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Chamber Connection - Hanover Area Chamber of Commerce
November 2015
Chamber Connection
Your connection to the greater Hanover business community.
New Members
Page 3
Membership Minute
Page 3
Member Anniversaries
Page 4
Chamber Thanks
Renewing Members
Page 5
Business Briefs
Page 6
Member Spotlights
Pages 7-8
Mission: We deliver value to our members and advance the interests of the business
community.
Chamber, Businesses Recognize Manufacturing Day
In October, the Hanover Chamber, in
collaboration with the York County Economic
Alliance, The Manufacturers Association of
South Central PA, and Mantec, joined with
local partners in education, manufacturing and
business to recognize National Manufacturing
Day.
Nationally recognized on Oct. 2, Manufacturing
Day is a celebration of modern manufacturing
meant to inspire the next generation of
manufacturers and draw public attention
to manufacturing’s present-day reality,
encouraging job seekers to develop the skills
they need to qualify for long-term careers in
this secure and growing sector of the economy.
Students from Hanover and South Western
High Schools toured Utz Quality Foods and
Snyder’s-Lance, Inc. on Weds., Sept. 30 as part
of a week of events recognizing Manufacturing
Day. During the tours, students were able to
gain insight into the manufacturing sector,
its importance to the local economy, and
manufacturing careers available in the Hanover
area.
On Fri., Oct. 2, local leaders in business and
education joined with legislators at Snyder’sLance, Inc. for a summit meeting to recognize
the strong partnerships that have been forged
between business and education in the Hanover
area.
“The Hanover community is to benefit from
the strong commitments that have been forged
between local business and education to prepare
young people for the workforce,” said Gary
Laird, Chamber President. “In an area where
manufacturing is thriving and skilled labor
is in high demand, educators are listening
and responding to the needs of business and
preparing high school and college students to
enter the local workforce.”
Veteran Hired through Job Vault
Main Street Hanover
Page 9
In May 2015, the Chamber unveiled The
Veterans Job Vault program, created to connect
veterans in the greater Hanover are to a career
within the manufacturing industry.
Veteran Dennis Zekany Jr., Gulden’s recent
hire, is grateful for the Veteran Job Vault and
spoke highly of the opportunity it provided to
him.
Networking Events
Pages 10 - 11
Kevin Gulden, a 21-year Air Force Veteran and
Plant Manager at Utz Quality Foods, spoke
about the program’s success and his new hire
from the Veteran Job Vault applicant list.
“I would like to say thank you to all those
involved in starting the Veterans Job Vault. You
started a great service to help get vets plugged
into local jobs. I would also like to say thank
you to Utz and Kevin for partnering with the
Vet Vault and giving me this great opportunity
to work at a great company like Utz.”
“The Veteran’s Vault was a great success for
Utz Quality Foods, Inc. for our first time using
it,” said Gulden.
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“We were able to find an awesome candidate
for a hard to fill position. He brought great
technical skills, initiative, and work ethic and
has been a valuable addition to our team.”
If your business would like to become involved
with the Veteran Job Vault and receive an
updated list of qualified applicants on a monthly
basis, contact Natalie Neal at
[email protected] or 717-637-6130
ext. 100.
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Hanover Area Chamber of Commerce
Chamber News
Hanover Area Chamber
of Commerce
Chair of the Board
Drew Derreth
Hanover Valley Presbyterian Church
Secretary/Treasurer
Nat Fissel, Smith Elliott Kearns & Co.
For the eighth consecutive year, the Hanover
Chamber is pleased to offer the premier advertising
vehicle for member businesses and organizations.
Serving as both visitor’s guide and business listing,
Discover Hanover offers unparalleled advertising
opportunities to Chamber members.
Discover Hanover showcases the best of
everything Hanover has to offer- from dining to
shopping, entertainment to the arts, history to
architecture. Visitors and residents alike will find
that there’s something for everyone in Hanover!
Vice Chairs
Julia Groft, Manpower
Mike Kelly, York Traditions Bank
Linda Siegle, Esq., Siegle Law
Past Chair
Mark Riggs, Hanover Capital
Management
The Chamber delivers over 12,000 copies of
Discover Hanover annually to 100+ locations
throughout York and Adams counties. In addition, the publication is
featured on hanoverchamber.com which receives over 125,000 hits per month.
