PACP Announces Scholarship Winners 
We are excited to announce the following PACP members have been awarded scholarships for 2017:

ACCE Convention 
  1. Ben Eaton - Greater Wilkes Barre Chamber
  2. Gina Suydam - Wyoming County Chamber
US Chamber Institute - Pay it Forward Partial Tuition for First Time Attendees
  1. Georgina Cranston - Greencastle-Antrim Chamber
  2. Monica Walborn - Schuylkill Chamber
US Chamber Institute:
  1. Chad Amond - Westmoreland County Chamber
Sally Haas PACP Conference Scholarship:
  1. Fred Gaffney - Columbia Montour Chamber
PACP Conference - registration scholarships:
  1. Jodi August - Greater DuBois Chamber
  2. Cara Beemiller - Bedford County Chamber
  3. Bob Carl - Schuylkill Chamber
  4. Susan Hovanec - Pittsburgh Airport Area Chamber
  5. Kelley Keane - Peters Township Chamber
  6. Doug Keeter - Pittsburgh Airport Area Chamber
Juniata River Valley Chamber
Juniata River Valley Chamber of Commerce
Rhonda Moore, Executive Director
Lewistown, PA

PA Chamber
Lawsuit Abuse Reform is Needed to Improve PA's Business Climate  
Gene Barr, President and CEO
In addition to tax structure and regulatory environment, a state's legal climate is one of the leading factors that drive business decisions on where to locate.A fair and equitable legal system is essential toward ensuring swift justice and more certainty, which in turn attracts business development. But Pennsylvania has a long road toward achieving this balance.    
Indus Travels
Have you ever wanted to go back in time even for a moment? Imagine you and your Chamber group escaping on an enchanting 8-day meander down the Rhine River. Discover the magic as you pass castles, busy cities, and historic villages along the way. Join us for our  Holland & The Romantic Rhine Valley cruise! Dates for this trip include October 2017 / April 2018 / May 2018. For more information, please click here or contact Harish Shroff at harish@indus.travel.  

E-book - What I Wish I Knew: Success Stories from America's Fastest-Growing Companies  
Leaders from fast-growing companies discuss the power of mentorship and share insights that can help make your business more successful. Click here to download now, and share with your members!

Webcast - Productivity, Saving Money & Collaboration
Microsoft Improved productivity, cost savings, and collaboration starts with small business owners and team leaders taking a holistic view. This special presentation will take you inside a "real world" environment in which you can fully leverage the online tools available with Office 365 across multiple devices and platforms. Click here for the free webcast, and feel free to share this with your members

Central PA Chamber 
In 2016 the Central PA Chamber hosted their very first blood drive of which was a HUGE success!  Over 96 Lives were saved that day. Many business owners (Chamber Members) allowed their employees to leave their place of work to donate. A majority of the donors had not donated in decades. Chamber Members in the restaurant sector donated their delicious foods for the canteen at the blood drive; which the donors enjoyed greatly. The blood drive this week will again feature more delicious foods from Chamber Member restaurants and also FREE gifts to those who donate! The goal is to break the existing record of 96 lives saved!! The blood drive is Open to the Public and everyone is encouraged to register at www.redcrossblood.org with the Sponsor Code (Pachamber)
Eastern Montgomery County Chamber 
The Chamber is seeking a Membership Coordinator. For more information, please see the PACP Job Page
Greater Chambersburg Chamber 
Noel Purdy is no longer with the Chamber, and Amy Weibley is now serving as the Interim Executive Director. 
Mon Valley Regional Chamber 
The Chamber held a luncheon meeting on Tuesday, March 14 , 2017 at the Clarion Inn,  Rostraver Township, where the three commission chairs from Fayette, (Vincent Vicites) Washington (Larry Maggi), and Westmoreland (Gina Cerilli) Counties participated in an interactive panel discussion.
Pittsburgh Airport Area Chamber 
The Chamber recently hired Allison Franz as its new Communications Specialist. Allison is a graduate of Pittsburgh Technical College and graduated in the top of her class back in June. Upon her employment here at The Chamber she has helped to create different promotional pieces for upcoming events like the Mixers with Shakers Event on March 30 th  and the Education Series Seminars that will begin in early April and will go on throughout 2017. Although Allison has only been here for a short three weeks she has really caught on quickly and has proved to be a good fit for The Chamber because of her passion and drive.  
Wyoming County Chamber 
Gina Severcool Suydam, President of the Chamber, was recently named one of the Top 25 Women in Business