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Newsmakers: Nonprofit

- Last modified: April 26, 2013 at 12:43 PM

Businesses featured this week: Dauphin County Library System, DreamWrights Youth & Family Theatre, Lancaster Public Library

York-based DreamWrights Youth & Family Theatre named Lauren Bass, John Blecher, Kim Graffin, Allison Meckley, Allison Ruman and Noah Schmitt board members. Bass is an eighth-grader at Northeastern Middle School; Blecher is chief financial officer of York Traditions Bank; Graffin is a certified public accountant and owner of Graffin Associates; Meckley is director of student services with YTI Lancaster; Ruman is a ninth-grader at West York High School; and Schmitt is an eighth-grader at West York Middle School.

Lancaster Public Library named Renee Ortenzio a part-time business reference librarian with its Duke Street Business Center. She has more than 15 years of business experience, a BS in general studies with concentrations in leadership and management from Duquesne University and an MS in library science from Clarion University.

Harrisburg-based Dauphin County Library System named Annie Garner and Sara Gellatly trustees. Garner is vice president of professional services and global account management with the Upper Allen Township office of social media company Mzinga. She has a BA in economics from Saint Michael's College in Vermont. Gellatly is Steelton borough manager. She was a staff accountant with Zelenkofske Axelrod LLC and has a BS in accounting from Penn State University.

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