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Becky Nichols and the team at the Selma and Dallas County Public Library are constantly providing programs and resources that enrich and improve our community! If you haven't stopped by lately, take a moment to do so during National Library Week (April 9-15, 2017). We are especially partial to the library's incredible local archive, but they have something for everyone and every age. Check out our community calendar for events around the library. When you stop by, make sure to ask about the library's upcoming summer programming focused on "Building a Better World," and tell them the Chamber sent you!
"Read More" to learn about National Library Week and how you can get involved!
Hardee's is one of our many valued Chamber Members, and we are thrilled to offer these deals to you on their behalf. Please click "Read More" and scroll down for the printable coupons offered by Hardee's!
We have been rocking along at the Chamber; read on below for just a small slice of what we have been up to!
Selma’s Ward 4
Black History Celebration:
Black Man Heal & Expressions
You Are Invited to Celebrate!
February 27th & 28th - Performing Arts Center
Monday, February 27, 2017
9th Annual Program (5:30 pm)
It’s another celebration of the generations!
Each year has been a continual hit, and each year, at your request, we have to bring some of the acts “Back by Popular Demand,” while making effort to ensure you a new experience for the most part. We will do our best to give you encore performances coupled with new acts and information.
Generation Celebration: Invited expressions participants include Cedar Park Elementary School, Clark Elementary School, Concordia College Selma, R.B. Hudson Middle School, singers, mimes, dancers, poets, artists and dramatists!
Look for a special tribute to African American seniors.
Let's come out and support them!!! Clap for them. Give them a smile.
Pat them on the back.
Say "Job well done" to them!!
Let's use them,
so we don't lose them!!
Refreshments will be served.
Black Man Heal
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
8th Annual Lunchtime Symposium
(9:30 am – 2:30 pm)
This symposium is designed to address the holistic healing needs of African American men and boys--the spiritual, the financial, the physical and the psychological. It is CEU-approved and open to all.
Special Guest Speaker: TBA
Local Guest Panelists: TBA
This symposium benefits our young men at home, school, and in the community!
For more information:
Councilwoman Angela Benjamin 334-349-5389
Call the library for reservations 334-874-1730
Feb. 7, 14, 21, 28 | Sleeping Beauty
Mar. 7, 14, 21, 28 | King Midas and the Golden Touch
Apr. 4, 11, 18, 25 | Aladin and His Lamp
From 10 am-Noon
Learn more about:
You will receive books, make toys for your new baby and receive lots of other material.
Call today to reserve a spot in our class 334-874-7785
New Possibilities Youth Center After School Program
Monday through Thursday
Grades 6,7, & 8
3:30 pm-6:00 pm
Sister Kathy, Director 334-872-2359
Patrick Evans: Coordinator
Registration: Monday, August 15, 2016 3-6pm at 1108 Griffin Avenue
Sponsored by the Edmundite Missions
Do youy want to build better banking relationships? At this seminar, participants will learn: the importance of operations and business planning, the importance of sound financial management and record keeping, and about support services for small businesses. Free Admission. PLEASE RSVP: . For more information, contact: 205-715-2710
Tang Soo Do (related to Taekwondo)
Fee: $30/family (adults encouraged)
Ages: Grade 2+ accompanied by an adult
Free uniforms/free month of trial classes
Sr. Kathy, 4th degree Certified Black Belt Instructor