Summer 2022 - The Circle Newsletter

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The Circle Summer 2022 Edition

Inside this issue... Letter from the Editor pg. 2 ◆◆◆ Welcome New Members pg. 3

New Oxford Chamber Looks Toward the Second Half of 2022 As we enter the second half of 2022, the New Oxford Chamber is excited to provide a preview of what we have planned for July through December! Let’s take a look at what’s on tap for the rest of the year.

◆◆◆ Upcoming Events pg. 4 ◆◆◆ Chamber News pg. 5 ◆◆◆ Member News pg. 8

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Thank you to our Summer 2022 Chamber Champion:

Members enjoy the May Membership Mixer hosted by Zelma’s Emporium

Mixers: We have a great slate of mixers to round out 2022 starting with our July mixer at the New Oxford Antique Center on Wednesday, July 20 from 4 to 6 p.m. The Antique Center’s new owners are excited to introduce themselves to our members and the community, so be sure to swing by and say hello. Following the July mixer, our mixer series will take a one month hiatus in August but will come back in full swing for September with a special mixer hosted by Yazoo Mills. In celebration of their 120th anniversary, Yazoo will be providing facility tours at the mixer on Thursday, September 8. In the fourth quarter, we are looking forward to mixers hosted by new member Harvest Barn Country Market in October and Unique Upscale Resale in November. Interested in hosting our December mixer? Send us an email at Breakfasts: Our next breakfast will be held on Tuesday, July 19 at 8:30 a.m. at The Bridges in Abbottstown. This is the second of our triannual breakfasts scheduled for 2022. Sponsored by Elite Therapy Solutions and

PA Chamber Insurance, the July breakfast will be a great opportunity to meet our newest members and connect with fellow business professionals. Our final breakfast of the year will be held in October with more details coming soon. Lunch & Learns: Join us on Wednesday, September 14 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. for our next quarterly Lunch & Learn, sponsored by WellSpan Health. The program, “Remember, We All Rise When We Lift Others…Keys to Wellbeing and Building Resilience in Ourselves and Others,” will be presented by Director of WellSpan Employee Assistance Program Dr. Michael Diller. Dr. Diller is a licensed psychologist who will guide attendees through the key areas in supporting our fellow colleagues and coworkers along with fostering a culture of wellbeing. The New Oxford Chamber will round out the year with a final Lunch & Learn in the fourth quarter, information coming soon. Community Events: Our community events finish off our lineup of programs for the second half of the year with four signature events scheduled to take place between now and the end of 2022.

The 15th Annual Harvest Day Festival & Parade is scheduled for Saturday, October 22 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. This event features approximately 100 vendors selling crafts, artisan products, farmers market goods and food as well as a community parade. Interested in sponsoring the event or joining us as a vendor? Visit for more information or email us at ...continued on pg. 4

Letter From the Editor To our valued Chamber members:

Board of Directors: Ashley Hershey, President Brown Schultz Sheridan & Fritz CPAs & Business Advisors Lyle Pitner, Vice President Lyle R Pitner State Farm Jennifer Meckley, Secretary Members 1st Federal Credit Union Christina Palermo, Treasurer M&T Bank Dorothy Robinson, Borough Liaison New Oxford Borough Janise Bankard YWCA Hanover

I have both bad and good news to share with you. The bad news: I will be leaving the New Oxford Chamber as the Director of Membership & Marketing. The good news: This is not “goodbye.” This is “see you soon” as I will continue to be involved with the New Oxford Chamber in some capacity moving forward. My past four years with the New Oxford Area Chamber of Commerce have been an incredible experience. I’ve had an opportunity to watch the Chamber grow and flourish. I’ve also had the opportunity to work with so many amazing people from the Chamber’s Board of Directors to you – our valued members! Working with each and every member has been an honor and a privilege. The relationships I have built with all of you mean so much to me. Although I will be stepping aside as the Director of Membership & Marketing, please rest assured that your Chamber Board of Directors is working hard to find a candidate for employment that will continue to grow and better the New Oxford Chamber to serve you and your business. As of July 1, I will move to a part-time role to help with the transition as a new employee is trained. Once the transition is complete, you will continue to see me around as I will be staying local in my new position with the Adams County Historical Society.

