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Newman Elder Law
Park Terrace, 275 S. Main Street, Suite 6, Doylestown
Phone: 2672885765     Website
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Debbie Goetz Media Connections, LLC
1518 Spearmint Circle, Jamison
Phone: 2156305408     Website
NOVA Virtual Auction & Gala a Roaring Success! Proceeds from an “Evening in the Roaring 20s” will benefit NOVA programs and services
(BUCKS COUNTY, Pa.) Network of Victim Assistance’s (NOVA) virtual Evening in the Roaring 20s Auction & Gala, was a roaring success. Guests were invited to learn the Charleston, bid on silent auction items, and hear from NOVA clients and special guest speaker, Rachael Denhollander, all from the comfort of their own home. The hour-long, live program took place via GoToWebinar and featured 1920's themed entertainment, a silent auction with 200+ items, and a wine pull. The event raised more than $75,000, which will support NOVA’s services and educational programs. Rachael Denhollander, an attorney, author, educator and sexual abuse victims’ advocate was the evening’s guest speaker. Denhollander came to prominence in 2016 when she was the first woman to pursue criminal charges and speak publicly against USA Gymnastics’ team doctor Larry Nassar. As a result, 300 women came forward as victims of Nassar abuse. Denhollander’s work led to Nassar’s imprisonment, numerous charges filed against University of Michigan officials and USA Gymnastics executives and a record-setting $500 million settlement with Michigan State University for Nassar survivors in 2018. In 2019, she published an account of her experience called, What is a Girl Worth?: My Story of Breaking the Silence and Exposing the Truth about Larry Nassar and USA Gymnastics. During her remarks, Denhollander commended NOVA for their efforts on behalf of victims of sexual assault in Bucks County, “From the very beginning of prevention all the way through to healing and pursuing justice, NOVA brings together a team to empower survivors to speak up; to give them the tools to build resilience to walk from victim to survivor; and to help the community understand better how help victims to build resilience and empowerment.” She continued, “Hope is a beautiful thing and it is a privilege to be able to stand together to spread it. In order for the culture of abuse to change, it takes all of us together standing.” Angela McGettigan, Director of Community Relations and Development, NOVA, remarked, “We were extremely honored and grateful to have Rachael Denhollander as our special guest for this year’s Gala. We are so proud of her courage to speak out about her own experiences as a victim/survivor of sexual assault and her hard work and advocacy on behalf of others.” The Presenting Sponsor for an Evening in the Roaring 20s was EC Fence & Ironworks, Inc. EC Fence and Ironworks, Inc. has been supporting NOVA’s auction and other fundraising events for the past 9 years. For more information about EC Fence & Iron Works Inc., visit www.ecfence.net. Fox Trot Sponsors included Penn Community Bank and Parx Casino. Tango Sponsors included Bensalem Township Police Department, Univest Financial, and Worth & Company, Inc. Waltz Sponsors included Antheil, Maslow & MacMinn, LLP, Goldsteins' Rosenberg's Raphael-Sacks, Inc., Kreischer Miller, Marshall Grezlak Wealth Advisory Services, Inc. and O'Neill Nissan, Inc. ABOUT NOVA Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA) supports, counsels and empowers victims of sexual assault and other serious crimes in Bucks County and works to prevent and eliminate violence in society through advocacy, training, community education and based organization operating out of three offices in Fairless Hills, Jamison and Perkasie. Services are made possible through the financial support of federal, state and local government grants and contracts, corporations, foundations and private donations. All contributions are tax deductible to the extent provided by law. For more information, visit www.NOVABucks.org. ### Editor’s Note: Photo courtesy of Rachael Denhollander Rachael Denhollander was the special guest speaker at NOVA’s Evening in the Roaring 20s Virtual gala. Denhollander is an attorney, author, educator and sexual abuse victims’ advocate. She came to prominence in 2016 as the first woman to pursue criminal charges and speak publicly against USA Gymnastics’ team doctor Larry Nassar. As a result, 300 women came forward as victims of Nassar abuse. Denhollander’s work lead to Nassar’s imprisonment, numerous charges filed against University of Michigan officials and USA Gymnastics executives and a record-setting $500 million settlement with Michigan State University for Nassar survivors in 2018. In 2019, she published an account of her experience called, What is a Girl Worth?: My Story of Breaking the Silence and Exposing the Truth about Larry Nassar and USA Gymnastics.
