Milford, PA: The historic town of Milford was hit hard by the storm on Friday, June 26, 2009. All of the Milford businesses were without power for almost a full day or more, many are just beginning to reopen their doors. The food establishments on the main streets as well as the outer areas, such as the Historic Mill, were especially impacted, as enormous amounts of fresh food, such as meats, produce and ice cream, had to be discarded. “The revenue loss of a summer weekend for our local businesses is really devastating in these tough economic times,” stated Danielle Jordan, Executive Director of the Pike County Chamber of Commerce. Because a thriving business community affects all of us who live here, the Chamber of Commerce is reaching out to the public for help. Jordan encouraged, “Our local businesses need the local citizen’s support. They need your help. Please come to town; shop, have a wonderful meal or take someone special out for an ice cream treat.” You can make a difference. We look forward to seeing you around town!
Historic Milford Celebrates July 4th
Posted on June 25, 2009
Milford, PA: The historic town of Milford unveils plans to celebrate the upcoming patriotic holiday in grand style from noon to 5pm on Saturday, July 4. There will be costumed characters in front of the Pike County Chamber of Commerce welcoming people into town. The celebrations will begin at the Library at 11:30am with Bagpipes and an opening ceremony. The Declaration of Independence will be read by the American Readers Theatre, the VFW Honor Guard will present the American Flag and the local Boy Scout Troop will lead the Pledge of Allegiance. Pike County Chamber of Commerce Board President, Susan Hines will welcome all to Milford and the National Anthem will be sung by local resident, Miss Morgane Fouse. For the remainder of the afternoon, entertainment events for all ages will be spread out at various locations throughout the downtown area. Macaroni the Clown will be at The Artisan Exchange, The Adventures of Christopher Otter and the Milford Performing Arts Dancers and will perform at the Old Lumberyard. The Columns Museum and other locations will be the stage for additional dancing by the Dance Center of Port Jervis, the Delaware Dancers and Dance Connections. The Deanery Choir will be singing patriotic songs at the Library. In addition, there will also be a showing of antique cars, the Corvette Club and a Motorcycle Show throughout the town. Children can also enjoy face painting at the Firefly toy shop. The local businesses and restaurants will be in the red-white-blue theme and music will fill the town. This community event is brought to our citizens by the Milford Business Council. For more information and a schedule of events, please visit or contact the Pike County Chamber of Commerce at (570) 296 – 8700. We look forward to seeing you there!
Posted on June 22, 2009
Pike County Chamber has joined forces with our local Chambers: Hawley-Lake Wallenpaupack, Wayne County and Southern Wayne Regional to bring you a legislative breakfast.
All six Commissioners from Pike and Wayne County will be in attendance and will talk about important issues and projects that focus on matters of interest to our business community
Please join us on Friday June 26th at Ehrhardt's Waterfront Restaurant!
$12.00 per person includes a full breakfast
Beginning at 7:30am.
RSVP to Lee Ann at email@example.com or 296-8700 no later than June 22th.
Existing Commercial Buildings for Milford Businesses VS Uniform Construction Code Seminar
Posted on June 10, 2009
Tuesday, June 16th
Milford Borough Hall
7:00pm - 8:30pm
Learn how the PA UCC requirements affect the use and the change of use for Commercial Buildings.
Robert ( Bob) Buddenbohn - PA Construction Codes Academy and lead instructor with the Pennsylvania Housing Research Center.
Co-sponsored by: Milford Borough Council
Pike County Chamber of Commerce
Pike County EDA
Pike County Builders Association
To register call Tammy at 570-296-7332
Grand Opening - Milford Journal
Posted on May 12, 2009
The Pike County Chamber of Commerce recently had a Grand Opening of their latest member the Milford Journal. Three veterans of print media have pooled their resources by the bend of the Delaware River to launch the Milford Journal. Amy Bridge, Jimmy Sheehan and James Bridge have come together to create a magazine that perfectly serves the stunning beauty and variety of this area. Ms. Bridge says "We will be covering subjects from local artists to business, history to nature and food, too. In short, the Milford Journal will be uniting talent and community, residents and visitors in a collaboration of graphics, imagery and solid reportage." The Milford Journal will be published nine issues a year and will be available free of charge at shops, restaurants, hotels, etc in 10 counties in the tri-state area. For more info or to advertise please call 570-390-7090 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming Chamber Events
Posted on July 2012
Third Thursdays Seminar Series
September 6, 2012 - Signature Event
October 3, 2012 - Golf Outing
November 2, 2012 - Community Awards Banquet