Off The Clock: QNB Bank sponsors annual literacy program
QNB Bank of Quakertown sponsored the North Penn Reading Super Bowl in Lansdale with a $1,500 donation. The program is designed to spark an interest in reading among elementary school students. Players from North Penn High School’s football team visited local elementary schools to read a book and hand out a football trading card to students. Pictured is April Donahue (in orange), QNB Bank branch manager, presenting the check to students and staff of North Penn High School.
Lafayette Ambassador Bank employees partnered with Bright Hope of Allentown to open a baby boutique to provide food, clothing and supplies for infants and toddlers and care packages for new mothers in the Allentown area. Over five weeks, bank employees painted, built shelves and storage displays and held a bank-wide collection drive to fill the shelves. The team also built a work room for Bright Hope volunteers. Pictured from left: Ed Pawlowski, Allentown mayor; Sharon Grant, executive director, Bright Hope; Beverly Pesaresi, senior vice president, consumer sales manager, Lafayette Ambassador Bank; and Gerry Nau, chairman and CEO, Lafayette Ambassador Bank.
This photo was published online on November 28, 2016.
This is Lehigh Valley Business's place to feature submitted photos of our readers out and about and after hours.
Off the Clock photos usually spend about a month in the current set of photos.
View the current Off the Clock photos.
Send Us Your Photos
We want your photos for Off the Clock, which features local events and our readers.
Submit your color images here
or email them to ChrisH@lvb.com.
Photos will be posted online as soon as possible after receipt.
Save photos at 300 dpi as TIFF or JPG. Do not embed photos in Word documents.
Photos sent through the postal service will not be used or returned.
Include caption information, including the name, date and location of the event. Identify people from left to right.
We reserve the right not to publish all submitted photos.