Chad Collie Allied Plaster & Construction

Thank you all for your support over the past four years, and thank you for your continued dedication to this wonderful organization as it continues to grow and evolve to better serve you.

Heather Laughman HD Entertainment

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at

April Majka Individual Member

Sincerely, Michaela Shaffer Director of Membership & Marketing

Janice Swartz WellSpan Health

Thank You Renewing Members!

Chamber Staff: Michaela Shaffer Director of Membership & Marketing “The Circle” is a quarterly publication of the New Oxford Area Chamber of Commerce. Members interested in submitting news for future issues are encouraged to contact the Chamber at The New Oxford Area Chamber of Commerce is a volunteer-based, non-profit organization. Board meetings are held the fourth Thursday of each month and are open to Chamber members. For additional details, please contact us at


The following list includes members who renewed after March 19. Members who renewed prior to this date were featured in the Spring 2022 newsletter.

Business Members:

Comfort Suites Gettysburg Fireplace Gifts Kurt K. Thomas D.O., LLC Len Dick Signs New Oxford Social & Athletic Club Petula Yingling - Realtor at Keller Williams Keystone Realty Sandra Leiby/Berkshire Hathaway Realty UPMC Hanover

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Welcome New Members! Bridges Golf Club & Green Horizon Grill 6729 York Rd. Abbottstown, PA 17301 (717) 624-9551 Recreation All Clamped Up Woodworking LLC Hanover, PA 17331 (717) 633-1583 Shopping & Specialty Retail Dayhoff Construction LLC 15 Sachs Rd. Gettysburg, PA 17325 (717) 752-5365 Construction, Contractors & Engineering Fiddlestix Mercantile 2 Carlisle St. New Oxford, PA 17350 (717) 640-5959 Shopping & Specialty Retail The Harvest Barn Country Market 1924 York Rd. Gettysburg, PA 17325 (717) 353-2459 Shopping & Specialty Retail Jimmy Akinrosotu Agency Farmers Insurance 100 Frederick St., Ste. B1 Hanover, PA 17331 (717) 797-2202 Financial Services & Insurance Leer Photography 9190 Carlisle Pike York Springs, PA 17372 (717) 528-7535 Photography

Individual Members: Jonathan Holmes and Michele Sheets

Mary Kay Cosmetics Catherine Wallen York Springs, PA 17372 Health & Wellness PA CareerLink Adams County 150 V-Twin Dr. Gettysburg, PA 17325 (717) 220-5052 Employment Agencies PennCares 788 Cherry Tree Ct. Hanover, PA 17331 (717) 632-5552 Community & Non-Profit Organizations Phoenix Physical Therapy 600 Carlisle St., Ste. C Hanover, PA 17331 (717) 797-0351 Health & Wellness Prestige Apparel, LLC. 262 Church St. Hanover, PA 17331 (717) 632-0341 Printing, Advertising & Signage ​​Select Physical Therapy 5815 York Rd. New Oxford, PA 17350 (223) 848-5353 Health & Wellness SockEm Web Solutions Hanover, PA 17331 (717) 521-3137 Website & Graphic Design T&S Customized Electrical Services LLC 1383 Brickcrafters Rd. New Oxford, PA 17350 (717) 479-5590 Automotive

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Welcome New Members! ​​ Thankful Mind & Body 130 Carlisle St., Ste. 1 Hanover, PA 17331 (717) 321-4895 Health & Wellness

Willow River Coaching Gettysburg, PA 17325 (443) 989-8465 Business Services

Trina Kay Wedding & Events East Berlin, PA 17316 (717) 887-6532 Event Planning & Entertainment

Youth Advocacy P ​ rograms 57 N. Fifth St. Gettysburg, PA 17325 (717) 337-0121 Community & Non-Profit Organizations

