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April 18
  • Employees of Buzgon Davis Law Offices in Lebanon wore red Feb. 7 for National Wear Red Day, a campaign by the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement to raise awareness of heart disease in women. Photo/Submitted
  • Employees of Brown Schultz Sheridan and Fritz’s Manheim Township office wore red Feb. 7 for National Wear Red Day. Photo/Submitted
  • The Dart Foundation donated $25,000 to the North Museum of Natural History & Science to be the lead sponsor of the 61st Annual North Museum Science & Engineering Fair March 26. Pictured, from left, are Ruth Lugo and Ofelia Munoz-Castro of the Dart Foundation and Kerry Jordan Brigg of the museum. Photo/Submitted
  • Camp Hill-based Integrity Bank donated $1,000 to the Children’s Home of York. Pictured are Magen Shaffer, left, corporate sales associate at Integrity, and Laurie Anne Spagnola, president of the children’s home. Photo/Submitted
  • United Way of York County’s Prize Patrol surprised June Weber, left, of Graham Architectural Products, with a $1,000 shopping spree to The Bon-Ton Stores. Weber was a prize winner in the United Way’s annual campaign prize raffle. Also pictured is Theresa Dohner, also of Graham. Photo/Submitted
  • Camp Hill-based Momentum Inc. donated $1,000 to the Bailey House in Harrisburg. Pictured, from left, are Rob Carr, Beverly Bosak, Dan Andrews, Joan Line, Colleen Formica and Tim Smith. Photo/Submitted
  • The Credit Union National Association gave First Capital Federal Credit Union a second-place Louise Herring Philosophy-in-Action Member Service Award for its Deep Sea Savers and Rock Star Super Savers programs for young members. Pictured, from left, are Lisa Barshinger, Tara Houser, Amber Zorbaugh and Devan DeShong.
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