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Highmark Inc. Awards $14,000 to 28 Pennsylvania Nonprofit Organizations
Date:7/24/2009

ndraising activities and helping to assemble program packets. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lupus Foundation of Scott Sturgis, facilities planning Dauphin America, Central PA analyst, and Lisa McNair, senior tax Chapter analyst, volunteer for the Harrisburg branch of the Lupus Foundation, helping to raise funds that are used for patient education and resources. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ronald McDonald House Linda DeLuca, application architect, Dauphin of Hershey volunteers at the Ronald McDonald House of Hershey and helps with household chores such as answering phones, preparing rooms, cooking and checking families in and out of the house. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Susquehanna Service Crystal Garman, documentation analyst, Dauphin Dogs volunteers as a full time puppy raiser for Susquehanna Service Dogs. She is currently raising a puppy with the goal that it will someday become a service dog to help an individual live a more independent life. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Cub Scout Pack 263 Sheila Fasig, manager of central Lancaster underwriting- special accounts, volunteers with Cub Scout Pack 263 as the assistant cub master, den lead
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