Business Briefs Feb. 21

The next meeting of the Chadds Ford Business Association is noon, Thursday, March 5 at Veterinary Dentistry Specialists at 455 Old Baltimore Pike (site of the former Ten Gallon Winery). Veterinarian John Lewis will introduce his staff and will discuss some interesting canine, feline, and zoo animal cases. The cost for the luncheon is $25 for CFBA members, $35 for nonmembers. Go here for tickets.

Ken Goddu, left, passes the gavel to Jim Horn after Horn was named his successor as chairman of the Board of Director of the YMCA of Greater Brandywine Valley.

Jim Horn began his term as Chair of the Board of Directors for the YMCA of Greater Brandywine on Jan. 28. He succeeds Board Chair Ken Goddu, who passed the gavel to his successor after completing his two-year term. Mr. Horn has been a member of the Y’s Board of Directors for nine years.  Horn is the President and CEO of The Tri-M Group, a multi-million dollar electrical solutions company, where he began as a designer/estimator in 1983 and worked his way to becoming president in 1995. The Tri-M Group has supported the Y with donated electrical services in addition to encouraging its employees to volunteer with the Y.

David Kelleher, of David Dodge in Chadds Ford, was recognized as one of four finalists at the 2020 TIME Dealer of the Year Award at the annual National Automobile Dealers Association Show in Las Vegas, Nev. This prestigious national recognition is for auto dealers who stand out in their community and are awarded by TIME in partnership with Ally Financial.


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