Off The Clock: Capital Area Transit
Walter “Muss” Hillard retired Jan. 10 from Capital Area Transit after 50 years of service to the transit authority and CAT dedicated the big blue bus No. 1701 in his honor. Shown above, from left, are Tom Reynolds, CAT Interim General Manager, Walter Hillard, and Chad Saylor, Dauphin County Chief of Staff.
Ephrata-based Blue Ridge Communications is collecting Christmas stockings, holiday hats, candy, snacks, socks, cards and more for the Keystone Military Families' Stockings for Soldiers program, which wil ship the items to those serving in Afghanistan, Kuwait and Korea. Monetary contributions for shipping the care packages overseas are also accepted. This year's goal is 10,000 stuffed stockings. Donations will be accepted at Blue Ridge through November 16. Shown above are volunteers loading last year's collection of more than 8,600 pounds of donations. For a list of items and more details, visit Keystone Military Families on Facebook.
This photo was published online on January 26, 2018.
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