March 2021

K-12 Academics Offers Education Resources Online

By |2021-03-09T19:25:50+00:00March 9th, 2021|Education|

K12 Academics is one of the most Respected, Recognized and Trafficked education resource websites in the United States. K12 Academics connects you with the right School, College, Camp, Library, Museum, Business, Program & Organization in your community. The site also has thousands of pages of resource information for families, Students, Schools and Educators. Not matter what you are looking for, you will find it on K12 Academics:
“Our education website is one of the most respected and recognized in the United States.
We help families find the right School, College, Camp, Library, Museum, Organization, Program and Business in their city
We also provide families, students, schools and educators with over 100,000+ pages of resource information
Here are other vendor directories on our site:
Camp Vendors
College Vendors
Educational Publishers
Educational Software
Library Vendors
Museum Vendors
Playground Vendors
School Bus Vendors
School Supplies
School Vendors
Our website networks the entire Education sector in the U.S. This includes: 167,429 Schools (34,576 Private & 132,853 Public); 13,506 School Districts; 5,300 Colleges/Universities; 116,867 Libraries; 35,000 Museums, 12,000 Camps.”
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February 2021

Guest Article: Affordable Post-Pandemic Marketing Strategies

By |2021-02-03T16:44:36+00:00February 3rd, 2021|Business Spotlight, Chamber News, Education, Guest Articles|

By Guest Columnist Naomi Johnson <[email protected]>

The past year has thrown unprecedented challenges at small business owners across the country. Although many businesses are finally able to reopen, the fight isn’t over just yet! Convincing customers to shop at your business may be tough, given that many people are still grappling with financial uncertainty and concerns about contracting COVID-19.  (see attached for rest of the article.

 

Reopening Your Business_ Affordable Post-Pandemic Marketing Strategies 2.3.21
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November 2020

E. Wilson Green & Future Leader Award Nominations Open

By |2020-12-30T18:26:12+00:00November 19th, 2020|Chamber News, Education|

RE:  E. WILSON GREEN AWARD & FUTURE LEADERS AWARD NOMINATIONS

DEADLINE:  December 31, 2020

To:  All S.R.A.C.C. Members,

Below are downloadable nomination forms for the E. Wilson Green Award and the Future Leaders Award.

2020 E.WILSON GREEN Nomination form
2020 FUTURE LEADER AWARD Nomination form

These awards are usually presented at our annual banquet, which has been postponed or possibly canceled due to Covid.  If it is canceled, we will be giving the awards personally and recorded on Facebook and Press Releases.

The E. Wilson Green Award was first given in 1990 and is presented in memory of the late Chamber volunteer/leader, E. Wilson Green, who served as a board member and was an instrumental participant in the Chamber for many years.

 

The award is presented to a person or organization for outstanding contributions to the Chamber and/or this community.  This Nominee does not have to be a member of the S.R.A.C.C.   Please give proper and due consideration to a deserving person or organization for this outstanding award.

 

RULES FOR E.WILSON GREEN AWARD:

  1. The candidate should have distinguished himself/herself by love of and vigorous support for the community.
  2. No previous E.Wilson Green Award winner may be nominated or receive the award again.
  3. Candidate must live in the Spring River Area, which includes: Ash Flat, Hardy, Highland, Cherokee Village or surrounding areas.
  4. All nominations will be reviewed by the Executive Board of Directors. The Board will select the top three (3) nominees and these names will appear on the Ballot.  This ballot will be mailed to all members to be voted on. Each Chamber member will have only one (1) vote.
  5. Must be present to receive award during the banquet (if held) and, hopefully, be able to present the award to the following year’s recipient..

 

RULES FOR FUTURE LEADER AWARD:

  1. Must be 18 or under and has not graduated High School yet.
  2. Must actively work to create a better community (This can be through volunteerism, supporting peers in a positive manner and being a productive member of society).
  3. Actions which qualify must have been to benefit the Spring River and/or surrounding areas.
  4. Must be present to receive award during the banquet (if held) and, hopefully, be able to present the award to the following year’s recipient.
  5. Candidate should have distinguished himself/herself by love of and vigorous support for the community.
  6. Candidate must live in the Spring River Area, which includes: Ash Flat, Hardy, Highland, Cherokee Village or surrounding areas
  7. A committee will be selecting the winner of the Future Leader Award.

 

We appreciate your cooperation in submitting nominees as soon as possible.

They may be emailed to: [email protected]

Or, mailed to:  SRACC, PO Box 1015, Hardy, AR 72542

 

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