Pancake and Sausage breakfast starts at 9 am with egg hunt after. These Easter Bunny will also be on hand for photos, so bring your camera! Egg hunt separated into four age groups.
Breakfast is provided by The Lakes at Jefferson's award winning kitchen team.
Cost: Adults $6; Children 11 and under $; Children under 3 Free
Photo opportunity with the Easter Bunny and the Egg Hunt are included.
Tickets can be purchased at The Lakes at Jefferson, any Nugent Group Facility, or by calling 724-704-0039 x1409. Tickets must be purchased in advance, only a limited quantity will be available the day of.
Two part workshop to help you identify and accomplish what is most important to you.
Session 1: April 10
Setting purpose-driven goals
Prioritizing multiple opportunities
Building your personal plan
Session 2: May 8
Managing daily time demands
Clarifying urgent vs. important activities
Hosted by PHN Charitable Foundation and presented by Eagle Training & Development.
Cost is $20 per session or $35 for both. RVSP to Kristen Mild, 724-981-2875. All proceeds benefit the “Reaching for Success” youth summer workshop, a free program offered by the foundation.
Registration is from 10 am to 10:50 am at Family Video, and then the egg hunt will be at Central Park at 11 am (There will be a crossing guard to get everyone over there).
Heritage Days Committee will also be on hand with a Spring Cheese Sale beginning at 9 am. Cheese sold in 1 to 1:25 pound blocks. Limited number of cheese trays will be available. Check their website, Facebook or call 724-456-3180 for more information.
This is NOT a Family Video event, but a small group of community members who organize the hunt. If you wish to make a donation, contact Sam Iliff at 724-456-9292. They are looking for prize donations or monetary donations, which will go towards buying prizes and candy.
Sponsored by the Mercer Area Chamber of Commerce
Featuring up to 30 best restaurants, wineries and breweries in Mercer County.
Advance Tickets: $20 each / 2 for $30 / 8 for $100
At the Door: $25
Mercer Area Chamber of Commerce Office
The Lakes at Jefferson
Shannon’s Kandy Kitchen
Citizen’s Bank, Mercer
IXL Rehab & Fitness Center
Tom Jones State Farm
Giddy up & Join us for a Kentucky Derby themed evening of exciting live auction action.
Benefits the Chamber of Commerce and United Way of Mercer County
Table of 8: $350
Individual ticket: $45
Price include heavy hors d'oeuvres, signature cocktails, beer and wine. Dressy casual attire.
WILD is a national conference bringing together women for a day of inspiration, motivation, networking and professional development. There will be breakout sessions consisting of leadership and marketing workshops by community and business leaders from throughout the region. Breakfast and lunch will be served with registration beginning at 7:30 a.m.
With a 2019 theme of Inspiration, the conference will feature opening speaker Karla Wludyga, Executive Coach and Senior Management Consultant with PRADCO in Cleveland. Author and entrepreneur Donna Reese will be the closing keynote speaker. Breakout sessions will focus on leadership and marketing topics.
In a very special presentation inspired by our Legacy award, we will be celebrating the life of longtime Gannon University Small Business Development Center Senior Business Consultant John Snyder.
Tickets are $75 and are available NOW at our new website, http://www.wildconf.org. Now is a perfect time to gather a group of your friends and fill a table. It’s also a great time to follow us on Facebook here for updates and announcements.
Tickets are $35 per person and include everything you need for your painting, a glass of wine, and light hor d'oeuvres.
All proceeds benefit the Quota International of Hermitage's “Gutchies for Kidz” program. Providing underwear, socks and pajamas for school children.
Travel back in time to the Roaring 20s when secret societies gathered to escape prohibition. It’s all in good fun and you don’t want to miss it!
Includes live music, costume contest, dance contest, cash bar, heavy hors d’oeuvres, reverse raffle ticket, and more!
Interested in sponsoring the event? Call, 318-771-1283
All funds benefit the Greenville Symphony Orechestra
Sponsored by the Shenango Valley Chamber of Commerce
Registration: 8 am
Putting Contest: 8:30 am (cash prize)
Shotgun Start: 9:30 am
Golf Package: $85 per person includes 18-holes of golf w/cart, continental breakfast with mimosas; hot dogs at the turn; beverages on the course; participation gift & personal golf cart valet!
Once golf outing is complete, sit down lunch served at the club house followed by awards and a basket raffle!
Hole-in-One Prizes on par 3’s sponsored by Gilbert’s Risk Solutions
Mulligans, Skins, and Proximity Prizes
RSVP by July 6. Contact Shenango Valley Chamber, 724-981-5880 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Shenango Valley Chamber presents Prospering with a Multi-Generational Workforce featuring Kelley Ashby, of Kelley Ashby Consulting LLC, Youngstown, OH
Join us for a presentation centered around successfully working with and retaining a multi-generational workforce, plus interactive activities, lunch and a panel and special take-away information!
