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Lancaster The Giving & Gifting Issue
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’tis the season The holidays are finally here! It’s time to show your friends, family, and community how much you care. Make every gift count by buying local and supporting independent businesses in the City of Lancaster.
Gifting Guide: PAGE 25 Alicia & Leigh, Telltale Dress
Fig’s annual guide to impactful nonprofits in the City who need your support.
Welcoming new businesses to the City of Lancaster.
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PA G E S 7 , 1 1 , 1 7 & 5 1 IN THIS ISSUE
Leading the way through innovation: Steph Fleetman & Christine Miller.
Making a difference in the lives of others: Kevin Ressler.
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great shopping, dining, arts, events, and community— as always. KEEP READING
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HOME MEANS A LOT TO ME. There is something extra special about this time of year that invites us to reminisce about past traditions, create new ones, and connect with community. In the following pages, we are celebrating the shining stars who are making our City a magical place to not only visit but to call home. Written In The Stars is the theme for this Giving & Gifting issue, a concept that is reflected in the celestial elements and sparkling lights shimmering in the designs to follow. Explore our curated Gifting Guide and shop at unique stores enriching the local economy, then peruse our Giving Guide to discover a transformative cause that speaks to you. Meet those who reach for the stars and those who are shining their light on others to make a powerful, positive impact. I always enjoy taking time to observe the candles shimmering from the windows of homes in Old Town, the towering Christmas tree sparkling at the center of Penn Square, the lights twinkling to a steady rhythm on
Downtown restaurant rooftops, and the welcoming sounds of church bells. I am tremendously grateful to see so many businesses, organizations, and individuals working together to help this City truly shineâ€”and to make it really feel like we are all coming home. Letâ€™s celebrate under the stars. DEBORAH BRANDT & THE FIG INDUSTRIES TEAM
A NOTE FROM FIG
Celebrating in the starlight.
New items to cozy up to. rolled ice cream nitro cold brew bagels smoothies hot cider
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F R E S H FA C E Welcoming new businesses to the City of Lancaster.
Noelle Turco & John Meeder
Fresh Face: The Imperial THE NEWEST hotel in Lancaster combines old-world charm, artful decor, and locally sourced food served in a comfortable, unique, and luxurious environment. The Imperial, opening at The Hotel Lancaster later this month, is an important part of the culmination of a five-year project by real estate developer John Meeder and his partner Sam Wilsker. The restaurant’s executive chef, Richard Norton, comes from the luxury resort and restaurant Caldera House in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. His rotating menu reflects his Central PA roots and classic American favorites combined with global influences from around the world.
The bar has a nostalgic, elegant allure and features outdoor seating on Queen Street. John and Sam envision The Imperial restaurant to be a gathering place where neighbors and hotel guests can come casually for breakfast, but also enjoy a cocktail at the bar after an event in their finest evening attire. Although many locals remember the original Brunswick hotel that was raised in the late 1960s, in the 1800s the hotel located on this site was named The Imperial Hotel. While it is unlikely that George Washington slept there, Abraham Lincoln gave a speech from the second story balcony on Chestnut Street in the early 1860s. Noelle Turco, local artist and owner of
Red House Design Company, decorated The Imperial’s interior with eclectic, historic flare. “There isn’t a bad seat in the house,” offers Noelle. “Everywhere you sit in the restaurant you will get a taste of history and art to accompany your meal”. The Hotel Lancaster, soon to be Holiday Inn Downtown Lancaster, will also include two gorgeous ballrooms that can accommodate large or small weddings, company parties, and more. The Imperial Grande and The Imperial Blue ballrooms will open in spring of 2019 at about the same time the newly renovated rooms will fly under The Holiday Inn flag. The Ballrooms are currently taking bookings.
26 EAST CHESTNUT STREET 717.399.4040 THEIMPERIALLANCASTER.COM
Creating impact. T H E H & H G R O U P has a purpose statement of “significance”. Profits are important, but serving is more important. That is why they work every day to improve lives, businesses, and the community.
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SERVICES High impact print Interior / exterior signage Fulfillment
Eat dessert. SUPPORT T WO G RE AT C AUSES .
Every time someone orders our Triple Chocolate Hill dessert, we donate $1.50—$.75 goes to CureSearch for Children’s Cancer and $.75 goes to a local community cause chosen by Lancaster’s General Manager. And, thanks to how delicious this creation is, we have raised more than $225,000!
CURESE ARCH FOR CHILDRE N ’ S C ANCE R . CureSearch is a national non-profit that accelerates the search for cures for children’s cancer by driving innovation, overcoming research barriers, and solving the field’s most challenging problems. CureSearch funds only the most promising childhood cancer research to deliver the potential for every child to lead a long, healthy life. For more information visit curesearch.org.
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The wonderful gift of beauty.
Lani, Master Stylist/Owner and Jenn, Master Stylist/Manager
PA M P E R S O M E O N E S P E C I A L with the gift of the Plum experience! Custom spa, hair, and makeup services make a thoughtful gift. Cutting
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F R E S H FA C E Welcoming new businesses to the City of Lancaster. Chelsea and her husband, Zach, in front of the new mural in their space.
Fresh Face: Harvest Moon Bagel Co. IN THE MIDDLE OF THE LITTLE CITY THAT HAS EVERYTHING, there remained a hole that could only be filled by one thing: bagels. Harvest Moon Bagel Co. is deliciously filling the need for a bagel shop Downtown with their new storefront on North Queen Street. Chelsea Zawisa has always had a passion for food and baking, launching her career as a pastry chef in several of Lancaster's fine dining and café establishments. She decided to try her hand at making bagels for her husband, and soon a new passion was forged.
After years of selling bagels wholesale, Chelsea could not be more excited to have a brick and mortar bagel bakery Downtown.
inventive and seasonally inspired cream cheese spreads, give customers the chance to try something new or savor a familiar favorite.
In the heart of Lancaster, Harvest Moon Bagel Co. is able to capitalize on a cornucopia of readily available fresh, wholesome, local ingredients. If the warm and inviting aroma doesn’t lure you through the doors, the ever-changing menu has something new to entice bagel lovers each day. Hand rolled, freshly made, and traditional and creative flavors of bagels, as well as
Want to try a pumpkin chocolate chip bagel with sweet honey matcha cream cheese? They’ve got that! How about something a little more savory? Try sriracha scallion cream cheese to spice up your usual! Breakfast, brunch, sandwiches, and Elementary Coffee round out the wholesome menu making Harvest Moon Bagel Co. the bagel bakery Lancaster has been waiting for.
47 NORTH QUEEN STREET 717.984.6549 HARVESTMOONBAGELS.COM
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As individuals, we engage across generations, seeking and sharing wisdom drawn from many sources.
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Not a curriculum. A call to action. P R O B L E M - B A S E D L E A R N I N G AT T H E S TO N E I N D E P E N D E N T S C H O O L
STONE INDEPENDENT WA N T S T O C H A N G E T H E I R S T U D E N T S ’ R E L AT I O N S H I P S T O T H E I R WO R K . You won’t see “worksheets” at Stone School, and you won’t see “busy work”. What you will see is a community of students who are asked complex, cross-disciplinary questions; who are given real-world tools to solve them; who use the design-thinking process to ideate, prototype, revise, and exhibit what they’ve learned. That means that Stone gets pretty
loud pretty quickly. Their students project-plan, work in collaborative teams, and design, build, and present “solutions”. Sometimes those solutions are a difficult math problem presented on a whiteboard; other times they are a policy brief submitted to a local politician. Sometimes they are rockets fired across the parking lot or a repaired car engine; other times they are a 15-foot trebuchet or a small business pitch in front of local “sharks”. They don’t measure “seat-time” at Stone school—they measure deep
learning. Deep learning happens when students are challenged to do meaningful work, when they are challenged to solve complex problems, and when they are positioned to be true architects of their work. “We’re building a different kind of school here at Stone and we’d love to tell you more about it. For more information and to schedule your private tour, email admissions@ stoneindependent.org.” —Mike Simpson, Head of School
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F R E S H FA C E Welcoming new businesses to the City of Lancaster.
Lauren Garrett & Nicole Calta
Fresh Face: THE CHARLEE THE CHARLEE offers a big city experience in a relaxed modern salon in Downtown Lancaster. The technicians are masters of their craft with specialized areas of expertise, and deliver consistent results and personalized service in a welcoming atmosphere. “We want to offer individualized attention for each client,” says Nicole Calta, Founder and Creative Director. “We also want to encourage more than style—we educate every client on how to maintain their look at home.” THE CHARLEE is located in a newly renovated space. With the help of various local business, Nicole’s vision became a reality and gave new life to the once condemned building.
Nicole, who focuses on women’s and men’s cuts, graduated from the Carsten Institute of Cosmetology in New York City before beginning her career at Frederic Fekkai’s Fifth Avenue flagship salon. After eight years in Manhattan, she decided to bring her experience back to her hometown of Lancaster. Lauren Garrett, Color Director, joined THE CHARLEE team to add her expertise into the mix. Lauren graduated from Jean Madeline Aveda Institute in Philadelphia and worked at Studio CL in Rittenhouse Square for a decade before moving to Lancaster. “We noticed a common problem in the industry—clients were rarely satisfied with the results of both color and cut services completed by one technician,”
says Lauren. “The team at THE CHARLEE offers specialized services, so a client can come to me for color and Nicole for a cut.” “Together we want to use our foundation of experience and passion to help clients achieve the results they love,” says Nicole. “We thoroughly consult with our clients to ensure the cut, color, and style they leave with works for their lifestyle.” THE CHARLEE is excited to bring this concept to Lancaster and looking forward to expanding their team. Learn more about THE CHARLEE and make an appointment for the personalized salon experience you deserve at thecharleesalon.com.
