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Upcoming Events
March 25, 2015 – Taste of the Chamber, West Shore Chamber of Commerce

Don't miss this fourth annual celebration of the best fare offered by our culinary members! A portion of the event proceeds will benefit Chamber non-profit members Mission Central and Safe Harbour. This event is open to the public, so bring your family, friends and co-workers!

Participating restaurants, as of February 17, 2015...
Army Heritage Center Foundation-LeTort View Community Center
Arooga's Grille House & Sports Bar
Bankok Wok Inc.
Black n' Bleu
Brittle Bark Company
Buffalo Wild Wings
Carrabba's Italian Grill
Coffee Time, LLC
Edible Arrangements
Filson Water, LLC
Isaac's Famous Grilled Sandwiches
Kessler's, Inc
Messiah College Dining Services
Park Inn by Radisson Harrisburg West
Philly Pretzel Factory
Pure Water Technology of Central PA
Radisson Hotel Harrisburg
Sam's Club
Sir D's Catering
Tanya's Cookie Boutique
The Coliseum MegaPlex/What if West
Visaggio's Inc.

*Ticket sales close March 13.
* Must have Ticket and ID for entry.
*The cancellation with refund deadline is March 18, 2015.

April 12, 2015 – Benefit Concert for Safe Harbour, Fine Arts at First Artist Series

A Benefit Concert for Safe Harbour sponsored by Fine Arts at First will be presented on Sunday, April 12, at 4 p.m. at First Lutheran Church, 21 South Bedford Street, Carlisle. The concert will feature the Dickinson College Collegium and Orchestra.

The Collegium will sing musical settings of texts from Virgil's Aeneid, and the Orchestra will perform works by Bartok, Vaughan Williams, and Bach.  Also featured will be Mahler's Adagietto from Symphony No. 5 under the baton of guest conductor Cheung Chau, director of orchestral studies at Utah Valley University and music director of Sinfonietta Polonia in Poland. 

Admission to the concert is free. A freewill offering will be received to benefit the work of SafeHarbour whose mission is to provide shelter and supportive services for homeless individuals and families in Cumberland County. Additional funding for the concert will be provided by Thrivent Financial.  Doors open at 3:15 p.m. For more information, contact the church, 717-249-3310 or visit

Saturday May 2, 2015 – Running with a Mission 5K Run/Walk
Come out and join the Mission Partners- Carlisle CARES, the Salvation Army of Carlisle, Safe Harbour, and Domestic Violence Services of Cumberland and Perry Counties- in raising funds for the hungry and homeless in our community.
Carlisle C.A.R.E.S.- Offers shelter when no other shelter can be found;  Provides case management and use of daily facilities to homeless.
DVSCP- Domestic Violence Services of Cumberland and Perry Counties provides free and confidential services to survivors and raises awareness in the community.
Safe Harbour- Provides housing and support services to individuals and families in need to help them achieve independent living.
Salvation Army of Carlisle- Doing the Most Good for the Most people in the Most need.    
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Wednesday July 15, 2015 – 18th Shomaker Classic
The 18th Shomaker Classic will be held July 15th this year to benefit Safe Harbour.
The Shomaker Classic is held in memory of Monte Shomaker, an avid golfer and community member dedicated to serving the Carlisle area. Monte Shomaker was director of development, president of Life Care Ventures, and corporate vice presidents of Human Resources for Carlisle Hospital and Health Services. He also served in numerous community organizations including the Greater Carlisle United Way, the Greater Carlisle Area Chamber of Commerce, the Salvation Army, the Carlisle Area School Board, the Harrisburg Symphony Association, and Leadership Carlisle.

The event begins with registration and a box lunch from noon to 1 p.m.  The tournament format is best-ball scramble.  We will have first-place awards for different flights. There also will be skills competitions of longest drive, straightest drive, closest to the pin, and a putting contest.  Water, soda and iced tea will be available on the course and will be complimentary.  Other refreshments will be available for purchase.

As players finish, we will have a brief reception that will transition into a buffet dinner.  At dinner, we will award flight prizes and  skills competition prizes. We also will have a 50/50 and prize raffle and a silent auction.

This year one can register as an individual for $110 or a foursome for $400. Please join us on this enjoyable summer day.