Celebrate Orange Uncorked Wine Week by supporting the wineries and cideries that would have been at our wine festival with a few local additions. All you need to do is go to our Orange Uncorked web site where they will be listed and linked. Check out any specials they may be offering! Here
Chamber Member Spotlight
Central Virginia Accounting and Payroll
About Our Firm
Located in Gordonsville, Virginia, we serve various industries located locally and in multiple states. We offer a wide variety of services tailored to each client's personal needs, whether your business is small or large. We'll work with you directly to establish a plan that best fits your business so that you're only paying for services that you need. Let us help you every step of the way, from start up to monthly and annual reporting.
Central Virginia Accounting and Payroll, LLC offers complete bookkeeping and accounting services to self employed individuals and small businesses. We have been providing these services for 10 years and have built up a strong client base of small businesses. We understand our clients' needs and deliver a personal service catering to the specific needs of your business.
Pay your employees with ease. We offer comprehensive payroll services to meet your needs from one to one hundred employees. We can handle everything from time tracking to payroll tax reporting and filing.
P.O. Box 134, Gordonsville, VA 22942
Virginia SBDC Business Recovery Resources
Greetings – as Virginia businesses and communities look forward to safely reopen, the Virginia SBDC network, and your local SBDC, have developed the Business Recovery webpage to help owners carefully plan for and execute their businesses’ new strategy.
These detailed guidelines cover a broad range of critical considerations. While business owners can use them by themselves, they were designed to ideally be used in collaboration with an expert business consultant in your local SBDC.
Reopening a business under current circumstances requires owners to make a careful analysis of the current situation, their capabilities, and goals. They must recognize how the market and customer has changed- the same applies to businesses that were able to continue operations. Additionally, businesses will need to calculate the new operating costs they’ll incur with additional safety measures. It might also necessitate owners to re-imagine their business concept.
The Virginia SBDC’s consultations have a solid track record of helping business owners through such considerations. SBDCs also have contacts in the local area that can help businesses make opportune connections.
Please share the Business Recovery resources with your businesses as your communities prepare to safely reopen in the coming weeks and months.
OCCC Curbside Bingo for Business
Support Our Local Businesses
1. Make a Purchase and take a selfie in front of the business. Support the business by ordering online, curbside or delivery.
2. When you get BINGO, take a picture of the card. 5 in a row, including diagonals.
3. Post the completed BINGO Card and all selfies
4. Email card and photos to us to redeem so we can enter your name in our weekly drawings of prizes. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By emailing us the photos you give us permission to post the photos on our website.
5.You can enter multiple times as long as you hit bingo each time. At the end of the month, a grand prize will be awarded and announced in the local newspaper. If COVID-19 restrictions are still in place we will keep the game going.
Montpelier Grounds to Reopen on May 15th
Beginning Friday, May 15th, James Madison's Montpelier will reopen our grounds to our members and the general public to enjoy. This includes the historic core, Annie duPont Formal and Oriental gardens, Madison family and enslaved community cemeteries, and walking trails. The grounds will be open Thursday-Monday from 9 AM to 4 PM. We strongly encourage you to purchase your pass online, prior to your arrival.
There are 3 purchase options to access to the Montpelier grounds:
Montpelier members always have free access to the grounds for the
length of their membership.
We are committed to the safety of our staff and visitors.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
*Orange County residents can access the Montpelier grounds free of charge.