311 EAST ORANGE STREET 717.517.7526 THECHARLEESALON.COM
AUTHENTIC Leading the way through innovation and example.
Authentic: Steph Fleetman & Christine Miller BEST FRIENDS STEPH AND CHRISTINE have been working and creating together since they met in college. As makers and vendors with their upcycled goods business, [re]chic, the two noticed a serious need for consistency to combat the nomadic trail of craft shows and flea markets. They envisioned a makers market that vendors and customers could depend on. Creatively Lancaster Maker’s Market was born from their vision to have a consistent, quality, curated, monthly makers market in Lancaster. Through Creatively Lancaster, Christine and
Steph are providing a personal and connection-driven experience for both makers and shoppers. “We are passionate about our vendor community and having awesome makers with whom we can interact. We are more than a place to shop or buy a great gift; we’re a place to come and be inspired.” Although, as creatives themselves, they knew there was a need for what they had to offer, Christine and Steph were still blown away by the response. The entrepreneurial spirit in Lancaster is strong, and there are so many makers, artists, and creatives who have beautiful,
meaningful, functional work to showcase in the community, that curating the market is the hardest part. The best part, they say, is seeing how this outlet has forged connections between creators and the community, and seeing some of their vendors empowered to take their dream business to the next level. Christine and Steph are thrilled see the connections, success, and inspiration that results from elevating the work of local creatives; they are proud of the friendships that have been forged and to have been linchpins in the success of creatives in Lancaster.
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Jim and Angus are both wearing the Cusp frame from the Revo collection, in Solar Orange mirrored lenses.
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Let Doug help you find your cozy place. R E A LT O R D O U G S M I T H loves calling Lancaster City home and knows you will too. Let him help you find the perfect place to call your own. Whether you are moving into town or simply moving across town, Doug will conduct your Real Estate transaction with ease and a bit of fun. Captured in the showroom at David Lyall Home & Design.
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“opulent, tailored, and modern with an organic
twist… that’s how I like to describe the design elements developed for Amorette,” says David. “Luxury textiles from Italy are introduced on much of the upholstered seating and window treatments. Handmade tiles in glass, mirror, and marble are used artfully throughout the space.”
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Explore the magic of the City and shop local this holiday season. In the following pages you’ll find celestial elements, mixed metals, sparkling lights, and indigos as dark as the night sky that set the stage for a
curiously creative gift guide full of local favorites and unexpected finds. Make your celebration shimmer and shine with meaningful gifts perfect for everyone on your list.
Thank you to our editorial sponsor—the High® companies: celebrating the City of Lancaster and committed to innovative community leadership, sustainable building practices, and advancement through the preservation of local heritage.
Our 2018 Gifting Guide is sponsored by Community First Fund, a mission-driven, community-focused alternative lender. Community First Fund seeks to create positive change by providing financing to both new and growing small businesses, commercial real estate projects located in low income and downtown neighborhoods, housing development, and community organizations.
L O C AT I O N
The soon-to-be Imperial Grande Ballroom at the Hotel Lancaster
LIGHTING DESIGN Brite Designs by John Gingrow
TAU P E At TAUPE itâ€™s individual STYLE that sets you apart in the retail world. Age is limitless. So simple, so elegant. Come see the terrific tasteful treasures of TAUPE.
398 Harrisburg Avenue, Suite 150 Located in Champion Forge 717.824.4129
GIFTING IDEAS Gift Certificates Jewelry Handbags
EL L I COT T & CO. Inspired by maker communities across the USAâ€”and right here in your backyardâ€” Ellicott & Co. came about as a way to bring uncommon, quality goods to the City of Lancaster.
GIFTING IDEAS Heritage-inspired apparel for the modern man Handcrafted leather goods Accessories, gifts, and home decor Reclaimed vintage
45 North Market Street 717.690.2505 ellicott.co
B ED & B AT H A F FA I R Make your home a haven for the holidays. Bed & Bath Affairâ€™s team of design and dĂŠcor professionals will help you imagine the possibilities while focusing on the colors, textures, and styles that reflect your personal taste and aesthetic.
GIFTING IDEAS Distinctive home decor Unique home accents
Luxury spa products Uncommon gifts that leave a lasting impression Bedding
Special thank you to Charles E. Groff & Sons, Interstate Agents for Bekins
641 Harrisburg Avenue 717.299.6676 bedandbathaffair.com
Featuring designer brands with sustainability in mind, Sophie Stargazer brings you beautiful fashion and gifts that are both stylish and have a purpose! GIFTING IDEAS Ethically made apparel Eco-friendly bath & body
SOPHIE S TA RG A Z ER BOUTIQUE
Handmade jewelry Local artist gifts
323 North Queen Street Located in the Keppel Building 717.224.3737 sophiestargazer.com
D E TA I L S & PA P PAG A L LO
On Queen Street, Details shares unique gifts, home dĂŠcor, and stationery with a focus on celebrating living. On West Orange Street, Pappagallo offers contemporary women's fashion, casual wear, and accessories. GIFTING IDEAS Contemporary women's clothing Special occasion clothing and accessories Fine stationery Unique home dĂŠcor Personalized gifts
Details: 30 North Queen Street 717.397.5366 Pappagallo: 28 West Orange Street 717.392.0222 detailsandpappagallo.com
GIFTING IDEAS Unique seasonings Exotic teas Salts from around the world Accessories for tea lovers
With a mission of â€œcreating & sharing the experience of a more flavorful life,â€? The Spice and Tea Exchange offers spices, teas, custom blends, sugars, salts, and more. 20 West Orange Street 717.394.4328 spiceandtea.com/lancaster
CO L E S O N FI N E C LOT H I ER S Shane and Kaitlin Behmer bring you the absolute finest in menâ€™s and womenâ€™s clothing from European familyowned mills and the runways of NYC. In 2019, they are moving to an expanded space with even more opportunities for an exceptional experience including a full whiskey bar, custom tailoring on site, and plenty of parking. Find them at 1476 Lititz Pike this spring. GIFTING IDEAS A custom clothing experience Alden boots handcrafted in Massachusetts Cable knit kinross cashmere sweater Sterling silver Konstantino cuff handcrafted in Greece
36 North Queen Street 717.394.8842 colesonclothiers.com
T H E S H O P P E AT A K I N T ER I O R S Stylish furniture, gifts, dĂŠcor, and custom art, as well as unique entertaining pieces, are just a few of the offerings at The Shoppe at AK Interiors.
GIFTING IDEAS Jewelry
246 West Orange Street 717.872.6966 akinteriorsllc.com
T E L LTA L E D R E S S Visit Telltale Dress to find curated vintage fashion and artisan jewelry mixed with select apothecary goods, antiques, and gifts. GIFTING IDEAS Modern statement jewelry TokyoMilk parfum & handcreme
Botanical body tonics & candles Artisan sketchbooks & journals Vintage art, pottery & cozy knits
334 North Queen Street 717.621.2973 telltaledress.com
H O O R AY â€” T E L LTA L E D R E S S H A S M O V E D ! Visit
their new location on the 300 Block!
N I CO L E TAY LO R BOUTIQUE Located in the lower level of The Keppel Building, Nicole Taylor Boutique focuses on fashion, accessories, and gifts that are sustainable and ethically, USA made.
GIFTING IDEAS Ethical & sustainable clothing Makes Scents Natural Spa Line
Custom purses from Janel Almodovar Locally made Fontana Candles Leather earrings from So Fly
325 North Queen Street, Suite B01 717.617.4838 nicoletaylorboutique.com Instagram @nicoletaylorpa Facebook @nicoletaylorboutique
Shop with intention and give ethically sourced gifts crafted by hand. As pioneers of fair trade, Ten Thousand Villages does business differently, putting people and planet first since 1946. Join the global maker-tomarket movementâ€” connecting you with ten thousand villages around the world.
GIFTING IDEAS Inscribed brass singing bowl, handcrafted in Nepal Fringed chenille blanket scarves, handwoven in Ecuador Brass-inlayed Shesham wood games, handmade in India
T EN T H O U S A N D VILL AGES 4 West King Street, Lancaster Kitchen Kettle Village, Intercourse 240 North Reading Road, Ephrata The Shops @ Rockvale, Lancaster 717.690.2505 tenthousandvillages.com
BARRICK CANDLES Handcrafted in their Lancaster studio, Barrick artisan candles are unscented and add a modern, contemporary touch to any room. Available in a variety of colors and sizes, theyâ€™re ideal for celebrations, holidays, and everyday use.
GIFTING IDEAS Autumn tone candles for the Thanksgiving Table. For friends and lovers, a favorite colored candle. Bright red and green candles for the Christmas buffet. Silver and blue candles for your New Year. Add yellow and orange candles for those long winter nights.
