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Dec BWF Sponsorships Senator Vance New Members December Mixer 08 Reports PAGE 2 PAGE 3 PAGE 4 PAGE 5 The Newsletter of the West Shore Chamber of Commerce Chamber Annual Meeting Announced The West Shore Chamber Annual Meeting and Luncheon is scheduled to take place on January 15, 2009 from 11:45 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. at the West Shore Country Club. Thank you to sponsors Highmark Blue Shield, Thomas, Thomas & Hafer LLP and Konhaus Marketing & Communications. Additional sponsorships are available by contacting Tammy McCrae at 761-0702. The cost to attend will be $45 per person and tables of ten are $400. This important meeting celebrates the passing of another successful year, and Photo Credit: The White Wolf Group gives a preview of what will be happening in 2009. The annual meeting is where new Chairman Chick Zoll and Emcee Jim Buchanan Chamber board members are elected, outgoing directors are recognized, and the present Gala champagne toast winner Andrea Dietz with a dazzling Charles Krypell necklace donated Chamber’s most prestigious awards are presented. Watch www.wschamber.org and by Mountz Jewelers. Photo Credit: The White Wolf email reminders for more information on this key Chamber event. Group Space is limited and this event sells out fast, so remember to register as soon as possible. Registrations can be made via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or at the events calendar online at www.wschamber.org. Capstone Anniversary Event Celebrates Chamber Milestone Photo Credit: The White Wolf Group On October 25, more than 250 members put on their best evening wear and joined Senator Vance, Representative Nailor, Representative fellow members at the Hilton Harrisburg. The evening was a delightful celebration Grell, and The Honorable Gary Eichleberger all of friends, business, and Chamber history. Thank you to Diamond Sponsor WPMT recognized the Chamber’s 60 year history in the Fox 43, Table Wine Sponsor EDS, Entertainment Sponsor Holy Spirit Hospital, community. Registration Sponsor Capital BlueCross, Decoration Sponsors Hammaker’s Flower Shop and PNC Bank, and Underwriting Sponsors Giant Foods, integra Print & Image, The Camera Box, and The White Wolf Group. Robert Ortenzio Receives Members at the Gala enjoy a delicious meal while Business Achievement Award networking and reminiscing. On November 20, more than 200 attendees joined the Chamber and sponsor Commerce Bank in honoring Robert Ortenzio, Chief Executive Officer of Select Medical Corporation, as this year’s recipient of the Business Achievement Award. December 17 This prestigious award was first established in 1990 and was awarded to Robert’s December Networking Mixer father, Rocco Ortenzio. Robert has shown his commitment to the community by creating local, regional and national jobs through Select Medical Corporation which under his leadership December 29 has grown from a small start-up company into a national provider of specialized Member to Member Connections Mails health care. His focus on clinical quality, operational excellence and progressive yet responsible growth has successfully guided Select Medical for the past 12 years. Select Medical has been recognized as one of the Best Managed Companies in America by Forbes Magazine and as a Hot Growth Company by Business Week Magazine. DECEMBER NEWSLETTER SPONSOR Inspiring Business ORRSTOWN BANK 2 Business News RETTEW welcomes: Rane A. Wilson, PG, as project manager, and Suzanne Director Profile E. Stasiulatis. Kevin Wall has been promoted to project manager. Chris Frampton is a Financial Advisor-CFP (Certified Financial The Foundation for Enhancing Planner®) for the Frampton Kimmel Group, and a proud member Communities asks you to support a of the West Shore Chamber for three years. He is a native of cause you care about with a gift to one of Akron, Ohio, and moved to the west shore area 12 years ago. The Foundation’s many charitable funds Chris believes “central Pennsylvania offers a wide variety of both or by starting a fund of your own. To learn business and entertainment opportunities for its residents.” more, visit www.tfec.org or call 236-5040. Chamber membership to Chris means that “professionally Reclamere Inc. announces the we have had the opportunity to help