Tickets are $40 - register for free via eventbrite and the Shenango Chamber will invoice you! Sponsorships are available for $125 and include two tickets; mention in the program, social media, e-blasts, signage at the event and from the stage.
RSVP by September 19 or for additional information, 724-981-5880 or email@example.com
The Greenville Chamber of Commerce is hosting its second annual wine and beer tasting event, Grapes & Growlers.
Only 250 tickets will be sold for this premier event. Attendees will have the opportunity to sample some of the area’s finest wines and brews in this unique, casual atmosphere.
Click here to sponsor the event. Call the Chamber, 724-588-7150.
Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce & The Record Argus Presents
The 2019 Business & Community EXPO | Thiel College Rissell-Schreyer Dome
Saturday, March 23, 2019 | 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m
$1 Admission Fee
An event where local Businesses and the Community come together, under one dome. Not only is this event a great way to engage with local business leaders in learning what is new, but also a way to take advantage of some special EXPO Offers!
Job Fair Component! Businesses may also accept resumes/applications.
Thiel College is pleased to welcome the Dorian Wind Quartet for the spring 2019 Con Spirito performance. The performance is free and open to the public.
Thiel College’s Con Spirito Chamber Music Concert Series, which began in fall 2007, presents concerts each year, featuring top chamber music performers from around the world. The series was created in honor of the late daughter of Dr. Glen Johnson H'88, Thiel College Board of Trustees chairman emeritus, and his wife, LaVonne, generous friends of the college.
Health Care Today: Taking Ownership of Your Health Care
Health care is more volatile today than ever before and making informed decisions is crucial. Find out what today’s health care consumers should know and understand to make the system work for you.
Presented by Chris Wright, President & CEO of St. Paul’s Senior Living Community.
RSVP by March 4 to firstname.lastname@example.org or 724-589-4646
Sponsored by Friends of the Library
An artist will be on hand with step-by-step guidance.
All painting supplies are included in the $35 fee, along with wine and non-alcoholic beverages, food, a free gift and live music. Seating is limited and payment is due at time of registration.
Please stop by the library and register soon. Please call the library at 724-588-5490 with questions.
All proceeds from Friends activities benefit the library and its patrons.
Decoding the Challenging Behaviors of Dementia
Throughout the stages of dementia, a person can exhibit what caregivers label “challenging behaviors.” The anger, confusion, fear, paranoia, and sadness that people with the disease are experiencing can result in aggressive and sometimes violent actions. This session reviews strategies which are most effective in caring for people living with a dementia-related disease.
Presented by Lori L. Dierolf, a Certified Dementia Practitioner and a Certified Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Care Trainer with the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners
RSVP by March 4 to email@example.com or 724-589-4646
9:00 a.m. Registration; 10:00 a.m. race start
Proceeds benefit Primary Health Network Charitable Foundation programs
Event will feature a 5k and 10k race.
Price 5k: $25/$30.........Price 10k: $35/$40
Shamrock n' Run Event Features include:
Costume Contest for you and your pet
Exciting post race party with music and breakfast buffet.
Kids fun run and kids activities
Each registered participant will receive a commemorative event t-shirt. (while supplies last)
Identity Protection & Online Security: Business, Banking & Scams
Thursday, February 28
Kiefer Building at St. Paul's, 341 E. Jamestown Road
Presentation begins at 6:30 followed by a Q&A session. Topics include:
Online Security and Scams
Financial Abuse of Elders
Dave Spangler, Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Specialist, LegalShield
David Reeves, President, Reeves Information Technology
Dave Leyde, Vice President/Branch Manager, First National Bank
Reservations required: firstname.lastname@example.org or 724-589-4646
Celebrate heart month!
Sharon Regional Health System is hosting a free heart healthy community education program. The event includes free blood pressure screening and a discussion on heart disease, risks, prevention, diagnosis, and treatments.
Panelists: Phillip Painley, DO, interventional cardiologist; Sabeeh Siddiqui, MD, interventional cardiologist; and Jessie Jones, nurse practicioner
RSVP: 800-974-9634 or visit sharonregionalmedical.org/events
A black-tie gala celebrating the American Heart Association’s years of lifesaving work for Mercer and Lawrence county families. Our gala night of giving includes elegant gourmet dining, excellent entertainment provided by Chicago’s Frank Sinatra and Rat Pack Orchestra, dancing, and interactive auctions.
Cocktail Hour & Silent Auction begin at 6:00 p.m.
Dinner, Live Auction & Program begin at 7:00 p.m.
Dancing 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Proceeds raised will be used to fund education and research to help fight heart disease and stroke, the #1 and #5 killers in America, and childhood obesity.
Email Kelly Sobotka, Heart Ball Director, or phone 330-318-4467.
Presenting sponsor: Sharon Regional Health Center
This is the third of our quarterly meet ups.
After all who wants to attend another meeting?
· Create connections with other chamber members.
· Hear what’s going on at the chamber.
· Share what’s happening at your business.
