Approximately 20 minutes north of the Mason-Dixon line is Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. This quintessential small town has rich agricultural roots and is home to many Amish and Mennonite residents who farm the land today. The town was completely rebuilt after being burned in 1864 by the Confederate army during the American Civil War. Today it is a large, diverse community with an active Downtown Business Council, working to improve and promote downtown Chambersburg with festivals, special events and promotions throughout the year. Surrounding colleges and universities offer a plethora of cultural events. While the town retains its historical feel, large farms pepper the countryside along with farm stands and craft shops.
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