My name is Matt Creason and I am a highly motivated graphics professional capable of managing the graphics process from concept to finished product with the ability to develop visually appealing content intended to grab attention and convey a direct message. I am accustomed to performing under pressure to meet deadlines in a goal-oriented environment.
MAC Design was started in January 2011 as a freelance graphic design endeavor specializing Print, Web Design and Graphic Design. I am passionate about design and about getting your message across. I am dedicated to you, the customer, to help you receive above and beyond what you envisioned from the beginning. Feel free to contact me to discuss how I can dedicate my passions to help achieve your goals.
I also donate my time to help out a non-profit in Texas that helps children battling cancer at Texas Children’s Hospital. I help with flyers and promotional material. I also volunteer at a local Children’s Hospital once a week to help the children in the hospital.
Midway Bowling and Skating Center is a unique family entertainment complex. Both are located on the same property and families can move between both centers to have an affordable day of fun. With plenty of food offerings, no one goes hungry during their family outing. Dinosaur ramps and bumpers are available at the Bowling Center so younger children can have tons of fun, too!
The Bowling Center’s Sparetime Lounge offers parents a relaxing atmosphere where they can enjoy food and adult beverages while their children bowl and skate. There are affordable party packages for all ages that will make birthdays, anniversaries and reunions a BLAST! (We clean up the mess!) Businesses enjoy planning events around holidays or simply to reward employees for achieving budget goals or to create a team-building or morale boosting activity.
You can find out about current events and specials on the website.
1561 Holly Pike
Carlisle, PA 17015
(717) 249-1222 and (717) 243-7829
Carlisle Regional Medical Center is a complete healthcare resource center committed to the delivery of consistent quality services in a fiscally responsible manner that meets the needs of patients, physicians, employees, and our community. We further commit to maintain an environment that encourages individual development, teamwork, and pride.
366 Alexander Spring Road
Carlisle, PA 17015
The Union Fire Company No.1 was organized to provide fire protection for the citizens of Carlisle in 1789, the same year George Washington became President of the United States. Today, more than 215 years later, the Union continues to provide service to the area. In honor of all the men and women who have faithfully served the company, a portion of our old fire station has been dedicated to preserving their history. The original Meeting Room and Engine Room have been maintained in near original condition and contain a large portion of our proud history.
The Engine Room houses a 1929 American LaFrance engine along with other equipment and artifacts from our past. The Meeting Room is filled with many items – some of which date back to our origin – which any firefighting buff will find extremely interesting. A few of those items are shown on our museum page.
J. S. Electric has many years of experience from service calls which entailed everything from new lights and outlets, to repairing old, out-of-code electrical work. From residential homes, to small apartment buildings, and large commercial projects; I can provide the electrical service and knowledge that you need.
Good Shepherd Church – making your community our community for over 100 years.
We have been serving the Carlisle area from the corner of Ritner Highway and McCallister Church Road for many generations. In fact, great-grandpap may have even gone to school at the McCallister One Room Schoolhouse that stood on our property for many years.
We are a mix of rural and suburban; traditional and contemporary; old and young, but we have one thing in common… sharing the love and peace of God with the communities we serve.
Letort Glass occupies 2,000 square feet in a warehouse studio. The open floor plan is sky-lit directly over a large work table. Customers enter the shop through a gallery of Deborah Feller’s (owner) finished stained glass work. Expamples of fused and finished work of all kinds hangs from the ceiling and walls throughout. All finished items are for sale as well as supplies for stained glass and fusing glass hobbists. Class schedules are posted on the website.
The mission of the Michael Lynn Shatto Foundation is to research, cultivate and build programs that assist and educate those who are burdened by mental health issues, chemical dependency or domestic violence – both physical and psychological. The institution supports individuals and organizations that embrace the foundation’s ideals and principals.