Studio Hours: Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm Saturdays through Christmas, 9am - 3pm
541 North Mulberry Street 717.295.4800 barrickdesign.com
C H A R LOT T E SHOPPE Located in the heart of Lancaster City, Charlotte Shoppe offers a variety of womenâ€™s footwear, apparel, and accessories. For more than 13 years, theyâ€™ve continued to handpick all of their styles to help make women look and feel fabulous. GIFTING IDEAS Cozy slippers Fun wristlet Initial necklace Go-to favorite sweater UGG boots A touch of sparkle by Sorrelli
32 West King Street, Lancaster 717.569.2060 4600 Penn Avenue, Sinking Spring 610.678.4800 charlotteshoppe.com
P EN N S TO N E Penn Stone is Lancaster's source for all things outdoors. Visit their showroom for this season's most unique gifts and dĂŠcor and be inspired by their expansive display of hardscaping, furniture, stone & brickâ€”everything you need to transform your outdoor space! 190 West Ross Street 717.735.1922 pennstone.com
GIFTING IDEAS Fermob bistro sets Indoor/outdoor fire features Unique totes & handbags
Nature-inspired home decor Cozy throws
B EL L A B O O
Offering stylish and high-quality clothing, as well as carefully crafted toys and gifts, BellaBoo is Lancaster's go-to familycentered shopping experience. (Plus, you can shop 'round the clock at bellabooonline.com.) GIFTING IDEAS Giant Jellycat and book Plan toys Dollhouse Tee Pee Tool Cart Kickee Pants
32 North Queen Street 717.509.5700 LGH Women & Babies 690 Good Drive 717.544.3311 bellabooonline.com
F E S TO O N
Showcasing hand-chosen and meaningful goods, from clothes and jewelry to housewares, Festoon is the ultimate urban boutique. At the heart of the shop is Kathy Frey's original clothing line Selgaâ€”a style-driven collection of mix-and-match clothing that combines comfort and function. GIFTING IDEAS Collectible Kevin Lehman glass tumblers Hand-thrown Terramundi money pots 202 North Duke Street 717.299.2232 shopfestoon.com
Hand-printed scripture stones Brio exclusive personal care Engraved Lancaster est. 1729 trays 1183 Erbs Quarry Road, Lititz 717.560.6509 shopfestoon.com
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REAM J E W EL ER S SInce 1935, Ream Jewelers has been providing customers with the finest quality in jewelry, engagement rings, wedding bands, watches, and gifts from an extensive collection of top designers in the jewelry industry.
GIFTING IDEAS Polished pewter wine stopper & pour Custom letter necklace in 14K white, yellow, or rose gold 14K gold diamond earrings
58 North Queen Street 717.392.7305 reamjewelers.com
N OW L I S T E N H E R E Enjoy the ultimate in listening with music systems designed to fit your space. Audio expert Matt Early offers decades of experience to provide solutions for music lovers who appreciate unmatched sound quality and a refined look. Downsize without compromise. 317 North Queen Street 717.409.5050 nowlistenhere.net
SEASONS OLIVE OIL & V I N EG A R TA P RO O M Passion for fresh olive oil and high quality vinegars shines at Seasons through educational classes, local restaurant partnerships, and chef-driven cooking demonstrations. 36 West King Street 717.396.1380 seasonstaproom.com
CO R K CO L L EC T I O N Have a reason to celebrate, looking for a gift for your special someone, or a little sparkle for you? Cork Collection has curated an extraordinary collection of jewelry, handbags, accessories, tabletop dĂŠcor, and partyware. If you donâ€™t know what they truly wish for, the stylish Cork team is there to help. If you feel the
GIFTING IDEAS Statement jewelry Beaded handbags Champagne pajamas
Velvet journal and feather pen Decanter & glassware to ring in the New Year
need to drop a subtle hint, work with a team member to create your own wish list to be sure you get exactly what will make your party season shine. Newly engaged? Cork Collection has all of your wedding essentials including new custom invitations.
480 New Holland Avenue, Suite 7103 (Building 7, First Floor) 717.391.2675 shopcorkcollection.com
Bring the holidays INTO YO U R H OME
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Offering complete design services for both commercial and residential projects including bathrooms and kitchens. Whether you are reimagining or remodeling, their first-rate team will help provide expert design, so you can fully enjoy your new beautiful,Â highly functional spaces! Find unique furniture and accessories, curated for the curious, in their Design Studio & Showroom.
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D E T O E AT I N G L O C A L
Fig Table is a place where the best chefs and restaurateurs come together to share crave-worthy dishes and inspiring stories. Join us at Fig Table to explore the diverse, dynamic, and delicious restaurant scene in the City of Lancaster. FIGLANCASTER.COM / TABLE
Don’t miss the eclectic mix of food programming brought to you by Fig Table media sponsor WITF:
America’s Test Kitchen Mondays at 1 pm
Lidia’s Kitchen Tuesdays at 1 pm
Cook’s Country Mondays at 1:30 pm
Taste of Malaysia with Martin Yan Tuesdays at 1:30 pm
Christopher Kimballs’ Milk Street Wednesdays at 1 pm Simply Ming Wednesdays at 1:30 pm
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Behind the "B"
ASSETS leads the way for a better Lancaster
HIGHLIGHTED B CORPS commons company
Creating an ecosystem of food, beverage, and hospitality ventures that embrace Lancaster’s community-driven culture.
Lancaster County’s first and only full-service B Corp social enterprise employment agency. LW is a for-profit subsidiary of ASSETS.
Dedicated to the idea that great homes don’t have to be big, and that all spaces should be sustainable, beautiful, and functional.
LANCASTER COUNTY B CORPS
the assets team
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F R E S H FA C E Welcoming new businesses to the City of Lancaster.
From left: Bri Callahan, Jonathan Yeager, Mike Callahan, Chris Trendler, and Adam Ozimek
Fresh Face: Decades PICTURE THIS: It’s Friday night, you’re getting together with friends, and trying to decide where in Lancaster you want to go. Although there’s no shortage of great restaurants to sift through, tonight, you want more than to sit down for a great meal and distinctive cocktail—you also want to do something. Your most cultured friend pipes up that he read in Fig Lancaster about a new place called Decades that might fit the bill, and you’re on your way. As you roll up North Queen Street to the historic Stahr Armory building, you’re trying to imagine how a 90-yearold gymnasium could hold the key to a memorable night in Lancaster for
you and your friends. You enter the building and you’re blown away by the nostalgia and the attention to detail. Tufted leather couches and shimmering chandeliers create a decadent and inviting grown-up space for mingling and connecting. The concierge greets your party and helps you sift through your options for how you want to start your evening. There’s a full restaurant with a chef-driven menu peppered with new and exciting grown-up takes on your favorite childhood dishes. There are 24 craft beers on tap, a sommelierselected wine list, and a full selection of craft cocktails that ensures no one leaves thirsty. Your eyes widen as you
take in the six-lane boutique bowling alley, skee ball, and around 25 of your favorite retro games from Donkey Kong and Dr. Mario, to Cruis’n USA and NBA Jam. This is it. The place you’ve been waiting for. Decades is what happens when the kids from Stranger Things grow up and decide they need a cool place to hang out as grownups. Actually it’s what happens when a group of friends with high standards, an affinity for pop culture, and a passion for Lancaster City, put their ideas and talents together to fill a need and give us all one more reason to be proud of and have fun in our City on the rise.
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New subway tile. Cabinets with hardware. Stainless steel sink. Ryan and Rebecca found the ingredients for their full kitchen reno in the aisles of Lancaster Habitat ReStore. They knew that these pieces, and bit of DIY know-how, would produce a great-looking space. They also knew that proceeds from their purchases would help Lancaster Lebanon Habitat for Humanity build affordable homeownership opportunities for local families in need of a decent place to live. Everyone can support ReStore. When you shop or donate to ReStore, our entire community wins.
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An Allegro Christmas S AT U R DAY, D E C E M B E R 15 , 2 018 | 3 & 7: 3 0 P M FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 2 9 E A S T WA L N U T S T R E E T
Join Allegro in the candlelit sanctuary of First United Methodist Church as they celebrate the season. This performance is accompanied by a full chorus with more than 125 performers! 10% of the proceeds will be donated to First United Methodist Churchâ€™s Anchorage Breakfast Program. Adult Ticket: $30 | Child (5-18): Free
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We spend more time than ever indoors, and building materials—such as ceilings and walls— can make a dramatic difference in how we live, work and feel every day, in offices, restaurants, hospitals, schools, theatres, really any space. That’s where Armstrong World Industries comes in. Armstrong contributes to making our buildings better by providing ceiling and wall solutions that are sustainable, flexible, efficient and awesome looking. Acoustics, integrated lighting, mechanical systems such as HVAC and sprinklers—all this and more can tuck up and in Armstrong ceilings which are available in a wide range of shapes, colors, materials and textures. And that’s not the only way Armstrong makes a difference. We support the communities where we operate with financial contributions and inkind product donations to causes where we can make the most impact: Extraordinary Give, The Boys & Girls Club, LancasterHistory.org, and of course, The United Way, to name a few! Together, we can help keep Lancaster looking up!
Giving back to keep Lancaster looking up. “Loud noise can be toxic but the sound of kids laughing and learning brings great joy. Armstrong helped us hear that, with the outstanding sound control we’re getting in our Club spaces with Armstrong ceilings and walls.” karen schloer
“Extraordinary Give has become a communitywide celebration of giving, and it’s even more powerful with the support of important Lancaster companies and their employees. Through its foundation, Armstrong World Industries has been a sponsor for several years, and those dollars have helped make Extra Give grow and become one of the most successful 24-hour community fundraising campaigns in the nation. It’s a testament to what our community can do when we all come together!” tracy cutler & sam bressi
Boys & Girls Club of Lancaster
Lancaster County Community Foundation
“The 158-year-history of Armstrong is woven into the fabric of Lancaster County history. We’re excited to partner with Armstrong World Industries to preserve and share their corporate archive with the community and the world!” robin sarratt
Introducing their newly renovated Millersville branch MILLERSVILLE | 4 41 NORTH GEORGE STREET | 717.872.5041
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Chad & Chip Snyder
S N Y D E R F U N E R A L H O M E recently completed major renovations at the Millersville Branch on North George Street, which neighbors the Millersville Post Office. Snyder’s purchased this location in 1989. It was formerly the Richard Bair Funeral Home and known to many Millersville area residents as the original Millersville funeral home. Stop by for a visit!