Board of Directors
Liam Behrens, Hanover Area YMCA
Vanessa Berger, Cross Keys Village
Torren Ecker, Becker &
Strausbaugh, P.C.
Shannon Harvey, HACC Gettysburg
Harry McKean, New Age Associates
Bruce Myers, Snyder’s-Lance
Karen Nelson, ACNB Bank
Dr. John Scola, Hanover Public
School District
Jim Sponaugle, Riley Welding
& Fabricating LLC
Dr. Jill Wenrich, South Western
School District
Carli Lehr, Rager, Lehman & Houck P.C.
Whether it’s providing business development opportunities for members, serving
as an advocate for the community or serving as a resource for community
development, the Hanover Chamber is here to serve you.
Reserve your ad today by contacting
Katy King, Marketing & PR Director
[email protected] - 717.637.6130
Call Mindy Today!
Chamber Staff
Gary Laird, President
[email protected]
717.637.1200
www.doceocreative.com
Katy King, Marketing & PR Director
[email protected]
Erinn Bell, Operations Coordinator
[email protected]
Nancy Thornton
Accounting Coordinator
[email protected]
Natalie Neal
Marketing & Operations Coordinator
[email protected]
Chamber Connection is a monthly
publication of the Hanover Area
Chamber of Commerce. For deadline
information, please contact Katy King at
[email protected]
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The Chamber would like to welcome the
following new members:
Restaurants & Catering
La Cucina Italian Restaurant
Armando Malvone
1412 Baltimore Street
Hanover, PA 17331
717-633-5700
Non-Profit
Hanover Barbershop Chorus
Edwin Maxwell
8 Sterling Drive
Hanover, PA 17331
717-630-8353
Membership Minute
Printed marketing materials can be a
critical tool when promoting your business.
Did you know that the Chamber provides
the opportunity for you to display your
materials right in the Chamber office?
From flyers to pamphlets to business cards,
members have the ability to advertise in the
lobby of the Chamber office. This provides
an additional location to market your
business, and it’s a free benefit with your
membership!
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This is also a simple way to obtain
information on additional member
businesses. Looking for a specific service?
You’re likely to find what you’re looking
for among fellow Chamber members.
Chamber members, community members,
and tourists are constantly walking through
our doors. Therefore, you expose your
promotional items to a wider audience and
your materials will be front and center to
all visitors. This will provide value to your
business as well as the community.
Drop off your promotional items at the
Chamber during office hours, and we
would be happy to place them for you. Be
sure to keep your business items updated
throughout the year.
For more information on maximizing your
Chamber benefits, contact Erinn Bell,
Operations Coordinator.
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Chamber News
Chamber News
Member Anniversaries Recognized at Annual Breakfast
Chamber Thanks Renewing Members
The Chamber recognized milestone member anniversaries at the
September Eye-Opener Breakfast at Cross Keys Village – The
Brethren Home Community.
The Chamber wishes to thank the
following members who have renewed
their membership for 2015-16:
Celebrating 25 years: Barb and Bob’s Main St. Restaurant &
Lounge, Berkshire Hathaway Homesale Realty, Blouse Sign
Co., Crown Trophy, Davidson H. & C. Co., Inc., Flatbush Golf
Course, Hanover Auto Team-Hanover Toyota/Scion/Lots For Less/
Collision Center/Hanover Nissan, Harrisburg Area Community
College - Gettysburg Campus, Penn Auto Parts Inc., Signs Now,
Trone Outdoor Advertising.
Celebrating 15 years: Becker & Strausbaugh, P.C., Comcast
Spotlight, Eichelberger Professional Building Condominium
Association, Elinor Albright Rebert Esquire, Hanover Area
Council of Churches, Mr. Charles Grubb, Sheppard Mansion &
Carriage House Market, Ruhlman Bros, Inc., The Performance
Group, Todd A. Gosnell Paving Contractor, Inc., Staiman
Recycling/Hanover, Zimmerman Homes.
Celebrating 10 years: American Heart Association, Apostolic
Ministries, Fischer Insurance Agency, G & S Foods/TastySnack
Quality Foods, Inc., Hanover Area Human Resource Association,
Hanover Area Jaycees, Harry L. Bubb Associates, Inc., L.J.
