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SpiriTrust Lutheran

By August 14, 2015 11:31 AM

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SpiriTrust Lutheran

By August 14, 2015 11:31 AM

York-based SpiriTrust Lutheran donated nearly $50,000 worth of gently used clothing and other items to Gettysburg Presbyterian Church for the church’s annual mission trip to Cheyenne River Lakota Sioux Indian Reservation in Takini, S.D. Pictured are Penny Messinger, left, co-director of the 2015 Lakota Indian Mission Project, and Glenn Miller, SpiriTrust Lutheran vice president for external relations. Photo/Submitted CONTINUE READING

York County Senior Games

York County Senior Games

Blandine Shriver, a resident of Normandie Ridge Senior Living Community, won eight medals at the York County Senior Games, where men and women over age 50 joined to compete in 47 events held at seven sites. Shriver placed in the following categories with medals: Wii archery, gold; basketball, silver; and football throw, Frisbee throw, bocce and soccer kick, bronze. Photo/Submitted

The Hershey Co.

The Hershey Co.

Volunteers from Derry Township-based The Hershey Co. volunteered at Dress for Success South Central PA and Tied to Success as part of its “Give Back Day” July 13. Pictured, from left, are Stefanie Daub, Katie McElwee, Ashley Jenkins and Rosa Martin. Photo/Submitted

Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital

Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital

Garry Gilliam, left, and Jordan Hill, football players with the Seattle Seahawks, visited with patients and families at Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital July 14. The players signed autographs, posed for photos and helped children with crafts and other activities. Photo/Submitted

McNees Wallace & Nurick

McNees Wallace & Nurick

Employees of Harrisburg-based McNees Wallace & Nurick recently volunteered with the Humane Society of Harrisburg Area’s annual “Christmas in July” event by setting up tents, weeding, gardening and decorating. Photo/Submitted

Little Learners Child Development Center

Little Learners Child Development Center

Little Learners Child Development Center held a groundbreaking ceremony June 10 for its Linglestown Road facility. The developer of the project is Vartan Group Inc. Photo/Submitted

LMS Commercial Real Estate

LMS Commercial Real Estate

Employees of Manheim Township-based LMS Commercial Real Estate celebrated “Red, White & Blue Day” on July 1 before the Fourth of July holiday. Pictured, from left, are Donnalee Sorenson, Cheryl Brubaker, Linda McCandless, Rich Ozimek, Brittany Durborow, Michele Young, Maurice Zekaria, Jill Millhouse, Lee Zekaria, Andrea Stelts, Sonya Durborow, Arlene Gray, Wilay Boensch, Sue Tice, Melissa Little, Karen Hartsock and Kelly Christensen. Photo/Submitted

McConkey Insurance & Benefits

McConkey Insurance & Benefits

Employees of Springettsbury Township-based McConkey Insurance & Benefits spent a day volunteering with Habitat for Humanity to build a house for a local family in need. The effort is part of McConkey’s yearlong celebration of its 125th anniversary. Pictured, from left, are Nick Mercadante, Tod Bergen, Mike Harter, Michelle Harter, Laura Mercadante, Pat Derstler, Diane Lepson and McKenzie Myers. Photo/Submitted

Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency

Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency

The Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency donated $7,500 to the Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Harrisburg Area to help with rehabilitation of a neglected home in Steelton. Sponsors and attendees of PHFA’s 2015 Housing Forum donated the money. Pictured, from left, are Brian A Hudson Sr., executive director and CEO, PHFA; and Antron Watson, assistant executive director, and Bill Wood, executive director, Harrisburg Habitat. Photo/Submitted

Aaron's Acres

Aaron's Acres

Manheim Township-based Aaron’s Acres held its fifth annual golf tournament May 18 at Bent Creek Country Club in Lititz. It raised about $66,000. Photo/Submitted

Landis Homes

Landis Homes

Lititz-based Landis Homes selected Brianna Scheidt as its 2015 Art Student Scholarship Award recipient for her digital self-portrait painting. She is a student at Lancaster Mennonite High School. Her painting will be displayed in Landis Homes’ permanent art collection. Photo/Submitted

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