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build, serve, promote - Venango Area Chamber of Commerce
2011 Business
of the
Year
BUILD,
SERVE,
PROMOTE
June 28, 2011
at
Venango Technology
Center, Oil City, PA
Hi-Level Golf Course
“
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2011 2011
6| June
8 | Issue
Volume
2| February
7 | Issue
Volume
2011 Partner
in Business
Chamber Golf
Scramble ‘11
Thursday, June 9th
“Building a Future for Venango Area Business!”
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
NEW MEMBERS
Qualiturf, Inc.
3789 State Route 257
Seneca, PA 16346
Phone: (814)673-7653
Email: [email protected]
Tracey Hartzell
Lawn Care
PRESIDENT
NICOLE RUSSELL
Nicole’s Bridal Boutique
V.P.
BOB RICHARDS
Oil Region Realty
SECRETARY
LORI SIBBLE
Edward Jones Investments, Seneca Office
TREASURER
LINDA ANDERSON
Electralloy
ROD ADAMS
Changing Times Telephone Service
DR. JOE CARRICO
Oil City Area School District
DAN ESTADT
Seneca Insurance & Notary
Vince Witherup
PO Box 1036
Franklin, PA 16323
Elected Official
DR. RAY FEROZ
Clarion University
EMILY GILL
Moxie Media
BUTCH HARGENRADER
Pepsi Bottling Company
BETH HARMAN
Northwest Savings Bank
JULY 21-24, 2011
DR. RYAN JACKSON
Gonstead Family Chiropractic
BILL KAPP
Action Auto Service, Inc.
“Like” Oil Heritage Festival on
Facebook, where you can see
posts about this year’s events
ROGER MCCAULEY
UPMC Northwest
PATRICK PELLETIER
Williams Insurance
DAN PERTZ
D & R Glass
www.facebook.com/OilHeritageFestival
Follow us on www.twitter.com/OilHeritageFest
STAFF
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR SUSAN WILLIAMS
FESTIVAL BUTTONS WILL BE
AVAILABLE SOON.
SUPPORT THE FESTIVAL BY
PURCHASING YOUR BUTTON!
[email protected]
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT DOTTIE TAWNEY
[email protected]
Venango Area Chamber of Commerce ● (814) 676-8521 ● www.venangochamber.org
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Klapec Trucking Company Named Safest Motor Carrier Fleet in PA
Klapec Trucking Co. of Reno, PA was honored May 7th at the annual Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association’s
(PMTA) Fleet Safety Awards banquet which was held at the luxurious Nemacolin Resort in Farmington, PA.
KTC was the recipient of the prestigious 2011 Fleet Safety President’s Award in the general commodities
truckload division which is considered the premier award
for outstanding fleet safety.
This coveted award is presented once a year to the motor
carrier fleet that meets and exceeds the stringent safety
criteria established by the PMTA for reportable and
non-reportable accidents for miles traveled. By being the
recipient of this award, Klapec Trucking Co. has been named
and is considered to be the safest motor carrier throughout
the entire state of PA.
Along with the Presidential Award, KTC was also recognized
with four additional awards. Two each from PMTA and
Great West Casualty Co., being 1st place winner for
Outstanding Achievement in Highway Safety Flatbed
st
Division, along with 1 place in General Commodities Truckload Division for Outstanding Achievement in
Highway Safety. Receiving the awards from Mark Laurusevage, representing PMTA and Great West Casualty
Co. are Cindy Urban, Pres. and Mike Lockhart, Safety Director.
Foundation Awards Ben Franklin Grant
Builders Community Foundations’ Board of Trustees awarded their first grants from their Ben Franklin Fund to
a group from the Venango Vision Regional Leadership Institute. The board unanimously approved the request
to support their new venture “Venango-Forest Kidz Kache”
The group presented their proposal to both Venango Area Community Foundation and Forest County Community Foundation at their monthly meetings. The goal of ‘Kidz Kache” is to make a positive impact in the lives of
underprivileged children, in Venango and Forest Counties, by creating a rewarding outdoor recreational opportunity in the form of geocaching. Each of the Foundations awarded the group with $500 a total of $1000 to
help implement this program.
Forest County Community Foundation and Venango Area Community Foundation are both affiliates of Bridge Builders Community Foundations (BBCF). BBCF
was established in 1975 and is a 501(c)3 agency. The Foundations administer a
number of endowments, scholarships, memorials, and community funds. The
main purpose of the Foundations is to develop, manage and distribute funding
to meet present and future needs of the community.
