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Jack McNulty, vice president of management services, represented NAI Summit of Allentown on the panel for the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce Energy and Environment Outlook and Expo at Mack Trucks in Lower Macungie Township. The goal of the event was to provide a forum for tenants and landlords/building owners to discuss mutually beneficial efficiency improvements to leased spaces. The event had about 120 attendees. The panel included NAI Summit, Berger-Epstein Associates Inc. of Allentown, Sunburst Property Management of Allentown and Brookside Office Partners LP of Allentown. Also at the event, Lehigh Valley Environmental Innovations Awards – for businesses that exemplify best green practices – went to Crayola (large business) of Forks Township and Tower Products Inc. (small business) of Easton.
Jack McNulty, vice president of management services, represented NAI Summit of Allentown on the panel for the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce Energy and Environment Outlook and Expo at Mack Trucks in Lower Macungie Township. The goal of the event was to provide a forum for tenants and landlords/building owners to discuss mutually beneficial efficiency improvements to leased spaces. The event had about 120 attendees. The panel included NAI Summit, Berger-Epstein Associates Inc. of Allentown, Sunburst Property Management of Allentown and Brookside Office Partners LP of Allentown. Also at the event, Lehigh Valley Environmental Innovations Awards – for businesses that exemplify best green practices – went to Crayola (large business) of Forks Township and Tower Products Inc. (small business) of Easton. Provident Bank of Iselin, N.J., celebrated its entry into the Allentown market with the grand reopenings last month of its Tilghman Street branch in South Whitehall Township and Hamilton Street branch in Allentown. Pictured are Jean Polczynski (left), Tilghman Street branch manager, FeRROUS, mascot of the Lehigh Valley IronPigs minor league baseball team, and Dianne Valenti of Bethlehem, winner of a $500 prize during the ceremony. Pocono Medical Center’s Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner partnered with Women’s Resources of Monroe County and law enforcement to raise money for a secure digital forensic imaging camera. SAFE and Women’s Resources hosed ‘Fashion for a Cause’ to raise money for the equipment. The camera would reduce patient examination time by 50 percent and provide high-resolution images. The evening featured fall holiday fashions provided by The Apple Tree, a women’s boutique in Stroudsburg, and was held at The Lodge at Mountain Springs Lake Resort in Reeders. Pictured from left are Jane Kanyock, director of development, Pocono Medical Center; Sharon Sincavage, owner, The Apple Tree; Laura Kimpel, PMC SAFE nurse; and Ashley Almeida, The Apple Tree. From left, Paula Kilpatrick, branch manager at Merchants Bank, Barbara Kowitz of Northampton Historical and Genealogical Society and Sandee Kennedy, vice president and market manager at Merchants Bank, stand in front of the Heart and Soil Exhibit at Sigal Museum in Easton. They are celebrating the bank’s $2,000 donation in conjunction with Pennsylvania’s Education Improvement Tax Credit program. This is the fourth year that Merchants has made a donation to the society under the program. Jan Hench, owner of McCoole’s at the Historic Red Lion Inn and McCoole’s Arts & Events Place in Quakertown, received a humanitarian award from Lehigh Valley Area Youth & Community Theater for her support of the organization and its work with area youth. The award was one of many presented at Lehigh Valley Soul Music Awards ’14 held at McCoole’s Arts & Events Place. Pictured from left are award winners Charlie Brown of Charlie Brown’s Notorious Groove, an Allentown old-school soul and rhythm and blues band, Jan Hench and Larry Holmes of Easton, former world heavyweight boxing champion. More than 8,000 women attended the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia this month for the Pennsylvania Conference on Women. More than 100 workshops were offered as attendees got advice from experts on career, coaching, writing resumes and more. Greater Lehigh Valley attendees included Maureen Donovan (left), Center for Leadership and Workforce Development, Lehigh Carbon Community College, and Sue Fegley, Air Products, Trexlertown. Cornerstone of Bethlehem, a financial advisory firm, presented a $1,000 Robert Edwards Memorial Scholarship to a rising high school senior during the annual Lehigh Valley SportsFest. This is the seventh consecutive year that Cornerstone has been a sponsor of this post-secondary scholarship. Pictured are Chris Lakatosh of Cornerstone and the 2014 tournament winners. Nestlé Waters of Upper Macungie Township hosted its annual water education festival ‘Make A Splash’ with more than 1,000 Lehigh Valley students. The 11th year of the festival, at the Wildlands Conservancy in Emmaus, was created to teach students about environmental awareness and water conservation with hands-on activities and lessons. Pictured is a Nestlé employee who is teaching students at the event. Big Brothers Big Sisters Lehigh Valley raised more than $98,000 at its annual golf tournament at Lehigh Country Club. Proceeds from the John Walson Jr. Memorial Open benefit the agency’s community based mentoring program. Pictured from left are employees of PPL EnergyPlus: Rob Gabbard, Terry Crupi, Don Loughney and Jeffrey Bell. Riverview Bank made a $3,500 donation to the Wilson Education Foundation as part of its participation in Educational Improvement Tax Credit funding. Pictured from left are Ginger Kunkel, director of retail banking for Riverview Bank; Kristin Kramer, executive director of the Wilson Education Foundation; and Greg Kline, president of the Berks Region of Riverview Bank. Riverview Bank made a $3,500 donation to the Wyomissing Area Education Foundation as part of its participation in Educational Improvement Tax Credit funding. Pictured from left are Ginger Kunkel, director of retail banking for Riverview Bank; Heidi Masano, president of the board of directors, Wyomissing Area Education Foundation; Karen Moser, executive director, Wyomissing Area Education Foundation; and Greg Kline, president of Berks region of Riverview Bank. At the International Chambers Networking Event, hosted at the Bellevue Hyatt in Philadelphia, Kayte Connelly (left) of Best Principled Solutions and Alvaro Diaz and Sandra Soliman of International Business Council, Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce, met with representatives from 14 chambers representing businesses around the globe. American Crane and Equipment Corp. in Douglassville invited students from Exeter High School in Berks County interested in science, technology, engineering and math to its plant for an in-depth look into the daily operations of a manufacturing company. The students learned what qualifications are necessary to design, engineer and manufacture a wide range of overhead lifting equipment. Pictured are 35 students from Exeter High School and employees of American Crane. The Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union presented $75,000 for a scholarship fund at Northampton Community College. Pictured are Greg Smith (left), PSECU president, and Mark Erickson, NCC president.

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