CVBA Mixer with The Tide Ministry: An Evening of Food, Fellowship, and Cross-Cultural Delights

The CVBA is gearing up for an exciting event that promises to bring together the local community and The Tide Ministry. The upcoming CVBA Mixer, in collaboration with Lehman Construction, offers an incredible opportunity for residents to indulge in delectable cuisine from around the world and connect with like-minded individuals. The event is scheduled for Thursday, August 3, 2023, from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM EDT at The Tide Ministry’s location: 5800 Cumberland Hwy, Chambersburg, PA 17201.

The Tide Ministry, renowned for its humanitarian efforts and global outreach, will showcase its diverse cultural connections through a mouthwatering culinary experience. The “Taste of The Tide” event will feature a delightful array of dishes from various countries where the ministry serves, providing attendees with a unique and enriching cross-cultural experience.

The CVBA Mixer serves as a perfect platform for businesses and community members to mingle, network, and build meaningful connections. Lehman Construction’s support adds an extra layer of excitement to the event, making it a memorable evening for all participants.

The CVBA encourages everyone to attend this free and inclusive gathering. The mixer promises not only delicious food but also an opportunity to win exciting door prizes, adding to the fun and camaraderie of the event.

For those interested in being part of this delightful culinary journey and connecting with The Tide Ministry, it is recommended to RSVP by July 31st to ensure proper arrangements are made to accommodate all attendees.


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