Back Mountain Business & Community Expo slated for April 25

Members of the Back Mountain Chamber 2018 Business & Community Expo Committee are, from left, first row, Stacey Arnaud, First Keystone Community Bank; Amy Campbell, BMC chairperson; Juliane Von Schmeling, The Baroness; Elva Valentine, owner of Valentine’s Jewelry. Second row, Dawn Wiringer, BMC business development; Alison Zurawski, Community Bank; Bill Leandri, BMC executive director. Third row, Joseph Donahue, Misericordia University; Pam Bonomo, Luzerne National Bank; and Thomas Mosca, BMC president. - Submitted photo

DALLAS — The Back Mountain Chamber will hold its annual Business & Community Expo on Wednesday, April 25 at Misericordia University.

The Expo will be held from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in Insalaco Hall at Misericordia University, 301 Lake St., with a historical presentation by Tony Brooks at 6:30 p.m. on the Butler House Restoration. The property housed three generations of the Butler family from 1731-1860 and is the oldest home in Wilkes-Barre.

The Expo is free and open to the community.

Expo registration is now available online at www.backmountainchamber.org or call 570-675-9380.

Members of the Back Mountain Chamber 2018 Business & Community Expo Committee are, from left, first row, Stacey Arnaud, First Keystone Community Bank; Amy Campbell, BMC chairperson; Juliane Von Schmeling, The Baroness; Elva Valentine, owner of Valentine’s Jewelry. Second row, Dawn Wiringer, BMC business development; Alison Zurawski, Community Bank; Bill Leandri, BMC executive director. Third row, Joseph Donahue, Misericordia University; Pam Bonomo, Luzerne National Bank; and Thomas Mosca, BMC president.
https://www.mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/web1_CommitteeExpo.jpgMembers of the Back Mountain Chamber 2018 Business & Community Expo Committee are, from left, first row, Stacey Arnaud, First Keystone Community Bank; Amy Campbell, BMC chairperson; Juliane Von Schmeling, The Baroness; Elva Valentine, owner of Valentine’s Jewelry. Second row, Dawn Wiringer, BMC business development; Alison Zurawski, Community Bank; Bill Leandri, BMC executive director. Third row, Joseph Donahue, Misericordia University; Pam Bonomo, Luzerne National Bank; and Thomas Mosca, BMC president. Submitted photo