Chambersburg Chamber names new board

The new Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors includes: Adam Donius, Jake Naugle, Eric Foreman, David Grant, Wes Fugate; Crystal Lautenslager, Jocelyne Melton, Pat Abbott, Stephen Christian; Kacie Meyers, Monica Mata, Brad Evans, Luke Martin; Mark Story, Anthony Bagley, Tom Trgovac and Bill Kick. PROVIDED PHOTO

CHAMBERSBURG—The Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce has announced the 2022 Chambersburg Chamber Board of Directors.

The Executive Board includes: David Grant of Keystone Health (Chair); Luke Martin of SEK, CPAs & Advisors (Immediate Past Chair); Stephen Christian of the Chambersburg Chamber (President); Pat Abbott of Strickler Insurance Agency (Secretary); Jake Naugle of Patriot Federal Credit Union (Treasurer); Crystal Lautenslager of Chambersburg Area School District (Greater Chambersburg Chamber Foundation President); Jenna Kaczmarek of Patriot Federal Credit Union (Downtown Chambersburg Inc. Chair); and Eric Foreman of Patriot Federal Credit Union (Chambersburg Area Development Corp. President).

 “We are excited to start 2022 with this outstanding group of board members,” said Chamber President Stephen Christian. “We appreciate their willingness to dedicate their time and talents to supporting local businesses and the greater community through the Chambersburg Chamber.”

The full Board also includes: Brad Evans of Bartlett Tree Expert Company; Bill Boltz of ULTA Distribution; Van Gray of GearHouse Brewing Co.; Carla Christian of Chambersburg Memorial YMCA; Adam Donius of Chick-fil-A; Jocelyne Melton of Baxter Environmental Group, Inc.; Mark Story of Habitat for Humanity of Franklin County; Anthony Bagley of M&T Bank; Bill Kick of Herbert, Rowland & Grubic Inc.; Wesley Fugate of Wilson College; Warren Braxton of Aerotek, Inc.; Monica Mata of Veroni Café; Melanie Hoffman of Noelker and Hull Associates Inc.; Kacie Meyers of The Floor Trader Outlet of Chambersburg; and Tom Trgovac of GDC IT Solutions.

The Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce is a 501(c)6 nonprofit organization that is dedicated to helping businesses prosper and supporting the community. It is partnered with the Greencastle-Antrim Chamber of Commerce as the Cumberland Valley Business Alliance. As a CVBA partner, the organization serves nearly 1,000 businesses in the Cumberland Valley and is the largest business advocacy organization in the region.

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