Looking to connect with other professionals in Allegany County? Come join the Allegany County Young Professionals Group at the Wellsville Creative Arts Center on Thursday, October 26th at 6:00pm for an evening of great food, networking, and fun!
“We had a successful kick-off event in April, but decided to take the Summer off due to busy schedules. Our Leadership Team decided that a late-October event would help pull people in, especially with the cozy atmosphere of the Creative Arts Center. This will be an excellent event to attend to familiarize everyone with ACYPG’s mission and goals.” Halley Kottwitz, Chairperson, ACYPG
This is a free night of coffee, food, and friends at the cozy WCAC. Specialty pizza’s, salad, coffee & cookies will be provided and adult drinks available for purchase. Learn more about Allegany County Young Professionals Group and we would like to learn more about what you would like to see in the future.
“The Greater Allegany County chamber of commerce supports and encourages the ACYPG’s efforts in developing our next generation of leaders! Providing opportunities for information sharing, networking and growth of younger professionals is key to the future development and growth in Allegany County.” Gretchen Hanchett, Greater Allegany County Chamber, executive director
Craig Clark will be speaking at the event to highlight recent developments in Allegany County and answer questions from the group.
“Allegany County knows our young professionals are key to the future of the county and we look forward to engaging the ACYPG and all of our residents in advancing economic and community development.” Craig R. Clark, PE, PhD
ACYPG is a direct result of the future-focused thinking of the Greater Allegany County Chamber of Commerce and Allegany County Economic Development Team. The purpose of the Allegany County Young Professionals Group is to provide support professionally and socially to the next generation of leaders in Allegany County. This group’s goal is to give young professionals the ability to successfully enjoy life in the County and have a combination of the following: Family, Career, House, Community, Recreation, and Spirituality.