• Programs

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    You will discover that membership in the Halifax County Chamber of Commerce is an investment in the future of our community and its economic environment. As a Chamber member you will also have the opportunity to help carry out the Chamber’s program of work and to give your business a great deal of positive exposure through networking, sponsorship and marketing opportunities. 

    Being a member is more than just membership; you become our client, and our organization is at work for you.  Our business is – Serving Your Business.

    Annual Meeting and Awards Celebration

    Network with other business professionals at the Chamber’s Annual Meeting and Banquet. Typically over 350 people attend this annual event in March to celebrate the Chamber’s accomplishments of the past year and vision for the upcoming year. 

    Congratulations to our 2021-22 Award Winners! 

    Business of the Year - Elliott Electric Inc.
    Business Person of the Year - Jeff Francisco

    Young Professional of the Year - Cameron Starke

    Nominate for the 2022-2023 Business Awards here.

    Chamber Fall Classic Golf Tournament

    Our Annual Chamber Fall Classic Golf Tournament provides an excellent opportunity to entertain clients and offers an invigorating day of business networking, socializing, and fun. The tournament was held on Friday, September 23, 2022. Players enjoyed a day in the sun with an exciting 4-man scramble tournament. View pictures from the tournament here.

    Virginia Cantaloupe Festival

    The Virginia Cantaloupe Festival is held each year on the 4th Friday in July. This sell-out event draws close to 2,000 people from all across the region to Halifax County. Business and the community gather together to celebrate all that our area has to offer. The festival is a true celebration of what Halifax County has to offer, featuring locally grown vegetables, and of course, cantaloupe. With major media sponsors, the festival is guaranteed maximum exposure. While preserving tradition and history, the Virginia Cantaloupe Festival strives to stimulate the local economy, entertain, and involve the community and visitors in a fun-filled atmosphere. 

    For more information, visit: www.valopefest.com

    Leadership Halifax County

    Leadership Halifax County is an exciting program sponsored by the Halifax County Chamber of Commerce to develop leadership skills of individuals within the community. Whether you have past experience in community affairs or are just becoming active, this program will challenge you to think about the future and change the way you deal with the present.

    Since 1989, the Chamber has graduated more than 300 individuals from the program. They are now challenging themselves, serving their employers and our community in active community-building efforts. You, too, can be a part of this dedicated, dynamic, and successful group of leaders.

    The program includes nine Leadership Day Sessions that offer focused leadership training, exciting behind-the-scenes tours, and engaging conversations with local leaders. Focus areas include agriculture, business, entrepreneurship, education, government, health and human services, manufacturing, recreation, and tourism. Leadership topics include self-awareness, leading in a changing world, effective communication, dealing with crises, delivering feedback, team building, and decision making.


    Participants pictured front row, left to right: Blair Jeffress, Industrial Development Authority of Halifax County; Angela Scott, Hitachi Energy; Jerri Tuck, Brooks Lyon Funeral Home; Terri Rowland, Town of South Boston; Kelsey Owen, Benchmark Community Bank; Haider Ali, Hitachi Energy; Holly Covington, Virginia Farm Bureau; Kirsten Doss, Presto; and Grace Winegar, Halifax County Chamber of Commerce. Back Row, left to right: Nicole Spence Dockery, Sentara Halifax Regional Hospital; Laura Gosney, Southstone Recovery Center; Kyle Anderson, Huber Engineered Woods; Nathan Parker, Huber Engineered Woods; LaVerne Taylor, Southern Virginia Higher Education Center; Rodney Meadows, Hitachi Energy; Jamie Lynn Anderson Lindley, Rogers Heating and Cooling; Ben Owen, Department of Tourism; and Alisha Rice, Tri-County Community Action Agency. Not pictured: Keri Davis, Virginia International Raceway; Rosa Dunn, Southern Virginia Higher Education Center; and Raven Graham, Carter Bank & Trust.

    Session 1: Personal Development: Self-Awareness and Team Building will be held September 15.
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  • Halifax Young Professionals and Entrepreneurs

    Our young professionals network is designed to recruit and retain young professionals to Halifax County by offering professional development, social, and leadership opportunities. Sign up here to join HYPE! Follow us on Facebook

     

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  • Young Professionals Trivia Night