The Greene County Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to advancing the economic vitality and quality of life in the Greene County area so that the entire community shall prosper.
Artale Bookkeeping is dedicated to serving small and home-based businesses. We pride ourselves on providing one-on-one attention to our clients.
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We work with homes sellers and real estate agents, to help them accomplish their goals of a quick home sale for top dollar. We are also available to help with renovation and interior design, helping homeowners feel more at home in their house.
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REC Names New Vice President of Engineering, Operations and Power Supply -
John Arp, P.E. has been promoted to Rappahannock Electric Cooperative’s (REC) executive leadership team as Vice President of Engineering, Operations and Power Supply. In this role, he will oversee system planning, engineering and technical services, ensuring the successful implementation of the Cooperative's strategic plan.
“Mr. Arp is a talented and accomplished engineer who brings more than 21 years of diverse utility, engineering and leadership experience,” said John Hewa, President and CEO. “His expertise in engineering, design, and operations and construction will be a strong addition to REC’s executive team.”
Joining REC in 2012 as an engineering supervisor, Arp has since served as director of System Planning and Engineering, and, most recently, as Western Region manager. In his most recent positon, Arp has promoted REC’s safety-first culture and service to members. During his time at REC, Arp has led several system-wide projects:
· A multi-year, high-value project that improved circuit efficiency and reduced operating costs;
· Developed distribution and sub-transmission automation schemes that have improved reliability for members;
· Worked with industry experts to design and implement a customized system-wide over-voltage protection scheme.
Arp holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Tennessee Technological University and is a licensed Professional Engineer in Virginia and Pennsylvania. He completed REC’s Leadership Development Program in 2018, has completed NRECA's Cooperative Financial Professional Certification program, and is currently completing NRECA’s Management Internship Program. Arp begins his new role December 1. ... See MoreSee Less
Press Release & More Information -
It is with great pleasure that we announce that Stanardsville's annual Christmas celebration will continue this year—albeit in a modified manner. The Red, White, Blue 'n Greene County Christmas Cruise Thru Light Display will take place on December 12th starting at 5:30 PM on Monroe Drive at the Greene County school complex.
We ask your continued support by sharing this free, family-friendly event on your community calendars and sharing it with your members and viewership. We also hope that you will consider placing a light display, float, or other parade entry into the lineup as we seek to promote local charities, businesses and service organizations. Please also encourage any individuals that you know whom may have large Christmas light displays to consider entering the event as we hope to leave a strong impression on the children who attend.
We would like to thank Dr. Whitmarsh and the Greene County School System for allowing us use of their parking lot to hold this event. We would also like to thank the Thomas Jefferson Health Department for reviewing and approving our plans to insure that our guests might remain safe and still enjoy a taste of normalcy this holiday season.
Please contact me should you have any questions or concerns.
With gratitude and sincerest wishes for your safe and happy holiday season,
Stanardsville Independence Day Committee
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Everyone send a huge shout out to Ruckersville Roto-Rooter's newest CSR! Let me introduce you to Hannah Edmonson! ... See MoreSee Less
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🍁Happy November!!! 🍁
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November Calendar from
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A note from Billy Arbour -
“Here is the November edition of the Sunrise/Sunset Calendar.
This month's photo is one I created for the front cover of the "Gateway to Greene" magazine for the Greene County Chamber of Commerce. Because this is such a historic time in the country, I thought this would be an appropriate message for this month.” ... See MoreSee Less
Have a Safe & Happy Halloween Weekend! 🍂🍁🎃 👻 🍁🍂 ... See MoreSee Less
Good Morning, GCOC Membership!
We would love to hear from you and would appreciate your feedback! Please take a moment to complete our survey and share your thoughts on how we can best serve you in the upcoming year!
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Paranormal Dinner at Lafayette Inn & Restaurant! Fabulous Event! ... See MoreSee Less
Part D (Prescription Drug Plan) is very important with Medicare, make sure you discuss with us or your Medicare Resource which plan is best for you this year. These plans change year to year and it is important to make sure you have the correct one. We offer FREE Reviews, call 434-296-9500 ext 4.
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This is a great opportunity for Greene businesses or businesses to be!Need help preparing your Quad-Tank Pitch to win $5,000 for your business?
It's not too late to register for tomorrow morning's online help session: clients.virginiasbdc.org/reg.aspx?mode=event&event=20400082 ... See MoreSee Less
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Greene County Chamber of Commerce is at Touchstone Manor.
