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TriCounty Area Chamber hosts Boyertown Area Progress Dinner on March 13

GILBERTSVILLE — A student-produced film featuring three businesses and the presentation of the James K. Boyer Quality of Life Award will be the highlights of the 2024 Annual Boyertown Area Progress Dinner.

Event host TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce anticipates more than 160 local business professionals, school administrators and community leaders to attend the dinner held at La Massaria at Bella Vista Golf Course.

Held on Wednesday, March 13, from 5 to 8 p.m., the event opens with a networking and social hour followed by dinner and the debut of the student-produced video.

Produced by the telecommunications students at Boyertown Area Senior High School, the film spotlights The Atherton Inn, 11 E. Philadelphia Ave. in Boyertown; the Body-Borneman Companies, 17 E. Philadelphia Ave. in Boyertown; and The Crossroads Guitars & Art, 1041 E. Philadelphia Ave. in Gilbertsville.

The TriCounty Area Chamber will also present the James K. Boyer Quality of Life Award to Gregory S. Herb, of Herb Real Estate during the dinner.

The event is sponsored by platinum sponsors Community Health & Dental Care and Martin Stone Quarries; gold sponsor The Body-Borneman Companies; and silver sponsors Bally Block Company, Brakeman’s Café, Global Advanced Metals, Pottstown Area Health & Wellness Foundation, and Pottstown Hospital – Tower Health.

Tickets to the event are available at the TriCounty Area Chamber office or by calling 610-326-2900 or by emailing Alice at alice@tricountyareachamber.com. Tickets are $100 per Chamber member and $200 per non-member.

TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce, the tri-county region’s business advocate since 1927, is a membership-based organization serving businesses in southeastern Berks, western Montgomery, and northern Chester Counties, as well as along the Route 422 Corridor. TCACC’s mission is leveraging the power of membership to provide valued membership services and proactive leadership for the tri-county region.


Source: Berkshire mont

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