The Geneva Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated its annual Membership Harvest Celebration at Lincoln Hill Farms in Canandaigua on September 27, marking its most successful gathering to date with a sold-out crowd of 150 attendees.
This event featured a unique harvest buffet courtesy of Lincoln Hill, live entertainment by regional musician Brent Bond and his band “Ghost Mold,” and a notable addition of a goat meet and greet amid the sunflower fields in full bloom. Chamber President, Miranda Odell, expressed gratitude to Lincoln Hill Farms for their hospitality and highlighted the significance of the event, noting its growing popularity and its importance as a venue for community engagement in the region.
The Chamber acknowledged the event’s sponsors, with Four Winds Chimney standing out as the 2023 Promotional Sponsor. Other significant supporters included Five Star Bank, Massa Construction, and Geneva Club Beverage, among others.
The Membership Harvest Celebration is pivotal for the Chamber as one of its two primary annual fundraisers, helping sustain and expand the range of programs and services it offers to its member businesses. Odell thanked all contributors for their support, emphasizing their vital role in the event’s success. The Chamber’s next gathering, the Business After Hours Networking Mixer, is slated for November 8 at the Geneva Sons & Daughters of Italy.
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