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December 12, 2009

Smith Elliott Kearns & Co.



The staff of the Hagerstown office of Smith Elliott Kearns & Co. recently collected donations to support The Salvation Army.

Staff members donated canned food items and the partner group added a cash donation.

Gary Lloyd of The Salvation Army received the donations from Bill Fritts, managing member of Smith Elliott Kearns & Co.'s Hagerstown office.

Tim's Tax Service LLC



FUNKSTOWN - The Bottom Line, at 4 E. Baltimore St. in Funkstown, is now known as Tim's Tax Service LLC, The New Bottom Line.

The business is owned by Tim and Tina Saunders, who both have completed a comprehensive tax course as well as numerous classes offered by the Internal Revenue Service.

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The Bottom Line was owned for 16 years by Lance Gercke.

Jellystone Park Camp-Resort



WILLIAMSPORT - Jellystone Park Camp-Resort recently was honored at the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds at the association's annual convention and trade show in Orlando, Fla.

Jellystone received the association's Plan-It-Green Award for its efforts to become more ecofriendly.

Brechbill and Helman Construction Co.



CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Brechbill and Helman Construction Co. recently was awarded a contract by Memorial Lutheran Church in Shippensburg, Pa., for the renovation of an existing facility at 114-124 Penn St.

The facility, to be named Kate's Place, will be completed in three phases. The first phase will start in the summer of 2010.

Kate's Place will be a service-oriented outreach to assist in meeting the needs of underserved communities. Kate's Place will include a food bank, gymnasium and office space.

CNB Financial Services Inc.



BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - The board of directors of CNB Financial Services Inc. recently declared a regular semiannual cash dividend of 53 cents per share and a special cash dividend of 49 cents per share.

The dividend is payable to shareholders of record as of Dec. 11 and is payable Dec. 15.

Total cash dividends paid in 2009 were $1.55 per share.

Warrior Tea Inc.



MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Warrior Tea Inc. recently signed a three-state distribution deal with Dr. Pepper Mountain Dew of Charles Town, W.Va.

Warrior Tea is a ready-to-drink tea beverage for athletes. Studies have shown the antioxidants in tea offset oxidative stress in athletes by increasing post workout levels of the protein glutathione. Warrior Tea also is enriched with a vitamin, electrolyte and amino acid complex.

For more information about Warrior Tea, go to www.Warrior-Tea.com.

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