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RLPS Architects

By January 22, 2015 02:24 PM

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RLPS Architects

By January 22, 2015 02:24 PM

Manheim Township-based RLPS Architects built its annual gingerbread display with a theme of “Frozen in Time” for the firm’s 60th anniversary. Inspired by the film “Frozen,” the display features a glowing fishing village and town square, frozen bay, tundra, diamond mine, trains, tree-covered mountain and an ice castle. Pictured, background, from left, are Scott Hurt, Stefanie DePugh, Eric McRoberts, Carson Parr, John Holliday, Brian Crosby, Dan Godfrey, Jim Mehaffey and Erin Hoffman. Foreground, from left, are organizers Kristin Novak and Rob Beal. Photo/Submitted CONTINUE READING

First Capital Federal Credit Union

First Capital Federal Credit Union

York-based First Capital Federal Credit Union collected toys, hats, mittens and canned goods for Toys for Tots, Family-Child Resources, the Children’s Home of York and the York County Food Bank. Pictured is Dale Rexrode dropping off 130 pounds of food to the food bank. Photo/Submitted

Stephen Ministers

Stephen Ministers

Stephen Ministers, lay people who provide ongoing Christian care to people experiencing a wide range of life needs or crises, trained through Lutheran Social Services of South Central Pennsylvania were recognized for their service at a Christmas dinner meeting. Pictured, from left, are Lynn Linde, Denise Kelly and Lee Ann Strine. Photo/Submitted

YTI Career Institute — Lancaster

YTI Career Institute — Lancaster

Students and faculty at YTI Career Institute — Lancaster collected donations for an angel tree in December where students were able to submit the ages and genders of their children along with a list a few things they may like for the holidays. Then, students in the culinary arts program used tips from their simulation dinner to purchase gifts from Target to fulfill many of the needs. Pictured, front row, from left, are Samantha Ney, Ashley Moore, Alix Mauer, N. Dianne Gadbois, Sydney Hendrix and Nicole Dibernardo. Second row, from left, are John Rust, Aaryn MacNeil, Josef Jordan, Uriah Derr, DJ Red, Jordan Crone, Gage Zorger and Matt Klein. Photo/Submitted

Orrstown Bank

Orrstown Bank

Chris Brooks, a loan business systems analyst at Chambersburg-based Orrstown Bank, collected stocking stuffers to deliver to cancer patients at Penn State Hershey Medical Center who couldn’t get home for Christmas. Photo/Submitted

Orrstown Bank

Orrstown Bank

Employees from Orrstown Bank’s Silver Spring Township branch volunteered for shifts ringing the bell for the Salvation Army in front of Wal-Mart on the Carlisle Pike. Pictured is Mike Byerly. Photo/Submitted

Penn-Air & Hydraulics Corp.

Penn-Air & Hydraulics Corp.

Employees of Springettsbury Township-based Penn-Air & Hydraulics Corp. assembled 1,020 boxes of food for The Salvation Army of York to distribute to families over the holidays. Photo/Submitted

Ronald McDonald House

Ronald McDonald House

R Miller Autobody and Klick Lewis, both in Palmyra, donated 50 hours of labor plus the cost of materials to restore the Ronald McDonald statue that stands in front of the Ronald McDonald House in Derry Township. Pictured with the refurbished statue are Todd Young, left, auto detailing and body shop manager, and Pat Lewis, general manager, of Klick Lewis. Photo/Submitted

First Capital Federal Credit Union

First Capital Federal Credit Union

York-based First Capital Federal Credit Union and WGTY 107.7 hosted York Ladies Nite Nov. 21. For its booth, First Capital focused on its new rewards-driven line of checking accounts called Kasasa — something the company thought should make headlines. Pictured, from left, are Lisa Barshinger, Dale Rexrode, Alicia Venable and Sue DeStephano. Photo/Submitted

York Independents

York Independents

Lower Windsor Township-based York Independents participated in the LLS Light the Night event Oct. 26. Pictured, from left, are Virginia Clark; Annette Clark, COO; Sean Clark CEO; and Callie Clark. Photo/Submitted

CAM Innovations

CAM Innovations

Twelve Hanover High School students toured Hanover-based CAM Innovations machine-building factory Dec. 11 as part of the new metals lab curriculum at the high school. Pictured is Tom Harris, left, manager of technical services, demonstrating to students how the machine automatically cuts and strips wire. Photo/Submitted

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