Posts Tagged ‘Frank Countess’

The Appell Center for the Performing Arts: Jazz in the City

access_time Posted on: January 6th, 2023

Enjoy great jazz every First Friday in the Studio at the Appell Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets $10 in Advance, $15 day of performance, Students Free. (Follow this link for tickets: https://tickets.appellcenter.org/overview/8916) The lineup for December includes: Dred “Perky” Scott – vocals Matthew Monticchio – piano A.J. Myers – bass Jeff Stabley – drums Attorney Tom O’Shea is a current Board member and Frank and Rebecca Countess were past Appell Center Board members.

The Nutcracker at the Appell Center for the Performing Arts

access_time Posted on: December 10th, 2022

Join Greater York Dance Company this holiday season for a beautiful ballet danced to the timeless music of Tchaikovsky “The Nutcracker”. Professional dancers will share the stage with York’s pre-professional regional youth ballet company, The Midstate Ballet. Tickets Start at $25.88. The tale of The Nutcracker, written by E.T.A. Hoffman in 1816, has fascinated artists and audiences for decades. The Nutcracker takes place in two acts and tells the story of a Christmas Eve in the 1800’s at the home of young Clara and her family, The Stahlbaum’s, during their holiday party. The mysterious magician, Drosselmyer, makes a surprise visit… read more »

The Appell Center for the Performing Arts: Jazz in the City

access_time Posted on: December 2nd, 2022

Enjoy great jazz every First Friday in the Studio at the Appell Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets $10 in Advance, $15 day of performance, Students Free. (Follow this link for tickets: https://tickets.appellcenter.org/overview/8916) The lineup for December includes: Dred “Perky” Scott – vocals Matthew Monticchio – piano A.J. Myers – bass Jeff Stabley – drums Attorney Tom O’Shea is a current Board member and Frank and Rebecca Countess were past Appell Center Board members.

York County Food Bank’s Iron Chef Competition

access_time Posted on: October 3rd, 2022

CGA is a Bronze Sponsor of this event. The York County Food Bank Iron Chef Competition is coming back again on Monday, October 3rd, at 5:30 p.m. at the Country Club of York! The point of this event is to demonstrate that the items the food bank collects and offers are more than just unwanted food. The chefs at the event will prepare an appetizer, an entree and a dessert using foods that the food bank commonly distributes. Not only is it an entertaining evening, it’s also a fantastic fundraiser for the York County Food Bank, which takes in collections… read more »

Affordable Housing Advocates: “Our Voices”

access_time Posted on: October 1st, 2022

 Attorney Mieke Driscoll is the AHA Solicitor. Attorneys Frank Countess and John Flinchbaugh have been involved for years on various committees at AHA. CGA is a sponsor of this event.

SightLines – A Free Appell Center Open House Experience

access_time Posted on: August 25th, 2022

SightLines is an all-access pass to the downtown York stages – an evening to celebrate talent while celebrating an amazing season to come. Join them for a night packed with entertainment! IN THE STRAND THEATRE: 4:30PM – GATHER for a Community Happy Hour (Sign-up required: https://form.jotform.com/222135899835064) 5:00PM – DANCE All-Levels Dance Class 5:45PM – YWCA TEMPLE GUARD 6:00PM – THE STRAND SING-OFF This community singing competition for people 25 and younger will be on the Strand Theatre stage. Cheer on the top ten singers for their chance to win $150 cash! Hosted by CoCo Shantelle. IN THE CAPITOL THEATRE: 6:00PM… read more »

William C. Goodridge Center and Underground Railroad Statue Unveiling

access_time Posted on: August 12th, 2022

At the William C. Goodridge Freedom Center; 123 E. Philadelphia Street, York, PA. Attorney Frank Countess wrote letters and encouraged friends to raise the majority of the money needed to create this statue. In total, he raised over $70,000! Although born enslaved, William C. Goodridge became free at a very young age and moved to York, Pennsylvania, where he went on to find great success as an entrepreneur. He was one of the most recognized African American citizens in York during the 1800s, and yet, he risked everything – life and fortune – to assist freedom seekers. Goodridge used his… read more »

2022 Groft Charity Classic

access_time Posted on: July 16th, 2022

July 16th and 17th — 2022 Groft Charity Classic to benefit York Opioid Collaborative at the Country Club of York. Learn about last year’s tournament here: https://yorkopioidcollaborative.org/7th-annual-mixed-doubles-charity-classic-presented-by-upmc-health-plan/ More info on this year’s Groft Charity Classic here: https://yorkopioidcollaborative.org/events/8th-annual-groft-charity-classic-tennis-tournament/ Attorneys John Flinchbaugh, Frank Countess, and Tim Bupp are sponsors of this event.

Attorney Frank Henisse Countess Named to The Power 30

access_time Posted on: June 15th, 2022

The Central Penn Business Journal’s Power 30 for Law & Lobbyists [is] compiled by the editorial staff and management, [and] honors those who shape our communities and influence our quality of life through the legal and political foundations our society depends on.Ernest Long, Managing Editor for the Central Penn Business Journal Read more on Frank’s contributions to our communities on the CPBJ’s Power 30 List profile on Frank HERE. Shareholder | AttorneyFrank Henisse Countess is a shareholder with CGA Law Firm. He concentrates his practice in the areas of real estate, business law, commercial transactions, and estate planning and administration…. read more »

Leadership Luncheon: Legal Toolbox to Assist Aging Parents

access_time Posted on: May 26th, 2022

Do you have aging parents? Join Attorneys Frank Countess and Tim Bupp for an educational and interactive program which will take you through a legal toolbox of items to consider. Thinking through these items in advance can reduce stress among family members and assist in decision-making that may need to take place on short notice. Walk away with a plan that you can implement based on your parents’ values and wishes. If you don’t create a plan, the courts will ultimately do so for you.​ Join CGA’s experts for an enjoyable and informative working-lunch during which hosts will encourage participants… read more »