February 2020
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Dear Friends,

In a presentation yesterday, the presenter issued PERMISSION for members of audience to go out and make a difference. Most people want to make a difference, she said, they are just looking for permission to do so. So, today, I’ll extend her permission to you. You don’t need to wait for the perfect opportunity to make a difference. You don’t need to wait for just the right moment. You can make a difference now, today, in your own way, no matter how small. 

“We live in a world in which we need to share responsibility. It’s easy to say it’s not my child; not my community; not my problem. Then there are those who see the need and respond. I consider those people my heroes.”  
Fred Rogers

As you look through this month’s edition of The Community Caller, you’ll find plentiful opportunities to make a difference. What speaks to you? Focus on an a single event or volunteer opportunity and just do it. You have the permission!

Thank you and good luck in all that you do. If you need any additional support from Leadership Harrisburg Area, don’t hesitate to call.

Sincerely,
Una Martone, '07
President & CEO
Leadership Harrisburg Area
COMMUNITY EVENTS
The ever-popular Figuratively Speaking Winter Membership Exhibition is open at the Art Association of Harrisburg. The exhibition will remain on view through February 13 . Visit www.artassocofhbg.com for more information or call 717-236-1432.
Equity, Inclusion & Intent! Join Leadership Harrisburg Area's Leadership Speaker Series on February 13 from 11:30 AM - 1 PM at the Radisson Hotel Harrisburg . Our speaker, Thaddeus Lee , has been named Regional Vice President of the Project Management Office and Customer Experience for Comcast’s Keystone Region. You will hear his remarks about the value of diversity and how to be more intentional about engaging people of color in leadership roles. Register here .
Dining with St. Stephen's School - A Taste of Harrisburg! Join us at the School, 215 North Front Street, Harrisburg, on February 13 from 11 AM - 1 PM for a catered lunch from Harvest Seasonal Grill . RSVP here .
Join Heartshine for our one-year anniversary with a celebration at St@rtUp , 922 North 3 rd Street, on Valentine’s Day, February 14, from 5-8 PM . We will present the first Annual Hearty Awards at 6 PM . Everyone is invited to come as you are, and enjoy sweet and savory bites. R.S.V.P. here .

The public is also invited to join us for an open house on February 21 from 6-8 PM . Heartshine is Harrisburg's first donation-based, pay-as-you-can, zero waste restaurant. We will be at the Broad Street Market, 1233 N. 3rd Street, Harrisburg.
Mendelssohn Piano Trio and Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet present “War and Peace II” February 16 at 4 PM in Messiah College's Parmer Hall . This concert commemorates the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II by examining the deep cultural shift that happens as a result of war. The Mendelssohn Piano Trio in collaboration with the Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet will present the deeply romantic Arensky Piano Trio choreographed by Alan Hineline, followed by the searingly dramatic Shostakovich Piano Quintet, vividly illustrating the changes in human experience brought on by materialism and violence in the 20th century. To purchase tickets, contact the Messiah College Ticket Office at 717-691-6036 or click here .
#GoalGetters: Reaching to Achieve ! #GoalGetters envision a brighter future for themselves and others. They work hard and set smart goals, giving them the power to reach great heights. Along the way, they lift others up. Join us on February 19 at 8 AM at Central Penn College Conference Center , 600 College Hill Road, Summerdale, for a panel featuring some of the Harrisburg region's most inspiring #GoalGetters. Speakers include: Ashley Mentzer, Owner/Founder, Thrive Fit Co.; Elyse Irvis, Owner/CEO La Cultrua and Small Business Relationship Banker at Citizens Bank; Krystell Fox, CFO, Girl Scouts in the Heart of PA and Kara Luzik Canale, Moderator and VP, Harrisburg Regional Chamber & CREDC. Register here .
Black History Month Celebration! Join Gather the Spirit for Justice as renowned consultant and cultural specialist Lenwood Sloan, Executive Director, Commonwealth Monument Project, discusses the commemoration of African Americans’ constitutional right to vote, Harrisburg’s Old 8th Ward, and fellowship, vigilance, and solidarity. The event takes place on February 19 at  11:00 AM , Lower Level, Christ Lutheran Church , 124 South 13th Street, Harrisburg.
