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Honors, designations and recognitions

Associations

Chicago-based Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement Foundation gave Jane A. Price its 2012 Margaret Fuhry award in recognition of her leadership, mentorship, volunteerism and professional dedication. She is director of development information with Franklin & Marshall College and oversees prospect research and management.

Environment

Maryland-based Wildlife Habitat Council gave the Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority an award in recognition of its contributions to wildlife habitat conservation and successful efforts toward habitat enhancement and biodiversity.

Hospitality

Harrisburg-based Pennsylvania Restaurant & Lodging Association gave 2012 Excellence in Food Safety awards to Gettysburg College's dining services; Appalachian Brewing Co. in Harrisburg; Great Wolf Lodge in Monroe County; Hilton Harrisburg; Isaac's Famous Grilled Sandwiches in Wyomissing, Berks County; Lynn Dairy Queens Inc. in Fayette County; the Pennsylvania School of Culinary Arts in Lancaster; Red Robin Hamburg in Berks County; and Starters Riverport in Bethlehem.

Other

The Lebanon Valley Bicycle Coalition gave an award to Scott A. Wolfe, acting highway maintenance manager of PennDOT in Lebanon County, in recognition of his responsiveness in addressing safety concerns and improving road conditions for bicyclists and pedestrians. Emergency medical services first responders First Aid and Safety Patrol of Lebanon was recognized for its work in educating children and families on the need to wear helmets, obey the traffic laws and become skilled bicyclists. The nonprofit participates at bicycle events such as rodeos, classes and schools; provides medical support for LVBC fundraiser rides; and researches bicycle crash locations and victims to help improve prevention. E&E Metal Fabrications Inc. of Lebanon was recognized for its work over nearly five years in helping LVBC construct bicycle parking racks that meet nationally recommended guidelines. In addition, with the assistance of Lebanon-based Nest Architecture Inc., the firm helped create a unique Lebanon County bike rack design in 2011.

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