Hofine, Inc., Laurelwood Productions, Prestige Apparel, LLC,
Strine’s Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc., Yorktowne Townhomes,
TempStar Staffing, The Residence at Hanover Shoe - Senior
Residences at Hanover Shoe, Visiting Angels, Warehouse Gourmet
Bistro & Brewpub, WhyKnott Advertising.
Celebrating 5 years: Affordable Energy Now LLC, APPI Energy,
Blue Ridge Holdings, C H Reed Inc., Compleat Restorations, Inc.,
DCI Management, Dial-A-Temp, Dr. Walter Maust, Exchange
Club of Hanover, First United Methodist Church, Hickory Falls
Family Entertainment Center, Madison Settlement Services
Inc., Maranto Electrical Construction, Met Ed, Penn Waste, Inc.,
Pilot Capital Management, Inc., Ring Container Technologies,
Seymore’s Custom Woodworking, Inc., The Broken Cookie
Bakery & Coffeehouse, Visionary Web Service, W. Hal Wyatt CPA
PC.
A Helping Hand Home Care Services, LLC
Abbottstown Industries, Inc.
Adams Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Adams Oral Surgery
Allstate Insurance Company-McKee Agency
Barley Snyder
BELCO Community Credit Union
Bertram & Joyce Elsner
Black Abstract, Inc.
Blouse Sign Co.
Blue Ridge Holdings
Bon Ton Builders, Inc.
Brenner Accounting Services
Brewery Products Co., Inc.
Bruster’s Real Ice Cream
C. A. Weber Agency, Inc.
CAM Innovation, Inc.
CBY Systems
Channell’s Locksmith Shop, Inc.
Cognitive Health Solutions, LLC
Color Wheel Flooring America
Columbia Cottage/Horst Group
Comcast Spotlight
Comforcare Senior Services
Compleat Restorations, Inc.
Conewago Contractors, Inc.
Conewago Enterprises, Inc.
Conewago Valley School District
Cross Keys Village - The Brethren Home
Community
D & D Overhead Door Co
Dacco Erectors, Inc.
Delone Catholic High School
DESCO Services
Dial-A-Temp
Diana’s Limosuine Company
Diller Wierman Inc.
DL3 Systems, LLC.
DOCEO Growth Partners, LLC
DOCEO Office Solutions, LLC
Dorr Law Offices
Edward Jones - Cindy Fremont
Enlightened Learning Center
Farley’s Jewelers
Fischer Insurance Agency
Flatbush Golf Course
Francis E. Klunk, Elect. Cont., LLC
Frock Bros. Trucking, Inc.
Fulton Bank
Furs By Susan
G & S Foods/TastySnack Quality
Foods, Inc
Gettysburg Community Theatre
Golden Living Center
Guthrie Memorial Library
H. M. KELLY, INC
H.A.R.T. Center
Hanover Apartments
Hanover Architectural Products
Hanover Area Council of Churches
Hanover Area Management Association
Hanover Area YMCA
Hanover Barber Shop Chorus
Hanover Clothing Co.
Hanover Community Players
Hanover Hospital
Hanover Potato Products, Inc. DBA
South Central PA Public Warehouse
Hanover Public School District
Harrisburg Area Community College Gettysburg Campus
Harvest Chapel
HBH Management, Inc
Hickory Falls Family Entertainment Center
Historic Gettysburg Hotel
Holiday Inn Express
HomeField Advantage
Homewood at Plum Creek
Hospice & Community Care
Jiffy Lube
Keith D. Smith Concrete Contractor, Inc.
Keystone Foundation Repair
Keystone Machine, Inc.
Kleffel’s
Kreative Komputing by Kevin &
Kathy, LLC
LaCucina Restaurant
Landscaper’s Supply Yard of Hanover
Lebo Skin Care
Lester J. Sell Agency
LMS Commercial Real Estate
Marks’ Auto Body Specialist
Martin’s Potato Chips, Inc.
Martz Bros. Painting, LLC
MedExpress Urgent Care
Members 1st Federal Credit Union
Met Ed
Miller, Brown, Ohm & Associates,
P.C., C.P.A.’s
Miller-Hanover, Inc.
Murphy Funeral Home, Inc.
New Age Associates, Inc.
