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JULY 2019

CHAMBER CENTRAL

A PUBLICATION OF THE WESTMORELAND COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

More than 90 state and local chamber representatives from across the Commonwealth gathered in Harrisburg on June 4 for the 2019 Chamber Day at the State Capitol. The annual event is co-hosted by the PA Chamber of Business and Industry and the Pennsylvania Association of Chamber Professionals during one of the busiest times of the year in the Capitol, as state elected officials work to finalize the 2019-20 budget. The event provides a forum for constructive dialogue between local chamber officers and policymakers on key issues important to the state’s business community and the best ways to improve the Commonwealth’s business climate.

voice resonates when speaking about the interests of small and large companies across a myriad of industries. Policy makers and elected officials from Westmoreland County, Harrisburg, and Washington D.C. look to the Westmoreland County Chamber for an unvarnished, non-partisan assessment of what is important to our business community.”

credo ‘Issues Not People.’ We believe that no matter what one’s political affiliation, responsible citizens from all walks of life want better paying jobs, stronger schools, sound infrastructure, safe neighborhoods, preservation of natural resources, accountable leadership, and efficient government. The Chamber takes on the mission of convening the right people to tackle issues head on as a way to make our “In short, The Westmoreland County Chamber community a better place to live, learn, work, supports pro-business regulations and legislashop, and play.” “The Westmoreland County Chamber of Com- tion that we believe will make for a better merce works on behalf of its member compa- business climate without compromising the “As a prime sponsor of Chamber Day in Harrisnies to advocate for a healthier, more comhealth, safety, and well-being of the communi- burg, we are proud to interact with elected petitive business climate,” said Chad Amond, ties we serve,” Amond continues. “We take a officials, state leaders, and other Chambers to President & CEO of the Westmoreland County common sense approach to identifying remake Westmoreland County, and all of the Chamber of Commerce. “As the largest busiforms and legislation that underscore our Commonwealth, a better place,” Amond conness association in Westmoreland County – continued commitment to advance economic cludes. and as one of the largest Chambers in all of growth across Westmoreland County. We are See Chamber Day • Page 3 the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania – our a non-partisan organization that acts on the THE WESTMORELAND COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE RECOGNIZES FOTORECORD PRINT CENTER AS THE “OFFICIAL PRINTER” OF THE CHAMBER CENTRAL NEWSLETTER. WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICES.

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WOMEN OF WESTMORELAND LUNCHEON Thursday, July 11 11:30 AM—1:15 PM Greensburg Country Club 309 Pleasant Valley Road, Jeannette

network. grow. learn.

Join us for our Women of Westmoreland Luncheon where we will welcome representatives from the following 4 local non-profits. Find out more about what they do, how they are positively impacting our community, and how YOU can get involved! • Action for Animals Humane Society • Angel Arms Infant & Children Recovery Homes • Our Clubhouse • United Way—Open Your Heart to a Senior

Register at www.westmorelandchamber.com

- JULY 11

8:00 am - Marketing Committee Meeting 11:30 am - Women of Westmoreland Luncheon, Greensburg Country Club

Monday, July 22 5:00—8:00 PM

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4:30 pm - Ribbon Cutting, Home Instead Senior Care, Export

Gateway Clipper Fleet 350 W. Station Square Dr., Pittsburgh

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5:00 pm - Mega Mixer on the Gateway Clipper, Pittsburgh

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Enjoy an evening of networking, food & beverages on the Gateway Clipper.

