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    Greenfield: A Center for Community

    Community-centric organizations and individuals are increasingly and positively impacting the world where we live, work, learn and play. In Lancaster County, this statement couldn’t be any truer. Greenfield, formerly known as the Greenfield Corporate Center, recently underwent an organizational rebrand and refresh that not only includes an updated logo but an updated calling and purpose.

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    BSSF Local Brew Tour: Columbia Kettle Works

    Every Home Brewer has a romantic notion to turn their hobby into a business,” says Rod Smith, co-owner of Columbia Kettle Works. For Rod and his business partner Bill Collister, that dream became a reality six years ago.

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    Velocity is going Virtual: Enjoy & Support Our City!

    Velocity showcases the very best that the City of Lancaster has to offer. Our art, culture, food, drinks, and fashion come together in one event to celebrate this vibrant City. This year will feature a virtual fashion show from some of the most popular shops and boutiques in the City.

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    Strasburg Rail Road: Combining history, luxury, and playfulness.

    Lancastrians may already be familiar with the youth events Strasburg Rail Road hosts, such as their “Day Out With Thomas” or “Santa’s Christmas Trolley”, but Steve Barrall, Vice President of Guest Experiences, heartily encourages them to explore programs offered for more mature audiences.

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    Fresh Face: Fern.ish Home

    Lindsey Barnes has always been interested in interior design. From a young age she was drawn to helping her mother decorate their home...

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    Lancaster Love Stories: Phil & Laura

    Love was in the air spring of 2011 at Solanco High School. Phil and Laura just didn’t know it yet. From craft beer at a local brewery to sunset walks in Clearwater, FL, these two make love look effortless.

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    Thinking of remodeling? Let EGStoltzfus’s award winning team help.

    Some people address the disorderly home with short-term “painkillers,” like new furniture. But others attack the root of the problem with serious “surgery” — a full remodel. That’s when they call EG Stoltzfus.

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    Fig Amplify: Kevin Ressler

    Fig Amplify is a new series created to amplify Black voices in Lancaster. We will hear from Business owners and advocates who are focused on positive progress toward racial equality in our community.

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    Form + Function by Julie Hillard.

    Julie Hillard, shares her story about how she found herself using her organization skills and the love of helping others to start her own company Peaceful Living Solutions.

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    Community First Fund- Impacting Lancaster

    Community First Fund aims to cultivate vibrant, diverse, and healthy communities throughout Lancaster and
    beyond

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    Making Great Things Happen…Together!

    While most of us have spent the past many weeks at home, we thought this would be a good time to learn about good trash habits so we can keep our community clean AND protect the environment.

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    BSSF Local Brew Tour: Funk Brewing Co.

    Norm, and his brother in law Kyle Funk began their obsession with creating delicious beer in a turkey fryer in Norm’s Elizabethtown-based garage seven years ago...

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