Budget Meeting-City Hall-October 15, 2015 (WBRE NEWS)

MAY 12, 2016

I am happy to have attended The Institute for Public Policy and Economic Development's 2016 Indicators. This event is critical for informing government leaders, businesses, and other community leaders of the status of our region's economic health.




Spring BlogFest -

Red Mill Pittston May 01, 2015

Beth was named Youth Ambassador for the NEPA Chapter of the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association . The event took place at the Fox Hill Country Club on Thursday, October 15, 2015.

Kane For Magisterial Judge Reception -

February 23, 2015

Save Our Schools Meeting August 11, 2015

Mike Belusko Meet and Greet - Thursday, October 01, 2015

Beth and Susan - Leadership Wilkes-Barre Mid-Winter Cocktail Party - Westmoreland Club

February 6, 2015

Judge Christine Donohue (Candidate for Supreme Court) and Beth

Beth "GAR Baseball Night At The Races" March 14, 2015

Tony Brooks Meet and Greet (For All Candidates Including Democrats) -Margarita Azul, Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Greater Wilkes-Barre Chamber 2015 Legislative Breakfast-Genetti's - Thursday, October 15, 2015 (Beth and Tony Brooks)


Beth and Jared

Meet The Candidate

Jared Martin Kane - Magisterial District Judge

Chicken Coop,- March 04, 2015



Tony George Cocktail Reception March 01, 2015

Stegmaier Mansion - Wilkes-Barre

 TomWardle Candidate District JudgePlains and Susan Gilbert

Wilkes-Barre Democrats Supporting Each Other - Beth and Todd Harding Beth's Meet and Greet, McCarthy's Tavern, March 25, 2015

Rep Eddie Pashinski and Beth

Tom Shubilla - Candidate Plains Township Commissioner and

Beth Spring Blogfest at the Red Mill in Pittston May 02, 2015

Beth - Meet and Greet, Touch of Class

 - Darren Snyder For City Controller Event

April 16, 2015

Joey and Beth

PUCA'S Youung Professionals Network - Harrisburg June 15, 2015

Each year, at CUNA’s Governmental Affairs Conference, hundreds of some of the brightest and most influential minds in the system descend on Washington DC to network, meet with political leaders, and affect change around the economies hottest issues.

Crash the GAC is an event by The Cooperative Trust in partnership with Credit Union National Association. Now planning its 6th year, Crash the GAC will give credit union professionals under the age of 35* the chance to not only participate in the CUNA event, but also offer an opportunity to have intimate meetings with veterans of our system.

Our lucky Crashers will get to:

  • Attend the GAC with Breakout and Keynote Sessions.

  • Build relationships with other under-35 credit union professionals.

  • Have the opportunity to connect with 4,000 other activists from the credit union system.

  • Attend mentor sessions with industry thought leaders each day.  In the past mentors have included folks at the Filene Research Institute, the World Council of Credit Unions, and the National Credit Union Foundation.

  • Connect with other leaders from their state by attending Congressional visits on Capitol Hill.

Unite for Good

This past year, CUNA and the leagues launched a shared strategic vision for credit unions nationwide: Americans choose credit unions as their best financial partner.

To make their vision a reality, credit unions must come together to remove barriers – like the threat to the credit union tax status –  create awareness and foster service excellence. We all need to Unite for Good.

We now all have an opportunity to accomplish a lot for the movement this year, and need your involvement to make it happen. Come to Washington, D.C. to tell our shared story and protect the credit union difference.

February 22, 2016

I am currently in Washington D.C. for the week to attend CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference to advocate for the credit union movement. Although I am not in Wilkes-Barre, technology makes it easy to stay in contact with my constituents back home. As always, if you have any concerns or want to make me aware of anything, give me a call at 570-606-9575, send me an email at or message me on Facebook.

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