Tickets $45 | Register at www.westmorelandchamber.com


CHAMBER CENTRAL Michael T. Storms The summertime, what a wonderful time of year!! The steady buzzzzzzz of the Katydid chorus, the bass solo of the croaking Frog, the steady woof-woof-woof of a barking Dog - a summer night’s serenade: By - Michael P. Garofalo

Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce Board Chairman Director of Operations, Engineered Products, Elliott Group

In July our founding fathers started a nation. The Fourth of July is a holiday I look forward to every year. It is full of outside activities, summer fun, barbecued foods, and firework displays. In celebration of our nation's Independence Day, here are 15 fun facts and pieces of trivia from the internet:

until August 2, 1776. 11. The message "Original Declaration of Independence dated 4th 1. John Hancock was the only member of the Continental Congress to July 1776" is written upside down on the back of the Declaration of Independence. formally sign the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, 1776. 12. More than 14,000 firework displays are put on across the country 2. The Fourth of July was not declared a federal holiday until 1938. on July 4th. 3. The first White House Fourth of July party was held in 1804. 13. Bristol, Rhode Island is home to the world's oldest Independence 4. Around 150 million hot dogs are consumed on the Fourth of July. Day celebration. It dates back to 1785. 5. In 1776, when the Declaration of Independence was signed, 2.5 million people lived in the U.S. Now 243 years later, over 311 million 14. In 1781, the great state of Massachusetts became the first one to declare Independence Day a holiday. people live in the U.S. 6. The now American-celebrated song, Yankee Doodle, was originally 15. Macy's Fourth of July Fireworks Display is the largest in the United States written by officers of the British army to make fun of backwoods Americans. Every day as a Chamber organization, we continue to work hard, 7. Three United States presidents died on the Fourth of July: John grow together, and support each other to show our founding fathers Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and James Monroe. the results of their dreams, and possibilities, they cultivated 243 8. July 4th is also celebrated in the Philippines, because in 1946, the years ago. country was recognized as an independent nation. 9. In one year, $600 million is spent on fireworks alone in the U.S. From the Westmoreland County Chamber Board of Directors, we 10. Most of the signers of the Declaration did not formally sign would like to wish all of you a happy and safe Fourth of July. Chamber Day • From 1

The program featured several panel discussions focusing on a wide range of topics, including workforce development; transportation and infrastructure in the Commonwealth; and community revitalization. Welcoming remarks were provided by Senate President Pro Tempore Joseph Scarnati, R-Jefferson, and Speaker of the House Mike Turzai, R-Allegheny. Attendees received an update on the status of state budget negotiations from the Appropriations Committee Chairs from each legislative chamber: Senate Majority Chair Pat Browne, R-Lehigh, and Minority Chair Vince Hughes, D-Philadelphia; and House Majority Chair Stan Saylor, R-York, and House Minority Chair Matt Bradford, D-Montgomery. State Treasurer Joe Torsella delivered the keynote luncheon address. In addition to the PA Chamber and the PACP, the 2019 Chamber Day at the Capitol was sponsored by the following organizations: Beaver County Chamber, Bedford County Chamber, Blair County Chamber, Central PA Chamber, Chester County Chamber, Fayette Chamber of Commerce, Greater Reading Chamber Alliance, Greater West Chester Chamber, Lancaster Chamber, Lebanon Valley Chamber, Main Line Chamber, Schuylkill Chamber, Western Chester County Chamber, Westmoreland County Chamber, and Wyoming County Chamber.

L to R: Chad Amond, Westmoreland County Chamber; Scott Harshman, Port of Pittsburgh Commission; Briana Tomack, Greater Latrobe-Laurel Valley Chamber; Senator Kim Ward; Charlie Frederickson, BF U-Knight; Walt Henry


& DreamLife Recovery hosted a Grand Opening celebration on May 16 in Donegal. They offer personalized, state-of-the-art substance abuse treatment for adult men and women. As one of the newest and most advanced rehab facilities in PA, they offer addiction treatment services for those seeking recovery from substance abuse, alcohol abuse, and dual diagnosis. DreamLife Recovery sets the standard in real, permanent, individualized recovery solutions. Find out more at www.dreamliferecovery.com.

