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Vision Resources of Central Pennsylvania

By February 23, 2015 11:40 AM

Harrisburg-based Vision Resources of Central Pennsylvania enjoyed the support of donors for a paint and create fundraiser Jan. 21. Photo/Submitted CONTINUE READING

LMI Advertising

LMI Advertising

Manheim Township-based LMI Advertising sponsored its fourth annual A Race to Remember 5K walk/run Nov. 8 to benefit the Alzheimer Association’s Harrisburg chapter. More than $7,000 was raised during the event. Pictured, from left, are Shawna Martin, Josh Jones, Dawn Umstead, Gregg Rineer and Tina Bellanca. Photo/Submitted

Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center

Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center

Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Lodge Lancaster Lodge No. 134 raised more than $6,000 at its annual Italian Day event Jan. 25 to benefit Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center of Lancaster County. Pictured are, from left, J. Scott Martino, co-chairman of the event and executive chef and CEO of Cortazzo Foods; Sam Altdoerffer, a client of Schreiber; and Andy Strevig, exalted ruler of the lodge, who was a volunteer waiter at the event. Photo/Submitted

United Way of Lebanon County

United Way of Lebanon County

United Way of Lebanon County’s Prize Patrol awarded Cindy Harris of GAF Roofing her choice of a 2015 Harley-Davidson Sportster, $10,000 cash from Fulton Bank, a $10,000 shopping spree at Boscov’s or $10,000 worth of groceries from Giant Food Stores as part of the 2014/2015 campaign incentive giveaways. Pictured with Harris, center, are, from left, Brian Lowthert and Ada Neidig, GAF; Kenny Montijo, CEO, United Way of Lebanon County; Pat Durning, GAF; and Julie Osborne, United Way of Lebanon County. Photo/Submitted

Hanover Area Chamber of Commerce

Hanover Area Chamber of Commerce

Hanover Area Chamber of Commerce held its second annual Mardi Gras Gala Feb. 21 in downtown Hanover. Proceeds benefited Main Street Hanover. Photo/Submitted

WebpageFX

WebpageFX

Harrisburg-based WebpageFX team members celebrated reaching the company’s internal initiative to donate $25,000 to a school in rural Guatemala, complete with supplies, teachers, technology and 20 years of building maintenance. Photo/Submitted

Community First Fund

Community First Fund

Employees of Lancaster-based Community First Fund volunteered at Lumina, a church and community ministry project in Lancaster, on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The team painted office spaces, cleaned and organized the food bank, and organized its professional clothing bank. Pictured, from left, are Dan Betancourt, president and CEO; Joan Brodhead, senior vice president and COO; and Gary Johnson, vice president of loan administration. Photo/Submitted

Milton Hershey School

Milton Hershey School

Derry Township-based Milton Hershey School’s Student Government Association held its Leaders for Life conference Feb. 28. During the conference, students heard from speakers including Jason Wolfe, Class of 1987, founder and CEO of GiftCards.com; retired Lt. Gen. Richard Zilmer, ’70, U.S. Marine Corps; and Bill Simpson, president and CEO of Hershey Entertainment & Resorts. Photo/Submitted

Fresh Creative

Fresh Creative

The team at Lebanon-based Fresh Creative wore red Feb. 6 as part of the American Heart Association’s National Wear Red Day. Pictured, from left, are Hope Frick, Sandra Anderson, Karen Kinloch, Bev Sherick, Bonnie Messick, Shelley Carpenter, Jay Jewell, Jim Kemble, Dinny Kinloch and Scott Miller. Photo/Submitted

Mountz Jewelers Harrisburg

Mountz Jewelers Harrisburg

Employees at Mountz Jewelers’ Lower Paxton Township location wore red Feb. 6 as part of the American Heart Association’s National Wear Red Day. Photo/Submitted

Mountz Jewelers Carlisle

Mountz Jewelers Carlisle

Employees at Mountz Jewelers’ South Middleton Township location wore red Feb. 6 as part of the American Heart Association’s National Wear Red Day. Photo/Submitted

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