New Hope Ministries
Northwest Savings Bank
Ocker & Associates, PC
O’Donnell and Barr Law Group
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Olivia’s House: A Grief and Loss
Center for Children
Organization Development & Training
OSS Health
Packaging Corporation of America
Panebaker Funeral Home, Inc.
ParenteBeard Wealth Management
Party Belles
Penn-Mar Castings, Inc.
Quaker City Paper Co.
Quinn Flags & Banners
rabbittransit
Rager, Lehman & Houck, P.C.
Real Estate Settlement Co.
Rick’s Screen Printing
Ridge North Shopping Center Associates
Ruhlman Bros, Inc.
Ryan California - State Farm Insurance
Senior Helpers
SERVICE 1st Realty, Inc.
Shippensburg University
Signs Now
Smith & Company CPAs
Smith Elliott Kearns & Co., LLC
Snyder’s - Lance, Inc.
South Penn Eye Care
Spring Grove Area School District
St. David’s United Church of Christ
St. Mark’s Evangelical Lutheran Church
St. Matthew Lutheran Church
Steven G. McKonly, P.C.
Style-Line Kitchens
Susquehanna Bank
The Manufacturers Association
The May Eye Care Center & Associates
The Residence at Hanover Shoe - Senior
Residences at Hanover Shoe
Threefold Janitorial Services, Inc.
Tim-Bar Packaging & Display
Todd A. Gosnell Paving Contractor, Inc.
United Way of York County
Utz Quality Foods, Inc.
Visiting Nurse Association of Hanover &
Spring Grove
Washington Township
WGTY - Great Country 107.7 Radio
Wide Open Communications
Windy Hill on the Campus
York Revolution Baseball Club
Yorktowne Townhomes
**Please note: List generated as of
October 12. Continued renewals will be
published in a later issue.
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Business Briefs
STOCK AND LEADER
WELCOMES SIEGEL, MCHUGH
Stock and Leader
welcomes Attorney
Martin R. Siegel to
lead the Environmental
Law Group in providing
counsel to the firm’s
local, regional and
national clients.
Attorney Siegel brings 22 years of
environmental law experience at
the Pennsylvania Department of
Environmental Protection (DEP), where
he served as Assistant Counsel in the
Southcentral Regional Office.
employment law.
Attorney Timothy
K. McHugh joins
Stock and Leader’s
School Law Group
focusing his practice
in the area of public
education, including
student discipline,
special education, and
Prior to joining Stock and Leader, Mr.
McHugh taught social studies at high
schools in York and Cumberland Counties,
as well as Owings, Maryland.
MCCONKEY INSURANGE
ANNOUNCES NEW HIRES
McConkey Insurance
& Benefits is proud to
announce that Lisa L.
Oberdorf has joined
the McConkey team
as the Personal Lines
Supervisor. Oberdorf
brings 17 years of
experience in many
aspects of the Personal and Commercial
Insurance industry. Most recently, she
served in an account executive position
with Philadelphia Insurance. Prior to
working with Philadelphia Insurance,
Oberdorf was in various service and
management roles including District
Manager for more than 7 years for an
agency in Tennessee.
Member Spotlights
Rochelle A. DeVito has
joined the McConkey
team as a Client Service
Coordinator in their
Benefits Department.
DeVito has more
than 14 years of
insurance experience,
previously as a Medical
Underwriter of individual business
products. She is also experienced in claims
review and fraud and abuse.
The Women to Watch
Awards honor women
leaders who have made
significant contributions
to the accounting
profession. Blair
was nominated by
Michael P. Manspeaker,
CPA, CGMA for
her knowledge, professionalism, and
contributions as an effective leader at the
firm.
Jennifer W. Balducci
has joined the
McConkey team
as a Client Service
Coordinator in their
Benefits Department.
Prior to McConkey, she
worked as a Benefits
Coordinator for Eastern
Savings Bank for 3 years, 2 years at Group
Benefits Services first as an Account
Coordinator and a Small Group Renewal
Services representative. She also worked
for a few brokers in Bel Air and Sparks,
Maryland.
Blair has over 18 years of experience at
the firm and is the Member responsible
for the Estate Planning and Compliance
Department. Her clients include local
attorneys and trust departments. She
is involved in numerous professional
organizations and is actively involved in
her community through Rotary and other
non-profit organizations.