Dwight Brown cut the ceremonial ribbon on May 31 to celebrate the grand opening of Good Sounds in Scottdale. As the owner/operator, Dwight has over fifteen years of experience in sound system design, installation, and sound reproduction in the Greensburg, Pittsburgh and surrounding areas. He has built a stellar reputation for quality, excellence, and customer service. His clients receive custom designed, state of the art audio/ video systems that are innovative, reliable, and reflective of the highest standards in the industry.

Val Paulisick cut the ribbon at Rewind-Reuse Center & Workshop on June 7 in Export, surrounded by family, friends and volunteers. This volunteer-based organization provides workshops to persons of all ages and abilities using recycled, reused, and natural items. The center allows persons to tinker, spark creativity, and personalize their experiences. Volunteers and donations offer time and supplies to achieve positive goals and create projects. Visit www.rewindreusecenter.org for events, featured artists, pop-up workshops and more.

Staff Members at pheple FCU were thrilled to cut the ribbon at their new branch location in Penn Township on June 12. On September 24, 2018, Westmoreland Community Federal Credit Union changed its name to pheple FCU. People helping people. That is what the credit union was about, is about, and will always be about. They still hold strong to the same values and offer the same great products and services to each and every member. As they continue to progress, they invite you to come along on the journey.

ď‚ŤSubmit Member Moves & Milestones content to tricia@westmorelandchamber.com


144 golfers teed up for a fun-filled day at the Ligonier Country Club on June 3. The 2019 Golf Classic was an incredible success thanks to our enthusiastic committee, 22 dedicated volunteers, 25 generous sponsors, and of course our golfers. Thank You for supporting the Chamber!

THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS! Eagle: Highmark/Allegheny Health Network Birdie: Creenan & Baczkowski, PC, UPMC East/UPMC Health Plan Par: Cintas Corporation, Elliott Group, Excela Health, First National Bank, Graham Insurance Group, Guardian Construction, NexTier Bank, PNC Bank, Redstone, S&T Bank, Standard Bank, West Penn Power/First Energy, Westmoreland County IDC Beverage Cart: A&S Indoor Pistol Range, Carlow University, Keystone Benefits Group Bloody Mary Bar: Integrity Retirement Solutions Driving Range: Ramada Hotel & Conference Center, Somerset Trust Company Hole-In-One: C. Harper Auto Group Lunch: Chick-fil-A Eastgate Plaza Putting Contest: Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Somerset Trust Company


CHAMBER CENTRAL

CAROL PALCIC Meet our Member Spotlight for July: Carol Palcic, Development Director for CASA of Westmoreland. CASA of Westmoreland (Court Appointed Special Advocates) is a volunteer-based organization providing a voice in the courts on behalf of abused and neglected children in Westmoreland County. CASA assists the courts to ensure the child’s placement in a safe, permanent and nurturing home. As Development Director, Carol’s responsibilities include fundraising, donor cultivation and event planning, as well as fostering community involvement throughout Westmoreland County. CASA was initiated by a group of community members, led by Family Court Judge Christopher Feliciani, who recognized the need for a CASA program to advocate for the most vulnerable members of Westmoreland County’s community. With support from the Westmoreland County Commissioners and many community members, CASA of Westmoreland was incorporated in 2006 and recognized as a 501 (c) 3 organization, and opened its doors to start advocating for children in 2007. Each year CASA serves between 185 and 200 children through 75 advocate volunteers, but so many more are needed. CASA empowers everyday citizens to become officers of the court. What does Carol enjoy most about being involved with the Chamber? She explains, “Being involved with the Westmoreland County Chamber has afforded me the opportunity to meet some really wonderful individuals. The Chamber provides networking opportunities that have led to valuable community relationships/partnerships through programs and events to further promote the CASA mission. The Westmoreland County Chamber provides the resources in order to expand on CASA’s valuable community resource.” When she’s not working, Carol enjoys traveling with her family and exploring places she has never been. She also enjoys reading, cooking, entertaining, and spending time with family and friends. She also serves as Mayor of Southwest Greensburg. Find out more at www.westmorelandCASA.org.

