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Keystone RV Center honors area's military

September 11, 2010
  • From left, Paul Chesney, general manager of Keystone RV Center; Sgt. Tab Kurtz, representing the U.S. National Guard; and Aldine Martin, president and owner of Keystone RV Center.
Submitted photo,

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Keystone RV Center in Greencastle held Military Appreciation Day on June 19 and raised $1,225 to donate to the Taylor Lipinski fund to help the 14-year old Hancock girl with her medical bills. Taylor is fighting leukemia.

All branches of the military were invited to the event.

Any RV unit that was sold that day meant Keystone would donate money to the buyer's charity of choice.

The Army and National Guard were in attendance.

Sen. Rich Alloway and the Greencastle EMS were also in attendance, to which Keystone says thanks.

In addition to Kurtz, Sgt. Christine Black and Sgt. Michelle Harrison from the National Guard headquarters at 18500 Roxbury Road in Hagerstown attended the event.

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