Monthly Archives: October 2013

BCGL continues to support the Hands-on House and sponsors the American Girl Fashion Show to be held on November 15-16, 2013.  Theresa Mongiovi serves as the Chair of the 2013 Show and Angela Sanders, Emily Forrey and Melissa Funk will volunteer at the event. The Show is a major fundraiser for Hands-on House and assists in preserving and maintaining a museum where kids and families can play together.  This year’s show provides an educational look at how generations of American girls have used clothing to express their own unique style and personality. Local girls model the fashions and the show empowers girls to be all they can be.    For more information about the Fashion Show, click here.


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AHS 2On October 22, 2013, BCGL attorney Angela Sanders co-presented a seminar with Nathan Roth of the Lancaster Housing Opportunity Partnership (LHOP) titled "How to be a Responsible & Successful Landlord" at the Lancaster County Housing Summit.  The theme of this year's Summit was "Tools to Strengthen Our Community," and its primary goals were to provide Lancaster builders/developers, municipal/government officials, landlords, realtors, housing counselors and employers the opportunity to examine the most current information and data available about the County's housing market and discuss the implications for the future.  Angela and Nathan's seminar highlighted different factors that landlords should consider in operating their investment property business, including the purchase and financing of investment properties, local rental registration and inspection ordinances, and drafting residential leases. 

TLB ROCBrubaker Connaughton Goss & Lucarelli LLC is pleased to announce that Ted Brubaker and Rory Connaughton have been appointed to the 2015 US Women’s Open Executive Committee.  The Championship will be held at the Lancaster Country Club from July 9-12, 2015.  The US Women’s Open is the most prestigious event in women’s golf and it is expected to attract over 100,000 spectators and provide Lancaster County with a positive economic impact of up to $30 million.  It is expected that over 2,500 volunteers will be needed.  Lancaster County is a fantastic venue for this great Championship and BCGL is pleased to play a leading role.