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During these difficult times, the business community has unique questions. The Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce has assembled a panel of experts to help answer the questions of our regional businesses for an online meeting Wednesday, April 8 at 9:00 am.

This panel includes representatives from the medical community who can answer questions on safety precautions for businesses still open as well as an overview of the current situation. Additionally, there is a representative from the Small Business Administration and many of the region’s financial institutions to answer questions on loans, lending, etc.

Specialists will provide insight on current unemployment law and options the new CARES Act gives business owners regarding their 401k plan.

This online meeting offers the ability to join with video or just audio. Participants are free to listen or actively participate. Questions can be spoken or submitted via the CHAT window during the meeting.

Confirmed meeting panelists include:

  • Chief of Staff: Greg Moreland, Office of Senator Dave Arnold
  • Regional Manager: Marta Gabriel, Office of US Senator Toomey
  • Lebanon County Commissioner: Jo Ellen Litz
  • Economic Development Specialist: Kim Stout, Small Business Administration
  • Kelly Smith, WellSpan Health
  • Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. John Goldman, UPMC Pinnacle
  • Employment Law Attorney: Peggy Morcom, Esq., Buzgon Davis Law Offices
  • Business Mentor: Jerry Glenn, SCORE Lancaster-Lebanon
  • Founder/President: Roger North, North Group Consultants
  • Vice President: BT Trefsgar, BenefitWorks Inc.
  • Commercial Relationship Manager: Rebecca Witherite, Fulton Bank
  • Chief Lending Officer: Rick Rollman, JBT
  • Commercial Lender: Steve Snedeker, Members 1st Federal Credit Union
  • Business Developer: Craig Connelly, BELCO Community Credit Union
  • Fair Lending Officer: Jim Rovito, First Citizens Community Bank

This online meeting is open to the business public. Registration is required using this link.

The Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce is working diligently to provide updated information and support to all businesses in the Lebanon Valley. For businesses not able to attend this online meeting, you can stay informed by following the Chamber on Facebook and/or LinkedIn, signing up for our daily e-news or emailing Karen Groh, President/CEO at