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Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting!
Congratulations and here’s to much success!!! 🎉🤗🎉 ... See MoreSee Less
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REC Cares: Community Gives Continue
Rappahannock Electric Cooperative (REC) hasn’t been able to participate in community events like usual, but that hasn’t held the Cooperative back from supporting the communities it serves.
“We adapted quickly in early spring to move resources we would have used at community events toward groups that are helping those in need,” said Casey Hollins, director of communications and public relations.
This summer, REC provided financial support and donated items to local groups so they could continue doing their work in their communities. REC typically enjoys meeting member-owners at farmers markets during the summer months, though unable to attend in person, REC donated hundreds of reusable tote bags to markets in Clarke County, Ashland, Bowling Green and Mineral for shoppers to use.
REC also donated $1,000 to the Lord Fairfax Area Branch of the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank; Winchester Rescue Mission; Front Royal CCAP; and the Boys and Girls Club of Madison.
“The coronavirus pandemic has impacted every aspect of people’s lives,” said Brian Wolfe, senior public relations specialist. “These community gives will help organizations that are facing a higher demand for emergency services, clothing, food and child-care needs.” ... See MoreSee Less
Haunted Tours of Stanardsville Return and Provide Safe, Spooky Halloween Fun
Please contact Michael Payne, Stanardsville Independence Day Committee (SIDC) Chair, at (540) 290-8344 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions that you may have.
Are you looking for something fun to do this Halloween? Then visit Stanardsville and take one of our town’s haunted tours.
As the veil between worlds thins on Halloween night under the light of a blue moon, visitors and guests are invited to enjoy an evening of free, family-friendly fun on Saturday, October 31st, from 6-10 PM. Learn about the Gray Lady, the Chimney memorial at the edge of town, the murder of Judge Sullivan by Edgar Morris the then Sheriff’s son, the Banker’s Final Withdrawal, the ghost of Miss Cleveland, and many more tales of the paranormal, the unexplained and the just plain strange.
Walking tours will begin promptly at 6 PM and form on Court Street. For your safety, tours are entirely outdoors this year. The wearing of masks and the observance of social distancing are required at all times. Tours feature some depictions and accounts of historic violence, crime and mayhem and should be considered PG-13 in nature. Hot dogs and apple cider will be available for sale onsite. Tours are free but goodwill donations are gladly accepted to support the SIDC’s fundraising efforts for the Stanardsville Independence Day Committee festivities.
For more information, please feel free to visit us on Facebook (www.FB.com/RWBnG) or our website (www.RWBnG.org) or call (540) 290-8344. We look forward to seeing you there. ... See MoreSee Less
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Ribbon Cutting at 3pm!!! 💚🎉 ... See MoreSee Less
Funding Available for Non-profits, Educators, and Emergency Services.
But hurry - Deadline is Approaching!
Here is a very important deadline for our community: 10.15.20. That is the last date non-profits, educators, and emergency service organizations can apply for Community Grants of $5,000 or $2,000 from Rappahannock Electric Cooperative (REC).
Each year, REC awards grants to help make our communities better for everyone. We know the needs are greater this year than ever before. That’s why we don’t want any qualifying organization to miss the opportunity to receive a grant!
Remember, the deadline to apply is only 10 days away –– 10.15.20. Please apply today or forward this message to someone you think would qualify. ... See MoreSee Less
🚨NEW RELEASE ALERT🚨
Announcing the release of our 2019 Reserve Chardonnay! Aged in Bordeaux oak for 10 months, this smooth wine is sure to be a fan favorite - it’s definitely a staff favorite already! A perfect fall white 🍷
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Be the first person to respond with the correct location displayed in the October Calendar and win a $10 Starbucks Gift Card. Please email entries to email@example.com 🍂🍁🌻🍂🍁 ... See MoreSee Less
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If you missed our September Virtual Learning Class, please take a listen to Corey Lawson with BOST Benefits explain the most recent changes in Medicare.
Thank you Corey Hyde-Lawson for providing this most informative class! ... See MoreSee Less
Corey shared some great information-well worth 30 minutes of your time!
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TODAY!!!🏌️♀️ ⛳️ 🏌️It's another perfect ☀☀️☀ shiney day at The Highlands and a great time to enjoy ICED "TEE" TUESDAY! Like us on FB, Show us this Ad and receive a FREE ICED "TEE"! Open 10am - 8pm, Mon - Sun ...bring the kids! 😉 ... See MoreSee Less