Off The Clock: Big Brothers Big Sisters Lehigh Valley honors businesses
Big Brothers Big Sisters Lehigh Valley recently celebrated the dedication of its Bigs, Littles, donors and community partners at Big Stories!, its annual recognition event at Iron Lakes Country Club, Allentown. More than 80 people attended the invitation-only dinner and awards ceremony. Anne Fearnside, a vice president with First Niagara Bank and Big Brothers Big Sisters board member, accepted the Corporate Community Impact Award on behalf of First Niagara. Nine awards were presented, and all received citations from Pennsylvania state senators and representatives for their dedication to the betterment of the community.
Phantom Charities donated $1,200 to LifePath for the purchase of a library of interactive games for LifePath’s new ‘Lumo Play’ gaming system. Games are projected from an overhead monitor through computer software onto the floor.Pictured from left are Jennifer Keeble, executive director, Phantoms Charities, Chrissy Hixson of Capital BlueCross and a member of the Phantoms Charities board, MeLVin (mascot of the Lehigh Valley Phantoms ice hockey team), Annette Kaiser, LifePath communications and development director, Bob Cox, a LifePath client, and Paul Coleman, LifePath CEO and executive director. LifePath provides services to those with intellectual and developmental disabilities and operates in the Greater Lehigh Valley, Bucks and Delaware counties.
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