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Cannabis Webinar
10/8/2020
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The Tenth Annual Corporate Awards Dinner
10/15/2020
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Horizon Community Connection Event
10/22/2020
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2020 Annual Meeting
12/3/2020
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Lunch & Learn
12/9/2020
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Eleventh Annual Circle of Achievement Awards Gala
2/11/2021
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Women Who Empower Awards Luncheon
5/6/2021
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Events in the month of August 2020
8/3/2020
John William Templeton co-founded "Black Business Month" in 2004 in the spirit of black history month, which was established in 1926, as "Black Business Week" by Dr. Carter G. Woodson. This was Dr. Woodson's way of presenting to the country the talent that existed within the Black Business sector. Moreover, it was also his way of demonstrating to society that blacks had the wherewithal to produce quality products and deliver excellent services in the marketplace.  The African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey  continues in that tradition today.



8/10/2020
John William Templeton co-founded "Black Business Month" in 2004 in the spirit of black history month, which was established in 1926, as "Black Business Week" by Dr. Carter G. Woodson. This was Dr. Woodson's way of presenting to the country the talent that existed within the Black Business sector. Moreover, it was also his way of demonstrating to society that blacks had the wherewithal to produce quality products and deliver excellent services in the marketplace.  The African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey  continues in that tradition today.



8/17/2020
John William Templeton co-founded "Black Business Month" in 2004 in the spirit of black history month, which was established in 1926, as "Black Business Week" by Dr. Carter G. Woodson. This was Dr. Woodson's way of presenting to the country the talent that existed within the Black Business sector. Moreover, it was also his way of demonstrating to society that blacks had the wherewithal to produce quality products and deliver excellent services in the marketplace.  The African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey  continues in that tradition today.



8/24/2020

AACCNJ GOLF OUTING GUIDELINES SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES


8:30 a.m. Arrival and Warmups
No registration, please report directly to your assigned golf cart.
Maintain social distancing on the range and practice areas.
Shoes should be changed at your car, as no clubhouse access is permitted.
 
10 a.m. Shotgun Start
 
Approx. 3 p.m. Post Golf Awards Dinner on the Patio and Deck

Food and Beverage
Boxed Breakfast ~ beverages available outside on the Clubhouse Patio.
Refreshments on the Course - Halfway House – passed between Holes #9 and #10.
Stationary Beverage Cart -  Location will be decided by the Golf Staff - TBD.
Post Tournament Awards Dinner ~ Immediately following round on the Clubhouse Patio and Deck.

Contests
All participants will be automatically entered in all Contests; prizes will be awarded for Putting, Longest Drive, and Closest to the Pin. 
 
Health, Social Distancing and Masks
Please do not come to CVCC if you have any symptoms or are not feeling well
Practice social distancing.
Masks are required inside the clubhouse for bathroom access.
Masks are not required but are required outdoors when social distancing is not feasible.
 
Clubhouse Access and Bathrooms
Clubhouse access is prohibited. 
Locker rooms can be accessed for restrooms only.
The Golf Shop is open with a maximum of 4 people at a time.
 
Golf Rules and Modifications
Scramble Format – please turn in your scorecards following the round. 
Bunker rakes and ball washers are back on the course and plastic devices have been removed.
It is recommended that you do not touch the flagstick.


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8/25/2020
John William Templeton co-founded "Black Business Month" in 2004 in the spirit of black history month, which was established in 1926, as "Black Business Week" by Dr. Carter G. Woodson. This was Dr. Woodson's way of presenting to the country the talent that existed within the Black Business sector. Moreover, it was also his way of demonstrating to society that blacks had the wherewithal to produce quality products and deliver excellent services in the marketplace.  The African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey  continues in that tradition today.



8/31/2020
John William Templeton co-founded "Black Business Month" in 2004 in the spirit of black history month, which was established in 1926, as "Black Business Week" by Dr. Carter G. Woodson. This was Dr. Woodson's way of presenting to the country the talent that existed within the Black Business sector. Moreover, it was also his way of demonstrating to society that blacks had the wherewithal to produce quality products and deliver excellent services in the marketplace.  The African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey  continues in that tradition today.




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