Business

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LH Catholic students learn about banking

PHOTO PROVIDED Woodlands Bank employees gave a presentation to the fifth grade students at Lock Haven Catholic School on Wednesday, in honor of Teach Children to Save Month. The students learned how to write checks and keep a register. They also learned the importance of saving money. From ...

‘Make your website work for you’

LOCK HAVEN — The Lock Haven University Small Business Development Center offers a free, informative workshop this coming Friday from 1 to 3 p.m. that will show business owners how to find free resources to get their information online and on the map. The workshop will be held in the LHU ...

2017 food drive

Business Club collects food for needy

The Business Club at Central Mountain High School organized a food drive for Clinton County over the last few weeks. They collected 600 cans to be distributed by Blanchard Church of Christ to those in need. Pictured are Nicole Brungard, Georgia Bates, Colton Wagner, and Evan Graves from the ...

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Charlotte, a boxer mix, gets vet care in her Marsh Creek home from Dr. Andy VanGorder of Happy Paws Mobile Veterinary Clinic. With him is Gina Gramling, the practice’s manager. In the background is one of Charlotte’s owners, Vicki Confer.

Happy Paws sends a vet to your door

MILL HALL — Happy Paws Mobile Veterinary Clinic offers services in pet owners’ homes. A phone call can bring health care for pets to your front door, in the form of Dr. Andy VanGorder, veterinarian. This home service is available on the weekends. “If you have a cat or dog who isn’t ...

SBDC offers QuickBooks workshop

LOCK HAVEN — The LHU SBDC will be offering an Advanced QuickBooks workshop on April 26 from 1 - 4 p.m. at their office located at 301 W. Church St., Lock Haven. Cost to attend is $75.00. In this workshop you will learn to analyze financial data and how to customize forms and write ...

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LHU business symposium to address multigenerational workforce

LOCK HAVEN —Lock Haven University will present the 2nd annual C-Suite Leadership Symposium, “Navigating a Multigenerational Workforce,” on Friday, March 24, in the PUB Multipurpose Room from 8:30 a.m. until noon. This premier educational event will feature Forgotten Respect author ...

business briefs

Introduction to QuickBooks seminar LOCK HAVEN — Whether you have recently purchased QuickBooks or would like to become more efficient, a seminar offered by the Small Business Development Center on Friday, March 24, will broaden your skills and answer those questions that have been plaguing ...

PennTAP to hold energy efficiency workshop for facility operators

UNIVERSITY PARK — The Pennsylvania Technical Assistance Program will hold a workshop to educate businesses about how to save money by becoming more energy efficient. The all-day Facility Operations Workshop will take place between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 14, at the Penn Stater ...

Farm to table businesses booming

(METRO) — Consumers’ appetites for local foods are growing, and restaurants have taken notice. Today, many local businesses, including farms and restaurants, have mutually exclusive relationships that make it possible for local residents to enjoy nutritious, locally produced ...

Workplace trends affecting administrative professionals

(METRO) —Executives who occupy corner offices tend to get much of the glory for a company’s success. But many professionals know the progress and sustainability of a business tends to lie within the daily services offered by its front line of employees. A number of these seasoned and ...

Real estate agents receive awards

Kevin Hodrick, broker, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Hodrick Realty, of the Lock Haven office, has announced the yearly 2016 Top Lister and Top Sales Awards. The award for the sales associate with top production in listings for 2016 was presented to Jim Foster while the sales award for 2016 ...

Marshall, Parker & Weber earns ‘Best Law Firms’ ranking

WILLIAMSPORT — Marshall, Parker & Weber, an elder law and estate planning firm, has been named a Tier 1 firm in the Harrisburg metropolitan area for Elder Law by U.S. News - Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” for elder law in 2017. This will be the firm’s fourth year in a row for this ...

From left, are Flanagan, Anne Bartholomew, her husband, Ted Brantley, and son, Corey Bartholomew.

‘Time Out’ at The Edge

PHOTOS PROVIDED The Edge Bar & Grille at 4 N. Henderson St. in Lock Haven (www.theedgeoflockhaven.com) hosted a well-attended “Time Out” sponsored by the Clinton County Economic Partnership on Thursday. Owner Anne Bartholomew rolled out the red carpet, serving various appetizers, ...

Muncy Bank announces employee promotions

MUNCY — Rob Glunk, president and CEO of The Muncy Bank and Trust Company has announced the promotions of three Muncy Bank employees. Stephanie Oakes has been named a Community Office Manager/Assistant Vice President; Kelli Smith was named Risk Operations Officer/Assistant Vice President ...

Local business supports business of saving lives

JERSEY SHORE —The Frederick B. Welker Funeral Home has graciously invested back into the community in order to promote the saving of lives. Owner Frederick B. “Toby” Welker, along with his daughter, Abbey R. Welker Yoas, recognized a very unique opportunity to assist our local first ...

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Representatives of First National Bank present a $10,000 gift that will support two innovative educational programs offered by Penn College for high school students. From left are FNB’s Don Breon, assistant vice president/treasury management; Dan Hooper, market manager/vice president; and Peter Bower, team leader/vice president, and Elizabeth A. Biddle, the college’s director of corporate relations.

First National Bank gives $10,000 to programs for high schoolers

WILLIAMSPORT — First National Bank representatives recently delivered a $10,000 gift to Pennsylvania College of Technology to help support its SMART Girls and Penn College NOW programs, innovative offerings that benefit hundreds of high schoolers. SMART Girls is a summer camp on the Penn ...

Local realtors receive monthly awards

LOCK HAVEN — Announcement was made by Kevin Hodrick, Broker, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Hodrick Realty, of the Lock Haven office’s monthly awards for January 2017. The award for the sales associate with top production in listings was presented to Jim Foster while the sales award ...

Innovative Manufacturers’ Center names board

WILLIAMSPORT — The Innovative Manufacturers’ Center (IMC), a public-private partnership dedicated to increasing central Pennsylvania manufacturers’ innovation, productivity and profitable growth, has named Nicholas Gilson of Gilson Boards and Lynne Krape, of APC International, Inc. ...

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Cindy Love named to grant -writing position

LOCK HAVEN  — Cynthia A. Love of Lock Haven has been named Systems Grant Administrator and Grant Writer for Penn Highlands Healthcare, according to Steve Fontaine, Penn Highlands Healthcare CEO. In this position, she will be responsible for researching, writing and overseeing the grant ...

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At right: Don Cole, center, of First Quality-Nutek in McElhattan received the Seven Seals Award for outstanding support he and his company provides to its Citizen Soldiers. Cole was nominated by Staff Sgt. Thomas Ritter, left. Presenting the award is William Burkhard, North Central Pennsylvania ESGR Area Chair.

First Quality employee, Don Cole, receives Seven Seals Award

MCELHATTAN — Don Cole of First Quality-Nutek in McElhattan was awarded a Department of Defense Employer Support of Guard and Reserve (ESGR) Seven Seals Award Wednesday, Jan. 25. William Burkhard, North Central Area Chair of the Pennsylvania ESGR, made the presentation. The Seven Seals Award ...