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Business Briefs for June 7, 2009

June 06, 2009

Smith Elliott Kearns & Co.



Smith Elliott Kearns & Co. recently completed an independent peer review of its accounting and auditing practice.

Peer reviews, which are required for membership in the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and by the State of Maryland Board of Public Accountancy, are conducted every three years.

The peer review was conducted by the national firm of Cherry Bekaert & Holland, which made an independent assessment of Smith Elliott Kearns & Co.'s quality control policies and procedures, and inspected the working papers and reports on a representative sample of accounting and auditing engagements.

A copy of the report is available from Smith Elliott Kearns & Co. or from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

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Wolf Furniture

McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Wolf Furniture of Chambersburg, Pa., recently donated two La-Z-Boy recliners to the Fulton County Medical Center for use in the new Sleep-Breathing Disorders Center

The donation will allow patients to have their choice of completing their sleep study in a standard bed or in a recliner.

CNB Financial Services



CLEARFIELD, Pa. - CNB Financial Services Inc. declared a regular semi-annual cash dividend of 53 cents per share on May 28.

That is the same semi-annual cash dividend that was paid in June 2008.

The dividend, payable to shareholders of record June 11, is payable June 12.

Grove Resource Solutions



FREDERICK, Md. - Grove Resource Solutions Inc. has received a contract from the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency at Fort Detrick to provide support for their integrated clinical systems program management office.

Grove Resource Solutions is a female-owned small business that provides professional services and technology solutions to the U.S. Army at Fort Detrick, the U.S. Navy at SPAWAR Charleston, and the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Md.

The company was established in 2000 and has more than 200 employees.

The contract is to provide information technology, clinical subject matter expertise, medical logistics and information assurance support services both locally and globally for this integrated clinical systems mission.

The contract is for one year with three option years.

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