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Scott Appnel, mobile recruitment manager of Miller-Keystone Blood Center of Bethlehem, is pictured with Steph Wells, co-host of Mike & Steph in the Morning on B104 radio. The radio station hosted the LOVE of LIFE Blood Drive at the Bethlehem facility on Feb. 11. The blood center nearly tripled its blood donation collections than what it normally receives on an average day.
Scott Appnel, mobile recruitment manager of Miller-Keystone Blood Center of Bethlehem, is pictured with Steph Wells, co-host of Mike & Steph in the Morning on B104 radio. The radio station hosted the LOVE of LIFE Blood Drive at the Bethlehem facility on Feb. 11. The blood center nearly tripled its blood donation collections than what it normally receives on an average day. Miller-Keystone Blood Center of Bethlehem secured a $2,500 sponsorship from Just Born Inc. of Bethlehem to help fund a new bloodmobile. The cost of the bloodmobile is $235,950. Miller-Keystone, which is still seeking sponsors, hopes to have the new bloodmobile later this year. Pictured are Miller-Keystone employees Janet Busse (left) and Sandra Thomas. Lafayette Ambassador Bank held a jeans day employee fundraiser to make a donation to Miller-Keystone Blood Center of Bethlehem for updating technology and bloodmobiles to ensure a continuous and safe blood supply, educational programs and more. Lafayette has multiple locations throughout the Greater Lehigh Valley. This photos was taken at the bank’s branch at 2005 City Line Road, Bethlehem. KidsPeace of Schnecksville awarded Susquehanna Bank with a donor recognition award for its $3,000 gift via the Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program in support of KidsPeace’s academic programming. The photo was taken at Susquehanna Bank’s Tilghman Street location. Pictured are Patrick Slattery of KidsPeace (left) and Sharon Geroulo and Ron Donchez of Susquehanna Bank. ATAS International Inc. finished first in the Da Vinci Science Center’s Ice Cream Wars 7.0 competition Jan. 10 in Allentown. The ATAS team capitalized on the popularity of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles with the team name of ‘Turtle Takeover’ and ice cream flavor of ‘Leonardo Da Minty,’ which proved to be a crowd favorite. The recipe combined mint ice cream and chocolate brownie, topped with a mint M&M candy. This is the third year ATAS has competed. Pictured from left are ATAS employees Ivan Garcia, Patrick Reinhart, Kevin Klersy, Eric Samley, Peg Bus, Chris Grover, Wendi Kirchner, Pat Carl and Anne Hicks. Quakertown Alive! donated $250 from bounce house proceeds at the 2014 Autumn Alive! event to the Quakertown Borough Police Department K9 Unit. The bounce house and donation were coordinated by Joan Pavlica, while members of the Citizens Police Academy volunteered to staff the bounce house. Pictured are Quakertown Alive! vice president Mike Cygan and police officer Bryan Lockwood with his partner, Kito. The Volunteer Center of the Lehigh Valley received a $4,000 grant from the Wells Fargo Foundation for projects including Project Blueprint (diversity leadership training) and Spirit of Volunteerism (corporate recognition event). Pictured from left are Paul Story, district manager eastern Lehigh, Wells Fargo; Priscilla Schueck, CEO, Volunteer Center of the Lehigh Valley; Karen Daly Smith, vice president of programs, Volunteer Center of the Lehigh Valley; and Molly Fleming, vice president, Wells Fargo. Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival Board Members attended the Cosmopolitan ballroom in Allentown to announce the title of the festival’s 2015 musical, ‘Les Miserables.’ Front row from left are Dennis Razze, Lona Farr, Bev Kuhar and Paul Domalakes. Back row from left are Joel Gilley, Casey Gallagher, Patrick Mulcahy, John Russo, Jerry Noll, Judith Harris and Lloyd Carbaugh.

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