February Diversity Forum - Second Chances Start Here! Join us at Central Penn College Conference Center on February 20 at 9 AM as Secretary of the PA Board of Pardons, Brandon J. Flood, leads a conversation about the road to clemency. How does the pardon system work and who is impacted? What is a citizens review board? This month's forum will explore the opportunities and challenges our community shares in supporting people who have been incarcerated. Register here .
The Perry County Chamber of Commerce presents the Legislator's Forum II - Senate on February 20 from 8-10 AM at the Hilton Harrisburg . For questions contact Taira Little at 717-582-4523 or pccc@perrycountychamber.org. Register here.
The Art Association of Harrisburg will present “ Hear Me?”: An Exhibition Celebrating Deaf Artists , and Bootleg Meets R76 a collaboration featuring the work of Charles “Bootleg” Feathers and Reina “R76” Wooden from February 21– March 26 . These two exhibitions open with a reception on February 21 from 5-8 PM at the gallery at 21 N. Front St. in Harrisburg. Music at the reception will be provided by the versatile Tresa Paul.
Join us for the Capital Region Heart Ball on February 22 from 6-11:30 PM at the Hershey Lodge . Our community’s most influential leaders from the corporate, philanthropic and medical communities will come together to raise funds and promote the lifesaving work of the American Heart Association. This year’s masquerade gala will be an exciting evening of auctions, cocktails, a heart-healthy dinner, entertainment and dancing the night away. Click here for tickets.
The Historic Harrisburg Association will host a variety of events, tours and presentations during the 2020 Winter / Spring season. Some programs are all new and the old favorites feature new content. All are welcome! Many programs are free of charge or modestly priced. Join us for a FREE event on February 24 at 6 PM, “Historic Harrisburg’s 2020 Preservation Priorities.” HHA Preservation Advisor, Jeb Stuart presents in PowerPoint the latest draft of our annual list of buildings and sites whose preservation is a priority. This is a draft; audience input is welcome! The HHA Board will adopt a final list in March.  For more information contact David Morrison at 717-233-4646 or Director@HistoricHarrisburg.Com.
Join HYP Toastmasters for an Open House on February 25 at Harrisburg University from 6-8 PM . Our club, HYP Toastmasters, consists of working professionals under 40 who seek to improve not only their speaking skills but their confidence in the workplace. We are career-oriented and love comedic and light-hearted speeches. There is no cost to attend. The event is open to the public and includes opportunities for guests and members to listen to speakers as well as participate in brief speaking sessions if desired. Food and drinks will be provided. Register here .
Central Penn College & Foundation Mixer! Come out on February 26 from 5 -7 PM and socialize at the Central Penn College & Education Foundation Mixer. This is a great opportunity to reconnect with old friends, make some new ones and put some fun into your February. President Linda Fedrizzi-Williams will be in attendance, along with other college administrators, faculty and alumni. Enjoy complimentary beer, sangria and heavy hors d'oeuvres. This celebration marks the 50th anniversary of Central Penn College moving to the West Shore in Summerdale, Cumberland County. Representatives from the college's Career Services, Corporate Outreach and Admissions departments will be on hand to share information and answer questions. Register here .
Don't miss the February 28 early bird registration deadline for the YWCA 's Race Against Racism . We seek a just community for all! Our power comes from all who join us. We are thought leaders. We are fearless movers. And we are committed. Our voices rise together in the spirit of inclusivity. Participate in the race, sponsor the event , volunteer, or host a table at the Humanity Festival and show your commitment to eliminating racism in the Greater Harrisburg community! Register here .
Join us for Breakfast with PA Legislators on February 28 from 8:30 - 10 AM at Ranch House Restaurant 3456 Susquehanna Trail, Duncannon. The Perry County Chamber of Commerce invites you to establish relationships with key decision makers and voice opinions on issues moving forward in Pennsylvania. Networking and facilitated question-and-answer sessions offer firsthand information on upcoming legislation and House and Senate committee activities, prompting a great dialogue between legislators and constituents. Register here .
Art in the Atrium at WITF ! Celebrate Central PA regional artists with WITF in 2020. Dennis Maust will exhibit ceramics and photography through February 28 . Gallery hours are from 10 AM-4 PM, Monday-Thursday
Join us in Palmer Hall on February 29 at 7:30 PM for The Eric Byrd Trio. Jazz Ambassadors for the U.S. State Department and the Kennedy Center, they will present a worship service featuring Biblical scripture readings and music drawn from Negro spirituals, hymns and black gospel music, all performed within the idiom of jazz. Artist in Residence Eric Byrd will be joined by trio members Bhagwan Khalsa, bass, and drummer Alphonso Young Jr. To purchase tickets, contact the Messiah College Ticket Office at 717-691-6036 or click here .
