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Harrisburg Rotary aims for higher profile (access required)

When your motto is “service above self,” you may not always be comfortable touting your accomplishments. But a low profile isn’t necessarily a good thing, according to Andrew Rebuck, who just finished a year as president of the Rotary Club of Harrisburg. Rebuck and incoming president Joyce Libby are working to promote the work that Harrisburg's Rotary Club does and increase its membership.

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Lita Heckler: Taking the leap (access required)

After time off to recover from surgery led Lita Heckler to the realization that she didn't like her corporate job, she set out to start anew. In 2008, Heckler began working for Edible Arrangements and today operates three of the fruit arrangement franchises in the midstate.

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Guest view: National eyes are on Philadelphia pay-equity case

In 1963 the Equal Pay Act was passed with the noble intention of eliminating pay inequality by making it illegal to pay men and women unequally for equal work. Although an initial step in the right direction, over 50 years have passed, and America still struggles with a gender pay gap. A case in Philadelphia is highlighting the divisiveness of the issue.

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