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October 17
  • Local McDonald’s franchises thanked local schools and teachers by making early-morning deliveries of coffee. Pictured are Chris Lesher, left, local McDonald’s owner/operator, and Deb Kemp, receptionist at York Catholic High School. Photo/Submitted
  • Millersburg-based Mid Penn Bank President and CEO Rory G. Ritrievi, pictured taking the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, challenged the bank’s employees and promised to match up to $2,000 of the total. Employees raised $2,641 and altogether $4,641 was donated to the Greater Philadelphia Chapter of the ALS Association. Photo/Submitted
  • Rotary Club of York sponsored Mallory Kravitz, second from left, a senior at Dallastown Area High School, for an exchange year abroad in Denmark, where she attended high school classes taught in Danish. She is seen with friends from her Danish school, as well as other exchange students. Photo/Submitted
  • The United Way of Lebanon County announced a goal of $1.85 million for its 2014/2015 fundraising campaign during its kick-off celebration Sept. 4. As part of the event, a hot air balloon was tethered in the front lawn of Hill Farm Estates in North Annville Township for guests to take short rides.
  • Employees of Lower Paxton Township-based LW Consulting Inc. provided and prepared a dinner for the families staying at the Ronald McDonald House in Derry Township Sept. 9. Pictured, from left, are Rod Farley, Jim Wright, Rob Maxwell, Mike Megill, Sharon Gordon and Gary Heinrich. Photo/Submitted
  • York-based First Capital Federal Credit Union collected items during the month of August to send care packages to our troops overseas. The donations were given to Support Our American Recruits, which is affiliated with the York-Adams Chapter of the American Red Cross. Pictured is Becky Bair, volunteer leader with SOAR. Photo/Submitted
  • Employees of Aetna helped students of Downey School in the Harrisburg School District plant its American Heart Association Teaching Garden Aug. 29. The garden is one of several that Aetna is sponsoring across the country. Photo/Submitted
  • Employees of Manheim Township-based LMS Commercial Real Estate participated in a team-building zip line challenge Aug. 28 at Refreshing Mountain Retreat and Adventure Center in Clay Township. Pictured, front row, from left, are Joseph R. Deerin, Laree Gottschall, Patricia Naumann, Wilay Boensch and Crystal Smoll. Back row, from left, are Patrick Cullen, Jim Christoffel, Kelly Christensen, Ellen Smoll and Donnalee Sorenson. Photo/Submitted
  • Several team members of Lower Paxton Township-based Keller Williams Realty of Central PA East participated in United Way of the Capital Region’s Day of Caring by making or donating soft blankets for children that come to the Interfaith Shelter this winter. Pictured, front row, from left, are Sherry Enterline, Tami Yeager, Julie Hess and Lisa Montalvo. Back row, from left, are Anita Frank, Pam Johnson, Linda Goldberg, Lesla Sheeder, Terri DiBacco Justin Lapiska, Tina Faleshock, Valerie Taylor and Bill Butch. Photo/Submitted
  • Harrisburg-based Reynolds Enterprises Inc. participated in United Way of the Capital Region’s Day of Caring Sept. 5 by volunteering with Keystone Human Services’ Susquehanna Service Dogs division. Pictured, front row, from left, are David Angle, Rayna Miller, Fran Theis and Anthony Worrall. Back row, from left, are Shawna Strine, Mike Conchilla, Jason Erb and Brenda Robinson. Photo/Submitted
  • The Park Inn by Radisson Harrisburg West in Hampden Township celebrated the grand opening of its Pappy K’s Alehouse & Big Deck restaurant May 20 with a networking mixer and ribbon cutting with West Shore Chamber of Commerce members. Photo/Submitted
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