35th Annual FCADC Industry Appreciation Dinner


The Franklin County Area Development Corporation (FCADC) will host its 35th annual Industry Appreciation Dinner on Thursday, September 14th at Green Grove Gardens, Greencastle. Green Grove Gardens is located at 1032 Buchanan Trail East, Greencastle. The event will commence at 6:00 PM. The dinner is SOLD OUT!
The event will honor two businesses: one as the Small Business of the Year and one as the Large Business of the Year. The winners have been chosen based on their economic, civic, and cultural contributions to the economic well-being of Franklin County.
The event will also include the presentation of the 29th annual Zane A. Miller award. The award honors the namesake of Zane Miller and is presented to an individual who has made uniquely outstanding contributions to economic development in Franklin County.

Any questions regarding this press release should be directed to L. Michael Ross, President, FCADC at (717) 263-8282 or mike@fcadc.com.


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Amy Elizabeth Twine 1967-2023

Born on September 8, 1967 in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, Amy was a daughter of the late Jack Lester and Betty Louise Shaffer Miller.

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