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SF&Co.

By April 10, 2015 01:57 PM

Employees of York-based SF&Co. raised more than $3,400 for Big Brothers Big Sisters of York and Adams Counties by participating in Bowl for Kids’ Sake. Pictured, from left, are Cathy Grove, Daryl Ryan, Tyler Schnetzka, Steve Mooney, Erik Moore, Rachael Potts, Charlie Price, Clarke Freeman and Tim Vinson. Photo/Submitted CONTINUE READING

Rotary Club of Lancaster Sunrise

Rotary Club of Lancaster Sunrise

The Rotary Club of Lancaster Sunrise named Manheim Township Middle School students Lucy Svetec and Greyson King its November students of the month for their school and community activities, leadership and academic accomplishments. Pictured, from left, are Rotarian Dave Neslund, Svetec, middle school Principal Karen Evans and King.

Exit Lancaster

Exit Lancaster

Exit Lancaster’s annual Pink Lancaster breast cancer awareness fund drive and community service project by Edward Hand Middle School students in Lancaster raised $2,800 to benefit Lancaster General Health’s Ann B. Barshinger Cancer Institute and the Rita Bonchek Cancer Care Fund. Pictured holding the check are philanthropist Ann B. Barshinger, left, and Dr. Randall Oyer, medical director of the LG Healthy oncology program. Also pictured are Kerri Bair, back left, wife of Exit Lancaster co-founder Ty Bair and daughter of Ruth Thomas, in whose memory the annual day of service is held; Jay Bucher, back right, president of the LG Health Foundation; and Shayne Meadows, second from right, Exit Lancaster co-founder. Photo/Submitted

Turkey Hill Minit Markets

Turkey Hill Minit Markets

Manor Township-based Turkey Hill Minit Markets donated more than $102,000 to the Pennsylvania Veterans Foundation. Pictured, from left, are Brad Chivington, vice president of marketing, and Tom Maroon, category manager, Turkey Hill; Mike Gould, chairman, Pennsylvania Veterans Foundation; and Darel Pfeiff, president, and Kim Hertzog, public relations manager, Turkey Hill. Photo/Submitted

Jonestown Bank & Trust Co.

Jonestown Bank & Trust Co.

Jonestown Bank & Trust Co. donated $1,500 to Lebanon-based PROBE in support of its financial literacy programs. Pictured, from left, are Debbie Santucci, PROBE counselor; Ed Martel, senior vice president of sales, marketing and branch administration at JBT; and Kathy Verna, executive director of PROBE. Photo/Submitted

Wohlsen Construction

Wohlsen Construction

Mark Rineer of Lancaster-based Wohlsen Construction received the gold medal for carpentry at the National Associated Builders and Contractors Craft Championship in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Rineer’s award marks the fourth time a Wohlsen apprentice has won the nation’s top award in the last five years. Photo/Submitted

Volunteers of America

Volunteers of America

Harrisburg-based Volunteers of America kicked off its Homeward Bound program April 1 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the first home purchased to house a homeless veteran and his family. The organization plans to purchase 150 homes across Pennsylvania over the next two years. Homeward Bound will help homeless veterans rent houses for a year, then have the option to purchase the homes for what VOA initially paid. Photo/Submitted

Lancaster Plumbing Heating & Cooling

Lancaster Plumbing Heating & Cooling

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

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

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