Off The Clock: Event raises money for Women Build Initiative
The second-annual She Nailed It competition was held at the Holiday Inn Fogelsville. The event, organized by Habitat for Humanity, supported the Women Build Initiative. This year, 16 teams of women from area businesses and organizations competed in the relay-style event, where each team member was required to hammer a nail into a piece of wood in the fastest possible time. To be eligible for competition, each team committed to a minimum contribution of $1,000. The teams were also encouraged to seek donations and sponsorships prior to the event. Pictured are teams Spillman Farmer Framers (left) and two members of the Lehigh Valley Swinger (of Alvin H. Butz Inc.) on the right.
Brown Daub Charities of Easton donated $2,925 from its January sales to Personalized Books Given to Children. The organization, founded in 2000, has given personalized books to more than 36,000 first-grade students in the Allentown, Bethlehem Area and Easton Area school districts. Pictured from left: Laura Lueders, human resources manager, Brown Daub; Thomas Daub, owner, Brown Daub; and Terry Kennedy, CEO, Personalized Books Given to Children.
This photo was published online on May 29, 2014.
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