Summer Insurance's Dale Mamele, left, and George Burk chat at the Newberry Chamber's business after hours event Thursday night at First Community Bank.
Fine Fencing's Richard Fine, left, and Prosperity Mayor Derek Underwood chat at the business after hours Thursday night at First Community Bank.
Newberry Auditor Donna Lominack, left, catches up with Billy and Libby Bedenbaugh at the business after hours held Thursday at First Community Bank.
American National Insurance's Benji Jackson and Ann Burch talked to chamber members and guests about their business at the chamber event Thursday. Jackson and Burch's insurance company were one of seven new businesses to the Newberry County Chamber of Commerce.
From left to right, Catherine Reid, Palmetto Graphix's Robin Thompson and Laura Mitchell talk at the Newberry Chamber business after hours Thursday night.
Ron and Joyce Vigus chat with people at the Newberry Chamber's business after hours Thursday.
Brandi Allen, left, and Suzanne Shealy with Main Street Bakery were one of seven new members recognized at the Newberry Chamber's business after hours Thursday at First Community Bank. Shealy is the new owner of the bakery formerly Cathy's Cakery. Allen is the cake chef at the bakery.
NEWBERRY —The Newberry County Chamber of Commerce welcomed seven new businesses at the new members reception Thursday night at First Community Bank in Newberry.
The reception was combined with the monthly Business After Hours.
The new businesses are American National Insurance Agency (Ann Burch Insurance Agency), Dee’s Family Restaurant, Foresign Benefit Solutions LLC, Sign It Quick, Main Street Bakery, Newberry Car Buffs and Founder’s Federal Credit Union.
Main Street Bakery on Main Street in Newberry had a change in management after Suzanne Shealy took over the business. The new signs are set to go up at the beginning of March and a grand opening is in the works for sometime in March.