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Events available for Registration...

Melbourne Regional Chamber Annual Membership Dues
1/1/2020 - 12/31/2021
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Legacy Leaders - 95-year Anniversary Campaign
1/1/2021 - 12/31/2021
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March Good Morning Space Coast
3/4/2021
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March Board Meeting *By Invitation Only*
3/10/2021
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Brevard County Chamber's - 2021 Tallahassee Legislative Fly-In
3/17/2021
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Women of Excellence
3/23/2021
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2021 Board Installation & Impact Awards
7/16/2021
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Events in the month of June 2020
DateEvent
6/2/2020
Small Business Council Meeting


Join the Melbourne Regional Chamber's Small Business Council for its monthly meeting and Networking Event! Designed for organizations under 50 employees, this event provides an opportunity for Council Members network, share information, and gather the resources they need to improve, grow, and flourish.

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6/4/2020
Good Morning Space Coast



6/9/2020
Space Coast Tourism Panel Discussion: Back to Business


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6/10/2020
MRC June Board of Directors Meeting (by invitation ONLY)

Please register to receive Zoom information. 

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6/20/2020
Green Gables Open House

After withstanding hurricanes, floods, and other storms for 123 years, this Forgotten Enchantress faces the storm of destruction for commercial gain.  Even though Green Gables committee has submitted to be considered for State funding to own the home, we must work toward repairing, stabilizing, and then restoring this historical Queen Anne style treasure for the South Brevard area.
                                                                                              
Why is saving Green Gables so Important?  The acquisition and restoration of Green Gables is not just about preserving an old house from the wrecking ball. It is so much more. Green Gables is the historic home of the Wells family, one of the generous benefactors who played a key role in the development of early Melbourne. Their vision and their generosity gifted the area with Wells Park and the first auditorium, the first library, establishing the first high school, and many more things in the community, all of which have been enjoyed by several generations. Learn more in the documentary, ‘Forgotten Enchantress.’ Visit our website:  www.greengables.org
 

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6/23/2020
Business Advocacy Committee Meeting


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6/24/2020
Blood Drive

Financial Cornerstone, Rockledge office is hosting a blood drive on June 24th from 10am-3pm

Includes Covid 19 antibody testing along with, blood pressure, iron count and cholesterol screening.
 


 

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6/25/2020
Smart Ways to Manage Remote Teams


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6/27/2020
Green Gables Open House

After withstanding hurricanes, floods, and other storms for 123 years, this Forgotten Enchantress faces the storm of destruction for commercial gain.  Even though Green Gables committee has submitted to be considered for State funding to own the home, we must work toward repairing, stabilizing, and then restoring this historical Queen Anne style treasure for the South Brevard area.
                                                                                              
Why is saving Green Gables so Important?  The acquisition and restoration of Green Gables is not just about preserving an old house from the wrecking ball. It is so much more. Green Gables is the historic home of the Wells family, one of the generous benefactors who played a key role in the development of early Melbourne. Their vision and their generosity gifted the area with Wells Park and the first auditorium, the first library, establishing the first high school, and many more things in the community, all of which have been enjoyed by several generations. Learn more in the documentary, ‘Forgotten Enchantress.’ Visit our website:  www.greengables.org
 

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