other businesses make their following: Christy Curtorillo, as Administrative Office Manager; and the companies stronger” and personally he has befriended “some hire of Kevin Doyle, CISSP, ISSMP, CISM, as really great people.” Chris attends many Chamber events for the opportunity to Security Auditor and Assessment Manager. build business relationships with other members. In addition to being on the Boyer & Ritter, CPAs welcomes Jennifer Board, Chris serves on the Golf Committee, is the President of his Church Council DeGaetano as the Director of Marketing. and Chairman of the American Heart Association’s Heart and Stroke Gala. Accounting Today recognized the firm as one . of the “Best Accounting Firms to Work For” Mark Bayer and Crystal Stine of Orrstown Bank attended the BWF Sponsors Tap into Growing Market Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition’s Breast Cancer Leadership Training with Unique Purchasing Power Seminar at the Harrisburg Hilton, Are you looking to reach out to a growing demographic which includes 45% of the where they presented a check of almost workforce and controls $7 trillion in purchasing power? The Regional Business $13,000 from the new Think Pink Checking Women’s Forum is a multi-chamber event that offers networking, sponsorship and accounts. exhibit opportunities for businesses looking for access to a powerful marketing Felicita Garden Resort and Spa demographic – women. invites you to pamper yourself with a Women now own 30% of all businesses in the U.S., and 70% of new businesses manicure, pedicure, champagne, and a hot stone massage. Call 599-7615 to are started by women. Women also influence a majority of purchasing decisions both receive a 20% discount until December 19. at home and in the office. “There is no more compelling reason to sponsor the 2009 Business Women’s Forum and to market to area business women than one simple The Board of Directors of Mid Penn Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ – MPB), parent fact – it’s good for business,” according to Anne Deeter Gallaher, President of the company of Mid Penn Bank, declared Deeter Gallaher Group LLC and chair of the event’s marketing committee. a quarterly cash dividend of 20 cents per The Business Women’s Forum is co-hosted by the West Shore, Greater Carlisle share, payable November 24, 2008, to and Harrisburg Regional Chambers of Commerce. This multi-chamber event draws shareholders of record November 5, 2008. more than 1,000 women for a day of professional development and networking. The White Wolf Group congratulates There are a wide variety of sponsorship and exhibit opportunities for businesses the winners of their Business & Industry that want to tap into this unique and powerful market. Chamber member and Night booth giveaway. Megan Zengerle group registration discounts are available for attendees. The event will take place of Journal Publications (Central on April 2, 2009. For more information on how you can be a part of this event’s Penn Business Journal) and success, contact Tammy McCrae at 761-0702 or visit the event’s website at www. Scott Kelley of Sacunas Integrated businesswomensforum.com. Communications received therapeutic km massage certificates courtesy of Sass Salon & Day Spa. Marketing Solutions High Hotels Ltd announces the Graphic Design Member Mentor promotion of Laurel F. Rolle to Regional Manager for: Hampton Inn Printing Networking Tip of c Harrisburg-West and Homewood Direct Mail Suites by Hilton, Harrisburg-West. the Month Commerce Bank/Harrisburg, NA, & “Networking is hard for me because I don’t like to talk about myself.” Tip: announces the promotion of Cheryl Nickliss to Employee Relations Manager. Konhaus Marketing Don’t talk about yourself, instead, & Communications ask open-ended questions. Get Brown Schultz Sheridan & Personalized Marketing Solutions people to talk about themselves and Fritz announces the following new formerly TransAmerica Printing their business and fold information staff members: Jeffrey N. Clippinger and Kimberly M. Rohrer, accountants; 3544 Old Gettysburg Rd. ~ Camp Hill, PA 17011 about yourself and your business into www.KonhausMarketing.com responses. Now you’re networking. and Candace R. Masson, marketing coordinator. BSSF was named as one of 717. 