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
Local McDonald’s owner/operator Peter Ballantine recently honored Supervisor Cora Bradley for her more than 40 years of service with McDonald’s in the Lebanon area. The recognition ceremony took place during the restaurant’s Back to the Beginning community appreciation event. Pictured, back row, from left, are Ben Rauch, Michelle Hendrickson, Rebecca Hoch, Kelly Bennett, Emily Wescott and Brett Clark. Front row, from left, are Liz Bomgardner, Rita Evans, Nancy Englehart, Bradley, Ashley Schott and Mike Enck. Photo/Submitted
This photo was published online on July 28, 2014.
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