Erie Reader 40 Under 40 Summer Get-together

Category:  Events
Wednesday, June 10th, 2015 at 2:20 PM
Erie Reader 40 Under 40 Summer Get-together by Alex Bieler
Lesley Ridge and Bob Merski celebrating at last year’s 40 Under 40 Summer Get-Together

Over the past three years, the Reader has highlighted 120 different men and women as official members of Erie’s 40 Under 40 – a special club of individuals who have made a difference in Erie before the start of their fourth decade on Earth. Now, they are all invited to the second annual 40 Under 40 Summer Get-together Thursday, June 11 at The Brewerie at Union Station, bringing a group of game changers together for a night of networking and fun.

What’s more is that you’re invited to the Trackside party too. The Get-together is free and open to the public, allowing everyone to mingle and enjoy drinks, food, and live music provided by DJ Salt. You never know; you might meet the next member of 2016’s 40 Under 40 while you’re there. — Alex Bieler

6 to 8 p.m. // 123 W. 14th St. // eriereader.com

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