Quantcast

Harford County Chamber hosts State of the County luncheon

Eric Rebbert, president of ETR Consulting Group, Inc., chats with Angela Rose, president and CEO of the Harford County Chamber of Commerce during the State of the County luncheon. (Photo by Kate Rodriguez)

Eric Rebbert, president of ETR Consulting Group, Inc., chats with Angela Rose, president and CEO of the Harford County Chamber of Commerce during the State of the County luncheon. (Photo by Kate Rodriguez)

From left, Stephanie Nay, graphic design manager with Harford County Government; Matt Button, photo editor of The Aegis newspaper; and Bob Bloom, general manager of WXCY-FM 103.7, engage in a conversation during the State of the County luncheon. (Photo by Kate Rodriguez)

From left, Stephanie Nay, graphic design manager with Harford County Government; Matt Button, photo editor of The Aegis newspaper; and Bob Bloom, general manager of WXCY-FM 103.7, engage in a conversation during the State of the County luncheon. (Photo by Kate Rodriguez)

Harford County Executive Barry Glassman delivers the annual State of the County address at Water’s Edge Events Center in Belcamp. (Photo by Kate Rodriguez)

Harford County Executive Barry Glassman delivers the annual State of the County address at Water’s Edge Events Center in Belcamp. (Photo by Kate Rodriguez)

From left, Eric Rebbert, president of ETR Consulting Group, Inc., Dawn Hamilton, senior vice president of member services with Freedom Federal Credit Union; Patrice Ricciardi, director of business development with Freedom Federal Credit Union; and Carolyn Evans, a partner with Sengstacke & Evans LLC, attended the Harford County State of the County luncheon. (Photo by Kate Rodriguez)

From left, Eric Rebbert, president of ETR Consulting Group, Inc., Dawn Hamilton, senior vice president of member services with Freedom Federal Credit Union; Patrice Ricciardi, director of business development with Freedom Federal Credit Union; and Carolyn Evans, a partner with Sengstacke & Evans LLC, attended the Harford County State of the County luncheon. (Photo by Kate Rodriguez)

From left, Barbara Chandler, of MedStar Georgetown Cancer Institute; Ed Belsinger; Shweta Kurian, MD, of MedStar Georgetown Cancer Institute; and Melissa Belsinger, pose for a photo during the State of the County event. (Photo by Kate Rodriguez)

From left, Barbara Chandler, of MedStar Georgetown Cancer Institute; Ed Belsinger; Shweta Kurian, MD, of MedStar Georgetown Cancer Institute; and Melissa Belsinger, pose for a photo during the State of the County event. (Photo by Kate Rodriguez)

From left, Melissa Barnicle, an agent with Baygroup Insurance; Jodi Davis, a principal with The Kelly Group; and Jesse Bane, Bel Air Town Administrator, enjoy some time together at the luncheon. (Photo by Kate Rodriguez)

From left, Melissa Barnicle, an agent with Baygroup Insurance; Jodi Davis, a principal with The Kelly Group; and Jesse Bane, Bel Air Town Administrator, enjoy some time together at the luncheon. (Photo by Kate Rodriguez)

Bill Seccurro, a past president of the Harford Chamber, chats with Bob Bloom, general manager of WXCY-FM 103.7. (Photo by Kate Rodriguez)

Bill Seccurro, a past president of the Harford Chamber, chats with Bob Bloom, general manager of WXCY-FM 103.7. (Photo by Kate Rodriguez)

Trish Heidenreich, left, director of economic development with the Town of Bel Air, grabs a photo with Matt Button, photo editor of The Aegis newspaper. (Photo by Kate Rodriguez)

Trish Heidenreich, left, director of economic development with the Town of Bel Air, grabs a photo with Matt Button, photo editor of The Aegis newspaper. (Photo by Kate Rodriguez)

Approximately 230 guests filled a ballroom for the annual State of the County luncheon at Water’s Edge Events Center in Belcamp. (Photo by Kate Rodriguez)

Approximately 230 guests filled a ballroom for the annual State of the County luncheon at Water’s Edge Events Center in Belcamp. (Photo by Kate Rodriguez)

From left, Kathy Martin, community liaison with Gold Medal Physical Therapy; Jenny Falcone, director of development with the Bel Air Downtown Alliance; and Christine McPherson, executive director of the Bel Air Downtown Alliance, take time for a photo during the State of the County luncheon. (Photo by Kate Rodriguez)

From left, Kathy Martin, community liaison with Gold Medal Physical Therapy; Jenny Falcone, director of development with the Bel Air Downtown Alliance; and Christine McPherson, executive director of the Bel Air Downtown Alliance, take time for a photo during the State of the County luncheon. (Photo by Kate Rodriguez)

Theresa Wiseman, left president of MediaWise Inc. and Robin Luxon, senior vice president, corporate planning, marketing and business development with University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health, speak during the State of the County luncheon. (Photo by Kate Rodriguez)

Theresa Wiseman, left president of MediaWise Inc. and Robin Luxon, senior vice president, corporate planning, marketing and business development with University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health, speak during the State of the County luncheon. (Photo by Kate Rodriguez)

From left, Stephanie Nay, graphic design manager with Harford County Government; Mark Dardozzi, co-owner and vice president of Richlin Catering & Events Center; and Tony "G" Giangiordano, Harford County Councilmember, were in attendance at Harford County’s State of the County luncheon. (Photo by Kate Rodriguez)

From left, Stephanie Nay, graphic design manager with Harford County Government; Mark Dardozzi, co-owner and vice president of Richlin Catering & Events Center; and Tony “G” Giangiordano, Harford County Councilmember, were in attendance at Harford County’s State of the County luncheon. (Photo by Kate Rodriguez)

The Harford County Chamber of Commerce hosted the annual State of the County luncheon Jan. 17 at Water’s Edge Events Center in Belcamp.

County Executive Barry Glassman gave his State of Business address to approximately 230 guests, focusing on ways in which Harford County is an ideal environment for business to thrive.

Glassman focused on the successes of his first term and plans for his next four years in office. He noted the state of the county is strong, with growth and improvements in Harford’s economy, finances, education, real estate and health care offerings. He also touched on major projects bringing value to Harford, including Eastgate Industrial Park, Aberdeen Proving Ground contracts, Advanced Manufacturing, Materials and Processes, as well as a new University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake campus to provide increased access to health care in Aberdeen.

To submit images for a future Business Album, contact swallace@thedailyrecord.com.

To purchase a reprint of this article, contact reprints@thedailyrecord.com.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*