A giant fire pit adds to the atmosphere outside. Even though we are located just minutes from I, Rt 15 and the PA Turnpike, our natural wooded setting and mountain views will make it feel like you have gotten away from it all! Anyone ages 5 and older can use the big runs. One person per tube on the main runs. Kiddie tubing runs are available for younger riders up to 4 years old. The Kiddie Tubing area features smaller tubes built just for kids. Not to worry! Our state-of-the-art snowmaking system keeps the snow tubing area covered with plenty of snow all winter long.
The speed of the lanes can vary quite a bit depending on the weather. If you like to go faster, the best times are cold days or after the sun goes down. On warmer days, the runs can slow down quite a bit so please take a look at the lanes when you arrive to see if the speed is to your liking.
Purchase Tubing Tickets On-Line. Pratt Award for Outstanding Professional of the Year. Following his retirement from the U. For the past 25 years, he has assumed numerous leadership positions in Pennsylvania's credit union movement, including president of the York Chapter of Credit Unions from Flickinger is extremely active in many local initiatives in the York community and is tireless advocate of youth involvement in credit unions.
Ten contestants, representing chapters from across the state, took part in the finals. Contestants were judged on three things; their credit union knowledge, their personality, and a speech on a credit union topic of choice. She attended Lancaster Mennonite High School, and took some time off from the credit union to travel and do mission work for her church. The PCUA conducts the contest to attract young people to credit unions and to prepare them for leadership roles. Credit union members between the ages of 17 and 25 compete and are sponsored by the Association's chapters. The branch, located at Eastern Boulevard in Springettsbury Township, replaces the branch, located at Kent Road.
The new branch is state-of-the art. First Capital has been looking for the perfect location for its new East York branch for many years. We finally found the perfect spot at what was once the site of the old IRS building. This branch provides First Capital important visibility that our location on Kent Road did not. First Capital will host a Grand Opening celebration on May 30, from There will be a live radio broadcast by WARM , food, giveaways, and more.
She will enter the University of Nebraska — Lincoln this fall and pursue a degree in meteorology and climatology. Her goal is to help the public by delivering accurate weather information. She is involved with marching, jazz, symphonic, and pit band; is on the tennis team, student council, robotics team, and yearbook committee.
She will enter Kutztown University in the fall and pursue a degree in leisure and sport studies. Sela hopes to help people with their fitness and health goals. Sela is involved in basketball and has also participated in track and field. During the four sessions held over the course of the last several months, York County high school students worked with members of the First Capital FCU NextGen committee, an internal committee that works to provide financial products and activities for children and young adults, to explore the various products and services that appeal to them.
Fourteen juniors and seniors participated in all 4 sessions. During the sessions, they offered us insight on what they look for when it comes to scholarship applications. Because of this feedback, First Capital changed its scholarship format from written essay to video essay. Students also provided us information on things they want or expect from their financial institution.
But, this was also a learning process for them! Many students did not know the difference between credit unions and banks. First Capital discussed these things as well as what students need to know to have a successful financial future. Each session was fun and informative! We provided them dinner and after the discussion they took part in a fun activity - tubing at Avalanche Express, bowling and laser tag at Laser Alleys, and watching a York Revolution baseball game.
During the last session, parents and teachers were invited to join the students for a wrap up session and the announcement of our two scholarship winners.
The students were asked to submit video commercials to enter the scholarship contest. The event took place from 6: In addition to the magical games, visitors also had the opportunity to meet the Easter Seals' Ambassador Kids and learn more about the Easter Seals mission. The program focused on the various jobs available in the financial services industry. They learned the differences between credit unions and banks, the importance of credit scores, how the loan process works, as well as what educational background is needed for the different jobs within the financial industry.
