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AWARDS

Atomic Bounce has been selected for the 2013 Best of York Award in the Party Planning Service category by the York Award Program.

CERTIFICATIONS

Julia R. Bowersox, sales/marketing coordinator at McConkey Insurance & Benefits, has earned her PA Property & Casualty License.

DoNATIONS/GRANTS

Children's Home of York received donations from Philadelphia Insurance Companies, Susquehanna Bank and Weis Markets as part of the Education Improvement Tax Credit Program. The funds will help with the organization's Bridges Program.

Wagman Companies Inc. sponsored a Stick It To Hunger food drive to benefit the York County Food Bank. Employees contributed by donating requested items at Wagman's York offices.

The Cultural Alliance of York County, as the Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts (PPA) partner for York, Adams, Franklin, and Fulton Counties, awarded 13 PPA project stream grants for arts-related projects occurring in 2013-2014. Organizations in York County receiving project stream grants are as follows: Stewartstown Senior Center received funding to produce an art class at the Stewartstown Senior Center for the public; the White Rose Chorus received funding to produce their annual show at West York Area High School; the United Way of York County received funding for its SecureCorps Program to invite students and artists throughout York County to create works of art that incorporate Martin Luther King Jr. and LIVE UNITED; and YWCA York received funding to create a visual art installation corresponding with Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October 2014.

FUNDRAISERS

The Steelers Fan Club of York raised monies from their Charity Golf Tourney held this past summer. The winning group of Barry Myers, Dustin Myers, John Albright and Corey Trout chose The Four Diamonds Fund to receive $1,100; Bill Greenawalt Group (2nd place) picked The York County Child Advocacy Center to receive $800; Tom Lucas Group (3rd placed) picked The Four Diamonds Fund to receive $300 and YCSPCA $100; Brad Beschler Group (4th place) chose Susan G. Komen Walk, (breast cancer awareness) to receive $370.

NEW CONTRACTS

Moxie Design and Marketing, York, has been selected as the new marketing partner of the Library System of Lancaster County.

NEW HIRES

Kerri Robinson joined Carney Engineering Group as executive assistant; and Sean Mummert joined the company as a structural engineer.

Heather Aughenbaugh joined Prudential Bob Yost Homesale Services as a sales associate.

Casey Rohrbaugh has joined Moxie Design and Marketing as account coordinator; and Kyle Heidelbaugh as business development manager.

Audrey Leader has been hired as a senior client service coordinator at McConkey Insurance & Benefits' Benefits department. Brenda Snyder has been hired as a consultant in the same department.

Corey Fuhrer has joined Site Design Concepts Inc. as a CAD designer.

NEW MEMBERS

Helen M. Dengler, personal lines manager at The Glatfelter Agency, and Laura Gurreri, director of Sales for the York County Convention & Visitors Bureau, have been inducted into the York-North Chapter of Rotary International.

ON THE BOARD

The Realtors Association of York and Adams Counties (RAYAC) elected several new directors. Three of the new directors are from Bob Yost Prudential Homesale Services Group, Seth Hueter and Deborah Goodling from the East York office and Dianne Redding from the Hanover office will serve three-year terms. Dan Boyer from Homesale's Hanover office continues in the second year of his three-year term as director. Paula Musselman of Homesale's East York office is the 2013 vice president and president-elect for 2014.

PROMOTIONS

Joshuah R. Eberly has been promoted to select/bond client service agent at McConkey & Co. Insurance & Benefits.

Jess Clough was promoted from head teacher to director of school-age childcare at Jewish Community Center.

RECOGNITION

JLS Automation of York recently received formal notification of its first patent from the United States Patent office. The patent covers the handling of pliant comestibles -- food products that need to be shaped.

Beaver Creek Angus, Thomasville, tied for fourth largest in registering the most Angus beef cattle in Pennsylvania having recorded 53 head of Angus with the American Angus Association during the fiscal year.