NEWS RELEASE- 2017
The Waynesboro Police Department is hosting our 8th annual National Night Out on Tuesday, August 1, 2017 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at Memorial Park in Waynesboro.
We are inviting the community to “lock their doors, turn on outside lights and spend the evening outside with neighbors, police and emergency services personnel”.
National Night Out is designed… read more
PURDUE UNIVERSITY AGREES TO PURCHASE KAPLAN UNIVERSITY
In late April, Purdue University, one of the nation’s most respected public universities, announced plans to acquire Kaplan University which has campuses in Hagerstown and Rockville. Purdue will create a new global university that will provide outstanding career-oriented higher education to adult learners. The new public institution which is yet… read more
NEWCOMERS Truck & Auto Parts (Posted 3-21-17)
We are in need to fill a full-time sales position for our Ebay Sales department. You must have automotive parts knowledge and be computer savvy. If you are self-motivated, consider yourself as a
"self starter" and are willing to go the extra mile to provide high quality customer service, you may want to consider… read more
Chamber Members: Waynesboro Theatre and Alexander Hamilton Memorial Library have teamed up to offer a free movie with a book!
Designed to promote reading and introduce the community to the library and the theatre, the free movie and book package will be offered in March, May and June.
March 4th, 11am "The Hobbit"
May 13th,… read more
WAYNESBORO, Pa. (Feb. 21, 2017) – The 34th annual Waynesboro Hospital Health Fair, “Building a Healthier Community,” will be held from 7:30 to 11 a.m. Saturday, March 11, at Waynesboro Area Senior High School, 550 E. Second St.
Free and open to the public, the health fair is presented by… read more
New business workshop on tap for Dec. 13
WAYNESBORO – Mainstreet Waynesboro is inviting participants of the first Holiday Pop-Up Shops and others interested in starting a business in Waynesboro to attend a free, new business workshop on Tuesday, Dec. 13 at… read more
Shop Small on November 26th
Visit one of the Chamber's Shop Small Businesses and enter to win
-No Purchase Necessary
-One Entry Per Person, Per Store
-Drawing will be held on Friday, December 2nd
Eichholz Flowers: Small Candle in Glass Holder
Elite Martial Arts
Elite Window Fashions: Three… read more
44 E. Main: Phantom Entertainment (bounce houses, photo booth, kids activities)
26 E. Main St.: Holiday Marketplace featuring Twisted Gypsy, Rising Phoenix, craft kits and toys, holiday gift wrappers, Jusuru International, Tupperware, Younique the third week, Forest Friends, Thirty-One
30 E. Main St.: Battered… read more
Small Business Saturday Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016
Support the local economy and shop small this holiday season!
Chamber Members Business Deals for Small Business Saturday
Eichholz Flowers – 133 E. Main Street
30% OFF All Gifts Items in Store!
(carry out only - fresh cut flowers or other sale items not included)
Elite Martial Arts… read more
Full-time and PreK-12 teachers in public, private and/or charter schools in CenturyLink local service areas in the U.S. are eligible to apply for a grant of up to $5,000 to innovatively implement technology in their classrooms to increase student achievement.
To apply, teachers should visit www.centurylink.com/teachersandtechnology. The deadline for applications is midnight (Eastern), Jan. 12, 2017.
The… read more
2016 FALL WALKING PARTIES SCHEDULE
**A detailed walking map/route will be provided at each walk**
The walks are FREE and open to everyone. Wear good walking shoes and bring a bottle of water! Walks are held rain or shine (except for thunderstorms and severe weather).
Please check the Community Walking… read more
The Franklin County Commissioners are pleased to announce the 2016 round of the Franklin County Tourism and Quality of Life Enhancement Grant.
To recieve the application and guidelines, contact the county's planning department at 717-261-3855 or email@example.com.
STATEMENT OF PURPOSE:
Franklin County has established a grant program to support the county’s tourism efforts and develop… read more
No Taxation without Relaxation:
Kona Ice in Washington County to Host Third Annual
National “Chill Out” Day
Island-Themed Trucks to Give Away FREE Shaved Ice at Local Businesses in Washington County to Help Community “Chill Out” on Tax Day, Monday, April 18th
WHAT: With Tax Day right around the corner, many of us are reaching into our pockets to… read more
The 11th Annual Cumberland Valley Pottery Festival will launch a weeklong series of pottery events beginning at Renfrew Institute's Earth Day Celebration and Festival of Art on April 30 and continuing throughout the week. The scheduled pottery events will take place at either the Ceramic Arts Center, 13 South Church Street in Waynesboro, Pa. or at the Penn State Mont… read more
Hagerstown, MD, March 20, 2016– L.T. Rush Stone & Fireplace Receives 1st Place Exhibit Associate Award at the Washington County Home show this past weekend. There were over 135 vendors who participated in the event this year.
Owner, Larry Rush states “Our experienced friendly staff, commitment to excellent service, and top of the line products set us apart.” Sales Manager… read more
Holiday Sign up has begun
Waynesboro Community and Human Services announces that sign up has begun to assist families this Holiday season. The Community Thanksgiving Dinner will be held on Thanksgiving Day at Christ United Methodist Church from 11 AM until 1:00 PM. The dinner is open to anyone who will be alone on Thanksgiving or who does not have… read more
Mainstreet Waynesboro Planning Banner Contest to Redecorate Downtown District
The five galleries featured as part of Waynesboro’s “Destination ARTS!” initiative already provide an outlet for artists to display their work on a weekly basis, and soon, more of that talent can be seen by anyone just passing through the downtown district.
Volunteers from Mainstreet Waynesboro’s design committee are inviting members… read more
Mainstreet Waynesboro, Inc.
13 West Main Street, Waynesboro, PA 17268
Phone: 717-762-0397 Fax 717-762-4786
“Celebrity Bartender” Contest Scheduled Before Monday Night Football
Last year, two community leaders teamed up to raise more than $1,000 for the Mainstreet Waynesboro organization over the course of a few hours. Now, they’re inviting friends, family members and other area residents to help them reach… read more
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Franklin County Visitors Bureau
Janet Pollard or Lauren Cappuccio, 717-552-2977
Out of the Ore: Birds & Blooms
A ribbon cutting for the Out of the Ore: Birds & Blooms Walking Trail was held on Thursday, August 27. The event begins at the Trellis Terrace, adjacent to the Penn National Golf Course Clubhouse in Fayetteville and will… read more
The Chamber has become a drop off to help the United Way of Franklin County to
Drop the following items off at the chamber before August 14th
“New York, New York.”
The tune made famous by Frank Sinatra is running through the minds of nine students at Waynesboro Area Senior High School.
That’s because the girls, all members of the… read more
The Greater Waynesboro Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Itchin’ 2 Stitch. At center are owners Janet Pfeiffer and Pat Weaver surrounded by their family members, chamber representatives and local dignitaries.
Waynesboro, Pa. – The Greater Waynesboro Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to… read more
Greater Waynesboro Chamber of Commerce Administrative Assistant Jessica Watson gives a ‘Shop Small’ welcome mat to Barbara Chandler, president of James Shoes, in preparation of Small Business Saturday.
The Greater Waynesboro Chamber of Commerce recently urged community members to shop and dine small on Small Business Saturday, Nov. 29.
“Small Business… read more