414 EAST KING STREET 717.393.9661
SNYDER'S SERVICES Pre-Planning Traditional Funeral & Graveside Services Celebration of Life Services On-Site Cremation Veteran Services Green Burials Pet Cremation Granite Monuments & Bronze Markers Serves All Faiths and Cultures Habla Español
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Women of Lancaster
The City of Lancaster is growing and changing like never before. We believe that small business will always be the backbone of our economy and more than ever before, women are leading the way. All this year, we featured, in partnership with our friends at BSSF, just a few of these dedicated female entrepreneurs.
When Charissa Gift, Beth Schwartz, and Ina Bunnell showed up to an emergency shelter at the Lancaster YWCA one Wednesday evening in 2014, they did not realize it would be the beginning of a social enterprise that would eventually make more than 3,000 pieces of jewelry, helping dozens of women facing homelessness and other barriers transition into the workforce. That night at the emergency shelter turned into a Wednesday evening community program at Water Street Mission. Charissa, Beth, Ina, and their friends Jocelyn Engle, Angel Ludwig, and Laura Rothacker began showing up weekly at Water Street with a few simple crafts, babysitters, and open hearts. They quickly realized how that one hour was the only time in the entire week the women had to themselves, to laugh and
let their worries go. They also noticed that there was something about the process of creating that allowed women to share their stories and connect authentically. Today, those seven women are now the founding members of the nonprofit Revolution, which provides transitional employment to women in the community facing homelessness and other barriers, training them on how to make beautiful jewelry and paying per piece of jewelry made. “I may be homeless, but that is not who I am.” Originally spoken by Dottie, a Revolution maker, these words hang on the wall of the Revolution workshop
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today. For the founders of Revolution, who have been coming together every Wednesday for the past four years, these words are deeply meaningful. They are motivated by the shared humanity among women that they witness in the workshop. “No matter where we live or what we face, we can show up for each other,” says Charissa. And that’s exactly what they will continue to do.
This feature is sponsored by BSSF. Committed to their profession and to their community, BSSF is your highly skilled partner for accounting and business advisory needs. Their team is proud to support Lancaster County businesses, small and large, who are shaping the future of this county. bssf.com
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Learning and growing together. AT L A N C A S T E R C O U N T RY D AY S C H O O L , they strive to create a space to learn, grow, prepare, and collaborate. They encourage students to follow their passions and engage with the community through volunteer opportunities. Meet two students exemplifying the idea of giving back. A L E X A S TA D E L A senior at LCDS, Alexa has been volunteering at the school's Horizons program, which includes swimming instruction, for the past three years.
“It is so satisfying to see these students that you have a strong bond with grow up and share their stories of what is going on in their lives. The connection we have with the children is so important because it helps them to grow emotionally as well. Many have never entered the water and are very fearful of this new and scary experience. The kids rely on me to help and encourage them. Giving back to the Horizons community is not only an opportunity but a privilege.”
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Louise Bloom & Alexa Stadel
LO U I S E B LO O M A sophomore, Louise enjoys helping with Horizons at LCDS as well. “Working with the Horizons program has helped me develop into a leader, has given me a sense of community outside of Country Day’s walls, and has empowered me to follow a career in teaching. Also, at Lancaster Country Day I have been able to become more independent and involved with helping others inside the school.”
CELEBR ATING THE SEA SON OF
GIVING BACK 2018 GIVING GUIDE Giving back is personal, passionate, and deliberate. Lancaster has a deep generosity and a thriving creativity that makes giving back a celebration of the good work happening all around us. Explore nonprofit organizations in the following pages to find a cause that speaks to youâ€”and an invitation to make an impact on the community you love. Supported by
The 2018 Giving Guide is sponsored by the Lancaster County Community Foundation. The Community Foundation works side by side with people who care about Lancaster County. They partner with individuals and organizations to help turn your ideas into action and your investments into legacy that will strengthen our community for generations.
THANK YOU L A N C A STE R!
OUR COMMUNIT Y SUPPORTED NEARLY
500 ORGANIZATIONS BUIL DING EXTRAORDINARY COMMUNIT Y
Jennifer and Peter West support Girls on the Run through the ExtraGive. They have also secured the legacy of Jenniferâ€™s step-mother, Ellen McCabe, by creating a designated fund to support this organization Ellen helped grow.
This endowed fund will support scholarships for girls forever.
AND WE'RE JUST
GETTING STARTED! We love Lancaster and the heritage of generosity found here. Let's keep the legacy going strong. Forever Lancaster is a way to
CONTINUE YOUR IMPACT by supporting the things you care about most
for TODAY, TOMORROW, and FOREVER.
DO N O R A DV IS E D FUN DS . CH A RITA BLE GIFT A N N UITI ES. P R O MIS E S A N D BE QUE S TS . L E A R N M O R E AT L A N C F O U N D.O R G
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The Lancaster City Alliance Team, left to right: Colleen, Kathlene, Dave, Lori, Anne, Marshall, Jeremy, Shelby, and Lisa
L A N C A S T ER C I T Y A L L I A N C E 115 East King Street 717.394.0783 lancastercityalliance.org
I M PAC T S TAT S The Lancaster City Alliance works with partners across the City to implement the Building On Strength Economic Development Plan for the City. The work has resulted in 75 active investment sites citywide, representing nearly $550 million in private-sector investments in all phases of development. This includes $333 million investments occurring outside of the Downtown area. Work on the plan has also resulted in 150 amenities added throughout the City—including bike racks, trees, and trash receptacles.
V I S I O N S TAT E M E N T To cultivate a strong community, strong economy, and vibrant City to unleash Lancaster’s future.
HOW TO GIVE OR VOLUNTEER Call Lancaster City Alliance at 717.394.0783 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHO THEY SERVE Lancaster City Alliance manages the Downtown Investment District, and partners with residents, small and large businesses, local communities, educational institutions, nonprofits, and government entities to ensure Lancaster is a clean, safe, and dynamic City for all.
GOOD THINGS SAID “I’ve been doing urban economic development now for 25 years in communities across the country and it is really astounding to see a community do what I call, ‘work the plan,’” Tripp Muldrow, Building On Strength Plan Consultant, Arnett Muldrow and Associates, LTD.
Cathleen and Michelle are heroes. Through their journey, they’ve lifted up themselves, each other, and those around them. Watch their story at ywcalancaster.org/hero.
Y WC A L A N C A S T ER 110 North Lime Street 717.393.1735 ywcalancaster.org
M I S S I O N S TAT E M E N T To eliminate racism, empower women, and promote peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. WHO THEY SERVE YWCA Lancaster provides childcare to low income families, counseling to sexual assault victims, subsidized housing, and offers an emergency shelter. They promote advocacy and education on issues relating to social justice. HOW TO GIVE OR VOLUNTEER Visit the website at ywcalancaster.org/give to donate and ywcalancaster.org/get-involved/ to volunteer and learn about getting involved. GOOD THINGS SAID “After the allegations and (she) came forward, she received counseling from the YWCA and I think it made such a difference in her journey to recovery. It was a really valuable resource for her healing.” YWCA Lancaster SAPCC (Sexual Assault Prevention and Counseling Center) Client
I M PAC T S TAT S 5 43 children received affordable, quality care while their parents worked
217 children received subsidized care 3,0 0 0 runners of the 20 th Race Against Racism to help raise funds
14 0 women and families were provided with supportive housing
7 7 7 survivors of sexual assault and abuse were assisted through counseling programs
5,308 children and adults received
preventative education in sexual assault
M E A L S O N W H EEL S 1085-B Manheim Pike 717.392.4842 mealsonwheelsoflancaster.org
I M PAC T S TAT S 32 % of meal recipients that
participate in Meals On Wheels rely on that delivery as their only regular social interaction
M I S S I O N S TAT E M E N T To support independent living among homebound individuals through delivering daily, freshly prepared nutritious meals to those unable to reasonably prepare meals for themselves.
WHO THEY SERVE Meals on Wheels serves homebound seniors, independently living adults with disabilities, and any individuals of any age recovering from surgery or acute care. HOW TO GIVE OR VOLUNTEER Visit mealsonwheelsoflancaster.org or Facebook.com/lancastermow to learn about how you can give back and donate.
GOOD THINGS SAID “Meals on Wheels means that I do not have to risk spills, burns, and falls while cooking. I enjoy meeting the volunteers. As long as I stay safe in my apartment I can take care of my precious cat, Molly, who is my heart. I appreciate the nutritious variety of Meals on Wheels.” Cheryl Greenawalt, Meals on Wheels
The team invites you to volunteer or make a financial contribution by check or online to help as they move into a new facility this year to ensure that for the next 50 years when you’re ready for them, they’re ready for you.
