Momentum Magazine April 2018 Edition - Page 3

CHAMBER NEWS MetroAction received a $500 contribution from The Honesdale National Bank, which will be used to support its small business lending programs. The Chamber hosted a Meet Up for Lunch at Olive Garden in Dickson City. The Chamber helped celebrate the grand opening of Cricket Wireless at the Marketplace at Steamtown. Ryan Hertel of Socialocca returned to the Chamber for a sold-out encore presentation of “Social Media Secrets.” The Chamber held a Meet Up for Lunch event at Schott in Duryea. The Chamber hosted “Confi dence and Cocktails,” an inaugural event in celebration of International Women’s Day. www.scrantonchamber.com • 3 The Chamber’s Government Affairs committee recently welcomed former Luzerne County Commissioner Tom Makowski. The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Greater Wilkes-Barre Chamber of Business and Industry, recently co-hosted a Tax Reform Seminar. Attendees heard about proposed tax reforms from a panel of local experts from Myers, Brier and Kelly; Drucker and Scaccetti; and Janney Montgomery Scott. www.scrantonchamber.com • 3