Franklin County Visitors Bureau Supports The 11/30 Network As It Gives Back To First Responders This Holiday Season

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The Franklin County Visitors Bureau invites the public to join the 11/30 Network, a group of Franklin County young professionals--as it thanks Franklin County’s local police departments, fire departments and emergency responders for their hard work and dedication to the Franklin County community.

Franklin County First Responders Appreciation Day is December 18.

! Join the 11/30 Network, Franklin County’s young professionals, in sharing the spirit of giving.

Give back this holiday season! Join the 11/30 Network, Franklin County’s young professionals, in sharing the spirit of giving. The 11/30 Network plans to honor and thank first responders on Franklin County First Responders Appreciation Day, December 18, with special care packages of baked goods, treats, and hoagies. Local elementary school students are joining the county-wide project by making thank you cards for each care package.

Get involved! Everyone can participate. The 11/30 Network is seeking volunteers and donations to make Appreciation Day a success.

With 70 locations slated to receive care packages, 11/30 Network needs volunteers to distribute the care packages. Volunteers will be divided into groups for delivery during the afternoon of Friday, December 18, with each group assigned to locations within a small geographic area of the county. To volunteer as an individual or group, contact Amy Fisher at 717-264-7101, Ext. 204. If signing up as a group, identify a Team Captain to act as main point of contact. Volunteers may request a specific community to deliver packages, and 11/30 Network will do its best to oblige.

Lots of goodies are needed to fill the care packages. Any business, organization, or community group interested in donating food platters (i.e. donuts, bagels, cookies, subs, etc.), gift cards or monetary funds to purchase care package items, complete the donation form here and return it no later than December 15.

11/30 represents the intersection of Routes 11 and 30 in the center of Franklin County. Just as this historic crossroads connected people from throughout the region, the 11/30 Network is connecting young professionals to generate and maintain vibrant communities in Franklin County. The 11/30 Network is dedicated to connecting young professionals in Franklin County through social, civic and professional opportunities. Whether a lifelong resident or newly relocated, the 11/30 Network offers a way to connect with fellow young professionals and an opportunity to support the community through networking, professional development and volunteerism. Visit for more details.

The Franklin County Visitors Bureau invites all to explore Franklin County PA. Catch the energy of Franklin County and enjoy the trails of history, arts and architecture, recreation, natural beauty, fresh foods and the warm hospitality of communities like Chambersburg, Greencastle, Mercersburg, Shippensburg, and Waynesboro. Franklin County PA is located just north of the Mason Dixon Line and is an easy drive to Washington DC, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh. Discover more....plan a visit soon at or by contacting 866.646.8060.

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