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Celebrating 65 years of sharing “our” stories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

In 1954, Alvin Engle and his wife, Pauline, purchased a small printing press with

dreams to grow from a two-person operation in the family basement into a community-focused business. This marked the beginning of Engle Printing & Publishing Co., Inc. (EPC), which is proudly celebrating its 65th anniversary this year. Now employing more than 300 team members and distributing products throughout the East Coast, EPC is honored to have become an integral part of the communities it serves. The Engle family became publishers in 1959 with the purchase of the Elizabethtown-Mount Joy Merchandiser, a community advertising paper. Alvin left his daytime job in 1960 and became a full-time printer/publisher. The growing business overflowed into the family’s garage, then into a 20-by-100-foot shop in Mount Joy in 1965. EPC saw several expansions over the years - from new buildings and new equipment to the addition of new publications. When Alvin passed away unexpectedly in 1971, Pauline kept the Pauline and Alvin Engle, 1967 vision alive and continued the expansion efforts. “I was not fortunate to have been able to work with my father, but we have been blessed by his vision for EPC and our parents’ legacy of faith, family, and work,” said EPC vice president Denny Engle, Alvin and Pauline’s son. Denny was a high school student when his father passed away. In 1973, the company purchased the property at 1425 W. Main St. in Mount Joy, which is still the location of EPC’s Mount Joy office. EPC opened a plant in Hempfield in 1998 to accommodate state-of-the-art equipment and a 16-unit, three-story Goss Universal Press, where hundreds of publications are printed on a weekly basis. EPC’s product lines span from commercial printing to a publishing division that produces more than 30 publications, which include the Merchandiser, Pennysaver, Advertiser, and Community Courier community newspapers, as well as Lancaster County Magazine, Where & When Pennsylvania, Antiques & Auction News, and others. The company’s 22 community newspapers reach more than 367,000 households each and every week. “We are the As third generation in the business, I only local publishing company that extends in the coverage appreciate the foundation that our area that we do,” said EPC president Charles (Charlie) Engle, family has laid for us. From a young age Alvin and Pauline’s son. “We have the opportunity to connect it was instilled in me to buy local, have valuable information throughout many communities with the deep roots in the community, and have variety of publications that we publish.” a strong faith that helps us overcome EPC’s community papers connect communities by providchallenges as they arise. We’ve also been ing a platform for nonprofit organizations to showcase their very fortunate to work alongside so efforts. Additionally, local sports coverage, community accommany dedicated employees that help plishments, and business news are also highlighted. keep that foundation strong. Tanya Bomberger

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The years have been marked by technological advances. In order to stay relevant in the fast-paced digital world, EPC provides all content online. TownLively.com serves as the hub of the entire coverage area – Lancaster, Chester, York, and Dauphin counties. Readers may browse through digital versions of the newspapers at www.townlively.com/read. Additionally, links to the websites of EPC’s other publications can be found at www.engleonline.com. EPC remains a family-owned company and includes four generations of family members. In addition to Charlie and Denny, family members involved with the business include Jeremy Engle, vice president of operations; Jocelyn Engle, publisher; Daryl Rutt, treasurer; and Tanya Bomberger, web project manager. Sadly, devoted family member Audrey Rutt, Alvin and Pauline’s daughter, passed away in November 2018. “As third generation in the business, I appreciate the foundation that our family has laid for us,” said Tanya. “From a young age it was instilled in me to buy local, have deep roots in the community, and have a strong faith that helps us overcome challenges as they arise. We’ve also been very fortunate to work alongside The late Audrey Rutt and her so many dedicated employees that help keep that foundation strong.” husband, Dick. Jocelyn, who took over the publishing duties for the EPC community newspapers and the lifestyle/leisure brands in November 2018, remembers growing up in the family business. When they were children, Jocelyn and her siblings went on Saturday morning tag-alongs to the printing plant with their father, Charlie. “We headed to the post office to gather our tub of mail and then head “It was once one man, one basement, into ‘work’ at the Mount Joy office,” Jocelyn explained. “Our tasks were to and one paper. I feel extremely blesssort the mail accordingly: my brother, the Auto Locator; my sister, Antiques ed to experience the dedication, hard & Auction News; and myself, the Merchandisers and other community work, and grit that my family taught papers. Once complete, we received our allowance: enough for a snack me through the years. There was never and Hi-C punch with crushed ice from the vending machines. During anything as evident in this experience breaks, we would roller skate around the rolls of paper in the warehouse as the trust and faith our leaders had or play tag, and our Saturday mornings were always followed with a few in the opportunities that God has proslices of pizza at Two Cousins and tunes played on the jukebox.” vided us through the years.” Through the years, Jocelyn took on various responsibilities in the company. “As I got older, ink remained in my blood and I landed additional Jocelyn Engle jobs throughout the various departments,” she stated. “My jobs ranged from stuffing inserts into the newspaper by hand to type-setting articles and going on ride-alongs with several sales representatives in the field.” Jocelyn noted that being able to experience various aspects of the business gave her a greater appreciation of its humble beginnings. “My exposure to many parts of a printing and publishing company shed light on what it took to get to where we are today,” she commented. “It was once one man, one basement, and one paper. I feel extremely blessed to experience the dedication, hard work, and grit that my family taught me through the years. There was never anything as evident in this experience as the trust and faith

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our leaders had in the opportunities that God has provided us through the years.” Don Scanlin, a longtime EPC employee and recent retiree, expressed congratulations to the company on its 65th anniversary and gratitude for being a member of the EPC family. “Thank the Lord for placing me with a Christian family and corporation,” he said. “Beginning my employment in 1979, I was fortunate to experience and be part of the growth of a small-town, one-edition newspaper to multi-edition publications covering the Susquehanna Valley and even the East Coast. Witnessing the progression from a multi-office, manual, handwritten environment to state-of-the art digital sales and production facilities was an exciting part of my employment.” EPC’s growth would not have been possible without the support of loyal local businesses and residents. Advertising consultant Julie Barker feels EPC’s deep roots in the community as she works with clients. “The customers I have had over the years have become family. In some cases, I have worked with their parents and now the next generation,” said Pictured from left: Jeremy Engle, Tanya Bomberger, Denny Engle, Julie. “We have been there Charlie Engle, Jocelyn Engle, and Daryl Rutt for each other through births, deaths, marriages, and health issues. There is a genuine caring and respect. I see how hard they work for their families and the community. I am so grateful to have known such upstanding business leaders and quality, honest people.” “From our family at EPC, we want to thank each person who has been a part of our evolving story, from the advertisers to the readers and the vendors,” Jocelyn said. “And to our team of dedicated employees, thank you for your many years of service. There are not enough words of gratitude that can be expressed for the amazing impact you have made in order serve the communities that we do.” Many longtime employees recalled fond memories from their time as part of the EPC family. “I have a great memory of Mrs. Pauline Engle,” said Carol Bowles, customer service. “When I ran the bindery in Mount Joy, there were times that I fed the pockets and stacked the finished product on a skid by

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myself. Mrs. Engle would take a walk around the pressroom and head back towards the bindery. She would say, ‘Good morning,’ with a smile and then head straight over to the pockets and started to feed them to help out. She would also help out at the tables inserting the Merchandiser when things got behind - and she did it all in high heels. Amazing.” “One of the sweetest memories I have is one afternoon shortly after returning to work after having my daughter,” said Ruth Ebersole, customer service. “‘Mrs. E,’ as I like to refer to her, met me at the door with a baby gift. It was a hand-crocheted baby blanket that she had made for me. It was certainly unexpected but so like her and (an example of) how she treated her Nate Hoffer, employees like family.” GSS executive director Don said his fondest EPC memories are of working with others in the company to achieve common goals. “It was the employees that gave me my greatest satisfaction. These gals and guys worked willingly and tirelessly to make our company a success,” said Don, adding, “I wish Engle the best as they continue as a leader in local news and commercial printing and expand their presence in the electronic world, including the exciting new TownLively.com.” EPC’s success over the past 65 years has been coupled with the company’s proud support of many nonprofits that provide vital services in local communities. Specifically, EPC recently held its 12th annual golf tournament, benefiting Good Samaritan Services (GSS). “We simply cannot fulfill our mission and do the work we feel called to do without organizations believing in our work and partnering with us,” said Nate Hoffer, GSS executive director. “Engle Printing & Publishing is a hero to Good Samaritan Services. Over the years, they have raised well over $100,000 through their annual Drive Against Homelessness golf event and have generously donated the proceeds to Good Samaritan Services, which has allowed us to help hundreds of women and children escape homelessness and move toward stability.” While planning the golf outing each year, Nate has developed a personal admiration for the company and what it represents. “I have thoroughly enjoyed working with Jocelyn Engle, Jeremy Engle, and all the great people at this family-oriented company. It is obvious that they operate with a tremendous amount of integrity, values, and a commitment to their communities,” he said. “As you can tell, I am very fond of EPC and I am abundantly grateful for their support of our ministry. Every day I see the pain and hardships that our clients encounter. If not for EPC, many of them would have no path for a brighter future.” Another organization supported by EPC is Rainbow’s End Youth Services (REYS) in Mount Joy. “From the earliest days of Rainbow’s End Youth Services in 1982, when the youth center was just a few small rooms meeting a couple hours a week, to the current full youth center with programming for all school-age students, the EPC leadership team, employees, and family have proven to be a faithful and caring community partner for REYS,” stated Joel Hughes, REYS executive director. “The decades-long support through volunteers, event sponsorships, community engagement, and financial support has been a foundation and sustaining part of allowing Rainbow’s End Youth Services to provide spiritual direction, academic assistance, and social support to local young people,” Joel said. “Our

“Engle Printing & Publishing is a hero to Good Samaritan Services. Over the years, they have raised well over $100,000 through their annual Drive Against Homelessness golf event and have generously donated the proceeds to Good Samaritan Services, which has allowed us to help hundreds of women and children escape homelessness and move toward stability.”