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Network of Victim Assistance
2370 Old York Rd #B1, Jamison
Phone: 2153436543     Website
NETWORK OF VICTIM ASSISTANCE PROMOTES GRACE WHEELER TO DIRECTOR OF PREVENTION AND TRAINING
BUCKS COUNTY, PA. Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA) is pleased to announce that Grace Wheeler has been promoted to Director of PREVENTION & TRAINING. Wheeler previously served as NOVA’s County Coordinator for the Safe and Healthy Communities Initiative. Prior to joining NOVA, Wheeler was the Program Coordinator at the Peace Center in Langhorne. Wheeler provides leadership for prevention and training programs to children, youth, and community members and professionals who work with young people. She leads the prevention and training team with strategic development and implementation of prevention and training goals and strategies. Wheeler has a Master of Arts degree in International Peace and Conflict Resolution from Arcadia University and has a dual Bachelor of Arts degree in International /Global Studies and Anthropology from the State University of New York College at Cortland. She is a certified mediator in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and a certified facilitator in multiple trainings including: Stewards of Children®, Safe Touches, and Healing and Rebuilding Our Communities. In addition, Wheeler has worked in conflict zones such as Rwanda, Northern Ireland and Sierra Leone. “Grace has done great things throughout her career and we are very pleased that she is now the Director of Education & Prevention,” said Mandy Mundy, Associate Director, NOVA. “I am confident that Grace’s skills, style and experience will serve NOVA’s prevention department well in working to advance abuse, assault and harassment prevention and training efforts in Bucks County.” ### ABOUT NOVA Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA) supports, counsels and empowers victims of sexual assault and other serious crimes in Bucks County and works to prevent and eliminate violence in society through advocacy, training, community education and prevention programs. Founded in 1974, NOVA is a non-profit 501(c)(3), community-based organization operating out of three offices in Fairless Hills, Jamison and Perkasie. Services are made possible through the financial support of federal, state and local government grants and contracts, corporations, foundations and private donations. All contributions are tax deductible to the extent provided by law. For more information, visit www.NOVABucks.org. Photo Caption (photo courtesy of NOVA): Grace Wheeler has been promoted to the position of Director of Education & Prevention at Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA). She previously served as NOVA’s County Coordinator for Safe and Healthy Communities. She has been a member of the NOVA staff since 2018
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Network of Victim Assistance
2370 Old York Rd #B1, Jamison
Phone: 2153436543     Website
Network of Victim Assistance Recognized as a “Partner in Prevention” by Darkness to Light Designation recognizes NOVA’s commitment to protect the children of Bucks County from sexual abuse
(BUCKS COUNTY, PA) Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA), Bucks County’s comprehensive service agency for victims of sexual assault and other serious crimes, has achieved Partner in Prevention status, a designation awarded by the nonprofit Darkness to Light, which works to protect the children they serve by training staff to understand the issue of child sexual abuse, identify unsafe situations and practices, and react responsibly in the best interest of the children they serve. NOVA earned the Partner in Prevention designation by providing the Stewards of Children® training to over 90 percent of its employees, completing background checks for all employees, and by requiring that situations where one adult is alone with a child be observable and interruptible. Partner in Prevention was created as a national standard to help parents and caregivers recognize organizations that take child protection seriously, by implementing policies and training staff to prevent child sexual abuse. “We are proud to be a Partner in Prevention with Darkness to Light; this designation further affirms our commitment to keeping children safe,” said Grace Wheeler, Director of Prevention and Training at NOVA. “As an agency which provides services for children, it is important for every employee to be well-versed in best practices for child sexual abuse prevention and how to respond should they suspect or know that abuse