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HACC announces 2021 ambassadors

Special to the Enquirer  

The Hartselle Area Chamber of Commerce recently announced its ambassadors for 2021.  

Ambassadors are a highly visible group of volunteers who give their time to provide a crucial link between the Chamber, its members and the community, according to the HACC.   

Ambassadors help raise awareness of Chamber activities and benefits to members and encourage meaningful and beneficial participation in the Chamber’s programs and events. They also help to enlist new members in the Chamber and help new members be informed and involved.  

They serve as goodwill representatives of the Chamber at various community events throughout the year. 

The Ambassador Program consists of volunteers selected from within the Chamber membership. Ambassadors serve a term of one calendar year, beginning in January of each year.  

The following people have been selected to serve as Chamber ambassadors for the upcoming term:  

Jennifer WilliamsKiwanis/Junior League 

Nikki TallentHabitat for Humanity of Morgan County 

Andrea HatfieldInline Electric 

Jenny DentonHabitat for Humanity of Morgan County 

Jamie BatesJamie Bates & Associates Allstate 

Gage CrowderMutual of Omaha Mortgage 

Nancy Busby Solberg209 RR St SW Yardsale 

Anna BakerTennessee Valley Media  

Micah RigoniCountry Financial 

Elizabeth FooteHartselle Family Dentistry 

Devan RigoniCerrowire 

Laura AdamskyBurningtree Country Club 

Laura WatsonHartselle Utilities 

Malinda Hall, Peoples Bank of Alabama 

Bethany VinsonAmeritek Document Solutions 

Kimberly LewisAngel Keepers 

Kelly McIntyreColumbia Cottage 

Donna/Jimmy WatsonHartselle First Assembly of God 

Erin Elledge BurlesonHartselle Farmer’s Market 

Debra WatsonDaystar Church 

Dena NagelJourneys by Design Travel and Tours 

Emily SmithHannah’s Lawn and Landscape Service 

The HACC will continue to recognize three ambassador emeriti, as well, who remain on the roster and serve at-will indefinitely: 

Bettye EnglishHartselle Historical Society 

Sandy Johnson 

Larry Murphree 

A few spots remain on the 2021 roster, and the HACC will offer one more information session, Jan. 8 at 11:30 am. Those interested in serving as ambassadors for 2021 can register online or call the chamber at 256-773-4370. 

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