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PA Anthracite Council Spring Meeting March 6 In West Hazleton, Luzerne County

The PA Anthracite Council will hold its spring meeting on March 6 and will feature Iris Kapo, Senior International Trade Specialist for the U.S. Department of Commerce.

As Trade Specialist, Kapo counsels U.S companies on the export process and works closely with clients to develop an international growth plan. In that role, Kapo was instrumental in working with local suppliers on the Ukrainian coal order.

Her other responsibilities include leading Commercial Service efforts at local, national, and international trade events.

The meeting will be held at the Top Of The 80’s Restaurant off I-81 in West Hazleton.

Click Here to fill out a registration form for the meeting.   The cost is $35 per person.  The form should be returned to the PA Anthracite Council, PO Box 138, Pottsville, PA 1790,  email the form to: or call 717-737-9825.

Sponsorship are also available for the meeting by sending email to: or call 717-737-9825.

For more information on programs, initiatives and other upcoming events, visit the PA Anthracite Council website.


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