Pennsylvania briefs

September 25, 2012

Lee Crawford Memorial Golf Tournament raises more than $5,000

FAYETTEVILLE, Pa. — Norman Epstein, president and chief executive officer of Summit Health, recently accepted a donation of $5,285 on behalf of Summit Health from Joe Doyle, organizer of the Lee Crawford Memorial Classic Golf Tournament.

The event was held Aug. 8 at Penn National Golf Course in Fayetteville. The proceeds went to Summit Health in support of health care in Franklin County, Pa.

Wells Fargo Advisors LLC sponsored the memorial tournament for a third year to honor its former colleague and financial adviser, Claude LeRoy “Lee” Crawford Jr. Crawford, who died in May 2009, was well-known for his financial report on WHAG Radio for more than 35 years.


Club collecting items for Greencastle Food Pantry

GREENCASTLE, Pa. — The Greencastle-Antrim Kiwanis Club will be collecting items for the Greencastle Food Pantry throughout October.

The club will have boxes at First Friday in downtown Greencastle on Oct. 5, and at Food Lion and Sunnyway stores, the Lilian S. Besore Memorial Library, Greencastle-Antrim Chamber of Commerce office and F&M Trust’s Greencastle office.

Nonperishable foods, household paper products and cleaning supplies are needed, according to a news release from the Kiwanis club.

The Food Pantry, at Greencastle Presbyterian Church, has seen increasing need in recent times due to rising costs and the economic downturn.

Greencastle-Antrim Kiwanis, established last year, has sponsored or participated in several programs to help the community, including Christmas aid to local families, working with The Salvation Army, King Playground Kids’ Day and selling blueberries as a fundraiser with Chambersburg Kiwanis Club.

For more information about the club, send an email to Guy Camp at or Laura Greenlee Baille at

Democratic Club holding presidential debate party

WAYNESBORO, Pa. — The Waynesboro Democratic Club will hold a presidential debate party Wednesday, Oct. 3, at its campaign headquarters, 4 E. Main St. in downtown Waynesboro.

The debate begins at 9 p.m. and the headquarters will open at 8 p.m.

The public is invited.

For more information, call John Cook at 717-762-4138.

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