Meet the new staff members sitting with Executive Director Kevin Ressler at the under renovation, new location: Top Left: Kevin Ressler, Executive Director Top Right: Jarrod Micale, Volunteer Manager Lower Left: Feleen Nancarvis, Director of Operations Lower Right: Hayley Schick, Community Outreach Coordinator
TA B O R CO M M U N I T Y S ERV I C E S 308 East King Street 717.397.5182 tabornet.org
M I S S I O N S TAT E M E N T To help strengthen the Lancaster County community by giving people the tools and inspiration to meet their housing and financial challenges and by revitalizing their surroundings. WHO THEY SERVE Tabor plays a central role in Lancaster County in preventing and responding to homelessness, assisting those who aspire to home ownership, and in counseling those struggling to manage their personal finances. Tabor serves more than 5,000 primarily low and moderate income individuals annually. Tabor also offers specialized programs which serve the specific needs of veterans, disabled persons, women exiting prison, and individuals experiencing mental illness.
HOW TO GIVE OR VOLUNTEER Tabor accepts cash at their office (308 East King Street Lancaster, PA 17602), checks sent to the office, and credit card donations through the website at tabornet.org. Go to tabornet.org under “How Can I Help” and complete an online application if interested in volunteering or interning. GOOD THINGS SAID “Tabor gives everyone an opportunity; they listen. They are dedicated.” Karen, a Tabor client
President of Tabor Community Services Michael F. McKenna joined the organization in September 2018. He has many years of experience working to mitigate poverty and promote selfsufficiency. Michael was drawn to Tabor because of its important mission and history. Tabor is a critical driver in lessening poverty within the Lancaster community, and Michael is excited to help individuals implement stable financial plans, tackle the challenges of poverty, and cultivate successful futures.
I M PAC T S TAT S 6 4,0 0 0 individual nights of shelter
2 98 households assisted in
obtaining permanent housing
1,38 4 households who were
experiencing homelessness received assessments to coordinate assistance
28 6 individuals received interim housing
530 households received financial counseling (with $763,358 of debt paid back to creditors by clients)
H O R I ZO N : EM P OW ER T H E O R P H A N ED 206B West James Street 717.390.9950 EmpowerTheOrphaned.org
I M PAC T S TAT S 10 0 S of orphaned children and
young adults impacted by Horizon’s Micro Communities
80 % of Horizon’s children have
broken the cycle of poverty, positively impacting thousands of children for generations to come
14 0 million children are orphaned around the world. Horizon seeks to help minimize that number
M I S S I O N S TAT E M E N T To create culturally relevant, selfsustainable Micro Communities that empower orphaned children to become happy, healthy, and purposeful adults who ultimately impact the broader community for the greater good. WHO THEY SERVE Horizon empowers orphaned children to long-term self-sustainability. Their vision is to expand their Micro Community model around the world—expanding from Kenya to Guatemala in 2019. The goal: to empower one child, one day, one country at a time to break the cycle of poverty.
HOW TO GIVE OR VOLUNTEER Visit EmpowerTheOrphaned.org/donate and call 717.390.9950 or email volunteer@ EmpowerTheOrphaned.org. GOOD THINGS SAID “Horizon exists to rescue these children, to restore their identity and purpose, and give them hope for the future. Donate today: Be their difference. Change their world.” Jack E. Eans, Horizon President & COO
For an alternative holiday gift visit EmpowerTheOrphaned.org/gift.
G I F T S T H AT G I V E H O P E FA I R SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2018 LANCASTER FARM AND HOME CENTER giftsthatgivehope.org/lancaster M I S S I O N S TAT E M E N T Gifts That Give Hope Lancaster plans a yearly event to raise awareness of needs both locally and globally, secure donations, and encourage volunteerism, while providing unique shopping and giving opportunities. WHO THEY SERVE Gifts That Give Hope Lancaster primarily serves nonprofit participants ranging from local organizations to global, fair trade, and social enterprise organizations, giving shoppers a way of giving back with the purchases they make. The 11th Annual Gifts That Give Hope Fair Lancaster is on Saturday, Dec. 8 from 10am to 4pm at the Lancaster Farm and Home Center. HOW TO GIVE Attend the fair, give to organizations that speak to you, and shop for ethically sourced, fair trade, social enterprise gifts.
L A N C A S T ER H E A LT H C EN T ER 5 Lancaster Locations 717.299.6371 lancasterhealthcenter.org M I S S I O N S TAT E M E N T To deliver high-quality and compassionate healthcare to all— regardless of economic status. WHO THEY SERVE Lancaster Health Center serves all in the community seeking a medical or dental home. They are dedicated to understanding and respecting each patient’s unique needs, culture, values, and preferences. HOW TO GIVE OR VOLUNTEER Visit give.classy.org/GiveToLHC for more information on how to give and email email@example.com for an application to volunteer. GOOD THINGS SAID “I feel like a person who matters. I use a wheelchair now, and I’ve lost most of my connections to the world. I like coming to Lancaster Health Center because everyone is so nice to me. Every staff member I’ve talked with seems like they really care, and they take their time with me.” Debbie B, Lancaster Health Center patient
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L A N C A S T ER H I S TO RY.O RG 230 North President Avenue 717.392.4633 lancasterhistory.org
M I S S I O N S TAT E M E N T LancasterHistory.org shares the stories of the people, places, and events that have shaped Lancaster County for more than 300 years. With more than two million historic objects and documents in the museum and archives, we celebrate Lancaster County’s place in the history of Pennsylvania and the Nation. We proudly maintain President James Buchanan’s Wheatland as a place to learn about life and politics in the nineteenth century, and the Thaddeus Stevens & Lydia Hamilton Smith historic site to explore stories of freedom, abolition, civil rights and equality before the law.
WHO THEY SERVE LancasterHistory.org serves all ages, and both local residents of Lancaster County and visitors to the region. HOW TO GIVE OR VOLUNTEER Donations are accepted by mail at 230 North President Avenue, Lancaster, PA 17603, over the phone by calling 717.392.4633, or online at lancasterhistory.org. To see what volunteer opportunities are available, please visit the website. GOOD THINGS SAID “I visited frequently and found important clues to my family history. Returned recently and was amazed at the fine exhibition, presentation, and research rooms. Excellent.” Recent visitor to LancasterHistory.org
I M PAC T S TAT S 4 0,0 0 0 individuals visit
LancasterHistory.org each year
16 school districts served plus
private schools, homeschool groups, and IU-13 in Lancaster County with field trips, in-classroom talks, workshops, and National History Day support
Yuletide at Wheatland N O V E M B E R 19 TO D EC E M B E R 29, 2018 Visit the Wheatland mansion, home of President James Buchanan, and enjoy a history and holiday infused tour as well as sparkling displays that take you from the early Victorian era to the dazzling days of the 1920s.
Yuletide tours are available Monday – Saturday, on the hour, from 10am – 3pm. Visit lancasterhistory.org/yuletide or call 717.392.4633 for more information and tickets.
U N I T ED WAY O F L A N C A S T ER CO U N T Y 630 Janet Avenue 717.394.0731 liveunitedlancaster.org
M I S S I O N S TAT E M E N T To mobilize the caring power of community to achieve impactful, systemic social change within the community. WHO THEY SERVE United Way of Lancaster County fights for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in every community. HOW TO GIVE OR VOLUNTEER Visit liveunitedlancaster.org/give for numerous ways to give and learn more about volunteer opportunities at liveunitedlancaster.org/ volunteer. GOOD THINGS SAID “Volunteering is part of what makes our society great and unified, as we Live United. Some of us have been more fortunate than others, so those of us who have the time and the energy to be able to donate should definitely do it.” Robin, United Way Volunteer
I M PAC T S TAT S Since 2015, progress has been made toward United Way’s Four Bold Goals for the county in the following areas:
26 % of children achieved benchmarks for kindergarten readiness (2% increase)
5 4% of adults have a post-secondary credential (2%
United Way of Lancaster County
87 % of individuals live above the poverty level (unchanged) 88 % of adults have a health care provider (1% increase)
L A N C A S T ER R EC 525 Fairview Avenue 717.392.2115 lancasterrec.org
M I S S I O N S TAT E M E N T To provide quality and affordable recreation and learning opportunities to Lancaster residents.
Lancaster Rec relies on nearly 300 volunteers to keep programs thriving. Interested volunteers can call 717.392.2115 for more information.
WHO THEY SERVE Lancaster Rec serves children, families, and seniors in the City of Lancaster and Lancaster Township with recreation programs.
GOOD THINGS SAID “My daughter loves to dance and has so much pride and confidence when she learns something new! Being a single parent, I wouldn’t be able to afford to enroll my children in youth sports without the scholarships they provide. Thank you, Lancaster Rec!”
HOW TO GIVE OR VOLUNTEER To give, you can send a check directly to the office or give online at lancasterrec.org.
Lancaster Rec participant
I M PAC T S TAT S 1,0 0 0 S of Lancaster residents served each year, from their free summer wading pool programs to their annual Open Streets Lancaster event
$ 50,0 0 0 in scholarships awarded to low-income families to keep kids healthy and active each year
CO M M U N I T Y FI R S T F U N D 51 South Duke Street Suite 400 717.393.2351 communityfirstfund.org
I M PAC T S TAT S 1,710 business and community development projects financed
8,19 0 jobs created and retained through financing
1,769 housing units developed through financing
49 % of loans go to businesses owned by people of color
37 % of loans go to women owned businesses
M I S S I O N S TAT E M E N T To create sustainable prosperity for low wealth communities and individuals, especially people of color and women, by aligning capital, knowledge, and advocacy to advance business ownership, housing, and community development. WHO THEY SERVE Community First Fund transforms communities by providing financing for job-creating businesses to start up and grow, developing affordable housing units, turning blighted and vacant buildings into community assets, increasing access to
healthy foods and quality healthcare, and creating educational opportunities for children, youth, and adults. HOW TO GIVE OR VOLUNTEER Those wanting to donate can visit communityfirstfund.org/communityimpact/donate. GOOD THINGS SAID “My new grocery store would not be here if not for Community First Fund. Now I can provide fresh foods and good jobs in this Southeast Lancaster neighborhood.” Adriano Gomez, Brother’s Food Max
L A N C A S T ER P U B L I C L I B R A RY Lancaster City 717.394.2651 · Mountville 717.285.3231 · Leola 717.656.7920 · lancasterpubliclibrary.org
M I S S I O N S TAT E M E N T To inspire, empower, and strengthen the community by connecting people with information, ideas, and enriching experiences. WHO THEY SERVE The Lancaster Public Library provides free library services to the Lancaster community through three locations: Mountville, Leola, and Lancaster City.
