Boyertown Area Progress Dinner features new faces within non-profits

The TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual Boyertown Area Progress Dinner on Thursday, March 2.

This year’s event will feature new faces within four Boyertown area non-profit organizations, presentation of the James K. Boyer Quality of Life Award and recognize Boyertown Area Senior High alumni that stayed within area businesses.

Held at LaMassaria at Bella Vista Golf Course in New Hanover from 5 to 8:30 p.m., the event opens with a networking and social hour followed by dinner while the students of BASH flute choir perform. The evening’s agenda will continue with a video, produced by BASH students, featuring Denise Pulgino Stout from the Boyertown Community Library; Ellen Martignetti from Building a Better Boyertown, Jocelyn Charles from Boyertown Area Multi-Service, Inc., and Amy Muzopappa from the Foundation for Boyertown Education.

TriCounty Area Chamber will present this year’s James K. Boyer Quality of Life Award to Berks County Commissioner Chair Christian Leinbach for his continued contributions to the community and the leadership and quality of life impact efforts he has produced for the Boyertown area.

The event is sponsored by platinum sponsors Community Health & Dental Care and Tompkins; gold sponsors The Body-Borneman Companies and Diamond Credit Union; and silver sponsors Bally Block Co., Fleetwood Bank, Global Advanced Metals, and Herb Real Estate Inc.

The cost per TriCounty Area Chamber member is $100; $900 per member table of 10; $200 per non-member; $2,000 per non-member table of 10.  Registration is required. There is limited seating for this event. To register, or for more information, visit The LaMassaria at Bella Vista is located at 2901 Fagleysville Road, Gilbertsville.

A membership organization serving businesses in southeastern Berks, western Montgomery, and northern Chester counties as well as the Route 422 corridor, the TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce’s mission is to leverage the power of membership to provide valued membership services and proactive leadership for the tri-county area.

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