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staff, board, volunteers, and students echo the words of the Apostle Paul in the book of Philippians: ‘We thank God upon every remembrance of you, always in every prayer ... for your fellowship in the gospel from the first day until now.’” Allie Bucher, communications manager at Hospice & Community Care, shared, “Engle Printing & Publishing Co., Inc. has been an amazing supporter of Hospice & Community Care over the years. It is because of their commitment that we have been able to bring awareness about the importance of hospice care to the communities we serve and provide care and comfort to all patients and families. They are a true asset to the community. Congratulations on celebrating 65 years!” Looking to the future, Jocelyn hopes to continue EPC’s community partnerships, and she Denny and Charlie Engle, 1987 believes that local investment is “...They also taught us to even more crucial today. “With the overwhelming amount of give back and help those options and ease of convenience, the focus needs to remain in need in our community. on supporting the community of businesses and neighbors,” Jocelyn pointed out. “The strongest, most impactful opporWe have been blessed, so we tunities to serve and support local communities need to be should bless others.” done in local communities.” “It is an honor and privilege to be part of EPC and contribute to its legacy,” Daryl added. “Our Christian heritage is Charlie Engle at the core of all we do and is the foundation for our commitment to the local communities, businesses, churches, and organizations that we serve.” When describing EPC’s service to the community, Charlie quoted John Wesley, who stated, “Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as you can.” “As I look back on the 65 years of Engle Printing & Publishing Co., Inc., I remember our parents instilling in us children a desire to do a good, quality job or service on time and at a fair price for our customers,” Charlie related. “However, it was much more than that. It also aligned with what Rotary considers to be the Four Way Test for actions: Is it the truth? Is it fair to all concerned? Will it build goodwill and better friendships? and Will it be beneficial to all concerned? “They also taught us to give back and help those in need in our community. We have been blessed, so we should bless others,” he added. “I would like to thank all the loyal customers, many long-term dedicated employees, and reliable vendors who made it all possible to reach this 65th milestone.”

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For every $100 spent at a local business, $68 will stay in the community. When you spend the same at a national chain, only $43 stays in the community.

2. You embrace what makes your community unique. Your community has its own unique qualities that local businesses showcase. Chains can’t do that. 3. You create local jobs. When you shop locally, you help create jobs for teachers, police officers, and other essential professions while also creating higher-paying jobs for residents. 4. You nurture community. Local shop owners know you. And you know them. Local businesses support local causes at more than twice the rate of national chains. 5. You invest in entrepreneurship. Our economy was founded on small business ownership. Rewarding hard work and creativity makes our communities strong.

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6. You conserve your tax dollars. Shopping in a local business district means less infrastructure, less maintenance, and more money available to beautify your community. Also, spending locally instead of online ensures that your sales taxes are reinvested where they belong - in your community! 7. You help the environment. Buying from local businesses conserves energy and resources less fuel for transportation and less packaging 8. You create more choice. Local shops sell what they know you like. They also carry more unique items based on community preference. 9. You take advantage of their expertise. Local business owners are passionate about what they do, and they want to provide you with a great product or service because they know you. 10. You make your community a destination. The more interesting and unique our community, the more we will attract new neighbors, visitors, and guests. This benefits everyone!

“The Mount Joy Chamber of Commerce always stresses keeping your dollars local and supporting small businesses, which also promotes a strong local community. Small local businesses will also give you more personalized service, and you will probably start up a new friendship in the process. Being a Chamber of Commerce and having more than 200 members, we have business members of all types and sizes, and business-to-business support is also a very large part of supporting local! Engle Printing & Publishing Co., Inc. has been a Chamber member and servicing our area and bringing us our local events for 65 years. Because our local business owners support Engle Printing by advertising in their local weeklies, Engle in turn is able to give back to the community, which they have done for many years in a number of ways! Also, because our local businesses support and advertise in Engle Printing’s local weeklies and special sections, Engle in turn needs to hire employees from our community. It is a win-win for everyone. Congratulations to Engle Printing & Publishing Co., Inc. on its 65th anniversary from the Mount Joy Chamber of Commerce! Keep up the great work!!” - Kerry Meyers, Chamber coordinator

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“The Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center is dedicated to preserving and strengthening the Susquehanna Valley’s business and tourism environment by providing programs and services that promote business, economic, civic, and cultural growth and development. Local businesses are the lifeblood of any community. Not only do they provide jobs, products, and services, but they also are the supporters and financial sponsors of the area’s nonprofit organizations, churches, and schools.” - Beverly Shank, executive director

“Happy 65th anniversary to Engle Printing & Publishing Co., Inc. We are so fortunate to have a local publication in our community to share relevant news and provide organizations like the Manheim Area Chamber of Commerce an opportunity to supply our members and the community such a professionally done annual Membership Directory. We wish you the very best and much success to another 65 years of business prosperity.” - Kelly Lauver, administrative coordinator

Industry Affiliations MID-ATLANTIC COMMUNITY PAPERS ASSOCIATION (MACPA): EPC has been a part of the MACPA since its inception, with Charlie Engle serving as its president from 1971-1973. The support continues not only in leadership roles, but also through sales support. We salute you on this very special anniversary and look forward to a MACPA/EPC partnership continuing for the next 65 years. - Alyse Mitten, executive director

“The Elizabethtown Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to partner with Engle Printing & Publishing Co., Inc. on our annual publication showcasing the best of Elizabethtown - from charming shops to unique dining opportunities to family recreation experiences. Elizabethtown is a truly special place, and we’re thrilled to have a publication that captures why everyone should discover Elizabethtown! Congrats to Engle Printing & Publishing Co., Inc. for providing a vital resource to the Elizabethtownarea residents and visitors for over 65 years!” - Heather Hohenwarter, executive director MERCHANDISER

INDEPENDENT FREE PAPERS OF AMERICA (IFPA): Local community publications, like Engle Printing & Publishing Co., Inc., serve the residents of their region and not only survive but thrive. We are honored to have them as members of our association. EPC demonstrates, in each issue of their publications, their professionalism, love of the communities they live and work in, and progressive business principles. Congratulations for 65 years of outstanding contributions. Here’s to another 65! - Douglas Fry, executive director CIRCULATION VERIFICATION COUNCIL (CVC): As one of the premier community papers in the United States, Engle Printing & Publishing Co., Inc. has a long history of delivery excellence, high readership, and remarkable response for their advertisers. Congratulations on 65 years of service to your community. - Tim Bingaman, CEO

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The Power Of Good Business: Giving Back For Growth We have a unique business landscape in Lancaster County. We have the benefit of our private sector wanting to be immensely involved in the success of our community as a whole, and having that kind of business-led passion is key to continued growth. To celebrate local, we commemorate businesses and their Tom Baldrige, president and CEO of the commitment to what they do, their commitment to the employ- Lancaster Chamber, facilitates a discussion at ees and teams that work hard to make positive strides, and their a Young Professional’s Network event. commitment to the values and traditions of Lancaster County. Each year we host an Annual Dinner event to celebrate the businesses and organizations working tirelessly to ensure our county is set up for success. It’s a time to connect with other local leaders and community-builders while recognizing the forward progress we are all making with each decision we make on each day of the year. Over 2,000 attendees from a kaleidoscope of organizations, industries, and businesses came together to note Lancaster’s success. MERCHANDISER

