Dr. David Silbert, center, left of patient, of Conestoga Eye in East Hempfield Township was one of 11 ophthalmologists from the United States to attend an educational conference in Tehran, Iran. He also was a keynote speaker and performed surgery cases for educational purposes. Photo/Submitted CONTINUE READING
Gettysburg-based ACNB Bank collected 330 toys for Holiday Family Outreach, which benefits low-income families and the elderly in the Adams County area. Bank employees also donated $625 to the organization. Pictured are tellers in the Biglerville branch Will Signor, left, and Ashley Salter. Photo/Submitted
The United Way of Lebanon County’s “Prize Patrol” awarded incentive prizes to three randomly selected donors who pledged to its 2015-15 campaign. Gay Kaylor of The Hershey Co. won a hot air balloon ride for six people, and Flor Martinez of Hershey Entertainment & Resorts won a cash prize courtesy of...
Children from John Beck Elementary School in the Warwick School District recently practiced healthy habits such as brushing their teeth during a visit from CHI St. Joseph Children’s Health and Hank the Health Hero. During the visit, Hank the Heath Hero kicked off the Brush Twice-A-Day Challenge. Children at the...
Lori Albert McCracken, director of education at CHI St. Joseph Children’s Health, and Hank the Health Hero recently visited Thomas Wharton Elementary School in The School District of Lancaster to teach children about the importance of healthy habits and to launch the Brush Twice-A-Day Challenge. Children at the...
Penn State Hershey faculty and staff around the region wore red Feb. 5 in recognition of the American Heart Association’s National Wear Red Day. Pictured are employees participating in the University Fitness Center’s Go Red spinning class. Photo/Submitted
Manheim Township-based RLPS Architects employees wore red Feb. 5 in recognition of the American Heart Association’s National Wear Red Day. Photo/Submitted
Susquehanna Township-based Capital BlueCross employees wore red Feb. 5 in recognition of the American Heart Association’s National Wear Red Day. The company also held an educational event with heart-healthy information at its headquarters. Photo/Submitted
The office staff of East Hempfield Township-based Lancaster Plumbing Heating Cooling & Electrical wore red Feb. 5 in recognition of the American Heart Association’s National Wear Red Day. They also created custom Valentines to add to the theme of the day. Photo/Submitted
Susquehanna Township-based Conrad Siegel Actuaries donated $15,000 to the Joshua Group in support of its programming for preschool and grade-school students. Pictured are 4- and 5-year-olds practicing math in a Joshua Group preschool program. Photo/Submitted
Londonderry Township-based Premiere #1 Limousine gave Robin and her husband a free ride home from her last cancer treatment Jan. 21. The company is offering a free ride in its pink limousine for registered members of its survivor’s club. Photo/Submitted