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Member News – January 8, 2020

  • The Exchange is celebrating its tenth anniversary in 2020 by inviting the people who made the Moose Exchange lively and who made the Stairwell Gallery happen at the very beginning.

    The Moose Exchange operated from February 2010 through January 2014; tenants in the building included artists and small businesses, and the Stairwell Gallery presented work by artists of all ages and levels of experience from throughout our region. This show at the Exchange Gallery — successor to the Stairwell — pays tribute to all of the people who brought life to a giant old building.

    The reception takes place Saturday, the 11th of January, 6-8 p.m.; the show runs through the 21st of February.


  • McKonly & Asbury – a regional accounting and business advisory services firm – is pleased to announce that Kurt M. Trimarchi, current Managing Partner of McKonly & Asbury, was joined by Michael D. Hoffner in the Managing Partner role as of January 1, 2020. Mr. Hoffner has been a valued member of the McKonly & Asbury team for nearly 15 years and this recognition comes from his continued role on the firm’s Executive Committee as well as his many years of dedicated service to the success of the firm.

    This new paradigm in leadership comes off the heels of recent firm growth in 2019, both internally as well as within the firm’s affiliated companies. In January 2019, McKonly & Asbury acquired a third office in Bloomsburg, PA (formerly Brewer & Company), expanding geographic reach and adding to the team of individuals to support future growth. The additional office location also enriched the firm’s expertise in audit, tax compliance, and back-office consulting as well as allowed for additional time and resources to devote to specialty services and industry niches.


  • Join United Way of Columbia and Montour Counties at the Salvation Army in Berwick on Wednesday, January 22th at 3 p.m. for the Recovery Resources Community Event.

    This educational event offers those who are in recovery or active addiction access to free assessments, child care resources, counseling, and so much more. A judgement free space, the event will bring together the different local organizations and opportunities the area has to support families and individuals struggling with substance use disorder.


  • Hand in Hand Family Resource Center is starting off the New Year with some exciting new programs and continuing others that support and educate the caregivers and communities of individuals with health concerns and exceptionalities. Among them is a second mini-series on Individualized Education Plans starting January 18th at 10 a.m. at Danville Child Development Center’s Bloom Road location. 
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