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22 issue 7 a guide to Butler County business information

The official newsletter of the Butler County Chamber of Commerce

"We Mean Business"



We really do mean Butler & Armstrong Counties Tuesday, July 17, 2012 - The Atrium

Member News Page 3 Joint Mixers Page 4 Calendar Pages 5 - 6 Ladies Outing & Powerful Connections Page 7 Golf Outing Recap Page 8 New Members Page 9 Golf Thank Yous Page 9
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n an effort to showcase and promote business in Butler & Armstrong Counties, the Butler County, Armstrong County and Zelienople-Harmony Area Chambers of Commerce are combining efforts to offer our collective memberships the chance to participate in the areas premiere business event. The event will begin at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 17, 2012, and will end at 6:00 p.m. followed by a Vendors only cocktail party and networking event. We Mean Business in Butler & Armstrong Counties Business to Business Showcase 2012 Representing nearly 1,200 businesses in Butler & Armstrong Counties, the Chambers are proud of whom we represent. From family-owned businesses, professional concerns, educational and health-related organizations - spanning sole proprietorships and the largest employers, we have a lot to be proud of. We encourage you to become involved in this effort to combine assets and collectively show the area what we offer. Participating businesses must be a member of one of the three sponsoring Chambers of Commerce. So join this exclusive Business Showcase by registering now. Space is limited. Exhibitors will gain admission to a private Exhibitors Only cocktail party and business mixer following the close of the show. For more information complete the registration form in this newsletter or contact one of the participating Chambers of Commerce: Butler County (724.283.2222), Armstrong County (724.543.1305), Zelienople-Harmony Area (724.452.5232).

Community Champion Award Luncheon

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n 2003, the Butler County Chamber began recognizing local organizations that impact the community through a cooperative project or initiative, with the presentation of the Community Champion Award. 4-Most Group, Inc. Architects, has designed and sponsored the award certificate since its inception. This years Community Champion Award luncheon is sponsored by ARMSTRONG and presented in cooperation with the Butler County Tourism and Convention Bureau. Main Street lighting, flowers and signage earned the Butler Shade Tree Commission the first inaugural award. Slippery Rock Area Development Association followed the next year for the Main Street renovations in Slippery Rock. Butler AM Rotary Club received well-deserved honors for the handicapped playground at Alameda Park. We were pleased to recognize the Parking Authority of Butler for the parking deck and surface lot improvements in downtown Butler. Butler Downtown had worked for numerous years to successfully establish the Main Street Program and was deservedly recognized followed in 2008 by the Historic Pullman Park Commission. In 2009 we rewarded the Community Health Clinic of Butler County, for establishing a visionary facility for health care. 2010 recognized the Historic Strand Theater Committee in Zelienople for their community preservation efforts and the Butler-Freeport Trail received last years award.

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July 2012

Board of Directors
EXECUTIVE BOARD Joe Taylor Armstrong Tammy Schuey Butler Eagle Brian McCafferty KENMAC Rental & Sales Aubrey Hulings Farmers National Bank Board Chair 1st Vice Chair 2nd Vice Chair Treasurer

Community Champion Award Luncheon

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The Board of Directors and Past Presidents Advisory Council of the Butler County Chamber, along with the Butler County Tourism & Convention Bureau, are pleased to honor The Little Theatre Group of Butler as the 10th Butler County Chamber of Commerce Community Champion Award recipient. Currently planning for the 71st season of great entertainment, the Butler Little Theatre has been an anchor for our cultural community, offering live shows, classes for children and involvement in numerous events and activities. As one of the main attractions for our Leadership Butler County Program, we appreciate your efforts as an all-volunteer organization. On Wednesday, July 18, 2012, at noon at the Butler Little Theatre, a luncheon will be held in their honor to present them with a certificate of appreciation. We invite you to join us in welcoming the Butler Little Theatre Board as we congratulate them for their efforts and add The Little Theatre Group of Butler to the deserving list of Community Champions. There is no charge to attend; however, reservations are required by calling 724.283.2222.