has happened. The Stewards of Children® program has been a tremendous opportunity to train our staff.” Darkness to Light is an international organization that leads the movement to end child sexual abuse by educating and empowering adults in education, youth serving organizations, and communities to protect children. Darkness to Light has affiliates in all 50 states and 17 international locations. To learn more about child sexual abuse prevention training visit www.novabucks.org/stopcsa, or to apply to become a Partner in Prevention, visit www.d2l.org/education/partner-in-prevention/become/. ### About NOVA Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA) supports, counsels and empowers victims of sexual assault and other serious crimes in Bucks County and works to prevent and eliminate violence in society through advocacy, training, community education and prevention programs. Founded in 1974, NOVA is a non-profit 501©(3), community-based organization operating out of three offices in Fairless Hills, Jamison and Perkasie. Services are made possible through the financial support of federal, state and local government grants and contracts, corporations, foundations and private donations. All contributions are tax deductible to the extent provided by law. For more information, visit www.NOVABucks.org. About Darkness to Light Darkness to Light is a nonprofit organization with the mission to empower adults to prevent child sexual abuse. Through education and awareness, the organization seeks to create a safer world for children to grow and thrive. Darkness to Light’s flagship program, Stewards of Children®, is an award-winning training that teaches adults to prevent, recognize and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. More than 1.8 million adults including educators, youth serving professionals, organization volunteers, and community members have been certified in the program. Stewards of Children® is the only evidence-informed training of its kind, with the largest network of child protection advocates in the world as facilitators. For more information, visit www.D2L.org.
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SCORE Bucks County, PA
11 Welden Drive Suite 100, Doylestown
Phone: 2159438850     Website

SCORE Bucks Helps Biz Owner Relocate, Increase Customer Base Amid Pandemic Lyne Walke felt unseen among the other retailers at Valley Square in Warrington. Her lash and brow bar was situated at the end of the shopping center, resulting in little foot traffic and customers having difficulty finding her. She tried marketing her business, creating packages and more to boost business. Insight from her SCORE Bucks County mentor Nina De Rosa helped Walke realize that her business, LC Lash & Brow Bar, was not in its ideal location. On Oct. 1, Walke relocated her 4-year-old business to downtown Doylestown at 146 W. State St. LC Lash & Brow Bar specializes in eyelash extensions, microblading, facials, full body waxing, makeup, and other beauty treatments. “I’ve had more walk-in traffic and it’s more visible,” Walke said. “In Doylestown it’s like a business community … Everybody supports everybody. That is something that I did not have at my other location.” Working with De Rosa helped Walke in “not feeling alone” and gave her direction throughout the ever-changing business landscape in the wake of the pandemic. De Rosa, who has more than 40 years’ experience in human resources, has enjoyed working with Walke and looks forward to seeing her business continue to grow. “She is a positive and upbeat individual who sees the bright side of even the most negative things,” De Rosa said. Walke, a Philadelphia native who now calls Bucks County home, said she would recommend SCORE “100 percent” to other business owners and entrepreneurs. Even when their mentoring session has concluded for the day, Walke said De Rosa is “always watching” and sends follow up emails or reaches out with new ideas to share. “You need the support, and you need to be able to bounce ideas off people,” she said. “Nina’s just amazing. She’s so easy to talk to. I’m able to share all my ideas with her.” About SCORE Since 1964, SCORE has helped more than 8.5 million aspiring entrepreneurs. Each year, SCORE provides small business mentoring and workshops to more than 375,000 new and growing small businesses. With 50 members across the county, SCORE Bucks County provides over 1,500 free mentoring services annually to local small business owners through one-on-one counseling and small business seminars. To stay up to date on news and happenings, join SCORE Bucks County’s email list. Text SCOREBUCKS to 22828.
