Grand Reopening & Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to be hosted for Frontline at the Dewey featuring Chefmeals

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On Thursday, April 15th, from 5:30 PM – 7 PM, join the Hellertown Lower-Saucon Chamber of Commerce, a proud partner of the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce, as they celebrate the Grand Reopening of Frontline at the Dewey featuring Chefmeals with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony!

After closing in 2019, Frontline at the Dewey, and all involved, wanted to open a reimagined, center of community for the Hellertown and greater Saucon Valley communities. Two years later, they have accomplished this goal through their partnership with Chefmeals, a personal chef and catering business. Chef Joe Stout, owner of Chefmeals, has been perfecting his culinary craft for over 20 years to provide you with a delicious dining experience. Frontline at the Dewey, featuring Chefmeals, will bring a new way of dining to the Borough of Hellertown. To learn more about the reimagined location, visit

Don’t miss this opportunity to celebrate the newest collaboration of Frontline at the Dewey and Chefmeals! The event will kick off at 5:30 PM with the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony taking place at 5:45 PM. It’s going to be a fun-filled celebration with something for all of those in attendance!

  • Bar Features Available for Purchase
  • Commemorative T-shirt Fundraiser
  • Fire Truck Tours
  • Grand Reopening Membership Sign Up Special ($5 per person)
  • Samples from Chefmeals, Kilimanjaro Distilling, & Vintage Wine
  • Raffle and 50/50
  • Volunteer Firefighter Information Available
  • Live Entertainment from Into the Sunset

Lauren Bertucci, Manager of Affiliated Chambers for the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce, commented, “In my eyes, this event is a two-for-one special. Not only do we get to welcome Frontline at the Dewey back to the community, but we also get to celebrate their new partnership with Chefmeals! You don’t want to miss these festivities as they are pulling out all the stops to commemorate this momentous occasion. We hope to see you there!”

Gail Nolf, President of Dewey Fire Co. No. 1, said, “Frontline at the Dewey represents the reopening, the reimagining, and the reinvention of a 123 year-old community asset. Please join us as we continue this journey.”

Chef Joe Stout, Owner of Chefmeals, commented, “I am so grateful and happy to have made this connection with Dewey last spring in March during the pandemic. This has been a great partnership to be a part of and I’m thrilled to be here in Hellertown to offer my services. I look forward to the road ahead as we continue growing this operation with great teamwork and dedication to serving the community. Teamwork makes the Dewey work!”

Ricky Gower, Chair of the Hellertown-Lower Saucon Chamber Board, said, “We are so happy to welcome Frontline at the Dewey back into our community as a wonderful event venue along with their partner, Chefmeals. Seeing businesses and organizations reinvest in the community during a challenging year is extremely encouraging and exciting.” 

Date: Thursday, April 15th

Where: Frontline at the Dewey, 502 Durham St. Hellertown, PA 18055

Time: 5:30 PM – 7 PM; Ribbon Cutting at 5:45 PM

Pricing Information: Free to attend

RSVP: Click here to register. In the “Organization Name” section of registration, community residents can list “Community Resident”. Those interested in attending are also able to email Lauren Bertucci at The event is open to both businesses and members of the community.

Interested in getting involved with or supporting the Hellertown Lower-Saucon Chamber? Contact either Jessica O’Donnell ( or Lauren Bertucci ( for more information.

For more information on this event and any upcoming events, visit the Hellertown Lower-Saucon Chamber Facebook page, or the Affiliated Chambers’ Instagram or LinkedIn pages.

About the Chamber: The mission of The Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce is to improve the economy and quality of life in the Lehigh Valley Metropolitan Area.  We accomplish this through business-to-business networking events and marketing products, affinity programs and exclusive, money saving member benefits, training programs, government affairs initiatives and public policy advocacy, and community development enterprises.  With nearly 5,000 members who employ more than 200,000, the Chamber is the largest in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and in the top ten nationwide.

Information provided to TVL by:
Lauren Bertucci
Manager, Affiliated Chambers (Greater Bath Area, Hellertown-Lower Saucon Area, Nazareth Area)
Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce