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    The staff of Brownstone Dermatology Associates present a check in the amount of $720.00 to “Connecting the Community in the Heart of Hummelstown” Capital Campaign steering committee members. Front row from left to right: Dr. Christine Mackley, Dr. Judith Witmer, Lynne Yost and Jessica Schaffer. Back Row from left to right: Paula Jo Miller, Barbara Thomas, Caitlin Daly, Cyndie Snyder, Ginny Hoffman and Angie Gregg.

    From left to right, Jenny Cook and Glenda Auker CIC of KHB Insurance and Russel & Marjorie Cassel were on hand to add the next “set of books” to the campaign bookshelf that stands on the Square in Hummelstown on Friday, October 10. The Cassels and KHB Insurance were the first two members of the “Connecting the Community in the Heart of Hummelstown” Capital Campaign’s Brownstone Society.

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    From left to right, Paulette Flicker, Hummelstown Business & Professional Association President Lawrence Peters, Hummelstown Rotary President and William Jackson, President of the Hummelstown Historical Society were on hand to add four “sets of books” to the campaign bookshelf that stands on the Square in Hummelstown on Thursday, January 28. The Hummelstown Business & Professional Association and Hummelstown Rotary are both Brownstone Society members while the Historical Society has presented a naming gift for a display case in the new building.

    Capital Campaign co-chairs Dr. Judith Witmer (right) and William S. Jackson (left) speak at the September 9, 2007 Campaign Kick-off Event.

    Executive Director, Rich Bowra and Architect, Charles Alexander of Alexander Design Studio unveil the proposed model of The Alexander Family Library

    Jerry Kling (center), Chairman of the Community Campaign subcommittee, joined by Capital Campaign Steering Committee members Joan Spire (left) and Barbara Miller (right) add the next “set of books” to the campaign bookshelf that stands on the Square in Hummelstown, signifying that the campaign to build a new library has exceeded the $1 million dollar mark.

    Campaign Volunteers, Hannah Schulteis (left), her sister Sarah (center) and William H. & Marion C. Alexander Family Library Youth Services Librarian, Ellen Miller (right) add the next “set of books” to the campaign bookshelf that stands on the Square in Hummelstown, signifying that the campaign to build a new library has exceeded the $1.1 million dollar mark largely due to a significant show of community involvement.

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