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Join in the Regional Process by Attending Your Local Meeting

06 Sep 2016 8:55 AM | Craig Hoffman (Administrator)

It's that time again! The Summer Regional Meetings are here. This is an exclusive opportunity for PBA members to get together with local association leadership and make your voices heard.

Our local associations are divided into 8 regions across the state. Each region meets three times per year prior to a PBA Board of Directors meeting. At these regional meetings, you'll have the opportunity to discuss any statewide initiatives, voting measures or events taking place at the upcoming Board meeting. Your region will then send the feedback from this meeting to PBA to be presented before the Board of Directors.

Any member may attend a regional meeting. If you're unsure which region your local association is in, check the map. However, all attendees must RSVP using registration links below.

Regional Meetings Registration: 

Click on your region below for details & to RSVP.

Note - The Regional/Board Packet has already been sent out via email with the subject line
"Register for the PBA Board Meeting." Please download it to bring with you.

MIDEAST - Sept. 29 at HBA of Metro Harrisburg in Harrisburg (RSVP by Sept. 22)
MIDWEST - Sept. 29 at the US Hotel Tavern in Hollidaysburg (RSVP by Sept. 22)
NORTHCENTRAL - October 6 at Bull Frog Brewery in Williamsport (RSVP by Sept. 29)
NORTHEAST - October 6 at Marzoni's in Moosic (RSVP by Sept. 29)
NORTHWEST - Sept. 28 at Chovy's in Meadville (RSVP by Sept. 21)
SOUTHCENTRAL - Sept. 27 at the Out Door Country Club in York (RSVP by Sept. 20)
SOUTHEAST - Sept. 28 at HBA of Bucks/Mont in Fort Washington (RSVP by Sept. 21)
SOUTHWEST - October 5 at Burgh's Pizza & Wing Pub in Bridgeville (RSVP by Sept. 28) 



Call us at 717.730.4380

Each meeting is also listed as an event on our website. To view the full calendar, click here.


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