Erie Chamber Blog
Wednesday February 13,  2019
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The Masonic Temple Hosts February Connect 4 Coffee

We were thrilled to have the Masonic Temple in downtown Erie host our February morning networking event. Bill and fellow lodge members gave us a warm welcome in the stately, iconic building which was built in 1909 making it 110 years old. There are several rooms available for banquets and events. 

What we learned from some of our members:

  • Gracelia from Mosquito Hunters told us that because it has been a fairly mild winter, there will be lots of those biting buggers around once the weather breaks.
  • Geri from the Erie County Historical Society mentioned that the organization is 115 years old and had NEVER held a fundraiser! The ECHS has membership support that helps care for the priceless collections, provide educational programming, and preserve Erie's foundation for the future.
  • Erin, ED at Junior Achievement, noted they have a documentary coming out soon on PBS! Also, the annual Bowl-A-Thon is set for May 6-9, so get your teams signed up!

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Our March event will be hosted at The Schoolhouse. Registration will open soon!

TAGS:
  • coffee
  • business building
  • networking
  • connections
  • chamber of commerce

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