SCORE Bucks County, PA
Webinar, Doylestown
Phone: 2159438850     Website

SCORE Bucks to Offer Free Webinar on Financial, Business Planning Starting and running a business requires planning. In SCORE Bucks County’s Feb. 2 webinar, “Financial/Business Planning Basics,” current and would-be business owners will learn to effectively plan to operate a business. A well-thought-out business plan serves: • As a guide during the start-up period and beyond • To enable the business owner to effectively allocate funds and resources • As a necessary component to attract new customers, potential lenders, and/or equity investors To learn more or register for the free Financial/Business Planning Basics webinar, please visit https://buckscounty.score.org/event/financialbusiness-planning-basics. For more information on SCORE Bucks County’s free resources for entrepreneurs and small business owners, join SCORE certified mentor Marissa Bloedoorn for a free webinar on Feb. 9, “Back to Basics – Understanding SCORE, Our Partners, and Resources.” To learn more or register for the Feb. 9 webinar, please visit https://buckscounty.score.org/event/back-basics-understanding-score-our-partners-and-resources. About SCORE Since 1964, SCORE has helped more than 8.5 million aspiring entrepreneurs. Each year, SCORE provides small business mentoring and workshops to more than 375,000 new and growing small businesses. With 50 members across the county, SCORE Bucks County provides over 1,500 free mentoring services annually to local small business owners through one-on-one counseling and small business seminars. To stay up to date on news and happenings, join SCORE Bucks County’s email list. Text SCOREBUCKS to 22828.
NOVA
2370 Old York Rd #B1, Jamison
Phone: 2153436543     Website
NETWORK OF VICTIM ASSISTANCE PROMOTES MANDY MUNDY TO ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR
BUCKS COUNTY, PA. Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA) is pleased to announce that long time employee, Mandy Mundy, has been promoted to Associate Director. Mundy was previously the Senior Director of Programs and Services, and she replaces Kathy Bennett who departed from NOVA in 2017 to become the Director of the Bucks County Area Agency on Aging. Mundy brings her 20 plus years of experience at NOVA to the role. She began her career at NOVA as a school specialist in the 1990s. Mundy’s work over the years has evolved to include oversight of education and training for the organization, grant writing, fundraising, special event planning, project management and team leadership. She was also responsible for the direction and coordination of programs and services, including Bucks Coalition Against Trafficking (BCAT) and Keystone Crisis Intervention Team (KCIT). Mundy was also a recipient of the Governor’s Victim Service Pathfinders Award for Prevention Education and Outreach for Pennsylvania. “Mandy is a motivator and brings energy and enthusiasm to the everyday work environment,” said Penny Ettinger, Executive Director of NOVA. “Her history with NOVA, coupled with her ability to think strategically and her aptitude for creating partnerships with other organizations to improve the quality of life for victims and their families, is exceptional. We are very pleased that she is now our Associate Director." Mundy received her Bachelor’s Degree from Bloomsburg University and her Master’s Degree in Nonprofit Leadership from LaSalle University. She and her husband Jim are Bucks County natives and live with their two children in Doylestown, PA. Mundy serves on the Board of Trustees for Solebury School in New Hope, PA. ABOUT NOVA Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA) supports, counsels and empowers victims of sexual assault and other serious crimes in Bucks County and works to prevent and eliminate violence in society through advocacy, training, community education and prevention programs. Founded in 1974, NOVA is a non-profit 501(c)(3), community-based organization operating out of three offices in Fairless Hills, Jamison and Perkasie. Services are made possible through the financial support of federal, state and local government grants and contracts, corporations, foundations and private donations. All contributions are tax deductible to the extent provided by law. For more information, visit www.NOVABucks.org. ###
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NOVA
2370 York Road, Suite B1 , Jamison
Phone: 2153436543     Website
Fitt Family Fund Supports Network of Victim Assistance