HOW TO GIVE OR VOLUNTEER Visit lancasterpubliclibrary.org to learn about how you can donate and volunteer.
A N N U A L I M PAC T
GOOD THINGS SAID “Every time I walk into the library I feel a thrill of exhilaration. I love having access to so many books and DVDs. If I could, I’d spend all day at the library. It’s my favorite place to be.”
350,0 0 0 visitors of all ages
Anonymous Lancaster Public Library Patron
2 5,0 0 0 reference questions answered
70 0,0 0 0 educational and
entertainment items borrowed
70,0 0 0 computer and Wi-Fi sessions
F R I EN D S H I P H E A RT G A L L ERY 118 North Water Street, Suite 101, Lancaster City (Located at Steeple View Lofts) 717.945.6904 friendshipart.net
I M PAC T S TAT S 74 artists currently enrolled in the program
13 Artists actively participate in
art related community programming Heart Artist work has traveled to 17 different countries
M I S S I O N S TAT E M E N T To support Individuals with Intellectual Disability and Autism to express capabilities and encourage these Artists to share their innermost thoughts, feelings, and dreams with the world through their creativity. WHO THEY SERVE Friendship Heart Gallery and Studio are an extension of Friendship Community, a ministry cultivating capabilities of Individuals with Intellectual Disability and Autism since 1972. The retail Gallery and Creative Arts Studio are designed to celebrate personality and talent through artistic expression and collaboration.
HOW TO GIVE OR VOLUNTEER Donations can be made online through Friendship Community’s website at: friendshipcommunity.net/donate. In the response line, write: Friendship Heart Gallery and Studio. To volunteer, visit friendshipcommunity.net to fill out a volunteer interest form! GOOD THINGS SAID One Heart Artist, Candace C., expressed the significance of Friendship Heart Gallery as part of her life when asked, “What is something you are grateful for?” Her reply,
“My family…my two families. One is my real family and the other is the Heart Gallery.”
WAT ER S T R EE T M I S S I O N 210 South Prince Street 717.393.7709 wsm.org
M I S S I O N S TAT E M E N T To advance the Kingdom of God through the gospel of Jesus Christ and to do missionary, relief, and rescue work of all kinds.
HOW TO GIVE OR VOLUNTEER Visit the wsm.org/donate or Text GIVE to 484.430.3527. Visit wsm.org/volunteer to learn more about how you can give your time.
WHO THEY SERVE Since 1905, Water Street Mission has provided an environment of hope and healing where Lancaster County’s at-risk men, women, and children can find a hand up and complete restoration with God through a whole-person approach that includes providing food, caring for medical needs, health support, shelter provision, and more.
GOOD THINGS SAID “I don’t know that I can imagine what would need to happen if Water Street didn’t exist and how we would need to come together to try to fill the gap that they actually fill not only in a token way, but in an extraordinary way.” Alice Yoder, Director of Community Health, LGH
A N N U A L I M PAC T 6 4,0 0 0
individual nights of shelter
14 8,0 0 0
meals served in their
individuals in the community provided with food through the Outreach Center
1,808 medical visits coordinated 1,376 dental visits coordinated
C EN T R A L P EN N S Y LVA N I A FO O D B A N K 717.564.1700 centralpafoodbank.org
I M PAC T S TAT S $1 donated helps provide 6 meals 4 6 M I L L I O N meals or 50 M I L L I O N pounds of
food distributed across central Pennsylvania in 2017
14 0,0 0 0 people served each month
M I S S I O N S TAT E M E N T Central Pennsylvania Food Bank’s mission is fighting hunger, improving lives, and strengthening communities.
HOW TO GIVE OR VOLUNTEER Visit centralpafoodbank.org or call 717.564.1700 to learn more about how you can donate and volunteer.
WHO THEY SERVE More than 60% of those served by the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank are working families with children. The Food Bank also provides direct distribution programs to children (BackPacks, Kids Café, Summer Feeding), seniors (ElderShare), and veterans (MilitaryShare).
GOOD THINGS SAID “The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank was a blessing. I knew in my heart we were having trouble making ends meet and people might not think that having a cart of food will help anything, but it does—it really does.” Becky, single mother of two
Staff and Lancaster residents Loyna De’Jesus, Morgan Flood, Jennifer Powell, and Bill Simonson
100 South Queen Street 717.393.6089 assetspa.org
M I S S I O N S TAT E M E N T To create economic opportunity and cultivate entrepreneurial leadership to alleviate poverty and build vibrant and sustainable communities. Their vision is an equitable, ethical, and prosperous economy that works for everyone. WHO THEY SERVE ASSETS is a non-profit focused on changing the ecosystem for business. They offer in-depth training and creative financing for entrepreneurs, and work with established businesses to improve their social and environmental footprint. In addition, ASSETS’ for-profit employment agency, Lancaster Works, helps connect good jobs with individuals seeking to secure familysustaining employment.
HOW TO GIVE It’s ASSETS’ 25th birthday! To learn more about how you can get involved, visit assetspa.org/celebrate25. GOOD THINGS SAID “ASSETS’ Measure What Matters program has given us a clear path to assess, understand, and quantify our business practices and business philosophy. It has provided a framework to investigate our own beliefs, recognize our opportunities for improvement, and helped to structure an ongoing commitment to provide more meaningful and impactful results.”
I M PAC T S TAT S 50 0 + entrepreneurs and businesses assisted
119 jobs created 4 8 startup businesses helped 2 3 loans offered for small businesses in 2017/2018
Peter Barber and Brian McCaskey, Co-owners, TwoDudes Painting Company
SOCIAL MISSION At Fig, we believe in the power of a community that works together to identify needs and find solutions—one that creates connections and is passionate about helping its neighbors. Because of this, the Fig Social Mission Program began. Each year Fig partners with a non-profit organization working to transform the community. This year we’ve partnered with Bench Mark Program as they empower youth in our community. Please join us in supporting this inspirational organization.
B EN C H M A R K P RO G R A M 341 East Liberty Street 717.339.9766 benchmarkprogram.org
I M PAC T S TAT S 1,12 5 hours of community service completed
214 students have enrolled and/or are still enrolled in programs
31 volunteer mentors ready to help students
M I S S I O N S TAT E M E N T To use exercise, academic coaching, and career counseling to propel at-risk youth toward successful futures through offering a strength-based family of mentors. WHO THEY SERVE Bench Mark Program serves young adults ages 14 – 24. HOW TO GIVE OR VOLUNTEER Bench Mark Program is seeking corporate partners, donations, and sponsors— find out more at benchmarkprogram. com. To learn more about volunteering, contact Executive Director Will Kiefer at 717.339.9766 or willkiefer@ benchmarkprogram.org.
GOOD THINGS SAID One of the original students recently stopped by Bench Mark Program's headquarters. He is featured in a website video from 2014 when he was just a young man. He graduated high school while still a part of BMP, all the while working to care for his infant daughter. Reggie decided that a military career was the right fit for him and left for the military in 2016. When he recently returned to the gym, he presented himself as an incredibly mature adult and commented on how Bench Mark helped. “It was my time at BMP,
listening to adults talk to each other in the gym, that I learned how to communicate effectively and professionally.”
GIRLS ON THE RUN 1062 Manheim Pike 717.869.5655 gotrlancaster.org M I S S I O N S TAT E M E N T To inspire girls to be joyful, healthy, and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running. WHO THEY SERVE Girls On The Run of Lancaster and Lebanon serves all girls in 3rd-8th grades who choose to participate in the program. The organization offers girls the opportunity to participate, regardless of limitations. HOW TO GIVE OR VOLUNTEER To donate, visit gotrlancaster.org/donate. To be a SoleMate, visit gotrlancaster.org/ solemates or to become a sponsor, visit gotrlancaster.org/partner. GOOD THINGS SAID “If you are a girl that is bad at making friends, nobody listens or understands how you’re feeling, and you sit alone every day, that was me. I was that person out of the crowd. Then I joined Girls on the Run. It changed everything. I love my life because of Girls on the Run.” Colleen, age 9
I M PAC T S TAT S Shine on!