731.9456 (Continued on next page) 3 the Best Accounting Firms to Work For. Senator Vance Reports Belco Community Credit Union “Very Difficult” Year Ahead employees donated $1,085 to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure® foundation in More than 130 members of the Greater Carlisle Area and West Shore Chambers of observance of Breast Cancer Awareness Commerce gathered at Hotel Carlisle on November 6 to hear Senator Patricia Vance’s Month. annual address on the state of the district in Pennsylvania. The Senator spoke on a number of topics including Pennsylvania’s anticipated budget shortfall and the current ActionCOACH, has been named a economy. Vance said that the state of the economy overpowers everything. finalist in two categories: “Best Overall Company” and “Best Multinational Reduced revenue has taxed the state budget and although the Governor has made Company in North America” in the Stevies cuts, it still faces a growing deficit. Education and welfare are the two largest budget 2008 International Business Awards. line items with 67% of the welfare budget going to seniors and people with disabilities. Pennsylvania has the third highest elderly population in country. “This is the most The Shippensburg SBDC is a challenging budget in at least 18 years,” Vance stated. partner with Ben Franklin Technology Partners in this year’s $100,000 Big Idea Vance also reported on the following: Business Plan Contest. Visit http:// • Puppy Mill Legislation. Vance’s office received more than 2,300 emails in just one 100k.benfranklin.org or call 477-1935 day from both inside and outside of PA on this issue. for more information. • Merger of the Two Blues (Highmark Blue Shield and Independence BlueCross out of Philadelphia). The decision on this merger is the Insurance Commissioner’s Autumn Wolfe, CPA and partner responsibility, not the legislators. If a merger is goes through, a possible concern, said at McKonly & Asbury, LLP, has been appointed to the Central Vance, would be job losses in Cumberland County due to duplicate services. Pennsylvania College board of • Governor Rendell’s Adult Basic Care Plan. One of the main issues with the plan is directors. McKonly & Asbury has been the unclear source of the funding. named one of the Best Accounting • Chesapeake Bay Waste Reduction Act. Through a Federal mandate by the Firms to to Work For in the U.S. by Best Department of Environmental Protection, Pennsylvania must be compliant by 2010. Companies Group and Accounting Today. The problem is finding the funding. Integrity Bank reported an increase of • Transportation. With the rejection of tolling I-80 and the withdrawal of 66% in earnings for the third quarter 2008. the turnpike lease, funding for the $36 million on upgrades to the state’s aging During the same period loans grew 19% to infrastructure needs to be found. $331 million from $277 million. • Truck Idling Law. The recent passage of this environmental law will help reduce air pollution in our area and was highly supported by the trucking industry. NAI CIR announces the following transactions: the sale of 2.87 acres on Old Trail Rd, Etters; Daniel J. Alderman. The Bill Gladstone Group handled the 60 Years Ago lease of 2,289 sq. ft. of office space at 470 Friendship Rd, Swatara Twp to Central PA Rehabilitation Services; and • The Theory of Quantum Dynamics the leasing of 3,410 sq. ft. of office space was developed by Richard to a Miracle-Ear franchise in Camp Feynman. Hill, Graystone Bank has leased an additional 4,631 sq. ft. of office space in • Popcorn was sold on a mass scale the Veteran’s Memorial Office Building, for the first time. Harrisburg, and Joe Bedard has handled the leasing of 129,183 sq. ft. of warehouse space in Mechanicsburg. • Boxing and wrestling were television’s prime attractions. Roof Advisory Group, Inc. has been listed in the 2008 Wealth Manager magazine’s annual nationwide ranking of wealth managers by average investment assets under management per client relationship for the second year. Rose Anderson, owner of Pure Gallery, has received the Certified Picture Framer designation from The Professional Picture Framers Association. Volunteers of America has launched its annual Toy Drive. To find the closest business or organization collection site for new, unwrapped toys or to request a toy collection box, call 236-1440. SF&Company announces the following: Claire