For more information about how to donate to the Ben Franklin Fund or information regarding the community foundations and their programs please go to
www.bridgebuilderscommunityfoundations.org or call (814)677-8687
“Building a Future for Venango Area Business!”
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Stephanie Schneider 2011 Summer Intern
joins the Chamber staff
®
by Vantage
1 Seneca St
Oil City, Pennsylvania
www.oilcityhotel.com
814.677.1221
800.677.1222
fx: 814.677.0491
The Venango Area Chamber of Commerce
would like to welcome Stephanie Schneider as
our new summer intern! Stephanie is a 2010
graduate of Oil City High School, where she
was the Student Liaison to City Council and
involved in numerous organizations
throughout the school and community.
 Home
 Auto
 Life
 Commercial
 Group
 And Others...
Check Us Out...
Stephanie is now keeping herself busy as a rising sophomore
at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania where she
plans to major in Education with a concentration in College
Student Personnel. Stephanie is very excited to join Susan and
Dottie this summer for all of the Chamber festivals and
events, so be sure to introduce yourself when you call or stop
by the chamber office.
Call...
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Oil City Library Book Sale
Please join us for our semi-annual Friends of the Library
“almost-like-new” book sale! Monday, July 18 thru Thursday
July 21, 2011 from 9AM to 6PM.
This is one of our major fund raisers of the year!
State Farm®
Providing Insurance and Financial Services
Home Office, Bloomington, Illinois 61710
Sandy K. Hovis, LUTCF
Agent
857 Allegheny Boulevard, P.O. Box 310
Reno, PA 16343
814 437 2716 Toll Free 888 437 2718
Fax 814 437 2950
Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there.®
Venango Area Chamber of Commerce ● (814) 676-8521 ● www.venangochamber.org
Venango Catholic High School
Sponsoring Bus Trip
to Seneca Allegany Casino
Venango Catholic High School
is sponsoring a Bus Trip to
Seneca Allegany Casino in New
York on Thursday, June 16th.
Pick up in Franklin will be at 8am,
and in Oil City at 8:30am.
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716 East Second Street ● Oil City, PA 16301
(814) 677-4005 ● www.fscas.org
Our services include:
Adoption Services
Home & Community Habilitation
Alternatives to Violence
The HEIGHTS Program
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Oil City P.R.E.P. Program
Drug & Alcohol Programs
PPC Violence Free Network
Family Foundations Program
Supervised Visitation
General Counseling
Venango Fatherhood Initiative
Giving Strength to Families Since 1887
Cost is $30 and includes bonuses at the
casino: $25/coin, $10/food voucher.
The bus will depart from the casino at 5pm. For more
information contact: Connie Sporer at 814.673.5225,
Jan Bowen at 814.437.7658.
Venango Internal Medicine - UPMC
One Memorial Drive
Oil City, PA 16301
814-676-8571
All proceeds benefit Venango Catholic High School.
Stuart Shapiro, MD, Alison Dilks, MD
and Robert Wolbert, CRNP are committed
to providing satisfying, high-quality care
for you and your family.
Lukasiak Construction announces
Retirement
Michael and Sylvia Lukasiak have announced the closing of
their business Michael Lukasiak Construction, formed in 1979,
as they move on to retirement. A well known business in Venango County, Lukasiak Construction operated as a family
owned and operated business for more than 30 years. Their
projects range from modest renovations and additions to new
construction.
The Lukasiaks have taken great pride in providing quality
craftsmanship for all commercial and residential customers,
but now look forward to the next stage of their lives. Michael
comments that “ We intend to live here in Oil City but continue
to enjoy winters in Florida and traveling.” Please join the
chamber in congratulating Mike and Sylvia for having a successful business career and wish them a wonderful retirement.
A Business Liquidation Auction will be held on Saturday, June
25th. See the insert in the newsletter for more information.
GILL
CONSULTING
Human Resource Management ▪ Strategic Planning
Business Development ▪ Customized Training Programs
Employee Relations ▪ Executive Coaching
Route 8, Reno, PA 16343
(814) 676-5566
iBelong
101 N. 13TH STREET
FRANKLIN
432-4091
iBelong
25 E. FIRST STREET
OIL CITY
676-4504
“Building a Future for Venango Area Business!”
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Northwest Pennsylvania Oil and Gas Hub Business2Business Forum
Do you want to take advantage of the opportunities arising from the recent boom in the oil and gas industry?
Register to join us on June 28, 2011 from 9 AM – 4 PM at the Venango Technology Center in Oil City, PA and
“We Will Help Show you the Drill”!
Presenters will include three leaders in the oil and gas industry –
“How to Break Into This Industry” presented by Bud Stuffstall, Senior Oil, Gas, and Mineral
Officer of Northwest Savings Bank.
