Off The Clock: Commuter Services of Pennsylvania
Springettsbury Township-based Commuter Services of Pennsylvania held its sixth annual Bike to Work Week Challenge May 12-16. Chris Weaver, pictured, was randomly selected as the grand-prize winner. He rode a total of 30 miles to his job at Penn State Harrisburg. Lower Swatara Township-based Phoenix Contact took first place as the employer with the most participants; it had seven employees log 197 miles. Photo/Submitted
Hampden Township-based Keller Williams of Central PA volunteered at the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank as part of its annual RED (Renew, Energy and Donate) Day, a tradition held by Keller Williams offices around the world. Pictured, front row, from left, Mauri Balsbaugh, Tracy Georgeff, Delinda Harper, Meghan Skelly, Shirley Kumler, Emily High, Karen Trynoski, Sylvia Hess, Isabel Warrell and Bekah Arnold. Back row, from left, are Erica Rawls, Ed Blum, James Hall, Tona Shaver, Joe Arthur of the food bank and Bill Morrow. Photo/Submitted
This photo was published online on July 28, 2014.
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