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Networking with Jennifer Glose

Jennifer Glose

About Jennifer Glose

A native of Allentown, Jennifer Glose has a deep connection to the Greater Lehigh Valley. Her passion for public relations and volunteerism in the community has allowed her to create a broad range of connections with area businesses. Her role at Lehigh Valley Business includes focusing on health care and on Berks County. Follow her on Twitter @jenniferg_LVB.

Forty-five years, seven million meals

It all began in Lehigh County on Feb. 1, 1971, when a group of 50 volunteers delivered two meals a day to nine clients on three routes.

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Making kids smile

Christmas Eve was just two days away, and as I sat by my ailing son's bed on the fourth floor of Children's Hospital at Lehigh Valley Hospital, tears streamed down his cheeks as he feared he would not be well enough to make it home for the holidays.

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The business of giving thanks

It was a crisp November morning about five years ago at the Allentown Rescue Mission's annual Thanks for Giving food and household goods drive when my kids and I were manning our volunteer post outside the Giant Food Store in Trexlertown.

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Pink it up

It’s that time of year again, when several of the many Greater Lehigh Valley businesses commit to daily or month-long events to join in the cause for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

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Women of Influence winner models in first fashion show

On Saturday night, Aug. 22, Maingate in Allentown will be electrified when Long Island sisters Lauren and Gabrielle Tomasino – owners of Glamour Addict salon in West End Allentown – bring their New York-inspired hair and makeup artistry...

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#YouthDay

The engagement and participation of youth are essential to achieve sustainable human development.

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The magnitude of mentoring

It’s obvious that none of us got where we are on our own.

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Searching for her 'inner Jeter'

Although the University of Michigan girls' softball team suffered a tough loss to the University of Florida in the final game of the 2015 Women's College World Series – the Wolverines' junior star-second baseman Sierra Romero is learning about...

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Going with the punches

“Theater builds social skills.”

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