Dr. Nicholas Neupauer Past Chair Butler County Community College BOARD OF DIRECTORS Karen Brackett NexTier Bank Dr. Edward Bucha Slippery Rock University Cecelia Buechele Foster Community Health Clinic of Butler County Dino Capestrani Concordia Visiting Nurses Elisabeth Howard Sommers C.W. Howard Insurance Agency Brett Ligo Ligo Architects Robi Lombardo First Energy Corporation Janice Pakozdi-Luffy Bear Metallurgical Co. Ken Raybuck CDC of Butler County Stephanie Roskovski Butler Health System Lyric Schnur Hefren-Tillotson, Inc. Daniel Swartz ESB Bank Dean Weiland Friedmans Freshmarkets Jen Whitmoyer Slippery Rock Business Assoc. Affilate Organizations: Butler County Young Professionals Mike Lysakowski Butler Downtown Butler Human Resources Association Friday Morning Coffee Club Leadership Butler County New Visions for Butler Slippery Rock Business Association

Join Us Business After Hours At SiBA

Great Networking Opportunity On August 28

he Board of Directors of the Butler County Chamber of Commerce invites you to join us at the 3rd Annual Business After Hours on Tuesday, August 28, 2012, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Network with other area businesses on the outdoor patio of SiBA Restaurant, located at 530 Northpointe Circle in Seven Fields. Guests will have the opportunity to visit our sponsors, Moses Jewelers and C.W. Howard Insurance Agency. The evenings activities will include hors doeuvres, door prizes, a mini art exhibit open house and a cash bar. There is no charge to attend this event, but reservations are requested. Welcome and registration will be located in Moses Jewelers, where you can register for prizes and receive your complimentary drink ticket. The event has been overwhelmingly successful the past two years, and is the perfect way to end the summer. The Chamber would like to thank their sponsors, C.W. Howard Insurance Agency, Moses Jewelers, and Consolidated Communications for hosting this event. To make your reservation or for more information, you can contact the Chamber via phone at 724.283.2222, via e-mail at Media@ButlerCountyChamber. com, or log into our website at to download a registration form.

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n July 6th and 7th, the Butler County Humane Society will be hosting Kittenpalooza, a unique adoption event to help find the many kittens born this spring their forever homes. There will be the opportunity for families to have their adoption preapproved by filling out and submitting an adoption form to the shelter. Every adoption form will then go through the usual adoption process and if you are approved, you may choose and take home your new kitten (or kittens) the same day. There will also be specials on multiple kitten adoptions; including enough bowls, litter boxes, and other niceties to make bringing your kittens home as simple as possible. For more information, visit the BCHS website at or phone the shelter at 724.789.1150. The Butler County Humane Society is proud to serve pets and people in Butler County through their programs and is dedicated to providing the highest quality care possible to the nearly 2,000 homeless dogs and cats they care for each year. They are committed to the education, safety, and health of all of the animals in Butler County as a non-profit organization that relies solely on community support.

BHS Administrator Promoted to Chief Operating Officer

tephanie Roskovski was recently promoted to the position of Chief Operations Officer at Butler Health System. Roskovski has been a member of the administrative team at BMH since 2002 most recently serving as Vice President of Operations. Roskovski earned a Bachelor of Science degree from West Virginia University where she majored in Business Administration. She received a dual Masters in Health Administration and Public Administration. She started her career as the Director of Community Health Planning at Butler Memorial Hospital in 1994. She has a wide and diverse background at BHS, also serving as Director of Education, Special Assistant to the President and Vice President of Outpatient Services, and Vice President of Operations. She is currently on the Board of the Butler County Chamber of Commerce and has served as a Director on the Leadership Butler County Board of Directors as an alumna. Stephanie will now assume a much more comprehensive role in the coordination and execution of all operations within the health system, says Ken DeFurio, President and CEO. Stephanie brings a wealth of knowledge to this position and we look forward to her leadership contributions in the years ahead. A Butler native, Roskovski resides in Center Township with her husband Scott and children Jacob and Sophie.

aving a well-prepared workforce is critical to ensuring that our local, national, and global economies thrive. Guiding students through the pathway to the skills and education required by the companies that will need them is a task that requires the support of our entire community. So for the first time ever, Butler County Educators and Employers will be adapting an established College Fair and launching the Butler County College & Career Fair.