“Five Steps to Success in Marcellus Shale” will be presented by Joe Barone of the
Pennsylvania Gas Directory.
“Prerequisites for Entering Into & Doing Business in Marcellus Shale” will be presented by Al
Catanzarite, Vice President Public Outreach, Pennsylvania Independent Oil & Gas Association
(PIOGA).
There will be two panel discussions. One panel will discuss the opportunities as a direct service business to the
oil and gas industries and a second that will cover opportunities available as an indirect service business
(restaurants, hotels, etc.).
June 28, 2011, 9 AM – 4 PM (Registration 8:30 AM), Venango Technology Center, 1 Vo-Tech Drive, Oil City,
PA 16301
Cost: $25 – includes Lunch & Breaks
To Register, contact Keystone CEC, 255 Elm St., Oil City, PA 16301, 814-677-4427
Fax: 814-678-5005
Thursday, June 9, 11:00am start - Steak fry at 3:00 pm
Contact the Chamber to make you reservations, be a sponsor or to donate prizes.
Registration available at the chamber’s online store:
http://www.venangochamber.org/catalog/event-registration.html
Venango Area Chamber of Commerce ● (814) 676-8521 ● www.venangochamber.org
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Business Before Hours discussion about 814 Area Code Change
State Sen. Mary Jo White (R-21) is strongly urging citizens and business operators to
provide input on a possible split of the 814 area code in northwestern Pennsylvania. The
chamber invites businesses to join in a discussion about how this change will affect
your business on Friday, June 24th at UPMC Seneca Place, beginning at 7:30 am and
lasting approximately one hour.
Learn more about what this means for you and how you can provide input to the PUC.
The PUC ordered a geographic split of the 814 area code on December 17, 2010, which would have allowed
residents in State College, Johnstown, Altoona and surrounding areas to keep 814 while creating a new 582
area code for Erie and the surrounding counties.
In response to various petitions for reconsideration, the PUC on February 8, 2011 ordered further public
hearings to gather facts and public input. The PUC later determined that the 814 area code would not run out
of telephone numbers until 2015, rather than the previously projected 2013 date.
Senator White joined consumer and industry groups and multiple citizens and businesses in filing a Petition for
Reconsideration urging the PUC to adopt an “overlay” plan as an alternative to splitting 814. An overlay would
allow existing numbers in the region to keep the 814 area code while new telephone lines would be assigned a
new area code.
The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission held a technical conference and a public input hearing in Erie, on
Thursday, May 26, to receive further input on the effects of the geographic area code split and overlay options
designed to ensure adequate telephone numbers in the 814 area code. County Commissioner
Vince Witherup attended the May 26th hearing and testified in support of the overlay option. He
joins Senator White in urging businesses and residents to attend additional hearings that are
scheduled for our region. If you are unsure of how this will impact your business, be sure to attend our discussion on June 24th. We will be sharing the schedule for future hearings.
Business of the Year Tribute Mixer
Visionary Awards were given along with
the Business and Partner in Business
Awards to R.N. Goss Products and
Venango Technology Center
Watch our video tributes to R.N. Goss Gas Products and Venango Technology Center on the Venango Chamber’s
YouTube channels at http://www.youtube.com/user/VenangoChamber
“Building a Future for Venango Area Business!”
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HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS & SUITES
225 Singh Drive
Cranberry, PA 16319
814.677.2640
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65 Rooms
Indoor Pool
Wireless High Speed Internet
Deluxe Hot Breakfast Buffett
Meeting Facility for Seating up to 60
Venango Technology Center hosts Joint Mixer
Lindt Chocolate
Distributor Connie Shull
and
Titusville Chamber
Director Christa Battin
WWW.HIEXPRESS.COM/FRANKLINPA
Cranberry
7029 US 322
814.676.8600
Pleasantville
102 East State St
814.589.7111
Franklin
1301 Liberty St
814.43.2195
Titusville
Spring & Franklin Sts
814.827.3671
Oil City
259 Seneca St
814.676.5736
Oil City
One East First St
814.676.5648
www.northwestsavingsbank.com
MEMBER FDIC
QUALITY INN & CONFERENCE CENTER
1411 Liberty Street (Route 8)
Franklin, PA 16323
Reservations: 800.535.4052
Ph: 814.437.3031
Benjamin’s Restaurant
French Creek Tavern
Deluxe Continental Breakfast
Wireless High Speed Internet
King, Queen & Jacuzzi Suites
Largest first class banquet & meeting facilities in the
area; seating up to 400 in our Grand Ballroom
WWW.CHOICEHOTELS.COM
Discounted Trash Service
(814) 265-1975
(800) 338-8971
Commercial
and Residential
Services
apothecary
2 Spring Street
Oil City, PA
814-676-3731
$25 Coupon
Valid toward any
Temporary Container.
