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Mayor Muryn to Speak at Fresh Brewed Business

The Chamber will host Fresh Brewed Business on Tuesday, March 2nd from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at the Marathon Center for the Performing Arts. Limited in-person seats are available, and the event will be available to watch virtually via GoToWebinar. Those who wish to register can do so at www.FindlayHancockChamber.com/Fresh-Brewed-Business.

March’s main speaker is City of Findlay Mayor Christina Muryn. Several other speakers will present on topics relevant to the community.

Karim Baroudi from Hancock Public Health will discuss the area’s COVID numbers; Judy Pusateri will talk about the Farmers’ Share Breakfast on behalf of the Chamber’s Agri-Business Committee; Chief Robert Ring will speak on behalf of the Findlay Police Department; Sarah Clevidence with the Findlay Hancock County Public Library will speak about the CommunityRead programming; Brian Blum from Van Buren School District will give an Education Update; and Heather Clow will give updates on behalf of the Marathon Center for the Performing Arts.

This monthly program is a business and professional development program of the Chamber of Commerce designed to offer a variety of information to the business community, inform Chamber members about public issues, and establish a stronger voice for the business community.

This month’s Fresh Brewed Business is sponsored by Cousino Restoration, Trust Company Family Offices, First National Bank, Whitman Title Security, and Details Auto Spa.

Register online.

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