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Hartselle Enquirer

‘Have a Hart’ information session to be held Dec. 2 

Special to the Enquirer  

’All hands-on deck! Are you interested in meeting community business leaders, make lasting friendships and business connections, and helping the Chamber carry out its programs and events for 2023? You’re invited to attend a free informational lunch to learn more about how you can make a huge impact in your community (and earn big prizes along the way.) Come learn about how you can volunteer for the Chamber, earn cash weekly and qualify to win a trip for the whole family.  

The luncheon will be held Dec. 2 from noon until 1 p.m. at the Depot on Railroad Street.  

The “Have a Hart” Sponsorship Campaign, formerly known as the Total Resource Campaign, is a six-week sponsorship drive from January to March 2023. Volunteers help raise money through sponsorship for all Chamber events and programs.  

“Have a Hart” volunteers will serve as advocates for the Chamber and community. Participants will meet and network with other volunteers from the community and work together for the betterment the Hartselle area. As a voluntary, not-for-profit organization, Hartselle Area Chamber of Commerce is dependent upon the dues and investment it receives from businesses and professional firms or corporations.  

In order to participate, participants must work for a Chamber business member or be willing to join. 

A complimentary meal will be provided. The Depot is located at 110 Railroad St. in Hartselle.  

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