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At the Highmark Caring Place in Lemoyne, Highmark representatives hosted students from 10 local schools who participated in mini-THONs earlier this year to benefit the Four Diamonds Fund and its support of pediatric cancer patients. Highmark presented recognition certificates to the students, who raised more than $625,000 collectively. The schools included Millersville University and nine high schools -- Carlisle, Central Dauphin East, Central York, Cumberland Valley, Ephrata, Hershey, J.P. McCaskey, Lower Dauphin, and Milton Hershey. In addition, Highmark donated $10,000 to the Four Diamonds Fund. Shown above, from left, are Suzanne Graney, executive director of Four Diamonds; Elizabeth Blosky; Hershey High School student Charlie Fackler; Amy Licata; and Kathleen McKenzie, vice president of community affairs for Highmark Blue Shield.

 

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