The Dickinson Area Chamber Alliance opened the new morning initiative “Ask the Professional” Wednesday, July 19 at the Dickinson County Library with coffee, Danish and networking.  Margie Conley, Licensed Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist from Radiant Natural Health Clinic was the host professional.

Margie opened the forty minute session with a short biography about herself and the evolution of her career into her specialty.  Paula Swartout and Eileen Sparpana volunteered to be a part of an acupuncture treatment.  During the treatment, Margie explained some of the various treatments and herbal supplements available at the clinic.  Questions were asked and answered.  At the end of the session everyone was entered into a drawing for a free session at the Clinic with Margie.  Megan Buck was the winner.

The clinic is located in Niagara at 619 Washington Avenue.  Check out their website: and like them on Facebook.

What is ask the professional?

A new monthly forum with professionals from our membership  talking about what they do best in their industry while educating the public on how they can do it.  If you are interested in being one of our “Professionals”,  please contact me at 906-828-3389 or email me at

The sessions will be the third Wednesday of every month for one hour:  8:00 – 9:00 a.m. hosted at various venues with coffee and muffins provided at no cost to the attendees.

Free to attend with your reservation. 

Please register for Ask the Professional by contacting us by email or call: (906) 828-3835
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