headline translated from Polish: This man is good at his job!