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October 9
  • Employees of Aetna helped students of Downey School in the Harrisburg School District plant its American Heart Association Teaching Garden Aug. 29. The garden is one of several that Aetna is sponsoring across the country. Photo/Submitted
  • Employees of Manheim Township-based LMS Commercial Real Estate participated in a team-building zip line challenge Aug. 28 at Refreshing Mountain Retreat and Adventure Center in Clay Township. Pictured, front row, from left, are Joseph R. Deerin, Laree Gottschall, Patricia Naumann, Wilay Boensch and Crystal Smoll. Back row, from left, are Patrick Cullen, Jim Christoffel, Kelly Christensen, Ellen Smoll and Donnalee Sorenson. Photo/Submitted
  • Several team members of Lower Paxton Township-based Keller Williams Realty of Central PA East participated in United Way of the Capital Region’s Day of Caring by making or donating soft blankets for children that come to the Interfaith Shelter this winter. Pictured, front row, from left, are Sherry Enterline, Tami Yeager, Julie Hess and Lisa Montalvo. Back row, from left, are Anita Frank, Pam Johnson, Linda Goldberg, Lesla Sheeder, Terri DiBacco Justin Lapiska, Tina Faleshock, Valerie Taylor and Bill Butch. Photo/Submitted
  • Harrisburg-based Reynolds Enterprises Inc. participated in United Way of the Capital Region’s Day of Caring Sept. 5 by volunteering with Keystone Human Services’ Susquehanna Service Dogs division. Pictured, front row, from left, are David Angle, Rayna Miller, Fran Theis and Anthony Worrall. Back row, from left, are Shawna Strine, Mike Conchilla, Jason Erb and Brenda Robinson. Photo/Submitted
  • The Park Inn by Radisson Harrisburg West in Hampden Township celebrated the grand opening of its Pappy K’s Alehouse & Big Deck restaurant May 20 with a networking mixer and ribbon cutting with West Shore Chamber of Commerce members. Photo/Submitted
  • Future Leaders of York graduated its 25th class during a ceremony May 4. It is a nine-month leadership development program for high school sophomores and juniors. Photo/Submitted
  • Leadership York named Barley Snyder its 2014 Outstanding Business of the Year award for its ongoing commitment to the community. Pictured, from left, are Nancy Barry, board president, Leadership York; Paul Minnich, Barley Snyder; and Carolyn Warman, executive director, Leadership York. Photo/Submitted
  • The Lebanon Valley Chamber Foundation gave Nathaniel Flory, right, a $1,500 scholarship toward his studies at Pennsylvania College of Technology where he is studying residential construction management. Also pictured is foundation board Chairman Tim McShane. Photo/Submitted
  • Jonestown Bank & Trust Co. donated $520 to Domestic Violence Intervention of Lebanon County in support of its community program. The funds were collected Jan.1-March 31 as part of JBT’s “Make Change County for your Community” program. Pictured are Cindy Rauch, left, of JBT and Jennifer Snyder, executive director of DVI. Photo/Submitted
  • Rotary Club of Lancaster Sunrise named Anne Kelly and Ryan Fluck its April Students of the Month. Both are students at Manheim Township Middle School. Pictured, from left, are Rick Dickerson, Karen Evans, Liz Fluck, Ryan Fluck and Steve Bell. Photo/Submitted
  • Barbara K. Matthie, a business insurance executive at Springettsbury Township-based McConkey Insurance & Benefits, was given a Partner in Success Award at the 2014 Dress For Success South Central PA Leadership luncheon. Pictured, from left, are McConkey employees Julia Bowersox, sales/marketing coordinator; Diane Lepson, senior benefits consultant; Steven Buterbaugh, executive vice president/principal; Matthie; Norm Basso, president and CEO/principal; Erica Grimm, account administrator/PBA coordinator; and Brenda Snyder, benefits consultant. Photo/Submitted
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