This event is free, but reservations are greatly appreciated.
Sponsored by Mercer Area, Grove City Area, Greenville Area and Shenango Valley Chambers of Commerce.
Get the opportunity to hear from County Commissioners, Matt McConnell, Scott Boyd and Tim McGonigle.
Cost is $15. RSVP by February 1 to Mercer Area Chamber of Commerce, 143 N. Diamond Street, Mercer, PA 16137, 724-662-4185 or click here
Q&A follows a buffet lunch.
Are you missing out on the activities that you enjoy due to chronic knee pain? Find out about new treatment options including the use of the area’s only robotic assisted technology used for total and partial knee surgery—available at Sharon Regional Medical Center.
Featuring Steven Hand, DO, orthopedic surgeon. Dr. Hand will also be on 790 AM WPIC Radio on Tuesday, January 29 at 6 p.m.
Register by calling 724-983-3806 or online
Attend a free educational session to learn more about the Bariatric Surgery Program at Sharon Regional, led by board certified bariatric surgeon Sheetal Nijhawan, M.D. Sessions include information on obesity, a review of surgical weight loss options including benefits and risks, Body Mass Index, along with other information to assist participants in making an informed decision about surgical weight loss treatments.
More information. Register by calling 724-981-4561.
St. Paul’s Without Walls Job Fair
St. Paul’s is looking for honest, dependable, compassionate individuals to become Care Partners and Companions.
Join them as current employees and clients share their experiences about how Without Walls has changed their lives.
Two sessions: 10 - 11 am and 3 - 4 pm
Fill out an application and schedule an interview ON SITE
Fresh Grounds Coffeehouse presents free concerts in December
Wednesday, December 12, SAY (Shenango Area Youth) Chorus
Thursday, December 13, Greenville High School Jazz Band
Wednesday, December 19, Hickory High School Chamber Orchestra
Thursday, December 20, Hickory High School Chamber Singers
Visit their website for additional information.
Friends of the Greenville Area Public Library. All proceeds benefit the library.
Featuring an assortment of homemade Christmas cookies available for $6/dozen. Simply walk through and choose your favorites.
The first 50 people to buy 2 dozen or more will get a coupon for a free pastry.
Buy 3 dozen and get a free book.
Take a chance on a basket of “health” for the holidays or buy a vintage cookie tin while they last.
Enjoy a performance from internationally acclaimed virtuosic pianist, Alexander Gavrylyuk.
The series was created in honor of the late daughter of Dr. Glen Johnson H'88, Thiel College Board of Trustees chairman emeritus, and his wife, LaVonne, generous friends of the college. The home of the Con Spirito Chamber Music Concert Series is the David Johnson Memorial Chapel, dedicated in 2006 and named in honor of the Johnsons' late son.
Join us as we honor the Business of the Year, Business Person of the Year, and Service Organization of the Year.
5:00 p.m. Mixer with dinner at 6 p.m.
Members holding Builder membership level and above receive at least one ticket; however, an RSVP is REQUIRED by November 5. Additional guests are $30 each.
Note: Mentor and above tiers will be contacted regarding their reservations.
$90 VIP Ticket – 5:30 PM
Includes show, heavy hors d’oeuvres, cash bar, snacks, live music, show, and meet ‘n greet with the comedians
$35 General Admission – 9:30 PM
Includes show, snacks, and cash bar
This year’s event features comedians KC Arora; hometown favorite, Mark Riccadonna; and Joel Richardson.
Benefits Primary Health Network Charitable Foundation and Children’s’ Center of Mercer County
Presented by Heritage Days Committee
Admission by donation to benefit 2019 Heritage Days
October 26 ~ 8 pm to 11 pm
October 27 ~ 7 pm to 11 pm
The committee is seeking volunteers and businesses to set up displays. If you are interested, forms are available on their website.
SPECTATORS MAY ONLY ENTER THE PARK IN A VEHICLE. IF ON FOOT YOU WILL NOT BE GRANTED ADMITTANCE. YOU MUST STAY IN YOUR VEHICLE AT ALL TIMES.
Our region’s most gifted chefs will prepare luscious entrée samples, colorful hors d’oeuvres and rich desserts, rounded out by exotic coffees and libations.
This is a delicious way to support UWMC’s initiative of lifting families out of poverty in our community.
Tickets are $50 per person ($40 donation) and can be purchased on the United Way's website or by calling the office, 724-981-1884.
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CARPENTERS LOCAL #420
DIVERSIFIED FAMILY SERVICES
J.J. KENNEDY INC.
CHRISTIAN HOME HEALTHCARE
SENIORS HELPING SENIORS
DAIRY FARMERS OF AMERICA
MERCER CO. HEAD START
WHOLE LIFE SERVICES
MILLER BROTHER STAFFING
WINDSOR HOUSE INC
COMMUNITY RESOURCES FOR INDEPENDENCE
NORTHEAST INDUSTRIAL MFG
TRUMBULL COUNTY CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTE