Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Correale F. Stevens to speak at Hazleton Chamber Red Carpet Breakfast Aug. 13

Supreme Court Justice Correale F. Stevens will address the business community on Thursday, Aug. 13 at the Greater Hazleton Chamber of Commerce Red Carpet Breakfast program. The breakfast program is sponsored by Coordinated Health, and will take place at Sister’s/3 Bobby D’s Restaurant, 789 North Locust Street, Hazleton. The program will begin at 7:45 a.m. and conclude at 9 a.m. A full breakfast will be served at the upcoming breakfast program for a $20 fee for Hazleton Chamber members and a $25 fee for non-chamber members. Chamber members and guests who would like to attend should contact the chamber office at 570-455-1509 or register online at by Friday, Aug. 7. (read more)

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