S. Weaver, CPA, AEP, CSEP, has (Continued on next page) 4 Business News earned the designation of Accredited Estate Planner (AEP); and Greg A. Alt, New Members CPA, as the Accounting and Auditing The following new members were acknowledged and approved by the Chamber’s Director. Board of Directors at their November meeting. Neill Funeral Home, Inc., will collect holiday cards and hard candy for soldiers overseas and veterans in Aamco Transmission Pennsylvania Association For The Blind local VA hospitals until December 1 Shawn Lilley Elaine R. Welch and unwrapped toys, blankets, clothes, 3600 Market Street and non-perishable food items for the 90 East Shady Lane Camp Hill, PA 17011 Enola, PA 17025 Salvation Army to assist families in need, 909-4044 234-3261 until December 8. Call Shelly at 564-2633 prior to delivering donations to either Automobile Associations location; 3501 Derry Street, Harrisburg, www.pablind.com or 3401 Market Street, Camp Hill. Carlisle Expo Center The Pennsylvania Department of Frances Kachnoskie 1000 Bryn Mawr Road Silpada Designs Environmental Protection (DEP) has appointed E. Charles Wunz, P.E., DEE, of Carlisle, PA 17013 Debbie Farver Herbert, Rowland & Grubic, Inc., to 243-7855 ext 164 5865 Spring Tree Court its Water Resources Advisory Committee. Banquet Facilities Enola, PA 17025 Fulton Bank announces that Vann www.carlisleexpocenter.com 732-4720 S. Rath has been promoted to regional senior commercial credit analyst. Carpet Majik Tom Wenger Photography. LLC Thomas, Thomas & Hafer Tony Dees Tom Wenger announces the addition of Jeffrey 227 West Siddonsburg Road 480 Pine Ridge Circle McCormick to the firm. Dillsburg, PA 17019 Lewisberry, PA 17339 766-7994 Presence will have a Cozy Sweater 227-6890 Party from November 28 - December 6. Fire and/or Water Restoration www.carpetmajik.com Photography Bring a warm sweater for donation to Harrisburg Bethesda Mission: Women’s www.tomwenger.com and Children’s Shelter for 10% off a Good News Church new sweater. Enjoy cocktails and hors Al Sones Zero Energy Properties d’oeuvres on November 28. A cash and 124 State Road Guy D. Huber carry Debra de Roo Resort Trunk Show Mechanicsburg, PA 17050-3156 1505 Market Street runs from December 8 - 13. 791-0860 Camp Hill, PA 17011 Montour Home Comfort Services- Religious Organizations 737-0120 Division of Sunoco Inc offers www.goodnewsfmc.org this energy tip: according to the U.S. Building/Construction Department of Energy, homeowners www.zeroenergyproperty.com Great Clips can save as much as 10% a year on heating and cooling bills by turning the Mark Alt thermostat back 10 to 15 degrees. For 320 Pennsboro Plaza more information call 564-1440. Enola, PA 17025 260-3737 Frampton Kimmel Group announces that Chris Frampton and Beauty Salons Jackie Kimmel have each been named www.greatclips.com as Raymond James Financial Services (RJFS) 2009 “Rising Star” award recipients Hearts~n~Hands Seroma Club based upon longevity with the firm, fiscal Bea Gabany production and percentage growth of that 119 Allen Court production over the prior year. Camp Hill, PA 17011 Dr. Erica Voss-Meloy of 439-3692 Mechanicsburg Eye Associates Organizations has joined the Optometric Nutrition Society and received a certificate for Hilton Garden Inn Harrisburg East twenty years of membership in the Jaime Prough Pennsylvania Optometric Association. 3943 Techport Drive The Hershey Harrisburg Regional Harrisburg, PA 17111 Visitors Bureau has a new Visitor 635-7299 Information Center located at 17 South Hotels/Motels Second Street in Harrisburg, open www.harrisburgeast.stayhgi.com (Continued on next page) 5 Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM December Mixer Provides until 5:30 PM with weekend hours soon Festive Networking debuting. Conservation Concepts, Inc. has been Build relationships and business contacts at Giant Foods on December 17 with this chosen by VELUX America, the largest festive lunch mixer held at the 2nd Floor Community Center of the Giant Super Food worldwide manufacturer of Solar Water Store in Camp Hill from 12 – 2 p.m. Sample the catering creations of Giant Foods Heaters, to be their central PA dealer. while networking with fellow members. Landmark Commercial Realty, Inc. Both members and prospective members are invited to attend this popular handled the following transactions: