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What may be an all-time record for attendance at a ribbon cutting (the Chamber doesn’t keep such records) became some of the first people to see the brand new Iron Fork sign on the front of the Frosty Valley clubhouse on Wednesday afternoon, July 18, as the management, staff and new ownership at Frosty Valley showcased its new public restaurant and Barn at Frosty Valley with a ribbon cutting and subsequent Business After Hours.
Following the ribbon cutting, which kicked off the late-afternoon festivities, attendees had an opportunity to enjoy drinks and food from the Iron Fork in the adjoining spacious Iron Room, as well as the outdoor patio, where there was live music all afternoon. Some attendees also made their way over to the packed Iron Fork restaurant following the event for a larger meal. There was also a tour of the new Barn at Frosty Valley, the area’s newest banquet facility, which can seat up to 300 people for events such as weddings, corporate events and other similar types of gatherings.
Business After Hours provide regular opportunities to build business relationships while learning about the services offered by other Chamber members. The next Business After Hours will be held at the Ronald McDonald House of Danville, located at North Academy Ave. and Trembulak Way on the Geisinger campus, on Wednesday, Aug. 15, from 4:30-6:30 p.m.