(JAMISON, Pa.) Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA), an organization that serves victims of sexual assault and other serious crimes in Bucks County, was the recipient of a recent grant from the Robert and Elaine Fitt Family Fund of the Philadelphia Foundation, following a recommendation by Robert and Elaine Fitt. “Mr. and Mrs. Fitt’s gift will ensure that NOVA can continue to provide important services like our Children’s Advocacy Center and our school programs on personal safety to young children,” said Penny Ettinger, Executive Director of NOVA. “Their gift shows both the Fitt Family’s commitment to the community and the power of philanthropy to transform lives.” NOVA was founded in 1974 as one of the first rape crisis centers in Pennsylvania. Today, NOVA is the comprehensive crime victims service and prevention center that supports, counsels and empowers sexual assault victims and victims of other serious crimes in Bucks County. NOVA works to prevent and eliminate violence in society through advocacy, training, community education and prevention programs. “NOVA is one of the premier non-profit organizations in Bucks County that promotes, supports and fosters the rights of crime victims,” said Robert Fitt. “The work NOVA does provides victims with the strength and resources to address their needs while at the same time respecting their diversity, dignity and privacy.” About NOVA: Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA) supports, counsels and empowers victims of sexual assault and other serious crimes in Bucks County and works to prevent and eliminate violence in society through advocacy, training, community education and prevention programs. Founded in 1974, NOVA is a non-profit 501(c)(3), community-based organization operating out of three offices in Fairless Hills, Jamison and Perkasie. Services are made possible through the financial support of federal, state and local government grants and contracts, corporations, foundations and private donations. All contributions are tax deductible to the extent provided by law. For more information, go to www.NOVABucks.org. About the Robert and Elaine Fitt Family Fund of the Philadelphia Foundation: The Robert and Elaine Fitt Family Fund was established in 2005 as a donor advised fund with the Philadelphia Foundation. It provides a perpetual source of funding to nonprofits recommended by the couple and approved by the foundation’s Board of Managers. Future generations of the Fitt family also will be able to direct grants to support the nonprofit organizations of their choosing. Currently, support is focused on worthwhile community institutions such as NOVA, as well as organizations focusing on education and the arts. About the Philadelphia Foundation Founded in 1918, the Philadelphia Foundation strengthens the economic, social and civic vitality of Greater Philadelphia. Philadelphia Foundation grows effective philanthropic investment, connects individuals and institutions across sectors and geography, and advances civic initiatives through partnerships and collaboration. A publicly supported foundation, the Philadelphia Foundation manages more than 1,000 charitable funds established by its donors and makes over 1,000 grants and scholarship awards each year. To learn more, visit www.philafound.org. ## 30 ##
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SCORE Bucks County, PA
11 Welden Drive Suite 100, Doylestown
Phone: 2159438850     Website

SCORE Bucks to Launch 6-Part Workshop Series on Starting a Business If starting a business is your New Year’s resolution for 2021, you are in luck. SCORE Bucks County is offering a free six-part workshop series, “Simple Steps for Starting Your Business.” The first virtual workshop will be held on Jan. 11, with subsequent webinars to follow every two weeks, with the final session on March 22. Each virtual workshop will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. SCORE Bucks mentor and coach, consultant and trainer Kathleen Donohue will lead the interactive virtual workshop. Designed by successful entrepreneurs, this SCORE-designed and mentor-supported program offers the structure and support entrepreneurs need. Part 1: Content of a Business Plan and the Types of Business Structures In this workshop, attendees will gain a better understanding of the purpose and content of a business plan and consider the type of business structure that is best for you. In this session you will:  Review the options for owning your own business  Evaluate your business idea’s feasibility  Develop a vision statement for your business Part 2: Developing Your Business Concept In this workshop, you will develop your business concept by evaluating your market and framing your business potential. In this session you will:  Develop an outline of your business concept  Identify key data to understand your client and market  Identify your marketing strategy Part 3: Your Marketing Plan - Competition, Message, and Pricing In this workshop, you will develop a marketing plan for your business. In this session you will:  Identify and characterize your competition  Develop your marketing message  Understand and develop your pricing