RKL LLP received the 2016 Community Partner of the Year Award at CASA of Lancaster County's Heroes Black and White Gala and Benefit Auction on Nov. 4 at Bent Creek Country Club in Lititz. Pictured are members of the RKL CASA Superhero 5K Committee and CASA Executive Director Jessica Laspino, far right. CONTINUE READING
House of Hope York received a grant for its Get Cool Project from the RAYAC Foundation. Pictured from left are RAYAC Foundation board members Rob Myers, Bob Aldinger; Lori Ziegler, House of Hope executive director; Paula Musselman, Ray Hoover and Bill Hoyer. House of Hope York provides individual/family counseling sessions, parenting education classes, mentoring and life skills in a 24-hour residential setting.
First Capital Engineering welcomed 38 seventh-graders and their teachers from South Western School District to participate in a STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) Day on Nov. 3. Students broke into groups and the team presented different areas of engineering expertise. Project Manager Joseph Gurney RLA and Jacob Dortch PE then took the students to an offsite location to further learn how engineers and architects make a plan become a reality.
The Harrisburg office of Grainger Industrial Supplies recently donated $5,000 and a bag of used keys to the Kidney Foundation of Central Pennsylvania to support the 25th anniversary year of Camp Kydnie to be held July 1-7, 2017. Pictured are Bryant Cummings, manager for Grainger; Joan Line, executive director for KFCP; and Eric Burton, recent kidney transplant recipient.
Pediatrician Dr. Elam R. Stoltzfus was recently honored with a plaque that rests outside of the nursery in Evangelical Community Hospital's obstetrics unit, The Family Place. The plaque was made possible through donations to the hospital in his name and placed in recognition of Stoltzfus' retirement. Kendra Aucker, president and CEO of Evangelical Community Hospital, left, and Stoltzfus stand next to plaque.
Keller-Brown Insurance Services sponsored a Halloween costume contest for its team and posted each teammate's picture on Facebook. Kevin Greif, portraying a plastic toy soldier, won the top prize, which was a $100 donation to Greif's favorite non-profit, Wounded Warrior Project.
Aaron's Acres 16th Annual Volley For Kids fundraiser on Oct. 30 at Franklin & Marshall College's Alumni Sports & Fitness Center raised $40,000. Pictured are members of the administrative team.
On Nov. 1, Mountz Jewelers presented a $900 check to Project Share for the purchase of 50 Thanksgiving turkeys to be donated to less fortunate people. Pictured, from left, are Ron Leitzel, chairman and CEO of Mountz Jewelers; Deb Hess and Joe Kloza, Project Share representatives; and Tonia Ulsh, president and COO of Mountz Jewelers.