Off The Clock: Keller Williams Real Estate honors local heroes
The Barb Bottitta and Joe and Deb Corcoran teams at Keller Williams Real Estate of Allentown honored local heroes including police, firefighters, emergency personnel and others on National Homes for Heroes Day. The teams provided breakfast sandwiches, coffee, doughnuts and orange juice to Cetronia Ambulance Corps crew members to show appreciation for their efforts.
New Tripoli Bank donated $7,500 to the Christ’s Church at Lowhill Food Pantry in New Tripoli. Founded in 2009, the food pantry serves Weisenberg, Lowhill, Heidelberg and Lynn townships and has 118 people and families registered. New Tripoli Bank’s branch offices are drop-off centers for food, and last year it donated 1,347 pounds of the 70,000 pounds of food that were given to the pantry. Pictured from left: Bev Kistler, Lowhill Food Pantry; David Hunsicker, president and CEO, New Tripoli Bank; and Michele Hunsicker, chief financial officer, New Tripoli Bank.
This photo was published online on May 29, 2014.
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