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Orange Business and Community Expo Scheduled

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May 022018
 

Save the date for the 16th Annual Orange Business and Community Expo which will take place at the High Plains Community Center, 525 Orange Center Road, Orange, on Wednesday, June 6, 2018, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Executive Director Annemarie Sliby,  said, “We are looking forward to hosting the 16th Expo and would like to welcome the public and business population to stop by to network and enjoy the day.”

The Expo is free and open to the public. Business owners, their employees, and local residents can look forward to product demonstrations, activities, raffles and food trucks. Visit and network with 56 business vendors including: Albertus Magnus College, All American Waste, Cody White Funeral Home, Beardsley Zoo, Orange Visiting Nurse Association, Shops at Yale, University of Bridgeport, Visiting Angels and many more. For a complete list, check our website at www.orangeedc.com/events_activities.

A Speed Networking event is taking place from 10 am to 11 am prior to Expo opening. This will be a fun and effective way to make connections. Rob Thomas, of Rob Thomas CT, professional networking coach, will be the moderator. Seating is limited and registration is required. Cost is $15 per person and includes a goodie bag, refreshments and raffle entry.

Following the Expo, the Orange Chamber of Commerce together with Eli’s restaurant will host a Business After Hours event on site under the Pavilion at High Plains Community Center. See the Orange Chamber booth for details.

Vendor space is still available. Showcase your business, products or service, sell your products on site, and network with business vendors/attendees. Vendor space is limited to 56 exhibitor booths.

“Booth space is selling fast and we expect to be sold out soon,” Sliby said.

Exhibitor space is reasonably priced at $300 for an 8-foot booth, which includes pipe and drape, linen topped-skirted table and 1 chair. In addition, all vendors receive their business information listed in the Event Program, their business marketing materials included in Event Welcome Bags, their company name listed in OrangeLife Magazine, an entry into the Vendor/Sponsor appreciation raffle, and exhibitor lanyards. Booths with electricity are very limited but may be provided for an additional $100. If you are interested in becoming a vendor, please register online at the OEDC website, OrangeEDC.com/events_activities or call the OEDC office at (203) 891-1045.

If you unable participate as a vendor in the Expo this year, your business can still have a presence. For just $75, your marketing materials will be included in the Event Welcome Bags, which go to all attendees and vendors. You may also place an ad in the Event Program; sizes and prices vary.

Please call our office at 891-1045 for information on both opportunities.

Many thanks to our sponsors: Gold: Cohen and Wolf, NORTHEAST Electronics Corporation, Orange Economic Development Commission, Taylor Rental/Party Plus and The Shops at Yale; Bronze: Connex Credit Union, Statefarm Insurance, Shop Rite, All American Waste, Subway; Pewter: The Eagle Leasing Company and Hurwitz, Sagarin, Slossberg and Knuff. Event Bags: Colonial Properties.

For more information, call the Orange Economic Development Corporation at (203) 891-1045 or visit the website at OrangeEDC.com/events_acivities.

Cohen and Wolf Welcomes Attorney Themis Klarides

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Jul 172012
 

Klarides joins Cohen and Wolf in Orange

The Law Office of Cohen and Wolf made the following announcement today:

Attorney Themis Klarides, state representative of the 114th District, has joined the law office of Cohen and Wolf in Orange.

Klarides, a resident of Derby, represents parts of Derby, Orange and Woodbridge. She currently is serving her seventh term in the General Assembly. She was appointed deputy Republican leader for the 2007-09 term, and was reappointed to the post for the 2009-11 term. She served as assistant minority leader during her previous two terms.

Klarides also serves on the legislature’s Appropriations, Judiciary, Executive and Legislative Nominations, and Legislative Management committees and was formerly the Ranking Member of the Insurance and Real Estate Committee.

Atty. Themis Klarides

Klarides is a graduate of Trinity College and received her juris doctor from Quinnipiac University School of Law. She is admitted to the practice of law in Connecticut and the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut. She is a member of the Association for Conflict Resolution, the Connecticut Bar Association and the New Haven County Bar Association, and has been in private practice for 17 years, concentrating in litigation and bankruptcy.

In addition to her service as a state representative, Klarides has volunteered with numerous community organizations, including The Umbrella Domestic Violence Group, which works to assist victims of domestic violence and provides volunteer legal assistance to women and children at the shelter; the Advisory Board of Fairfield County Safe Kids and the Derby schools Special Friends Program, a mentoring program for local elementary school students and Big Brothers/Big Sisters. In 2006, Klarides was appointed to the Board of Directors of Griffin Health Services and is a member of the Residency Advisory Committee of Griffin Hospital in Derby.