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July 11
  • Kori Constein, preschool teacher at the Children’s Learning Center at Landis Homes in Manheim Township, received the Terri Lynne Lokoff/Children’s Tylenol National Child Care Teacher Award for her commitment and dedication to the children she serves. Pictured with Constein are students Logan Kramer, left, and Benjamin Doumaux. Photo/Submitted
  • Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce unveiled May 12 a plaque on the front of its building recognizing member businesses that served as naming rights sponsors for a portion of the chamber’s offices. Pictured, from left, are Richard Margut, Northwest Savings Bank; Steve Heisey, TempForce; Margie Yohn, chamber board chairwoman, BeYohnd Mail & Marketing; Patty Naumann, LMS Commercial Real Estate; Robert Hoffman, Beers & Hoffman Architects, who designed the chamber’s offices; and Ed Martel, Jonestown Bank & Trust Co. Photo/Submitted
  • Members of Boy Scout Troop 55 in Lemoyne volunteered to construct two raised wooden gardens for the PinnacleHealth Heart Failure Center in Harrisburg. The gardens will be used to grow herbs and vegetables both as a teaching tool and for patients who are unable to afford healthy foods. Photo/Submitted
  • Swatara Township-based Metro Bank donated $10,000 to the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape in East Pennsboro Township in support of its Vision of Hope Gala, which raises funds for child sexual abuse prevention. Pictured, from left, are Gary Nalbandian, Amanda Brigaman and Karen Smith of Metro Bank, and Delilah Rumburg of PCAR. Photo/Submitted
  • Randi Teplitz, wife of state Sen. Rob Teplitz, presents David Cole Snook, owner and designer of Mx2 Event Design in Harrisburg, with a commendation from the Senate on the launch of the event and entertainment design firm at Startup Harrisburg. Photo/Submitted
  • Harrisburg-based Cultural Enrichment Fund donated $15,453 to Gamut Theatre Group in Harrisburg as part of the proceeds of its 2013-14 fundraising campaign for the arts in the capital region. Pictured, from left, are Kate Deringer Sallie, CEF board chairwoman; Thomas Weaver and Kathryn Miller, core company members, Gamut; and Chad Barger, executive director, CEF. Photo/Submitted
  • Destination Gettysburg and the Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor held a townwide cleanup to prepare for the busy summer season as part of National Travel and Tourism Week in May. Twenty-five people, including a group of students from the Lincoln Intermediate Unit, spent the morning of May 9 cleaning streets in and surrounding Lincoln Square. Photo/Submitted
  • York-based Junior Achievement of South Central PA held a STEM Summit for eighth-grade students at Marshall Middle School Academy in the Harrisburg School District. During the summit, groups of students rotate through experiments, competitions and career panel presentations to inspire students to pursue STEM careers. Photo/Submitted
  • The Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County held its Gourmet Gala fundraiser for 300 people at Willow Valley Communities Cultural Center. Resident Bill Bair is pictured giving a tour of the award-winning, restored Mylin Farmhouse on the Lakes Campus of Willow Valley. Photo/Submitted
  • York-based First Capital Federal Credit Union gave a $1,000 scholarship to Jonas Tucker-Alleyne to earn a degree in international relations and business at Oral Roberts University. Pictured, from left, are his mother, SonJa Tucker; Tucker-Alleyne; and Dennis Flickinger, president and CEO of the credit union. Photo/Submitted
  • York-based Junior Achievement of South Central PA held “A Global Tasting, Wines Around the World” April 12 to raise funds for the organization. Guests enjoyed wines from Italy, France, Spain and Washington state paired with foods. There also were caricatures, music and silent and live auctions. Photo/Submitted
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