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Pennsylvania is a versatile state with cities, mountains, and beaches. As with many other states in the Mid-Atlantic region, Pennsylvania was one of the original Thirteen Colonies. The state takes its name from William Penn, who was granted the land charter by King Charles II in 1681. Because Penn, the state’s founder, was a Quaker, Pennsylvania was known as The Quaker State. Today, Pennsylvania currently has over 12.7 million residents, making it the 6th most populated state in America. The state’s capital is Harrisburg. Other notable cities include Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Erie, and Allentown.
If your community association in Pennsylvania is looking for other resources or educational information, Pennsylvania currently has a dedicated chapter of the Community Associations Institute. The Pennsylvania Delaware Valley Chapter is based in King of Prussia and was incorporated in August of 1975 as the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of CAI. The organization served the community association industry in Southeastern Pennsylvania and portions of Southern New Jersey until its merger with the Western Pennsylvania chapter in 1998 and the Northeastern Pennsylvania chapter in 2002. The Pennsylvania and Delaware Valley Chapter now serves the community associations industry throughout the entire Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey and Northern Delaware.
You can reach out to this chapter by calling (610) 783-1315 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.