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Open Enrollment Season

Just the thought of an approaching open enrollment period can cause stress for employers and their workers.  But with proper planning and a well-developed strategy, open enrollments can be organized, effective and a positive experience for all involved. Development of a detailed timeline well in advance of the start of open enrollment season is a…

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CADC Reviews Financial Position and Looks Toward Future

Chambersburg Area Development Corp. (CADC) reported its 2020 total assets of $15.9 million to its members and community representatives this week at its 61st Annual Business Luncheon. CADC, a not-for-profit industrial development corporation, reviewed its strong financial position, covered highlights from 2020 and identified its impact on the community during the luncheon held at The…

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Chambersburg Chamber Donates $1,600 to CASD Foundation

The Chambersburg Area School District (CASD) Foundation recently received $1,600 raised from the 17th Annual Tim and Susan Cook Memorial One-Mile Race hosted by the Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce on July 10. More than 100 runners participated in the race this year, which pays tribute to the memories of Tim and Susan Cook, who…

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Habitat for Humanity partners with Buchanan Auto Sales and VerStandig Media

Habitat For Humanity of Franklin County is pleased to announce that a partnership with VerStandig Media and Buchanan Auto Stores resulted in a $20,000 cash contribution to Habitat through a shared radio promotion. VerStandig Media, home of 104.7 WAYZ, 101.5 Bob Rocks, 92.1 The Goat, and 100.9 The Line, invited radio listeners over a five-week…

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Forecasting Covid-19 Impacts on Health Insurance Premiums

As the 2022 open enrollment season is quickly approaching, many business owners are beginning to turn their attention to forecasting insurance premium adjustments for budgeting purposes.  Of course, the question mark this year is how much. Although the severity and extent of the COVID-19 pandemic has been unprecedented in modern times, there are safeguards built…

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Member Spotlight: Play Learning Center, LLC

Play Learning Center was founded in November 2019 by Annette Artis. Annette has 30 years of early childhood education experience working for Head Start, private preschools, military child development centers, child care consulting and operating a licensed child care home. Located at 128 S. Antrim Way in Greencastle, Play Learning Center offers full-time childcare services…

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Bulletproofing Your Business From Online Giants Seminar

VerStandig Media and Cumberland Valley Business Alliance will host “Bulletproofing Your Business From Online Giants™,” a free workshop designed to empower local business owners with key strategies to compete, thrive and grow especially in the era of online retail and service giants. The workshop will be held twice on Tuesday, September 21 8:30 a.m. –…

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SEK, CPAs & Advisors Manager Named Forty Under 40 Honoree

Central Penn Business Journal has selected Angela L. Quigley, CPA, Manager at SEK, CPAs & Advisors as a Forty Under 40 recipient for 2021. Forty Under 40 recognizes professionals 40 years of age and younger who have been successful in the Central Pennsylvania area. Honorees, chosen by the Central Penn Business Journal editors, were selected…

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Beside the Point – Corning Credit Union: More Than a Credit Union

Who is Corning Credit Union (CCU)? CCU is your local credit union. We’ve proudly served Franklin County for over 25 years and continue to pride ourselves on providing exceptional personalized service and a wide variety of products and services designed to meet your financial needs. With more than 80 years of demonstrated steady growth, we…

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Book Signing: The Calling

The Greencastle-Antrim Chamber of Commerce (G-ACC) is excited to welcome Michael Straley on August 31 to their building for a book signing of his new work, “The Calling.” The community is invited to attend this free event at the G-ACC 217 East Baltimore Street in Greencastle from 4 to 6 p.m. The book takes its…

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