The Kidney Foundation of Central Pennsylvania presented the Founder’s “ACE” — Award for Clinical Excellence — to Kristy Washinger, CRNP with Nephrology Associates of Camp Hill at their annual Update on Chronic Kidney Disease Symposium held recently at the Hotel Hershey. From left are Dr. Larry Carroll, board president for the Kidney Foundation of Central Pennsylvania; Washinger and Tabitha Semancik, program coordinator. CONTINUE READING
Central Penn College's 12th annual Business Partner of the Year award recipient, Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union (PSECU), was named during the college's annual town hall meeting for students, employers and community members. The event took place May 3 in the Conference Center at Central Penn College. PSECU was selected because of its continued support of Central Penn, its mission and its students. From left, Kristin Fike, Rubina Azizdin, PSECU director of university development Mike Verotsky, Steve Hassinger, Dr. Karen M. Scolforo, keynote speaker Una Martone and Audrey Bare.
During its spring membership meeting, members of the Lebanon County Bar Association presented a donation of $20,500 to MidPenn Legal Services, a nonprofit, public-interest law firm dedicated to providing equal access to justice and civil legal services to low-income residents and survivors of domestic violence. The donation will be used to provide legal services for qualified Lebanon County residents. From left, Lebanon County Bar Association President Scott L. Grenoble, Esq., presents a check to Nicholas Matash, Esq., managing attorney for MidPenn Legal Services' Lebanon office, and Jillian Copeland, Esq., an attorney in the Lebanon office.
Team members from SpiriTrust Lutheran, The Village at Kelly Drive in York, recently volunteered their time at the York Rescue Mission and served lunch to Rescue Mission residents and the general public. From left are Clarence Brenneman, Viola Bomar, Pam Geesey and Melissa Hopkins.
TrueNorth Wellness Services presented at Millersville University on April 2 for the mental health conference “Coming Out of the Shadows: Shedding Light on Mental Health.” Their roundtable presentation, “Know the Signs, Reduce the Risks,” focused on Mental Health First Aid and ASIST, two trainings that educate individuals on mental health and suicide intervention. From left: TrueNorth Wellness Services staff members Larissa Jacobsen, Kara Anderson, Jayne Wildasin and Sabrina Valente.
Phoenix Contact celebrated its 2015 Top Plant Award on April 21 with a picnic. Nearly 500 employees gathered in front of a banner at the company's Middletown facility to mark the honor and kick off a company-wide “Collaboration” initiative.
Main Street Hanover and the Hanover Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated this year’s National Small Business Week. Pictured from left are Mayor Ben Adams; Justine Trucksess, manager of Main Street Hanover; and Gary Laird, president of the Hanover Area Chamber of Commerce, during the Mayor’s proclamation declaring May 1-7 as National Small Business Week.
A team from First Capital Federal Credit Union took part in the 28th annual Office Olympix event to benefit Easter Seals Western and Central Pennsylvania on April 21 at the Chestnut Ridge Banquet Facility in York. From left, Jeremy Ackerley, Wendy Bixler, Alicia Venable and Kelsey Bistline participated on the First Capital team.
The first Women’s Leadership Conference April 11, at Central Penn College in Cumberland County, featured local female leaders presenting on topics to promote empowerment, leadership and professionalism. The event was open to the community, local college students and Central Penn College students, staff and faculty. Conference attendees, from, left, are Tania Srouji, Rubina Azizdin, Dr. Karen Scolforo, Anne Deeter Gallaher, Sandy Sipe, Shelly Matter, Tracey Jones, and Abeer Srouji Allen.