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Local workers win national recognition

Staff Writer
Echo Pilot
From left, are: front — Jamie Oberholzer, Helen McGarry, Jenifer Diver, Lacey Hoover and Calandra Ruffin; back — Tim Carlin, Robert Kling, Sheryl Moles and Chris Dukes.

APICS, The Association for Operations Management, a professional organization, recognized the Cumberland Valley Chapter (CUVA) with a Silver award for 2014-2015 board term.

This award identifies the Cumberland Valley chapter as elite national chapter.

  This is the second time the CUVA chapter has been recognized. 

A Silver award requires the chapter to score 235 points for benchmarking and reporting the chapter's activities. 

CUVA chapter scored 325 points and received a $75 certificate for the APICS Bookstore.

The APICS CUVA is a non-for-profit educational provider serving Fulton and Franklin counties in Pennsylvania, and Washington County in Maryland.

The chapter's membership is comprised of approximately 60 members from a variety of industries.

The chapter offers professional development meetings, plant tours, and certification courses that demonstrate the APICS Body of Knowledge.