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Carving out a space to take a moment and celebrate is important. It gives a sense of pride in what we are all doing to move our county forward and provides a time to recognize the hard work that goes on behind the scenes in so many shops, warehouses, offices, restaurants, classrooms, and more. It allows for you to observe “how far we’ve come” and, just as important if not more so, it allows for you to view “how much further we can go.” At the Lancaster Chamber, we strive to be a place of connection — where businesses can find a conduit to community impact, where they can interact with new networks of people, and where they can discover necessary resources and best practices to continue the momentum of success so the progress never stops. Cultivating Future Workforce There is one area that needs complete focus as we look towards the horizon: local workforce. It’s a topic consistently discussed, with concern over how to strategize the training, education, and preparation of future generations to take the lead The Lancaster Chamber building in downtown Lancaster. and continue the prosperity we’ve seen. At the Lancaster Chamber, this is crucial. Because of that need, we have created various programs specifically shaped to solve the problems of workforce development. The Lancaster County STEM Alliance and the Lancaster Chamber have collaborated to implement a workbased learning network called Inspire for employers, schools, K-12 students, and families in Lancaster County that are interested in connecting through workplace apprenticeships, internships, job shadowing experiences, company tours, and employment opportunities. We are thrilled that close to 100 companies have, thus far, committed to participating on this platform and, as such, are helping our future workforce become aware of their future employment options and career paths within our own county. Additionally, our mentoring program, which pairs high school juniors with almost 160 business leaders for oneto-one career mentorship, and our industry tours, opportunities for local teachers to explore various industries to help better communicate career paths to students, are also both part of our mission to bridge the gap between education and workforce needs. Education is a key to future success, so we are committed to hosting quarterly meetings with local college presidents and leaders to see how we are investing in local talent and connecting that talent to careers and employment here in Lancaster. We’ve developed an initiative for transportation with the South Central Transit Authority, High Concrete, Four Seasons Produce, and Lancaster Works to provide a shuttle service that connects city residents to well-paying jobs in the Adamstown area — jobs that are often unavailable to City residents solely due to transportation limitations and cost. All of these local programs and initiatives have been developed and implemented for the common goal: to set up our community for economic growth and success far into the future. Discover What’s Next: Let’s Connect The future of Lancaster continues to look bright. But in order to maintain momentum, we need the help of the collective community pushing toward a common goal, thinking about how we can presently act to impact sustainable results, Fernando, an immigrant from Cuba, is thriving while working at Willow Valley Communities. The Chamber is and constantly striving to innovate, ideate, and transform. Find out how you can help be part of our mission at focused on immigration strategy for workforce needs. the Lancaster Chamber, and how you can add to the ever-growing list of companies choosing to be activists for business that does good for the community. Visit lancasterchamber.com for more information and to connect with us. MERCHANDISER

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1950� 1954 Alvin and Pauline Engle purchase a printing press and start Engle Printing & Publishing Co., Inc. (EPC) in the basement of their home on Wood Street in Mount Joy. 1959 EPC purchases the Merchandiser.

1960 The company expands to the family’s garage on Wood Street in Mount Joy. 1965 The business moves to 18 W. Main St., Mount Joy. 1966 EPC purchases another press.

1970� 1973 The business moves to its current location at 1425 W. Main St., Mount Joy. 1975 EPC purchases Five Star News - now the York Community Courier.

1980� 1984 EPC purchases Antiques & Auction News and starts publishing the Middletown Shopper (now the Middletown Community Courier). 1988 The company purchases the Advertiser.

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2010� 2013 EPC purchases Lancaster County Magazine. 2014 TownLively.com launches - all articles that appear in the community papers are now available online. 2018 Digital editions of the community papers are added to TownLively.com.

2020� The team at EPC is excited for the future and looks forward to continuing its support of local businesses and nonprofit organizations!

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im Roberts West Main Auto, 14 W. Main St., Mount Joy, a family business owned by Jim and Sharon Roberts, has been serving Mount Joy, Elizabethtown, Maytown, Marietta, and surrounding areas for 45 years. Jim is from York and was always ambitious growing up. As a youngster he sold potato chips and doughnuts door-to-door, mowed lawns, and worked on cars. He joined the FW Woolworth training program, which reJim Roberts Western Auto opened with a ribbon-cutting quired him to move six times. ceremony in June of 1974 at 18 W. Main St., Mount Joy. When he became a manager at the Woolworth’s in Baltimore, Md., he met dropped some of the smaller merchandise       lines and eventually appliances as the autoAnother move came when he helped motive line grew. open the Park City store. Jim and Sharon One Saturday afternoon in October married, and yet another move found of 1982, Jim and Sharon closed the store them in Bradford. early and, with the help of members of the When their daughter, Michele, was born, Mount Joy Lions Club and friends, moved they decided to settle in one place and the merchandise next door to the Murphy start their own business. They decided on 5&10 that they had purchased. The store Western Auto, a well-known nationwide was ready for business on Monday morning. store. When looking for a location, Mount A four-bay garage was added to the site Joy was suggested. They remembered in 1985. Eventually, bikes and mowers were passing through the town when they lived eliminated from the inventory, making in Lancaster and seeing the sign, “Mount room for a full line of automotive parts, Joy – A nice place to live, work, and play.â€? tires, and accessories. Western Auto Jim Roberts Western Auto opened in Supply Company closed its distribution June of 1974 at 18 W. Main St. in a 26-by- centers in 2003. The Western Auto name 67-foot showroom with a one-bay garage was used until 2006 when the name was to install tires and batteries at the end of the changed to Jim Roberts West Main Auto.  

             a hodgepodge of merchandise, including wipers, brakes, shocks, alternators, starters, bikes, mowers, large and small appliances, calipers, belts, hoses, gaskets, spark plugs,         caps, oil, coolant, additives, wash and wax some automotive items. products, and accessories. Interstate and As the store’s only two employees, Jim DEKA batteries are available. The tire and Sharon had to create handwritten selection includes Goodyear, Hercules, receipts, and they put in a lot of work hours. General, Kelly, Continental, and others. They added some part-time employees If an item the customer needs is not in over the years, purchased an electric stock, it can be quickly ordered. The fullregister, expanded to two more rooms, and       emissions testing, brake work, front end work and wheel alignments, tire repair and installation, oil changes, installation of water pumps, radiators, hoses, belts, fuel pumps, batteries, shocks, and more. A clean waiting room     vision, and Wi-Fi for customers. There is also a convenient key drop for before- and      The business also car            ries a great selection members (from left) Eric Ross, service manager; Michele Landvater, of parts and accessories store manager; and Jim and Sharon Roberts, owners. for the do-it-yourselfer.

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grateful to Good Samaritan for the way    Â?   ­Â&#x20AC; Â&#x201A; was a stranger, and you let me in.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;? Thanks to the assistance from GSS, the lives of Suzy and her daughters have been completely transformed. Suzy is now working full time, and she is enrolled in college and pursuing a degree in criminal justice. Her daughters are thriving in school. In addition, Suzy recently purchased her own home. Helping to create success stories like Suzyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s is the goal of Good Samaritan Services, which strives to respond with compassion to the challenges of povertyrelated needs across Lancaster and Chester counties. GSS takes a customized approach to helping men, women, and children overcome homelessness and hardships. ;\Iâ&#x20AC;ŤŮşâ&#x20AC;ŹUMUJMZ[I\/WWL;IUIZQ\IV;MZ^QKM[\ISMIK][\WUQbMLIXXZWIKP\WPMTXQVOUMV_WUMV The organization serves up to 200 peoand children overcome homelessness and hardships.   Â?Â? Â?  services ranging from emergency shelter to   Â? Â? Â?   of fundraisers throughout the year, in- Â?    empowerment programs to help cluding Engle Printing & Publishing Co., the Lancaster County Permanent Housing people get back on their feet in a Inc.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s annual Drive Against Homeless-     Â?Â? Â&#x2020;  sustainable way. ness Golf Outing. Â&#x20AC;          Good Samaritan Services Good Samaritan is gearing up to tan Services, including details on ways to gives immediate help to people participate in Lancaster Countyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s annual support the organizationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s work, readers who are experiencing home- Extraordinary Give, which will be held on may visit www.goodsamservices.org.  lessness and helps those at risk Â&#x20AC;    Â&#x2026;Â&#x2026; Â&#x192;   of becoming homeless by day of giving connects donors restoring their lives to stability. from the community with The organization has 10 prop-       erties that are used to provide organizations that serve housing and services to clients. Lancaster County and its GSS strives to create homes and residents. On Nov. 22, interwork environments that make ested individuals may make   Â? a donation to GSS online at Good Samaritan Services www.extragive.org. representatives strive to keep To celebrate the Extratheir Christian faith central to ordinary Give with community all they do at GSS, recognizing members, representatives of members of the community Good Samaritan will be at who are in need and draw- Scratch Bakes, 3 W. Main St., ing on compassion to respond Ephrata, on Nov. 22. Comwith generosity to the needs munity members are invited of individuals and families in   Â?     Suzy, a client of Good Samaritan Services, shown with crisis. To make a lasting impact, members and to learn about the her two daughters in front of the GSS Emergency Shelter GSS works in partnership with organization and its mission. in Ephrata, has created a better life for her family with individuals and community Computers will be set up so that the assistance of GSS. groups, exercises thoughtful online donations can be made. stewardship over the resources â&#x20AC;&#x153;People can come by and â&#x20AC;&#x153;I was made hopeful by the care that it has been given, and expresses gratitude make a donation and get a free Â?Â? Â? Â?  for all the help it receives and shares. mini cupcake from Scratch I appreciated the help that we were The teachings of Jesus in the parable of Bakes,â&#x20AC;? said Nate. given in starting over from nothing,â&#x20AC;? she the Good Samaritan serve as a guide for Good Samaritanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s locations /;;[\ZQ^M[\WKZMI\MPWUM[IVL_WZSMV^QZWVUMV\[\PI\ said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Having a place to call home was the organizationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s work. include the Ephrata Shelter UISM KTQMV\[ NMMT ^IT]ML IVL LQOVQĂ&#x2026;ML I[ \PMa ZMKMQ^M an actual lifesaver for me, and I was able GSS engages the community to support for Women and Children, the services ranging from emergency shelter to permanent to save money and move into my own      Phoenixville Shelter for Men, PW][QVOITWVO_Q\PĂ&#x2026;VIVKQITMUXW_MZUMV\XZWOZIU[ apartment within a year. I will forever be Â&#x192;  Â?Â&#x201E;Â? Â?  the Chester County Permanent R047292

