Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era
Patient First site to open March 6 Barnstormers job fair Feb. 20 Prudential opens 27th office Manor farmers win corn awards
Patient First will open its first Lancaster County location at 1625 Oregon Pike on Wednesday, March 6.
The $3 million urgent-care facility, built on the former Oregon Manor site, will operate daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. It will employ about 30 people.
For Richmond-based Patient First, the 8,000-square-foot facility will be its seventh in Pennsylvania and 44th overall.
The Lancaster Barnstormers will hold a job fair on Wednesday, Feb. 20 to meet people interested in filling 150 part-time game-day positions.
The event will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Wheatland Suite of Clipper Magazine Stadium by the team and concessionaire Legends Hospitality Management.
Sought are outgoing and enthusiastic people to work as ticket takers/sellers, parking attendants, ushers, bat boys/girls, Fun Patrol members, grounds crew, suite attendants, cashiers, servers, cooks, concession stand supervisors and managers, and other jobs.
Job seekers must be at least 16 years old. If under 18, job seekers must have the appropriate working papers. Candidates must be available to work nights and weekends.
The Barnstormers' ninth season starts April 18.
Prudential Homesale Services Group last week opened its 27th office, in the Harbor East/Fells Point section of Baltimore.
Prudential Homesale acquired five other offices in Maryland, including one in the Federal Hill section of Baltimore, a year ago.
The latest office opened with 16 agents and eventually will grow to 40.
Formed in January 1997 by the merger of Concept 100 Real Estate and Coldwell Banker Slaugh & Co., Prudential Homesale started with eight offices but has grown into the biggest homeseller in southcentral Pennsylvania and 30th in the nation.
A Manor Township farming family won three awards in the 2012 National Corn Growers' Association state corn-yield competition.
Eric Charles won first place in the no-till/strip-till irrigated division with 262 bushels per acre. His brother Darren won second in the "A" no-till/strip-till non-irrigated division with 269 bushels per acre. Their father, Clifford, won second in the "A" non-irrigated division with 285 bushels per acre.
The three Charleses, who all planted a Pioneer-brand hybrid, are from Charles Farm, 2927 Charlestown Road.