The Central Fort Bend Chamber’s monthly networking Breakfast in the Bend was held on August 1st and was hosted at Supreme Memory Care, Needville, Texas. Kenny Chao, Region 1 Manager of Fort Bend County Libraries, shared how small business owners and individual professionals can utilize their online resources to benefit their businesses.
Kenny Chao is a big believer in his work’s mission statement, “Bringing people, information and ideas together to enrich lives, expand minds, and strengthen our diverse community”. The Fort Bend County Libraries’ mission statement is what drives Kenny and the rest of his staff at the George Memorial Library to faithfully serve the patrons of the County. The Breakfast in the Bend attendees were amazed to learn about the incredible resources the Fort Bend County Libraries website has to offer. For more information on the Fort Bend County Libraries, please visit: http://www.fortbend.lib.tx.us/
Elizabeth Williams, Director of Supreme Memory Care, welcomed guests and explained Supreme Memory Care’s philosophy, “We strive to provide everything our residents need to live fulfilling lives, whether it’s social activities for those with memory issues or just getting those who are new to our family involved”. Supreme Memory Care is licensed for memory care, welcoming Alzheimer’s and dementia patients to a safe, secure abode. For more information on Supreme Memory Care, please visit: www.supremememorycare.com
The Central Fort Bend Chamber is a 106 year old non-profit membership organization dedicated to creating a strong local economy where businesses can prosper. The Central Fort Bend Chamber advocates for over 1,000 local businesses led by a volunteer board of directors who are dedicated to sustaining Fort Bend County’s quality of life, and keeping our community and economy vibrant.
For more information on the Chamber or its programs, call 281-342-5464 or visit www.CFBCA.org.