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Congrats and welcome Sweet Rollers to Downtown Chambersburg! They celebrated their Chambersburg location at 115 East Queen Street surrounded by friends and family with a ribbon cutting this week. Sweet Rollers is a local family operated business with a product that is handcrafted for your fundraising success. They offer fun, fast and delicious fundraising along…

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Welcome Rockstar Cheer to Chambersburg! They celebrated their Grand Opening at 254 East King Street surrounded by friends and family this past week. Rockstar Cheer is Franklin County’s only D1 all-star cheerleading program. They offer classes in tumbling, stunting and introduction to cheerleading as well as private lessons and open gym time for children. In…

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Our inaugural Economic Development Breakfast, sponsored by ACNB Bank, happened virtually on July 16! The event was created to focus exclusively on the construction and renovations of our region as well as focus on the importance of downtown as a major generator for Chambersburg. We presented four awards that recognized our members for their accomplishments…

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ChambersFest 2020 kicks off on Saturday! Due to social distancing, events have been modified to follow safe gathering practices. Check out the complete schedule below and get ready for fun with the whole family! Scoop-a-Palooza Ice Cream Trail, July 1-31 This year, Scoop-a-Palooza will take on a different format: an ice cream trail during National…

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Cumberland Valley School of Music (CVSM) will celebrate its 30th year starting this fall! CVSM is a non-profit music school committed to creating a musical community where high-quality instruction and performance opportunities are available to all. Over 750 students annually – newborn through senior citizens – are served by CVSM with instruction provided in music,…

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Article published courtesy of Franklin County Free Press. Nathan Neil of LaunchUX and Crystal Groves of Gettysburg have put together a webinar, to help small businesses navigate both the pandemic and the new world they feel is coming when the crisis is over. The webinar provides not only survival techniques for today, but a view…

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We know that for many, this is a difficult time in the workforce; so we asked our members to let us know who was hiring and what positions they had available. Take a look below at their messages, and check back for updates as we receive more information.  For more job openings in the area,…

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Written by Tina Pittman, CPA and owner of Your Accountant. To help businesses retain employees and keep them employed during the COVID-19 crisis, Congress has provided a refundable employer retention credit available to all qualifying employers regardless of size, including tax-exempt organizations. To qualify for the credit, employers must fall into one of two categories:…

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Recently, the Wolf Administration strongly urged non-essential businesses across the state to close for at least 14 days to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. The governor’s request protects employees, customers, and suppliers and limits the spread of the virus through personal contact and surfaces. Previously the governor designated Bucks County, Chester County, Delaware County,…

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The Chambersburg Chamber honored eight of its members for their phenomenal achievements with more than 220 people in attendance at the Chamber Awards Breakfast this morning, sponsored by M&T Bank. “We are immensely grateful to our exceptional business and community members for their contributions,” said Stephen Christian, president of the Chamber. “It’s an honor to…

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