SERVPRO of Hershey / Swatara Event Photos

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero 2014

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero 2014

Those who where honored where:

Medical Hero - Clyde Tinner, BS, RN, Nurse Manager for the Ortenzio Heart Center at Holy Spirit Hospital, East Pennsboro Township. While at a restaurant he performed lifesaving CPR for a stranger who went into cardiac arrest at a West Shore area restaurant.

Law Enforcement Hero - Lancaster Police Force Platoon A, Jason Zahm, J.F. Hatfield, David Rachor, Sgt. Mark ... See More — at Founders Hall at Milton Hershey School.

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero2014

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero2014

Clarissa Harlowe "Clara" Barton was a pioneer nurse who founded the American Red Cross. In addition to being a nurse, she worked as a teacher, patent clerk, and humanitarian. At a time when relatively few women worked outside the home, Barton built a career helping others. She was never married, as she knew the restrictions of a married women at the time, but had a relationship with John J. Elwell. During the end of the American Civil War, Barton worked at a hospital she made helping the people at the Anderson prison camp where 13,000 people died. — at Founders Hall at Milton Hershey School.

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero2014

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero2014

Medical Hero - Clyde Tinner, BS, RN, Nurse Manager for the Ortenzio Heart Center at Holy Spirit Hospital, East Pennsboro Township. While at a restaurant he performed lifesaving CPR for a stranger who went into cardiac arrest at a West Shore area restaurant. — with Michelle Williard Hoffer at Founders Hall at Milton Hershey School.

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero2014

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero2014

Lt. Gen. Richard Zilmer, U.S. Marine Corps, retired. Zilmer, a graduate of Milton Hershey School and Kutztown State College, led the Multinational Forces-West in Iraq’s Anbar province as a two-star general in 2006 and 2007. Zilmer commanded the Marine Expeditionary Force and Marine Corps Bases Japan, out of Okinawa, from June 2007 through September 2009. He retired in 2010. — at Founders Hall at Milton Hershey School.

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero2014

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero2014

Good Samaritan - Nathaniel Williams, Harrisburg, chased a purse snatcher at risk to himself and assisted law enforcement in catching the subject. Presented by Harrisburg Mayor Eric Papenfuse — at Founders Hall at Milton Hershey School.

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero2014

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero2014

Community Impact Hero - Michael Fitzgibbons, president of Susquehanna Valley Emergency Management Services Training, Lancaster County, taught hundreds of students and teachers in service area of to do citizen CPR. — at Founders Hall at Milton Hershey School.

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero2014

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero2014

Youth Good Samaritan - Madison Will, a Mechanicsburg teenager who used the skills she learned in a Red Cross babysitting class to save the life of her mother. — with Annie Rosellini at Founders Hall at Milton Hershey School.

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero2014

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero2014

911 Hero - Leonard Lavin, Lancaster County 911 dispatcher, successfully prevented a suicide by talking to the despondent man and convincing him to hand over his cell phone to a waiting police officer, thus allowing the officer to get close enough to grab him and save his life. Lavin is a resident of Quarryville. — at Founders Hall at Milton Hershey School.

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero2014

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero2014

Fire Fighter Hero - Brian Enterline, acting chief of the Harrisburg Fire Department. Enterline, according to the Red Cross, has brought a community service mindset to the department, focusing heavily on preventing fires and other emergencies and caring for those displaced by fire, while maintaining swift and professional response to prevent loss of property. — at Founders Hall at Milton Hershey School.

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero2014

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero2014

Military Hero - Robert Brandt, Camp Hill, a former U.S. Army solider, is president of the newly formed Pennsylvania Veterans Chamber of Commerce, which was developed when a few veteran business owners decided to establish a chamber of commerce to represent veterans and those who support veterans. — with Robert Brandt at Founders Hall at Milton Hershey School.

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero2014

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero2014

Good Samaritans - Millersville University Marauder baseball team, Tyler McDonald, Tyler Orris, Tyler Thomas, Dan Stoltzfus, Evan King, Zach Stone and David Pine, who while going to get a snack on the way to play in a baseball tournament, came to aid of a toddler who went into cardiac arrest, performed CPR and saved the child’s life. — at Founders Hall at Milton Hershey School.

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero2014

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero2014

RJ Harris - Event MC

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero 2014

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero 2014

Law Enforcement Heros - Lancaster Police Force Platoon A, Jason Zahm, J.F. Hatfield, David Rachor, Sgt. Mark Radmore, Matthew Caple, Jared Snader, Sgt. Jeffrey Haas and William Hamby, rescued people during a fire on Clay Street in Lancaster. They assisted the fire company by moving equipment to needed areas, carrying and transporting victims to the hospital in order to minimize the time to treatment — at Founders Hall at Milton Hershey School.

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero 2014

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero 2014

Annie Rosellini, Miss Pennsylvania 2013

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero 2014

Red Cross Spirit of the Hero 2014

The Rotunda of Founders Hall - Opened and dedicated on September 13, 1970, Founders Hall was built over a three-year period in the late 1960s as a tribute to the School's founders, Milton S. and Catherine Hershey. The School's most recognizable building, Founders Hall, contains offices for the administrators and business functions of the School. It also includes a Visitors Center, where more than ... See More — at Founders Hall at Milton Hershey School.

Harrisburg Stampede Corporate Challenge WINNER!

Harrisburg Stampede Corporate Challenge WINNER!

Takia Colston-Krow, Stampede VP of Marketing and Sales, announced today that SERVPRO Hershey/Swatara was the winner of the 1st Annual Corporate Partner Challenge and the American Red Cross, the beneficiary, would receive a check in the amount of $2,500 at the Stampede's home season finale this Saturday at Giant Center.

"This program was created as a way for our organization to work alongside our corporate partners to benefit a community organization of their choice" says Takia. "Our mission is to provide a positive social impact in the community, and what better way than engaging our partners and their employee bases to benefit our combined community."

SERVPRO First Responder 5k

SERVPRO First Responder 5k

SERVPRO First Responder 5k benefiting the American Red Cross of Central Pa.

Video=> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8AYw3b5kZI