Broadway named new chamber leader
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Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014

Broadway named new chamber leader

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- LAKE NORMAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Hilary Broadway was inducted as the new Chairman of the Board of the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce at the organization’s annual banquet on Jan. 17 at The Peninsula Club.

New chamber leader: Hilary Broadway was inducted as the new chairman of the Board of the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce at the organization’s annual banquet on Jan. 17 at The Peninsula Club.

Broadway took over from Wendy Moran, who is vice president of People’s Bank in Denver. It marks the first time in the chamber’s 26-year history that two women executives will serve as consecutive chairs of the board. The chamber has approximately 1,000 business members and serves the Cornelius, Davidson, Huntersville and greater Lake Norman region.

Broadway, a Cornelius resident, is a Realtor, broker in charge and trainer for Allen Tate in Mooresville. She served as public policy chairman of the chamber in 2010 and 2011 and led the Business Growth Division for the last two years.

Additions to the 2014 Chamber Board also include J.A. “Jay” Lesemann Jr., managing member at Lesemann & Associates, CPAs; Bill Ellison, partner in The McIntosh Law Firm; Sabrena Fernandez, marketing manager of Servpro of Northwest Charlotte; and Tom Gettelman, administrator for Carolinas Healthcare System Behavioral Health Hospital in Davidson.

Town representatives include Jeff Neely of Huntersville, Beth Cashion of Davidson and Jim Duke of Cornelius.

Cornelius Coffee Chat: Cornelius Town Commissioner John Bradford will hold his monthly Cornelius Coffee Chat 9:30-10:45 a.m. Jan. 20 at the Acropolis Restaurant.

New Cornelius Mayor Chuck Travis will be the special guest.

Bradford hosts the Cornelius Coffee Chat at 9:30 a.m. on the third Monday of each month at the Acropolis. It is open to all Cornelius residents and business owners. For reminders and cancellation notices, visit John Ray Bradford’s facebook page or Twitter account (@JohnRayBradford).

Updated fitness classes: The town of Cornelius recently updated its fitness class schedule. Available classes are:

Mommy & Me: 10-11 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday Jan. 27-March 7, No Limit Training Co., 18631 Northline Drive. $90 residents, $105 non-residents.

Cardio Funk: 6:30-7:30 p.m. Mondays and 9-10 a.m. Saturdays on an ongoing basis, Bailey Road Recreation Center, 11900 Bailey Road. $5 per week, $40 for 10 classes.

Yo-lates: 6:30-7:30 p.m. Mondays through Feb. 24, Bailey Road Recreation Center, 11900 Bailey Road. Call for pro-rated cost.

Couch to 5K Running Plan: 6:30-7:30 p.m. Monday and Wednesday through Feb. 12, Bailey Middle School Track, 11900 Bailey Road. Call for pro-rated cost.

Boot Camp: 7:40-8:40 a.m. Monday and Wednesday through Feb. 12 or 7:30-8:30 a.m. Saturdays through Feb. 15, Bailey Road Middle School Track, 11900 Bailey Road. Call for pro-rated cost.

Tai Chi: 9:30-10:30 a.m. Thursdays through Feb. 27 or 9:30-10:30 a.m. Saturdays through March 1, Bailey Road Middle School Track, 11900 Bailey Road. Call for pro-rated cost.

Urology discussion for men: Dr. Ashley Tapscott of Carolina Urology Partners will speak on prostate health, low testosterone and erectile dysfunction at “A Urology Discussion for Men” 3-4:30 p.m. Feb. 5 in Community Rooms A and B at Lake Norman Regional Medical Center.

Admission is free. The program is part of Senior Extra, a health and wellness lecture series for seniors. To register or for more information, visit www.seniorextra.com or call 704-660-4859.

Teddy bear parade: Members of the Lake Norman Regional Medical Center Auxiliary recently held the annual Teddy Bear Parade with law enforcement agencies in Mooresville, Davidson and Cornelius.

Auxiliary members purchase a new stuffed animal and donate it to agencies during their annual holiday gatherings called the Teddy Bear Parade. Police use the donated animals to help calm children in emergency situations.

Sinus surgery program: Lake Norman Regional Medical Center will offer a free educational program, “Relief for Sinus Sufferers: Sinus Surgery Advances,” at 6 p.m. Jan. 28 in the hosptial’s Community Room B.

Dr. Roy Lewis, a board-certified Otolaryngologist with Lake Breeze ENT & Allergy, will lead the program. For reservations, call 1-888-995-6762.

Professional Women’s Network: The Mooresville-South Iredell Chamber Professional Women’s Network will host “It’s About YOU” 5-7 p.m. Feb. 27 at Springhill Suites, 121 Gateway Blvd., Mooresville.

The first 100 women will receive a goody bag with items donated by MSI Chamber members such as Belk, A New You Bodyworks, Mary Kay, Premier Jewelry, Your Karma and hair stylist Barbara Pfeffer. Food and wine will be provided by Springhill Suites.

Cost is $8 cash at the door. The networking event is open to all ladies. Participants should bring business cards or literature they would like to distribute.

To register, contact Sylvia Spury at 704-664-3898 or chamber@mooresvilleNC.org.

Apply now for basketball camp: Middle school students are encouraged to apply for one of 50 all-expense paid scholarships to attend basketball camp this summer.

Boys may apply for the Roy Williams Basketball Camp June 21-25 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Girls may apply for the Wes Moore Wolfpack Women’s Basketball Camp June 23-26 at N.C. State University. EnergyUnited will award scholarships to two local students.

Applications will be accepted through March 31. Selection will be based on academics, extracurricular activities and an essay.

For details, visit www.ncelectriccooperatives.com/community.

Business/Careers

Davidson Village Inn celebrates 20 years: The Davidson Village Inn recently celebrated its 20th anniversary.

Local developer Ed Harris built the inn on the site of the Maxwell Chambers Hotel, a Historic Davidson property dating to around the 1920s. The 18-room inn opened in December 1993 under innkeepers Gordon and Rebecca Clark.

Davidson Village Inn has welcomed notable guests such as Heisman Trophy winner Bo Jackson, Nobel Peace Prize winner Oscar Arias and rock star John Mayer.

For information on anniversary promotions and giveaways, visit www.davidsoninn.com, www.facebook.com/davidsoninn or call 800-892-0796.

Lake Norman Realty welcomes associates: Lake Norman Realty recently added seven new associates to its sales team.

Shannon Hilton, Justin Kennelly, Paul Tyson, Jackie Munday, Diane Schnabel, Pam Larimer and Sandee Balise will work out of the Lake Norman Realty Mooresville and Cornelius offices. Details: www.LakeNormanRealty.com.

Former Wallace race shop sold: Don Moss and Grant Miller of Colliers International Charlotte recently sold 149 Knob Hill Road in Mooresville to Weber Screwdriving Systems Inc. The building was formerly the headquarters and operations for Rusty Wallace Racing.

Weber will use the 17,000-square-foot building as its headquarters and manufacturing center, bringing 38 jobs to Mooresville.

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