strategy Part 4: Your Marketing Plan - Using the Business Model Canvas In this workshop, you will continue building your marketing plan. In this session you will:  Identify your product and service proposal using the Business Model Canvas  Identify your customers and specify their needs (your target market)  Identify your partners and their needs, as well as your needs of them Part 5: Startup Costs, Cash Flow, and Your Financial Plan In this workshop, you will develop the financial aspects of your business plan. In this session you will:  Understand and calculate your start-up costs  Identify the elements of your cash flow, and how to manage it  Develop your financial plan Part 6: Financing Options and Using Your Business Plan to Procure Financing In this workshop, you will understand the options for financing your business and get ready to launch. In this session you will:  Review financing options  Learn how to use your business plan to obtain financing  Set yourself to jump in To learn more or register for the “Simple Steps for Starting Your Business” virtual workshop series, please visit https://buckscounty.score.org/score-bucks-county-presents-simple-steps-starting-your-business. About SCORE Since 1964, SCORE has helped more than 8.5 million aspiring entrepreneurs. Each year, SCORE provides small business mentoring and workshops to more than 375,000 new and growing small businesses. With 50 members across the county, SCORE Bucks County provides over 1,500 free mentoring services annually to local small business owners through one-on-one counseling and small business seminars. To stay up to date on news and happenings, join SCORE Bucks County’s email list. Text SCOREBUCKS to 22828.
Doylestown Health
595 W. State Street , Doylestown
Phone: 215-345-2200     Website
Doylestown Health Celebrates Dedication of Clark Outpatient Rehabilitation Center
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SCORE Bucks County, PA
11 Welden Drive Suite 100, Doylestown
Phone: 2159438850     Website

SCORE Bucks County Achieves Platinum Level Status The recognition is the highest for any local chapter of the national organization. For the second year in a row, SCORE National has awarded SCORE Bucks County the 2020 Platinum Leadership Award, the highest recognition possible for any local chapter. Notably, only a small percentage of SCORE’s 348 chapters nationwide qualify for this annual honor. SCORE Bucks County Chairwoman Linda Zangrilli said the chapter provided 2,457 services to Bucks County small business owners and entrepreneurs from Oct. 1, 2019 through Sept. 30, 2020 – a 63.26 percent increase in total services as compared to the previous year of 1,505 total services. “Because of COVID we dramatically increased the number of services we provided to the community,” she said. “Business owners have turned to organizations like ours to keep them alive.” In addition to offering free webinars on a range of topics, including starting a franchise, cash flow management, business funding, and sales and marketing, SCORE Bucks members provide free virtual mentoring sessions, as well as email and telephone sessions with clients. Prior to COVID, most one-on-one mentoring sessions and educational workshops were held in-person. “Everything is virtual,” she said. “It has actually been a benefit for a lot of people to do their sessions via video.” As part of the Platinum Leadership Award designation, SCORE National reviews more than 20 areas, including assessments from client, technical skills, ethics, leadership, diversity among the chapter’s volunteer mentors, and total services within their area. Zangrilli said she was proudest of the chapter’s 93 percent net promoter score, which is calculated based on surveys that clients complete rating their SCORE mentor and the likelihood of recommending SCORE to someone else. “The Platinum Leadership Award exemplifies not only the quantity of work SCORE Bucks has undertaken, but more importantly the quality of our work as reported by our clients,” Zangrilli said. “The qualifier for this honor is customer satisfaction as shown by positive feedback from our clients. We have succeeded in our mission only if they say so.” For the coming year, Zangrilli said she plans to make greater strides for volunteer and client engagement. “We’re going in the right direction,” she said. About SCORE Since 1964, SCORE has helped more than 8.5 million aspiring entrepreneurs. Each year, SCORE provides small business mentoring and workshops to more than 375,000 new and growing small businesses. With 50 members across the county, SCORE Bucks County provides over 1,500 free mentoring services annually to local small business owners through one-on-one counseling and small business seminars. To stay up to date on news and happenings, join SCORE Bucks County’s email list. Text SCOREBUCKS to 22828.