WellSpan Health 147 Gettys St. Gettysburg, PA 17325 (717) 334-2121 Health & Wellness

...continued from pg. 1 New Oxford Harvest Hunt, sponsored by Adams Electric Cooperative, will be back for its third year in October. This familyfocused event featuring a scavenger hunt will run from Saturday, October 8 through Sunday, October 23. The Annual Tree Lighting is scheduled for Saturday, November 26. This longtime tradition features caroling, free hot chocolate and cookies and a special visit from Santa! The Tree Lighting also falls on the same day as Small Business Saturday, so it is the perfect opportunity to pick up some gifts for the holidays at our local small businesses before gathering in the circle in the evening for the tree lighting ceremony. We wrap up the year with Light Up New Oxford in its third year. Light Up New Oxford, sponsored by Scott & Co. Fine Jewelers, is a holiday decorating contest with both residential and business divisions. The decorations get bigger and better each year, and we can’t wait to see the displays our community creates this year.

◆◆◆ As our organization continues to grow, stay tuned for additional programs, events and offerings. Have a suggestion? Let us know by emailing us at

Upcoming Events Summer New Member Breakfast Tuesday, July 19, 8:30 a.m. (Doors at 8 a.m.) Bridges Golf Club & Green Horizon Grill, 6729 York Rd., Abbottstown July Membership Mixer Wednesday, July 20, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. New Oxford Antique Center, 333 Lincoln Way West, New Oxford September Membership Mixer Thursday, September 8, TIME TBD Yazoo Mills, 305 Commerce St., New Oxford Fall 2022 Lunch & Learn Wednesday, September 14, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Markets at Hanover, 1649 Broadway, Hanover ◆◆◆ A full events calendar, featuring both Chamber and member events can be found at Members can submit event details directly through the Chamber website.


New Oxford Area Chamber of Commerce

Chamber News New Oxford’s 66th Annual Market on the Square Draws Crowd to Town

Chamber President Ashley Hershey Named 2022 Woman to Watch

The New Oxford Chamber’s Annual Market on the Square drew a large crowd to town on Saturday, June 18. Despite some intense wind, the event was an overwhelming success thanks to the support of our sponsors, volunteers, vendors, attendees and public safety personnel. Approximately 165 vendors joined us for this year’s event, which featured a variety of antiques, crafts, artisan products, farmers market goods, food and more.

Ashley M. Hershey, CPA, CITP, MBA, Manager at Brown Schultz Sheridan & Fritz (BSSF) and president of the New Oxford Area Chamber of Commerce, was recently announced as a Woman to Watch through Central Penn Business Journal’s (CPBJ) 2022 Women of Influence awards. Hershey and the other honorees were recognized during an awards celebration event at the Harrisburg Hilton Hotel on Thursday, June 30.

The Chamber is looking forward to the continued revitalization and growth of this beloved community event and anticipates expanding the food court and featuring additional live music for next year’s event on Saturday, June 17, 2023 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Now that Market on the Square is over for this year, the Chamber has set its sights on a successful Harvest Day Festival & Parade on Saturday, October 22, 2022. If you are interested in learning more about Harvest Day, please visit Thank you to our 2022 Market on the Square sponsors: Platinum Sponsor:

Gold Sponsors:

Twenty-nine Women of Influence, four Women to Watch and six Circle of Excellence honorees were selected by CPBJ for their significant contributions to their respective fields and for their leadership in Central Pennsylvania in the areas of civic leadership, communications, education, finance, general business, health care, law, philanthropy, real estate and technology. The Women to Watch recognition specifically honors female business leaders, age 35 or younger, who are stepping up to help shape the Central Pennsylvania of tomorrow through professional success and a commitment to making a positive impact on the community. This year is the first year that CPBJ is recognizing Women to Watch as part of the Women of Influence awards.