Your Next Staff Meeting Could Be Original If your company has staff meetings, you know all too well how quickly these regular meetings can become boring, unproductive, and a real drag on employee morale. The good news is that with a little creativity, you can transform your typical meetings into original, exciting events that deliver real results for your business. Here's some tips you can use to make your next meeting more productive and original:

Try Standing Up With the growing awareness about the health hazards of sitting for long periods, more and more companies are looking for ways to get their employees out of their chairs while on the job - that's why standing meetings are quickly becoming the norm at a number of companies. Making the switch to standing meetings can not only give your employees a health boost, but it can also cut the amount of time spent in meetings by 25 percent, studies show. Standing during meetings can also help to eliminate typical distractions, such as the temptation to use a handheld electronic device, which in turn can make the meetings more productive.

Change The Venue Another way to make your next meeting more original is to get outside of the boardroom and head to another venue, whether that's a different office, coffee shop, or local park. Switching up the routine by meeting somewhere that's out of the norm is a great way to reset your staff team and give everyone a much-needed change in their daily work lives. If your company budget allows, consider holding a meeting at a local restaurant - many have private rooms that can be blocked off for events. Another option is to blend your meeting with a teambuilding event like a game of mini-golf, bowling, or other fun activity.

Bring In A Guest Guest speakers can add a fresh perspective, transforming your typical meeting into an event. Look for guests who your team might not normally have the chance to meet in person, such as a supplier who you only speak with on the phone, or a customer who uses your products or services on a regular basis.


CHAMBER CENTRAL Inspired Women Paying it Forward Joy Klohonatz 1139 Chaucer Drive Greensburg, PA 15601 724-331-3335 www.inspiredwomen.com Not for Profit

Jamie Cordial Hall Foundation Defenders Armory

Echo Strategies

Tom Plaitano 6466 State Route 30, Suite 41 Jeannette, PA 15644 724-374-5850 www.defendersarmory.com Firearms, Accessories & Shooting Range

Louis Musante 240 East Main Street Ligonier, PA 15658 412-999-4598 Business Coaches, Consultants, Speakers, Authors

Douglas Education Center Kevin Fear 130 7th Street Monessen, PA 15062 724-684-3684 www.dec.edu Colleges, Universities, Tech Schools & Career Services

E & D Company HVAC, LLC Chelsea Grippo 732 Lloyd Avenue Latrobe, PA 15650 724-537-8612 www.edgeothermal.com Plumbing, HVAC, Electrical

Extreme Shale Performance LLC Joshua Harris 125 Theobold Avenue, Bldg. 1 Greensburg, PA 15601 814-688-7956 www.xsperformancellc.com Drilling & Mining

Hampton Inn & Suites— New Stanton Heather Bianchi 120 Bair Boulevard New Stanton, PA 15672 724-755-4260 Accommodations

Dale Cordial, PT 13 Sassafras Lane Greensburg, PA 15601 412-817-2570 www.jchfoundation.com Not for Profit

The Alternative Board of Directors Sigi Loya 1207 Parkview Boulevard Pittsburgh, PA 15217 412-606-3021 www.tabpittsburgh.com Business Coaches, Consultants, Speakers, Authors

White Deer Run Treatment Network Jayme White 2500 Jane Street, 2nd Floor Pittsburgh, PA 15203 412-225-2296 Psychologists & Counseling Services


CHAMBER CENTRAL 2019 Board of Directors

Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce

Michael Storms - Elliott Group (Chair) Christina Jansure - Jeannette Specialty Glass (Vice Chair) Bradley Roth - Kattan Ferretti Financial (Treasurer) Ron Ott - University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg (Secretary)

