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SCORE Success Breakfast Slated for this Fall

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July 01, 2019
The 6th Annual Susquehanna SCORE Small Business Success Breakfast is scheduled for Friday, September 13, at the Wyndham Garden York. Together with RKL and PeoplesBank, and powered by the York County Economic Alliance, the breakfast will celebrate York’s small business community. 
The 7:30 a.m. program will include:
  • Liza Naylor, Locally Seasoned
Chef Liza Naylor grew up in an international home, eating and learning to cook foods from around the world. This instilled in her a passion for global cuisine:  unique ingredients, spices, flavors and textures. Liza’s cuisine tells the story of food from farm to fork and celebrates the richness of York County. Her journey includes Farm to City Dinner; Healthy World Cafe; Leg Up Farmers Market and as a volunteer in leadership roles for Leg Up Farm's Farm en Blanc and the York County Food Alliance's Squash Hunger. And now, as owner of Locally Seasoned, providing exceptional and artisanal cuisine to busy discerning professionals through home meal delivery and corporate catering.
 
  • Layla Pomper, InkBale
Layla Pomper is the owner of InkBale, which provides process documentation, workflow design, and technology training to growing service businesses in and around Central PA. She is a third-generation entrepreneur and a first-generation college graduate with a passion to support the small business ecosystem. Layla started working with Susquehanna SCORE mentors in 2018 and she maintains that it was SCORE's guidance that turned her vision of, "I want to help small businesses do office work better!" into the thriving systems-oriented support service that InkBale is today. 
 
  • Cynthia Garry, ScratchnAll
Being a life-long animal lover, Cynthia observed her own horse trying to scratch under his chin by precariously standing on 3 legs, and she knew there had to be a better way. Utilizing her passion for animals, in 2007 she developed a prototype and launched ScratchnAll. She recently launched a second product that aids physically challenged individuals and veterans suffering from PTSD in promoting independence and building courage and confidence when connecting with the horse. Currently ScratchnAll and Scratch Me Silly are enriching the lives of barnyard, domestic and zoo animals.
 
  • Peter Danko, Artist 

Peter Danko is an inventor, designer, and artist. He focuses on creating sustainable designs that center on living in harmony with nature and creating a comfortable future. His work often involves re-purposing and recycling and he prefers to use resources he calls OMG: materials which can be seen by the casual eye to Obviously Manifest Green. Danko's work been curated by and is in the permanent collection of many museums, including the Museum of Modern Art, the Cooper-Hewitt Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Danko has received the best of NeoCon Silver Award for chair design in 1998, IDSA Certificate of Achievement in 1983, and National Endowment for the Arts Design Fellowships in 1980 and 1975. He has been featured in many books, including Objects for Use: Handmade by Design by Paul J. Smith and Furniture with Soul: Master Woodworkers and Their Craft by David Savage.
 
Pre-registration is required and is available here, or by contacting Casey Nixon at CNixon@YCEAPA.org or 717.718.7851. There is a YCEA member rate of $35/person, non-member rate of $45/person, and tables of 8 available for $240.  

 

About the YCEA
YCEA drives York County’s economic growth by leveraging the collaboration, resources and expertise needed to create sustainable prosperity. For information on the York County Economic Alliance visit www.yceapa.org.
  

Contact:
Katie Mahoney
Vice President, Marketing & Communications
717.771.4581

Kmahoney@yceapa.org