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September 4
  • From left, Justin Martsolf, Sharon Altland and Rick Dunlap of the Hershey Harrisburg Regional Visitors Bureau take a hard hat tour Aug. 7 with Laurene Buckley, Jack Scott and Lauren Nye of the Susquehanna Museum of Art to explore the bank vault that will hold a treasure of childhood activities when the new museum opens in January. Photo/Submitted
  • Dunkin’ Donuts of Central Pennsylvania partnered with the American Red Cross to host a blood drive at its Hershey location Aug. 5. All donors received a pound of Dunkin’ Donuts coffee through the “Give a Pint, Get a Pound” program. Throughout the month of August, everyone who donates blood at a Central Pennsylvania or Northeastern Pennsylvania Red Cross blood drive will receive a Dunkin’ Donuts coupon for a free doughnut and medium iced coffee.
  • York Township-based Kinsley Construction employees and their families and friends participated Aug. 2 in the 12th annual Senators Family Fun Run/Walk at Metro Bank Park. The “Purple Peppers” team has raised more than $17,000 the last two years to benefit the Epilepsy Foundation of Western/Central Pennsylvania. Photo/Submitted
  • Employees of Manchester Township-based Wagman Cos. Inc. participated June 20 in United Way of York County’s Day of Action by painting gazebos, weeding and clearing brush to improve the scenic outlook at Lake Redman and Lake Williams. Photo/Submitted
  • Susquehanna Township-based Hospice of Central Pennsylvania collected 401 pounds of food for the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank. The donations will provide about 330 meals to local families. Photo/Submitted
  • Six employees of York-based SF&Co. participated June 20 in United Way of York County’s Day of Action by washing and vacuuming eight vehicles for Bell Socialization Services. Pictured, from left, are Tim Vinson, Kim Fetrow, Clarke Freeman, Bambi Barnhart, Tom Allen and Rachael Potts. Photo/Submitted
  • Manor Township-based Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Homesale Realty held a Flag Day party at its Kenneth Road, West Manchester Township, office. About 70 agents, employees and friends helped plant flags along Kenneth Road. Photo/Submitted
  • The team from the Harrisburg-based Reynolds companies ranked in 40th place during the Millers Mutual Harrisburg Mile July 16. Pictured, from left, are Shawna Strine, April Ploutz, Tim Werner, Jeff Smeiles, David Hickey, Fran Theis, Jeff Merritt and Brenda Robinson. Photo/Submitted
  • Landis Homes in Manheim Township named Emily Blank, a Lancaster Mennonite High School senior, its 2014 Art Student Scholarship Award recipient. She was chosen for her charcoal drawing, “Starfish.” The piece will become part of the retirement community’s permanent art collection. Photo/Submitted
  • The York Chapter of Credit Unions gave Christian Eyster, second from left, and Abagayle Copp, center, $500 scholarships. Eyster is a student at Northeastern High School and a member of Members 1st Federal Credit Union. Copp is also a student at Northeastern and a member of First Capital Federal Credit Union. Also pictured, from left, are Dennis Flickinger, president and CEO, First Capital; Nadine Freet, branch manager, Members 1st; and William Bowker, president and CEO, Flatco Credit Union, and president, York Chapter of Credit Unions. Photo/Submitted
  • The Pennsylvania Credit Union Association named Lauren Hoffman of AmeriChoice Federal Credit Union the winner of its 38th Youth Ambassador of Pennsylvania Contest. Steven Dill of Widget Financial was named first alternate, and Devan DeShong of First Capital Federal Credit Union was named second alternate. Pictured, from left, are Dill; Maria LaVelle, PCUA board chairwoman; Hoffman; PatrickConway, PCUA president and CEO; and DeShong. Photo/Submitted
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