2024 EPC GOLF OUTING | Benefiting Good Samaritan Services

Engle Printing & Publishing Co., Inc. (EPC) will be hosting our 16th Annual EPC Golf Outing on Friday, June 7, 2024 at Crossgates Golf Club, Millersville.

Why Good Samaritan Services?

Good Samaritan Services compassionately responds to homelessness and poverty through a unique and personalized approach to help their neighbors journey from crisis to stability. Serving over 500 men, women and children annually across Lancaster and Chester Counties, their vision is to see and serve all who may be overlooked.

It is because of this approach that during the past fiscal year, Good Sam served more people and provided more assistance than ever before. They provided services to 557 men, women and children who were experiencing homelessness or poverty. Over $400,000 in direct aid (rental assistance, food, supplies), was provided to individuals and families, along with 18,600+ hours of compassionate case management. Good Sam also expanded their program over the last year by adding a fifth location in Kennett Square, launching an in-house Counseling Program, and introducing emergency housing services for men in Ephrata.  All of this is made possible by your generous support of Good Sam.

Learn more about Good Samaritan Services at goodsamservices.org.

What is Engle Printing & Publishing Co., Inc.?

Engle Printing & Publishing Co., Inc. (EPC) is a family-owned and family-operated business founded in 1954 by Alvin Engle and his wife, Pauline. The Engles started the business with a sheet-fed Multilith press installed in the basement of their Mount Joy home. In 1959, they became publishers when they purchased the Elizabethtown–Mount Joy Merchandiser, a community advertising paper with an original press run of 5,600. Alvin left his daytime job in 1960 and became a full-time printer/publisher.

The growing business overflowed into the family’s garage, then into a 20-by-100 foot shop in Mount Joy in 1965. EPC saw several expansions over the years—from new buildings, to new equipment, to publications. When Alvin passed away unexpectedly in 1971, Pauline kept the vision alive and continued the expansion efforts. EPC opened a Hempfield plant in 1999 to accommodate state-of-the-art equipment and a 16-unit, three-story Goss Universal Press.

EPC currently publishes the Merchandiser, Advertiser, Pennysaver, and Community Courier, along with Lancaster County Magazine, Where & When Pennsylvania, Antiques & Auction News, Dining In Lancaster County, River Towns and Lancaster Family.

Learn more about EPC at engleonline.com.