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2017 Chamber Directory

2017 Directory Supplement

Last updated August 2, 2017.

Contains new members and updates since February, 2017.

Welcome New Members!

  • Swindell Dressler Credit Union - Diane Camerota, 412-281-6303
  • The Residencs at Whitehall - Wendy Jack, 512-608-1770
  • Promise Hospice - Lannette McWilliams, 724-515-5251
  • Dr. Sandy Och, Associate Member, 412-884-4189
  • Hot Dog Yoga, LLC - Helen Hughes, 412-652-6420
  • New York Life - Joseph Cornell, 412-392-3758
  • Stonewater Salon and Spa - Daryl Nath, 412-882-2000
  • Fetch Pet Care - Matt Hindes - 412-580-2528
  • Allstate Insurance Agency - Blair Bogdan - 412-655-3600
  • The Scheuermann's Disease Fund - Doug Strott - 724-436-1271
  • Caring Castle Childcare - Debbie A. Donaldson - 412-884-2400
  • Shields Embrodiery & Promos - Michael Shields - 412-531-2321
  • US Air Force Recruiting, Caste Village - SSgt. Kyle Gimbel - 412-881-1577
  • Liberty Insurance Agency - Gary Wobb - 412-412-571-5714x202
  • Wolf Consulting & Events - Louise Mancuso Wolf - 412-266-8334

 

Upcoming Chamber and Chamber Member Events:

 

September

  • September 3rd – Beer Bites & a Band Fundraiser for Brentwood High School’s F1 in schools’ team. 5-8 PM, at Crafthouse Stage & Grill, Legacy Lanes, Tickets $20, email Jennifer Hughes (hughesj@bb-sd.com)
  • September 7th – Chamber General Luncheon, noon, at South Hills Country Club, 4053 Brownsville Road, 15227, Guest Speaker: Updates from the Superintendents: Dr. Amy Burch, Brentwood School District and Dr. Randy Lutz, Baldwin Whitehall School District.
  • September 8th - Women’s Networking Luncheon, noon, at South Hills Country Club, 4053 Brownsville Road, 15227, Guest Speaker: Judy Vitale,
  • September 12th – Medicare / Medigap: Retirement Planning Seminar sponsored by John F. Slater Funeral Home, Inc. and Donnelly-Boland and Associates at Brentwood Library, 4:30-5:30. RSVP by September 8th to communityservice@johnfslater.com  (3rd in a series of four)
  • September 15th – “Honor in the Laurel Highlands” flight 93 Remembered Tour Sponsored by Whitehall Recreation and Passport to Pittsburgh. RSVP to Kim Adley passport2pgh@gmail.com
  • September 18th – 51 Corridor Communities Golf Outing at South Hills Country Club
  • September 19thHuman Resources (Third in the Small Business Seminar Series) sponsored by Donnelly-Boland and Associates, 4:30 -5:30 PM, 2801 Custer Avenue. RSVP to Matt at mfazio@donnelly-boland.com, 412.882.5383 x 1138
  • September 20th – Opioid Overdose 101: Presented by Prevention Point Pittsburgh, 7PM, Baldwin Library. Sponsored by Baldwin library and Kiwanis Club of Baldwin
  • September 23rd – Fall Festival at SW Health Care Center 9AM – 1PM, Arrowood at Southwestern, 512 Lewis Run Road. (Craft show, Pumpkin Patch, Free Cookout)
  • September 24th – Deadline for Rose Orders from the Baldwin Kiwanis. One dozen long stemmed mixed colored roses $18. Delivery starts October 19th. Contact Chet Maciwjewicski (412) 480-1955, info@baldwinpakiwanis.org
  • September 24th - Benson Lincoln - Driven to Give Drive Event- Thomas Jefferson Football Boosters Benson Lincoln Charity Driven to Give events are held at the appropriate high school

            on Sunday mornings from 9 a.m.- 1 p.m.    Take a 5-minute test drive and earn up to $30 per

            driver... all proceeds go directly to the event sponsor from Lincoln.

 

 

