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Letter: With community support, LSS can continue to make a difference

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Earlier this month, we celebrated the 11th annual LSS Cornerstone Dinner, the largest annual fundraising event in York County. On behalf of Lutheran Social Services of South Central Pennsylvania, I want to extend my gratitude to the ongoing commitment and overwhelming generosity of the many individuals and businesses that have supported the LSS Cornerstone Dinner since the first celebration in 2004. The community’s ongoing support of this annual event enables LSS to positively impact the lives of York County residents every day.

In addition to giving us the opportunity to thank the community-at-large for its tremendous support, we had the honor and privilege to recognize the P.H. Glatfelter Family with the 2014 LSS Cornerstone Award for extraordinary philanthropic commitment to the York Community. A highlight of this year’s dinner was the keynote address by Mark K. Shriver, senior adviser to the CEO at Save the Children, who encouraged all in attendance to partner with Lutheran Social Services to make a contribution to our local community.

On behalf of LSS, I want to extend our sincere appreciation to our many sponsors and advertisers, especially our grand sponsor, M&T Bank, who has generously supported us at this level for all 11 years.

The 11th annual LSS Cornerstone Dinner celebrated making a difference, as demonstrated by our honoree, our speaker and all our committed guests and partners. LSS has and will continue to impact thousands of lives and is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of those in our community.

—Robert L. Rundle,

president/CEO of Lutheran Social Services of South Central Pennsylvania, York

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