Thank you to our members who continue to support the Chamber through their membership, you make our mission possible!

Renewing members in December:

Large Corporate Members:
• Dailey LLP, Jeff Dailey
• Conrad O’Brien, PC, Kevin Kent
• The Free Library of Philadelphia, Siobhan Reardon
• Murtagh Brothers Inc General Construction, Theresa Flanagan Murtagh

Individual Members:
• Michael Krach, Signature Advisors
• Joseph T. Wilson, CPA, KBC FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC.
• Daniel P. McElhatton, Law Offices of Daniel P. McElhatton
• Carl Cherkin, Philadelphia Union
• Sean Flatley, Sterling Investment Advisors
• John O’Donnell, CPA, Friedman LLP

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BOYLE LEADS SUCCESSFUL EFFORT TO INCREASE FUNDING FOR NORTHERN IRELAND PEACE PROGRAMS
December 17, 2019

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, the U.S. House of Representatives increased funding for peace programs in the north of Ireland to $2 million as part of a Fiscal Year 2020 government spending package, expected to be signed by the President on Friday. This substantial increase is a result of an amendment offered by Congressman Brendan F. Boyle (PA-02) in June to the Fiscal Year 2020 State, Foreign Operations Appropriations.
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Almac Group and Exostar Collaborate to offer Better IRT Experience 
Standardizes integration and frictionless identity management integration for BioPharma
Souderton, PA, USA, 12 Dec 2019 – Almac Clinical Technologies, a member of the Almac Group, has today announced the launch of a standardized, operationally-proven integration between its Interactive Response Technology (IRT) platform – IXRS® 3 and Exostar’s Identity and Access Management Platform.

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Congratulations to Irish America Magazine’s 2019 Irish Business 100 honorees, especially Irish Chamber members:

Eileen McDonnell, Chair & CEO of The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company
Liam Kelly, CEO of Teleflex
Kevin Kent, Chairman of the Irish American Business Chamber & Network, and Partner at Conrad O’Brien

Philly’s Free Library cardholders can now access 11 cultural sites for free
by Ellie Rushing
The Philadelphia Inquirer

The Free Library of Philadelphia’s new experience pass now gives resident cardholders the ability to make free reservations at 11 of the city’s top cultural attractions.

The experience pass, which launched Monday, allows Philadelphians 18 and older to use their library cards to reserve tickets to science centers, botanical gardens, art museums, and historical sites that typically charge entry fees, at no cost.

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