In 2009, co-founders Donna Moyer and Bret Garretson opened the doors of their new business, Preferred HealthStaff, to serve the needs of senior citizens who wish to stay in the familiar comfort of their homes and need help to do so. Donna and Bret pride themselves in providing a wide variety of services that go “Beyond the Traditional” to those in need. In addition to serving the local community, they have an office in Martinsburg, WVA, and now offer valuable services to families in Adams, Franklin, and York counties in Pennsylvania and in Berkely, Morgan, and Jefferson counties in West Virginia.
office at 201 East Main
Street in Fairfield is open
Monday through Friday
from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
You can call them at
(717) 642-8500 or visit
their website at
for a free consultation and
to learn about the many
services they provide.
Submitted by Emily Kaas
Last month, we published an article about the oldest business in town, The Fairfield Inn. This month, Preferred HealthStaff, Inc. has the spotlight.
Flower Boxes at the Community Mailbox area are beginning to burst with color!
Many thanks to Patricia Smith for providing and planting the various specialty perennials, to volunteers from the Fairfield Mennonite Church for contributing the delightful annuals, and to new resident Carolyn Kelly for offering the use of her watering hose to keep the flowers happy and healthy over the summer!
811 or 800-242-1776
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Working on your behalf for the good of all.
Your Council and Secretary/Treasurer
Adams County, PA
Three new ordinances are being proposed for adoption at the June 27, 2017 Council meeting. You can stop in at the Borough office to read them and ask questions, or you can access them by clicking on the links below. A public hearing will be scheduled for 6:40 PM on the 27th, and all are welcome to attend and provide comment.
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