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Lancaster Plumbing Heating & Cooling

By March 24, 2015 04:48 PM

The office staff at East Hempfield Township-based Lancaster Plumbing Heating & Cooling celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with the “wearing of the green.” Even the office dog, Nala, participated. Photo/Submitted CONTINUE READING

White Rose Credit Union

White Rose Credit Union

Springettsbury Township-based White Rose Credit Union named Frankie Marquet, second from left, of Dallastown Area High School the winner of its annual high school video challenge. Students from high schools in York and Adams counties can submit a 30-second PSA/commercial to be aired on a local Comcast station or local movie theater. Also pictured are, from left, Mark Zigler, executive VP, WRCU; Deb Kauffman, CEO, WRCU; Matt Brosey, second-place winner, Dallastown HS; Joe Klinedinst, media teacher at Dallastown HS; and David Linthicum, third-place winner, Dallastown HS. Photo/Submitted

100 Women Who Care

100 Women Who Care

The Lancaster County chapter of 100 Women Who Care held its inaugural meeting March 11, where it raised more than $13,000 for Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center. At the meeting, Schreiber, Lancaster Area Habitat for Humanity and A Women’s Concern each made a five-minute presentation, followed by a five-minute question-and-answer session. Then the 133 members of the group voted to determine the cause to receive a $100 donation from each woman. Pictured is James W. DeBord, third from left, president of Schreiber, with the 100 Women Who Care committee members, from left, Kate Zimmerman, Sarah Yohe, Becky Nguyen, Amy Balestier, Kate Kooker and Stacie Reidenbaugh. Photo/Beth Cardwell Photography

JFC Staffing Co.

JFC Staffing Co.

During the Keystone Chapter of the Associated Builders & Contractors’ Chili Cook Off fundraising event, the team from Camp Hill-based JFC Staffing Co. was awarded first place for best theme, which was the Academy Awards. Photo/Submitted

York County Alliance for Learning

York County Alliance for Learning

York County Alliance for Learning hosted a Career Opportunities Day March 12 for 155 York County high school sophomores, juniors and seniors. The event was the culmination of the Career Opportunities Program, an in-school curriculum available to York County high school juniors and seniors preparing to enter the professional workforce. Photo/Submitted

Gavin Advertising

Gavin Advertising

York County Economic Alliance named York-based Gavin Advertising its 2015 Small Business of the Year. The award is given to a for-profit company with fewer than 100 employees and less than $10 million in revenue that has shown growth in employees and sales volume during the past three years and has significant involvement in YCEA and the community. Photo/Submitted

Brewery Products Co.

Brewery Products Co.

Springettsbury Township-based Brewery Products Co.’s “Bud Men for Boobies” campaign raised more than $15,000 for the Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition. Pictured are several of Brewery Products’ employees during a fundraising event. Photo/Submitted

YTI Career Institute

YTI Career Institute

Dental assisting students from the York and Lancaster campuses of YTI Career Institute participated in a Sealant Saturday event Feb. 28 at Water Street Health Services’ dental clinic in Lancaster. Students volunteered their time to assist in radiographs, sterilization and sealant procedures. Pictured, back row, from left, are Jennifer Stone, dental assisting program coordinator; students Audrey Kamarauskas and Trinh Huynh; instructor Gina Barton; and student Richelle Harbst. Front row, from left, are students Nicole Snell, Shelsie Mangual and Sarah Harbst. Photo/Submitted

ACNB Bank

ACNB Bank

Gettysburg-based ACNB Bank donated $5,000 to the YWCA of Gettysburg & Adams County's child care program. Pictured with children from the program are, from left, Anya Conner, YWCA child care employee; Ashley Andyshak-Hayes, YWCA director of advocacy and public relations; Kathy Hansel, ACNB Bank first vice president and controller; Lynda Glass, ACNB Bank executive vice president and chief risk officer; Paula Howard, YWCA children and youth director; and Jeff Cann, YWCA director of finance and administration. Sitting in front with two children is Ruth Blinn, YWCA child care employee. Photo/Submitted

Members 1st Federal Credit Union

Members 1st Federal Credit Union

Lower Allen Township-based Members 1st Federal Credit Union donated more than $28,000 to the Children’s Miracle Network at Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital. Pictured, from left, are Megan Youtz, Bob Marquette, Nicole Hahnlen, George Nahodil and Deana Deeter. Photo/Submitted

Shipley Energy

Shipley Energy

A team of volunteers from York-based Shipley Energy recently volunteered with Habitat for Humanity rehabbing a house in downtown York. Photo/Submitted

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