Join us for the monthly Chamber Meeting! Our meetings are the 2nd Tuesday of every month! Check in starts at 11:20 and we officially start the meeting at 12 PM.
Our May speaker is Cameron Kent!
Cameron Kent is a member of the North Carolina Broadcasters Hall of Fame.
He retired from television broadcasting after 32 years at WXII-12 News in Winston-Salem. He was nominated for 14 Emmy Awards for journalism, including three times as best news writer, and won an Emmy for his reporting on the Pentagon after 9/11.
In his second career as a writer, Cameron has published six novels: The Road to Devotion, When the Ravens Die, Make Me Disappear, The Sea is Silent, Mayor Molly, and his newest release, The Oak Island Book Club.
His other writing credits include four films which have aired on NBC, HBO, Lifetime, and at the American Film Institute. He’s also written a Christmas musical, “Welcome to Virginia” which has been performed at community theatres across the country.
In his spare time, he loves running, guitar, golf, and is active in Habitat for Humanity.
He is originally from Alexandria, Virginia, and a 1979 graduate of Wake Forest University.
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RSVPs must be received by 10 AM the Thursday BEFORE our meeting so we can give an accurate headcount to our caterer! Seating must be reserved for the meeting, whether lunch is ordered or not!
Monthly Chamber Meetings are a Chamber Member benefit. If you are not a member, you are welcome to attend one meeting, but you will be asked to join our Chamber for any meeting thereafter.
Our 2023 Word of the Year is "Purpose!" So make the commitment to join us! We look forward to seeing you at the monthly Chamber meetings!
Date and Time
Tuesday May 9, 2023
11:20 AM - 1:00 PM EDT
Our meetings are the 2nd Tuesday of every month! Check in starts at 11:20 and we officially start the meeting at 12 PM.
Broyhill Event Center
3540 Clemmons Road
Clemmons, NC 27012
Lunch costs $15 for members and guests.
Please RSVP by 10 AM the Thursday BEFORE our Chamber meeting.
Denise Heidel, Executive Director