Pamela Eyring, right, president of The Protocol School of Washington, talks with members of the Chester County Chamber of Commerce following its annual meeting.
Pamela Eyring, right, president of The Protocol School of Washington, talks with members of the Chester County Chamber of Commerce following its annual meeting. DON WORTHINGTON dworthington@heraldonline.com
Pamela Eyring, right, president of The Protocol School of Washington, talks with members of the Chester County Chamber of Commerce following its annual meeting. DON WORTHINGTON dworthington@heraldonline.com

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