Theatre Harrisburg presents The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time , March 6-15 . For tickets call 717-214-Arts or click here . Performances take place at the Jay and Nancy Krevsky Production Center located at 513 Hurlock Street at the corner of Sixth & Hurlock Streets in uptown Harrisburg next to the studios of WHP TV21. 
Join the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank for our Soup and a Bowl on March 9 from 11 AM - 2 PM at the Radisson Hotel . A simple meal of soup and bread, paired with a take-home pottery bowl, serves as a reminder of the food offerings at soup kitchens. Join us to warm your body and soul. Tickets are $30 in advance, all ages welcome. Limited quantity of commemorative pottery bowls will be sold at the event for an additional $35. CAN’T STAY FOR LUNCH? We have a take-out option. Tickets & take-out option at the door will be $35. Register here .
It's that time of year again for the #500MenReadingWeek with Mr. Ron Claiborne which will kick off on March 11 in the Harrisburg School District and the Steelton Highspire School District . We are looking for men from all walks of life to take part in this awesome initiative hosted by the American Literacy Corporation . We want you come and read to our youth as well as participate in the Career Exploration for high school students in the Harrisburg School District. Sign up toda y! Let's make a difference! 
Beginning on March 14 at 1 PM & 3 PM , you can bowl for a cause this spring at Bowl for Kids’ Sake ! Gather your friends, family and coworkers for the biggest bowling party in the region. Spare a little time for bowling, pizza, drinks and fun as you support a worthy cause. Bowl for Kids’ Sake raises funds to support the Big Brothers Big Sisters program, connecting youth with caring mentors who inspire kids to dream BIG! The more you raise, the bigger your impact! Multiple bowling party dates are available at various bowling alleys. Click here for dates and registration or call Angela at (717) 236-0199 to set up a corporate bowl or sponsor the event. 
You are invited to join us at our annual Spirit of the Hero event on March 19, 5:30-7:30 PM, at Historic Acres of Hershey . We will recognize individuals in our community who have impacted the lives of others through acts of courage and/or service. There is no cost to attend. Great networking, open bar, lots of food and great company! This is a wonderful opportunity to see the Red Cross mission in action, and to celebrate some courageous and inspiring hometown heroes. Register here .
Save the Date for the Impact Career Fair on March 19, 2020 from 11:30 AM -1:30 PM . Find talent that wants to make a difference: Connecting highly qualified candidates to full-time, internship, and co-op positions in organizations whose mission is to positively impact the well-being of others through education, services, policy, and community. For more information, contact Brooke Plasterer, M.S., Career Coach, Penn State Harrisburg at 717-948-6260 or bas5289@psu.edu .
Mark your calendars for Leadership Harrisburg Area's Leadership Speaker Series Brilliant, Bold & Brave on March 20 from 7:30 - 9 AM at the Radisson Hotel Harrisburg . Panelists include: Major Kristal Turner-Childs, PA State Police, Karen Norheim, American Crane & Equipment Company and Susan Oh, '99, PA State Employees Retirement System. These inspirational women will share the mechanics behind their rise to success and how they're paying it forward. Register here .
Mark your calendars for the YMCA Greater Harrisburg 31st Tribute to Women of Excellence on March 26 - 5:30 PM at the Hershey Lodge . Click here for list of honorees. Register here.
Join us in Palmer Hall on March 28 at 7:30 PM for Nukpɔkpɔ , a thrilling evening of traditional and contemporary West African music and dance, as the multiethnic ensemble Azaguno returns to Messiah College . This collaborative performance will also feature renowned international dancers and musicians from Ghana, as well as several of Messiah College’s music and dance ensembles. To purchase tickets, contact the Messiah College Ticket Office at 717-691-6036 or click here .
Save the date! College/Career Workforce Development Annual Showcase Luncheon is on March 31 at the Best Western Premier The Central Hotel & Conference Center. Student displays from 10:30-11:30 AM . Lunch and formal program from 11:45 AM-1 PM . Details are forthcoming.
