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Home Show season continued into March with the Builder's Home and Garden Show, sponsored by the Hanover Exchange Club. The show began on March 9 and continued through March 12. It took place on Moulstown Road in Hanover, at the former Pillowtex Building. Like the Adams County Show, it was well attended by people interested in home improvement projects.



For the first time in a number of years, the Bank participated in the Gettysburg Hospital Women’s Health and Wellness conference. This event features keynote speakers and seminars regarding topics that are of interest to women. Local businesses and organizations set up booths at the event to promote their products to women. The Bank promoted its home equity special offer, as well as trust services. Staff at the booth enjoyed greeting and interacting with the women at the show.



For the sixth year in a row, the Bank fielded teams for Bowl For Kids’ Sake, a fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters of York and Adams County. Two events were held---one at South Hanover Lanes on March 26 and one at Gilly’s Bowl in Biglerville on April 3. The Bank fielded twenty teams---eleven at Gilly’s Bowl and nine at South Hanover Lanes! A total of $5,906 was raised. The Information Systems team did a great job raising money. They collected $650, surpassing every other Bank team! A round of applause to the Information Systems team members for a job well done. Accolades also go to Jeff Pottorff of Risk Management, who coordinates the Bank’s participation year after year. Thanks to all other employees who also bowled and raised money.





The Bank’s second Children’s Banking Day took place on Saturday, April 2, 2011. Many springtime and Easter-related activities were planned for children, including egg hunts, decorating flower pots, planting flowers and a visit from the Easter Bunny! In addition, a couple offices had law enforcement agencies on-site to provide parents with identification kits for their children. Children enjoyed receiving treats to take home as well as entering drawings for the chance to win prizes. Children’s Banking Day was begun to help children develop an interest in saving money. The earlier that children start saving their money, the more likely they are to continue saving money throughout their life.


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