Off The Clock: New ropes course opens in the valley, offers leadership exercise for businesses
FreeFall Trampoline Park opened a new ropes course. Now open to the public, the ropes course is designed for business retreats and families and has a leadership exercise for businesses. Pictured is the new ropes course at FreeFall in Bethlehem.
Employees at A&T Chevrolet-Subaru put down their razors to raise $300 for cancer research through online and in-store donations for No-Shave November - a web-based, nonprofit devoted to cancer awareness and raising funds to support cancer prevention, research, and education. In addition, A&T’s employees and customers, in coordination with Grand View Health, provided both material needs and fun gifts to the families of three patients undergoing cancer treatment through the A&T Chevrolet-Subaru Holiday Cheer Campaign. Pictured from left are Jeff Allen, president, A&T Chevrolet-Subaru; Joe Fost, general manager, A&T Chevrolet-Subaru; Kimberly Rabago, oncology social worker, Grand View Health; Suzanne Rush, breast cancer navigator, Grand View Health; and Jeramie Treadway, sales manager, A&T Subaru.
This photo was published online on October 15, 2018.
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