Outsourced Accounting & CFO Services Silver Sponsors: Business and Financial Operations Financial and Benchmark Reporting Software and Technology

Bronze Sponsors: April Majka, Miller Hanover Insurance, PWI, Incorporated, Riggle Wealth Group and Sleighter’s Furniture & Sleep Shop Friends of Market on the Square: Feiser Funeral Home, Inc., New Oxford Lions Club, PNC Bank and Zelma’s Emporium

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Lights, Camera, Action: Snapshots of Your Chamber on the Move! March 29 - Spring 2022 New Member Breakfast

April 7 - Ribbon Cutting at Drayer Physical Therapy

Welcome to our newest members!

May 26 - Ribbon Cutting at Hoffman Homes for Youth

Conewago Valley School District 2021/22 Exchange Students

April 13 - Spring 2022: Lunch & Learn - Stress Management 101 presented by UPMC April 14 - April Membership Mixer

Melissa Brown, PsyD, Licensed Psychologist with UPMC PinnacleHealth Psychological Associates (PHPA)

Guests enjoy browsing and networking at Scott & Co. Fine Jewelers

June 8 - June Membership Mixer

Attendees listen to Jennifer Sherdel, Athletic Trainer with UPMC Hanover Medical Fitness Center


May 18 - May Membership Mixer

Kasey King, Realtor, enjoyed creating watercolor paintings at the New Oxford Library

New Oxford Area Chamber of Commerce

Gary Schwartz (Music by the Master) treated guests to beautiful music during the May Mixer at Zelma’s Emporium

June 18 - Market on the Square

Getting to Know...Our Members! Ja c ob L a wr e n c e, We a l t h M a n a ge m e n t Advi sor Riggle Wealth Group

What is the best concert you’ve ever been to? The best concert I ever went to was back in 2019. I won tickets to see Garth Brooks at a dive bar in New Jersey. Thanks, Froggy 99.9 for the tickets! It was one of those once in lifetime experiences that I’ll never forget. A few of our many amazing board members and volunteers that helped during the event

Bryn Jarusewski, Library Branch Manager Adams County Library System - New Oxford

What is your favorite book of all time? “Homegoing” by Yaa Gyasi which I stumbled upon because of an English class while studying for my master’s degree.

Attendees browsing the antique booths. Photo Credit: David Bonnell

Cam’ela Bisch, CEO Hanover Area YMCA

What is the best food you have ever eaten? Indian food in Pembroke, Wales. We were vacationing after attending the 175th Anniversary of the YMCA in London. Seriously, the best meal we have ever had hands down!

Attendees searching for treasures on the square. Photo Credit: David Bonnell

Ryan Starner, Clinic Manager Elite Therapy Solutions

What are some of your hobbies when you aren’t at work?

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Branch Office:

302 Lincoln Way West New Oxford, PA 17350

306 Harrisburg St. East Berlin, PA 17316

(717) 624-7261

(717) 259-7131

Martin B. Wheeler, Supervisor

Michael A. Longo Jr., Supervisor

My favorite hobbies outside of work are spending time with my friends and family. I enjoy going to Penn State football games in the fall as well as going hunting. My friends and I frequent Lake Raystown and spend time at a cabin and enjoy the outdoors. My fianceé and I enjoy the outdoors and will go kayaking and hiking. We also like to visit historical sites in our free time. Overall, anything that involves being active and outside is what interests me the most.

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Member News ACNB Celebrates 165th Anniversary This year marks the 165th anniversary of ACNB Bank since its founding as The Farmers’ and Mechanics’ Institution of Adams County. The official anniversary date was celebrated on April 11. What began as a savings institution with one location on Lincoln Square in Gettysburg in 1857 has grown into a successful community ACNB Bank Lincoln Square office in Gettysburg bank in 2022 with 31 community banking offices and three loan offices spanning four counties in South Central Pennsylvania and two counties in central Maryland. ACNB Bank’s long history reinforces the tradition and importance of the community banking model of reinvesting depositors’ dollars in loans to others for the economic benefit of the shared community. This responsibility, as an integral member of the local community, entails serving the financial needs of consumers, businesses, and other entities each business day, as well as providing meaningful job opportunities to local residents.