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Press operator Kevin McKain, 40 years at EPC When I first walked through the door of 1425 W. Main St. on May 10, 1990, I had no idea that almost 30 years later I would still be walking through that same door. There have been many changes since that time, from writing messages on “while you were out” pads to leaving messages on voicemail, from using a typewriter to using a computer, from taking pictures with a Polaroid to using a smartphone, and from using a fax machine to email. I appreciate the opportunities EPC has given me to learn and grow. I’ve met some wonderful people because of the different positions I’ve held. In my current position, I get to work with a lot of amazing and inspiring local nonprofits, and I’m grateful to work for a company that supports so many worthy causes. - Michele Emenheiser

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The biggest change I have seen is the switch from black-and-white film to full-color digital. I started at EPC in February 1986 as a photographer, and back then, we shot between 125 to 150 rolls of film per week. We then had to develop the film and print hard copy pictures from that film for all the news and sports pages. Back then, all of our photos were printed in black and white. All of this was done by hand. We covered about 25 different high schools in sports. That was all done with a full-time photo staff of two. Here in 2019, we are fully digital (made that change in the early 2000s) and everything is printed in four-color and done on the computer. - Thom Swarr

In my 35 years working at EPC, I can’t even begin to count all the great memories I have had – from Christmas parties at The Gathering Place to covering the Atlantic City, N.J., antique shows for Antiques & Auction News. I could go on and on. The best part is loving my job and the wonderful people I work for and with. I’m blessed to have been part of the EPC family for the last 35 years. - Linda Deshler

I think my time at Engle went from one end of the spectrum to the other. When I started, we put ads together line by line with Varityper, Headliner, Dorinda Peterson, Composition Department manager scissors, X-Acto knife, and glue. Pages were put together by fitting ads, news, and My fondest memory is back quite a few classifieds to fill. Of course later we had to cut apart and file the ads in the cabinet. years when we were all working out of When I retired, EVERYTHING was done our Mount Joy office and Wednesday was Auto Day (Auto Locator Day). That meant on computers. all hands on deck. Anyone who was not - Ruthie Spickler, retiree typing ads gathered around the hot wax tables to cut/wax/paste auto sinWhen I started 30 years ago, I was told that I would gles together, matching text up have to fill a newspaper with “good news” every week. with the correct vehicle’s photo I couldn’t imagine doing that and finding enough pos- and then arranging them all onto itive things to write about. As it turns out, there is an pages for the week’s book. This abundance of good people in the community, organi- was always a good time: lots of zations that help others, and noteworthy events taking camaraderie, small talk, laughter, place on a regular basis. There is never a shortage of snacks, and teamwork all afternoon long. And, sometimes “dangood news! - Francine Fulton gerous” work – a hot wax burn, an X-Acto knife cut, or perhaps someone laughing so hard they fell off their stool! Luckily, there were never serious injuries that happened. - Dorinda Peterson

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Joseph B. Hostetter retired from a successful farming career in Rapho J n department which currently offers a wide assortment of home and garden T Township and purchased Gabe Moyer’s Hardware Store (on W. Donegal St. products, contractor equipment, and party and special event items for rent.. in Mount Joy) in 1927. Clara, who had served as corporate secretary and bookkeeper for 25 years,, passed away in 1988. Arthur passed away in 2000. At that T business, which has been family owned and operated from The t beginning, has undergone several changes since it began. time, ownership passed to Jack, who is currently president, and the Kent, who is vice president. In 2001, the business joined ADC In 1929, it acquired Brown Brothers Hardware at 35 West Main St. (Appliance Dealer Cooperative), which is part of NECO, the in Mount Joy. During the 1940s, the store added General Electric largest independent appliance buying group (GE) and Maytag appliances. In the 1950s, the business began s in the north eastern United States. selling GE televisions. The store incorporated as J Hostetter and Sons Inc. in 1963. Later that summer, Joseph JB Currently, J B Hostetter and Sons features a 64,000 square passed away. T business continued to branch out, joining the 3000 feet location and employs a staff of close to 70 people. Many The of their employees are lifelong residents of the member True Value Hardware Wholesale Cooperative in 1970. T co-op currently has over 5000 members. Hostetter Hardware Mount Joy community. The We are a True Value hardware store that offers major Inc. formed two years later and acquired H S Newcomer and S appliances, tools and hardware, plumbing and electrical supplies, Sons, a hardware store located at 93 East Main St. A housewares, lawn & garden equipment, and more. We Arthur Hostetter and his wife Clara, along with their sons Jack and offer a True Value paint shop, True Value Rentals, and service Kent, owned and operated this new location. T most recent location change came in 1982, when Arthur and parts departments. Many of our customers appreciate the The Clara & Art Hostetter variety of products, free delivery, and service after the sale when purchased a 5 acre plot of land at the store’s current location, deciding where to make purchases of major appliances and lawn 1225 West Main St. Construction on the 35,000 square-foot and garden equipment. We have service departments to back up almost building began in 1983, with the two stores merging and officially opening to t public on July 5, 1984. In 1994, another expansion occurred with the everything we sell. We’ve been through a lot of changes over the years, but the a one thing that our customers can count on is that we will be here to provide all addition of more than 21,000 square feet of warehouse space and two g the products and services they need for their homes and lawns. greenhouses. Two years later in 1996, the business added the rental

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Joseph B. Hostetter retired from a successful farming career in Rapho J n department which currently offers a wide assortment of home and garden T Township and purchased Gabe Moyer’s Hardware Store (on W. Donegal St. products, contractor equipment, and party and special event items for rent.. in Mount Joy) in 1927. Clara, who had served as corporate secretary and bookkeeper for 25 years,, passed away in 1988. Arthur passed away in 2000. At that T business, which has been family owned and operated from The t beginning, has undergone several changes since it began. time, ownership passed to Jack, who is currently president, and the Kent, who is vice president. In 2001, the business joined ADC In 1929, it acquired Brown Brothers Hardware at 35 West Main St. (Appliance Dealer Cooperative), which is part of NECO, the in Mount Joy. During the 1940s, the store added General Electric largest independent appliance buying group (GE) and Maytag appliances. In the 1950s, the business began s in the north eastern United States. selling GE televisions. The store incorporated as J Hostetter and Sons Inc. in 1963. Later that summer, Joseph JB Currently, J B Hostetter and Sons features a 64,000 square passed away. T business continued to branch out, joining the 3000 feet location and employs a staff of close to 70 people. Many The of their employees are lifelong residents of the member True Value Hardware Wholesale Cooperative in 1970. T co-op currently has over 5000 members. Hostetter Hardware Mount Joy community. The We are a True Value hardware store that offers major Inc. formed two years later and acquired H S Newcomer and S appliances, tools and hardware, plumbing and electrical supplies, Sons, a hardware store located at 93 East Main St. A housewares, lawn & garden equipment, and more. We Arthur Hostetter and his wife Clara, along with their sons Jack and offer a True Value paint shop, True Value Rentals, and service Kent, owned and operated this new location. T most recent location change came in 1982, when Arthur and parts departments. Many of our customers appreciate the The Clara & Art Hostetter variety of products, free delivery, and service after the sale when purchased a 5 acre plot of land at the store’s current location, deciding where to make purchases of major appliances and lawn 1225 West Main St. Construction on the 35,000 square-foot and garden equipment. We have service departments to back up almost building began in 1983, with the two stores merging and officially opening to t public on July 5, 1984. In 1994, another expansion occurred with the everything we sell. We’ve been through a lot of changes over the years, but the a one thing that our customers can count on is that we will be here to provide all addition of more than 21,000 square feet of warehouse space and two g the products and services they need for their homes and lawns. greenhouses. Two years later in 1996, the business added the rental

