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may 2009

The Newsletter of the Waynesburg Area Chamber of Commerce Phone: (724) 627-5926 • Fax: (724) 627-8017 E-mail: waynesburgchamber@windstream.net www.waynesburgchamber.com

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    provide services and programs that will increase the success of member businesses and organizations and enhance the economy and quality

of life in the aynesburg Area.

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    remain a politically unbiased and enthusiastic resource to our members and the community at large.

general membership luncheon

PResentation oF tHe CHamBeR’s 2009 eduCational Fund sCHolaRsHiP

LunCheon Menu by FIre CaterIng BlackBerry Balsamic Glazed Pork loin, rosemary red skin Potatoes, sPrinG VeGetaBles, rolls/Butter, strawBerry and cream Pie with chocolate drizzle

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Wednesda , may 27, 2009 First Baptist Church • Fellowship Hall Corner of High & West streets • noon to 1:00 p.m.

R.s.V. . By FRida , may 22, 2009 • 724-627-5926 Cost Per Person $10.00

5th annual administrative Professionals day luncheon

Sixty-One guests attended the 5th Annual Administrative Professional’s Day Luncheon which was held at Rohanna’s Restaurant.

The event was sponsored by: silver tulip sponsors:

Save the Date!

3rd Annual

Greene County Business Expo

Thursday, September 17th First Assembly of God

Workforce Development Division

Bronze tulip sponsor: Mt. Morris R.V. Park

Centerpieces sponsored and prepared by: Waynesburg Prosperous & Beautiful’s Farmer’s Market Committee

The afternoon allowed guests to enjoy a nice lunch away from work, the opportunity to converse with other professionals, and the chance to shop!

Mrs. Lynn Mancuso-Mannning, former local radio personality, presented a humorous monologue titled, “Why Me, Why Now”. On the menu for the event was a chicken salad croissant, a cup of soup, fresh fruit and sherbert. Ten tables featuring everything from rhinestone jewelry to kitchen items were availalbe for guest to browse and shop.

Door prizes and centerpieces were awarded at the end of the afternoon along with nearly twenty Chinese Auction items donated by the Chamber, the vendors and other businesses.

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