We would like to take this opportunity to invite your business to participate in this event which is scheduled for Thursday, September 13, 2012 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. at the Butler Senior High School. Students (and their parents) from all of the Butler County high schools will be invited to attend. College, business, and skilled trades representatives will be on hand to talk with the students and their families about Career opportunities and to discuss what skills and education are required to access these career opportunities and where and how a student might get started on a path to a successful career. To ensure you have a table, please register by August 15, 2012. The cost to participate is $25.00. Please contact Colleen Smith, Butler County Educators and Employers Penn State Electro-Optics Center, at or at 724.295.7000, ext. 7135 for further information.

ewhaven Court at Clearview would like to announce that they are holding an Alzheimers Support Group at their facility 100 Newhaven Lane, Butler, PA 16001.

It is held on the last Wednesday of every month from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. This is an opportunity to come together and support others who have a loved one suffering from Alzheimers disease or some other form of dementia. Attendees will receive education on new treatments, studies and techniques as well as an opportunity to share challenges in a creative group setting to resolve problems. Call 724.477.8701 or log onto for more information.
July 2012

Join fellow Chamber Members as we Celebrate Business together!

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ur Annual Celebrate Business Chamber Dinner is just around the corner! The Board of Directors cordially invites you to join us on Wednesday, September 12, 2012, at 5:30 p.m. at the Butler Country Club. The event will feature hors doeuvres and cocktails preceding dinner, with the presentation of the William A. Morgan, Jr. Entrepreneur of the Year Award and the 2012 Chamber Champion Award. Help us celebrate the success of local businesses, the Chambers accomplishments, its volunteers and Board of Directors. Special thanks are extended to our event sponsors, Ligo Architects and Highmark, cocktail party sponsors, C.W. Howard Insurance Agency and Butler Country Club, printing sponsor, Minuteman Press, dessert sponsor Pentony Capital Management, and Shaffer Financial. Additional sponsorships are still available! Contact the Chamber for details.

A nomination form for the 2012 Chamber Champion Award is included in this newsletter. It is presented to an outstanding business demonstrating a combination of vision, ingenuity, commitment and determination. The award is based upon a nominees business accomplishments and initiatives. Only current members of the Butler County Chamber of Commerce will be considered for the award. Self-nominations are accepted. Also, businesses that were nominated previously, but not selected, are eligible to be re-nominated. The deadline for Chamber Champion nominations is Monday, July 23, 2012. For more information on how to become a sponsor for this event, please contact the Chamber at 724.238.2222 or via e-mail at

Summer Multi-Chamber Mixer at the Legacy!

ou are invited to a Multi Chamber Mixer being held at and hosted by the Legacy Banquet & Conference Center, located at 1946 Mercer Grove City Road in Mercer, on Thursday, August 16, 2012, from 5:30 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Join the Butler County Chamber of Commerce, Slippery Rock Business Association, Grove City Area Chamber of Commerce, New Wilmington Area Chamber of Commerce, Mercer Area Chamber of Commerce and the Young Professionals from Grove City and Butler for an evening of summer networking.

