Business briefs

April 07, 2003

Four Points by Sheraton

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - The Four Points by Sheraton in Chambersburg was recently awarded Starwood Hotels & Resort's Select "Best in Brand" designation for the fourth consecutive year.

Since 1999, the hotel has taken top honors as the "Best in Brand" for Starwood's mid-priced full service brand, Four Points by Sheraton.

Menno Haven

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Menno Haven Penn Hall has been awarded accreditation by the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission, an independent accreditation commission sponsored by the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging.

Menno Village has received its third re-accreditation by the commission.

The two campuses of Menno Haven, which include cottages and villas, apartments, assisted living and skilled nursing care, serve more than 1,000 people and employ more than 500.


Shenandoah Valley Medical System

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Shenandoah Valley Medical System has been re-accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.

The surveyors determined that patient care services meet or exceed the Joint Commission's national standards for health care networks.

The sites surveyed included the Shenandoah Valley Medical Center, Shenandoah Valley Behavioral Health Services, and the office of H. Alexander Wanger and Michael Kiken, MDs, in Martinsburg and the Shenandoah Valley Family Health Center, Inwood, W.Va.

Design/Build Architects

A recent project of Design/Build Architects is to be featured in an April episode of "Building Character" on the Home and Garden television network HGTV.

A presentation of the National Association of Home Builders, the series features buildings that have been converted into custom homes.

The local home being shown is a 200-year-old stone barn off Mount Aetna Road southeast of Hagerstown.

The property is the home of architect Kurt Cushwa and his wife, Peggy Cushwa, owner of Maggie's Hang-Ups in Hagerstown.

The episode will air April 20 at 8:30 p.m. on HGTV, local cable channel 59.

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