June after-hours party coming in Richmond Hill
The Richmond Hill/Bryan County Chamber of Commerce will host its June Business After Hours from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday, June 18, at the Urgent Care Center of Richmond Hill, 60 Exchange St.
Attendees will have a chance to meet the center’s staff and learn a little about the business while enjoying drinks, hors d’oeuvres and entertainment from Stewart Marshall.
Lori Gaylor and Catherine Grant founded the urgent care center, and Dr. Robert Mazur has been its medical director since its inception in 2009.
The center has recently added a second medical director, Dr. J. David Carson.
“From the moment a patient walks through our doors, we aim to greet them with warm smiles and compassionate hearts that are ready to deliver extraordinary care,” Grant said.
Gaylor said the center tries to ensure its services meet and exceed the community’s needs.
RSVP for the after hours gathering by calling 912-220-2976 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pace Lighting announces women ownership majority
Pace Lighting has announced that a majority of its ownership shares have been transferred to Lisa Dixon, Tabitha Thomas and Lindsay Williams.
Dixon, Thomas and Williams have worked at Pace Lighting for six, seven and four years, respectively, and all have grown from entry-level positions to management and corporate ownership.
Jointly, they handle all day-to-day company processes and management decisions across all departments.
Dixon will assume the position of chief executive officer, and Thomas will become the chief financial officer, both effective June 5.
Dixon succeeds retiring CEO and company founder Frank M. Bartlett.
Bartlett said he and co-founder Larry Howell are proud to start the transition of their business to the next generation of owners.
“I know they will continue to provide the best in experiences for each and every customer and to lead the lighting industry for many years to come,” Bartlett said.
Zonta Club of Savannah donates to Step Up
The Zonta Club of Savannah recently contributed $500 to support Step Up Savannah’s job-readiness training effort, which is called the Chatham Apprentice Program.
The funds will support female participants in the program’s next class at the Wesley Community Center.
The program helps people develop skills to compete in the job market, secure employment and become more self-sufficient. It’s a collaboration among Chatham County, Savannah Technical College and several community based organizations.
For questions about Step Up or the Chatham Apprentice Program, call Kate Blair at 912-232-6747 or visit www.stepupsavannah.org.