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Out & About: Valued staff members get ‘The Royal Treatment’

Shirley McMarlin
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Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce board members Ron Ott (left) and Jim Creenan pose for a photo April 24 during the Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce Staff Appreciation Luncheon, “The Royal Treatment,” at the Greensburg Country Club.
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Representing the Municipal Authority of Murrysville: (from left) Hayley Welsh, Steph Hallman and Verdale Price gather for a photo April 24 during the Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce Staff Appreciation Luncheon, “The Royal Treatment,” at the Greensburg Country Club.
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Representing the Municipal Authority of Murrysville, Sandi Scialdone and Chief Administrator Jim Morrison pose for a photo April 24 during the Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce Staff Appreciation Luncheon, “The Royal Treatment,” at the Greensburg Country Club.
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Event committee members Toni Wilson (left), representing Somerset Trust Co., and Marcie O’Brien, representing Chick-fil-A at Greengate Centre, pose for a photo April 24 during the Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce Staff Appreciation Luncheon, “The Royal Treatment,” at the Greensburg Country Club.
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From left: Carolyn Frye, Lisa Myers and Karen Hudec, all representing Horner, Wible & Terek PC, gather for a photo April 24 during the Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce Staff Appreciation Luncheon, “The Royal Treatment,” at the Greensburg Country Club.
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From left: Mike Storms, board chairman of the Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce, Kathleen Comini, event chair, and Chad Amond, president/CEO of the Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce, gather for a photo April 24 during the Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce Staff Appreciation Luncheon, “The Royal Treatment,” at the Greensburg Country Club
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Representing Key Bank, Heidi Jacquillard and Nathan Sommer pose for a photo April 24 during the Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce Staff Appreciation Luncheon, “The Royal Treatment,” at the Greensburg Country Club.
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Event committee members (from left) Jeanie Bock, representing Integrity Retirement Solutions, Michelle VanHorn, representing Greensburg Care Center, and Deborah Salopek, representing Integrity Retirement Solutions, gather for a photo April 24 during the Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce Staff Appreciation Luncheon, “The Royal Treatment,” at the Greensburg Country Club.

At the Westmoreland Chamber of Commerce, they know it’s not just the CEOs and CFOs who make a business go.

Every single employee has a hand in the company’s success.

In that vein, the chamber hosts an annual staff appreciation luncheon where those contributions are recognized.

This year, employees of area businesses got The Royal Treatment during a luncheon April 24 at the Greensburg Country Club.

Each guest received a gift and had the opportunity to partake of a basket raffle, 50-50 and game hosted by Beehgly and Co. Jewelers.

On hand to offer a warm welcome were Chamber President/CEO Chad Amond and board chairman Mike Storms. Event chair was Kathleen Comini.

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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