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June 5, 2013 (Wednesday) 7:30 - 9:00 am – Board Meeting at Verizon Wireless at Towns Edge Shopping Center.
June 13, 2013 (Thursday)
General Membership Meeting at Quarryville Library 7:30 - 9:00 am
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Chamber Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month, except March, at 7:30 a.m. at the Quarryville Library. The annual banquet is held in March.Chamber Meeting Minutes
May 6, 2013
April 30, 2013
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Shredding Event in Willow Street June 7
The Southern Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce will host a community shredding event on Friday, June 7 from 2 to 6 p.m. at GR Mitchell's Inc., on Beaver Valley Pike in Willow Street.
Local businesses, organizations and residents are invited to bring their sensitive and confidential paper-based materials for shredding. The shredding will be conducted by Nexcut. A closed-circuit camera in the shredding equipment will enable people to watch as their materials are thoroughly shredded. All shredded material will be recycled.
Donations are encouraged and will be used to help fund the college scholarships provided each year by the Southern Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce to graduating seniors in the Solanco and Lampeter-Strasburg school districts.
The shredding event is for sensitive and confidential materials only. Newspapers and magazines will not be accepted.
About our Chamber of Commerce
The Southern Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce strives to advance the civic, commercial and industrial interests of the Southern Lancaster County area. The Chamber encourages businesses to actively support the community and as a unified body the Chamber seeks to find ways to pool resources for such activities, including a sponsorship of two, $500 scholarships for Solanco and Lampeter Strasburg High School Seniors.
Why you should visit our web site often.
Included in this web site, are several resources for our Southern Lancaster County community. Our Community Calendar shows what's happening locally, and the public is encouraged to send in calendar events that benefit our local communities. We also have a web page that provides Special Offers and Coupons offered by our members and yet another that lists any Job Openings that our Chamber members have posted.
We're now over 200 strong!
Our Southern Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce Members proudly display the Chamber Logo on their web sites or on their premises. Look for the Chamber Logo featuring eight gold stars encircling Southern Lancaster County, which highlight the demographic area where the majority of our member businesses and organizations reside. Any current member of the Southern Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce may display a Membership Certificate by downloading the attached Certificate pdf.
New Members since 6/1/2012
Click on the MEMBERS tab to get more info about these new members as well as all of our other member businesses and organizations.
A Cut Above Landscaping
Advertiser (an EPC Engle Printing & Publishing Co., Inc. Publication)
Andrea's Academy of Dance
Berries & Butter Cakes and Bakery Delights, LLC
Brereton Manor Personal Care Home
Dave Alexander Builder, Inc.
Dayspring Christian Academy
DC Eager Emergency Services, LLC
Dolce Vita Pizzeria & Grill
Fashion Cents Boutique
Guarantee Services, LLC
Haneman and Haneman
JF Mechanical, LLC
Lancaster Business Network
Lancaster County Financial Group, LLC
Laserworks / Division of James Groff & Son, Inc.
Lewis Auto Truck Repair, Inc.
Mt. Airy Lumber Co.
Pour Girls Restaurant & Bar
Right at Home Lancaster and Chester Counties
SLC Community Choirs
Solanco Neighborhood Ministries
Southern End Self Storage
Tansy Meadows Garden Shop
Thirty-One Gifts / Traci Hammel
Willow Street Tire & Auto
Why is membership in the Chamber important for your business or organization?
Since 1955, the Southern Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce has been organized for the purpose of advancing the financial, industrial and civic interests of the southern part of Lancaster County. Our Chamber provides the "extra touch" with the community, not provided by any other business unit or organization. Year after year we continue with the help of our members to grow stronger and more vital, expanding not only our reach, but also our services.
Our chamber is operated solely by member volunteers, and the investment of their time and input is what makes the Chamber a great organization. We would be honored to have your business or organization join us in our endeavors and we invite you to do so. Together we strive to provide our communities and our members with great support, products and service. You are welcome to come and visit our next meeting, or a mixer event. Chamber meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month (except March) at 7:30 AM at the Quarryville Library, 357 Buck Road, Quarryville, You are encouraged to visit our website for updates about our Chamber and its members.
About our area
With our proximity to the metropolitan areas of Lancaster, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Harrisburg, Southern Lancaster County residents and businesses enjoy the best of both worlds; the economic prosperity of city access and the small town charm with an agricultural heritage.
Southern Lancaster County encompasses four school districts, several small towns and rural townships. The local housing market offers an abundance of choices ranging from new neighborhood developments to historic properties. Even if you are not a resident or looking for a place to call home, we invite spend some time in our area, and trust that you will have a wonderful experience that will inspire you to visit often. And, if you would like, you can send us an email to tell us about your experiences in our neck of Lancaster County.
If you are interested in our local history, click on this link to our newest web site area, "Local History", which will feature stories and photographs.
We've just begun compiling this information and anyone who would like to contribute historical information and photos are encouraged to contact our webmaster. The roots of many businesses and organizations run deep, and we'd be glad to include your stories here.