Off The Clock: QNB Bank sponsors competition for Habitat for Humanity
QNB Bank of Quakertown sponsored and participated in the ‘She Nailed It!’ social and competitive event at ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks in Bethlehem. The annual fundraiser benefits Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build initiative, designed to recruit, educate and empower women to break stereotypes and fight poverty in housing. This year’s donations benefited a Women Build home in Bethlehem to be purchased by a Habitat homebuyer. Pictured from left are QNB employees Courtney Covelens, vice president and commercial lending officer, Sherrie Rotenberger, senior vice president of retail banking and branch manager, Jennifer James, commercial credit analyst, and Lynn Housenick, associate vice president and retail banking analyst.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Lehigh Valley Chapter recognized Greater Lehigh Valley businessmen and women at the Lehigh Valley Man& Woman of the Year grandfinale gala at DeSales University, Upper Saucon Township. The 10-week fundraisingcampaign by 17 people raised $732,447. Pictured from left are 10 of the fundraisers:Thomas Hartzell, Tim Burke, John Buckley Jr., Mae Ianni, Ron Jerdon, LinaLobach, Kim Yarnall, Michelle Barbieri, Robyn Cavallaro, Loren Robinson, Mike Clark and Nicholas Loggia Jr.
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