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Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Mama’s Home Cooking Ribbon Cutting While the Name and Management has changed a few times throughout the years, the one thing that hasn’t changed at Mama’s Home Cooking is the homemade Southern Cooking you can find there. The Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated with new owner Brandi Beckwith with a Ribbon Cutting at Mama’s Home Cooking’s Open House ...read more
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Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Sherry Chairs and More! Ribbon Cutting The Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce was pleased to welcome Sherry Miller with Sherry’s Chairs and More as one of the newest artisans to Downtown Bedford. Located in the Electric Company 207 E. Depot Street, Sherry Chairs are custom, hand-painted chairs straight from the imagination of a talented individual. Her inspired brush will brighten and delight ...read more
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Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Support the Bedford Community Christmas Station - Sip & Paint FUNdraiser! Come on out and support the Bedford Community Christmas Station at a Sip & Paint Fundraiser! Location: 510 Blue Ridge Avenue, Bedford, VA 24523 Date: Saturday, March 4, 2017 (arrive 1:45pm, painting begins 2:00pm). Fee: $40 snacks, mocktails, and beverages available for purchase (proceeds benefit BCCS)!! (final ...read more
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Monday, February 13, 2017
Kevin Turner Appointed to Community Advisory Board for Bank of the James For Immediate Release Bedford, Virginia, February 13, 2017 – Bank of the James has announced the appointment of Kevin Turner to the Bedford Community Advisory Board for Bank of the James. Mr. Turner is a native of Bedford, Virginia and is Broker/O wner of Century 21 All-Service. He acquired his Broker License in ...read more
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Friday, February 10, 2017
The Issue In 2010, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act brought relief to businesses by limiting the ability of financial institutions to charge unreasonable debit card swipe fees on many transactions. Today, debit swipe fees average between 24 and 27 cents per transaction, nearly half what it was before Dodd-Frank. Unfortunately, some in Congress want to repeal this ...read more
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