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Cargas Systems

By August 11, 2017 12:06 PM

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Vision Resources

By August 11, 2017 11:55 AM

Vision Resources of Central Pennsylvania held its third annual Vision Bowl July 20 at ABC West Lanes in Mechanicsburg to bring awareness to eye diseases that rob individuals of their vision. The competition takes place in the third game when bowlers are required to wear special low-vision glasses that simulate the effects of macular degeneration, glaucoma, cataracts and diabetic retinopathy. The winning team, Living on a Spare, is shown: front from left, Beau Kirchner, Zander Kirchner, Tisha Kirchner, and at back, Dwayne Kohr. CONTINUE READING

Cargas Systems

Cargas Systems

Chip Cargas, chairman and CEO of Cargas Systems, presents Jeff and Pam Musser of the Jeff Musser Foundation with a check for $32,000, the amount raised at Cargas Systems' 9th annual Spring Rendezvous benefit. From left are Chip Cargas; Jeff and Pam Musser; Steve Graybill, Jeff Musser Foundation board member; Heidi Bianco, Cargas Systems Spring Rendezvous committee chair; and Sandy Folts, Spring Rendezvous committee member. The Jeff Musser Foundation provides financial aid to families with children battling cancer in Lancaster and surrounding counties.

Rhoads Energy

Rhoads Energy

Lancaster-based Rhoades Energy, a family-owned fueling services business, celebrated its 100th anniversary July 19 by hosting a Lancaster Chamber Mixer with nearly 300 dignitaries, business and community leaders and guests. During the event, Rhoads Energy asked all attendees to recommend an area nonprofit, then randomly selected five to receive $100 American Express cards. Recipients included St. Jude Children's Hospital, Lancaster Public Library, Canine Partners for Life, Camp Conquest of Denver, Pa., and Community Action Partnership of Lancaster County. Above, Rhoads Energy CEO Michael DeBerdine III, center, receives a proclamation thanking the company for 100 years of service and community involvement from two Lancaster County Commissioners, Joshua Parsons, at left, and Craig Lehman, right.

Paul Risk Construction

Paul Risk Construction

Paul Risk Construction organized a literal Food Drive through Lancaster's First Friday in August with the Shopper Chopper giant shopping cart to raise awareness and funds for the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank. Shown, from left are, Jacob Keeler, Byron Garman, David Carl, Ed Brackbill and DJ Risk.

Wagman

Wagman

Wagman Inc. sponsored its third annual Can-Struction contest during the month of May. Offices and jobsites were broken into teams and invited to collect canned goods and other non-perishable food items for local charities. On the final day of the competition, teams had 90 minutes to construct the donations into sculptures. In total, the company donated 2,748 pounds of food. The winning team, from Dinwiddie, Va., is shown with their sculpture, “Driving Out Hunger.”

Meiji/Stauffer's

Meiji/Stauffer's

Meiji America Inc./D.F. Stauffer Biscuit Co. Inc. recently presented the York County Food Bank with a check for $15,000, the proceeds from the first annual Meiji/Stauffer's Run Like an Animal 5K held in June. A total of 125 registered runners and 46 volunteers participated in the event made possible by 55 sponsors and the year-long volunteer efforts of Stauffer's Community Involvement Team. Pictured are, front, from left: Debbie Krout-Althoff, Director of Development & Communications, York County Food Bank; Matt Shorb, Board President, York County Food Bank; and Ron Fink, COO, Meiji America Inc./D.F. Stauffer Biscuit Co. Inc. Back row, from left, are Community Involvement Team members, Ben Colon, Autumn Nunemaker, Mark Bauman, VP of Human Resources, Pam Hoffmaster, Alison Tresselt and Carrie Kline.

McDonald's

McDonald's

McDonald's owner/operator Kim Greenwalt and Cheri Thurby, who own restaurants in Lewistown, Mifflintown and Newport, recently visited U.S. Rep. Tom Marino (R-Williamsport) of Pennsylvania's 10th District at his office in Washington, D.C., to discuss timely issues impacting the restaurant industry. From left are Kim Greenwalt, U.S. Rep. Tom Marino and Cheri Thurby.

Martin Foot and Ankle

Martin Foot and Ankle

Chris Doemland, Wellness Coordinator at Martin Foot and Ankle, is training for a one-man triathlon to raise money for the United Way of York County. Doemland plans to swim 2.4 miles, run 26 miles and bike 112 miles throughout York County on Sept. 2. His goal is to raise $1,000 to donate to local United Way programs that promote health and well-being.

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