Posts Tagged ‘Rebecca Countess’

York County History Center: Oyster Fest

access_time Posted on: October 16th, 2022

Join us for a York County tradition, the 48th Annual Oyster Festival, a fundraiser for the York County History Center. The inspiration for our longest running fundraiser began with the discovery of oyster shells during an archeological dig behind the Golden Plough Tavern in the 1960’s. Today, Oyster Festival not only includes amazing food, but features family focused activities, live music, children’s activities and delectable baked goods. ADMISSION IS FREE and attendees are encouraged to bring their family to this community event and explore the Agriculture and Industrial Museum. Further Information Here: Director of Marketing, Rebecca Countess, is the… read more »

York County History Center Annual Meeting

access_time Posted on: September 15th, 2022

The York County History Center will hold its 2022 Annual Meeting and Awards Thursday, Sept.  15, 2022 Each year the York County History Center invites members to elect new and renewing Directors to the Board. To ensure all members can safely participate the organization has opted to host the Annual Meeting in a hybrid format- both IN PERSON and ONLINE via ZOOM.  Doors open at 5 pm program starts at 5:30 pm. For a list of 2022 History Center Awards recipients, CLICK HERE! All members who wish to participate through ZOOM CLICK HERE! For those attending IN PERSON CLICK HERE!… read more »

Spring Brunch with the York County History Center

access_time Posted on: April 24th, 2022

The Friends of the York County History Center invite you to attend their annual Spring Brunch at the Country Club of York (price is ($40.00). Featured speakers include Joan Mummert (President/CEO of the YCHC) and Rebecca Countess (YCHC Board President). The reservation deadline is April 15th, 2022. Go HERE to purchase tickets. For questions or additional information, please contact Bonnie Rothert at or 717-843-3170. Rebecca Countess is the Director of Marketing here at CGA Law Firm. She is an active member of the York community and an avid supporter of the arts and revitalization efforts.