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July 12 GBCC Luncheon

No matter what you may have been told, LUNCH is the most important meal of the day – but only when it’s a lunch with your friends and colleagues at the Greater Baldwinsville Chamber of Commerce!


Eric and his staff at Canal Side Café & Bistro welcomed us for our July luncheon and served us a delicious meal, and server Katie was quick with a smile and beverages. It was the first time that some of our members had been to Canal Side Café & Bistro, but I am sure that they will return soon.


What a great group! You can tell from all the smiling faces in the photos that we had a fun time.


It was good to see Amanda – Friends of Beaver Lake Nature Center; Lis – Blue Pelvic Physical Therapy; Scott – KACC CPAs; Denise – St. Mark’s Lutheran Church; Sabrina and Jeff – M&T; Cody and Stephanie – Paths to Recovery Mental Health Counseling; Roy – Empower Federal Credit Union; Ken and Jamie Bush (and baby Lincoln!) – representing Ken Bush Jr County Legislator; Barb – Seneca Savings; Cindy – PACB-TV; Fay – FLC Home Inspection; Yvonne Conte – YvonneConte.com; Wendy and Diane – Baldwinsville Volunteer Center; Katrina - Katrina Lynne StoryOgraphy; Matt – Heritage Insurance Agency; Celeste, Jenee, Stacey, and Carley – Stacey’s Permanent Solutions; community member Stephanie; Ana, Nimer, and Dave – AmeriCU Credit Union; Bridget – Hearing Aid Consultants of CNY; Michele – Clipper Magazine; Renee – La Tresse by Renee; Derry and Helen – Market America; Melanie – Your Window to the World; Lynn – Radisson Community Association;


If you want to know what is going on in our community, strengthen connections, and make new contacts, a GBCC monthly luncheon is a wise investment of your time and lunch money.


Our next luncheon is August 16 at Persimmons Restaurant. Registration will close at 40 people or on August 9, whichever comes first. To register and pay, go to events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ejvu1jok088729f3&llr=ngax5rcab


Thank you to Cindy Clarke for taking the photos!





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