The April 14th session concluded with the students sharing what they've learned and enjoyed most. Each student then received a certificate for completing the program and some First Capital goodies to take home. Throughout his four decade career, Tom held senior management positions with local manufacturing companies including Voith Hydro, Engel Machinery, Graham Engineering, and Precision Custom Components. Tom and his wife Joan reside in northern York County where they raised their daughter and son; they have two grandsons.
Tom enjoys outdoor activities which include golfing, kayaking, fishing and hunting. The Credit Union ran special loan promotions around the number 60, created a cookbook, etc. Another one of promotions was aimed at rewarding our new members. Congratulations Brooke. It really does pay to be a member! Hats and mittens are also starting to fill up the hat and mitten tree. In November we made the first delivery to the York County Food Bank and it totaled pounds of assorted food.
On Thursday, December 18, , Mom Carrie and two of her children stopped by First Capital to express their appreciation and to accept the presents for their family. Photo left to right: First Capital's Board of Directors and Management team were on hand for the photograph. The new East York branch is scheduled to open in spring It will replace the current East York branch located at Kent Road.
Hundreds of people came out for the event and a chance to win door prizes, sample food from various vendors, take in a seminar and get a little exercise with Zumba breaks. The event wrapped up with a post party concert with country artist Jackie Lee. Becca will compete in the 39th Youth Ambassador of Pennsylvania Contest in May against youth ambassadors from chapters around the state. She is active in her church, loves to sing and spend time with her family. The York Chapter of Credit Unions is an organization of not-for-profit financial institutions whose guiding philosophy has always been "People Helping People.
This was the second year for the festival which featured an open house and tour of Leg Up Farm, a non-profit therapy center in York County for children with disabilities and developmental delays. The event which ran from 9 a.
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Hundreds of people came out for the event to support the center. In addition to the vendors, an identity theft seminar was held at Noon and First Capital provided free credit checks to members. The blood mobile was also on site and collected 22 pints of blood. And members didn't walk away hungry, food trucks served up Mexican food; fries, crab cakes and fried cheese curds; and ice cream; from The food trucks then donated a portion of their proceeds to the York County Food Bank.
Steam into History operates a s steam train in which you can ride the rails and learn the Civil War history in York County. Our team arrived at Steam Into History in the morning and learned from Wellspan's EAP representative, Holly Moreels, about personality traits and how everyone can get along in the workplace. After that, we spent two hours helping out around the train station. Staff cleaned the store and organized merchandise, removed carpeting, moved shelves, polished the brass on the steam engine, created pieces for the upcoming Scream Into History train ride, among other things.
After lunch, we had a fashion show to go over the revised dress code policy and then hopped on the train for ride back in time. The day wrapped up with a sweet treat for staff along the rails. SOAR is affiliated with the York-Adams Chapter of the American Red Cross and was started in as a support group for family members and loved ones of military personnel to provide a place for people to come together and support one another.
The group also supports the troops by sending care packages to those from York and Adams County who are serving overseas. In all, First Capital collected everything from toothbrushes, toothpaste and other toiletries to peanut butter and oatmeal. And, managers at First Capital did their part to help out the Girl Scouts. Camp Echo Trail was founded in , and the acre camp offers open spaces for field activities and in the summer can house up to people. The York Hospital Auxiliary gives many small grants within WellSpan to assist with programs and equipment. He competed against 13 other youth ambassadors from chapters around the state on May 19th.
In his free time, Devan enjoys working on cars, restoring his Jeep, and playing guitar. Jonas attends Central York High School. His goal is to make a difference and influence all sections of the world. Jonas served as the Master of Ceremonies for a diversity celebration at Central York.
He is involved with student government, is a peer leader and tutor. And, he acts as youth leader and helps feed the homeless. Megan is a student at Dallastown Area High School. Megan plans to one day become a veterinarian. Megan is involved in track and field, symphonic band, and jazz band. She also works with YoungLife and spent time shadowing a local veterinarian. First Capital utilized an umbrella with foam raindrops attached to it which had our current auto, home equity, etc. There were also pots of flowers with One Million Dollar bills growing out of them.
