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First Capital Federal Credit Union

By May 8, 2015 11:15 AM

Employees of York-based First Capital Federal Credit Union participated in Office Olympix to benefit Easter Seals Western and Central Pennsylvania. Local business leaders, including the Money Monarchs from First Capital, dressed as their favorite “Once Upon a Time” characters and competed in a variety of office-type games. First Capital raised nearly $1,700 for the event. Photo/Submitted CONTINUE READING

Rock Commercial Real Estate LLC

Rock Commercial Real Estate LLC

A team of volunteers from York-based Rock Commercial Real Estate LLC volunteered with Junior Achievement’s Finance Park April 22. Pictured, from left, are David Keech, Eric Stankiewicz, Cheryl Keener, Heather Kreiger, David Cross, Josh Beamesderfer and Kevin Hodge. Photo/Submitted

K&W Engineers

K&W Engineers

Employees of Swatara Township-based K&W Engineers donated and planted trees at McNaughton and Schiavoni Parks in Swatara Township to celebrate Arbor Day. Pictured, from left, are Jeff Shyk, Marc Kurowski, Mark Henry, Matt Davis, Matt Gallisdorfer, Tom Wilson, Adam Davis, Meg Wade, Greg Dice, Steve Roe and Cheryl Spier. Photo/Submitted

Giant Food Stores

Giant Food Stores

Middlesex Township-based Giant Food Stores donated 25 benches made from recycled plastic bags to rabbittransit of the York Adams Transportation Authority to assist with local beautification efforts. The donation is part of Giant’s ongoing Bags to Benches initiative. Pictured are Richard Farr, left, executive director of rabbittransit, and Regan Fisher, store manager of the Delco Plaza, York, store. Photo/Submitted

ACNB Bank

ACNB Bank

Gettysburg-based ACNB Bank donated $2,500 to New Hope Ministries in support of its construction project in Hanover. Pictured, from left, are Susan Behm, retail office manger of ACNB's north and south Hanover offices; Eric Saunders, executive director of New Hope Ministries; and Merle Zehr, vice president amd commercial loan officer at ACNB.

Weis Markets

Weis Markets

Sunbury-based Weis Markets donated $5,000 to the Lancaster Public Library in support of its youth programs. Pictured, from left, are Brenda Pratt, Janeris Garcia, Patti Martin, Wendy Rose, Isaias Negron, Jennifer Wiggin, Esther Prescott, Lance Lauriello, Diane Pentz, Gene Rice and Tabitha Schmidt. Photo/Submitted

Love.Give.Live Gallery & Gift Shop

Love.Give.Live Gallery & Gift Shop

Love.Give.Live Gallery & Gift Shop opened at 1170 Erbs Quarry Road in Lititz in the Village Shoppes at Brighton Feb. 5. A ribbon-cutting event was held to celebrate. Pictured, from left, are Glenn Ebersole, vice president of board of directors. Love.Give.Live; Audrey Fiske-Esbenshade, communications manager, Lancaster Chamber of Commerce; Gail Carson, co-founder and executive director, and Jim Carson, co-founder and president of board of directors, Love.Give.Live. Photo/Submitted

Mid Penn Bank

Mid Penn Bank

Millersburg-based Mid Penn Bank opened its newest branch on Feb. 2 at 2305 S. Market St. in Elizabethtown. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held to celebrate the opening. The Elizabethtown Chamber of Commerce, local officials, bank leadership and others from the community attended. Photo/Submitted

Penn Square Rotary Club

Penn Square Rotary Club

The Penn Square Rotary Club volunteered April 18 by cleaning and repainting the trash containers in Lancaster off Queen Street, between Chestnut and King streets, including those in Binn’s Park. Pictured, sitting, from left, are Sherry Harry, Elaine Shope, Ashley Corbett and Todd Gonz. Standing, from left, are George Mathew, Kay McClenathan, Margaret Kasseese, Harry Wirth, Gary Davis and Liz Werner. Not pictured are Jim Martin and Margie Marrino. Photo/Submitted

JPL

JPL

Swatara Township-based JPL recognized team members with it Impact and Platypus Awards for providing internal and external leadership. Winners, from left, are Scott Harvey, Anthony Jenks, Jennelle Jordan and Kris Zajac, Platypus Awards for Creativity; Dan Leister, Behind the Scenes; Traci Kennedy and Allen Clements, Spirit; Sarah Votta, Rookie of the Year; Josh Barlup, Bottom Line; Nick Lucente, Client Experience; and Bob Wolfe, Trailblazer. Not pictured is Katy Jacobs, Fusion. Photo/Submitted

Junior Achievement of Central Pennsylvania

Junior Achievement of Central Pennsylvania

Junior Achievement of Central Pennsylvania observed Financial Literacy Month by celebrating its 300,000th student, Hope Price, second from right, a third-grader at Mill Road Elementary School in the Elizabethtown Area School District. Also pictured are, from left, JA staff members Megan Snyder, Betsi Zikmund and President Becky Doumaux. Photo/Submitted

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