Chamber Newsletter March 2018

Joseph Sumner / March FLAG Guest Speaker

Joseph Sumner’s Metal Art and Watercolors

He is planning to do a program on his metal art and watercolor.
Joseph Sumner is a native of Wrightsville, Georgia. He is a graduate of Brentwood School in Sandersville. Upon graduation, Joseph attended Mercer University where he earned degrees in finance and economics. After working as a stockbroker, Joseph returned to law school at Mercer and graduated from the Walter F. George School of Law in 2003. He practices law in Dublin, Georgia. He is married to Ellen Green Sumner and they have two daughters. In his spare time, he manages and spends time in the timberlands of southeast Georgia. Joseph's art focuses on the wild plants and creatures he has known and admired since he was a child. He credits his parents for encouraging him to create art from a young age along with both of his grandfathers, Carl Sumner and Dr. William Rawlings, Sr., who took him fishing as a child and taught him to love, preserve and appreciate wild creatures and places. Joseph's preferred medium is metal sculpture. He also works in oil and watercolor paints. 
Please join us for the membership meeting on Monday, March 5, 2018 at the Development Authority of Washington County Building. Enter the rear door.

Merle Norman Cosmetics

Loose Sugar Bakery

Hiring Event

Relay for Life Survivor Registration Tea

SBDC Business Plan Essentials

Tennille Fine Arts Club 2018 Arts Extravaganza

Tennille Fine Arts Club Arts Extravaganza

Saturday, March 10, 2018
The Tennille Fine Arts Club will be hosting its sixth art show on Saturday, March 10, 2018, at the Development Authority of Washington County meeting room.  This year’s “On Track with the Visual Arts” will be open to the public from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will showcase over 20 artists.
Artist of all ages will be represented in this year’s show. Brentwood students Mary James Wright and Will Hodges will display their talents as well as students from Washington County High School.  Returning artists include Ashley Anderson, Sara Andrews, Vicky Bernard, Ida and Peggy Blackstone, Elaine Burge, Bryant Jordan, Gloria Muhammad, Bobby Strange, Dana Wiggins Thompson, Jennifer Tillirson, and Shaun Veal.  New to the show are Natalie Newsome, David Hadid, Charlette Thompson and Janibeth Outlaw. 
Acrylic and watercolor paintings, pen/pencil drawings, pottery, woodworking, crochet art, soaps, cooper art, and jewelry are a few examples of the types of art available for purchase and display at the show.
Admission for the show is $8.00.  All proceeds from the Tennille Fine Arts Club Arts Extravaganza are used for Fine Arts Club scholarships for Washington County students interested in developing their talents in the arts.  Please plan to join us as we celebrate the many talents of these artists!

Small Business Development Center

Washington County Pre-K Registration

Fall Line Artist Guild Life of the Georgia Farmer Art Show

Taste of The Towns

Whale of A Garage Sale

Sunrise 100 Air Race

GDOT - DrIve Alert....ArrIve AlIve

Washington County Chamber of Commerce

Washington County Chamber of Commerce
603 South Harris Street
Sandersville, GA  31082
Chamber of Commerce Weekly Newsletter - Chamber Newsletter March 2018