2,30 0 girls served by Girls On The Run on more than 160 teams in 2018
4,80 0 girls, buddies, family Girls on The Run is proudly supported by Lancaster Orthodontic Associates. Their knowledgeable doctors and dedicated team will take care of your orthodontic needs while having fun and spreading joy every step of the way— and they make it convenient with lots of after school hours and free consultations! Learn more about how they make Lancaster shine at loasmiles .com .
members, coaches, and community members combined that will cross the Girls on the Run 5K finish lines in 2018
1,150 girls will benefit from the financial assistance program
F U LTO N T H E AT R E 12 North Prince Street 717.397.7425 thefulton.org
I M PAC T S TAT S 150,0 0 0 people visited the Fulton during the 2017/2018 season
13, 50 0 students are involved in
education and community outreach programs
2,0 0 0 individuals and businesses
choose to support the Fulton Theatre and all its endeavors
350 actors, directors, designers, and educators employed annually
M I S S I O N S TAT E M E N T To create and produce exceptional theatre that moves the collective soul of the community and that honors their national historic landmark. WHO THEY SERVE From on-stage musical productions and experimental studio plays to workshops and apprenticeships, the Fulton Theatre provides a space for Lancaster, and the surrounding areas, to experience the theatre. Large-scale productions on the main stage gather a diverse community while one-hour musicals are performed to bring families together. The Fulton also offers classes for children, teens, and
adults as well as numerous community engagement programs across the region. HOW TO GIVE OR VOLUNTEER Donations may be given at thefulton. org/support/individual-support/, in person at the box office, or over the phone at 717.397.7425. Interested volunteers should visit thefulton.org/ support/volunteer/. The Fulton looks for volunteers in administration, education, community engagement, and guest relations. If you have a different skill or desire, reach out and discussâ€”the team is open to more ideas.
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GIVING BACK Making a difference in the lives of others.
Giving Back: Kevin Ressler AT MEALS ON WHEELS OF LANCASTER, Kevin oversees an operation that delivers more than 400 freshly prepared, nutritional meals a day to community members who battle food insecurity. Since he joined the organization in 2014, Kevin has been working tirelessly to bridge the generational gap and decrease the stigma of people who are food reliant. He’s also connecting members of the community in so many ways. “If we’re just the pizza delivery guy, then we are failing in our mission,” says Kevin. Kevin and the team of nine employees at Lancaster Meals on Wheels have been finding new ways to engage volunteers and partner organizations to connect,
help, and give. The Meals on Wheels team includes more than 70 daily volunteers. Together, they delivered more than 160,000 meals in 2017, and are on track for more than 175,000 meals in 2018. Last year, they worked with more than 500 volunteers. Many volunteers do much more than meal delivery, like deep cleaning homes, turning beds, and yard work. They’re building relationships and helping meal recipients live healthier, happier lives.
always about feeding people at the end of their lives,” says Kevin. “Often our work is about giving people back their health, whether a long-term malady or short-term surgical recovery.”
When Kevin tells the story of a recipient, it feels as familiar as if they were old friends. Mr. Johnson received a renal diet meal from Meals on Wheels for eight years as he underwent dialysis. When he finally got his kidney transplant, Mr. Johnson no longer relied on Meals on Wheels. “It’s not
Kevin has been taking care of those 8-billion-minus-one people ever since. A community organizer, activist, Mennonite preacher, world traveler, former candidate for mayor, and the executive director of Meals on Wheels, he has made giving forward his life’s work.
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When Kevin Ressler was just a kid, he had a realization. “I thought, if everyone on this earth looked out for each other instead of ourselves, that would mean that there would be 8 billion (minus one) people looking out for me.”
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Landmarks C AT H E R I N E H A L D E M A N L O N G M A N S I O N Christmas comes but once a year. And for Catherine Haldeman Long, 1890 was a good year! Her father, Henry G. Long, president judge of the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas from 1851 to 1871, saw to it that his only child would be taken care of, even beyond his death in 1889. His estate plan called for the construction of an exquisite threestory, all cut-stone masonry mansion to be built at the southeast corner of North Duke and East Orange Streets. The architectural style selected was Chateauesque, inspired by the French Renaissance. Attainable by only the upper reaches of Lancaster’s society, Chateauesque was characterized by castle-like features including towers, conical roofs, tall chimneys, roof cresting, carvings, gargoyles, and grotesques. The complexities were so numerous that only the most talented architects would undertake the task of designing this style. Whether or not Catherine participated in the design decisions or had any influence on the outcome is unknown. Equally unfortunate, records don’t identity the architect or the general contractor responsible for this, one of Lancaster’s finest iconic structures. Catherine remained in the residence until her death around 1900. In 1912, the Hamilton Club purchased the mansion to accommodate the needs of its expanding membership. Today, the exterior still exudes its grand character while the rich interior detailing, including ornate millwork and glazed handmade floor tiles, retains the original personality of an amazing gift to Catherine Haldeman Long and our City!
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“Can We Call It Sally’s Garden?”
Lancaster City Heroes Willow Valley Communities celebrates those making Lancaster a better community.
The 550 students who attend Lancaster’s Lafayette Elementary School gather outside every morning as a school family before beginning their day. And they look at that wall. That wall, with its cracks, holes, dents, and divots. That wall, showing graffiti of things no child should ever see, was what the Lafayette Elementary School family looked at each morning as they lined up together. Volunteer tutor Sally Jarvis also noticed that wall and said the children deserved better. She led the way and three years later $40,000 was raised—sometimes pennies at a time—for that wall to be repaired, primed, and ready to accept the first beautiful mural created
by the students. That was in 2015 and each year after, teacher Wes Blymire’s Advanced Art class of 9 and 10 year olds has taken over and has worked together to create another vibrant panel to add to the mural on that wall. In 2017, Sally Jarvis passed away, but her enduring love for Lancaster city was steadfast on the hearts of the children of Lafayette. They were inspired to continue her vision for the future generations of Lancaster City school students who would attend their school. Unselfishly, graciously, and heroically, the children in Mr. Blymire’s Advanced Art class chose to paint a mural of a beautiful flower garden on that wall. This is what they wanted for future Lancaster City students to reflect upon as they, too, started their day by lining up outside Lafayette Elementary School. These students—heroes— decided to call it Sally’s Garden.
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Steven Funk & Melanie Burnette worked with Zamagias Properties to reenvision Lancaster Square. They are pictured at the 101 North Queen construction site, their redesign for renovation of the 200,000 sf former Bulova Building.
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There is so much happening in the City of Lancaster! Every week, you can fill your schedule with intimate readings, world-class theatre performances, or full-scale community celebrations. Whatever your taste, style, or flavor, you can find it here in our thriving City! We’ve partnered with our friends at Citadel to bring you a sampling of these happenings right here on this page. Find a full curated list at figlancaster.com/holiday2018 and follow our social channels for insider information on how to get involved.
T H E M AYO R ’ S T R E E L I G H T I N G & TUBA CHRISTMAS IN PENN SQUARE NOVEMBER 23
A C H R I S T M A S C A R O L P L AY VA R I O U S D AT E S A N D T I M E S IN DECEMBER T H E WA R E C E N T E R
S M A L L B U S I N E S S S AT U R D AY NOVEMBER 24
T H E K I N G ’ S S I N G E R S AT T H E T R U S T P E R F O R M I N G A RT S C E N T E R DECEMBER 5
THE LION, THE WITCH, AND T H E WA R D R O B E AT T H E T R U S T P E R F O R M I N G A RT S C E N T E R NOVEMBER 24 – DECEMBER 22
V I S I T S W I T H S A N TA AT L A N C A S T E R M A R R I O T T AT PENN SQUARE NOVEMBER 23, 24 & 30 DECEMBER 1, 7, 8, 14, 15 & 21
BILLBOARD MOVIE SNEAK P R E V I E W AT ZO E T R O P O L I S A RT H O U S E NOVEMBER 27
IRISH CHRISTMAS IN AMERICA AT T H E WA R E C E N T E R NOVEMBER 28
F I R S T F R I D AY S I N D OW N T OW N L A N C A S T E R D E C E M B E R 7 & J A N U A RY 4
P I A N O M E N AT P R I M A T H E AT R E DECEMBER 7, 8, 14 & 15
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B E L I E V E ! A C A P P E L L A C O N C E RT AT T H E WA R E C E N T E R DECEMBER 9
L A N C A S T E R S H O P S L AT E DECEMBER 13
A N A L L E G R O C H R I S T M A S AT FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH DECEMBER 15
NEW YEAR’S EVE IN LANCASTER C I T Y AT B I N N S PA R K DECEMBER 31
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The Fig Event Guide is sponsored by Citadel. O N T H E F O L LOW I N G PA G E S , you’ll find our Community Supporters—businesses committed to a thriving downtown. Although they may not be located in the City, they believe in the power of buying local and shopping small. Take time this winter to visit these businesses —and tell them you found them in Fig!
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For more than 80 years, Citadel has proudly served members with best-in-class service while offering financial products to help them save, plan, and prepare for the future. Proudly serving the Lancaster community and beyond, Citadel offers banking, investments, and insurance services. To learn more about what Citadel offers and the company’s involvement in the community, visit CitadelBanking.com.
weddings / dining / bak ery / hotel / salon / spa / flor al
All you need to do is walk down the aisle
38 DEBOR AH DRIVE, LEOL A 717.656.7002 THEINNATLEOL AVILL AGE.COM
Fresh. Simple. Delish. W H E T H E R I T ' S W E E K D AY M E A L S , casual game time gatherings, or holiday meals, discover time-saving appetizers, sides, salads, and entrees in ready-to-serve or ready-to-cook options. Stauffers is truly local. Stauffers is family.
301 Rohrerstown Road 717.397.4719
1050 Lititz Pike 717.627.7654
Photo taken at Moonstone Manor
Gifting beautiful smiles
D O C T O R S S T E V E N C R O G N A L E , PAT R I C I A C O L L I N S , A N D M E L I S S A C R O G N A L E have been caring for the families in their practice for almost 40 years. Their dedicated team provides exceptional care in all aspects of general dentistry, including implants, Invisalign, and veneers. Give yourself the gift of a healthy smile this season. 2958 MARIET TA AVENUE 717.898.6068
Give something special L O C A L C R A F T S P E O P L E C R E AT I N G L O C A L T R E A S U R E S .