the networking event free of charge to capitalize on the chance to mingle and connect purchase of a 2,758 sq. ft. office building with other professionals. The Chamber recommends all members take advantage of at 2444 N. 3rd St., Harrisburg brokered by this opportunity to inspire business with other friendly, principled, connected and David J. Remmel; the lease of an office professional members. suite at 298 S. Progress Ave., Harrisburg Mixers are free and registrations are appreciated. To streamline your way into brokered by Chuck Heller; and Caring this event, register today by sending an email to email@example.com or via Hands Chiropractic Wellness Center, Inc. has leased 627 sq. ft. of office the events calendar online. space at 6 Kacey Court, Mechanicsburg. The Communication Gym is adding training locations to better serve the Representative Scott Perry Calls for Composure growing communications needs of the and Unity within the Business Community region’s businesses. Sessions are currently held at JPL and Central Pennsylvania The West Shore Chamber Legislative Committee welcomed comments from College. For more information visit Representative Scott Perry (R – 92nd District) at the October 16 meeting. The budget www.TheCommunicationGym.com or call was of prime concern for Representative Perry. “For the past six years, government 888-9-THE-GYM. spending in Pennsylvania has been at an unprecedented level,” he stated. A $2-3 SECCO, Inc. has become an ENERGY billion shortfall is projected for the 2009 budget, and Pennsylvania’s borrowing debt STAR Partner for their Commercial now stands at $110 billion. As a businessman, Perry finds Pennsylvania’s budgeting Division. ENERGY STAR is a voluntary process a “tragedy” and says we need to look at effectiveness in the state’s future partnership between businesses, budgeting processes. government and others united to protect our environment by changing to energy- When asked where blame for the current economic crisis lies, Perry responded efficient practices today. that it is everyone’s responsibility. The public’s belief in entitlement and the Dale Carnegie’s® Competency Based Development Solutions can make your politicians who try to outdo each other business more effective. To find out have both led to fiscal irresponsibility. more, contact Buddy Bresnick at buddy. When asked about his thoughts on firstname.lastname@example.org. placing caps on government spending, The Board of Directors of Whitaker Perry put the onus on the public to Center for Science and the Arts control the amount of money they give elected Jack M. Stover as its new Chair. the government to spend. In order to Wonders, The Arts & Science Store, has bring down spending, Perry said, the unique gifts, stocking stuffers and more legislators need more calls asking for for the holidays. To learn more about store merchandise and hours call 724-3854. less. The public also needs to demand accountability for where their tax dollars Build a Better You for the Holidays at are going. Executive Books. Visit ExecutiveBooks. com for titles to help enhance your most Perry commented that he experiences valuable asset, yourself! daily the social implications resulting from the current economic downturn. Abel Personnel held a renaissance themed celebration on October 31 , “People are frustrated and angry” he said. honoring thirteen current members of the Perry pointed out that it is important Protection Services Inc. team placed by for individuals to come out against Abel Personnel. This is the first event to extremism politics. Additionally, he mark the beginning of Abel Personnel’s urged businesses to continually articulate 40th year in business. the importance of business in our Cleve J. Fredricksen Library communities to everyone with whom they welcomes new Library Director, Bonnie come into contact. Goble. High Associates Ltd. announces that Denise Cass has joined the firm as an industrial/commercial REALTOR®. (Continued on next page) 6 Business News Central Penn Business Journal’s The Book of Lists is both a business Member Renewals resource and a marketing vehicle to Thank you to the following members who continued their support of the business advertise your business. For more community by recently renewing their annual membership investment. information, call Nate Tile at 