Richard A. Grafmyre CFP, president and chief executive officer of Penns Woods Bancorp Inc., (NASDAQ:PWOD) has announced that the company’s board of directors declared a fourth quarter 2014 cash dividend of $0.47 per share.
The dividend is payable Dec. 23 to shareholders of record Dec. 9.
Women’s Resources of Monroe County (WRMC) got some much appreciated hands-on help from Team Depot volunteers from the Stroudsburg Home Depot.
Team Depot, The Home Depot’s associate-led volunteer program, has associates work together to create lasting and meaningful relationships between the Company, the associates and the community. Team Depot programs bring together volunteerism, do-it-yourself expertise, product donations and monetary grants as a way to support the communities where the associates live and work.
First National Community Bank (FNCB) has announced multiple branch locations are serving as official drop-off points for the Marine Corps Reserves Toys for Tots program.
New, unwrapped toys can be dropped off at the following FNCB branches:
Dunmore Wheeler Ave., Scranton;
Dickson City; and
The Scranton Roaring Ramblers Toastmasters will meet on the second and fourth Tuesday in December, which falls on Dec. 9 and Dec. 23 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Allied Services Complex Administrative Board Room for more information contact: Ellen Bolthouse at 570-498-1110 or Terri Marcellus at 570-350-7441.
Tobyhanna Federal Credit Union recently donated $1,415 to Susan G. Komen Northeastern Pennsylvania Race for the Cure during a formal check presentation. Funds were raised from a combination of events and fund raisers the credit union organized throughout September and October of this year.
The credit union hosted in-branch fund raisers including: the sale of T-shirts that incorporated a “Sharing in the Promise” message; a loose change collection called “Komen Coin Drop;” and a pumpkin decorating contest in which loose change was used to place a vote. The biggest fund raiser was the credit union’s annual “Chili Cook-Off for the Cure” event which was held on Oct. 10 and helped raised $672 towards the total donation.
NEPA Alliance Business Finance Corporation presented loan funds to Mann Lake Ltd in the amount of $580,000 from the Small Business Administration 504 loan program.
Mann Lake is an employee-owned company and one of the largest manufacturers of wholesale beekeeping supplies in the U.S. Mann Lake recently purchased a $1.45 million facility using an SBA 504 loan with the assistance of the NEPA Alliance Business Finance Corporation. These funds allowed Mann Lake to expand its existing business to Pennsylvania and give the company a strong presence to access the East Coast market. The expansion led to the creation of more than 32 jobs in this location and the company expects to add more in the coming years.
It’s time to deck the halls and there is no better place to get the greens and all the trimmings — including the most beautiful poinsettias in varied shades of gorgeous — than at Corky’s Garden Path at Justus corners.
“Corky’s is a family-owned, local, business. We pride ourselves on growing the highest quality plants in our greenhouse,” said owner, Trevor Kashuba. “We have the very best selection of annuals, trees, shrub and perennials. Plus, our customers will find the best selection of artificial Christmas trees. Our 5,000-square-foot shop has something for everyone!”