Pictured are members of The Garden Club at Broad Street, from left, Donna Ernst, Rebecca Bingham, Lynne Danyo and Carol Eigenrauch.(SUBMITTED)


Northern High School student Ethan Gill was recognized during a luncheon March 5 at the Hotel Hershey. Ethan came in second place for the Pennsylvania Association of Career and Technical Education Special Population's Life/Work Challenge Award. Ethan studies logistics and warehouse management at Cumberland Perry Area Vocational Technical School. This award recognizes students who have overcome barriers in realizing life/work potential. The candidate must be enrolled in an approved career and technical program, demonstrate evidence of personal commitment/strong work ethic and demonstrate evidence of occupational competency.(SUBMITTED)


Joyful Noise Preschool students "Seuss-a-brate" America's Read to Kids Day by dressing up as their favorite Dr. Seuss characters and their teacher, Bonnie Huff, dressed up as The Cat in the Hat. The children enjoyed green eggs and ham with blue goo for a snack and rotated through Dr. Seuss themed centers. Joyful Noise Preschool is a ministry of Zion Lutheran Church. For details about Joyful Noise Preschool, visit www.zionjnp.org. (SUBMITTED)


Phi Sigma Phi marched on behalf of the York County Literacy Council during the York St. Patrick's Day parade. The students volunteer every year to support the council and their efforts to ensure adult literacy. Pictured are, front row from left, Megan Cline, Rebecca Jardines, Melissa Henry, Tracey Warnock, Sam Astley, Jessica Bases, Sarah Manmiller, Danielle Reenstra and Gavin Durkin; back row, Margaret Joseph, Justin Cox, Katie Warg, Lauren Burns, Alyssa Williams, Andy Crimone and Beau Falk. (SUBMITTED)


Past District Governor Glenn Shellenberger, left, accepts a $500 donation for Leader Dogs for the Blind from Pinchot President Al Hayes. Shellenberger updated the Pinchot Park Lions on the Leader Dogs for the Blind program during the March 20 meeting. The main focus of the program is providing well-trained dogs for individuals who are visually impaired, at least 16-years-old and physically and mentally capable to care for and use the dog in the manner intended. A Leader Dog is valued at $37,000 and is given free to a trainee who successfully completes 26 days of training at a school in Rochester, N.Y.(SUBMITTED)


The Springettsbury Sertoma Club donated $200 to Suburban York Legion Baseball which relies entirely on donations to fund its program. Pictured are, from left, Sam Stein on behalf of Suburban York Legion Baseball and Jason McSherry, president of Springettsbury Sertoma Club. The Springettsbury Sertoma Club is a non-profit organization that provides support to York area charitable groups for community activities and services. (SUBMITTED)