HENDERSON, Nev. – The Henderson Chamber of Commerce is known locally, statewide and nationally for its strong legislative presence. To help demystify the political process for anyone interested in pursuing it but unsure how to go about it, the chamber will host its inaugural Campaign School from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, Dec. 15, at the Wildhorse Golf Club, 2100 W. Warm Springs Road.
Monday is the last day to vote in the Henderson Chamber of Commerce's 18th annual Small Business and Economic Development Awards.
There are six categories including, all in the family award, business on the rise award, customer service award, innovation award, outstanding community service award and outstanding nonprofit award.
An early episode of Aaron Sorkin’s short-lived “Sports Night” features a wealthy sportscaster agonizing over finding the right charity to help when his producer shuts down the debate.
“Get in the game,” she admonishes, teaching him that picking the perfect charity is not as important as simply helping anyone in need.
Henderson business owners looking to get in the game joined charitable organizations from throughout the valley at a networking event Tuesday night at the Eastside Cannery. The Henderson Chamber of Commerce put together the mixer to connect charities in need with business owners seeking to make a bigger impact in giving, especially as the holiday season nears.