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Business briefs

October 30, 2009

Associated Builders and Contractors



Associated Builders and Contractors' Cumberland Valley chapter held its third annual Sporting Clay Shoot on Oct. 2 at Hill Country in Blue Ridge Summit, Pa.

Six squads participated in this year's outing, and the top three squads were presented trophies. They were:

o First place -- Musser Mechanical and Enterprise Fleet (Jonathan Ehrhart, Jody Myers, Steve Frazier and Seth Bleakley)

o Second place -- Heritage Roofing (Daylon Query, Jake Query, Jim Gress and Lorne Peters)

o Third place -- Valley Quarries (Joe Mumma, Nate Horton, Chad Mickey and John Fegan)

o The top six shooters -- Ehrhart, Frazier, Peters, Daylon Query, Tony Diferdinando of CJ Miller LLC and Tom Krenitsky of GRC General Contractor -- squared off in an elimination round. Diferdinando was the winner.

Other companies participating in the event were Laurel Sand, Eagle Construction, Hitt Contracting and RCD Inc. Electrical Services.

Sponsors for the event were Air-Row Sheet Metal Co., NYT Certified Public Accountant and Valley Quarries Inc.

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Eduro Networks



Eduro Networks recently launched business broadband services in Washington County.

Services are transmitted via towers in several areas of Washington County.

Eduro Networks has been servicing business customers in Frederick County, Md., since 2003, but has grown dramatically since 2007, when it launched voice services.

Eduro began test marketing the service in the summer and the response was strong. Businesses can use the Internet to take advantage of other products Eduro offers in VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), remote data storage and managed firewall services.

For information, call 240-529-2000, ext. 104, or go to www.eduronetworks.com.

AgChoice Farm Credit



CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- AgChoice Farm Credit distributed more than $373,000 in patronage to its customer-owners in the Chambersburg branch territory in October.

The money represents a significant return to AgChoice customer-owners and is a unique benefit of the business' cooperative structure.

AgChoice has paid patronage to customers for 10 consecutive years, which is every year since AgChoice was formed in 1999.

For more information about AgChoice Farm Credit and its financial programs, go to www.agchoice.com.

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