Abilene Black Chamber of Commerce Hosts Networking Hour

Abilene Black Chamber of Commerce Hosts Networking Hour

By Floyd Miller

 

 

 

Chamber President Hester Woods-Nixon is pointing out some of the advantages of being a member of the Abilene Black Chamber of Commerce. Photo by Floyd Miller  Nelson Wilson and James Francis having a pretty intense discussion at the Networking Hour. Photo by Floyd Miller{{more}} Jocelyn Franklin, Dr. Morris Baker, Roberta Thompson and Neomia Banks are visiting at the registration table. Photo by Floyd Miller  Judy Wilhelm, Ralph Porter, Becky Green, Marilyn Miller, Neil Hall and Sylvia Leal was listening to a speech by Hester Woods-Nixon. Billy King was presented the Small Business Person of the Quarter Award. Photo by Floyd Miller  Billy King and Neil Hall. Billy received the Small Business Person of the Quarter Award from the Chamber. Photo by Floyd Miller Back: Leon Petty and Ralph Porter are involved in one conversation. Front: Jocelyn Franklin, Dr. Morris Baker and Paul Lewis are involved in another conversation at the Networking Hour. Photo by Floyd Miller  Jeromy Ray, Veronica Harris and Marilyn Miller are discussing the opening of Big Mama’s Restaurant, which is owned by Jeromy and his family. The restaurant will have their grand opening on May 12th. Photo by Floyd Miller