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     Let's Do Breakfast & Build : Habitat for Humanity hosts a Contractor's Networking Event

The  Renovate Northumberland, ReNew It and Habitat for Humanity with partners Northumberland County, The Northumberland United Way and the Port Hope & District Chamber are hosting a Contractor’s Networking Session on Tuesday April 4 at 7:30am at the Local 397 Building (459 Croft St. Port Hope ).

Come and enjoy a delicious HOT breakfast and learn all about 2 exciting programs being launched in Northumberland!

Find out how you can get involved and help spread the word! Please RSVP by March 29, 2017

905-372-6846 / 1-800-354-7051, ex 2424 burgessb@northumberlandcounty.ca

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Port Hope Area Initiative's Spring 2017 Newsletter 

 

 

   Unitrak Expands Production Process at Port Hope Facility

December 4, 2014 UniTrak Corporation Limited announced that it is making a significant investment to expand the production line capabilities at its Port Hope, Ontario facility.

The enhanced production process will be fully operational by mid-December, 2015.    FULL PRESS RELEASE HERE

 

 

 

 

 

Ken Solilo Photography has exhibit in Cobourg 

Ken Solilo Photography will be offering an exhibit at Edward Jones Investments (14 King St. W. Cobourg)          

The Exhibit will deisplay until June 24, 2014  Hours for viewing: Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm

Here is a sample of Ken's beautiful work:

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Dollar ChoiceDollar Choice Plus re-opens at new location! 

Dollar Choice Plus held their grand re-opening on Friday March 15th with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
Chamber Past-President Cathy Moore was on hand to present owner Mohammed Ashad and his family with
a certificate of recognition from the Chamber of Commerce.
Visit them at 137 Toronto Road - in the Pineview Plaza.
Monday - Friday 9am to 8pm, Saturday 9am - 6pm and Sunday 10am - 5pm

 

 

 

Cats Media featured in PrintAction Magazine Download the article - PrintAction

 

 

 

 

Chamber member Cats Media was recently featured in the national magazine PrintAction. The full feature-length story explains how the company has changed with the times, overcome business challenges as well as their emergence as role models for other independent operations determined to stay on the cutting edge of design, print and on-line operations. Congratulations Cats Media!

(l to r): Tracy Kerr, Designer; Julie Mavis, Owner; Aaron Sawyer, Marketing; Laurie Carr, Owner; Jay Robinson, Creative Director; Jeff Shadwick, Designer; and Rick “Big Data” McMurray, Web/IT (along with Jay’s dog, Bandit, Studio Greeter).