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Friday, July 10 2015
Michael Kaminski to succeed Richard Trocino as President and CEO in October. Last year, current President and CEO, Richard Trocino, announced privately to the Hudson Valley Hospice and Foundation Boards his plans to retire this fall. With the rapid pace and complexities of healthcare reform and the Agency’s ongoing strategic and tactical plans, the Board’s challenge was to find a ...read more
Categories: Community, Member News
Friday, June 26 2015
One of Ulster County's leading entrepreneurs told local business leaders on June 17 that he is working on something that could "dwarf"his pst projects. Tom Struzzieri, the founder of HITS Horse Shows and HITS Endurance, and the owner o fDiamond Mills Hotel & Tavern in Saugerties, made the comment during the annual Community Breakfast hosted by the Ulster County Regional Chamber ...read more
Categories: Chamber News
Wednesday, June 10 2015
Call for vendors: The 28th annual MILLER CRAFT FAIR will be held on Saturday, October 24, 2015 at M.C. Miller Middle School, 65 Fording Place Road, Lake Katrine, NY. We are seeking potters, artists, photographers, knitters, jewelers, and craftspeople - contact klukaszewski@kingstoncityschools.org<mailto:klukaszewski@kingstoncityschools.org > for further information.
Categories: Community, Member News
Thursday, June 04 2015
Tom Struzzieri, the founder of HITS Horseshows and HITS Endurance, and the owner of Diamond Mills Hotel & Tavern in Saugerties will be the special guest speaker at the Chamber's Annual Community Breakfast June 17th. The breakfast scheduled for 7:30-9:00 am at diamond Mills, is sponsored by ColorPage Marketing and Publishing Services. The Focus of the breakfast will be on leadership as the ...read more
Categories: Chamber News
Tuesday, June 02 2015
Ulster County's largest business networking event, the 2015 Buy Local Expo hosted by the Ulster County Regional Chamber of Commerce will be held Wednesday, September 16th from Noon to 5:00 pm at the Diamond Mills Conference Center in Saugerties, NY. This is the 19th consecutive year for the Buy Local Expo. Once again this year, it is anticipate that nearly 100 exhibitors will take part in the ...read more
Categories: Chamber News
Friday, May 29 2015
State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli seemed right at home when he appeared before the Ulster County Regional Chamber of Commerce on May 26. DiNapoli chatted up local officials, mixed in jokes and delivered a fact-filled approach during his breakfast speech to the county’s business leaders. The state’s chief financial officer, who is involved in his local chamber of commerce on Long ...read more
Categories: Chamber News, Press Release
Friday, May 08 2015
New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, the state's chief fiscal officer and the sole trustee of its pension fund, will address the Chamber's nest monthly breakfast meeting on May 27. He will speak about some of the ways the state invests and helps business. the breakfast, scheduled for 7:30-9:00am at the BEST WESTERN PLUS, 503 Washington Ave. in Kingston, is sponsored by FASTSIGNS. ...read more
Categories: Chamber News
Friday, May 08 2015
The Rondout Rowing Club announces a scholarship to be awarded to an Ulster County Veteran for the Learn To Row program. This Scholarship comprises 3 parts: - An evening at the Kingston YMCA that includes a class on the use of rowing machines (called "ergs"), viewing of a safety video and a swim test. - A day at the West Point Military Academy with instruction in their state of the art ...read more
Categories: Community
Thursday, May 07 2015
HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley's president and CEO laid out a new vision for local health care before business leaders on April 30 that he said would immediately change preceptions. David Scarpino said the envisioned "education and health innovation corridor" alnog Broadway and Midtown Kingston would be a "huge win for the community" and features $88 million in ...read more
Categories: Chamber News
Tuesday, May 05 2015
Social media expert Doug Motel, Cheif Visionary Officer of Site Optimized is presenting a seminar "Playing the Game of Social Media Marketing." Doug will show you how to market your business with teh top social media platforms, including Facebook, Google +, Twitter, Pintrest, YouTube and LinkedIn. This is an intro-level workshop but even seasoned marketers can gather some new tips! The ...read more
Categories: Chamber News
Wednesday, April 15 2015
President and CEO of HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley David Scarpino will addresses business leaders at the monthly breakfast meeting of the Ulster County Regional Chamber of Commerce at 7:30am on Thursday, April 30, at the Best Western Plus. Scarpino’s remarks will center on an intended affiliation with Westchester Medical Center, changes in state funding for hospitals and ...read more
Categories: Chamber News
Wednesday, April 08 2015
Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union (HVFCU) announced today that Beth A. Lawrence-Lallis has been named Business Services Loan Officer. In her new role, Mrs. Lawrence-Lallis will deliver HVFCU’s commercial loan programs to businesses located throughout Dutchess and Ulster Counties. Mrs. Lawrence-Lallis has more than ten years of experience in the financial services industry, and is ...read more
Categories: Community
Wednesday, April 01 2015
The best places to work tend to belong to their local chamber of commerce, according to a recent study by the American Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE). Of Fortune magazine's "100 Best Companies to Work For" in the United States and Canada, 94 of the recognized businesses are members of their local chamber, including all of the top 24. Separately, ACCE found that in a random ...read more
Categories: Chamber News
Monday, February 23 2015
Hein unveils another initiative for veterans Ulster County Executive Mike Hein, fresh off the opening of the Patriots Project last year to house homeless veterans, told business leaders on Feb. 19 about another plan he has to honor vets. Hein said the front lawn of the Ulster County Office Building will be the home of a new memorial to honor about 1,300 veterans from the county who have died ...read more
Categories: Chamber News
Friday, February 13 2015
The Ulster County Regional Chamber of Commerce is planning a vacation getaway to the Coast of Amalfi Italy & Rome November 8-16, 2015. The trip is available at a Great Group Rate Price of just $2,699 per person, double occupancy and is open to members of the Ulster County Regional Chamber of Commerce as well as the general public. Explore the beautiful coast of Italy. The magic is everywhere ...read more
Categories: Chamber News
Monday, February 09 2015
Ulster County Executive Michael Hein will speak to members of the Ulster County Regional Chamber of Commerce and the general public on February 19 th , 7:30-9 a.m. at the Best Western Plus in Kingston. The breakfast is sponsored by the HealthAlliance Foundation. The County Executive said his breakfast remarks would touch on several issues such as property taxes, access to higher education, new ...read more
Categories: Chamber News
Tuesday, February 03 2015
U.S. Rep. Chris Gibson likes to quote Ronald Reagan and he delivered a Reaganesque optimism about the economy when he appeared before a packed house of Ulster County’s business leaders on Jan. 29 at the Best Western Plus in Kingston. Gibson, R-Kinderhook, referenced the Hudson Valley’s 4.7 percent unemployment rate, along with growing Gross Domestic Product (GDP) numbers. “When ...read more
Categories: Chamber News
Friday, January 23 2015
Newly re-elected U.S. Rep. Chris Gibson will address the membership of the Ulster County Regional Chamber of Commerce when he speaks at the Chamber’s first breakfast meeting of the year on Jan. 29. Gibson, a Kinderhook Republican who was re-elected last November, surprised many by announcing earlier this month that he would retire at the end of his current two-year term and not seek ...read more
Categories: Chamber News