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June 27
  • The Pennsylvania Bankers Association inducted Gary Watts, vice president of commercial banking at Lancaster-basd Fulton Bank, into its “40-Year Club,” which consists of bankers who have completed 40 or more years of service in Pennsylvania’s banking industry. Pictured, from left, are Michael E. Kochenour, chairman, president and CEO of York Traditions Bank; Watts; and Patricia A. Husic, president and CEO of Centric Bank. Photo/Submitted
  • Upper Allen Township-based AmeriChoice Federal Credit Union donated $2,000 to the Capital Region Partnership for Career Development in support of a promotional video that will showcase PCD’s programs and services to parents, students, educators and employers. Pictured, from left, are Lauren Hoffman, AmeriChoice marketing specialist; Mike Berk, PCD executive director; and Carol Fastrich Aranos, AmeriChoice vice president of marketing. Photo/Submitted
  • The Pennsylvania Bankers Association inducted Jill Carson, president and COO of Lancaster-based Fulton Mortgage Co., into its “40-Year Club,” which consists of bankers who have completed 40 or more years of service in Pennsylvania’s banking industry. Pictured, from left, are Michael E. Kochenour, chairman, president and CEO of York Traditions Bank; Carson; and Patricia A. Husic, president and CEO of Centric Bank. Photo/Submitted
  • York-based Lutheran Social Services of South Central PA received a $5,000 Lutheran Community Matthew 25: Neighbors in Need challenge grant from Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Foundation to benefit its Touch-a Life program. Touch-a-Life volunteers help indvidiaus of all ages with everyday tasks, such as errands, letter writing, reading, transportation and meal preparation. Pictured are Janet Reh, left, a Touch-a-Life client, who enjoys regular visits from Rose Eline, Touch-a-Life volunteer. Photo/Submitted
  • Employees and their friends and family from Lancaster-based Barley Snyder participated in the Race Against Racism, a fundraiser to support the YWCA Lancaster racial justice education and advocacy programs. Photo/Submitted
  • Employees at Lancaster-based Rhoads Energy Corp. wore their “I Survived the Winter of 2014” T-shirts May 9 in recognition of the end of the long, cold and snowy winter season. Photo/Submitted
  • Students from the Career and Technical Education program at McCaskey High School in the School District of Lancaster graduated from a mentoring program created by the Rotary Club of Lancaster. The program provides academic and skills-based training for students to help them qualify for high-skill, high-wage jobs or post-secondary education when they graduate. Pictured, from left, are Tommy Tang, Elvis Rojas, Travis Majors, Jessica Crosby, Jenn Steco, La'Detrius Sibley, Desireee Grajales and Lois Collazo. Photo/Submitted
  • Harrisburg-based Sutliff Auto Group, in conjunction with Harrisburg-based PinnacleHealth System, held a Car Care Event to assist with car maintenance for low-income women. PinnacleHealth employees were on-hand to provide health education while participants waited for their cars to be serviced. Photo/Submitted
  • Swatara Township-based Metro Bank donated $8,500 to PinnacleHealth Children’s Resource Center. The money was raised through “Dress Down Fridays” during Child Abuse Awareness Month in April. Pictured, from left, are Scott Smith and Lynn Carson, Children’s Resource Center, and Elisa Cintron, Metro. Photo/Submitted
  • Derry Township-based Hershey Entertainment & Resorts was named Central Penn College’s 2014 Business Partner of the Year for its continued support of Central Penn, its students and its mission. Pictured, from left, are Jennifer Mull, senior talent acquisition specialist at Hershey; Tim Kearney, human resources intern at Hershey and current Central Penn student; and Alex Kamp, talent acquisition specialist at Hershey. Photo/Submitted
  • Employees at Manheim Township-based Susquehanna Bank recently wore red in recognition of the American Heart Association’s “Go Red for Women” campaign. Photo/Submitted
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