Pike Chamber's State of the County Dinner set for May 16


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— The Pike County Chamber of Commerce is holding its State of the County Dinner at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 16, at Woodloch Pines Resort in Hawley.

"The mission of the Pike County Chamber of Commerce is to support and accelerate our local economy through effective advocacy, business and leadership development, and professional community connections," said chamber president Jessica Black. "We hope you will join us at our State of the County Dinner to learn about important issues and trends which impact our business interests, our community, and our lives."

This is an opportunity to learn firsthand about Pike County's goals for 2019. Policymakers and business leaders from throughout the area will give updates on economic development, county business and initiatives, and tourism. The featured guest speakers will be announced soon.

The dinner is $55 per person. Several levels of sponsorship opportunities are available ranging from $500 to $2,000. For more information on sponsorship details email info@pikechamber.com or visit pikechamber.com.

The meet-and-greet starts at 5:30 p.m., with dinner being served at 6:15 p.m. and the State of the County program to follow.

For more information or make reservations contact the chamber office at 570-296-8700 or online at pikechamber.com.



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