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July 8
  • The Whitaker Fund for Math and Science Education, a fund of The Foundation for Enhancing Communities, donated $6,617 to Covenant Christian Academy in support of a dedicated science classroom. Pictured, front row, from left, are fifth-grade students Daniel James and Katelyn Springman. Back row, from left, are Robyn Burlew, academic dean, CCA; Emily Durrell, science teacher, CCA; Alison Mullins, CCA parent and former board member; and Jennifer Kuntch, program officer for community investment, TFEC. Photo/Submitted
  • Lebanon-based Good Samaritan Health System and the Lebanon County Ambulance Association gave David Kirchner a Lifetime Achievement Award. Kirchner is credited with founding the ELCO High School EMT program, which was the first of its kind in Pennsylvania and one of the first in the nation. Pictured, from left, are Ralph Backenstoes, LCAA; Kirchner; and Dr. Marc Bonin, Good Samaritan Health System emergency department. Photo/Submitted
  • Lancaster-based Susquehanna Bank donated $5,000 to Chambersburg-based Summit Health in support of its Children’s Wellness Days for third-grade students in Franklin County and Shippensburg elementary schools. Pictured, front row, from left, are Fayetteville Elementary students Evan Coy, Alivia McCrady, Addison Vandegriff, Alex Pazantonino, Reese Woodal and Steven Gormont. Back row, from left, are Joe Zmitrovich, senior vice president and commercial relationship executive, Deb Scalia, branch relationship manager, Eric Foreman, vice president commercial relationship manager, and Tim Johnston, market manager, Susquehanna Bank; and Nickie Fickel, Summit Health manager of community health. Photo/Submitted
  • York-based First Capital Federal Credit Union gave a $1,000 scholarship to Megan Hogan to earn a degree in biology/pre-vet at Virginia Tech. Pictured, from left, are Hogan’s parents, Hogan and Dennis Flickinger, president and CEO of the credit union. Photo/Submitted
  • The Arbor Day Foundation gave Hummelstown a Tree City USA award in recognition of its dedication to keeping trees in the community. For Arbor Day, the borough planted a streamside buffer on a property that was damaged by flooding from Tropical Storm Lee. Pictured, from left, are Jay Stanton, vice chairman, Hummelstown Shade Tree Commission; Jennifer Hine, associate director, Manada Conservancy; Amanda Donohue, chairwoman, HSTC; Oliver Dreon, secretary, HSTC; Ben Cooper, HSTC; state Rep. John Payne; Bradley Miller, mayor of Hummelstown; Mike Pries, Dauphin County commissioner; Andrew Brought, state forester with the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources; and Lily Woltman, Miss Hummelstown 2014. Photo/Submitted
  • Harrisburg-based Cultural Enrichment Fund donated more than $8,756 to Market Square Concerts as part of the proceeds from its fundraising campaign for the arts in the capital region. Pictured are Peter Sirotin, left, artistic director for Market Square Concerts, and Chad Barger, executive director of the fund. Photo/Submitted
  • The Pennsylvania Bankers Association inducted Steven Ulrich, vice president in the commercial banking group of Lancaster-basd Fulton Bank’s Lebanon division, into its “40-Year Club,” which consists of bankers who have completed 40 or more years of service in Pennsylvania’s banking industry. Pictured, from left, are Michael E. Kochenour, chairman, president and CEO of York Traditions Bank; Ulrich; and Patricia A. Husic, president and CEO of Centric Bank. Photo/Submitted
  • Volunteers with York-based Lutheran Social Services of South Central Pennsylvania’s senior companion program completed 20 hours of one-on-one training to review benefits and regulations, as well as discussions about the types of appropriate activities for companions to share. Pictured, from left, are volunteers Kay Perry and Cheryl Brosi; Lambrini Nauss, program director; and volunteers Joyce Chadwell, Audrey Hutsko and Marita Houston. Photo/Submitted
  • The Pennsylvania Bankers Association inducted Gary Watts, vice president of commercial banking at Lancaster-basd Fulton Bank, into its “40-Year Club,” which consists of bankers who have completed 40 or more years of service in Pennsylvania’s banking industry. Pictured, from left, are Michael E. Kochenour, chairman, president and CEO of York Traditions Bank; Watts; and Patricia A. Husic, president and CEO of Centric Bank. Photo/Submitted
  • Upper Allen Township-based AmeriChoice Federal Credit Union donated $2,000 to the Capital Region Partnership for Career Development in support of a promotional video that will showcase PCD’s programs and services to parents, students, educators and employers. Pictured, from left, are Lauren Hoffman, AmeriChoice marketing specialist; Mike Berk, PCD executive director; and Carol Fastrich Aranos, AmeriChoice vice president of marketing. Photo/Submitted
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