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Chamber Staff Attended PACP Conference


Tessa, Susan, and Kat traveled to Johnstown in October for the Pennsylvania Association of Chamber Professionals (PACP) Conference, hosted by the Cambria Regional Chamber. Chamber staff attended seminars, roundtables, and networking events where they were able to meet with other chamber professionals and share best practices and new ideas. This article was published in the Venango Read More…

Professional Development Tip: Being a Valuable Asset at Your Workplace


By Amariliz Sanchez (Clerk Typist, Clarion University – Venango) Being a valuable asset to any workplace involves many factors that affect us in the workplace as well as in our personal lives. Below are three tips to keep in mind that have personally helped me: Have a Positive Attitude Having a positive attitude attracts good Read More…

Chamber Advocacy Committee to Meet in December


The Chamber’s Advocacy Committee has not met in some time and we are ready to revive this group, with the goal to influence public policy, laws, and budgets by using facts, relationships, the media, and messaging to educate government officials and the public. In the past, this committee has convened meetings on transportation and blight Read More…

Drake Well Partners With Libraries to Provide Museum Passes


Drake Well Museum has partnered with local libraries on a Library Museum Pass program to increase access to and knowledge of Drake Well Museum and Park. Patrons of the Benson Memorial, Cooperstown Public, Franklin Public, and Oil City Public Libraries can now reserve a Drake Well Family Pass which will give the household free admission. Read More…

Clarion County Community Bank Welcomes New Manager


Lisa Renfrew has taken over as Branch Manager and Commercial Lender for the Franklin branch of Clarion County Community Bank. Cindy Elder, previous Branch Manager, recently retired after years of dedicated service in the banking industry. Lisa grew up in Venango County and now lives in Knox with her husband, where the operate a farm Read More…