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Pennsylvania briefs

May 13, 2010

Meeting to provide update on Chambersburg Downtown Partnership



CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- Downtown Chambersburg Inc. and the Downtown Business Council are extending an invitation to the community to attend a town meeting to provide an update on the Chambersburg Downtown Partnership and the value-added marketing plan.

The meeting will be from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 19, at the Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce, 100 Lincoln Way East.

The meeting will be in the Chamber board room. Attendees may park in the Heritage Center lot across from the Franklin County Courthouse.

Greencastle-Antrim Chamber of Commerce to host 22nd annual golf tournament



GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- The Greencastle-Antrim Chamber of Commerce will host its 22nd annual Golf Tournament Wednesday, June 9, at Greencastle Greens.

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The format is a four-player scramble.

For the first time, a senior tournament is being held, consisting of nine holes with a shotgun start at 8:30 am. The traditional 18-hole tournament will begin with a shotgun start at 1 p.m.

Registrations are being accepted by the Chamber for both events.

The entry fee is $40 per person for the nine-hole senior tournament and $75 per person for the 18-hole tournament.

Registration fees include lunch or dinner.

For additional information and to register, contact the Chamber at 717-597-4610 or send e-mail to info@greencastlepachamber.org">info@greencastlepachamber.org.

Registration deadline is May 27.

The tournament sponsor is Craig, Friedly, Potter and Moore Insurance Agency.

State Sen. Alloway reminds motorists that potholes, concerns can be reported



HARRISBURG, Pa. -- State Sen. Richard Alloway II, R-Franklin/Adams/York, reminds motorists that potholes and other roadway concerns can be reported by calling 1-800-FIX-ROAD.

"Potholes and other road hazards can result in costly auto repairs, dangerous driving conditions and serious accidents," Alloway said. "Calling the pothole hot line will allow the Department of Transportation to address dangerous road conditions as quickly as possible."

PennDOT's toll-free hot line connects callers directly to their respective county maintenance offices.

Alloway said callers should try to be as specific as possible in describing the location of a roadway concern. Helpful information includes the state route and segment number (found on small, white signs along roadways), the direction of travel (eastbound or westbound lane, etc.) and any other useful location information (i.e. landmarks or nearby intersections).

Motorists can use the hot line for any reason, including deer removal, brush and tree removal, shoulder and drainage concerns, signage issues, other maintenance needs, and information, complaints and compliments.

Archers to hold 35th Cancer Memorial Shoot



CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - The Conococheague Archers will hold its 35th annual Cancer Memorial Shoot, May 29 to 31, at the Greencastle Sportsman's Club, 3260 Sportsman's Road, Greencastle, Pa.

A quilt raffle and auction also will be held.

All proceeds benefit Summit Cancer and Hematology Services and Greencastle Health Services, both affiliates of Summit Health, for the treatment and detection of cancer in our local area.

Over the last 35 years, The Conococheague Archers have raised more than $188,000 to help fight cancer. Since 1991, nearly $132,000 has been donated to Summit Health affiliates to enhance the cancer treatment and diagnostic services available in our own communities.

For more information about the Memorial Shoot, call Brad Helmuth at 717-375-2544.

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