TriCounty Community Network highlights upcoming area meetings and events

TCN Membership Meeting

 Rep. Tom Quigley to Speak on Local Job Creation

 Tuesday, May 15, 8am-10am

 Montgomery County Community College, West Campus

Community Room, 101 College Drive, Pottstown

Special thanks to our breakfast sponsor
Money Management International

 For more information or to register call 610-705-3301, Ext. 2.

Membership Meeting Agenda

8:00am-8:30am Breakfast & Networking

8:30am-8:40am Introductions

8:40am-8:50am Announcements

8:50am-9:00am Breakfast Sponsor Presentation

9:00am-10:00am Presentation


TriCounty Community Career Fair

Wednesday, May 16, 10am – 1pm

Berean Conference Center

2675 East High Street, Pottstown

For more information call 610-705-3301.

Presented by the TCN Exelon Nuclear Workforce Development Program



Think you’ll get rich quick by gambling?

You have a way better chance of being struck by lightning or dying from a bee sting

Please join us……..

Problem Gambling and the College Population

Guest Speaker – Joanna Franklin, MS, NCGC II

Thursday, May 10, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Montgomery County Community College

Central Campus – Advanced Technology Center – Room 101, 340 DeKalb Pike, Blue Bell PA 19422

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West Campus by video-conferencing, South Hall – Room 213, 101 College Drive, Pottstown PA 19464

Target Audience:  College faculty, administrators, counselors, students, and Drug & Alcohol Professionals who provide services in Montgomery County

To register for this free workshop, please e-mail or call: Eileen Lafferty, 610-278-3538



 Fellowship Farm “Blossom Festival”
Open House – Join Us!

Kids & Family Fun, Learning & Nature Activities

Saturday, May 12, 1-4 PM

Fellowship Farm

2488 Sanatoga Road

Pottstown, Pennsylvania 19464



Live Music, Refreshments, Raffles & Resources

Monday, May 14, 7pm-9pm

Montgomery County Community College

Science Center – Entrance off Morris Road

340 Dekalb Pike, Blue Bell, PA

Aevidum is a depression and suicide education awareness initiative where informed adults empower students to know the warning signs of depression and understand that it is a treatable illness. Students use their gifts and talents to spread the Aevidum message of hope and advocate for other students. Aevidum’s message is delivered through interactive displays, high-energy assemblies, and community events.



Girl Talk Series: Non-Traditional Careers

Why a Non-Traditional Career?

Where Should Women Pursuing Non-Traditional Careers Start?

Examples of Non-Traditional Careers for Women and Girls Ages 8 and Up.

Saturday, May 19, 2012, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Free with reservation

YWCA Tri-County Area, 315 King Street, Pottstown

There is no cost to participate, but please reserve by calling 610-323-1888 x200




You can find the Winter edition of Pottstown Pride at We are proud to highlight the accomplishments of our students, staff and graduates. Pottstown Pride also honors the memory of our fallen Trojans and provides us the opportunity to thank our supporters.


Partnering to improve health, social and environmental conditions.

TriCounty Community Network

260 High Street, Pottstown, PA  19464



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