Pizza Quick in Sylvester held their Ribbon Cutting this morning at their new location which is located at 911 East Franklin St; Sylvester, Georgia 31791. Pizza Quick prepared a scrumptious Pizza Buffet for all attendees. The buffet included Bacon Cheddar Ranch Pizza on a Garlic Italian Crust, Chicken Alfredo Pizza on a Garlic Italian Crust, Pepperoni Pizza with Extra Cheese on a Garlic Butter Crust, Veggie Pizza on a Garlic Butter Crust, Cheese Pizza on a Garlic Butter Crust, and to top it all off with Cinnamon Sticks and ice cold Coke products! Pictured are:
Leigh Heard- Sylvester-Worth County Chamber of Commerce Jean Brooks- Chamber Director Sarah McCrary - Chamber Director Jaki Johnson - Sylvester-Worth County Chamber of Commerce Bill Settle - WCSS Superintendent Justin Judy - I.T. Director for WCSS Frankie Carroll - WCSS Athletic Director Amanda Parr - Southwest Georgia Bank Branch Manager Virginia Accord - Worth County Probate Judge Paul Hill - Pizza Quick Francis Keaton - Vintage Nest Carol Overton - Vintage Nest Jack Colby - City of Sylvester; City Manager John McPhaul - BFHS Shelly McPhaul - BFHS Debbie Bridges - Retiree Member of the Chamber of Commerce Karen Singletary - Main Street Director Cristy Gaughf - Century 21 Paul Hill Jr. - Pizza Quick Bruce Walden - Coca Cola
(Photo credit to the Sylvester-Worth County Chamber of Commerce)
Note from Chamber Government Committee Chair Becky Geer:
Early Voting has started!!
Last week Worth County had a record number of early voters. It looks like we are on the way to having a record turnout for the November 2018 election.
Early Voting Schedule is as follows:
October 15, 2018, through November 2, 2018 Monday through Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
October 27, 2018 Saturday – 9:00 AM till 4:00 PM
Early voting is at the Worth County Courthouse located at 201 Main Street
VOTE IT IS YOUR RIGHT.....
WORTH THE READ! This video features Fred Dent, Chairman of the Worth County Board of Commissioners, County Administrator Carl Rowland, Tax Commissioner Tabetha Dupriest, and Sylvester - Worth County Chamber & EDA President/CEO Karen Rackley. The purpose is to explain the Ballot Measures listed below: November 6, 2018, is a general election. It will include five Ballot Measures. One of these is particularly important to Worth County. AMENDMENT 3 – “FOREST LAND CONSERVATION AND TIMBERLAND PROPERTIES AMENDMENT” Georgia Amendment 3, the Forest Land Conservation and Timberland Properties Amendment, is on the ballot in Georgia as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment on November 6, 2018. A "yes" vote supports amending the state constitution to allow the legislature to change the formula used to calculate the tax on forest land conservation use property and create a new land designation for commercial timberland and to establish a percentage of local grant assistance funding that could be retained by the state for administration. A "no" vote opposes amending the state constitution to allow the legislature to change the formula used to calculate the tax on forest land conservation use property and create a new land designation for commercial timberland and to establish a percentage of local grant assistance funding that could be retained by the state for administration. In the special election on March 19, 2018, there will be another ballot measure on the ballot for Worth County. T-SPLOST – THIS IS A SPECIAL PURPOSE LOCAL OPTION SALES TAX FOR TRANSPORTATION. For More Clarity please watch the video below (Video Credits Harvest Studio in Sylvester, Georgia) :
J. Leek Associates, Inc. was formed in 1990 as a technical services organization providing strategic quality assurance systems in the food and beverage industry. Our experience in analyzing food products spans the global market. From a humble beginning in Southwest Georgia, USA, our business has grown to include locations in Argentina, Brazil, and China.
JLA Argentina was formed in 1997 to meet ever-growing analytical needs in South America, followed by the creation of JLA China in 2003 and JLA Brazil in 2005. Altogether we have six Integrated Independent Member Companies located in these countries and the USA. Although they share resources, each one is its own separate company.
JLA was founded on Principles and Values that can be seen in the daily business transactions at each location. By specializing in origin certification, we believe in GIRBIS® “Getting It Right Before It Ships” ® . We use the highest quality assurance standards to assist our clients in meeting specifications before shipment.
As JLA experienced its first voyage into establishing offices abroad, it soon realized the great demand for origin certification worldwide. JLA Global was chartered as a parent company for leading the expansion while keeping the same Principles and Values. JLA worldwide now offers a full line of agricultural, analytical, and microbiological services, along with process and product development support. We provide services in agronomy, agricultural economics, statistical quality control, analytical systems, and food safety and manufacturing.
In January of 2011 JLA USA merged with the Institute for Environmental Health, Inc., (IEH), headquartered in Seattle, Washington. Both companies offer technical services for food safety with JLA USA historically focusing in semi-perishable foods (peanuts and tree nuts) while IEH has primarily served the perishable food industries (meats, fresh vegetables).
JLA USA and IEH serve others in this stronger organization by offering diverse capabilities and excellent customer service.
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Elections are coming up and we want you to stay informed about upcoming elections.
Did someone say "Art Gala?" Come out on November 2, 2018 @ 6PM on the back porch of the train depot to have a very artistic evening.
Join Unity Baptist Church on November 3, 2018 @3PM rain or shine, for their Annual Block Party.
Community Yard Sale! For more information contact Mrs. Diane Nether.
Help support your local Seniors by being apart of the Cake Auction. The auction will be take place Wednesday, October 31, 2018 @11:00AM
Christmas Open House; November 15 & 16
UPCOMING EVENT APPLICATIONS
Christmas Parade Application
Have an event? Post it Here......
The Sylvester-Worth County Chamber of Commerce would like to encourage you to submit all Worth County events to the Community Calendar on our website. We want everyone who lives or visits to know what is happening in our community. This calendar is open to the whole community. Churches, Businesses, Concerts, Civic Organizations, Fundraisers, etc...
We make every effort to ensure the events are posted, however, the best way to ensure your event is highlighted is to go to www.swcountychamber.com, click news & events, click calendar, and then follow instructions for submitting an event.
*This calendar is open to any event being hosted in Worth County or by a chamber member.