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Select Medical

By May 10, 2017 02:55 PM

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Select Medical

By May 10, 2017 02:55 PM

Select Medical worked with Junior Achievement of South Central PA during JA’s STEM Summit at Cedar Cliff High School. Select Medical sent 12 employees to volunteer for the day-long program mentoring the sophomore class while doing hands-on experiments and competitions as they learned about careers in STEM fields. CONTINUE READING

The Kidney Foundation of Central Pennsylvania

The Kidney Foundation of Central Pennsylvania

The Kidney Foundation of Central Pennsylvania presented the Founder’s Award for Clinical Excellence to Kim Mentzer, RD, LDN with U.S. Renal Care of Mechanicsburg at its annual Update on Chronic Kidney Disease Symposium held at the Hotel Hershey. Pictured, from left, are Dr. Umar Farooq, conference chair; Mentzer; Barbara Terry, board president for the Kidney Foundation; and Joan Line, executive director.

Lanco Federal Credit Union

Lanco Federal Credit Union

Lanco Federal Credit Union hosted its second Financial Reality Fair at Conestoga Valley High School on April 26. Lanco FCU staff, along with additional volunteers from Wheatland Federal Credit Union, Belco Community Credit Union, Visions Federal Credit Union, New Holland Agriculture, and 20 other businesses and nonprofits from the Lancaster area helped over 550 juniors and seniors go through the paces of making day-to-day financial decisions as independent adults.

Chamber High School Business Challenge

Chamber High School Business Challenge

Students from Middletown Area High School captured 1st place in the 2017 Chamber High School Business Challenge for their project called “Polarus Systems,” which manufactures high-quality, transparent photovoltaic cells to replace car windows. Pictured, first row from left, are students John Hursh, Shannon Reese and Mai Dang. Pictured in the second row are Brian Groff, Pennsy Supply Inc.; emcee Amanda St. Hilaire, WHTM; students Jessaca Rusnov and Aaron Fischer; and Larissa Bailey, Harrisburg Regional Chamber & CREDC. Not pictured are the team's advisers Sean Burke and David Martin.

First Capital Federal Credit Union

First Capital Federal Credit Union

On April 18, First Capital Federal Credit Union's Youth Financial Advisory held its last meeting for the school year. During four sessions held over the course of two months, York County high school students learned about budgeting, credit and jobs in the financial services industry, as well as the differences between banks and credit unions. During the last session, two students were awarded with $500 scholarships: Meagan Holder, left, from South Western High School and Abby Jovich, right, from Central York High School.

Bill Gladstone Group of NAI CIR

Bill Gladstone Group of NAI CIR

Employees of Bill Gladstone Group of NAI CIR and other assistants of the Lemoyne-based commercial real estate office enjoyed some time away from the office on April 18. Employees were treated to a salon day at Jenny's Full Service Salon in Mechanicsburg in honor of Administrative Professionals' Day.

The greatest gift

The greatest gift

The greatest gift, a shop in downtown Carlisle, presented a $1,000 check to CURE International, a nonprofit that operates charitable hospitals and programs. The gift shop raised the money through its “Giving Library,” where patrons can take a new or gently used book and offer a donation of any amount. Pictured from left to right are Matt Tuckey, Kristin Tuckey, CURE International vice president Corey Deangelo and Micah Deangelo.

Community Education Coalition

Community Education Coalition

The Community Education Coalition hosted the final round of the Inaugural Franklin County High School Business Challenge on April 19 at the Franklin County Career and Technology Center. Three teams of students presented business plans in a “Shark Tank”-style competition for the opportunity to win scholarships. The first-place team created Grean Bag Inc., an innovative business focused on the manufacturing and sale of environmentally friendly bean bags. Grean Bag Inc. was created by Collin Griffin, Matthew Lynerd, Dylan Starkey, Nicholas Starkey and Austin Straley from Greencastle-Antrim High School. Their advisor was teacher Eric Brennan, and their mentor was Jack Scott of LSI Controls.

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