Doceo Headquarters to Relocate in Fall 2022

Doceo, a technology company specializing in copiers, printers and IT services, is moving its corporate headquarters in York to accommodate their continued business growth. Doceo will be moving from its current headquarters at 1499 S. Queen Street to 255 St. Charles Way (right off Route 83). The new office space will provide Doceo employees with improved workspaces to facilitate internal and external collaboration and communication. The new space is approximately 6,000 square feet and will house around 20 employees. The facility will feature technology-enabled conference rooms and stations where teams can collaborate on solutions with customers, partners and offsite employees. The facility was formerly a Ruby Tuesday’s. The lot is currently being remodeled, and Doceo is on target for a fall 2022 opening.


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Brown Schultz Sheridan & Fritz Named a Top Regional Firm

Regional accounting and advisory firm, Brown Schultz Sheridan & Fritz (BSSF), was recently named a Top Regional Firm in the MidAtlantic on Accounting Today’s 2022 Top 100 Firms and Regional Leaders. BSSF was ranked 35 out of the top 45 firms in the MidAtlantic region. Accounting Today’s Top 100 Firms and Regional Leaders is an annual ranking of the leading public accounting and professional service firms by region, based on a combination of data analysis and executive feedback. Each year, Accounting Today surveys approximately 300 tax and accounting firms across the country, collecting data regarding employees, services, revenue and yearly revenue increase. Accounting Today also interviews the chief executives of each firm regarding the challenges their firm is facing, as well as their business strategies to ensure continued success. BSSF has earned several national recognitions from Accounting Today. BSSF has been named a Best Accounting Firm to Work For by Accounting Today ten times and was ranked fifth in 2021. Additionally, BSSF was ranked seventh out of the top ten Best Firms For Young Accountants in the country by Accounting Today in 2021.

Adams County Historical Society Introduces New Logo and Provides Update on New Museum

In preparation for the anticipated opening of its new museum in early 2023, the Adams County Historical Society (ACHS) has rolled out a new logo (pictured above). The new museum, currently under construction, will provide a state-of-the-art experience that will go beyond the battle and explore centuries of remarkable people and events that shaped American history. The exhibits will feature immersive media experiences and never-before-seen artifacts. Additionally, ACHS recently announced a partnership with 1220 Exhibits. This partnership will allow the museum to reach its full potential. 1220 Exhibits will be working with HealyKohler on the museum. 1220 Exhibits’ portfolio includes the National Infantry Museum at Fort Benning, GA, the National World War II Museum in New Orleans and the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum in Abilene, KS. For more information on ACHS’s museum, please visit

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Destination Gettysburg Staff Expands

Hoffman Homes for Youth Names New CEO

The staff at Destination Gettysburg continues to grow as they work to expand their marketing reach across the country. Destination Gettysburg has welcomed three new employees Tinsy Labrie as senior marketing manager, Tina Klym-Snyder as visitor services manager and Joel Cymerman as content & trails manager.

The Hoffman Homes for Youth (HHY) Board of Directors named Rebecca G. Van der Groef as the next CEO and president of Hoffman Homes, Inc. With over 23 years of service at HHY, Van der Groef has held several positions, including mental health worker, psychotherapist, assistant director of residential services, director of residential services, vice president of clinical & residential programs and interim CEO.

Labrie a marketing veteran from VisitPittsburgh, will manage delivery of the organization’s paid advertising by working closely with external partners in both digital and print marketing. Labrie will also assist with special projects and websiterelated marketing. Klym-Snyder brings with her years of experience as visitor services manager at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art and has already been instrumental in the hiring of visitor services staff and re-establishing Destination Gettysburg’s information counter at the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum & Visitor Center. Cymerman, a graduate of Gettysburg College, will be responsible for managing the organization’s two trails - the Adams County Pour Tour and the Adams County Crop Hop. He will also be contributing to website content and social media.

