We’re excited to announce that CompManagement will become Sedgwick as of March 1, 2021. Sedgwick’s commitment to Ohio employers remains as strong as ever. With more than 3,000 colleagues in Ohio, they will continue to offer the best workers’ compensation program solutions to help you mitigate risk and reduce costs. At Sedgwick, taking care of people is at the heart of everything they do, because caring counts®. Under the Sedgwick name, your team will continue to provide you with the best possible
Spotlight SpeakerAs a Pataskala Chamber member, you can sign up to be a Spotlight Speaker at the monthly Chamber meeting. You will have 3-5 minutes to tell us more about your business. Call or email the Chamber office to get on the schedule today!
February Chamber Meeting Sponsored by:The February Chamber Meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 16, 2021, from 11:30 am - 1:00 pm via Zoom. Jay Hottinger, Ohio State Senator, will be our main speaker. The topic is a Legislative Update.Senator Jay Hottinger represents the people of Ohio’s 31st Senate District, which includes all of Licking, Perry, Coshocton, Tuscarawas Counties and part of Holmes County. Jay has served as a public official since the age of 21, serving in capacities as a Newark city
We are excited to announce the Inaugural Pataskala Area Food, Beverage & Retail Trail 2021! The Trail booklets are being printed and will be delivered to the participating businesses when complete. Watch our social media for the official kickoff!Join us for the March 16th Chamber meeting to hear from Jeff Little from the Bureau of Workmen's Compensation. Do you know someone who may be interested in joining the Pataskala Chamber? Click HERE to see the membership packages.Need some business advice?
Contact: Lori Butts (Director) Hosanna Lutheran Childhood CenterLori.Butts@HLCCPreschool.org Phone: 740-964-6333 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 02/01/2021 PATASKALA PRESCHOOL CELEBRATING 30 YEARS IN LOCAL COMMUNITY Pataskala, OhioHosanna Lutheran Childhood Center will celebrate its 30th year serving children and families in the Pataskala area this coming fall. HLCC was founded in 1991 as a mission of Hosanna Lutheran Church. The
Read the February 2021 Licking County Update from Commissioner Tim BubbHERE.
Read the January Newsletter here: https://conta.cc/39c4TzM
Member to Member DealsWhen you join the Pataskala Area Chamber of Commerce you have the opportunity to offer a Member to Member Deal to fellow Chamber members. This benefit could potentially get you new customers and you will get an additional listing of your deal on the Chamber website. As a Pataskala Chamber member, you can also access all of the deals offered by your fellow Chamber members. It's a win, win! Here is a link to the Member to Member
We are excited to announce the Inaugural Pataskala Area Food, Beverage & Retail Trail 2021! We hope you consider participating in this special event! Pataskala Area Food, Beverage & Retail Trail 2021 gives local food lovers and shoppers the opportunity to support Pataskala Area businesses and establishments. The event's goal is to support our area's food and hospitality industry by highlighting a variety of culinary menus, from casual to fine dining, as well as stimulating business and revenue for
2020 Pataskala Chamber ReviewMany have found 2020 to be a challenging year. The Pataskala Area Chamber of Commerce was no exception. Despite the Coronavirus, we continued to look for ways to serve our members and our community. We added a page to the Chamber website with Coronavirus Resources that we thought our members and the community would find helpful. We started a new Facebook Group called Pataskala Area Business Updates for local businesses to post their changing information regarding hours and
CLICK HERE to read the January Licking County Update from Commissioner Tim Bubb.
Congratulations to the Non-Profit of the Year winner - West Licking Family YMCA and Business of the Year winner - Van Buren Acres! Winners were nominated by their fellow Chamber members and those nominations were carefully considered by our Board of Directors when voting on the winners. Dave Van Buren, Catherine Baird & Mark Van Buren/Dana Moore, YMCA DirectorPAST AWARD WINNERS Business of the Year 2017 – Quality Yard & Home Maintenance 2018 – Amanda Erwine State Farm 2019 – Little
The December Newsletter is here! To read it CLICK HERE.
Business Directory Listing & Website AdsWhen you join the Pataskala Area Chamber of Commerce you automatically have a page on our website directory. There are different membership packages that you can choose along with your basic dues. If you choose the Enhanced package or above you will be able to include more information including photos and videos on your page. If you choose the Bronze package or above you will be able to post banner ads on our website. The Silver package includes banners in more
BOD Election The BOD election is complete. The following Directors will begin their new 2-year term on January 1, 2021. Directors: Kelli Walker - Walker Accounting Laura Edelblute - Licking Memorial Health SystemsQuarantine Christmas PartyDon't forget to register for the Quarantine Christmas Party via Zoom on Wednesday, December 9th at 7:00 pm. PACC Award winners will be announced at the party. For more information click HERE.CLICK HERE to shop for some great gifts for Christmas! Proceeds
The November Chamber Meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 17, 2020, at 11:30 am - 1:00 pm via Zoom. Jennifer McDonald, Licking County Chamber of Commerce, will be our main speaker. The topic is An Economic Update: Small Business in Licking County. Licking County Chamber President, Jennifer McDonald, will discuss the state of the local economy and how businesses are navigating the economic challenges brought on by the pandemic. She will address workforce challenges and opportunities, financial aid
BOD Election The Pataskala Area Chamber of Commerce will be holding its Board elections at the November meeting. Two directors' positions are up for election this November. Per Section 5 of the Constitution and Bylaws of the Pataskala Area Chamber of Commerce, the President appointed a nominating committee in September. This group has selected candidates from the membership who are willing to serve a two-year term on the Board of Directors. Ballots will be emailed to voting members within 10 days of the
The SOCA Benefit PlanLet us introduce you to a health plan that gives small businesses like yours an easier, more affordable way to offer health benefits – with a lot less worry. It’s called the SOCA Benefit Plan! The financial stability you’ve been looking for. The Southern Ohio Chamber Alliance (SOCA) has teamed up with Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield to offer businesses with 2 to 50 employees an opportunity to participate in a large, self-funded pool backed by Anthem. With benefits and
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The National Advocates is pleased to announce that Brian Joslyn of The Joslyn Law Firm in Columbus has been selected for inclusion into its Top 100 attorneys in Ohio as a Top 30Matrimonial and Family Lawyer. It is an honor available only to a select group of lawyers in recognition of their superior skills & qualifications as top attorneys in their primary areas of practice. The selection for this exclusive list is limited to only 100 attorneys in each state or highly populated region of a state. That Top
Title IX: Rights of the Accused Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972 provides the process by which colleges and universities handle complaints of sexual discrimination, including sexual harassment and sexual assault. It applies to every college and university that receives federal funding. While the process for Title IX investigations can vary from school to school, the process does not favor the accused. Too often, college students are falsely accused of sexual assault and don’t have the rights