Enjoy delicious food and drinks around the Legacys new pond and fountain, courtyard and patio, and expansion of their main banquet room. General Rental Center is providing tents for a more pleasurable outdoor networking experience. For detailed directions, log on to www. For more information or to make reservations, contact the Chamber at 724.283.2222 or via e-mail at Media@

Summer Foxburg Mixer Is August 8th

lease join members of the Armstrong County, Butler County, Clarion Area, Franklin Area, Grove City Area and Venango Area Chambers of Commerce for the Fourth Annual Joint Summer Mixer in Foxburg. On Wednesday, August 8, 2012, from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m., business members will be invited to stroll Main Street in Foxburg and visit the local businesses who will be welcoming visitors at their individual locations. Participating businesses as of this article will include The Allegheny Grille, Divani Chocolates, Foxburg Inn Hotel, Foxburg Pizza and Foxburg Wine Cellar as well as Allegheny RiverStone Center for the Arts.
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Network while enjoying a stroll through historic Foxburg. A Central Registration Station will be located on the Green between the Foxburg Wine Cellar (65 Main Street, Foxburg, PA 16036) and the Foxburg Library. This area will also be used for Door Prize Presentations at the end of the evening. Admission is free; however, we encourage members to make reservations with their respective Chamber of Commerce. Contact the Butler County Chamber at 724.283.2222 or via e-mail at to register. A detailed flyer is included in this issue of The Edge newsletter.

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18th Annual Ladies Golf Outing Scheduled on August 1

s one of the few ladies only golf outings in the area, the Butler County Chamber of Commerces 18th Annual Ladies Golf Outing will be held on Wednesday, August 1, 2012. Dont miss your chance to enjoy a beautiful day of golf and networking. The outing, held at Conley Resort in Butler, includes a round of golf, lunch, beverages, contests, cocktail hour, dinner, prizes and team awards. The cost to golf is $90.00 per person or $340.00 per foursome. A gold foursome can also be purchased for $425.00 (includes tee sponsorship). Registration begins at 10:00 a.m. with an 11:00 a.m. shotgun start. Golfers will be treated to a buffet brunch prior to start, cocktail hour and a delicious dinner immediately following golf. Individual and team skill prizes, hole-in-one, other popular golf contests and door prizes will be highlight the days activities. The first place team will be awarded special prizes compliments of Moses Jewelers;

second place team will receive awards compliments of Unicorn Gifts. Once again this year, we will be drawing a foursome at random to receive a special team prize. The Chamber would like to thank and recognize Farmers National Bank, our Official Event Sponsor. A special thank you is also extended to Diehl Automotive, our Hole-In-One Sponsor; Highmark, our Beverage Sponsor; Minuteman Press of Butler, our Dinner Sponsor; Pentony Capital Management, our Lunch Sponsor; and ESB Bank, our Golf Cart Sponsor. Additional options are still available for the 2012 Ladies Golf Outing, including tee sponsors. To register please use the form in this newsletter, contact the Chamber at 724.283.2222 or download a registration form online at The registration deadline is Friday, July 20, 2012, so dont delay!

2nd Annual Powerful Connections for Women All women are Leaders

omen United, an initiative of United Way of Butler County; in conjunction with Butler Health System, Slippery Rock University, and the Butler County Chamber of Commerce, is pleased to announce the Second Annual Powerful Connections for Women Conference being held on August 3, 2012, at 8:00 a.m. at Slippery Rock University in the Robert M. Smith Student Center. This full-day conference and workshop identifies strategies for success, and includes connecting to the real issues of work/life balance, health/wellness, and professional/personal growth skills. The morning keynote speaker is Newlin Archinal. After nearly 15 years, Newlin transitioned from her successful career as a television anchor, Emmynominated journalist and business editor to become an investment advisor. In 2008, Newlin joined Integrity Wealth Consulting and has earned the designation of Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor. From her first-hand experience, she will speak on transitioning careers and life paths. The afternoon keynote speaker is The Honorable