Over the past few years, Van der Groef worked closely with the previous Hoffman Homes CEO. She also collaborated extensively with the leadership team to spearhead the research and development of several new HHY programs. She is a licensed social worker and holds a Bachelor of Social Work from Shippensburg University as well as a Master of Social Work from Temple University. Van der Groef has held or currently holds positions within several regulatory and advocacy-based organizations, including board member for Rehabilitation and Community Providers Association (RCPA); vice-chair for Pennsylvania Council of Children, Youth, and Families (PCCYFS); member of the Office of Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services (OMHSAS) Planning Committee; participant on the Shippensburg Advisory Board; co-chair of PCCYFS Residential Treatment Facility (RTF) Workgroup; chair of the Plan of Supervision Workgroup regarding allegations and mandated reporting and cochair of the Workforce Development Taskforce for the Central Region relating to the placement of children/youth in RTF programs. Her additional accomplishments include reaching the rank of sergeant within the United States Reserve Armed Forces and serving as an adjunct professor for Shippensburg University’s social work department.

◆◆◆ Fuhrman Creative Welcomes Two Team Members Fuhrman Creative LLC recently welcomed Maura Hoff and Kendall Swift to their team.

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Hoff joined the Fuhrman Creative team in April as a content specialist. She focuses on social media content, blog posts, press releases and other creative writing tasks. A Penn State graduate, she has held marketing and sales roles in numerous industries throughout her career. Hoping to pursue a career with a writing niche, she is thrilled to be working with the team at Fuhrman Creative! Swift is working in multiple sectors of the agency to gain a better understanding of the marketing field. She is a rising sophomore at the University of Pittsburgh, where she studies public and professional writing. At Pitt, she also writes for her school newspaper, the Pitt News.

PennCares Celebrating 60 Years of Service Quality Service, Inc. 1147 Eichelberger St. Hanover, PA 17331 Cell: 717-253-3259 Office: 717-632-5111

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The PennCares team pictured at their Hanover office.

PennCares, formerly UCP of South Central PA, is celebrating their 60th anniversary. PennCares is a community-based, non-profit organization that provides early intervention, child development groups/pre-schools, work opportunities and in-home, non-medical support services to older adults and individuals with physical and intellectual disabilities throughout Central Pennsylvania. Additionally, PennCares provides, professional trainings on topics such as healthy aging, addiction, social isolation and dementia for caregivers and professionals. PennCares addresses the full continuum of care with dedication, skill and a commitment to quality support, individual empowerment and promoting independence. PennCares will be hosting its 60th Anniversary Mixer at their Hanover office located at 788 Cherry Tree Court on October 13 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. There will be heavy appetizers, beverages and activities to celebrate this milestone anniversary. If you are interested in attending, you can RSVP at

◆◆◆ TREYSTA Receives Recognition as Managed Service Provider

PA Dept. of Environmental Protection (PADEP) certified for the analysis of municipal, commercial and residential water and wastewater

LABS, Inc. 125 Enterprise Drive New Oxford, PA 17350 (717) 259-6550

MD Dept. of Health certified for the analysis of drinking water Swimming pool analysis for homeowners and commercial properties

TREYSTA has been named as one of the world’s premier managed service providers in the prestigious 2022 Channel Futures MSP 501 rankings. For the past 16 years, managed service providers (MSPs) from around the globe have submitted applications to be included on this prestigious and definitive listing. The Channel Futures MSP 501 survey examines organizational performance based on annual sales, recurring revenue, profit margins, revenue mix, growth opportunities, innovation, technology solutions supported and company and customer demographics. MSPs that qualify for the list must pass a rigorous review conducted by the research team and editors of Channel Futures. It ranks applicants using a unique methodology that weighs financial performance according to long-term health and viability, commitment to recurring revenue and operational efficiency. This year’s list once again attracted a record number of applicants, making it one of the most competitive in the survey’s history.

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