PETERS JOINS C.S. DAVIDSON
C.S. Davidson, Inc.
is pleased to welcome
Chad D. Peters, P.E. as
a Project Manager in the
civil engineering group.
In this role, Peters will
prepare site design
and land development
plans, grading plans, stormwater and sewer
system designs, project coordination and
permitting, and review subdivision and
land development plans for compliance
with municipal ordinances. Peters has over
14 years of experience in the engineering
industry including working with local
municipal governments.
BLAIR RECOGNIZED AS
EMERGING LEADER
Jodi M. Blair, CPA, CSEP of Smith
Elliott Kearns & Co, LLC was recently
recognized as an Emerging Leader at the
2015 Women to Watch Awards ceremony.
BARLEY SNYDER WELCOMES
DOLCH TO FIRM
The law firm of Barley
Snyder is pleased to
announce that Danielle
Dolch has joined the
firm in its real estate
and personal planning
groups.
Dolch earned her J.D.
from the University of Maryland Francis
King Carey School of Law where she
gained extensive experience as a student
attorney in Maryland Carey Law’s General
Practice Clinic. She also served as a law
clerk, and most recently as an associate,
at a Maryland law firm where she gained
significant experience in estate planning
and estate administration. Dolch received
her B.A. from Gettysburg College and is a
member of the York County, Pennsylvania
and Maryland State Bar Associations.
Member businesses are invited to send company
news, personnel updates and special interest
stories for consideration in the Chamber
Connection newsletter. Please submit news by
the first Friday of the month for inclusion in
the following month’s newsletter. News will be
considered at the discretion of Chamber staff and
included as space permit. Please include high-res
photo in JPG or PDF format.
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Windy Hill Celebrates 30 Years
HPSD Integrative Learning Center
Staff, volunteers and members of Windy Hill on the Campus are joined by
local legislators to open the new Connect Cafe at the senior center on Roths
Church Road in Spring Grove.
Dr. John Scola, Superintendent of Hanover Public School District, and
Russel Williams and Peter Sheppard, representing the Hanover Shoe Farm
Foundation, cut the ribbon to officially open the Integrative Learning Center
at Hanover High School.
Windy Hill on the Campus celebrated its 30th Anniversary and the
opening of the new Connect Cafe with an open house and ribbon
cutting on Thurs., Sept. 24.
Nearly 300 individuals visited the center throughout the day.
Several state and local elected/appointed officials were on hand,
including PA Department of Aging Secretary Teresa Osborne,
PA State Representatives Seth Grove and Kate Klunk, PA State
Senator Scott Wagner and York County Commissioner Doug
Hoke.
In its location in the former Spring Grove Middle School, Windy
Hill serves over 500 seniors aged 60 and over, offering daily
social, educational and fitness programs in addition to serving a
hot meal at noon.
The new Connect Cafe is open to members each weekday, offering
gourmet coffee and snacks.
Hanover High School celebrated the opening of the new
Integrative Learning Center (ILC), formerly known as the library,
with a ribbon cutting on Thurs., Oct. 8.
In the ILC, students have access to a laser cutter, two 3-D printers,
film studios with editing stations, a presentation studio, virtual
reality goggles, and an Xbox 360, where they will eventually be
able to develop their own video games.
The ILC was designed to transform the learning experience for
students and staff, and was possible through a generous grant from
the Hanover Shoe Farm Foundation.
Superintendent Dr. John Scola believes that the ILC will offer
students with technological aspirations a professional edge
following their high school careers.
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Community Reports
Main Street Hanover
Warehouse Gourmet Celebrates 10 Years
Oct. 4, 2015 marked the ten year
anniversary of Warehouse Gourmet Bistro
and Brew Pub.
Cross Keys Village
Breaks Ground
Originally named Warehouse Gourmet
Catering Company, owners Melinda and
Keith Stambaugh still focus on catering
as a major part of the business. As the
holiday season approaches, Warehouse
Gourmet is the perfect choice for the
freshest, handmade foods with a personal
touch and attention to detail.
In 2010, The Warehouse Gourmet Bistro
opened in the downstairs of the building
with 40 seats. It took a brief amount of
time before Keith realized he needed to
learn how to brew beer and build an inhouse brewery. In November of 2012, their
named evolved into “Warehouse Gourmet
Bistro & Brewpub” and became Hanover’s
first brewery. It was an instant hit
providing fresh local craft beers to excited
beer enthusiasts.
