Lancaster Ag Real Health Conference Canceled
According to Reuben C. Stoltzfus, co-founder and owner of Lancaster Agriculture Products, Lancaster Ag’s facility sustained damage during the recent snowstorm in January. Even after exploring many other options, they were forced to cancel the Real Health Conference. Anyone who registered and paid for the conference will receive a reimbursement check.
An excerpt from the letter Stoltzfus wrote on February 1 to Friends of Lancaster Ag describes what happened. “Last weekend, Lancaster saw one of the biggest snowstorms in decades. We had close to three feet of moist, heavy snow. At 5:30 a.m. on Sunday, I learned that one of Lancaster Ag’s main buildings, a half-acre in size, had crumbled under the extreme weight of the snow. There was no one in the building at the time, for which we are grateful. But the loss is significant: there is damaged inventory, huge cleanup needs and, of course, a rebuilding effort that will take weeks.”
Despite this setback, Lancaster Ag is fully able to meet all orders, and sincerely appreciates the business and support of the community. There is a need for manual labor in various skills sets in the coming months. Friends and community members who are interested in helping should contact the Lancaster Ag office, and ask for Mary or Charisse.
Location: 60 N. Ronks Rd., Ronks. For more information, call 717-687-9222 or visit LancasterAg.com.