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Two York County businesses recognized at awards program

At York County’s annual Distinguished Business Affair on March 14, two local companies accepted awards for their community and economic impact.

During this event at the Freight Shed at Riverwalk Landing, ice sports complex Chilled Ponds at Yorktown accepted the 2024 Distinguished Business Award. This award is given by York County’s Economic Development Authority and Department of Economic and Tourism Development to honor growing businesses that make significant investments in the county.

“I’m extremely honored to even be considered for this award, let alone be chosen to win it,” said Patrick Cavanagh, owner of Chilled Ponds at Yorktown. “We were thrilled to learn we were selected.”

“Chilled Ponds at Yorktown serves a unique role here and has become a destination in its own right, not to mention the many ways it gives back to the community,” said Kristi Olsen-Hayes, Director of Economic and Tourism Development for York County. “With its recent renovations and increased program...

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