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Industries featured this week: Banking and finance, construction, designations, education, government, law, utilities

Banking and Finance

Lancaster-based Fulton Financial Corp. gave Robin Miller its Quarterly Award in recognition of her outstanding customer service efforts in the third quarter. She is a teller at the downtown Lebanon branch of Fulton Bank.

Construction

New Jersey-based Northeast Spa & Pool Association gave Aquavisions Inc. of Hampden Township two silver awards for residential geometric concrete pools more than 600 square feet in size as part of its 2013 Outstanding Achievement Awards — Builders Competition. The pools were judged on creativity, functionality, project cohesiveness and overall cohesiveness with their environment.

Designations

Tennessee-based SRS Council LLP named James C. Reynolds a Seller Representative Specialist. He is an agent with Manheim Township-based Coldwell Banker Select Professionals.

Education

Hershey Rotary Club named Kayvon Asemani, Dalton Awde and Megan Martz its October students of the month. Asemani is student body president of Milton Hershey School and co-chairman of the Hershey Community Youth Alliance, as well as a member of the varsity football and wrestling programs. He plans to study business in college. Awde is class treasurer of Hershey High School, a member of the National Honor Society and the captain of the boys varsity soccer team. He plans to study operational management and investments in college. Martz is a student at Middletown Area High School, vice president of the National Honor Society and a Key Club member. She competes in cross country and track and field and volunteers at Dr. Diane's Mobile Veterinary Service. She plans to study animal science/pre-veterinary medicine in college. Joshua Haverstick, Brett Mabie and Megha Patel were named November students of the month. Haverstick is a student at Hershey High School, a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist and a member of the Future Business Leaders of America and other clubs. He plays club soccer and lacrosse, has participated in missions trips to New Orleans and Philadelphia and works at Hershey's Chocolate World as a utilities attendant. He plans to study computer science in college. Mabie is president of Milton Hershey School's senior class and ranked in the top 2 percent of the class. He has participated in cross country and winter track and field teams and works with fellow students as part of the junior chapel program and homelife council. He plans to study accounting in college. Patel is a student at Middletown Area High School and a member of the National Honor Society, the Key Club and the varsity tennis team. She is active with the Hindu Temple and employed by Hershey Pharmacy and Hershey Care. She plans to study pharmacology at the University of Pittsburgh.

Government

Chicago-based Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada gave the Pennsylvania Office of the Budget its Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for the 2013-14 Governor's Executive Budget. The comptroller operations division received a Certificate of Achievement in Financial Reporting for its comprehensive annual financial report.

Law

Chicago-based National Association of Bar Executives gave the Pennsylvania Bar Association a Fastcase Luminary Award for excellence in marketing for its "animal magnetism" direct-mail campaign that resulted in 300 new members. The campaign was created to increase association membership and included a series of print pieces and emails using faces of animals to highlight a variety of PBA benefits.

Arlington, Va.-based American Intellectual Property Law Association gave Salvatore Anastasi a Project Award for his leadership of World Intellectual Property Day 2013 celebrations held concurrently in Alexandria, Va.; Charlotte, N.C.; Dallas; Denver; Detroit; New York and Silicon Valley, Calif. Anastasi is chairman of Lancaster-based Barley Snyder's intellectual property law group. He has a BS from Drexel University, a law degree from Widener University and a master of law degree from Temple University.

Utilities

Adams Electric Cooperative gave service awards to 20 employees. Journeyman second class Eben Boehm of Orrtanna, staking technicians Mike Chamberlain of Shippensburg and Tony McCauslin of Biglerville, warehouse clerk Karen Harner of Littlestown, communications coordinator Kami Noel of East Berlin, information technology coordinator Kyle Smith of Gettysburg and human resources coordinator Lisa Willet of New Oxford received awards for five years of service; billing services coordinator Jayme Hawn of Biglerville, meter reader and collector Wayne Huntsberry of Dover and journeyman first class Craig Mummert of Spring Grove received awards for 10 years of service; journeyman first class Mark Cramer of Shippensburg and accounting associate Joyce Shindledecker of Gettysburg received awards for 15 years of service; lead lineman Guy Gorman of Biglerville received an award for 20 years of service; senior staff engineer Brian Shearer of East Berlin and staking technician Cathy Waltz of Littlestown received awards for 25 years of service; accounting service coordinator Vicki Smith of Dover and member services coordinator Lynda Weidner of York received awards for 30 years of service; vice president of engineering Scott Wehler of Gettysburg received an award for 35 years of service; and human resources manager Dawn Bodenberg of Gettysburg and staking technician Rex McRoberts of Stewartstown received awards for 40 years of service.

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