Just mention this ad.
● Convenient outside drop box
● We fill UPMC prescriptions
● Free pick-up and delivery of
prescriptions
● Now selling Postcard History
Series Books
VTC Director
Mario Fontanazzo
welcomes chamber
members.
Guests took self guided
tours of the building,
greenhouse and student
built home.
Venango County Burglaries
State police have been kept busy investigating a number of burglaries in
northern Venango County in recent months, including a number of
businesses.
There are several things you can do to help protect your property, many of
which include common sense practices such as having secure money
handling procedures.
Additionally, the police remind you to use the security implements you
already have such as window locks, surveillance and alarm systems and to
keep perimeters well lit. Be sure to pay attention to any suspicious behavior
and report it to local law enforcement. Your efforts may deter future crimes
and help find those who have committed past crimes.
Venango Area Chamber of Commerce ● (814) 676-8521 ● www.venangochamber.org
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Sears, The Bon-Ton, JCPenney,
Dunham’s Sports & much more!
6945 U.S. Route 322
Cranberry, PA 16319
CDC’S HASSON HEIGHTS, CRANBERRY CENTERS EARN HIGH
MARKS AGAIN
Keystone STARS rating means children are enrolled in facilities
that are recognized for excellence
Child Development Centers’ Hasson Heights and Cranberry
centers have earned high marks again from the Pennsylvania
Department of Education.
The department’s Keystone STARS initiative has given both
facilities a Star 4 rating, the highest grade that Pennsylvania’s
child care and early childhood learning centers can achieve.
This is the third time that the Hasson and Cranberry centers
have earned Keystone STARS’ top mark.
Two other CDC facilities — Franklin Child Development
Center and Franklin School-Age Child Development Center —
also have Star 4 ratings.
Keystone STARS is a quality rating and improvement program
that offers families a way to evaluate child care providers and
preschools. Organizations can achieve anywhere from a Star
1 to Star 4 based on how well they meet health and safety
requirements, staff education criteria, early childhood learning standards, and other quality measures.
“Our STARS validator complimented us for being incredibly
kind to the children,” says Hasson center director Holland
Culver. “I am very proud of our staff’s commitment to
providing the best care and educational experiences for the
children and families we serve.”
CDC has more Star 4 sites than any child care or early
childhood education provider in a seven-county area
(Venango and nearby Butler, Clarion, Crawford, Forest,
Mercer and Warren counties).
Enrollment in CDC’s local centers is about 675 children, and
the growing organization is building new facilities in Franklin
and Oil City that will make room for another 150 boys and
girls.
General Info: (814) 676-2353
Leasing Info: (814) 676-3406
www.cranberrymall.com
www.HAGAN1.com
814-676-2000 CRANBERRY MALL
The FUN Bank
First United National Bank
FRANKLIN
814-437-5758
OIL CITY
814-676-8647
CRANBERRY
814-678-1115
Offices also in Fryburg, Clarion and New Bethlehem
The Oil Region’s Best Mix!
217 Elm Street, Oil City, PA 16301
800.483.6264 ~ www.oilregion.org
484 Allegheny Blvd. Suite A | Franklin, PA 16323
Phone: (814) 432-2188 | Fax: (814) 437-9372
Donna Rapp
105 East First St
Oil City, PA 16301
(814) 676-1151
Financial Advisors
Lori Sibble
Rte 257, Seneca Commons
Seneca, PA 16346
(814) 677-4880
“Building a Future for Venango Area Business!”
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Showing you care with Send Out Cards
When was the last time you sent an unexpected card at an unexpected time to someone you
care for? How about a simple thank you or expression of appreciation? Do you remember
people's birthdays and other special occasions? Now you can show them that you care, with
Send Out Cards. Send Out Cards is about changing people's lives for the good, one card at a
time. Local Distributors Debb and Bill Kapp are excited to add Send Out Cards as a new
Chamber Member and look forward to helping others to understand and take advantage of
this personalized, simple, fast, and affordable way to create and nurture relationships. Send
Out Cards maintains the philosophy that whatever we send out, we get back, tenfold.
"Send Out Cards has helped me to develop an attitude of appreciation” said Bill Kapp and he adds "sharing my appreciation with others only seems to add to the good things in my life. With this incredible tool, not only can you remember
people and share appreciation, you can motivate, uplift, encourage and truly make a difference. The more you do this, the
more you realize that you, the sender of these cards, actually benefit the most.
