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Chamber of Commerce celebrates ECCOTA

November 9, 2013

Photo by Katherine Porter – (Back row) Deborah Pontzer, from the office of U.S. Representative Glenn Thompson; Kathy Stinchcomb, office manager for ECCOTA; Sara Frank, president of the ECCOTA board of directors; Abbi Peters, executive director of ECCOTA; David Larkin, Vice President of the ECCOTA board of directors; state Representative Matt Gabler; (front row) Ruth Casaro, Lois DeVilling, both on the ECCOTA board of directors, and Kate Lomax, secretary of the ECCOTA board of directors.

The Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Membership Banquet Friday evening at Aiello's Cafe. This year, the chamber honored the Elk County Council on the Arts [ECCOTA], which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this upcoming year.

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