Walmart associates volunteered to feed students on the first day of school Aug. 29 at the Boys & Girls Club of Lancaster’s Jack Walker Clubhouse. The volunteer effort coincided with Boys & Girls Club receiving a $104,000 grant from the Walmart Foundation to support its Supper Club program. Pictured from left, are Lancaster Walmart associate Milagros Ruiz, manager Jay Benjamin, and associates Betsy Hernandez, Diane Yoder and Lexa Negron. CONTINUE READING
Harrisburg Area Community College students of the Gettysburg campus completed 120 hours of certified nursing assistant training Aug. 23 at SpiriTrust Lutheran, The Village at Gettysburg. Front row, from left are students Robin Welty, Katlyn Ball and Denzel Lewis. Back row, from left, are Desiree Layman, Kimberly Stoudt, Courtney Mercer and Davi Mirandea.
The team at Art Communication Systems volunteered at Downtown Daily Bread in Harrisburg on Aug. 28. Throughout the afternoon, they served 84 people. Pictured are Amy Van Kirk, Rebecca Ford, Frank Ramirez and Wilson Wolfe.
The Colonial Park Rotary Club recently celebrated its annual Community Giving Day by presenting donation checks totaling $11,550 to several community organizations. Colonial Park Rotary Club immediate past President Aaron Hoke, front row, far right, is joined by volunteers from the community organizations.
Reilly Wolfson, a supporter of Conquer Cancer with a Quarter for the past 13 years, this year provided financial and volunteer support. Hosted by the American Cancer Society and Lebanon Broadcasting, the event at the Lebanon Valley Mall raised $30,566. Attorney Tim Sheffey stands with 42-year cancer survivor and Conquer Cancer with a Quarter donor Nadine Lyons of Lebanon.
Belco Community Credit Union joined National Night Out, a free event aimed at enhancing police-community relationships, on Aug. 2 at three locations: Swatara Township at Vanatta Park in Harrisburg, The Mix at Arbor Place in Lancaster, and Lower Paxton Township at George Park in Harrisburg. Belco also participated in the National Night Out celebration on Aug. 8 at Target in Hanover. This is the third year Belco participated in the local National Night Out by setting up a table with a free game and giveaways.
Johnson, Mirmiran and Thompson donated $1,000 to Junior Achievement of South Central Pennsylvania in support of its STEM Initiative in BizTown. Pictured, from left, are Barry Epley, senior vice president, JMT; Neil Beach, vice president, JMT; Kim Gentry-McGowan, director of BizTown; and Tom Russell, president, JASCPA.
Residents and team members from SpiriTrust Lutheran, The Village at Kelly Drive in York recently donated school supplies to Jacob L. Devers Elementary School. Residents and team members, front row, from left, are Charles Epley, Viola Bomar, Pam Conrad, Lucille Demyanovich, Melissa Hopkins, Barry Fetrow, Leah Page and Pam Geeseyand; back row, from left, Clarence Brenneman, Carole Fisher, Jim Weferling, Lyle Bowen, Anna Boogher, Harold Wentz and Paul Ruth Jr.