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Vincent Fazio, owner of Keystone Leadership Group LLC of Salisbury Township and senior partner and member of the Leadership Council of the Leadership Management Institute, was recognized for National Account Certification Level III by LMI, a procedure requiring significant and consistent levels of sales, detailed facilitation coursework and critical peer reviews of training sessions. He is now certified to facilitate LMI processes for clients of any LMI franchise partners across the country.

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Via of the Lehigh Valley said American Bank of South Whitehall Township donated $13,500 to Lehigh Children’s Academy, a service of Via, toward scholarships through the Educational Improvement Tax Credit program. Of the total, $6,000 will fund pre-kindergarten scholarships and $7,500 will fund kindergarten scholarships.


St. Luke’s Miners Rural Health Clinics of Coaldale received the 2018 Outstanding Rural Health Organization Award from the National Rural Health Association. The award, which recognizes St. Luke’s commitment to expanding and improving access to health care in Carbon and Schuylkill counties, was presented recently at the NRHA’s Annual Rural Health Conference and Rural Hospital Innovation Summit in New Orleans.

Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin of Lansdale said Doug Zeiders was presented with the Variety Club’s 2018 Golden Heart of Variety Award. Zeiders is a member of the board of Variety, a children’s charity, having recently completed a term as president from March 2014 to November 2017.

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration certified Glen-Gery Brick’s mid-Atlantic plant as a “Star” worksite in the agency’s voluntary protection programs, the highest level of recognition for workplace safety and health excellence. The past three years, the Shoemakersville brick manufacturer recorded an injury and illness rate 21 percent below the industry’s national average.

ATAS International Inc. of Upper Macungie Township honored its 2017 Project of the Year winners at a recent awards banquet. This annual competition recognizes projects in which ATAS products have been incorporated into the design of the building. Receiving first-place honors for commercial roofs was the Sprinkles at Disney Springs project in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. In the commercial walls category, the Ascent Uptown project in Charlotte, N.C., designed by R2L:Architects, took first place.


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