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Ring in the Holidays with Christmas
on Main Street
“Strings of street lights, even stop lights, blink a bright red and
green, as the shoppers rush home with their treasures...” The
familiar old Bing Crosby tune will come alive in Hanover again
this year, as Main Street Hanover prepares for the holiday season.
Gather your family and mark the calendar for the exciting annual
events in downtown Hanover.
Dressed in Holiday Style
L. to r.: Mike Callahan, president of Benchmark
Construction; Larry Plymire, Cross Keys Villager
and co-chair of the capital campaign for the
residence; Joy Bodnar, chief operating officer of
Cross Keys Village; Jeff Evans, president and
chief executive officer; Vernon Feather, senior vice
president of SFCS Architects, and Jake Hershey,
Cross Keys Villager, board member and campaign
co-chair.
With eight beers on tap, the Warehouse
brewery creates a multitude of traditional
beer styles that well represent and exceed
the expectations of their customers.
Cross Keys Village executives and visiting
dignitaries held the official groundbreaking
October 7 for a new Memory Care
Residence, which promises an array of
tools to make life better for those suffering
from dementia, for their families and for
other caregivers.
Scheduled to open next year, the $7.8
million, 26,000 sq. ft. Memory Care
Residence will have two “households” with
16 private rooms in each, and a connecting
“Main Street” area will house shared
resources. Its design recalls that of a home,
not a facility.
Features of the building and grounds
will promote physical, emotional and
spiritual well-being, and the therapeutic
environment offers delightful sensory
pleasures in sight, sound, taste, touch and
smell. Inside these might be kitchen aromas
or an office desk where papers can be
organized. Outside, flowers and vegetables
will line the walkways, and a garden shed
will provide memories and connections.
A fundraising campaign is underway to
help with the building costs and campaign
co-chair Jake Hershey, a CKV board
member and villager, called for the effort to
surpass its $1.5 million goal.
For more information, call 717-624-5203.
Several local organizations will collaborate again this year in
the annual ‘hanging of the greens’. Keep your eyes open during
November as the familiar decorations appear on lamp posts
throughout downtown and Eisenhower Drive. Downtown, the
Hanover Exchange Club, Hanover Rotary, Kiwanis Club, and
Lions Club will deck the four quadrants in Center Square with
holiday cheer.
This is Santa’s Big Scene
The festivities officially kick off on Fri., Nov. 27 with the annual
Christmas parade and tree lighting ceremony. Santa will make
his arrival to Hanover during the 9 a.m. parade, and set up
shop in his cabin on the square for the remainder of the holiday
season to greet families and children as he has traditionally done
for generations.. After the parade, explore downtown retailers
and restaurants before returning at 6 p.m. for the tree lighting
ceremony, featuring live musical entertainment. All activities are
free and open to the public.
It’s Christmas Time
in the City
Remember to pick up your passport
for the 2nd Annual Christmas Tree
Wars! Many downtown merchants
will again be participating in this
unique and festive contest. Get your
passports at the Chamber Office or
any participating location and see the
trees lit up for the first time on Nov.
27 before and after the tree lighting
ceremony.
City Sidewalks, Busy Sidewalks
Check off your gift list in no time at downtown Hanover shops and
retailers. Look for the Downtown Gift Guide for ideas and tips for
shopping for those hard to buy for friends and family. Don’t worry
about the meters - parking is free all day Friday and Saturday from
Nov. 27 through Dec. 19 to encourage shoppers to visit downtown
during the holiday season thanks to the Hanover Borough!
The traditional Hanover Christmas events bring thousands of
participants into downtown for a season of family fun. These
events would not be possible without the support of generous
donations from the Hanover community. We appreciate the
continued support in making the holidays bright in Hanover!
Santa’s Cabin Hours
November 27
Santa’s arrival
9 am - 12 pm, 1 - 5 pm,
6 - 8 pm
November 28
10 am - 12 pm, 1 - 6 pm
November 30
6 - 8 pm
December 4
6 - 8 pm
December 5
10 am - 12 pm, 1 - 6 pm
December 7 - 11
6 - 8 pm
December 12
10 am - 12 pm, 1 - 6 pm
December 14 - 18
6 - 8 pm
December 19
10 am - 12 pm, 1 - 6 pm
December 21 - 23
6 - 8 pm
Santa returns to
the North Pole!
