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By April 6, 2017 03:22 PM

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Pennsylvania Bankers Association

By April 6, 2017 03:17 PM

Jackie Catalano, Pennsylvania Bankers Association’s vice president of training and meeting management, recently read to the kindergarten class at St. Margaret Mary School in Harrisburg on March 3 for National Read Across America Day. The day encourages children to read and expand their vocabulary. CONTINUE READING

PROTO Construction

PROTO Construction

PROTO Construction, a TONO Group company, volunteered at Milagro House in Lancaster City. Since 1998, Milagro House has provided safe homes for mothers and their children, prioritizing education as the key to escaping a life of poverty and dependence. The PROTO team completed projects that included drywall patching in the playroom and bathrooms, fixing a drafty door, moving the thermostat from the playroom to the main room, painting the playroom and two bathrooms, purchasing and installing new blinds, repairing a shed door and donating assorted items. Pictured is volunteer Brittany Mellinger.

PROTO Construction

PROTO Construction

PROTO Construction, a TONO Group company, volunteered at Milagro House in Lancaster City. Since 1998, Milagro House has provided safe homes for mothers and their children, prioritizing education as the key to escaping a life of poverty and dependence. The PROTO team completed projects that included drywall patching in the playroom and bathrooms, fixing a drafty door, moving the thermostat from the playroom to the main room, painting the playroom and two bathrooms, purchasing and installing new blinds, repairing a shed door and donating assorted items. Pictured from left: Sean Shover, Travis Dantinne, Jesse Enck, Patty Eastep (kneeling), Tammy Bennett, Dan Witmer, Brittany Mellinger, Fran Bridge, Jeff Garner, Nicole Patterson and Janell Sitler.

Kidney Foundation of Central PA

Kidney Foundation of Central PA

Camp Kydnie, a weeklong camp for children with kidney disease, received a donation of 20 new fishing rods for camp use from the Capital City Bassmasters. The Bassmasters visit camp for one day during the week to oversee a fishing derby. Camp Kydnie, which will celebrate its 25th year, is held the first week of July at Camp Victory in Millville. Pictured in the first row, from left, are Joan Line, executive director of the Kidney Foundation of Central PA and Devon Nordine, director of Camp Kydnie. In the second row, from left, are Jim Force, Stan Pleshenko, Bob Herman, Ron Wevodau, Dustin Wevodau and Bill Acward.

PeoplesBank

PeoplesBank

As part of a team-building activity during the PeoplesBank Annual Associate Meeting, associates worked together to build forty-five bikes. The bikes were then donated to the United Way of York County, United Way of Central Maryland, United Way of Lancaster County and the United Way of the Capital Region to be distributed to deserving local children.

McDonald's and East Lampeter Police Department

McDonald's and East Lampeter Police Department

Local McDonald's owner/operator Glen Mattox recently partnered with officers from the East Lampeter Police Department to hold a “Coffee with a Cop” event at McDonald's, located at 2090 Lincoln Highway in Lancaster. Members of the public met with officers who serve their community. The event is part of an ongoing effort by McDonald's and the East Lampeter Police Department to give local residents the opportunity to get to know the officers in their community. Pictured from left are John Bowman, East Lampeter chief of police; Officer Gregory Folk; Melissa Wohlsen and Glen Mattox.

Dauphin County District Attorney's Office

Dauphin County District Attorney's Office

Past and present representatives of Dauphin County District Attorney's Office turned out in force for a Pink Patty's Day party at the Best Western on March 11 to support the Avon Breast Cancer Walk. Pictured from left are attorneys Stefanie Reeser, Mike Rozman, Kristy Sharpe and Meghan McNaughton.

Royer's Flowers & Gifts

Royer's Flowers & Gifts

Employees of Royer's Flowers & Gifts donated $740 to the American Heart Association's Lancaster division. In January, the employees had the opportunity to purchase red polo shirts bearing the Royer's logo. For each shirt, they donated $10 to the heart association. Pictured from left are Jill Williams, manager of Royer's Lancaster West store; Katie Harlin, executive director of the American Heart Association, Lancaster division; and Danielle Figueroa, Heart Walk director, American Heart Association, Lancaster division.

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