Erie Chamber Blog
Friday September 14,  2018
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Thanks to all who joined us for Connect 4 Coffee in September at EmergyCare, celebrating its 35th year!

A little bit about our host

This month, our host provided life-saving tips for CPR and provided reminders on what to do when you’re in an emergency. All attendees received a CPR Anytime inflatable CPR learning mannequin and CPR practice skills. EmergyCare covers 60,000-65,000 calls each year. Contact them for training for your company or organization.

Here’s just a sample of what we learned this month

  • New Chamber member, Erie Masonic Temple, was built in 1909. Rooms like the Grand Ballroom and Camelot Room are available for rent. Office space is available too.
  • The United Way of Erie County’s Community Schools provide strategies to remove barriers so kids come to school ready to learn. Current Community Schools are Edison Elementary, East, McKinley Elementary, Pfeiffer-Burleigh Elementary, Strong Vincent, Elk Valley Elementary and Iroquois Elementary.
  • Farmers Insurance offers discounts for 30 occupations, including teachers and educators.

Be a part of our next Connect 4 Coffee at the Erie County Bar Association, Oct. 9 from 7:30- 9 a.m. Register today or contact Steve Walters for more information.

TAGS:
  • networking
  • coffee
  • chamber of commerce

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