Marilyn J. Horan. For 33 years, Judge Horan has been a trailblazer, leading the way for women to succeed in the workforce. She has been a judge of the Court of Common Pleas for Butler County for 16 years. Prior to becoming the first woman judge for the County, she was a successful lawyer with the law firm of Murrin, Taylor, Flach and Horan for 17 years. She is also a proud daughter, wife and mother of 4 children. Judge Horan will speak about the importance of mentors in career and personal development. Attendees will have the opportunity to select and attend two breakout sessions where experts in the fields of fitness, health, nutrition, stress management, social media, image, finance, networking and self defense will present useful information to women. We truly do believe that all women are leaders! Join us on August 3 and establish powerful connections with other women in the region. Registration is $65 if prepaid by July 3rd. After July 3rd, registration will be $75. (Sorry, no walkins.) For more information on this conference, or to register, please call the United Way of Butler County at 724.285.4883.
July 2012

56th Annual Golf Outing a Success!

n Thursday, June 14, 2012, 122 golfers spent a fun and perfect Chamber of Commerce weather day on the course during the Chambers 56th Annual Golf Outing at Lake Arthur Golf Club. Guests enjoyed breakfast, lunch, cocktail hour, hors doeuvres and dinner. Golfers also participated in a 50/50 raffle, door prizes, Chinese Auction, team and skill prizes and, of course, 18 holes of golf. Maher Deussel was the first place team with Mars Home for Youth coming in second, and Conley Resort a close third. Skill prizes went to Beth Wichtrowski, Craig Nunamaker, Mike Strutt, Stephanie Gantz, T.J. Salopek and Vinnie Deleonibus. Due to the outstanding efforts of our Putting Contest crew (Tammy Schuey, 1st Vice Chair of the Board (Butler Eagle) and Karen Brackett, Chamber Board Director (NexTier Bank) Bill Gialiabardo was able to walk away with a generous financial prize. This outing would not have been successful without the help of our sponsors. The Chamber would like to thank the following sponsors for their contribution

to our Annual Golf Outing: Corporate Sponsors: Concordia Lutheran Ministries & Butler Health System; Breakfast Sponsor: Frames & Pixels Productions; Lunch Sponsor: Highmark; Dinner Sponsor: Friedmans Freshmarkets; Beverage Sponsor: Lake Arthur Golf Club; Cocktail Hour Sponsor: NexTier Bank; Putting Contest Sponsor: Butler Eagle; Prize Sponsor: Conley Resort; Hole-in-One Sponsor: Honda North; Golf Cart Sponsor: ESB Bank; and Water Sponsor: Culligan. Exclusive Tee Sponsors include Armstrong and Rex Energy Corporation. Additionally, our event would not have been possible without the assistance of our volunteers, Connie Swartzenfeger and Alice Nunes, Brittney Slupe, Dena Martinez and to our Golf Committee. A huge thank you goes out to Lake Arthur Golf Club for the super condition of their facility once again and for providing a staff that always goes above and beyond expectations. The Chamber extends a special thanks to our sponsors and for the participation of the 31 foursomes who joined us.

First Place Team - Maher Deussel

2nd Place Team - Mars Home for Youth

Third Place Team - Conley Resort

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Corporate Sponsor Team - Concordia Lutheran Ministries

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Welcome New Members

We welcome the following new members to the Butler County Chamber of Commerce. Future POS Butler County Manufacturing Contact: Monica ODonnell, Communications & Consortium
Social Media Specialist 1737 N. Main Street Ext. Butler, PA 16001 P: 724.487.4928 Contact: Neil Ashbaugh, Chair 112 Hollywood Drive, Suite 201 Butler, PA 16001 P: 724.282.9341

Future POS is an Award Winning software company with headquarters in Butler, PA. We are a point of sale industry leader that strives to bring innovation to our customers and maintain an active presence in the local community.

Industry partnership whose mission is to support county manufacturers in training, developing future workforce pipeline, and raising positive awareness as to the benefits of manufacturing to our county and local economies.