The bills contained wildflower seeds which folks could plant in their gardens at home. First Capital gave away umbrellas during Networking Night on the And, the one million dollar bills containing seeds were given out during the event on April This year's Expo featured domestic and international businesses, an International Trade Conference as well as student groups who visited various booths to learn more about job opportunities available to them.
Coming off of the heels of an attempted identity theft at one of our branches we helped police nab the fraudster , these events are just one more way First Capital is going the extra mile to make sure you are protected. Dozens of people came out for the events to take advantage of the opportunity to sit down with a Member Service Officer who reviewed their credit report with them, explained what was on it and made sure everything was reporting correctly.
This is the first time First Capital has scheduled an evening event for credit checks, but we do offer this service every day free of charge. In all, the event raised awareness and helped some save money. Teams of superheroes from local businesses competed in a variety of games from 6: In addition, they also had the opportunity to meet the Easter Seals' Ambassador Kids and learn more about the Easter Seals mission.
Dave also donated a portion of last night's comic book sales to Easter Seals.
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In all, about 60 people came out to play in the snow. First Capital employees, who serve on the Youth committee, organized and worked the event. Activities included a bean bag toss, sand art, and a magnet coloring station. Folks also enjoyed cookies, cocoa, coffee and water and a place to relax between tubing runs. Roxy Rockstar and Scuba Sammy, the mascots for our youth program, were on hand to take part in the fun and games. The money was raised during our 4th Quarter credit card campaign. He claimed to live in Ohio, but work locally. During the interview process, he could not tell us the name of the friend who referred him to us.
He also could not answer why he had certain items on his credit report. Lastly, the pay stub he produced had inconsistencies. All of this raised red flags for the Member Service Officer who was working with the man. We then set up a sting operation with the police over a two-day period. The man came into the Credit Union on Tuesday to sign his paperwork…and police were waiting.
Once signed, the police placed him into custody. At this time, Springettsbury Township police have charged the man with criminal identity theft, forgery, among other charges. Students then choose a vehicle, a home to rent, a cell phone plan, and furniture to purchase, among others. The students arrived at 9: Dozens of toys have shown up at each First Capital branch daily to be donated to Toys for Tots, a program created by the U. The cold weather gear will later be donated to Family-Child Resources and the Children's Home of York to help children in need.
In addition, canned goods are being collected for the York County Food Bank. The baskets were made up of items donated by our staff, Select Employee Groups, and others affiliated with the Credit Union. Employees purchased tickets or brought in donations to receive tickets to enter to win a basket.
The center offers emergency respite care for children birth through six years of age in a hour crisis nursery, art and child-centered therapy, family advocate services, and parent support groups. This is all part of First Capital's commitment to the community.
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In addition, there were two Honorable Mentions. The recipients are as follows:. Members also had the opportunity to enter a drawing for door prizes. And members didn't walk away hungry, a chili cookoff was held from 11 a. In addition to the chili there was popcorn and cookies. Free document shredding and a blood drive were also part of the special day. He told how the Farm began and his mission to help children.
After his talk, we toured the facility and learned more about how they educate and work with the children. After the tour, it was down to work. Others helped wipe down horse stalls and the wood in the arena, cleaned windows and picked up horse poop in the pastures. After lunch, the staff was back to work. We pulled weeds, stained chairs, swept the parking lot, anything that was needed to help beautify the area. She spoke with Dr. Sue also discussed First Capital's private student loan program, CU Student Choice, and how it is an option when there is a funding GAP remaining after federal aid and scholarships have been awarded.
The evening was filled with music, games, and a slide show presentation of all the winners. Hundreds of people representing other companies named 'Best of York' also attended the event. In all, nearly 50 people attended the game. First Capital employees, who serve on the Gen Y committee, organized and worked the event. Activities included face painting, sand art, and a prize wheel…and they also enjoyed a two hour all-you-can-eat buffet which included pizza, hot dogs, applesauce, chips and animal crackers.
