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Off The Clock: First Citizens Community Bank

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First Citizens Community Bank made a donation to the Cold for a Cause Polar Plunge, a fundraiser for the Developmental and Disability Services (DDS) of Lebanon Valley, which provides training and education services for those with disabilities. From left are Jim Rovito, First Citizens market executive; Jacob Beam, DDS Ambassador; Jessica Penchard, vice president for public relations and development for DDS; and Dave Leggat, manager of First Citizens' Isabel Drive and Lebanon Valley Mall locations.


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