Off The Clock: Phoebe basket social raises money for residents
In its 18th year, the Phoebe Allentown Basket Social raised more than $10,000 to support the Circle of Life fund at Phoebe Allentown. The fund is used to underwrite programming involving children from the local community and special musical events, as well as supporting the care of resident pets, plants and gardens on the Allentown campus. More than 500 people attended the social, buying 74,250 tickets to try to win one of 118 baskets. Phoebe Allentown received 161 donations from local businesses as well as internal departments and neighborhoods that pooled together to create themed baskets.
Miers Insurance of Allentown donated an automated external defibrillator to Blue Mountain Resort of Lower Towamensing Township with the assistance of Miers’ carrier partner, The Zenith Insurance Co. Pictured from left: Ken Serfass, account executive, Miers Insurance; Todd Fox, loss control, The Zenith; Ryan Amey, partner, Miers Insurance; Jim Dailey, general manager, Blue Mountain; Eric Kravitz, claims, The Zenith; and Ed Kupillas, risk manager, Blue Mountain.
This photo was published online on November 7, 2017.
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