The Greater Harlem Chamber Of Commerce Celebrates Its 120th Anniversary

October 4, 2016

east-harlem sliderThe Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce, originally incorporated as the Harlem Board of Trade on October 3, 1896, is the longest continual business organization in upper Manhattan and will celebrate this anniversary with a gala reception at Harlem Hospital’s Muriel Pavilion. This gala reception will also include a special salute to Congressman Charles Rangel as he concludes his 46 years as Harlem’s Congressman.

A who’s who of Harlem, New York City and New York State dignitaries, community leaders, elected officials and VIP’s including

  • Congressman Charles Rangel
  • NYS Assemblyman Keith Wright
  • Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer
  • Former NYS Governor David Paterson
  • Former NYC Mayor David Dinkins
  • Hazel Dukes, President, NYS Conference NAACP


  • Performances from The Underground Horns & Cast members of “The Color Purple: The Musical”

Tuesday, October 4th, 2016 , 6:00 PM – 9:00PM

Harlem Hospital Center, Muriel Pavilion, 136th Street & Malcolm X Boulevard, Harlem, New York

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