Chamber Happenings

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Chamber News

Ribbon Cutting

Friday, July 19th at 10 am

219 Elm

219 North Elm Street. Lumberton


*The 2025-2029 Chamber Business Directory and Buyer’s Guide will be published this year. Please contact the Chamber with any changes on contact, email, or address changes. Call 910-739-4750 or email us at ASAP.


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Community Events

47th Annual Kiwanis Golf Tournament

August 10 at 7 am – August 11 at 5 pm

Pinecrest Country Club

110 Nigel Drive, Lumberton


Robeson County Humane Society

Christmas In July Supply Drive

July 20th 8:30am -11:30 am

Food Lion -Roberts Avenue, Lumberton


Help your Airport Out!

Take 10 minutes to answer a few questions about the economic impact of Lumberton Regional Airport on your business. NCSU conducts this study for the Department Division of Aviation to determine the economic impact locally and at the State level.

Use this link to complete the survey:



Carolina Civic Center Historic Theatre or call 910-738-4339

Givens Performing Arts Center

or call 910-521-6361

Southeastern NC Ag Center-Home /Facebook

NCDA&CS Markets Division-Southeastern NC Ag Center-Events Calendar ( or call 910-348-6140

NC Cooperative Extension Classes and Events-

Cindy S. Kern

Lumberton Area Chamber of Commerce




The Lumbee River Electric Membership hosted the Lumberton Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors recently.  Jon T. Locklear, President and CEO welcomed the group and then attendees had a wonderful breakfast.  Daniel Leonard, CFO did a presentation and shared information about cooperative values and the commitment LREMC has to being a great community partner.  Then the group took a tour of the new facility.  Thank you LREMC for such a great event.

Painted sidewalk!

Scotty Thompson, Lumberton Chamber Board Member, recently painted the sidewalk artwork located in front of Adelio’s Restaurant.  Along with Scotty is Crystal Collins- Chamber Chair -Elect, Beth Hunt-Ambassador/Membership Chair and Chamber Chair- Debbie Branyon.  Thank you Scotty!


TNF Beauty and Fashion cuts the ribbon

The Lumberton Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for TNF Beauty and Fashion recently.  The new business is located at 1205 North Pine Street in Lumberton.  The business offers beauty products, wigs and braided hat wigs and clothes for men and women.

They also have a massage room.  Their hours are Tuesday- Sat 10am – 7pm.   

 Pictured L to R  Jason King, Assistant County Manager, Linda Branch, former Chamber chair, cutting the ribbon are Tonya Flagler and her husband Farron, Councilman Albert Douglas and Mayor Bruce Davis.

First Baptist Church ECM First Baptist Church


First Baptist Church ECM

First Baptist Church Lumberton, 7th and Walnut, has joined the Lumberton Chamber.  They have also  done a complete renovation of its Early Childhood Ministry facilities.  In addition to being bright and inviting, the 70 year old facility had a complete plumbing upgrade, replacing all water supply pipes enabling each classroom to have direct access to toilets and sinks, bringing it up to the most modern childcare codes and recommendations.  Teachers were given input to help choose colors and aesthetics so that they and their children are comfortable in the space.  

Additionally, the NC Pre-K space was renovated in the second phase of construction.  The NC Pre-K rooms are large enough to house twice the number of children which come to them, giving wonderful space for learning centers, and ample room for. movement and activities.  

Registration is ongoing, with slots available for 12 two year olds, 5 three year olds, and 10 four year olds in the fall.  NC Pre K applications are being accepted at First Baptist in the day care office and at Robeson County Partnership for Children, 210 E. 2nd Street.