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Rutter's

By January 28, 2018 12:21 PM

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Rutter's

By January 28, 2018 12:21 PM

Rutter's gave $25,000 to the Junior Achievement of South Central Pennsylvania through the EITC program. JASCPA provides financial and work readiness programming to area K-12 students. In addition to monetary support, Rutter's has provided more than 68,000 beverages over the past nine years for the JA's BizTown program for fifth and sixth grade students. Shown, from left, are Derek Gaskin, chief customer officer at Rutter's; Tom Russell, Junior Achievement of South Central PA president; and Todd Rutter, president of Rutter's. CONTINUE READING

WellSpan and Ephrata National Bank

WellSpan and Ephrata National Bank

WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital and Ephrata National Bank recently committed capital funds to the Ephrata Public Library to renovate a building next to its facility that it has owned since 2003. A WellSpan Community Partnership grant of $30,000 and Ephrata National Bank's pledge of $20,000 over three years will help develop The Exploratorium & Community Commons, which will expand library services, provide meeting rooms for public use and create a community hub for northern Lancaster County. Shown in the future Exploratorium are, from left, Aaron Groff, president of Ephrata National Bank; Penny Talbert, executive director of the Ephrata Public Library; and Carrie Willetts, president of WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital.

Fulton Bank

Fulton Bank

The Lebanon Division of Fulton Bank gave $3,000 to Developmental & Disability Services of Lebanon Valley, which provides training and education services for people with disabilities in Lebanon County. Each year more than 350 people benefit directly from DDS programs, which serve individuals from birth to age 78. Shown above, from left, are Dayle Klinger, direct support professional for DDS; Jacob Beam, 2017-2018 DDS Ambassador; Aaron Whysong, Fulton Bank retail sales manager; and Kristen Watts, Fulton Bank market leader and commercial market executive.

BI Solutions Inc.

BI Solutions Inc.

BI Solutions Inc. celebrated 15 years of business this month with a dinner for employees and their spouses. A highlight for the company was the presentation of the Admiral Stanley R. Arthur Award by Vice Admiral Smith in a ceremony at the Pentagon in August 2017. BI Solutions earned the national award for its work with the U.S. Navy in logistics planning and execution on the LOGCELL (Logistics Cell) project, which transformed the Navy's supply chain reporting. The Harrisburg-based business offers consulting services for data warehousing and business intelligence solutions. Above, employees are shown at their anniversary dinner.

Jonestown Bank & Trust

Jonestown Bank & Trust

Jonestown Bank & Trust made a $7,500 donation to Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region. The bank also has an ongoing commitment to mentoring youth from low-medium income families through the Big Brothers Big Sisters “Beyond School Walls” program, where students are matched with JBT employees to gain professional and career experiences. Shown are JBT CEO Troy Peters, left, and Maddie Young, CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region.

M&T Bank

The M&T Charitable Foundation gave a $1,000 grant to Big Brothers Big Sisters of York & Adams Counties. One of Big Brothers Big Sisters' board members, Cheryl Riebling, is a branch manager for M&T Bank and helped the agency obtain the grant through an online application process. Shown from left are Cheryl Riebling; Joe Kirkenir, director of development and communications at Big Brothers Big Sisters; Linda Gorter, executive director at Big Brothers Big Sisters; and Thomas Koppmann, regional president at M&T Bank.

First National Bank

First National Bank

First National Bank gave $2,500 to the Girl Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania for its Girls Go STEM program, which provides hands-on training in science, technology, engineering and mathematics for scouts and operates a traveling STEM Mobile. Shown from left are Edward R. Barben, senior vice president and private banking team leader; Ellen M. Kyzer, CEO and president of GSHPA; and Gregory S. Conrad, senior vice president and regional banking executive.

Korch Orthodontics

Korch Orthodontics

Korch Orthodontics LLC, with offices in Hershey and Middletown, conducts an annual holiday toy drive for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Pennsylvania, collecting toys from patient families and team members in the weeks before the holiday. Orthodontic technicians Ashley Gerhart, left, and Krista Nolan delivered the toys to the Ronald McDonald House in Hershey to be given to the families of seriously ill children receiving treatment at Penn State Children's Hospital.

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