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1919



Kauffmanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Fruit Farm & Market 717-768-7112

leidaj@prisco.com | www.prisco.com





1110 Enterprise Road, East Petersburg, PA 17520

1625 Boulevard Avenue, Pennsauken, NJ 08110 1-800-222-0146





Warfel Construction

1899

Jim Leida

Paul L. Gardner, Supervisor Theodore J. Beck, Supervisor

R046901

www.lancasterymca.org

1605 Lancaster Avenue, Columbia, PA 17512 717-684-2243 mussersupply.com

R046180

Several Locations

R047125



R045333

www.HinklesRestaurant.com

Lancaster Family YMCA



Hinkles Restaurant

Musser Supply, Inc. R046609

R045488

1893

(New Ownership In 2017)

261 Locust Street, Columbia, PA 17512 717-684-2888

1887

445 Linden Street, Columbia, PA 17512 717-684-5249 Director@visitsusquehannavalley.com visitsusquehannavalley.com

R046763







Frysville Farms

300 Frysville Road, Ephrata, PA 17522 717-354-4501 www.frysvillefarms.com

1854

R047784



MERCHANDISER

M


R

1932





1936

1934





JOHN

WEIDMAN & SONS

1936

www.fujifilmusa.com/products/graphic_arts_printing

R047817

1100 Harvester Road, West Chicago, IL 60185 630-231-6500 Dan.gorman@cicink.com | www.cicink.com

R047365

896 L Plaza Boulevard, Lancaster, PA 17601 340 Strasburg Pike, Lancaster, PA 17602 5303 East Trindle Road, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 717-299-2351 | www.lhbrubakers.com | PA071323

1933

Central Ink Corporation R047782



1939



HEATING & COOLING



PA 008924

1939

625 Community Way Lancaster, PA 17603 717-393-0425 info@schreiberpediatric.org www.schreiberpediatric.org



Rothermel-Finkenbinder Funeral Home & Crematory, Inc. R047538

541 East Main Street (rear), Ephrata, PA 17522 717-733-4161

Schreiber Center For Pediatric Development

SALES & SERVICE FUEL OIL DELIVERY

R047332

John Weidman & Sons, Inc. Heating & Cooling

1941

Palmyra * Marietta * Middletown * Elizabethtown 717-838-9211 | www.FinkenbinderFamily.com

R045425

INC.

1948





Hoober, Inc.

1952

Abel Tire, Inc.

3452 Old Philadelphia Pike Intercourse, PA 17534 717-768-8231 | www.hoober.com



R047744

R047185

62 E. Main Street, Suite 1 Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-653-0773 kerry@mountjoychamber.com www.mountjoychamber.com

1954

109 East State Street, Quarryville, PA 17566 717-786-2395



R047036

Mount Joy Chamber of Commerce

1954





1956



McKonlyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Garage R047082

601 E. High Street, Elizabethtown, PA 17022 717-367-1221 www.brandtsfarmsupply.com

1957

MERCHANDISER

McKonlysGarage.com



Andyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Market

1958

East Earl Quarryville www.goodsstores.com

Shaefferstown

Ephrata

R047664

Jim Mackâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Ice Cream R046119

353 Cherry Street Columbia, PA 17512 717-684-2459 andysmeatco.com

3651 Horizon Drive, Lancaster, PA 717-285-4833

Route 462 - West of Columbia in Hellam 717-252-2013 jimmacksicecream.com

R045497



Brandtâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Farm Supply, Inc. R047437

811 East Main Street, Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-653-4941 josh@koserjewelers.com | koserjewelers.com

R045388

Koser Jewelers

35




1960



1961



Cockerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Towing

1962

Inc.

1963

355 Hershey Road, Elizabethtown, PA 17022 Phone 717-367-5505 Fax 717-367-7013



1964

506 South 16th Street, Columbia, PA 17512 717-684-3999 kleen-ritecorp.com





R045905

R047802

1525 Oregon Pike, Suite 701, Lancaster, PA 17601 717-879-0110 | hkkeller.com



Kleen-Rite Car Wash

Cockerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Towing, Inc.

AY2116

R047318

H.K. Keller

1965

   



Lanco Federal Credit Union

1969

1001 East Oregon Road, Lititz, PA 17543 717-569-3271 LandisHomes.org



R046162

PA#962

R047257

Landis Homes

1219 Manheim Pike, Lancaster, PA 717-393-0859 info@georgejgrove.com GeorgeJGrove.com

1970

349 West Roseville Road, Lancaster, PA 17601 717-569-7180 | 888-318-4222 memberservice@lancofcu.com | www.lancofcu.com



R047296

George J. Grove & Son, Inc.

1970







400 Long Lane, Lancaster, PA 17603 717-872-9311 www.cherryhillorchards.com

1973

Martin Appliance

Brownstown: 4216 Oregon Pike Cleona: 308 W. Penn Avenue Ephrata: 1717 W. Main Street Myerstown: 740 E. Lincoln Avenue Quarryville: 2318 Beaver Valley Pike Reading: 4850 Perkiomen Avenue martinsappliance.com

36

5040 Louise Drive, Suite 106, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 717-948-5238 Tom Woerner twoerner@buyguernsey.com www.buyguernsey.com



717-859-3131 717-273-7555 717-733-7730 717-866-7555 717-786-7373 610-401-0390

R045689



R047116

Cherry Hill Orchard Outlet



1972

M & S Sales & Service, Inc.

1973

3385 Division Highway New Holland, PA 17557 717-354-4726 www.MandS.org

 

Myerstown: 740 E. Lincoln Ave. (Mattress Only) 717-866-7555 Ephrata: 1717 W. Main Street 717-733-7730 Quarryville: 2318 Beaver Valley Pike 717-786-7373 martinfurniturepa.com R045690

MOTORCYCLES

1973 1973

Martin Water Martin Appliance

Martin Furniture & Mattress

R047797

R047740

1971

657 Fruitville Pike Manheim, PA 17545 717-665-5735 â&#x20AC;¢ 717-665-1300 â&#x20AC;¢ AY-000155-L www.witmanauctioneers.com

R045306

1971

Books - Greeting Cards - Gifts 275 Old Leacock Road, Gordonville, PA 17529 717-768-3512

R046344



R047123

14 Beaver Valley Pike, Willow Street, PA 717-464-2999 GRMitchell.com

Witman Auctioneers, Inc.

Gordonville Book Store

Brownstown: 4216 Brownstown: 4216 Oregon OregonPike Pike Cleona: 308 308 W. Cleona: W. Penn Penn Avenue Avenue Ephrata: 1717 1717 W. Ephrata: W. Main Main Street Street Myerstown: 740 Myerstown: 740 E. E. Lincoln LincolnAvenue Avenue Quarryville: 2318 Quarryville: 2318 Beaver BeaverValley ValleyPike Pike Reading: 4850 4850 Perkiomen Reading: Perkiomen Avenue Avenue martinwater.com martinsappliance.com

717-859-3131 717-859-3131 717-273-7555 717-273-7555 717-733-7730 717-733-7730 717-866-7555 717-866-7555 717-786-7373 717-786-7373 610-401-0390 610-401-0390

R045689

GRMitchell, Inc.

R045688

MERCHANDISER

M


R



1974



1974



1975

KEENER TIRE SERVICE

1-866-565-3684 www.centuryspouting.com



1978 Columbia Re-Uzit Shop



629 Holly Street Elizabethtown, PA 17022 717-367-1649 www.mcchristianschool.com



Grades Pre-K to 12 Pursuing Christ. Preparing Students.

1978

R045230

e-mail joeg@d-y-c.com www.d-y-c.com



R045553

928 Links Avenue, Landisville, PA 17538 717-898-3151 jwagner@gerichards.com www.gerichards.com



1978

Hess’s Barbecue Catering, Inc.

5740 Bayside Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23455

1978

1977

G.E. Richards Graphic Supplies Co., Inc.