The cards are designed via computer using the internet but Send Out Cards prints the card, stuffs it in an envelope, adds
first class postage and sends it off to the recipient's mailbox. Bill began using Send Out Cards as business tool for Action
Auto Service. Send Out Cards provides a consistent, easy and inexpensive means to send thank you cards, reminders,
special offers and cards just to keep in touch with customers. The more Bill used the system, the more it became apparent that Send Out Cards was both an immediate and long term income opportunity as well. In 2010 He and wife, Debb,
began their own Send Out Cards Business. "we earn bonuses for bringing folks into the Send Out Cards business but we
can also create a lifelong residual income stream by building a success team" says Debb.
You can participate at any level that fits your need; from occasional card sender, to an entrepreneur, with the ability to
earn extra income. "What I love about being a Send Out Cards Distributor is that the emphasis is not on selling a product
but rather on helping people set and meet their own goals for improved personal and business relationships and financial
freedom. We offer a free gift account walk through to anyone so they can experience Send Out Cards for themselves
and make their own decision.” Call Debb or Bill Kapp @814 758 1542 or e-mail us at [email protected] . Send a card
for free to see how it works www.sendoutcards.com/hubkapps or visit our retail site to be able to send a gift to someone
special www.socretail.com/hubkapps .
Summer Day Camp At The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army of Oil City is now accepting applications for their summer day camp
program. The center located at 217 Sycamore offers this program for children that have
completed grades Kindergarten thru 5th. Breakfast, snack and lunch are provided daily. A low
fee of $10 covers the child’s meals, field trip fees, and activity supplies for the whole week.
There will be 3 different sessions open for children to enroll in.
The first day camp session theme is Gold Rush. The program area will be transformed into
western fashion with cacti, stars and canyons. Children will ride stick ponies, pan for real gold, swim, listen to
campfire stories and more. This camp session will begin Monday June 13 th and end Friday June 17th.
The second day camp session theme is Super Heroes. Children will create their own super hero, illustrate a comic
strip, meet real community heroes, play laser tag and more. This camp session will begin Monday June 27 th and
end Friday July 1st.
The third day camp session theme is Down The Rabbit Hole (Alice in Wonderland). Kids will go on a creative journey this week, playing hedgehog croquet, visiting an animal park, having tea with the mad hatter, painting the
roses red and more. This camp session will begin Monday July 25 th and end Friday July 28th.
For more information on The Salvation Army of Oil City summer day camp program, please contact
Jenn at (814) 677-4056.
Venango Area Chamber of Commerce ● (814) 676-8521 ● www.venangochamber.org
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New Keystone Community Education Council webpage goes LIVE!
www.keystonecec.org
Open House Planned at the Coal Oil Johnny House
The public is invited to attend a free open house at the "Coal Oil Johnny
House" on Sunday, June 12 from 1 p.m. through 4 p.m. The home is located at
167 Old Bankson Road, Oil City (inside Oil Creek State Park at Rynd Farm.)
The Oil Region Alliance of Business, Industry & Tourism owns the historic
structure, officially referred to as the "McClintock-Steele-Waitz"
House.
Constructed circa 1850, the "post and plank" home was originally
inhabited by Sarah and Culbertson McClintock and their adopted children John
and Permelia Steele. Sarah McClintock began to improve the property with
wall coverings, carpets and furniture following the discovery of oil on the
property in 1862. Two years later, the widow died from burns sustained in a fire, and 21-year-old John Steele
became the sole owner of the house. With the income from oil wells on the property, Steele embarked on a two
-year spending spree, and it was during this time that he acquired the nickname of "Coal Oil Johnny."
In 2002, the "Coal Oil Johnny House" was moved 6/10 mile upstream to its current location at the Rynd Farm
Station of the Oil Creek & Titusville Railroad in Oil Creek State Park. To date, interior rehabilitation has included
the addition of insulation, electricity and stove heat to the building. Interior decoration is still in process, with
several antiques already on site. Period-appropriate items are being accepted as donations.
The rehabilitation project was financed by the PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources via a PA
Heritage Parks Program grant, the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission and private donors.
Randy Seitz, President and COO of the Oil Region Alliance, stated, "The Alliance is proud to provide continued
preservation of the Coal Oil Johnny House. We encourage the public to come out and take a look at this
important oil heritage site."
For more information about the open house, please contact Melissa Mann at (814) 800-483-6264, ext. 103
or [email protected]
“Building a Future for Venango Area Business!”
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