Business is about building relationships! Save the date of April 4 for the Dauphin County Women's Expo . Join us at the Hershey Lodge from 9 AM - 2 PM . This is a great way to reach women of all ages in a fun and relaxing atmosphere. Guests are able to unwind and have fun while shopping, enjoying free spa treatments, watching a fashion show and demonstrations, and relishing in “me” time. For details click here .
Are you looking for fun winter activities that your family can enjoy? Check out the Winter Calendar of events from Dauphin County Parks and Recreation .
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
The Capital Area Greenbelt Association is looking for someone with an energetic and philanthropic personality to chair the newly created Volunteer Committee . Responsibilities for this role include: lead the Volunteer Committee, recruit other Volunteer Committee members as needed, hold monthly committee meetings and provide monthly updates to the CAGA Board of Directors and work with the Volunteer Coordinator. Also needed: connect volunteers with volunteer opportunities which include trail maintenance, PR events, fundraising events, maintain a database of contacts for all past and newly interested CAGA volunteers and coordinate and provide annual recognition to those who have volunteered. If interested please contact Michael Shaull (Vice President) at 717-585-3435 or  meshaull@hotmail.com .
Get involved with Junior Achievement ! We have volunteer opportunities for our one-day financial literacy, career readiness and STEM programs through February.  Click here for available dates. Highlighted areas are in most need. Along with the one-day programs we offer classroom programs at the elementary level that are five sessions, each session 30-55 minutes. More information on classroom programs can be found on the here or by contacting Mary Reinhard at MReinhard@jascpa.org .        
2020 Internships Available! Are you an undergraduate or graduate student looking for an internship site for 2020? The LGBT Center of Central PA i s a fast-paced and dynamic workplace where you can get real-world experience relevant to many different fields including PR & marketing, working with youth or older adults, non-profit management, operations, and more! We are currently accepting applications for the spring 2020 semester. If you're interested, check out this list of opportunities and send a cover letter and resume to aarbour@centralpalgbtcenter.org
Volunteer with our Common Roads Youth! Are you an adult looking for a volunteer opportunity? Our Common Roads program is looking for adults to help chaperone our Wednesday and Friday night youth groups! The Common Roads program is a space for LGBTQ+ youth and young adults in Central PA to find community, connection, and support. The meetings are held on Wednesday nights at the LGBT Center of Central PA in Harrisburg from 6-8 PM and Friday nights at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Lancaster from 6-8 PM . As a volunteer, you would be a welcoming presence in the room for our youth. If interested, please fill out this form and Gabe will be in touch with you!
Volunteers are vital to the success of the Perry County Chamber of Commerce and our influence is largely driven by the energy, knowledge and dedication of our volunteer members. With our monthly and annual events, Program and Membership committees, and Board of Directors, there is an increasing need for dedicated individuals to volunteer. We offer a variety of opportunities with varying time commitments to accommodate the needs of our members and their busy schedules. Would you be willing to serve as a board member, committee chair or committee member? Please contact Taira Little at the Chamber office, 717-582-4523 or pccc@perrycountychamber.org to volunteer.
BOARD OPPORTUNITIES
Daystar Center is seeking board members with a legal, financial, or medical background and knowledge of recovery from addiction. Daystar Center for Spiritual Recovery is serving individuals and families through a community-based holistic residential treatment approach for those suffering from substance abuse. Recovery is accomplished through evidence-based counseling, case management, spiritual guidance, compassionate support, education, and practice of daily life skills. If you have a desire to help our community please contact Fern Wilcox, Executive Director, at 717-230-9898 or email Fwilcox@daystarrecovery.net .
Family Design Resources, Inc. is currently recruiting new Board members. Professionals who have expertise in the following areas; Accounting/Finance, Human Resources, Legal/ Business Law and Communications/ Public Relations are encouraged to apply. Family Design Resources, Inc. is a non-profit committed to child victims of family violence and children in, or at risk of entering the foster care system. In addition to other programs, we administer the Statewide Adoption and Permanency Network (SWAN) across the commonwealth for the state of PA. Participation on our Board is an exciting opportunity for energetic professionals to join our mission and facilitate the growth of the agency. If interested contact Rick Azzaro at razzaro@fmilydesign.org .