DYC Supply Co.

Columbia Re-Uzit Shop 717-684-7621

R047440

Mount Calvary Christian School

PA0AGHIC #1184

363 Locust Street, Columbia, PA 17512



R047488

Your No Worries Contractor Century Home Improvements

1976

717-367-7361

R045648



Maytown Road, Rt. 743 South Elizabethtown, PA 17022

1979

2635 Willow Street Pike, Willow Street, PA 717-464-3374 hessbbq.com



R047128

1976

R047267



14 W. Main Street, Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-653-1761 jimrobertswestmainauto.com

R045798

www.sagerswisher.com

Keener Tire Service

West Main Auto R046768

Lancaster Office: 619 W. Chestnut Street Lancaster, PA 17603 | 717-299-4563 Columbia Office: 15 N. 3rd Street, Columbia, PA 17512 | 717-684-2077

1979 PA015982

 FARM & HOME CENTER

MERCHANDISER

R047120

R047495

R047525

704 Clay Alley, Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-653-5194



1981

BROOKLAWN PAVING, LLC Brooklawn Paving, LLC

EMHerr Farm & Home Center ACE Hardware 14 Herrville Road & Rt. 272, Willow Street, PA 717-464-3321 | 800-732-0053 emherracehardware.com

1981

Ober’s Plumbing

39 Brooklawn Road, Lititz, PA 17543 717-665-2558 www.brooklawnpaving.com

Carl & Scott Automotive PA 020027

R045554

1980

50 Ranck Avenue, Lancaster, PA 717-299-0200

R045755



R045749

Horizon Paper Co., Inc.

1010 Washington Blvd., Stamford, CT 06901 horizonpaper.com

PLUMBING

Lancaster School of Cosmetology & Therapeutic Bodywork

9525 Elizabethtown Road, Elizabethtown, PA 17022 717-367-7911

37




1987

R047542

R047127

Brubaker’s Auto Sales Brubaker’s Auto Sales

DayspringChristian.com

1988

303 & 391 West Lincoln Avenue Myerstown, PA 17067 717-866-5237



HARRY’S

1989

Your Toy Auction Specialists

R045663 45663

11 Graybill Road, Leola, PA 17540 717-656-2436 or 717-656-8919 rsauctions@frontiernet.net



1990

607 Heathstone Lane, Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-492-9692 junipercommunities.com



R047521

Senior Living at Mount Joy

Harry’s Toy Auction

GORDON DUTKA GENERAL CARPENTRY

1990 Randall K. Miller Attorney at Law

Serving Elizabethtown & Surrounding Communities

Impressions Hairstyling Salon impressionsalon@hotmail.com

Randall K. Miller Attorney at Law 1255 S. Market Street, Suite 102 Elizabethtown, PA 17022 717-361-8524

R046703

200 Hellam Street, Wrightsville, PA 17368 Shop 717-252-0033 | Cell 717-968-2778

R045225

R047703

Gordon Dutka General Carpentry

38 38

1988

TOY AUCTION

1990

717-285-5880 dutkainc@comcast.net

935 Groff Avenue, Elizabethtown, PA 17022 717-367-8864



120 College Avenue, Mountville, PA 17554 717-285-2000



ECS Comfort Heating & Cooling



1986

Gene Wenger’s Meats and Fine Foods

Dayspring Christian Academy

1988

31 North Spruce Street Elizabethtown 717-890-1885 www.ECScomfort.com

1875 Junction Road Manheim, PA 17545 717-392-3690 contact@wjtl.com | wjtl.com



Harvey’s Main Street BBQ





R046041

1986

304 East Main Street, Mount Joy, PA 17552 harveysmainstreet@gmail.com www.harveysbarbeque.com

1224 Lancaster Avenue, Columbia, PA 17512 717-684-2714

WJTL

www.phoenixpackagingpa.com | tkwiat@phoenixpackagingpa.com



1984

R047546

1160 East Main Street, Mount Joy, PA 17552 Office 717-653-2345 | Fax 717-653-5209



R045495

Phoenix/Packaging, Inc.

sale@horstauction.com | www.horstauction.com

R047777

R047641

1983

50 Durlach Road, Ephrata, PA 17522 717-738-3080 | Fax: 717-738-2132

1982

D Y Little’s Beverage Distributor

5 Generations of Auctioneers

R046688





Horst Auctioneers

All American Auction Service

2426 Donegal Springs Road, Marietta, PA 17547 717-318-2426 DarvinJr717@gmail.com

1982

R047606

1982

R045685



MERCHANDISER MERCHANDISER

M


R R



1992



EBERSOLE’S Vacuum Cleaner Sales & Service

PA20625

E.R. Lighty Co.



Forry’s Country Store

R047118

1994





LEFEVER & HART PUBLIC AUCTIONS

MERCHANDISER MERCHANDISER

PO Box 3066 York, PA 17402 717-767-4456 info@pennwaste.com www.pennwaste.com



Greenhouse & Gift Shop

Eve’s Garden Greenhouse & Gift Shop

2004

R045826

16 Tansyleaf Drive, Hilton Head, SC 29926 717-329-4231 Ron.ehrhardt@dcos.se | www.dcos.com

R047129

2002 EVE’S GARDEN

3590 Blue Rock Road, Lancaster, PA 17603 (just west of Millersville, on Rt. 999)

717-871-6149



DCOS Sweden

Good’s Mulch

www.GoodsMulch.com

101 S. Market Street, Elizabethtown, PA 17022 717-367-8196 • 888-900-1077 www.bcsappliance.com



R045959

R047812

2002

1415 Lime Valley Road, Lancaster, PA 17602 717-687-7565

2000

1998

BCS Appliance, Inc.

Penn Waste

Lefever & Hart Public Auctions - AY2206



806 W. Main St., Mount Joy | 717-653-6300 200 Schneider Dr., Suite 1, Lebanon | 717-274-3851 lghartmanhear@gmail. com www.hearingandearcare.com



2277 River Road, Washington Boro, PA 717-872-4842 www.funksriverviewgreenhouse.com



R047012

R047741

1999

717-989-5110 | 717-669-1483 www.lhauctions.com

1997

Hearing and Ear Care Center, LLC

Hess Auction Group



302-304-1400 tony@pineridgepaper.com

R046766

R047932

1996

768 Graystone Road, Manheim, PA 17545 717-664-5238 www.hessauctiongroup.com

’S FUNK R

Funk’s Riverview Greenhouses

Anthony Sofos, founder

2004

Fricke Hardware R047858



1995

IVERVIEW GREENHOUSES

Forry’s Country Store

820 Ivy Drive, Across from West Hempfield Fire & Rescue Lancaster, PA 717-285-5050 www.Forryscountrystore.com

20 Beaver Valley Pike, Willow Street, PA 717-464-1325 www.ebersolesvacuum.com

R047352

1993

2600 N. Willow Street Pike, Willow Street (Kendig Square) 717-464-5252

R047126



Ebersole’s l ’ V Vacuum Cl Cleaner S Sales l &S Service i

George’s Restaurant R047044

Heating • Air Conditioning • Plumbing 3069 East Harrisburg Pike, Middletown, PA 17057 717-944-0132 www.ERLighty.com

1993

R047124

1991

616 Union Street, Columbia, PA 17512 717-684-7886 u 717-684-7889 frickehardware.com

u

frickehardware@comcast.net

R045902



39 39




Stor-Rite/Ship-Rite



Kleen Acres Farm Market, LLC R045901

129 South 9th Street, Columbia, PA 17512 717-684-5457 ship-rite.com

2006

2008

390 Blue Lane, Columbia, PA 17512 717-471-8634 kleenacresfarm.com





An Alpaca farm with an awesome shop

2007

Hess Auctioneers, LLC

2008

1451 River Road, Marietta, PA 17547 717-426-2493 sales@hessauctioneers.com www.hessauctioneers.com



R045977

2005

R045900



2008

SUE’S MARKET “GET FRESH AT SUE’S MARKET”



