Carroll County Chamber STEM Program
On Saturday, February 26, STEM met for their second session. After an Engineering and Physics lesson, students created their own Rube Goldberg machines from recyclable items.
The first STEM session on February 12th consisted of an intro into Biochemistry, biochemical testing, and exploring Macromolecules.
The next two sessions are scheduled on March 12th and 19th.
Celebrating Carroll County Businesses
As Carroll County continues to celebrate its Bicentennial, the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce wishes to recognize and congratulate those businesses and institutions in our county that have been in continuous operation for 100 years or more. An example is Bethel University, which was founded in 1842.
“It is important to reflect on Carroll County’s great history, and, by recognizing these century-plus businesses and institutions, we are acknowledging their success in our county,” said Brad Hurley, President of the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce. “Small businesses are the backbone of any community, and they certainly are in Carroll County.”
Businesses will be recognized during the month of June.
If you know of any business that meets the criteria, please notify the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce.
You can simply let us know by calling 731-986-4664 or by emailing [email protected].