WESTWOOD, N.J. -- Continuing a two-decade tradition, mayors from all 10 towns in the greater Pascack Valley will gather in Westwood over breakfast and discuss their upcoming plans -- and the public continues to be welcome to join in.
"Breakfast with the Mayors" will take place Thursday, Jan. 26, at the Iron Horse in Westwood.
The Greater Pascack Valley Chamber of Commerce sponsors this annual morning gathering.
"During the breakfast, each mayor (or their representative) briefly lays out their plans for the coming year in their town," the GPVCOC notes. "In addition, questions submitted by Chamber members will be directed to each for their candid responses."
Tickets are $20 and include an all-you-can-eat buffet-style breakfast, which will include a range of offerings, including eggs Benedict, blintzes, fresh fruit, bacon, pancakes and more. Buy tickets online, here.
Organizers note that the event typically draws a standing-room-only crowd, so advance tickets are advised. If there are any still available, you can also buy tickets at the door.
The event will run 8-9:30 a.m. The Iron Horse is located at 20 Washington Ave.
The GPVCOC is a nonprofit dedicated to improving the community, specifically in the greater Pascack Valley. It's a regional Chamber, which covers 10 towns: Emerson, Hillsdale, Montvale, Old Tappan, Oradell, Park Ridge, River Vale, Washington Township, Westwood and Woodcliff Lake.
The group works in tandem with local Chambers, and it sponsors a variety of events, including the Pascack Valley "Citizen of the Year" dinner, job fairs, and business expos. It also works on scholarships, donations and philanthropic events.
For more information about the GPVCOC, visit its website or contact Member Coordinator Stephanie Dack at 201-248-0954 or GPVCOC@gmail.com.
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