For complete listing of downtown events,
visit www.mainstreethanover.org/events
If you are interested in supporting Hanover Christmas events,
please consider a donation. Make checks payable to PEDYC,
with “Christmas” in the memo line, and mail your contribution to:
PEDYC c/o Main Street Hanover, 146 Carlisle Street, Hanover
PA, 17331.
Monies will be directed to the Christmas events through the
Partnership for Economic Development in York County (PEDYC).
PEDYC serves as the fiscal sponsor to Main street Hanover,
providing a 501(c)3 status and allows your contribution to be tax
deductible. A receipt will be mailed to your records.
10 Networking Opportunities
Eye-Opener Breakfast
Call us for your ideal retirement…
Wednesday, November 18, 7:30 a.m.
The Village at Utz Terrace
2100 Utz Terrace, Hanover
Event Registration
Call us for your ideal retirement…
…but call us by our new
name – SpiriTrust Lutheran,
The Village at Utz Terrace.
Just our name has changed;
we remain committed to
offering quality residential
homes, personal care, skilled
care and short-term rehab
designed to meet your needs
now and in the future.
…but call us by our new
name – SpiriTrust Lutheran,
Program to feature the Veteran Job Vault
The Village at Utz Terrace.
and veteran job placement programs.
Just our name has changed;
we remain committed to
Guest Speaker:
offering
quality residential
Phil Pilandro, York County Veteran
Affairs
homes, personal care, skilled
care and short-term rehab
$11/member;
designed to meet your needs
$15/non-member
now and in the future.
Breakfast
sponsor:
Call 717-646-2420
for a personal appointment.
2100 Utz Terrace I Hanover, PA 17331 I www.SpiriTrustLutheran.org
Call 717-646-2420 for a personal appointment.
2100 Utz Terrace I Hanover, PA 17331 I www.SpiriTrustLutheran.org
Upcoming
Events
November 18
5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Happy Hour
at Aldus Brewing
Complimentary
December 17
5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Professional Event
Location TBD
Free for members;
$12.50 non-members
For details, visit hanoverareayp.com
Upcoming Mixers
& After Hours
Thursday, November 12
5 - 7 p.m.
Membership Mixer at The Markets at Hanover
1649 Broadway, Hanover
Wednesday, December 9
5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Membership Mixer hosted by Wells Fargo
held at Miscreation Brewing Company
6 Center Square, Hanover
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Please register for all events at Fax: 637-9127,
Email: [email protected] or hanoverchamber.com.
Events
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Investment
November 5
Business Awards Ceremony and Cocktail Reception, 5 - 7 p.m.
Eichelberger Performing Arts Center, 195 Stock St., Hanover
Attendees:
11/2
Complimentary
November 12
Membership Mixer, 5 - 7 p.m.
The Markets at Hanover, 1649 Broadway, Hanover
Attendees:
11/9
Complimentary
November 18
Eye-Opener Breakfast, 7:30 a.m.
Lutheran Retirement Village, 2100 Utz Terrace, Hanover
Attendees:
11/13
$11/member
November 20
Legislative Roundtable, 7:30 a.m.
Dutch Country Restaurant, 946 Baltimore St., Hanover
Attendees:
11/17
$12/member
December 9
Membership Mixer sponsored by Wells Fargo, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Miscreation Brewing Company, 6 Center Square, Hanover
Attendees:
12/7
Complimentary
December 16
Eye-Opener Breakfast, 7:30 a.m.
Hanover Elks Lodge, 47 N. Forney Ave., Hanover
Attendees:
12/14
$11/member
December 18
Annual Christmas Luncheon, 11:30 a.m.
Hanover Country Club, 200 E. Water St., Abbottstown
Attendees:
12/14
$40/member
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The Hanover Chamber
is excited to announce
a new event, coming
spring 2016! Mark
your calendars and
save the date for Sat.,
April 9.
Stay tuned for details,
but we promise you’ll
have a rockin’ time!
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Advanced registration is greatly appreciated. Cancellations made within 48 hours of the event are nonrefundable.
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