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Highmark Blue Shield gives $5K to Meals on Wheels

Highmark Blue Shield gave $5,000 to Meals on Wheels of Lehigh County to subsidize meal costs for low-income seniors and adults with disabilities. The grant will subsidize 1,182 meals. Pictured from left: Michele Grasso, development director, Meals on Wheels; Jane Stone, community affairs, Highmark; and Pam Bechtel, executive director, Meals on Wheels.

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Valley National Financial Advisors wins volunteer challenge

Valley National Financial Advisors, a financial advisory firm based in Hanover Township, Northampton County, won top medium-sized company project at the 2016 Volunteer Challenge for creating welcome baskets for new residents at Easton’s Third Street Alliance for Women & Children. Valley National’s team, which is pictured, organized donations of living essentials and food, put together into totes and gift bags. Each welcome basket is presented to new residents at the Simon Mansion in...

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Fleetwood Bank awards scholarship to Kutztown High student

Fleetwood Bank award an $8,000 scholarship to Kutztown Area High School student Abigaile R. Fenerty to continue her education in the nursing program at Cedar Crest College in Allentown. The scholarship opportunity is offered to students in the Brandywine, Fleetwood, Hamburg, Kutztown and Oley school districts. The bank has awarded more than $162,000 in scholarships the past 16 years. Pictured from left: Edward Myers, assistant principal, Kutztown Area High School; Timothy P. Snyder, president,...

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Cityline Construction director hosts party to benefit Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Thomas Williams Jr., real estate director of Cityline Construction in Allentown, celebrated his 30th birthday by hosting ‘Party for a Cure,’ a benefit for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, at The Hamilton Kitchen & Bar in Allentown on May 13. Nearly 100 guests attended the event, sponsored by several businesses and personal donors. It raised nearly $4,000 for the society. Pictured are Tom and Tina Williams.

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