236-4300 or email email@example.com. 31 - 40 years Community Trust Company Rich Valley Golf is now booking 2009 Bishop Paper Company Cordier Antiques & Fine Art golf outings and special events. The Don Jacobs Insurance Services Inc 150 person indoor room has a podium 11 - 20 years Engle-Hambright & Davies Inc. with microphone and projector for Dr. Victor Cohen presentations. Call Amy at 691-8805 Express Employment Professionals Duty’s Lock, Safe & Security Inc. ext. 5 for more information. ezTechDirect Fagan Accounting & Management Allenberry Resort Inn & Grandon Real Estate Inc. Michael L. Bangs Attorney At Law Playhouse presents Santa’s Christmas Omex-Office Maintenance Experts H. Edward Black & Associates PC in the Country, now thru December 21. Mass Construction Group Inc. Schneider Electric/Square D Company Call 258-3211 or visit www.allenberry. Oreck Factory Showroom of Camp Hill com for reservations. Seifert Woodcrafts Inc. Presence SCORE is looking for more volunteers. 6 - 10 years ReproHouse.net For information contact Ed Kitchen at Farrell Associates LLC Shearer Advertising firstname.lastname@example.org or SCORE at score@ panetwork.com. MAGNET Co-Op. Smith Cartwright LLP Momentum, Inc. Southern Penn Communications Luxor Events & Marketing Outback Steakhouse is producing the 8th Power Through Temp Tech Inc. Partners in Women’s Healthcare PC Trans Associates Engineering Knowledge Conference for 500 people with disabilities on April 2-4, 2009. Signs by Tomorrow Consultants Inc. For more information on exhibiting, Temple Beth Shalom Triscari Group sponsorships or registration call 506-0634. The Hetrick Center Wingate Inn Uplifting Athletes Inc. Property Management, Inc. Volunteers of America began management for the following properties: Victoria Abbey at Forest 1 - 5 years Hills in Lower Paxton Township; American Heart Association Capital Neighborhood Assn Valmere Path, York; Region Division Fair Hill Neighborhood Assn and The American Lung Assn. of Pennsylvania Preserve Neighborhood Assn in Enola; Boiling Springs Tavern Walden Neighborhood Assn and Versant at Pinehurst HOA in Mechanicsburg. BRE Financial Solutions Inc. CEDG Inc. B.R.P. Entertainment announces it’s newly created Multicultural Division Colony Business Systems headed by Danna McIntire. For entertainment inquiries, call 761-7612 or visit www.brpentertainment.com. COMMITTEE NEWS Carpet Majik, LLC has relocated • The Education Committee is to the West Shore and specializes in looking for businesses to participate the cleaning of carpet, upholstery, in a newly implemented Job Shadow tile & grout, oriental rugs and water Database. If you would like to help damage restoration services. For impact young individuals who may more information on all certified green products, or to schedule a free lead your business in the future by inspection, call Tony Dees at 766-7994. giving them the hands on experience of a job shadow, contact Leigh-Ann Debbie Farver, independent Silpada Designs representative, will help you Reitze at email@example.com with all your personal and gift giving today. needs. Order by December 11 for guaranteed Christmas delivery. Call • The Member Mentor Committee 732-4720 or visit www.mysilpada. announces the debut of a new feature, com/debbie.farver to browse the entire Networking Tips in the Connections sterling silver jewelry catalog. newsletter. Tips provided by members CAMPBELL Commercial Real of the committee will help you Estate Inc. announces the following transaction: the sale of a 14,000 sq. ft. market yourself while making and building at 4359 Linglestown Road, building strong business-to-business Harrisburg. relationships. (Continued on next page) 7 Harrisburg Stampede is having Members Had a “Blast” a Meet and Greet on December 1 at at Trap Shoot Event Legends in the Holiday Inn West Mechanicsburg with sponsors abc Members enjoyed a day on the range at the 2nd Annual Women in Business 27 and Harrisburg Magazine. Roundtable Trap Shoot Event on November 3 at the West Shore Sportsmen’s Space is limited, RSVP to jbowman@ Association (WSSA). This sold out event, sponsored by Wachovia Securities, aifaprofootball.com or call 236-4680 for supplied members with an arsenal of new skills, friends, and information. Additional more information. thanks go to supporting sponsors integra Print & Image and