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  • Young Professionals Group

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    Name: Young Professionals Group
    Date: February 15, 2018
    Time: 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM EST
    Registration: Register Now
    Event Description:

    New for 2018: All attendees are requested to RSVP for YPG. Please click the REGISTER button above.

    Guest Speaker: Shawn Hershberger | Development Services Director, City of Winchester

    Topic: A brief summary of the City of Winchester’s economic development strategic planning process and how it will impact future development efforts.

    Bio: Shawn serves as the City of Winchester’s first Development Services Director and the Director of the Winchester EDA. Before coming to Winchester he did similar work for communities in Maryland, West Virginia, and Virginia. He grew up in Western Maryland where he attended Frostburg State University to study Political Science and then Penn State University to study Community and Economic Development. He has relocated to Winchester with his wife and their 4 children (Teagan, Ahnika, Beckam, and Tobias).

    To all our members who in their 20's and 30's, we have refitted and reinvigorated the Young Professionals program at the Chamber! It will include networking, professional development programs, and community engagement. All chamber members in their 20's and 30's are invited to attend the event and be a part of a new fast paced and energizing program.

    Make sure to bring business cards!

    Location:
    Piccadilly Public House
    125 E Piccadilly St, Winchester, VA 22601
    Contact Information:
    Emily Buhl
    Phone:5406624118 x17
    Fees/Admission:
    Complimentary with your Chamber membership.

    Not a member? Non-members are allowed to come to 2 networking events to "test-drive" the chamber!
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