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Armstrong Flooring

By September 25, 2017 07:56 AM

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HACC

By September 25, 2017 07:51 AM

Approximately 100 middle school students and their families from the Harrisburg and Steelton-Highspire school districts attended a community picnic in the rose garden of HACC's Harrisburg Campus for the community college's Harrisburg Promise initiative. Students enjoyed a photo booth, colorful T-shirts, bubbles, hula hoops, campus tours and food. Launched in 2016, Harrisburg Promise provides pathways to postsecondary education with mentoring and career guidance beginning in seventh grade and throughout high school. CONTINUE READING

Armstrong Flooring

Armstrong Flooring

More than 220 Armstrong Flooring employees and their family members volunteered during the United Way of Lancaster County's Day of Caring, making it the largest employee team at this year's event. They completed projects including replacing flooring, painting and landscaping at 11 nonprofit work sites. At the Boys & Girls Club of Lancaster's Jack Walker Clubhouse, employees installed flooring donated by Armstrong. Volunteers included, above, from left, Rodney Johnson, Susan Stoeckl, Josh Slaven, Jason Ness, Jose Torres, Jeremy Lakeman, Chris Grow and Jenniffer Harsh.

ACNB Bank

ACNB Bank

ACNB Bank held its 11th Annual Community Shred for people to dispose of confidential documents safely and to support the United Way of Adams County's Day of Caring. ACNB partnered with All-Shred Inc. at its Gettysburg operations center to shred 12,900 pounds of documents, the most the bank has ever collected through this community effort. Residents donated $2 per box to be shredded, which raised $1,261 for the United Way. Participants also brought 270 pounds of nonperishable food for the upcoming 11th Annual Bag the Bounty food drive.

Carlisle Construction Materials

Carlisle Construction Materials

State Rep. Matthew Dowling (R-Fayette), front, second from right, and staff from his office visited Carlisle Construction Materials' polyisocyanurate insulation manufacturing facility in Smithfield to observe the production of polyiso insulation and meet with employees. The visit was part of an effort to raise legislators' awareness of the benefits that manufacturers bring to their communities and to discuss the challenges facing America's manufacturing sector.

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