241 Tollgate Hill Road | Greensburg, PA 15601 Phone: 724-834-2900

PRSRT STD U.S. POSTAGE PAID GREENSBURG, PA PERMIT NO. 123

Linda Dickson - Redstone Presbyterian SeniorCare Chrissy Ferree - Chroma Technology Solutions Walt Henry - THE pt GROUP Physical Therapy Michelle Ivill - Vale Vista Associates John Kline - Standard Bank Sherry Magretti-Hamilton - Westmoreland County Register of Wills Jeffrey McDonald - West Penn Power/First Energy Gabe Monzo - Westmoreland County Airport Authority Ann Nemanic - Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau Dennis O’Hara - Guardian Construction Management Dr. Gennaro “Jamie” Piraino Jr. - Franklin Regional School District Jason Rigone - Westmoreland County Industrial Development Corporation James Smith - Economic Growth Connection Dr. Tuesday Stanley - Westmoreland County Community College Jessica Urbanik - GOAL Magazine Paul Ward - Kennametal *Michael Egan - CBL Associates/Westmoreland Mall *Bill Ferri - Ferri Pharmacy *Tony Vecchio - Coldwell Banker * Ex-officio member

Solicitor James Creenan - Creenan & Baczkowski, PC

Chamber Staff Chad Amond - President & CEO Courtney Guerrieri - Director of Membership Services Joanne Pearson - Director of Operations Tricia Thomas - Director of Communications & Event Planning Grace Markum - Leadership Westmoreland Facilitator/Consultant

Building Business. Connecting Communities. Empowering Everyone.


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SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES SHARPSHOOTER: $850

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July 4, 5, 6 & 7 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Thursday—Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Sunday

Twin Lakes Park, Greensburg 724-834-7474

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Jeff Jimerson & Airborne

Bluffett

Tartan Terrors

Dancing Dream

Jimmy Buffett Tribute

Celtic/Rock

ABBA Tribute Band

Friday 7/5, 7:00-8:30

Saturday 7/6, 7:00-8:30

Thursday 7/4, 6:30-8:00

BANDS WILL PLAY TILL 8:30, SOME BOOTHS WILL REMAIN OPEN

FREE ADMISSION 

200 + Hand Crafted Artist Market Booths

Fine Art & Photography Exhibition

40 + Ethnic Food Booths

Art Demonstrations

4 Stages of Performing Artists

Strolling Entertainers

Children’s Activities

Book Signings

Heritage Presentations

Wine & Spirit Tastings

Silent Auction, Raffle Baskets, and More!

Designed by Erin Shrader

Rock/Pop

Sunday 7/7, 4:30-6:00

Shuttle Bus Locations: Saint Vincent College, Nicely Elementary School in Greensburg, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, Walmart at Greengate Centre Plaza

Thank You to Our 2019 Sponsors

Michael J. & Aimee Rusinko Kakos Robertshaw Charitable Foundation


Time

Artist

Stage

11:00 - 12:00 The Flow Band (Reggae)

Island

11:00 - 12:00 Adult Poetry & Short Story Awards

Laurel

12:00 - 12:30 Sweet Adelines International (Barbershop) Laurel

Thursday, July 4, 2019

Artist

Stage

11:00 - 11:30

Opening Ceremony

Island

11:30 - 1:00

The Wally Gingers Orchestra (Big Band)

Island

12:00 - 1:00

Allison Borek Tri (Acoustical)

Hillside

12:00 - 5:00

Canon Firing, every hour on the hour

Lake

1:00 - 2:00

Antolena Damico (various)

Laurel

1:00 - 2:00

Hanna & Halle Detwiler (Acoustical)

Hillside

2:00 - 3:30

Almost Sinatra

Island

2:00 - 3:00

Jeff Perigo & Friends (Acoustical)

Hillside

3:00 - 4:00

Julia Beck (Acoustical)

Hillside

3:30 - 4:30

Olga Watkins Band (Blues, Soul, R&B)

Laurel

4:00 - 5:00

Alan Getto (Acoustical)

Hillside

4:30 - 5:30

The House Band (Pop, Rock, Country)