2009

320 Commons Drive #200 Parkesburg, PA 19365

www.sph-pressroom-parts.com



Sue’s Market R045284

eliteenergyllc.com

SPH Pressroom Parts, Inc. R045229

240 Mill Street, Columbia, PA 17512 717-684-2181

2010

214 Hellam Street, Wrightsville, PA 17368 717-252-1415 Sue@SuesFoodMarket.com



R045227

Elite Energy LLC

2011

THE FLOUR CHILD

2011



Turkey Hill Experience



2014

2015

322 Cherry Street, Columbia, PA 17512 717-340-6009 Bestpricepropane@comcast.net



www.luckyducksbarandgrille.com

R046143

45 N. Market Street, Elizabethtown • 717-366-4041 1144 Cocoa Avenue, Hershey • 717-533-3200



2014

Bootleg Antiques & Oddities

Best Price Propane of Columbia, LLC R046225

301 Linden Street Columbia, PA 17512 717-684-0134 TurkeyHillExperience.com

Lucky Ducks Bar & Grille

2015

135 Bridge Street Columbia, PA 17512 717-684-0009

R045221



312 Primrose Lane, Mountville, PA 17554 717-285-2055 info@scoopsgrille.com | www.scoopsgrille.com

R048134

theflourchild.com

Scoops Ice Cream & Grille

R046905

646 Union Street, Columbia, PA 17512 717-431-8877

R045496

Small Batch, Custom Bakery

www.bootlegantiques.net



2016

Whippoorwill

153 E. High Street, Elizabethtown, PA 17022

www.rosesdelinmore.com

717-925-6750 thewhippoorwillstore.com

40

Elizabethtown Kung Fu Center R047083

(Located at Trellis Marketplace) R045228

13 North 4th Street, Columbia, PA 17512 717-684-0285

160 S. Poplar Street, Elizabethtown 717-312-7909 www.etownkungfu.com

R046079

Rose’s Deli and MORE

MERCHANDISER

M


2016

TLC - Quilting



2017



All Your Quilting Needs TLC-Quilting.com

Mount Joy, PA 717-596-0298 rachel.stebbins.consulting@gmail.com www.rachelstebbinsconsulting.com

2019

Patrick Morgan Auction Services LLC Real Estate & Online Auction Specialists Professional Auctioneer Services Since 1993

Congratulations on your Anniversaries! R047829



Connect with us on Facebook

Central PA’s At-Your-Door Floor Store 717-220-5005 sobrien@obfandp.com | www.obfandp.com

R047544

tlcquilting3069@gmail.com www.TLC-Quilting.com

Rachel Stebbins Consulting, LLC

O’Brien Flooring & Painting R045206

2900 E. Harrisburg Pike, Middletown, PA 17057 717-979-4374

2017

R047006



Eric B. Phillips

Your

certified public accountant

Auto Repair Specialist

©

44 Market Square Manheim, PA 17545 (717) 664-4400 Web: www.ebpcpa.com (717) 664-4410 fax Email: ebpcpa@gmail.com

Our Services Include... Over

3ea0rs

Y

• Air Conditioning

• Computer Diagnostics

• Radiator Service

• Axle Replacement

• Electrical

• Suspension Work

• Battery Replacement

• Exhaust System

• Tire Sales & Service

• Belts & Hoses

• Fleet Service

• Transmission Service

• Brake Systems

• Oil Change

• Clutch Repair

Tailored tax & accounting

AND MORE!

Monday-Friday 7am-5pm

MERCHANDISER

R046633

America Counts on CPAs® Member: AICPA, PICPA, Manheim Chamber, Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor

717.665.4117

Established 1947

www.acumanheim.com

1038 Newport Road • Manheim, PA

R046509

On the Square, Manheim

41


HARTZ Physical Therapy ADVERTORIAL

B

rian Hartz, DPT started HARTZ Physical Therapy in 2000 with one location in Lititz. His goal was to start a clinic that hired only the best clinicians and subsequently ensured they felt valued so that they, in turn, would be motivated to provide patients with the best possible care. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We have been fortunate to develop an   goals of the practice â&#x20AC;&#x201C; providing unparalleled physical therapy with outstanding customer service,â&#x20AC;? stated Brian. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Over the past 19 years, we have been able to grow through         family and friends. It is important for patients to know that it is their choice where to go to physical therapy.â&#x20AC;?         locations serving Lancaster County. In  Â  at 100 Highlands Drive, Lititz, clinics are located at 90 Good Drive, Lancaster (Lancaster West); 1635 W. Main St., Ephrata; 804 New Holland Ave., Lancaster (Lancaster East); and 755 E. Main St., Mount Joy. Still an independent, family-owned clinic, HARTZ now has 33 employees. HARTZ Physical Therapy is a fullservice provider of outpatient physical therapy that regularly treats patients of all ages and diagnoses including sports rehab, pre- and post-surgical care, aquatic therapy (at 3 locations), low back pain, upper/lower extremity

                Â Â?   Â?Â?      diagnoses, vertigo, arthritis, and other conditions.            its patients unparalleled patient outcomes, exceptional customer service, comfortable     Â?   Â   savings for patients and quick access to care. First and foremost, HARTZ is committed to providing patients the highest level of care to ensure a complete return to function. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We believe our patients deserve not only unparalleled patient care but also exceptional customer service, something that can be lacking in the medical industry,â&#x20AC;? noted Amy Hartz, CFO, marketing. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Patients may be apprehen      Â 

  Â?Â? Â?  Â?   ­ HARTZ strives to provide patients with a comfortable space for rehab. For example, HARTZâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s newest clinic in Mount Joy features 5,000-square-foot of space that provides plenty of room for exercises, private patients rooms, locker rooms, and a heated therapy pool. HARTZ Physical Therapy also focuses      Â&#x20AC;Â&#x201A; inequities in insurance reimbursements,

  Â?        are much less expensive than what they would pay at a hospital-owned clinic,â&#x20AC;? noted Amy. With Direct Access, a physicianâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s referral is not necessary to receive treatment, which can eliminate expensive copays and save patients time. Another way HARTZ    Â?   ing appointments within 24 hours. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We know that you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to be in pain! Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s why we ensure that we have ample appointment slots available to get new patients scheduled quickly,â&#x20AC;? explained Brian, who noted that

               

quicker access to care can often mean a quicker and more complete recovery. HARTZ encourages individuals to research their options when it comes to their medical care. Look at online reviews, the companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website, ask friends and family or perhaps          Â?  physical therapy. â&#x20AC;&#x153;At HARTZ Physical Therapy, we view our patients as patients for life and we will always be there for the rehabilitative needs for your entire family,â&#x20AC;? said Amy. In addition to being devoted to serving the needs of its patients, HARTZ Physical Therapy is also committed to serving the needs of the Lancaster County community. Brian volunteers on the board of Schreiber Pediatric Center and creates opportunities for team volunteering events throughout the year. Â  Â&#x192;Â&#x201E; in October to celebrate Physical Therapy Month, with 100% of net proceeds donated  Â&#x2026;  Â Â&#x2020; 16th year, the event has raised more than $200,000 for local charities. Additionally,     Â?       Water Street Mission each April. For more information, readers may visit www.hartzpt.com or email info@hartzpt.com. To schedule an appointment, readers may call 717-625-2228 (Lititz), 717-735-8880 (Lancaster West), 717-738-0004 (Ephrata), 717-492-8708 (Mount Joy), and 717-396-7766 (Lancaster East).  R047776

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SERVING SINCE 1961

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New Location! 573 Willow Rd. Lancaster, PA 17601 (Greenfield Exit, North to Willow Rd., North of Costco)

Manheim, PA

717-509-4499

Phone: 717-665-3464

Open: Mon.-Fri. 10-6; Closed Tues.; Sat. 10-5; Sun. 12-4

42

R046148

www.nexttonewfinefur niture.com

Email: kopp_electric@hotmail.com PA#019371

R046961

â&#x20AC;˘ Gold & Silver Class Rings & Broken Jewelry, etc.

MERCHANDISER

M


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Congratulations

Celebrating 48 Years in Business

toEngle Printing & Publishing for 65 years of impacting and investing in Lancaster and the business community! We are the Lancaster Chamber, a network of employees and employers invested in what's best for Lancaster. We exist to enrich our community through benefiting your business, and advocating on your behalf to advance the greater good. Find out more on our website at lancasterchamber.com.

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PA013000

1090 North Penryn Road Manheim, PA 17545 717-665-4565 Fax 717-665-9636 www.rohrerconstructionpa.com

R045646

Developer of Stoneybrook Community in Elizabethtown

For All Your Mulching & Topsoil Needs!

R047816

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• Refinishing of residential wood floors • New installation - unfinished and prefinished floors • Custom designs & inlays

1801 Colebrook Rd. Lancaster, PA

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PA059172

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717-665-4526

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1987 Bender Dental Group

Serving thousands of satisfied patients for over 32 years!

Gentle Hands Gentle Hearts

Comfort • Quality • Experience

Open Thru October Ice Cream

Mon. - Sun. 11am-9pm

Dr. Stefan Bender, Dr. Amar Patel, Love, love, love coming here! Always Dr. Michelle Trott

This is by far the best dental practice I have been to. The staff is so professional, kind and friendly. Dr. Bender is awesome. ~ Elaine R. Wonderful, friendly staff and this is a place that you can come to and not feel scared or have to sit on the edge of the dentist seat. Highly recommend. ~ Rebecca M.

