Two Ribbon Cuttings in Seneca County Upcoming

The Seneca County Chamber of Commerce has announced that it will be hosting two upcoming Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Open House Reception events for Chamber members in the near future.On Tuesday, May 21 a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony will take place at the Seneca County USDA Service Center, at its new location of 2041 US Route 5 &20, Seneca Falls. The function will take place from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. with a presentation and photo opportunities taking place at 1:30 p.m. Chamber and community members are invited to attend with a guest, to enjoy light refreshments and participate in property tours.About: United States Department of Agriculture- or USDA Service Centers, are designed locations where customers can access the services provided by the Farm Service Agency. The Seneca County USDA Service Center houses the Farm Service Agency (FSA), the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and the Seneca County Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD). FSA and NRCS work to assist local farmers who apply for federal farm subsidy programs, farm/crop loans, as well as emergency and conservation programs. The SWCD was formed in 1940 as a political subdivision of the State of New York to assist citizens with soil and water conservation issues through the implementation of county, state and federal programs. The building was reconstructed by Nicoletta BuildingContractors Inc, who also built and own nearby Canandaigua and Lyons USDA Service Centers as well. For more information about the services of the Seneca County USDA Service Center, please call (315) 568-6346 or contact Nicoletta Building Contractors Inc. at (315) 923-2581. The Chamber will also facilitate a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony & Grand Opening Event for one of its recently joined members, Toro Run Winery, located on the corner of Swick Road and State Route 89 in Romulus. A ceremonywith photo opportunities will take place on Friday, May 31 at 12:00 p.m. Guests will have the opportunity to participate in behind the scenes tours; sample Spanish tapas, and taste or purchase award-winning wines at promotional discounted rates at the event.About: The name Toro Run is synonymous with Spain and its famous tradition of Bulls and Bull Running. The newly opened winery opened in 2012, and offers 11 acres of vineyards, and a 5,000 square foot production center that is capable of housing 10,000 cases of wine, and that can custom-crush or press 10 tons of juice. Toro Run also provides special event catering services, as well as site rentals for reunions, weddings and other functions. With intentions of bringing added culture and flare to the Finger Lakes wine region, those interested in learning more about Toro Run, are encouraged to take part in tours of the property that are currently being offered and will continue on a daily basis through October. Please visit www.tororunwinery.com for more information. “Ribbon Cutting ceremonies are a great way to maximize a business’ exposure in the local community- while taking advantage of one of the many services the Chamber has to offer” said Cassandra Harrington, the Chamber’s Member Services Coordinator. For additional details on these events, businesses, or for more details about Chamber membership and benefits, please contact the Seneca County Chamber of Commerce at (315) 568-2906 or visit www.senecachamber.org.

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