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Welcome New Members


Welcome New Director of Membership


CCCBI is proud to welcome Laura Ellis as its new Director of Membership!


Laura comes from a diverse background in non-profit, retail, and recruiting … dating all the way back to being Rocky (for school events) for the Wilmington Blue Rocks!


She has jumped right into learning our membership so that she can start helping you take advantage of all the  benefits  CCCBI has to offer. 


Keep an eye out for Laura's email,


Member Spotlight




 Longtime CCCBI member, Comcast, is continuing its year-round initiative to honorably replace and retire American flags across the country.


Previously known as the Flag Replacement Program, Comcast has launched the Freedom Region Veterans Network Operation Old Glory. The program originated in Philadelphia with a simple goal, to offer flag replacement, free of charge, for those who could not afford to or physically could not change their American flags. 


Regardless of whether or not someone is a Comcast customer, Operation Old Glory is available nationwide, as are the new flags that are made and sold in America by a female veteran-owned business. On Flag Day, proper military protocol is followed to honorably retire the tattered flags collected throughout the year in a burning ceremony. 


CCCBI has taken part in this flag replacement program, and now proudly flies a beautiful new American flag in front of our office. By simply scanning the QR code below, residents of the region are able to request this service from Comcast at no cost. 


Member Events


The Chester County History Center (CCHC) will hold multiple days of events and programs in commemoration of Juneteenth. 


6/14/23 at 7:00 PM: CCHC will hold a virtual program led by the Chester County Archives. FROM WHENCE WE CAME: FINDING BLACK ANCESTORS IN HISTORICAL RECORDS is the program focused on African American Genealogy. The program will guide participants on how to trace their ancestry and overcome the unique hurdles that Black history presents. The program will be facilitated by Kimberly F.B. Bucklaw, a historian, educator, and professional genealogist.


6/15/23 - 6/18/23: CCHC will have JUNETEENTH TOURS centered on African American History. The Underground Railroad tour explores historic sites that serve as a backdrop for the stories of the brave people who helped enslaved men, women, and children as they passed through West Chester on their journeys toward freedom. The Uptown West Chester tour explores the very center of town as we share stories of early 20th-century African American entrepreneurs like James Spence and follow in the footsteps of Bayard Rustin as he grew into an activist in his hometown. 

at 6:00 PM: CCHC will host A CELEBRATION OF BAYARD RUSTIN & AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY. An evening event to celebrate Bayard Rustin, his remarkable past, how his work continues to transform the present, and the future he inspires and illuminates as an African American History Maker. The event will feature Illuminating Rustin, a powerful performance by People’s Light Theater, the virtual commentaries of awarded actor Colman Domingo, who portrays Bayard in the upcoming Netflix film Rustin, and a conversation about Bayard Rustin led by author Michael Long.


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