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Business briefs

January 27, 2008

Chamber announces new members

The Hagerstown-Washington County Chamber of Commerce has welcomed new members.

The chamber welcomed the following new in November:

Applied Industrial Technologies

D & D Fitness doing business as Anytime Fitness

Duvinage LLC

Terry Fincham Insurance Agency Inc.

First General Services of Pen-Mar Inc.

The chamber welcomed the following members in December:

American Laser Center of Hagerstown

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Antietam Technologies LLC

Cheryl Eckard Environmental Services LLC

Choices Aesthetics & Medical Spa

Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America, Maryland/Southern Delaware Chapter

Interstate Batteries

Knob Hall Vineyard & Winery

My Precision Cleaning Services Inc.

The chamber welcomed the following members in January:

FedEx Kinko's

Julie Gaver Training & Development LLC

Lincoln Financial Advisors

Lyngsoe Systems Inc.

National Kidney Foundation of Maryland

Alan J. Nuta, attorney

Shippensburg University/University Relations

Kimberly A. Shunney, certified public accountant

Teller Photography

Liberty Tax Service

Liberty Tax Service has opened a new office at 53 Eastern Blvd., Centre at Antietam Creek, Hagerstown. The office hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday; and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. The office phone number is 301-714-1040.

Beverly LivingCenter changes name to Golden

Beverly LivingCenter-Hagerstown has changed its name to Golden LivingCenter-Hagerstown.

"Our vision is to become a long-term care organization that is all about living - a place that is focused on enriching the lives of our patients and residents, and providing them with dignity and purpose," William Boyer, executive director of Golden LivingCenter-Hagerstown, said in a written statement.

The name was chosen to communicate that vision.

The Hagerstown facility provides health care for up to 140 residents and has been in the community since 1969.

Super Shoes shoe drive

In December, Super Shoes sponsored a shoe drive that helped benefit Souls4Souls. Customers donated new or gently worn shoes and received a coupon for $5 off their next purchase. The shoe drive ran in all 40 Super Shoes stores in seven states and resulted in the donation of 7,650 pairs of shoes.

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