Business briefs for April 18

April 16, 2013 

Chambers plans May 7 senior expo

The Greater York and Greater Clover chambers of commerce will host the annual Western York County Senior Expo from 9 a.m. to noon Tuesday, May 7 at Filbert Presbyterian Church, 2066 Filbert Hwy, (U.S. 321) York.

Admission is free. The event, open to all seniors, caregivers and health care professionals, will include food and beverages, door prizes, entertainment, free health services and information and health screenings.

Space is limited to 50 exhibitors. Vendors can register online at www.greateryorkchamber.com or www.cloverchamber.org. For details, call the York chamber at 803-684-2590 or the Clover chamber at 803-222-3312.

York chamber donates to PATH

The Greater York Chamber of Commerce has given a donation of $510 to PATH, or People Attempting to Help, which provides food and financial assistance to people in the York school district.

For more than 10 years, the chamber has donated proceeds from the annual York Christmas Parade to PATH. For more information on how to help PATH, contact Sheryl Curtain, executive director, at 803-684-3992.

Bi-Lo pet food drive underway

Through April 30, Bi-Lo is holding its fourth annual PAWS “Feed the Love” campaign pet food drive, in which food donations go to local-area food banks for families in need.

Clover Area Assistance Center is the food bank partner paired with BI-LO Store No. 718 in Lake Wylie.

Shoppers may purchase a $5 bag of pet food with the Bonuscard, and the food will be picked up by or delivered to the store’s food bank partner. The bag contains a week’s worth of dry and canned packages of PAWS Premium, Bi-Lo’s brand of cat and dog food.

For more information, visit bi-lo.com.

York Electric’s annual meeting May 11

York Electric Cooperative Inc. will hold its 72nd annual meeting May 11 at 1385 E. Alexander Love Hwy.

Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. with entertainment by Carolina Rhythm from 9 to 11:45 a.m. The business meeting and prize drawing will be held at noon.

Free document shredding available

Family Trust Federal Credit Union and Cintas Document Management will provide free document shredding for the public from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 27 as part of Earth Day Birthday at the Museum of York County on Mount Gallant Road.

Shredding will be provided for personal and business documents in trucks at Mount Gallant Elementary School. Staples, rubber bands, folders, paper clips, etc., do not need to be removed before shredding. Destroyed documents will go to a paper recycling plant.

Sylvia Theater plans spring shows

The Sylvia Theater, 27 N. Congress St., York, plans concerts and special events this spring.

Shows include Fam Fest, an independent film festival, on April 20.

Crooner and jazz artist Mitch Franco will perform on April 26, with openers Carson Hill, Anna Cibbarelli and Billy Patterson. A silent auction will be held to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Tickets are $10 each.

May shows will include the Larry Mitchell Band on May 11 and C.C. Martin on May 18. Check the website www.sylviatheater.com for complete information, including ticket sales and coming events.

Family Trust plans charity golf tourney

Sponsorships are available for the Family Trust Federal Credit Union’s fourth annual Charity Golf Tournament for the Children’s Attention Home, the Palmetto School at the Children’s Attention Home Charter School, and the Boys & Girls Clubs of York County.

The tournament will begin with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. May 21 at the Tega Cay Golf Club on Molokai Drive.

Sponsor levels range from $1,000 to $5,000 and include registration for four. Hole sponsorships start at $100. The deadline is May 3.

Entry fee is $400 per team and includes carts, green fees, beverages and lunch.

Register online at www.familytrust.org or contact Doug Cole at 803-367-4123 or dcole@familytrust.org.

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