Associates of the Turn Key Realty Group in Camp Hill took time to say thanks to local first responders by delivering lunch on July 29 to the Camp Hill and West Shore Regional police departments. CONTINUE READING
The Rotary Club of York presented college service awards to area college students in recognition of their leadership and community service. From left are rotarians John Luciani, Leah Davis, Brian Baker, Jazeah Gray and Rotary Club of York past president Dr. Marsha Bornt. Davis attends Penn State University, where she is majoring in energy engineering and is president of the Lion Ambassadors. Baker attends York College and is a student ambassador and senior senator. Gray is majoring in dental hygiene at Harrisburg Area Community College York Campus, where she is a student leader of the Community Service Club and a student worker in the academic affairs office.
Hershey Federal Credit Union recently awarded its annual $1,000 Richard E. Fogleman Memorial Scholarship to Jeremy Wells. Wells is from Lebanon, graduated from Cedar Crest High School and attends Penn State. HFCU has awarded the scholarship annually since 1996 to honor the memory of Fogleman, who served as HFCU’s chairman of the board of directors for many years prior to his death in 1994. Pictured are Richard Miller, HFCU’s chairman of the board; Wells; and Paul Wagner, HFCU’s president and CEO.
First Capital Federal Credit Union treated those in its youth programs to a free baseball game at the local ballpark. First Capital employees, who serve on the NextGen committee, organized and worked the event.
Royer’s Flowers & Gifts has donated $3,090 to the Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition. The donation will support breast cancer survivors and their families and breast cancer research in Pennsylvania. With every sale of its “Power of Pink” arrangement, Royer’s donates $10 to breast cancer organizations. The arrangement is available year-round. From left are Greg Royer, president and CEO, Royer’s Flowers, and Kristen Snoke, community outreach director, Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition.
Smith Elliott Kearns & Company LLC donated $5,000 to TrueNorth Wellness Services’ Amazing Kids Club, a year-round, on-site therapeutic program for children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder or social pragmatic communication disorder. TrueNorth will be renovating a recently purchased facility in South Hanover and move its Amazing Kids Club operations to this location. From left are MaryBeth Hockenberry, Smith Elliott Kearns marketing director; Carol Connor, TrueNorth director of public relations and development; and Kara Darlington, member of the firm.
TeamPete Realty Services Inc.’s “We Care More” Running Team participated in The Harrisburg Mile on July 20. The team was sponsored by Pete Weigher to raise money for programs for the YMCA throughout Central Pennsylvania. From left are Chris Timmons, Lance Morrow, Kyle Miller, Mark Chidester and Dan Jorich.
The Hanover Area YMCA received $2,000 in support of the Kids Come First annual campaign as a result of the opening of ACNB Bank's new South Hanover Office. This amount is in addition to the bank's $3,500 in contributions made earlier this year to support Kids Come First and the South Hanover YMCA capital campaign. From left are Ryan Fitzgibbons, Hanover Area YMCA chief operating officer; Jim Helt, ACNB Bank president; Susan Behm, ACNB Bank retail office manager; and, Liam Behrens, Hanover Area YMCA CEO.