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Northern Lancaster Job Fair

Job seekers are invited to attend a job fair featuring local employers at the Northern Lancaster Hub. The fair is organized by the Northern Lancaster Hub, a collective impact partnership funded in part by the United Way of Lancaster County. Agenda Date and Time: Tuesday, October 23, 2018, 12pm-1pm Location: Exploratorium, 560 S. Reading Road, … Continue reading Northern Lancaster Job Fair

Community Awareness Summit

On Thursday, September 13th, the Northern Lancaster Hub hosted a Community Awareness Summit organized by Ephrata Area Social Services. Churches and nonprofit organizations who help individuals and families in the Ephrata and Cocalico areas were invited to attend. Topics included financial assistance, solution-based strategies, building relationships between churches and nonprofit organizations, and the need to … Continue reading Community Awareness Summit

Back 2 School Haircuts

The Northern Lancaster Hub and the Ephrata Public Library partnered with Creator Barber Shop, to provide FREE back to school supplies and haircuts. On Sunday, August 26th from 9am-1pm, these organizations came together and donated over $600 dollars to the community. Parents and K-12 students enjoyed the evening with music, games, face painting, and arts & … Continue reading Back 2 School Haircuts

Hub Partner Meeting – August 2018

Our Northern Lancaster Hub partners met for their monthly meeting but this time with a new friend! Joshua Buitrago has joined the Northern Lancaster Hub as the Hub Coordinator. He was born in Queens, NY to two Colombian immigrants, Arturo and Clara, who decided to move to Ephrata in 2000. Joshua and his sister, Nicole, … Continue reading Hub Partner Meeting – August 2018

Library nets $80K for capital project

The Ephrata Public Library is pleased to announce it has received an $80,000 grant from the Dart Foundation to be paid in three annual installments for the continued renovation of the Exploratorium Community Commons building, located just south of the Library on South Reading Road. The Exploratorium contains almost 10,000 square feet of measurable value to the community. It accommodates library program expansion and increases … Continue reading Library nets $80K for capital project