Off The Clock: Metro Bank
Swatara Township-based Metro Bank donated $1,000 to Harrisburg-based Brethren Housing Association in support of its Faith and Finances program, which teases financial literacy to single mothers recovering from homelessness. Pictured, from left, are Crystal Baxter, program director at BHA; Colleen Ensinger and Brad Garfinkel, vice presidents at Metro Bank; and Christopher Fitz, director of development at BHA. 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 August 12, 2014.
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