1. To Inspire and Empower

    One of RETTEW’s Project Managers, Melissa Kelly, is participating as a mentor in the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce & Industry’s Women in Business Mentoring Program. The program’s mission is to inspire, advise, and empower students on their future career path through positive connections in the business community. Students are mentored for eight months and benefit…

  2. Newest Scholarship Recipient

    RETTEW’s newest scholarship recipient was announced last week! When George W. Rettew, Jr. (aka “Hank”) retired from his role as CEO of RETTEW, we honored his legacy by establishing the George W. Rettew, Jr. Endowed Scholarship at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology. This year’s recipient is Benjamin Haines, a student majoring in Engineering and CAD…

  3. A Balloon Battle

    It was a fierce afternoon. A rousing auction. A sea of blue shirts. Hundreds of water balloons. For RETTEW’s Lancaster office, summer fun combined with a fundraiser for a worthy cause: The Jeff Musser Foundation, which provides financial support to families in Lancaster County with children suffering from cancer. Our fundraising coordinators (way to go,…

  4. A Leg Up

    Hard labor and horses make for a pretty great day. The RETTEW Charitable Foundation recently provided $5,000 in grant funding to Leg Up Farm in York County, PA. The nonprofit organization is a therapy center for children with special needs. Each grant from RETTEW’s foundation is aligned with a volunteer component spearheaded by the RETTEW…

  5. An Event for Economics

    Direct funding for community projects. That’s the goal of the Cumberland Valley Alliance, a partnership of local businesses and organizations. Each participant contributes a regular amount. The funding goes directly to the Cumberland Area Economic Development Corporation in Central PA, which in turn goes directly to community and economic development projects. We’re passionate about helping…

  6. Manufacturing Cool?

    The constant churn of equipment; a production line of employees and robotic arms; shipping containers receiving inventory. Manufacturing has long been a backbone of our country’s economy. And it’s been making a slow and steady comeback in the last few years. To help students become acquainted with manufacturing in their local area, the Manufacturing Resource…

  7. Fun, Games, and Conservation

    Conservation can be about water, the environment, and even prizes! RETTEW was a platinum sponsor of the annual Spring Fundraiser for Donegal Trout Unlimited this past weekend. A longtime client of ours, the evening included games, auctions, and a delicious dinner. Several RETTEW folks and their spouses attended, using their auction cards to play a…

  8. Love Lancaster

    It’s got good food, culture, art, and community. Lancaster was recently named by Forbes Magazine as a top place in the U.S. to visit. Our headquarters are just outside the city, and we agree: it’s pretty awesome. Local publication Fig put together a roundup of the reasons Lancaster is so great. Check out the full…

  9. Einstein’s Grandmother

    You have to be able to explain it to your grandmother. That’s what Albert Einstein said about truly understanding science, “You do not really understand something unless you can explain it to your grandmother.” At last week’s North Museum Science and Engineering Fair in Lancaster, PA, RETTEW staff judged and presented the Einstein’s Grandmother award…

  10. The True Sign of a Leader

    One sign of a strong leader is how involved they are in their community. A RETTEW Regional Vice President embodies this trait, helping his local community in many hands-on ways. Matt Malozi, well known in Allentown for connecting people and suggesting ways to improve the region, plays a key role on several decision-making bodies. He…

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From the Oldest to the Newest

The oldest covered bridge in Lancaster County, PA is now revitalized and open to traffic. Pequea No. 7,…

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Decorate and Celebrate Safely

Stay cozy, but stay safe!  During this special time of the year, make sure you’re being as safe…

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