Sir D’s Catering. Herbert, Rowland & Grubic, Members received training and instruction in both trap and pistol shooting. Inc. (HRG) has hired Eric Boyer as an About 30 volunteers from the WSSA provided participants with firearms, safety electrical engineer. lessons and guided practice for the entire day. Carol Dietz donated all of the clays Pazazzz has holiday gifts from $5.00 used for the event in honor of her late husband, Jack, who was essential in helping and up and is now featuring a Chocolate the Committee create the first Trap Shoot Event. Thank you to everyone from the Artist with edible goodies. Starting WSSA for their vital role in the event’s success. November 23, Pazazzz will be open 7 A new addition to the event was a block shoot, a game of chance where days a week. participants shoot buckshot at a target and the closest to the center wins half of the Attorney William E. Miller, Jr. has been money collected. Winners of the Block Shoot were Karen Smith of the Patriot News named to the Harrisburg Academy’s for the morning session and Tammy McCrae of the West Shore Chamber for the Board of Trustees. He serves as solicitor afternoon session. for Upper Allen Township. Congratulations to top trap shooters: James Thomas, Thomas, Thomas & Hafer Outback Steakhouse gift cards make LLP - 23/25, Mark Brown, Capital BlueCross - 15/25, Roger Barilani, Wachovia great employee gifts: purchase $100 Securities LLC - 16/25, Carrie Smyth, Thomas, Thomas & Hafer LLP – 12/25, Jessica worth of Outback gift cards and enjoy a Lilly, Capital BlueCross – 10/25, and Diann Roffe, Cloister Wash & Lube – 10/25 . $20 bonus card for yourself. Zero Energy Properties serves both commercial and residential properties and can show you how to economically utilize technology to make your property a zero energy property. For more information contact Guy Huber at 737-0120 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Sylvia D. Hepler of Launching Lives was featured in a half hour Attendees receive personal interview on WHP-580 AM. Listen by going to http://www. handgun safety whp580.com/pages/michaeljparks.html instruction before and clicking on the audio link. participating at the pistol range. Igneous Rock Gallery announces Sunday hours from 1- 6 p.m. until Christmas. Visit www. igneousrockgallery.com or call Robert Wertz, proprietor, at 774-4074 to Photo Credit: The Camera Box see beautifully colored and elegantly statuesque volcanic rock water fountains. Weekday hours are by appointment. R.S. Mowery & Sons announces that they were named the Business of the Year Winner in Central Penn Business Journal’s “50 – 100 Employees” category. Great Clips announces the opening of the Enola salon in the Pennsboro Commons Shopping Center on December 13 at 9 a.m. with drawings for free haircuts, gifts and refreshments. All haircuts will be $3.99 for the next 30 days. For more information visit greatclips. com or call Mark at 260-3709. Sign-A-Rama in Camp Hill announces the following employee assignments: Nicolas Preneau to Production Manager, Alicia Photo Credit: The Camera Box Cavanaugh to Client Services Representative, Every trap shooter had a personal instructor at the trap range. and Mark Blahusch to Engraved Products and ADA Compliance Manager. Presorted Standard U.S. Postage PAID Inspiring Business Permit No. 762 Harrisburg, PA West Shore Chamber of Commerce 4211 Trindle Road, Camp Hill, PA 17011 www.wschamber.org Connections is published monthly by the West Shore Chamber of Commerce, 4211 Trindle Road, Camp Hill, PA 17011. Phone: (717) 761-0702 Fax: (717) 761-4315 Email: email@example.com Website: www.wschamber.org Chick Zoll, Chairman of the Board Bill DeVore, Vice Chair of Administration Bob Saline, Vice Chair of Community & Economic Development Jennifer Buehler, Vice Chair of Governmental Affairs Andrea Dietz, Vice Chair of Member Services Aaron Grumbling, Treasurer Kerwin Stetler, Past Chair DIRECTORS H. Leslie Bishop Rick LaVanture Crystal Clark, Esq. Jim McGraw Donna Davidson Jeian Rauchut Joe Farrell Diann Roffe Chris Frampton Bruce Seagrist Rhonda Hebbard Tammy Shearer Tony Hutcheson Phil Shenk Robert Lauriello, PE Kipp Stecher Edward M. Messner, President & CEO Contributing Writers: Sandy Allison, Mary Clayton, Tammy McCrae and Leigh-Ann Reitze
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