Chenango Boîte Festivité | négoce infos

On Thursday, June 16, Stony Creek Castle in Earlville will host the annual Commerce Chenango Gala.

According to a press release, the event “is a celebration for companies and individuals nominated by their peers and chosen for their accomplishments and accomplishments in the past year.”

“The businesses, organizations and people of Chenango County are truly amazing,” Commerce Chenango President and CEO Kerry Greene said in a press release. “I look forward to honoring their memory at the upcoming Gala. Not only will we celebrate the accomplishments and accomplishments of our distinguished recipients, but we will celebrate the entire Chenango County and highlight the projects, people and organizations that are working tirelessly to keep this momentum going.”

The Chenango Alumni Leadership Award, new for 2022, will be presented to Sarah Mahan-Greene.

Sherburn-based Steel Sales Inc. won the 2022 Small Business of the Year award.

This year’s Big Business of the Year award will be presented by Norwich-headquartered DCMO BOCES.

The Emerging Business Award will go to Erika’s Cakery of Bainbridge.

Known as the “Sammy” after Golden Artist Colors founder Sam Golden, the Entrepreneur of the Year award is given to “an individual or company that demonstrates creativity and imagination and has a strong entrepreneurial spirit. This year’s award that Emma Golden will present to Edsall Hodges, owner of the Columbus Public House.

Visit www.commercechenango.com and click events to register for the event. Snacks and the cash bar open at 5:30, followed by dinner and awards. The cost is $50 for members and $60 for the public.

Fox Hospital honored

for patient safety

In Spring 2022, Bassett Healthcare Network’s AO Fox Hospital received a Leapfrog hospital safety rating of “A”. According to a press release from Bassett, this national award “recognizes Fox’s achievements in protecting patients from preventable harm and errors in the hospital.”

“We are incredibly proud of our caregivers and practitioners at AO Fox Hospital who consistently achieve this prestigious recognition, the only hospital in our region to do so,” Dr. Tommy Ibrahim, President and CEO of Bassett, said in a press release.

The Leapfrog Group, an independent national watchdog, ranks general hospitals across the country based on more than 30 national performance indicators reflecting errors, accidents, injuries and infections, and the systems that hospitals have in place to prevent harm, it said. .

“These Leapfrog scores are rigorous,” said Dr. Henry Weil, Bassett’s chief academic and clinical director. “Achieving the highest A grade is a very significant feat.”

“As our national healthcare system continues to be challenged by the pandemic, I thank the staff and management of AO Fox Hospital for their continued commitment to patient safety day in and day out,” said Leah Binder, President and CEO of The Leapfrog. Group. “The ‘A’ safety rating is an outstanding achievement that would not be possible without the 24/7 work of all healthcare professionals to protect patients from harm. This community should be proud.”

To view full details of AO Fox Hospital grades and access patient advice on hospital safety, visit HospitalSafetyGrade.org.

survey company

adds employees to Delhi

JHA, a Delhi-based surveying firm, announced the addition of surveyors Nick Decker and Chris Oleniatz to its staff.

Decker has eight years of New York state surveying experience, according to a press release. Oleniash has been a land surveyor in New York for over 20 years. “He will participate in every re-trace survey conducted by the JHA, and each will carry the seal of approval of its professional land surveyor,” the statement said.

In addition to survey services, the JHA companies also provide on-site wastewater design, testing and design, environmental assessment, wetland delineation and GIS mapping, the release states.

For more information, visit https://jhacompanies.com/ or call 844-542-4757.

Chenango Commerce announces tourism grants

Commerce Chenango Tourism has announced the recipients of the newly created Tourism Grants Program. According to a press release, the grants program was made possible by funding from the local Chenango County residence tax.

The goal of the grants program is “to create a dedicated funding stream available to our tourism properties, businesses and organizations to promote and develop the tourism industry in Chenango County, thereby spurring economic growth,” it said in a statement.

Chenango County tourism-related businesses and event and festival organizers were encouraged to apply for funding of up to $1,000 per program or event.

Commerce Chenango Tourism Director Audrey Robinson said, “This is a great opportunity to provide some of our tourism organizations with a little extra funding to support their events and activities and provide additional opportunities for the area.”

Recipients included 6 On The Square, Chenango County Historical Society Museum, Chenango River Theatre, Compass Consulting and Contracting Services LLS DBA Expedition Chenango, Opera House Earlville, Friends of Rogers Environmental Education Center, Hidden Springs Brewery, Jericho Arts Council and the Norwich YMCA family . Gus Macker for a total of $7,945. According to the release, the projects approved for funding supported community events, programs or series of events “that aim to advance the historical, musical, entertainment and/or cultural traditions of the region.”

Visit www.chenangotourism.com for more information on Commerce Chenango Tourism services and programs.

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