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  • Chagrin Valley Young Professionals Group


    Are you a young leader -- or hope to become one?    Our Chagrin Valley Young Professionals Group (YPG) might be for you.

    Why join?   By becoming a member, you can build your business network by meeting other young professionals in the Chagrin Valley through participating in social, community and professional development programs.  YPG will give young leaders, such as yourself, a chance to exchange ideas, grow professionally and share common interests with others like you.

    The group meets the second Wednesday of the month at Panera Bread on E. Washington from 9-10 am.  It's an informal gathering of young professionals for networking and education.  Stop by to learn what's the next event.

    Find us on Facebook - search for Chagrin Valley YPG, and get updates on events around town for young professionals.

    If you are a young professional and are interested in becoming part of this exciting new group of the Chagrin Valley Chamber of Commerce, call 440.247.6607 or email info@cvcc.org.

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  • Dewey Forward

    Dewey Forward - Immediate Past President
    Owner The Popcorn Shop

     More about The Popcorn Shop here.

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  • Meet Me @ 5 at the Glass Asylum

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    Name: Meet Me @ 5 at the Glass Asylum
    Date: September 27, 2017
    Time: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM EDT
    Registration: Sorry, public registration for this event has been closed.
    Event Description:
    Wednesday, September 27
    Glass Asylum, 22 West Orange Street
    5:00 – 7:00 pm
    Light appetizers and beverages provided
    Glass blowing demonstration (piece made at demonstration will be raffled off at the end of the evening)

    As the premier glass-blowing studio in Northeast Ohio, The Glass Asylum produces hand crafted glass art and light fixtures. We also teach classes, rent studio time and host events. Our ultimate goal is to offer multiple outlets for the public and art community to expand their appreciation and knowledge of the art of glass-blowing.

    Once a hobby, Chris took his passion for glassblowing and turned it into a full-time, full access studio. As owner and artist of The Glass Asylum, he is deeply committed to the studio’s vision to be the premiere teaching facility, artist’s studio and gallery in Northeast Ohio. Chris is particularly interested in creating translucent glass fixtures for retail and industrial settings. His work is on display at several of Cleveland’s upscale restaurants. A self-taught artist, he encourages everyone to explore the fascinating art of glassblowing by enrolling in one of the many 1-hour workshops offered at the studio throughout the year. Chris is a native of Cleveland who spent five years serving in the United States Marine Corp. He is a licensed electrician with Crimaldi and Son, an electrical company he manages with his father.

    Please register for this event.

    22 West Orange Street, CF
    Date/Time Information:
    Wednesday, September 27
    Contact Information:
    Free Chamber members
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