Welcome to the Martinsville-Henry County Chamber of Commerce
The Martinsville Henry County Chamber of Commerce is a membership organization comprised of businesses
serving our community. With over 600 members, the Chamber acts a voice for businesses in the region
while also providing opportunities for networking, collaboration, and increased community exposure.
The Martinsville-Henry County Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1959 and has been actively involved in
all facets of our business community ever since. Our programs are designed to encourage a strong local economy
by creating an environment where businesses thrive and community and commerce work together for the future
of Martinsville-Henry County. Learn more by exploring our website!
‘Living on the Water’
VMNH exhibit brings Chesapeake Bay inland
By MICKEY POWELL - Bulletin Staff Writer
The nation’s largest estuary, the Chesapeake Bay, is the focus of the Virginia Museum of Natural History’s newest exhibit.
“Living on the Water” opens Saturday, coinciding with a day-long festival of the same title, and will run through next July 26.
The “Living on the Water Festival” will feature sandcastle building contests, a dunking booth and water-related games, relay races and crafts.
Mark Your Calendars for Saturday, August 2, 2014 for the 7th Annual Tour de Scholar Charity Bike Ride!
This pedaling event directly benefits our local schools, teachers, and students as proceeds benefit the Education Foundation’s PIE (Partnership In Excellence) grants.
The Martinsville-Henry County Chamber of Commerce is partnering with CGI Communications to develop
videos that will introduce viewers to various aspects of life in our community. Over the next few weeks,
CGI Communications representatives will be contacting our Chamber members to get involved with this initiative.
This is a great opportunity to be a part of a community-minded program, while also allowing our members to
receive their own personalized, professionally-produced video to add to their own websites.
"I enjoy our Chamber membership and find it a great way to meet other business people in the community."
~ Patricia Cassidy - Comcast Spotlight
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