The Estate Planning Council of Central Pennsylvania, Inc.

WE NOW ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS!

Membership Renewals for 2015-16 are now due.  Renew/Join HERE or under Membership Renewal!

Reconnect with your peers at the Estate Planning Council’s Luncheon on

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

 

Join us for a Panel Discussion on

“Family Business: Dysfunction and Solultions.”

 

With special guest panelists

Scott A. Heintzelman, Martins Famous Pastry Shoppe

&

John Dame, Dame Management Strategies

Bring a guest and be entered to win our gift card drawing, plus guests attend at the member rate!  GUESTS will be entered in a drawing for a FREE EPC MEMBERSHIP for 2015-16!

Tuesday, April 28, 2015, 11:30 AM

West Shore Country Club, 100 Brentwater Rd., Camp Hill, PA

Panel Discussion on

“Family Business Governance:  legal and psychological aspects.”

 

  • Does Fair Mean Equal?
  • Transitioning a family business from founder to the next generation. 
  • Different skill sets needed to run a Large Family Business and the Importance of Family Business Governance.
  • Importance of family compensation plan - especially when some shareholders & family members are not actively involved in business.

 

Tuesday, April 28, 2015 @ 11:30 am

West Shore Country Club

100 Brentwater Rd., Camp Hill, PA

$45.00 EPC Members

& First-Time Guests

$65.00 Non-members

 

Questions? Call Melissa Simpson, Council Administrator at

717-317-9117 or

email Mis.simpson@icloud.com

 

 

Special Thanks to Our Meeting Sponsors

Joe Arthur

Central Pennsylvania Food Bank

Executive Director

717.564.1700

jarthur@centralpafoodbank.org

The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank’s mission is “Fighting hunger, improving lives, strengthening communities”.  Our organization began on the first World Food Day in 1981 and became a permanent operation on October 16, 1982.  The Food Bank is a 501(c)3 non -profit organization registered as tax-exempt with the IRS and is a top financial performer within the Feeding America national network of more than 200 food banks.  More than 75% of our funding comes from private donations and our Food Bank has a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator.

The Food Bank is a complex operation, comprised of 56 dedicated staff members, an engaged volunteer Board of Directors, over 3,000 volunteers annually, warehouses in Harrisburg and Williamsport, and a fleet of 14 trucks. We provide efficient service to our emergency food network of over 700 pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, senior centers, and children’s programs in 27 counties. In 2012, the Food Bank distributed nearly 22 million pounds of food, the equivalent of more than 18 million meals, with an approximate wholesale value of $35 million.

 

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Call Jonathan Williams

Private Client Advisor 717-255-2145

 

 

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MEMBERSHIP:  Our Council consists of 140 members from various disciplines including accountants, attorneys, insurance and financial advisors, trust officers and other related professionals.  Our members meet four times per year for networking and an educational seminar on current estate planning topics. All meetings are held at the West Shore Country Club, Camp Hill, PA.  To join our Council, please complete our membership form or contact Melissa Simpson, Council Administrator, for more information at 717-317-9117 or mag.goulet@me.com