Scuba Sammy and Roxy Rockstar were there to meet and entertain the children, as well! In between having fun with the activities, enjoying a warm slice of pizza, and meeting Sammy and Roxy, the youth also had the opportunity to sing happy birthday to our mascots and bite into a delicious piece of cake! Unfortunately the game was delayed due to rain, but the families had fun with the activities and enjoyed the food.
And, they even received a voucher to attend another game this season. SAFE Nurses are specially trained professionals who understand the delicate nature of abuse against children. They perform the exams; make recommendations or referrals for further treatment and caregiver support groups. More than individuals participated in over 75 projects at local agencies. And, managers at First Capital did their part to help out by painting at the Crispus Attucks home in York. They painted the 3rd story windows while we handled the 1st and 2nd floor ones, said Tara Houser, VP of Marketing.
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The Crispus Attucks Association of York is a non-profit that provides education services, human services, community development, and affordable housing to enhance the quality of life for a diverse population. Founded in , Crispus Attucks takes its name from hero, Crispus Attucks, a freed slave and African American who was among the first to die in the American Revolution at the Boston Massacre. Fourteen young, enthusiastic credit union employees and members ranging in age from 18 to 25 from around the state competed for the title of " Youth Ambassador. Although Olivia did not win, her performance during the contest made First Capital very proud.
Second Alternate was Nick Jones of the N. Star Rewards is First Capital's new program to encourage member engagement. Members are placed in a one-star, two-star or three-star tier. Their tier level is determined by length of time as a member as well as the products and services they use. The higher the star level, the greater the rewards! The Expo also featured domestic and international businesses, an International Trade Conference as well as student groups who visited various booths to learn more about job opportunities available to them.
She will enter Point Park University this Fall and pursue a degree in photojournalism. Her dream job is to one day work for National Geographic. Sarah is a member of the National Honor Society, is editor of her school newspaper, works on the school's literary magazine and participates in chorus, and the high school musical. She will enter Indiana University of Pennsylvania this Fall and pursue a degree in pharmacy. Jakyra is involved in Theater Club, is on the yearbook committee, part of the school spirit club and Student Council.
She is very active in her community and helps out at the Martin Library and Crispus Attucks. Jakyra stopped by First Capital to accept her check from Dennis Flickinger. Nearly 40 teams from York area businesses took a "Journey" to the Valencia Ballroom to compete in the event. Dressed as their favorite rock bands, this "Motley Crue" competed from 6: Food and drinks were provided before the games began then pizza was brought in at the end of the evening.
The evening wrapped up with the announcement of game winners, top fundraisers, and raffle winners. Participants also had the opportunity to meet some Easter Seals' kids, and learn more about the Easter Seals mission. The Couponing seminar featured Lisa Barshinger, Business Development Representative and avid couponer as she showed guests how to save money and become savvier shoppers without too much work. In all, we had nearly 40 people in attendance for the seminar. You can find a complete listing of our upcoming seminars and information on how to register on our website at www.
On Wednesday, December 19, , Eric and his daughter Paige, stopped by First Capital to express their appreciation and to accept the presents for their family. The silent auction was made up of items donated by our Select Employee Groups and others affiliated with the C. The money will be used to help cancer patients in York County pay their utilities and fuel bills this winter, as well as purchase food. The campaign started with a desire to help two employees battling cancer and expanded beyond that. That money has gone to towards cancer research and helping those locally who are battling the disease.
Dozens of toys are showing up at each First Capital branch daily to be donated to Toys for Tots, a program created by the U. Additionally, canisters provided by the American Red Cross were put out at each branch to raise even more money. The canisters were returned to the Red Cross on Friday, December 14th. The money raised will be used for meals and snacks and relief items such as clean-up kits and hygiene kits. Each volunteer worked with 3 to 4 students. Z - A Certified Savings: High To Low Sort.
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