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• Pain-Free Dentistry • Implants • Metal-Free Crowns • Single Visit Root Canals • Dentures • White Fillings • Teeth Whitening • Children’s Dentistry

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312 Primrose Lane, Mountville, PA 17554 • 717-285-2055

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super nice and make you feel very comfortable. They helped my son with his fear of the dentist. ~ Keshia J.

Celebrating 80 Years of courteous, professional & sympathetic care.

Palmyra Location As in any profession or occupation, those who are truly passionate about serving their customers stand out from the competition. Funeral homes and funeral directors are no different. At Rothermel-Finkenbinder Funeral Home & Crematory, Inc., we take care of families as if they are part of our own family. We understand that death ends a life, not a relationship and the love perpetuates. Funeral services are as unique as the individual. A funeral is a special time for friends and family to gather and mourn, remember, and celebrate the life of a very special person. We believe that each funeral should be a special reflection of each individual life. Our highly skilled and dedicated staff guide each family through this process of creating a unique celebration of life. We then support those choices and follow through on every detail.

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Our staff will always be courteous, professional and sympathetic. Our facilities will always be welcoming, clean, and comfortable. Our services will always be affordable, exceptional and respectful. We are confident that you will be completely satisfied with our professional services and facilities. We encourage you to compare the funeral homes which may care for your loved one–compare the people, the facilities, and references. You will find that Travis and Rebecca Finkenbinder continue Norman and Myrtle Rothermel’s legacy of service, compassion and community presence.

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Megan S. Waters, Supervisor

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Located in East Petersburg, PA Proudly serving the farming community since 1966.

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their business to their customers with a horse-drawn wagon on a weekly route. The horse and wagon days are now gone, but no one at Laudermilchâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s has forgotten the importance of individual attention to each customer who enters the shop, which is located at 724 W. Main St., Annville. Laudermilchâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s continues the old-world butcher tradition of hand-cutting and processing its own meats. Laudermilchâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s doublesmoked hams are known state-wide, and the shopâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bologna, smoked sausage, and snack sticks are smoked in Laudermilchâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s own smokehouse.    

are at customersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; service to explain cuts, weights, Laudermilch Meats began in 1919 when brothers Edwin,   Clayton, and John opened a small butcher shop. The brothers To Laudermilchâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, full brought their business to customers via a horse-drawn wagon. service means that cusIn this photo, Edwin Laudermilch can be seen making deliveries. tomers never leave the

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been time-tested to give customers a true old-fashioned taste. The shop also carries products prepared in its own kitchen and bakery. The bakery prepares a large variety of delights that are made from scratch, including    Â? cookies, cakes, whoopie pies, and sand tarts. Not only does the deli features lunchmeats and cheeses, but Laudermilchâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s kitchen also prepares more than 300 ready-to-eat foods, including soups, salads, subs, potpies, and prepared meals. For more information about Laudermilch Meats, readers may call 717-867-1251 or visit www.laudermilchmeats.com. The shop is open on Tuesdays through Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., on Fridays from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  R046181

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“Our goal is to earn your trust, and then maintain it.” – Bill Ulrich

Come to Pleasant View where we aspire to provide healthy & vibrant living.

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Congratulations to Engle Printing & Publishing on 65 years!

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ROOFING • WINDOWS • SIDING

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you experience local service that makes a difference. As an independent agent, we know a variety of insurance companies which means more options for you. And if you have a question or concern, you have the peace of mind knowing you won’t have to deal with an automated voice menu or sit on-hold waiting for the next available operator. Instead, with Olweiler Insurance Agency you’ll be able to talk to a real person, someone who can help.

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Rebman Eyecare

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ebman Eyecare is dedicated to being one of the most technologically advanced  the mid-state. The 23-yearold optometric practice is located in a beautiful 3,800-square-foot facility at 282 Maytown Road in Elizabethtown. Easy accessibili  available. Dr. Joseph Rebman, Dr. Christian Zechman, and the       provide a full range of primary care optometric services, including eye examinations, contact lens services, and an optical

          Â?      Â?   Â? reshaping for myopia control), and multifocal/bifocal contact lenses. RebmanEyecare is continually upgrading the equipment and technology that supports the care of its patients.   success, however, is the personal, one       patient. Rebman Eyecare is part of Vision Â?Â?   Â?    than 2,300 independent optometry        eye care technology and quality products while still providing the personal care and convenience of a     mation about Rebman Eyecare, readers may visit www.RebmanEyecare.com or call 717-367-7838.  R047693

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boutique with more than 800 eyeglass frames in traditional, designer, and contemporary styles. An on-site laboratory enables the edging of spectacle lenses into frames. The doctors also provide medical eye care services that include glaucoma treatment and diabetic eye examinations.    state-of-the-art instrumentation in the        medical records to fully computerized wave-front refractions, all aspects of the eye examination are fully integrated. Rebman Eyecare utilizes the Optomap pan-retinal scanning laser to image the retina as part of comprehensive eye examinations. Rebman Eyecare also provides advanced care for macular degeneration,   Â      and optical coherence tomography (OCT), which captures micrometerresolution, three-dimensional images of the sub-retinal layers of the macula. Dr. Rebman and Dr. Zechman

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Celebrating 71 Years In Business Tom & Garrett Owners

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Celebrating 11 Years in Business

Lancaster BBQ Supply

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ancaster BBQ Supply, 1920-A Lincoln Highway East, Lancaster, offers everything a barbecue enthusiast needs - from          accessories. Also offered     and grilling for groups and individuals. Plus, because the store owners, Michele and      barbecue competitions, they can offer professional advice about different rubs, sauces, injections,   Michele and Tom have competed in more than 180 professional barbecue competitions as Loâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;-N- Sloâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; BBQ. They are eight-time Pennsylvania Barbecue Champions. In 2019, Michele and Tom started competing against each other in

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Lancaster BBQ Supply is open on Mondays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.,  Â?    Â?Â?  10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and on Saturdays from Â? Â? readers may call 717-390-9098 or visit www.lancasterbbqsupply.com or www.    ­Â&#x20AC; Â&#x201A;Â&#x201A;Â&#x192;Â?

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Your Neighborhood Helpful Hardware Place OUR 15TH YEAR SERVING YOU AT OUR CONVENIENT LOCATION!

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Silver Spring FAMILY RESTAURANT BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER 3653 Marietta Ave., Lancaster, PA

Monday-Saturday 6am-8pm • Sunday 7am-3pm

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PURSUE YOUR PASSION

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at Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health.

SERVED WITH COFFEE!!

Monday thru Friday - 6am til 11am No Substitutions, No Senior Discounts, Not Served Holidays, Dine In Only #1 Two Large Eggs any style served with home fries and toast ..........................................................................$4.60 #2 Western ‘n Cheese Omelette served with home fries$ and toast .......................................................................... 7.10 #3 Ham ‘n Cheese Omelette served with home fries and toast ..........................................................................$7.10 #4 Mushroom Cheese Omelette served with home fries and toast ........................................................$6.80 #5 American Cheese Omelette served with home fries $ and toast .......................................................................... 6.50 #6 Chipped Beef over Toast served with home fries......$7.20 #7 Short Stack of French Toast, two eggs any style, two strips of bacon ..........................................................$7.25 #8 Short Stack of Pancakes, two eggs any style, two strips of bacon ..........................................................$7.25 #9 Belgian Waffle, two eggs any style, two strips of bacon ..........................................................$7.25

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for Medical Assistants, Patient Care Assistants, Housekeepers and Food Service Workers. • Starting rate: $13+/hour to start • Flexible hours and shifts • Benefit offerings, including tuition assistance

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Your Trusted Roofing & Siding

Established in 1980

Contractors Since 1947

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Equal Opportunity Employer

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717-626-2236

Jason Thompson, Realtor

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NO Upfront Fees NO Advertising Fees NO Listing Fees NO Settlement Fees NO Photography Fees

Free Estimates • Fully Insured *Servicing Central PA for 72 Years*

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Elizabethtown 717-361-9967

Tina Dagen, GRI, Associate Broker

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717-665-3322

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Senior Citizen Discounts

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Patient rooms at The Bob Fryer & Family Inpatient Center in Mount Joy offer a home-like atmosphere for patients and their families seeking help with managing symptoms, respite, and end-of-life care.

The Essa Flory Center in Lancaster houses Hospice & Community Care’s Home Hospice and Supportive Care program in which 500 patients are cared for daily, and Palliative Medicine Consultants.

Hospice & Community Care offers support groups through its Pathways Center for Grief & Loss.

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