Off The Clock: St. Luke’s Anderson Campus offers community garden for employees
St. Luke’s University Health Network’s Anderson Campus in Bethlehem Township unveiled Community Gardens, an initiative that will enable network employees to use the campus as an avenue to increase awareness about the importance of healthy eating and to encourage individuals to grow food. The new garden is 20,000 square feet and is behind the Anderson Campus. The concept stemmed from an internal committee at the campus with the goal of initiating wellness programs that embrace the St. Luke’s culture for employees, patients and visitors.
Quakertown Alive!, an organization dedicated to revitalizing Quakertown and its businesses, bought a new fountain from Campania International of Pennsburg for downtown Quakertown. The $6,000 fountain provides a focal point for the park area in the center of town. Pictured from left are executive committee members of Quakertown Alive! Paul Rose, Scott Orzehoski, Cheri Freeh, Naomi Naylor, Jann Paulovitz, Mary Ann Smith, Mike Cygan, and Nick Bianchini.
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