Teri MacBride, PPL Regional Affairs Director, continues the company’s support of Lycoming County United Way with presentation of $4,227 corporate contribution to Executive Director Scott N. Lowery.
LCUW Executive Director Scott N. Lowery recognizes Linda Barr as a 2016 Valiant Volunteer.
Carolyn Hawk (front row right), LCUW Director of Funding & Community Relations, accepts 10 youth bicycles assembled & donated by employees of Cummins Engines. The gifts will brighten the Christmas season for children served by LCUW’s Montgomery Area Outreach Program.
Jim Campbell (fourth from left) accepts the 2016 Douglas Shangraw Memorial Award from (l-r) Ron Frick, the 2010 honoree, and Shangraw family members daughter Emmy, son Jackson, daughter Kathryn and wife Blair.
LCUW Executive Director Scott N. Lowery (right) congratulates Valiant Volunteer honorees Bryan Pauling (Larson Design Group) and Tammy Morgan (Montoursville Area School District). Also honored, not pictured, were Alyssa Rogers and Linda Barr.
Essay Contest winner Emma Hogan reads her essay as Williamsport Sun-Gazette editor Dave Troisi looks on.
Virgil Probasco, LCUW Board member and Marine veteran, recognizes veterans attending the December 7 Volunteer Appreciation Reception in conjunction with the 75th observance of the 1941 attack at Pearl Harbor. Veterans include Scott N. Lowery, Ken Sawyer, Dr. Oscar Knade and Sandra Pardoe.
2016 LCUW/Williamsport Sun-Gazette Student Essay Contest winners, l-r: Thomas Dincher, 6th Grade McCall Middle School (3rd place); Jenna Moyer, 8th Grade McCall Middle School (2nd Place); Emma Hogan, 8th Grade Muncy Jr/Sr. High School, (1st place).
LCUW staff visits Carpenter’s Pumpkin Farm. Front – Deb Machamer and Carolyn Hawk. Back – Krista Storm, Scott Lowery & Sue Gilliland
225 avid Bingo players turned out for LCUW’s 9th annual Basket Bingo November 6 at the Pennsdale Civic Center
Board treasurer Oscar Knade assists players with their needs.
Campaign co-chairs John & Margaret Piper join in the fun.
Kitchen volunteers Ralph & LouAnn Zeigler, Sue Stackhouse, Ashley Stackhouse and Dawn Palmatier prepare for a busy day keeping the players nourished.
Executive Director Scott Lowery assists event chair Diane Stine award more than 60 prize drawings.
Cori Hill was the Super Bingo prize winner of a dining room suit valued at $1,300.
October 21 Clay Shoot held at Sportsmen’s benefiting 2016 campaign
Executive Director Scott N. Lowery congratulates Williamsport Crosscutters’ Darick Hall as the 2016 LCUW Home Run Team Player of the Year
PPL volunteers dig in
PPL & UGI volunteers help out at Journey House
Volunteers from Fed EX lent a hand with panting project at Jersey Shore YMCA
PPL volunteers pack food boxes for Central PA Food Bank
Campaign co-chairs John Piper (f-l), Margaret Piper (f-r) and Executive Director Scott N. Lowery (b-l) honor LCUW Home Run Team sponsors during pre-game ceremonies at Historic Bowman Field. Sponsors include front row l-r: Ron Insinger, John Buehler (Fairfield Auto Group), Gabe Sinicropi (Williamsport Crosscutters) and Carol Welliver (Woodlands Bank). Back row l-r: Aubrey Alexander (Blaise Alexander Family Dealerships), Richard Piger (Staiman Recycling), Rob Glunk (Muncy Bank & Trust Company) and Trey Phillips (Phillips Supply). Sponsor McDonald’s Restaurant is not pictured.
Holding a check representing the $74,304 raised via the Robert L. Shangraw Memorial Golf Classic and Birthday Bash held in June at the Williamsport Country Club are from left. Allen Kiessling, event chair; Charlene Shangraw, wife of the late Robert L. Shangraw; Jennifer Wilson, president and CEO of First Community Partnership of Pennsylvania; Scott N. Lowery, LCUW executive director; and Dr. Kent Trachte, Lycoming College president and LCUW Board vice president.