Off The Clock: First Citizens Community Bank
Mansfield-based First Citizens Community Bank donated $5,000 to to the Dutchmen Education Foundation, which supplements the academic, cultural and extra-curricular programs of the Annville-Cleona School District. Shown above, from left, are: Cheryl Potteiger, superintendent; Chris Pierce, FCCB regional board member; Jim Plummer, president of the Dutchmen Foundation; Elaine Mathias, district business manager; and James Rovito of First Citizens.
The Lebanon-based Anne Fund gave $6,000 to the WellSpan Sechler Cancer Center in North Cornwall Township for the facility's massage therapy room, shown above, as well as to support individual patients. Above, from left, are WellSpan executive Mike Kuhn, Sechler Cancer Center Nurse Manager Lindsay Ebling, and Tom Gerhart of The Anne Fund. The nonprofit, named for Gerhart's mother, supports families battling cancer and organizations for cancer patients through the Annual Anne Fund Sports Memorabilia Auction, set for April 13 this year at Hebron Catering in Lebanon.
This photo was published online on February 1, 2019.
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