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    Bourbon + Bowties | You’re Invited to Schreiber’s 39th Annual Gala

    Hosted at Brick Gables in Lititz, the gala will be held Saturday, March 11, and help fund a year of growth for Schreiber.

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    LCSWMA is Making Sustainability a Community Effort

    The new year is a great time to take steps toward sustainability, and LCSWMA is here to help.

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    Solvit Academy Announces New Middle School

    What makes the Solvit Academy middle school different? It will focus on providing learners with real-world work experiences before they even step foot into a high school or college setting. Voyagers are already exposed to entrepreneurship skills through Solvit Academy’s annual Children’s Business Fair, but when the academy opens the doors of the middle school, new opportunities will abound for Solvit students.

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    Penn State Health: Trusted care, closer to home

    The new Penn State Health Lancaster Medical Center opened October 3, 2022.

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    Celebrating Women in Nonprofit Leadership

    Sponsored by Truist, meet three of Lancaster’s nonprofit leaders who are making a big impact on the community.

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    Bring the Family | Winter 2022

    You’re always the perfect age to enjoy Lancaster.

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    Fresh Face: The Pressroom

    As a third-generation restaurateur, hospitality runs in Toni Calderone’s blood so when the opportunity came to bring The Pressroom back to the Lancaster community, she jumped at the opportunity.

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    Reach High: Stories of Leadership | Robin Stauffer

    Robin Stauffer, Executive Director of High Foundation, has dedicated over 30 years of her career to the service-oriented vision of S. Dale High and the High family. Starting at the High companies as an accounting clerk, she has worn many hats—board liaison, executive committee member, corporate marketing and communications supervisor, to name a few.

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    OZFund is committed to creating sustainable housing

    The OZFund provides a path for investors to support local communities and seeks to encourage investors to support low-income communities by investing in OZFund. For its first proposed project, OZFund has acquired a large property on South Queen Street in Lancaster, an Opportunity Zone. The property will be developed into 52 reasonably-priced apartments and 6,700 square feet of commercial space.

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    LCSWMA: Great partnerships will sustain Lancaster County

    The Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority (LCSWMA) has a vision for Lancaster County. The vision includes a sustainable future where everyone can thrive on the planet and in the community for a very long time. LCSWMA is intentional about its part in making this vision a reality, and every day, they are rethinking waste for a sustainable future.

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    LINK Business: Connecting business buyers & sellers

    LINK Business is a locally owned company that works hard to connect businesses with the right buyer for mutually-beneficial outcomes. Local knowledge, supported by a team of industry specialists, paves the way for these connections to be made. LINK Business invites you to get to know its Enterprise Division—what they do and who they serve.

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    Reach High: Stories of Leadership | Carlos Graupera

    Carlos Graupera, the CEO of SACA (Spanish American Civic Association), has been serving Lancaster City for almost 50 years. Carlos founded SACA in 1973, with the help of local Catholic charities, when there was a significant demographic change in Lancaster. They created SACA as a civic infrastructure and platform that would allow the Latino population to receive needed services and enable the general community to engage constructively with the growing Latino community.

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