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April 4
  • United Way of York County’s Prize Patrol surprised Ann Sparks, an employee at Mental Health America of York & Adams Counties, with a 2014 Harley-Davidson FLS Softail Slim motorcycle. Sparks was the grand prize winner of the United Way’s annual campaign prize raffle. Photo/Submitted
  • Pro-Builders held a “charity of your choice” giveaway at its booth at the YBA Builders Show. Glenda Naylor, second from right, won a $500 donation to the SPCA of York County. Also pictured, from left, are Anthony Billet, Pro-Builders; Todd Hevner, SPCA; and Nicole Dannehl, Pro-Builders. Photo/Submitted
  • Capital Beginnings, an initiative of The Foundation for Enhancing Communities, raised $1,000 in partnership with Harristown Development Corp. and Mid-Atlantic Corporate Federal Credit Union to purchase school supplies for underserved children in Dauphin County. Pictured is Jeanne Predmore, project manager. Photo/Submitted
  • Residents and employees of Elmcroft Senior Living in North Cornwall Township raised $600 through a baked goods and candy sale to benefit the Lebanon County Food Bank. Pictured, from left, are Troy Williams, Lebanon County Christian Ministries; Linda Higgins, Elmcroft; and residents Ed Greiner and Betty Devine. Photo/Submitted
  • Employees of Springettsbury Township-based Brewery Products Co. raised more than $8,000 for the PA Breast Cancer Coalition during its Budmen for Boobies campaign. The team participated in guest bartending events and other promotions to raise the funds. Photo/Submitted
  • Lebanon Valley College student Emily Peters, right, president of LVC’s Music Industry Students’ Association, and the Rev. Paul Fullmer, left, who serves as the director of community service at the college, present a $600 check to Lee Smedley, volunteer director of Palmyra Circles of Lebanon County. Photo/Submitted
  • JPL presented Impact Awards to, back row, from left Kevin Knoll, Joel Chambers, Scott Sullivan, Ashley Doherty, Ron Diemicke and Frank Rowland. Front row, from left, Kelly Kautz, Jason Whetstone, Matt Woods and Susan Cort. Photo/Submitted
  • A “flash mob” performed hands-only CPR on mannequins while a choir of Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center employees sang “Stayin' Alive” at The Hershey Story in Derry Township. About 200 people participated in activities at the museum to learn about the life-saving technique. Photo/Submitted
  • UGI Utilities Inc. donated $5,000 to Junior Achievement of Central PA. Tammie Lowry, third from right, UGI, presented the check at Henry House Elementary School to students, from left, Jahiel Ruffin Montgomery, Emily Boger, Kahiel Ruffin Montgomery, Ciani Torres, Andrew Houck and Gianna Hernandez. Photo/Submitted
  • Volunteers from Swatara Township-based Metro Bank celebrated MLK Day of Service by moving the Joshua Group, an at-risk mentoring organization for youth primarily in the Allison Hill neighborhood, into its new Harrisburg home on Market Street. The bank donated the property to the Joshua Group in 2013. Photo/Submitted
  • East Lampeter Township-based Paul Davis Restorations held a pre-Super Bowl networking event Jan. 30 along with Upper Leacock Township-based EHC Associates Inc. and WPMT Fox43 in York Township. Pictured, from left, are hosts Ted Gallagher of EHC, Katie Breit of Fox43 and Steve Rotay of Paul Davis. Photo/Submitted
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