At The Treasure Place at Smucker Village, youâ€™ll find unique restored furniture, farm tables made by local craftspeople, and statement accessories for your home. Some of our pieces are even made on location. Grab a cup of coffee at the cafe and wander around the showroom to find something special. Find us on Facebook Badge
3526 OLD PHIL ADELPHIA PIKE, INTERCOURSE 717.768.8093 SMUCKERVILL AGE.COM
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THE SCUDNER GROUP delivers goalbased investment solutions using the comprehensive product and services offerings of Stifel, one of the nation’s leading wealth management and investment banking firms.
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1853 WILLIAM PENN WAY, SUITE 11 717.740.4 400 STIFEL, NICOL AUS & COMPANY, INCORPOR ATED | MEMBER SIPC & NYSE
Brain Tumor Support Group Putting Patient Care First AT L A N C A S T E R N E U R O S C I E N C E & S P I N E A S S O C I AT E S
else can understand what you are going through as a cancer patient quite like someone else who is going through it.”
DR. KRISTINE DZIURZYNSKI has been a practicing Neurosurgeon at Lancaster NeuroScience & Spine Associates since 2013. In addition to providing surgical treatment for brain tumors, she recognized the importance of a supportive community for people with this disease. Earlier this year she started a brain tumor support group at the Lancaster office. “Getting a brain tumor diagnosis can be devastating, especially if it’s cancer,” says Dr. Dziurzynski. “It can be overwhelming; at the doctor’s office, at home with your family, out with your friends. Nobody
The support group meets once a month, open to anyone with any type of brain tumor. It’s a place where patients, caregivers, family, and friends can come together and offer encouragement, discuss challenges, exchange advice, and offer support. “This group helps with information sharing and lessens the intensity of feeling like people are dealing with this on their own,” says Dr. Dziurzynski. “I want to emphasize that all are welcome, not just patients of Lancaster NeuroScience.” Attendees can write down questions and bring them, engage with accurate
and professional resources, and discuss new research. “We strive to help everyone have a better understanding of the disease,” says Dr. Dziurzynski. “Brain tumors can be especially aggressive and can affect people in a way that makes it difficult to function. It is a goal of ours to be a provider of information and support.” Dr. Dziurzynski is thankful to be around colleagues that support her endeavor to offer this service to the community. “If you have a brain tumor, know someone who does, or have been affected in some way by this disease, you are welcome to reach out about this support group,” says Dr. Dziurzynski, “We are here to help.”
1671 CROOKED OAK DR, L ANCASTER: 717.569.5331 1510 CORNWALL RD, LEBANON: 717.454.0061 L ANCASTERNEUROSCIENCE.COM
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Deb Trinkley, Centerville, Community Market Manager | Zach Love, Old Philadelphia Pike (HACC), Branch Manager | Dawn Ruppert, Roseville Rd, Branch Manager
Start something special this fall with a helping hand from a Union Community Bank Home Equity Line of Credit. Whether youâ€™re considering a new addition, finishing the basement, buying that car, or sending someone to college, our low 2.99% introductory rate is the perfect place to start. With 14 locations across Lancaster County, thereâ€™s a branch near you. Get a great start on your next big idea with a little help (and a great rate) from your neighbors at Union Community Bank.
Get started today at UnionCommunityBank.com/FallRateSpecial Home Equity Line of Credit Special: The introductory Annual Percentage Rate (APR) of 2.99% is fixed for the first 12 months. At the end of the 12 month introductory period, the rate will be variable and subject to change based on the monthly Prime Rate published in the Wall Street Journal on the first business day of the month. Currently the rate would be 5.25% as of 9/27/2018. Minimum Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is 3.00%, Maximum APR is 18%. Minimum line of credit is $15,000 with minimum of $15,000 new money required for the introductory rate. Maximum loan to value of 80%. Collateral must be a single-family owner-occupied residence. Property insurance is required. Flood insurance may be required. Full appraisal may be required to establish the property value, Appraisal Fee may apply, if applicable, customer will be notified in advance. Subject to credit approval. Requires a Union checking account. Additional terms and conditions may apply. Early termination fee of $250 charged if account is closed within 36 months of opening.
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Left to right: Christina N. Lawson, MD, FAAD Desiree A. Antonacci, MS, PA-C Jeanette L. Hebel, MD, FAAD, FACMS Jennifer L. Mueller, MD, FAAD Jennifer A. Sceppa, MD, FAAD, FASDP Amanda M. Conroy, BSN, CRNP Joanne Smucker Rill, MD, FAAD Sara Marian Lucking, MD, FAAD
C E L E B R AT I N G H E A LT H Y A N D B E A U T I F U L S K I N , the physicians at Dermatology Associates provide the highest level of medical and cosmetic dermatologic care to patients of all ages. Through the latest technologies and advancements in dermatology, they provide care for patients with integrity, compassion, and respect. Now accepting new patients. General Dermatology Mohs Surgery
1650 CROOKED OAK DRIVE SUITE 200 717.569.3279 DERML ANC.COM
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T H E 2 018 X C 6 0 is the winner of the New York International Auto Showâ€™s North American Utility of The Year and World Car Awards. So outstanding the world took notice. You will, too.
5455 MANHEIM PIKE, EAST PETERSBURG 717.569.1050 STADELVOLVO.COM
Wisdom Tooth Surgery
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Maxwell C. Adams, D.D.S & Eric M. Katch, D.M.D. and their team
An exceptional experience T H E N U R S E S A N D S TA F F of Campus Oral provide an exceptional boutique service to assure that patients receive the best care available. Their dedication, experience, and kindness are brought to every patient and their family members daily.
1000 ROHRERSTOWN ROAD 717.519. JAWS (5297) CAMPUSOR ALSURGERY.COM
No words needed. Start your love story with Koser Jewelers, Lancaster County’s Engagement Specialists. Find the largest selection of fine diamonds and rings for any occasion when it’s better to speak without words.
Koser couple, Nate and Arianna Steffy
811 EAST MAIN STREET, MOUNT JOY
717.653.4941 KOSER JEWELERS.COM
JUR A C APTIVATES THE MOST DISCE RNING COFFE E LOVE RS . The S8 produces coffee classics and milk specialties with breathtaking quality. The intuitive color touchscreen display makes preparing one of 15 different coffee specialties—including the new caffe latte and hot water for green tea— incredibly simple. Pulse Extraction Process (P.E.P.®) guarantees espresso and ristretto of outstanding barista quality. The home screen can be tailored with your favorite customized beverages at your fingertips. JURA—If you love coffee.
Captured in the kitchen of a Garman Builders Model Home at Lititz Bend
JUR A SHOWROOM & SERVICE CENTER 134 SHELLYL AND ROAD, BUILDING 6A, MANHEIM 717.492.4 433 SHOPJUR A .COM
The East Petersburg Design Team L to R: Elizabeth Riddle, Chelsea Burkholder, Linda Stabinski, and Carolyn Raines
E T H A N A L L E N I S M U C H M O R E T H A N A F U R N I T U R E S T O R E . They also design and build most of what they sell. Whether your style is urban, country, or somewhere in between, Ethan Allen can offer you unique looks, the quality craftsmanship their brand is known for, and values that will constantly surprise you. Ethan Allen designers are creative professionals who excel at personal service. They'll work with you as much or as little as you like, from finding that one perfect piece to designing an entire room—and all this professional know-how comes at no cost to you. Ethan Allen. Classic design, modern perspective.
5139 MANHEIM PIKE, EAST PETERSBURG 717.560.2120 ETHANALLEN.COM
ASK ABOUT OUR HOLIDA Y SHOPPING PA C K A G E
W I T H A PA S S I O N for good food and great hospitality, Kitchen Kettle Village offers an array of Lancaster County treats and some unexpected twists for everyone on your gift list. Find leather goods and unique accessories, jam and relish baskets, award-winning wines, premium olive oils, and even a bit of sparkle to adorn your sweetheart! Experience more than 40 unique shops, restaurants, and lodging, plus special holiday events. Open Monday – Saturday, 9 am – 5 pm.
3529 OLD PHIL ADELPHIA PIKE, INTERCOURSE 717.768.8261 KITCHENKET TLE.COM
“THEY ARE A TREMENDOUS B L E S S I N G ,” Carl Edwards, CrossNet youth center director, says of Fred and Eileen Eck and Don and Lois Aldrich. “They do the hard work behind the scenes, setting up and tearing down for the community meal.”
Holland community looking for hot food and fellowship. The event, funded by donations from residents and staff of Garden Spot Village through the Swipe Out Hunger initiative, is just one way they live with purpose and contribute to our community.
On the fourth Monday night of each month, a team from Garden Spot Village coordinates a group of volunteers who serve a free meal to people in the New
Learn more about the ways Garden Spot Village connects with CrossNet Ministries to impact the community at gardenspotvillage.org/blog.
433 SOUTH KINZER AVENUE, NEW HOLL AND 717.355.6000 GARDENSPOT VILL AGE.ORG
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717. 553.5287 LANCASTERCUPCAKE.COM 24 WEST ORANGE STREET
260 GRANITE RUN DRIVE
Fig is a hyper-local guide to shopping, dining, arts, and entertainment that brings both voice and vision to great small destinations. Our c...
Published on Nov 1, 2018
Fig is a hyper-local guide to shopping, dining, arts, and entertainment that brings both voice and vision to great small destinations. Our c...