CLOVER -- Lisa H. Bell, PHR, Director of Human Resources of Jameson, LLC in Clover, was recently awarded the 2009 HR Professional of the Year for organizations under 200 employees by the York County Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management and the York County Regional Chamber on March 12, 2009.
Bell has been employed with Jameson since 1997. She serves as a board member of The York County Regional Chamber and a member of the York County Chapter of SHRM and is currently serving as President of the Clover Area Assistance Center.
Curves food drive
CLOVER -- Curves of Clover will participate in the 11th Annual Curves Food Drive to benefit local food banks during March.
Over the past five years the food drive has collected close to 50 million pounds of food worldwide. Curves of Clover is also waving it's normal service fee for any new member who brings in a bag of non-perishable groceries when she joins through March 28. Curves of Clover is located at 131 North Main St.
Anyone wishing to donate can leave non-perishable food items at Curves Monday through Friday during business hours throughout the month of March. Call 222-9893 for more information.
Catawba Region Career Fair
ROCK HILL -- The Catawba Region Career Fair Committee is seeking businesses anticipating hiring employees within the next six months for a career fair, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m., Wednesday, April 29, at Rock Hill's Old Town Amphitheater at the City Hall complex on Black Street.
Coordinated by the Catawba Regional Workforce Investment Board, the Rock Hill Economic Development Corporation and other sponsors, event organizers anticipate more than 1,000 job seekers attending the free event. There is no cost to attendees or exhibitors.
Exhibitors will be allowed to begin setting up displays at 8 a.m. the morning of the fair. Tents, tables and chairs will be provided, as well as coffee, juice, doughnuts and lunch.
Companies interested in participating must turn in a completed registration form by Friday, April 17. Forms and more information is available at www.catawbaonestop.com.
Students to be honored
CLOVER -- The Greater Clover Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the second annual Today's Students, Tomorrow's Leaders luncheon and first networking opportunity for graduating honor students from Clover High School on April 23 at River Hills Country Club, Lake Wylie.
The event will begin at 11:30 a.m., and will include a notable speaker from the area.
While the luncheon honors top graduating seniors, it's also a way to encourage local talent to return to their hometown area for employment opportunities during the summer months and following graduation from high school and/or college.
Tickets cost $25 each, with proceeds going to the chamber's scholarship fund. Student lunches are complimentary. Each honoree will receive a memento of the occasion and will be recognized for their outstanding academic achievement.
Call 803-222-3312 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Spend night with Knights
LAKE WYLIE -- The Lake Wylie Chamber of Commerce will hold Business After Hours from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. April 2 at Allen Tate office, 1000 Village Harbor Drive. The event is sponsored by Allen Tate Co., Christopher's Bar and Grill and Gala Affairs.
The theme is "A Night with the Knights," including an appearance by Homer and a dunking booth provided by TC's Amusement.
For information about the Lake Wylie Chamber of Commerce, call 803-831-2827. For the Clover Chamber, call 803-222-3312.