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  • Three community leaders honored at Chamber’s annual Small Business Awards Celebration

    Thursday, 17 May 2018

    On Thursday, three area professionals were honored by the Decatur-Morgan County Chamber of Commerce at the annual Small Business Awards Celebration for their innovation, creativity and commitment to our city’s quality of life. Tyler Jones, owner of The RailYard, Whisk’D Café and High Point Market was named the Raymon Baker - John Cook - Ralph Jones Small Business Person of the Year; Mary Ila Ward, owner and president of Horizon Point Consulting, was named the Arthur Orr Young Professional of the Year; and Michael Tubbs, chief executive officer of Community Action Partnership of North Alabama, was named the Lynn C. Fowler Non-Profit Professional of the Year. The luncheon was presented by Redstone Federal Credit Union and held at the Doubletree by Hilton Decatur Riverfront.

  • Media invited to Chamber’s annual Small Business Awards Celebration Thursday

    Monday, 14 May 2018

    The Chamber’s annual Small Business Awards Celebration event recognizes the contributions of small business to the local and national economies and honors business leaders in our community. Approximately two of every three new jobs created in our economy are created by small businesses, and more nearly 80 percent of the Chamber’s members are small businesses. The luncheon is also an opportunity to highlight three area professionals with awards honoring their contributions to the business community.

  • Chamber’s State of the City Address to highlight growth, development and future in the River City

    Friday, 23 March 2018

    The Chamber’s annual State of the City Address provides the Decatur mayor an opportunity to highlight the city’s progress in economic development, quality of life services and present an “annual report” to the membership regarding accomplishments of the past year. The mayor also will look ahead at the year to come for the River City – the eighth largest municipality in Alabama.

  • Chamber announces staff departure

    Monday, 19 March 2018

    John Seymour, president and CEO of the Decatur-Morgan County Chamber of Commerce, announced today that Amber Turner, the Chamber’s director of workforce development and education, will step down from her position effective March 30, to become the interim executive director of the North Alabama Workforce Development Alliance (NAWDA).

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A year ago, I heard John Joseph in a speech make the observation that Decatur-Morgan County may be in the middle of a rebirth and we don’t even realize it. In a recent conversation, John agreed that today we can say for sure that we are in the middle of the emergence of our area as one of the South’s most vibrant communities.

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