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Device Events LLC

By March 25, 2018 08:58 AM

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Device Events LLC

By March 25, 2018 08:58 AM

Madris Tomes, founder and CEO of Device Events LLC, gave the keynote presentation at a York County Women's Business Center Organization luncheon and shared her story as a female entrepreneur. She was surprised by the presentation of proclamation from the County of York by County Commissioner Chris Reilly for sparking a momentum for innovation and technology in the county. Tomes was winner of the 2017 "Rise of the Rest" pitch competition for emerging startups. Shown above are, from left, State Rep. Stan Saylor, York City Council Member Edquina Washington, State Rep. Keith Gillespie, Madris Tomes, Chris Reilly and York City Council Member Sandie Walker. CONTINUE READING

York Traditions Bank

York Traditions Bank

York Traditions Bank gave DreamWrights Center for Community Arts a contribution of $7,500 through the EITC program to support several upcoming productions. Above, at right, John Blecher, founder, COO and CFO for York Traditions Bank and a former DreamWrights board member, presents a check to Ann Davis, executive director of DreamWrights.

Central PA Planet Fitness

Central PA Planet Fitness

Central PA Planet Fitness representatives partnered with the Peyton Walker Foundation for a Scout Night Sleepover with the Hershey Bears at the Giant Center. More than 700 scouts and chaperones received CPR demonstrations, learned how to use a defibrillator and watched a video about sudden cardiac arrest on the big screen. The Peyton Walker Foundation supports sudden cardiac arrest awareness through education, screenings and training. Above, scouts learn about CPR at the Giant Center.

First Capital Federal Credit Union

First Capital Federal Credit Union

In conjunction with The York County Alliance for Learning, First Capital Federal Credit Union held a Career Exploration Day for 13 students from area high schools, who got a look inside the financial industry. The students learned about all the staff positions at the credit union, took a tour of the headquarters, heard from a career panel and engaged in a budgeting activity.

Giant Food Stores

Giant Food Stores

Giant Food Stores announced $1 million in grants to three local Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, awarded during Children's Hospitals Week in Orlando, Fla., earlier this month. The grants include $570,000 to Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, $280,000 to Penn State Children's Hospital Hershey, and $150,000 to Geisinger Medical Center, to be used for specific needs as identified by each hospital. The hospitals all support specialized care for pediatric patients. Since 1997, Giant has raised more than $42 million for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. Shown above are, from left, Allison Mason, Penn State Children's Hospital Hershey; Debbie Hill, Retail Business Services, Giant; John Lauck, CMN National; Chris Brand, Giant Food Stores; John Schneider, CMN National; Robin Valentino, CMN National; Kate Billmeyer, Geisinger Medical Center; and Lena O'Malley, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

Riverview Bank

Riverview Bank

Riverview Bank donated $5,000 to The Cumberland County Library System Foundation for its Summer Learning Program, which extends the school year by providing fun, free activities to area youth. Shown, from left, are Sharon Scott, David MacLachlan, Vanessa Miller, Carolyn Blatchley, Tara Major, John Nickey of Riverview Bank, Jairee Counterman and Anne Ellis.

Cope Company Salt

Cope Company Salt

The Cope Company Salt, of Manheim Township, donated $3,000 to Willow Valley Communities to benefit the Nurse Education Fund, as a contribution from the company's AUTOGive quarterly nonprofit donation program. Shown, from left, are John Connell, General Manager of Cope Salt; scholarship recipient Paige Hess; Jennifer Horn, Administrative Assistant, Cope Salt; Sinda Gochenauer, Nurse Manager at Willow Valley; and Dennis W. Griest, President and CFO of Willow Valley.

F&M Trust

F&M Trust

F&M Trust members filled laundry baskets at the credit union's locations in Cumberland County with sheets, blankets, towels, pillows and more for a Linens and Things Donation Drive, part of Safe Harbour's Annual Campaign. The nonprofit provides housing and support services for homeless individuals and families in Cumberland County. The donations will benefit Safe Harbour residents who often come to its Carlisle facility with few or no personal items, providing them with essentials to call their own. Shown above are, from left, David Luo, Safe Harbour treasurer and F&M Trust Investment Portfolio Manager; Tim Henry, F&M Trust President and CEO; Scott Shewell, Safe Harbour President and CEO; and Paulo Oliveira, F&M Trust Cumberland/Capital Region Market Manager.

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