SCORE Bucks County
11 Welden Drive Suite 100, Doylestown
Phone: 2159438850     Website

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SCORE Bucks County
11 Welden Drive Suite 100, Doylestown
Phone: 215-943-8850     Website

SCORE Bucks Teams Up to Offer 5 Women-Focused Webinars The five-part series begins Oct. 28 and continues through February 2021. Helping women business owners bounce back from the pandemic is the goal of a five-part Women’s Small Business Virtual Workshop Series offered by SCORE Bucks County in collaboration with the Small Business Administration and the TriCounty and the Chester and Delaware County chapters of SCORE. All webinars are offered free of charge and will be held at 9 a.m. on each of the five respective dates. The first Webinar, “How to Rebound and Find New Ways to Adjust to the ‘New Normal,’ will be held on Oct. 28. The webinar features a panel discussion with an overview of the four strategic topics covered in the four detailed sessions: wellness, business operations/finance, marketing, and diversity. On Nov. 18, “Dear ReZilient Women, It is OK Not to be OK” will be held. This webinar will explore realistic expectations, such as what makes this pandemic more stressful than other times in history; and what is the difference in mental wellness and mental illness. The third webinar, “Recovery Continues – Updates on SBA Programs and Services – Economic Injury” will be offered on Dec. 16. A representative from the Eastern Pennsylvania SBA district office will update attendees on ongoing disaster assistance programs to help small businesses recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, how to apply for the Paycheck Protection Program Loan Forgiveness and updates on programs moving forward. On Jan. 13, “How to Reach Your Clients’ Ideas on the Internet in the New Normal” will be held. The marketing-focused webinar will provide an overview of how business owners can build their know, like and trust; how to plan out content; and more. The final webinar, “Unconscious Bias, a Major Leadership Blind Spot in Your Small Business Operation” will be held on Feb. 17. This interactive session will address best practices for small business owners to effectively create inclusivity in the business and products; how to appreciate cultural diversity; how words and behavior can impact others; and offer strategies for incorporating inclusion and diversity into entrepreneurial endeavors. Webinars are offered free of charge. To learn more, or register, visit https://buckscounty.score.org/women%E2%80%99s-small-business-virtual-workshop-series. About SCORE    Since 1964, SCORE has helped more than 8.5 million aspiring entrepreneurs. Each year, SCORE provides small business mentoring and workshops to more than 375,000 new and growing small businesses. With 50 members across the county, SCORE Bucks County provides over 1,500 free mentoring services annually to local small business owners through one-on-one counseling and small business seminars. To stay up to date on news and happenings, join SCORE Bucks County’s email list. Text SCOREBUCKS to 22828.
Bucks County Country Gentlemen
313 W. State Street, Doylestown Summers: 700 N Shady Retreat Rd, Doylestown, Doylestown
Phone: 2672217747     Website
We rehearse Tuesdays at 7PM. Please join us, we love guests!
We are a 40-member barbershop chorus serving Doylestown and surrounding counties with a cappella entertainment. We are the Bucks County chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society! We rehearse Tuesdays at 7PM. Please join us, we love guests! During the school year we're usually at Lenape Middle School, 313 W. State Street, Doylestown (facing school front, right-most doors) . During the summer we're at the Central Bucks Senior Center, 700 N Shady Retreat Rd, Doylestown.
Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce

215-348-3913

Bailiwick, Suite 23, 252 W. Swamp Rd. (Rt. 313)
Doylestown, PA 18901 (map it)

Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce