Business briefs - June 12

June 08, 2011

Jellystone Park Camp-Resort

WILLIAMSPORT — Jellystone Park Camp-Resort on Lappans Road just outside Williamsport is ready for summer.

The water park and 400-foot-long slides have been open for two weeks, and the park already has been seeing families and school students.

The park has made several improvements, including adding a "Water Wars" game in the Water Zone. Players shoot water balloons at each other with a slingshot launcher.

A new playground has been added, bringing the total to three, and a third horseshoe pit has been added. New activities have been added at the arts and crafts center, including sand art.

The park also offers laser tag, nighttime outdoor movies, DJ's and live entertainment.

Jellystone Park has 41 cottages and cabins (many are luxury-style cabins, complete with kitchen, cable TV, air conditioning and more). The park also has more than 180 RV sites, two swimming pools and a children's pool. For more information, call 301-223-7117.

Advanced Chiropractic, Foot & Ankle Care

WAYNESBORO, Pa. — Drs. Stephen Bui, May Cao and Najiah Faour of Advanced Chiropractic, Foot & Ankle Care, a multidisciplinary practice with chiropractic, podiatric and therapeutic massage services, has begun accepting monetary donations to support Renfrew Institute as part of Team Salamander. The group is raising funds and awareness while participating in the Waynesboro Summer Jubilee Fourth of July Firecracker 5K Run.

Staff members will walk or run this year's race. One staff member will be running her race in Tanzania, Africa, while she is on a mission trip.

Renfrew Institute provides environmental and cultural education programs for children, plus adult/teen programs, workshops and community events.

CNB Financial Services Inc.

Charles S. Trump IV, chairman of the board of directors of CNB Financial Services Inc., announced that the board, at its May 26 meeting, declared a regular semiannual cash dividend of $0.53 per share to common shareholders and a regular semiannual cash dividend of $0.583 per share to Class A common shareholders.

The dividend was payable to shareholders of record on June 10, and is payable on June 15.

Harry and David

Harry and David kicked off the third annual Support Our Troops with Moose Munch bars, which allows families, friends and supporters of the U.S. military to purchase Moose Munch treats and ship them to war zones.

The gourmet gift retailer, which has an outlet near Hagerstown, has once again teamed up with Soldiers' Angels, a nonprofit agency that ships care packages to U.S. soldiers in combat, to deliver chocolate to troops. Last year, more than 38,000 Moose Munch bars were shipped to soldiers in Afghanistan and other regions through the program, which this year ends on July 4.

Harry and David stores nationwide are offering customers the opportunity to purchase Moose Munch bars and gift them to soldiers with a personalized greeting. Each bar and note is packaged with a plastic spoon and boxed for pickup via Soldiers' Angels. The heat melts the signature chocolate, caramel corn and nuts confection into a gooey treat that makes it easy for soldiers to enjoy the sweet taste of home.

Greystone-Tower Bank/Washington County CARES

Greystone-Tower Bank recently donated $200 raised by its annual yard sale to Washington County CARES.

CARES is a local nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting those caring for friends and loved ones. The bank's donation will help provide informational seminars and DVDs to area caregivers.

Patriot Federal Credit Union

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — As part of Patriot Federal Credit Union's commitment to financial education for members, a free seminar on buying and financing a used car is being offered Thursday, June 16, from 7 to 8:30 p.m in the Corporate Center training room at 1330 S. 7th St., Chambersburg.

The seminar is part of the Manage Your Money Financial Education Seminar Series and will cover what factors to keep in mind when considering buying a car, and how to inspect a used car to minimize potential problems. Additionally, the financing process will be reviewed and some of the pitfalls that can cost people more money will be covered, including the risks of the "buy here, pay here" financing option.

The seminar is for members and their families, and the general public is also welcome to attend. To register for one or all of the seminars, call 888-777-9982 or register online at

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