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Herbert Rowland & Grubic Inc.

By April 17, 2015 04:41 PM

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Herbert Rowland & Grubic Inc.

By April 17, 2015 04:41 PM

Employees of the Swatara Township office of Herbert Rowland & Grubic Inc. held a friendly competition to raise money for the Central Pennsylvania Canine Rescue. All proceeds from the fundraiser helped support the organization’s mission to provide shelter and adoption services for homeless dogs. Photo/Submitted CONTINUE READING

 New Hope Ministries

New Hope Ministries

Kay Keller, left, and Molly Helmstetter of Dillsburg-based New Hope Ministries stand next to their team’s nearly-completed “Wings of Hope” butterfly design for this year’s CANstruction event at the Keystone Building in Harrisburg to benefit Project SHARE. Their team won the award for “Best Use of Labels.” Photo/Submitted

Kuntz Lesher Capital LLC

Kuntz Lesher Capital LLC

For the ninth consecutive year, Michael Hinerdeer, investment analyst at Kuntz Lesher Capital LLC, donated his time and ingredients to prepare homemade taco soup, which he sold as a meal for $6 with salad, bread and dessert, for a fundraiser at the firm’s Manheim Township office. This year’s sale raised $515, all of which Hinerdeer donated to the Hospice of Lancaster. Photo/Submitted

Millers Mutual

Millers Mutual

Employees of Harrisburg-based Millers Mutual volunteered and made a donation to the Humane Society of Harrisburg Area on March 28. Volunteers pictured, standing, from left, are Bob Murray, Tony LaManna, Aron Ward, Jacqui Lewis, Kerri Jordan and Tyne Stock. Kneeling are “Baby,” who is available for adoption, and Nancy Valdez of the humane society. Photo/Submitted

Cultural Enrichment Fund

Cultural Enrichment Fund

Harrisburg-based Cultural Enrichment Fund held its annual Red Carpet Soiree Feb. 28 at the Pennsylvania Capitol Complex. The event raised more than $142,000 for the nonprofit arts and cultural community. Photo/Submitted

York County Agriculture Business Council

York County Agriculture Business Council

The York County Agriculture Business Council gave its 2015 Outstanding Farm Family Award to Livingston Family Farms in Dover. The farm has been in the Livingston family since 1922. Pictured, front row, are George and Madeline Livingston. Middle row, from left, are Tim, Nancy and Colleen Livingston. Back row, from left, are Kate, Marissa and Ed Livingston. Photo/Submitted

ACNB Bank

ACNB Bank

Gettysburg-based ACNB Bank donated $2,500 to Adams County Habitat for Humanity. Pictured are Thomas A. Ritter, left, president & chief executive officer of ACNB, and C. L. Pete Ricker, board president of Adams County Habitat for Humanity and senior vice president of retail lending at ACNB. Photo/Submitted

Wells Fargo Advisors LLC

Wells Fargo Advisors LLC

Wells Fargo Advisors LLC in Lemoyne donated $10,000 to Junior Achievement of South Central Pennsylvania in support of its Real Life financial literacy program. Pictured, from left, are Robert Bowen, first vice president – investment officer, Wells Fargo; Tom Russell, president, JA; and Jennifer L. Buehler, managing director – investments, and Annabel Wherley, first vice president – complex manager, Wells Fargo. Photo/Submitted

Lutheran Social Services of South Central Pennsylvania

Lutheran Social Services of South Central Pennsylvania

Local seniors, from left, Ned Godfrey of York, Joyce Gladfelter of York and Michael Little of Dover completed training to become Senior Companion program volunteers with Lutheran Social Services of South Central Pennsylvania. Training includes 20 hours of one-on-one meetings to review benefits and regulations, as well as discussions about the types of appropriate activities for companions to share. Photo/Submitted

K&W Engineers

K&W Engineers

K&W Engineers celebrated the grand opening of the Susquehanna Art Museum Jan. 16. The Swatara Township-based firm was responsible for plan approval and site design services for the preservation and revitalization of the historic Keystone Building. K&W also prepared the property boundary and topographic survey, coordinated environmental investigation and geotechnical work, and provided construction phase services. Pictured, from left, are Greg Dice, Mark Kurowski, Meg Wade, Frank Lentz, Cheryl Spier, Mark Shrift, Tom Wilson and Ann Stacey. Photo/Submitted

Rotary Club of Harrisburg

Rotary Club of Harrisburg

Corinne Rebinski, left, senior manager at East Pennsboro Township-based Brown, Shultz, Sheridan & Fritz, was given the Rotary Club of Harrisburg’s Robert D. Hanson Rotary Excellence Award for her exemplary service and dedicated leadership to the Rotary club and the greater Harrisburg community. Also pictured is Jeff Boswell, past president of the Rotary Club. Photo/Submitted

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