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Ribbon Cutting: NETwork Ministries

We recently celebrated with a Ribbon Cutting at NETwork Ministries to mark the completion of the third and final phase of their 419 Building Campaign! NETwork is an urban youth ministry for children and teens which provides after-school and summer opportunities for children in the Chambersburg area. They seek to equip children and young adults…

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Member Spotlight: OneSkin Dermatology

OneSkin Dermatology is an innovative medical practice bringing transparency and wellness to the traditional dermatologic healthcare experience. Founded by board-certified dermatologist Dr. Rachel Day, OneSkin Dermatology is the area’s first direct-care dermatology and skin-health and wellness practice. Through the direct-care model, Dr. Day partners with patients to provide high-level access to expert dermatological care for…

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Member Spotlight: Franklin County Career Tech Practical Nursing Program

The Franklin County Career and Technology Center Practical Nursing Program was founded in 1958 with the mission to educate and prepare adult learners to competently and safely practice as entry level practical nurses. Together with local clinical facilities, the Program’s excellent faculty of registered nurses and certified nurse educators prepares adult students of all backgrounds…

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Ribbon Cutting: Shafer Equipment Rental

We recently had a Ribbon Cutting to celebrate Shafer Equipment Company’s new location at 380 West Commerce Street, Chambersburg. Congratulations! Shafer Equipment Company provides short-term and long term rentals on a wide range of equipment including scissor lifts from 12’ to 40’, Boom lifts ranging from 30’ to 185’, industrial forklifts up to 21’ as…

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Ribbon Cutting: Keystone Health

Recently, Keystone Health celebrated the grand opening and ribbon cutting of the Keystone Professional Center at 111 Chambers Hill Drive. Congratulations! The 68,000-square-foot facility houses Keystone Urgent Care; Keystone Pediatric Therapies including Audiology and Speech (which will be renamed Keystone Pediatric Developmental Center) and Keystone Infectious Diseases, HIV/STD Services, and Keystone Community Outreach (these practices…

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Ribbon Cutting: Teriyaki Madness

Congratulations to Teriyaki Madness! We recently celebrated their opening at 243 Walker Road in Chambersburg with a Ribbon Cutting, and we’re excited to welcome franchise owner Jake Moore to the local business community. Teriyaki Madness, a fast-casual Asian restaurant concept featuring a Seattle Teriyaki menu, is committed to unconditionally satisfying guests by offering delicious, made-to-order…

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Member Spotlight: Franklin County Community Foundation

The Franklin County Community Foundation (FCCF), a regional foundation of The Foundation for Enhancing Communities, is your local community foundation. Established in 1987, FCCF serves Franklin County by being a place for individuals, companies, foundations and nonprofit organizations to establish funds that will support the civic, social, educational and cultural well-being of individuals in Franklin…

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Volunteer Spotlight: Helen Krietz

At the Chamber, volunteers come in many forms: from committee members and ambassadors to those who volunteer in the Heritage Center. With Thanksgiving rapidly approaching, we’re giving thanks for one of the volunteers who helps at the Heritage Center and in the Chamber offices, Helen Krietz. Helen has been volunteering for 13 years. She loves…

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New Membership Director Joins Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce Staff

The Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce Jordan Nace as the new membership director who will serve nearly 800 members of the business community.  Jordan joined the Chamber team in early November and formerly worked in sales and marketing for Higher Information Group. His experience includes an extensive background in sales and…

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When Do Gift Cards in Pennsylvania Expire?

How long has that gift card you got from Aunt Martha on Christmas that one year been tucked inside your wallet? Is it still good?  Often times, people aren’t sure if a business will accept a gift card that’s a few years old. But, did you know state and federal laws are in place setting guidelines…

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