Cooperative Christian Ministry’s Annual Business Breakfast, scheduled for Tuesday March 17th, is POSTPONED until later this spring when our local health advisories support community gatherings. CCM joins local, state and national leaders supporting the effort to isolate the virus that concerns so many. We recognize teachers, bus drivers, environmental services, food and nutrition, healthcare, human services and hospitality workers who are showing up for work every day serving hundreds of people. Many of these represent the working families served by the programs of Cooperative Christian Ministry.
We encourage prayers for all of these and for our leaders and health professionals who work tirelessly to address the current situation.
Ed Hosack – Executive Director, CCM
The CCM Business Breakfast is held in March each year for the business leaders in our community and provides the opportunity to hear updates from leaders who partner and support CCM. Relieving hunger and food insecurity, addressing homelessness, the housing crisis and keeping families together in their homes helps restore hope among those who struggle daily and is the mission of CCM.
Please join us:
March 17th, 2020 City Club at Gibson Mill 325 McGill Avenue, Concord
7:00am – Doors Open
7:15am – Breakfast
7:30am – Program – “It’s Your Business”
Chris Bowe, Senior Vice President, President, Northeast Market – Atrium Health
Dr. Crystal Hill, Assistant Superintendent/Curriculum & Instruction – Cabarrus County Schools
Doug Stafford, Principal – Griffin Stafford Hospitality
Chris Shoemaker, Corporate Community and Engagement