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The Greater Liberty Chamber of Commerce is an organization of members representing local businesses and individuals in Liberty, NY and its hamlets of Ferndale, Parksville, Swan Lake and White Sulphur Springs.  Its purpose is to promote and support the economic well-being and development of the entire township.  Each of the four hamlets and the Village of Liberty are represented on the Board of Directors to assure the effectiveness of the Chamber throughout our community.

Throughout the calendar year, the Chamber strives to make Liberty an attractive place for businesses to open and grow through regular business networking opportunities, pro-business advocacy efforts and creative public/private financing opportunities.

The Liberty Chamber of Commerce has been instrumental in promoting positive change within our community by supporting projects such as the Liberty Museum & Arts Center, the Sullivan County Area Farmer’s Market, the Liberty Community Development Corporation, and much more.

The Liberty Chamber of Commerce is well-known and respected for its many accomplishments.  We are a civic organization that takes great pride in Liberty and all that it has to offer to visitors, as well as those residents and neighbors who live and work in the area.

Now more than ever, member support is critical to the success of the Greater Liberty area. Explore the many new benefits chamber membership has to offer your business! Join today and together we can play a lead role in our new and exciting future!

Always feel free to contact us via e-mail at info@LibertyNYChamber.com, call us at (845) 292-9797 or write to us at Post Office Box 147, Liberty, NY 12754.  Hope to hear from you soon!

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Liberty Diner Honored Today for 25 Years of Hospitality & Community Service by Sullivan County Legislature, Town and Village of Liberty Officials and Greater Liberty Chamber of Commerce

LIBERTY, NY January 13, 2015 – The Liberty Diner and the Tsicalos family that founded, own and operate it, were honored this afternoon by the Sullivan County legislature, both the town and Village of Liberty and the Liberty Chamber of Commerce for their quarter century of hospitality and community service.

Sullivan County Legislator Cora Edwards commenced the presentations with an official “Letter of Appreciation” on behalf of the entire County legislative body to Liberty Diner owners Nick Tsicalos, wife Helen and children Irene and George.  The family was lauded for  “a tradition of warmly welcoming friends, neighbors and visitors to our county,” noting that they “have embodied our community’s values and embraced our county’s families.”

Town of Liberty Councilman Brian McPhillips then presented a proclamation from Supervisor Charlie Barbuti and the Liberty town council declaring January 13, 2015 to be “Liberty Diner Day”.   Though in Albany at the time of the ceremony, Aileen Gunther was represented by Legislative Aide Minnette Kramer, who read a letter of congratulations from the Assemblywoman.  Speaking on behalf of the Village of Liberty Police Department, Chief Scott Kinne thanked the Tsicalos family for their ever-present support of and hospitality to, the uniform officers in his command. The Chief’s remarks were followed by gracious and laudatory comments by Village Mayor Daniel Ratner. The ceremonies concluded with a presentation from Liberty Chamber Board Member Constance Lawrence and a re-staging of the ribbon cutting that first took place on this date in 1990.

A true, three-generation Tsicalos-family affair, the Liberty Diner opened its doors at 30 Sullivan Avenue in Liberty on January 13, 1990, 25 years ago to the day of this presentation. As they have every day since, family members ensure patrons are welcomed with the same engaging warmth and hospitality that has been the hallmark of Liberty Diner since that first Saturday morning.

“We are grateful for the love and support our friends and neighbors have given us over all these years and are humbled by the recognition accorded us today” said owner Nick Tsicalos.  He added that realizing the dream he shared with his father and co-founder George Sr. was particularly inspiring at this important milestone.

“My father’s imprint is indelible and his input remains invaluable.”

The 25th Anniversary celebrations will continue throughout the month of January with in-restaurant promotions and trivia contests and giveaways on the Liberty Diner Facebook page (Official Liberty Diner & Restaurant). The Liberty Diner is open from 6:00 AM to Midnight seven days a week and is located at 30 Sullivan Avenue (just off Exit 100 on Route 17).  The Liberty Diner serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, offers daily specials, an all you can eat soup and salad bar during the dinner hours, and features world-class baking.  On and off-site catering is also available.  Telephone 845-292-8973.

For additional information or to arrange an interview, please contact Rich Altman at 845-707-1810.

IT’S A FAMILY AFFAIR…Sullivan County Legislator Cora Edwards (at right) reads from the Legislature’s Certificate of Appreciation to Liberty Diner and the Tsicalos family in honor of their 25th anniversary in business.  (L-R) Owners Nick Tsicalos, Irene Tsicalos and Helen Tsicalos (holding grandson Jeremy).  Photo credit: Richard E. Altman

IT’S A FAMILY AFFAIR…Sullivan County Legislator Cora Edwards (at right) reads from the Legislature’s Certificate of Appreciation to Liberty Diner and the Tsicalos family in honor of their 25th anniversary in business. (L-R) Owners Nick Tsicalos, Irene Tsicalos and Helen Tsicalos (holding grandson Jeremy). Photo credit: Richard E. Altman

IT’S OFFICIALLY LIBERTY DINER DAY…Town of Liberty Councilman Brian McPhillips  (at right) presents a proclamation declaring January 13, 2015 to be “Liberty Diner Day” to the Tsicalos family in honor of their 25th anniversary in business.  (L-R) Owners Nick Tsicalos, Irene Tsicalos and Helen Tsicalos (holding grandson Jeremy).  Photo credit: Richard E. Altman

IT’S OFFICIALLY LIBERTY DINER DAY…Town of Liberty Councilman Brian McPhillips (at right) presents a proclamation declaring January 13, 2015 to be “Liberty Diner Day” to the Tsicalos family in honor of their 25th anniversary in business. (L-R) Owners Nick Tsicalos, Irene Tsicalos and Helen Tsicalos (holding grandson Jeremy). Photo credit: Richard E. Altman

Re-staging of the ribbon cutting that first took place on this date in 1990 with Greater Liberty Chamber of Commerce.

Re-staging of the ribbon cutting that first took place on this date in 1990 with Greater Liberty Chamber of Commerce.