Off The Clock: Easton Hospital, businesses deliver turkeys to nonprofits
For the Thanksgiving holiday, the information technology department of Easton Hospital, in partnership with RCN, Crothall Healthcare, GC Electric and Edwards Business Systems, raised $1,100 to buy 350 turkeys that were delivered to four Easton-area nonprofits. Safe Harbor received 75 turkeys, Third Street Alliance for Women and Children received 30, Easton Area Community Center received 30 and the Salvation Army received 215. An additional $400 was given to Safe Harbor to buy other holiday food items. The turkeys were purchased from Giant. Volunteers in the photo include: Kevin Todd, RCN; Nick Loggia, RCN; Meghan Burke, RCN; Paula Fedorko, Easton Hospital; Linda Smith, Easton Hospital; Malissa Kurtz, Easton Hospital; Juan Williams, Easton Hospital; Glen Leatherman, Easton Hospital; Don Lutz, Easton Hospital; Ed Walsh, Easton Hospital; and Steve Couch, Crothall Healthcare.
Environmental Waste Minimization Inc. of Northampton and Rapid Response Inc., an affiliate of EWMI, received the Governor’s Award for Safety Excellence issued by the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry. The award recognizes EWMI for reducing workplace injuries and illnesses. The award was presented at the Annual Governor’s Occupational Safety & Health Conference in Hershey. Pictured from left (front row): Michael Acker, president, EWMI; Robert Maier, health and safety technician, EWMI; and Thomas Sidloski, director of operations, EWMI. Pictured from left (standing): Michael Vovakes, deputy secretary, Labor & Industry; David Pohwat, vice president of business development, EWMI; Greg Inman, vice president, EWMI; Joseph J. Fittos III, health and safety director, EWMI; Tim David, vice president of operations, EMWI; Bill Michalik, general manager, Rapid Response; and Robert O’Brien, executive secretary, Labor & Industry.
This photo was published online on November 28, 2016.
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