October

  • October 5th – Chamber General Luncheon, noon, at South Hills Country Club, 4053 Brownsville Road, 15227, Guest Speaker: Jim Shorkey, What’s Your Strategy?
  • October 6th – Komedy For Kids!, benefits the Children’s Free Care Fund, Crowne Plaza, Bethel Park. Tickets: $35, meet & greet – 7:00PM. Show, 8PM contact Sandy Swasey (412-833-3600), Howard Hanna for more information.   http://www.laughstub.com/events/493510
  • October 7th – Kiwanis Club of Baldwin Meeting, 10AM, Baldwin Borough Public Library, Contact Kristina Badali – 412-953-7776
  • October 8th - Benson Lincoln - Driven to Give Drive Event- Mt. Lebanon High School Wrestling and Cheer teams   Benson Lincoln Charity Driven to Give events are held at the appropriate high school on Sunday mornings from 9 a.m.- 1 p.m.    Take a 5-minute test drive and earn up to $30 per driver... all proceeds go directly to the event sponsor from Lincoln.
  • October 10th – Legacy Planning: Retirement Planning Seminar sponsored by John F. Slater Funeral Home, Inc. and Donnelly-Boland and Associates at Brentwood Library, 4:30-5:30. RSVP by October 6th to communityservice@johnfslater.com  (4th in a series of four)
  • October 12th – Social Security and Medicare: Rules, Opportunities and Pitfalls, Presented by New York Life, Brand Concourse, 5:30 – 7: 30 PM, Contact Joe Cornell by October 3rd for reservation: 412-418-5916, jcornell@nyl.com
  • October 13th - Women’s Networking Luncheon, noon, at South Hills Country Club, 4053 Brownsville Road, 15227, Guest Speaker: Anneliese Perry, MS, NHA
  • October 21st“An Autumn Adventure Tour”: The Barn at Soergel Hollow, Presented by Passport to Pittsburgh. 7:30 AM – 3:00 PM, cost: $57. Contact Kim Adley, 412-298-0409, passposrt2pgh@gmail.com
  • October 25th – BBW Chamber Book Club discussion of “Outliers: The Story of Success” by Malcolm Gladwell, 5:00PM, Crafthouse Stage & Grill, 5024 Curry Road.
  • October 28th – Annual Chamber Chili Cook-Off, Brentwood Park Civic Center

 

November

  • November 2nd – Chamber General Luncheon, noon, at South Hills Country Club, 4053 Brownsville Road, 15227, Guest Speaker: Chelsea Wagner, County Controller
  • November 4th – GBU’s “Operation Reach Out” packing day. 9AM, GBU Building at Rt. 51 and Brownsville Road.  GBU members and volunteers will pack and ship boxes for our service members overseas. www.gbu.org, click on “Operation Reach Out under the flying American flag. Contact Matthew M. Blistan (matt.blistan@gbu.org) 412-884-5100
  • November 10th - Women’s Networking Annual Holiday Bazaar Luncheon, noon, at South Hills Country Club, 4053 Brownsville Road, 15227.

 

December

  • December 6th - Budgeting (Fourth in the Small Business Seminar Series) sponsored by Donnelly-Boland and Associates, 4:30 -5:30 PM, 2801 Custer Avenue. RSVP to Matt at mfazio@donnelly-boland.com, 412.882.5383 x 1138
  • December 7th – Chamber General Luncheon, noon, at The Georgetown Center, Speaker TBA
  • December 8th - Women’s Networking Luncheon, noon, TBA

 

*Don’t miss upcoming events at the Boroughs Libraries!

 

Congratulations to our

2017 Education Grant Recipients

Emilee Jackson – Baldwin High School

and

Sandhya Adhikari – Brentwood High School

Grants were presented at our April 6th luncheon.

 

Updates and resources from your borough Librarians

At the January 5th Chamber Luncheon, each of the borough librarians listed their favorite fiction, non-fiction and classic books to read. They are as follows:

Jenny Worley, Baldwin:

Blackout - Connie Willis (sequel – All Clear)

Encyclopedia of an Ordinary Life – Amy Krouse Rosenthal

Wuthering Heights – Charlotte Bronte

Dennis Luther, Brentwood:

Shadow of the Wind - Carlos Ruiz Zafon

Decisive: how to make better choices in life and work - Chip Heath and Dan Heath

The Grapes of Wrath - John Steinbeck

Paula Kelly, Whitehall:

Wonder – R.J. Palacio

A Long Way Home – Saroo Brierley

A Christmas Memory – Truman Capote

Best Books of 2016

Universal Class Information Brochure

How to get the most from your library card!

Hoopla, OverDrive, freegal music! Brochure with instructions

 

The mission of the Better Business Bureau is to promote, through self-regulation, the highest standards of business ethics and conduct; and to instill public confidence in responsible businesses through programs of education and action that inform, protect and assist the general public. In this spirit, your Better Business Bureau conducts an annual awards program to gain public recognition for companies that maintain a solid commitment to conducting their business practices in an ethical manner. Each year, companies of different sizes are selected from 28 counties in Western Pennsylvania to receive the Torch Awards for Ethics.

Mary Ann Laudato                    Bill Egan                            Warren King

Chamber President          BBB Torch Award Recipient        Deputy Director, BBB

Congratulations to Bill Egan,CPA, PC, on receiving the 2016 Better Business Bureau (BBB) Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics in the small company catagory. Read more!

 

Women's Networking Holiday Bazaar Donation to SHIM

At our annual Christmas Holiday Bazaar and fundraiser for the South Hills Interfaith Movement Food Pantry, the Women’s Networking raised a total of $663.00. This event is always fun with opportunities to network, shop, and win prizes in addition to fund raising, and this year was the best! Several of the vendors commented on the genuine interest the ladies showed in their businesses. Thank you for your generosity, kindness, and hospitality.

- Dottie Coll

 

The First Chamber

Congratulations

Chili Cook-Off Winners!

Best Chili - Rowdy BBQ

Fan Favorite Chili - Sean & Mateo Hayes

Best Decorated - Virginia Weida & Chris Crompton

Thank you to all of the participants and everyone who came out to support this fun event!  Hope to see YOU next year!

 

 

 

 


 

 


 
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