Posts from — May 2018

Social Media Advice: Representing Your Brand

If someone sees a post from your business on social media or visits your page, can they easily recognize what the business is and what you do? Like with your signage, merchandise, and other materials, your brand should be consistent on your social media accounts. Some ways you can do this include: Profile Photo: Your […]

May 31, 2018   Comments Off on Social Media Advice: Representing Your Brand

Chamber Welcomes Summer Intern – Heather Hondel

Heather Hondel joined the Chamber’s staff in May as our Summer Intern! Heather was valedictorian of Cranberry High School in 2017 and is now studying Entrepreneurship at Grove City College. So far in her studies, she has taken classes such as Lean Launch Pad, Marketing,  Entrepreneurial Mind, and Search Engine Optimization. Some of her interests […]

May 31, 2018   Comments Off on Chamber Welcomes Summer Intern – Heather Hondel

Meet Our Board–Cathy Kentzel

Cathy Kentzel has been serving the Venango Chamber as a board member since January of 2017. As owner of the Barnard House, a bed & breakfast in Emlenton, with her husband Paul, Cathy sees her role as directing some of the spotlight to the southern tier of our county. Originally from the Pittsburgh area, Cathy […]

May 30, 2018   Comments Off on Meet Our Board–Cathy Kentzel

Butler Memorial Hospital Ranked Amongst Nation’s Top 100 Hospitals

For a third year, Butler Health System’s flagship, Butler Memorial Hospital, is recognized as one of the nation’s 100 Top Hospitals by IBM Watson HealthTM, formerly Truven Health Analytics®. This honor acknowledges Butler Health System’s unwavering commitment to provide the highest quality healthcare to patients. The award is based on quality of inpatient and extended […]

May 28, 2018   Comments Off on Butler Memorial Hospital Ranked Amongst Nation’s Top 100 Hospitals

Won’t You be my Neighbor?

By Kurtis Bell, ServiceMaster by Bell Our region is known for harsh winters and blue collar residents calloused by this weather, but ask anyone “Won’t you be my neighbor?” and you will see at minimum a small smile begin to form. For over three decades, Fred Rogers walked through the front door, swapped his blazer […]

May 25, 2018   Comments Off on Won’t You be my Neighbor?