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Cumberland Valley has a diverse set of key industries due to our strategic location, skilled workforce, great highway systems and high quality of life. The county is also the fastest growing county in the state, allowing for more growth opportunities and a robust economy.
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Have you ever thought about running for local elected office? Pennsylvania’s system of local government puts many decisions about land use, economic development, local roads and our children’s education in the hands of township supervisors, borough and city council members, and school district directors. Penn State Extension is offering a workshop “Toss your Hat in the Ring” which includes: • An overview of Pennsylvania local government • Instructions on how to run: filing a petition, reporting campaign expenses and other…
An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Monday, repeating until March 4, 2019
Penn State Extension is offering Farm$en$e, a four-session, financial management professional development business course for agricultural producers, business owners, and farm managers interested in gaining a better understanding how financial statements drive business decisions. The classes will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on February 4th, 11th, 25th and March 4th. The Farm$en$e course will give business learners an opportunity to study the business and financial aspects of farming, including cash inflows and outflows, ratio analysis and record keeping.…
Are you an adult who enjoys sewing, cooking, textiles and crafts? Do you enjoy working with kids? The Cumberland County 4-H is currently looking for volunteers to help mentor our next generation. Volunteers would be working with youth ages 5-18, with the help of other adults, to organize, plan, and implement activities with youth including sewing, drawing, cooking and cake decorating, crafts, robotics and more! Please contact Whitney Smith (email@example.com), 4-H Extension Educator, for more information. Your time and expertise…