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First Keystone bank collects school supplies


February 17. 2013 1:23AM


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First Keystone Community Bank recently conducted a school supply drive at its local branches to benefit area children in need. Three boxes of supplies were collected and distributed to United Way partner agencies. Some of the participants, from left: Beverly Fisher-Cruikshank, vice president, community office manager, First Keystone Community Bank; Amy Marie George-Feldman, campaign manager, United Way; Linda Meshinski, assistant cashier, branch manager, First Keystone Community Bank; and Kristina Ambrulavage, campaign support specialist, United Way.




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