Jimmy Sheridan (top, far left) of William’s was one of two guides who took Leadership Wyoming team members (continuing from left) Ben Zeidner, Rick Hiduk, Brad Georgetti, Kimberly DeLeo, Mike Gomez, Justin Kostelanski, Kelly Langan, Alisa Shaffer, Bonnie Nemergut, Phillip McKeon, Diana Petlock, and Matt Swartwood on a tour of
The Leadership Wyoming 2017 (above) group met at the Dietrich Theater in Tunkhannock on Oct. 18 to discuss the importance of heritage, culture and tourism to the area. The event was sponsored by the Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau. The Dietrich Theater in Tunkhannock served as base camp for the Oct.
Leadership Wyoming team members participated in a two-day retreat at Camp Lackawanna on Sept. 20 and 21, during which they worked on team building skills with a number of local business leaders, including (above, far right) Edgar Warriner of Elk Advisors Group. 2017 Team members include (front, from left) Kelly
Nimble Hill Vineyards manager Jeff Zick (top, foreground) provides a summary of vine management as it relates to wine quality on Wednesday afternoon to the newest Leadership Wyoming team. Above, Penn State Extension client relations manager Mark Madden (back, left) welcomes the group to the Wyoming County Community Fair in
Chelsea English (above), marketing manager for ServPro of Wyoming County/Kingston Township, fields a question from a Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce member during an installment of the Chamber’s Educational Luncheon series. Members of the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce met for lunch at the Pink Apple Restaurant on Aug. 16,
Photo by Rick Hiduk Several Future Business Leaders of America members from Tunkhannock Area High School were among the participants of the Legislative Breakfast hosted by the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce at Stone Hedge Golf Club this morning. Key speakers included (seated, right) State Sen. Lisa Baker, (center) State
Tunkhannock Area High School business students (above, front, from left) Caitlin Nicodemus, Kira DeRemer, Alexis Mock, Jane Kircher, Angela Colbenson, (back) Christian Corker, Chris Jaskulski, Keegan Cook, Ethan Hoefert, and Tony Mastroianni and TAHS school-to-career coordinator John Shaffer were special guests at the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce Educational
Bob Brown of Woodstone Home Investments (top, front right) poses a question about cyber security to Tim Tewksbury of PS Bank (above, left with Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce president Gina Suydam) during an educational luncheon sponsored by the Chamber and held at The Warren Hotel in Tunkhannock on Dec.
The site of the former Lazy Daisy Alpacas store and Atty. Jami Hearn’s office at 28 E. Tioga Street (top) in Tunkhannock will be used from Nov. 25 to Dec. 18 by area businesses taking advantage of the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce’s Holiday Marketplace promotion. David Buck of Endless