Island

5:00 - 6:00

Kristen Beard (Acoustical)

Hillside

5:30 - 6:30

Patsy Cline Tribute

Laurel

6:30 - 8:00

Bluffett (Jimmy Buffett Tribute)

Island

Time

Artist

Stage

11:00 - 12:00

Mon Valley Push (Polka)

Island

12:00 - 1:00

Gary Pratt (Country)

Laurel

12:00 - 1:00

Chelsea Biehl (Acoustical)

Hillside

12:00 - 5:00

Canon Firing, every hour on the hour

Lake

1:00 - 2:00

Tim Litvin (Country)

Island

1:00 - 2:00

Grace Rusnica (Acoustical)

Hillside

1:30 - 2:30

Detention (Acoustical, Easy Listening)

Laurel

2:00 - 3:00

Lauren & Alayna Leoni (Acoustical)

Hillside

2:30 - 3:30

Hamilton Ave. (Classic Rock)

Island

3:00 - 4:00

Claire Bryan (Acoustical)

Hillside

3:30 - 4:30

Jane West and Joe Golden (Americana)

Laurel

4:00 - 5:00

Kynzie Webb (Acoustical)

Hillside

4:30 - 6:00

Bad Boys Blues Band (Blues, Classic Rock)

Island

5:00 - 6:00

Jared Pacuilli (Acoustical)

Hillside

6:00 - 7:00

Westmoreland Symphonic Sampler

Laurel

7:00 - 8:30

Tartan Terrors (Celtic)

Island

Sunday, July 7, 2019

Friday, July 5, 2019

Time

Saturday, July 6, 2019

Exclusive Island Stage Sponsor

12:00 - 1:00

Youth Awards

Hillside

12:00 - 5:00

Canon Firing, every hour on the hour

Lake

12:30 - 1:00

Adult Poetry & Short Story Readings

Laurel

1:00 - 2:00

Andy Gregg (Country)

Island

1:00 - 2:00

Janie Wilcox’s Children’s Sing-a-Long

Hillside

2:00 - 3:00

Glitzando (Oldies & Standards)

Laurel

2:00 - 3:00

Janie Wilcox & Cameron Taylor (Acoustical) Hillside

3:00 - 4:00

Neon Swing X-perience (Swing, Jazz, Rock)

Island

3:00 - 4:00

Janie Wilcox’s Children’s Sing-a-Long

Hillside

4:00 - 5:00

Aubrey Burchell (various)

Laurel

4:00 - 5:00

Ashley Mullens featuring Greg Campayno

Hillside

5:00 - 6:00

East Coast Turnaround (Trucker Rock)

Island

5:00 - 6:00

The Whelming Waters (Acoustical)

Hillside

6:00 - 7:00

The Bricks (Acoustic 70’s Rock Classics)

Laurel

7:00 - 8:30

Dancing Dream (ABBA Tribute Band)

Island

Time

Artist

Stage

11:00 - 12:00 Denise Baldwin (Rock, Pop, Country)

Laurel

12:00 - 1:30

Caroline Keller Band (Country, Americana)

Island

12:00 - 1:00

No Assembly Required (Acoustical)

Hillside

12:00 - 4:00

Canon Firing, every hour on the hour

Lake

1:00 - 2:00

Janie Wilcox’s Children’s Sing-a-Long

Hillside

1:30 - 2:30

Supper Break String Band

Laurel

2:00 - 3:00

Joey Young (Acoustical)

Hillside

2:30 - 3:30

Word of Life Choir & Children’s Choir

Island)

3:00 - 4:00

Janie Wilcox’s Children’s Sing-a-Long

Hillside

3:30 - 4:30

The Vandells (60’s and 70’s Rock)

Laurel

4:30 - 6:00

Jeff Jimerson & Airborne (Rock/Pop)

Island

Profile for Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce

Chamber Central Newsletter July 2019  

Chamber Central Newsletter July 2019