Central Penn College has begun large-scale renovations on its townhouse residences into Super Suites, featuring seven single bedrooms and a large common area in each unit. During renovations, the college is donating appliances, doors, lighting, HVAC units, kitchen and bathroom sinks, and toilets to Habitat for Humanity... CONTINUE READING
The United Way of Lebanon County and the Salvation Army distributed more than 6,000 backpacks and other school supplies to 756 local children during its seventh annual “Stuff the Bus” event. Pictured are participants in the Salvation Army’s annual “Back to School Carnival” in early August.
Employees of Swatara Township-based Metro Bank volunteered at the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank in early August to assist with the immediate needs of the Food Bank’s Harrisburg warehouse. Metro’s volunteers sorted donations and prepped fresh local produce for delivery to those in need. Photo/Submitted
Millersburg-based CPRS Physical Therapy donated more than $1,500 to the Wounded Warrior Project during the Lancaster Barnstormers game Aug. 14. Pictured is Jerry Rush, far left, vice president of CPRS, with five Wounded Warriors who were honored at the game and threw out the first pitch. Photo/Submitted
York-based SpiriTrust Lutheran raised more than $67,500 at its 35th Annual Hospice Golf Tournament Aug. 13 at the Chambersburg Country Club. Pictured is the team from Strait Steel in Franklin County. Photo/Submitted