Special Thanks To Our Golf Outing Committee

Committee Chair Brenda Lemmon, Minuteman Press of Butler; Deb Bennett, Conley Resort; Wayne Conley, Conley Resort; Aubery Hulings, Farmers National Bank ; Brian Llewellyn, Concordia Lutheran Ministries; Paul McEachin, Farmers National Bank; Wayne Pucci, Richland Marketing; Karen Brackett, NexTier Bank ; Tony Shakely, Butler Armco Employee Credit Union; Jay Shaffer, Shaffer Financial Services; Scott Choura, Lake Arthur Golf Club and Dean Weiland, Friedmans Freshmarkets.

Thank you to the following golfers for participating in our Golf Outing!
ARMSTRONG Butler County Community College Butler Health System Butler Physical Therapy C. W. Howard Insurance Agency Carbis Walker Conley Resort Clearview Federal Credit Union Concordia Lutheran Ministries ESB Bank Farmers National Bank FireDEX of Butler First Energy FORD Business Machines Friedmans Freshmarkets First National Bank The Gateway Engineers, Inc. Highmark Maher Deussel Kilarney (McDonalds) Restaurant Management Inc. Mars Home for Youth Mars National Bank Minuteman Press NexTier Bank Northwest Savings Bank Oliver Outdoor Advertising Peoples TWP Quality Life Services Shaffer Financial Services Sir Speedy Printing Specialized Staffing and Industry Recruiters, Inc. U$X Federal Credit Union Washington Financial Bank Young Funeral Home

Thank you to the following members that sponsored tees!

Exclusive Tee Sponsors ARMSTRONG and Rex Energy Tee Sponsors: Bear Metallurgical Company Butler Armco Employees Credit Union Butler County Community College Butler County Tourism & Convention Bureau Butler Technologies Butler Physical Therapy Associates, Inc. Central Electric Cooperative, Inc. Center For Community Resources Eisler Nurseries, Inc. FORD Business Machines Gateway Engineers, Inc. Hunter Truck Sales & Service, Inc. Interstate Pipe & Supply Company J.K. Hydraulics, Inc. McDonalds Restaurants of Butler Moses Jewelers Purvis Brothers Quality Life Services Sugar Creek Rest / Chicora Medical Center U$X Federal Credit Union VNA Western PA W.K. Thomas & Associates Inc. Young Funeral Home

Concordia Visiting Nurses, Center for Community Resources, ESB Bank, Friedmans Freshmarkets, Minuteman Press, NexTier Bank, Peoples TWP, R. P. Musko & Associates and Smoker Friendly / Cigar Express, Squeakys

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Airport Orbit, Inc. The Allegheny Grille Ansman & Associates Architects Aubreys Dubbs Dred Autobody Products, Inc. Battery Warehouse Bear Metallurgical Company Bicker Financial Services Birdsfoot Golf Club Butler Armco Employees Credit Union Butler County Childrens Center Butler County Community College Butler County Ford Butler County Tourism Butler County Symphony Butler Eagle Butler Physical Therapy Capitol Cleaners Center for Community Resources Butler Media Group Champagne Appraisal Services Clearview Federal Credit Union Conley Resort Consolidated Communications Culligan Water Discover Wellness Center Eat-N-Park Eisler Landscapes Family Bowlaway Farmers National Bank FireDEX of Butler First Commonwealth Bank Frank Cicco Custom Tailor Furniture Galleries Gateway Engineers Grant Street Associates Hiland Golf Course Highmark Hunter Companies Hutchison Cleaners, Inc. Lake Arthur Golf Club Ligo Architects Marmon / Keystone Marriott Pittsburgh North McDonalds / Kilarney Restaurants Northwest Savings Bank Oak Ridge Chiropractic Oliver Outdoor Advertising Penn United Technology Pine Grove Golf Course Pittsburgh National Golf Course Ponderosa Steak House Proforma Advertising Concepts Promotions With Personality Sams Club Shaffer Financial Services Simple Balance, Inc. Specialized Staffing & Industry Recruiters, Inc. Stantec St. Jude Golf Club United Dental Center United Way of Butler County Young Funeral Home
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