The Harrisburg Parks Foundation is seeking board members to grow our all-volunteer organization to better support the needs of Harrisburg’s green network of parks, parkways, and playgrounds. Board members guide the organization, but also help raise funds for specific playgrounds (such as a new play equipment or a pavilion), or to improve numerous recreation areas (such as new picnic tables and attractive trash bins). Board members assist committees where their skills and interests fit best, including organizing special events, soliciting sponsors, connecting with donors, managing our website, outreach through social media, or writing grants. For more information, contact Paul Zeph, Chair, at pzeph1@verizon.net .

Hershey Christian Academy , a private, non-for profit, pre-K to 9 school located in Hummelstown-Hershey, is looking for individuals to serve on the School Board. Interested individuals should contact Andria Jacobs at ajacobs@hersheychristianacademy.org or call 717-312-7595. Hershey Christian Academy is committed to cultivating an educational environment where students are challenged to think independently and purposefully, where a grace-centered approach allows individual growth, self-confidence and worth in a safe classroom environment.
Perhaps Today Ministries International has opportunities for value and mission aligned individuals to join its board of directors. Presently there are vacancies for Board Secretary and Board Treasurer. We are also looking for Board members who are well-connected and interested in philanthropy and fundraising. The Board of Directors generally meets quarterly. Perhaps Today Ministries, (PTM) is a small faith-based nonprofit organization offering Christian Spiritual counseling, educational workshops and benevolent funding. If interested email Cheryl Ciambotti (CEO) at counselor@perhaps-today.com or call 717-938-6133.
Established in 1979, The PROGRAM , "It's About Change" is an independent non-profit committed to providing resources to ex-offenders reentering our community. The PROGRAM is seeking 3-4 individuals interested in serving on the Board of Directors or a committee. We are looking for volunteers with a background in human resources, technology, fundraising, community outreach and housing. To volunteer, contact AliceAnne Frost at a.frost@therprogramhbg.org or call 717-238-9950 ext. 108.
The Pennsylvania Keystone Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society is recruiting new Board of Trustee members to support the mission of the NMSS. People affected by MS can live their best lives as we stop MS in its tracks, restore what has been lost and end MS forever. Trustees work together with chapter staff and society leadership to raise revenue and awareness within a 56 county-wide territory of Pennsylvania to achieve MS breakthroughs. Please contact Anne Mageras, Chapter President, anne.mageras@nmss.org , or 412-261-6347, ext. 63203 to discuss opportunities. 
GENERAL INFORMATION
Board Strong is a new program of Leadership Harrisburg Area that was made possible through a partnership with The Foundation for Enhancing Communities. This 90 minute video series addresses: the roles & responsibilities of non-profit board members; the financial oversight, fiduciary and compliance responsibilities of non-profit board members; non-profit board members’ role in fundraising; tips for non-profit board member to effectively tell the organization’s story; and tips for engaging high performing board. Anyone who is considering serving on a non-profit board; or who is already serving on a non-profit board will gain valuable insights from the experienced non-profit leaders featured in this video. To begin your certification process, click here .
Opening for Executive Director, Brethren Housing Association . Brethren Housing Association, Harrisburg PA, is currently seeking an Executive Director. This position focuses on providing strategic direction and vision consistent with BHA’s mission. For more details click here . Applicants should submit a resume, with a cover letter and salary requirements, no later than  Feb 14, 2020 to bha.search2020@gmail.com
Minimize Conflict! Maximize Your Attendance! 
You plan, you prepare, you promote your event...then you learn that another big fundraiser is being held during your event! Eventsavvy provides a centralized location for organizations in Dauphin, Cumberland and Perry Counties to post upcoming events, so that other groups have the information they need to avoid using the same date whenever possible.  Visit eventsavvy.org for more details and to post your group's events. 
GracePoint Church of Christ in Elizabethtown offers a 12 step recovery program every Wednesday from 7-9 PM . Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12 step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain or addiction of any kind. Celebrate Recovery is a safe place to find community and freedom from the issues that are controlling our life. The church also has a community meal the first Wednesday each month from 6-7 PM , open to the public. The meal is offered free of charge, however, donations are appreciated.   For more information contact Sherri Lloyd at 717-439-5872 or  lloydsherri@yahoo.com .
A new project comes to Harrisburg! The Nobody's Cats Foundation is collaborating with the City of Harrisburg, Harrisburg City Police, animal control, and various local non-profit organizations to create the Harrisburg Community Cats initiative. This is an opportunity for those with leadership and other professional talents and skills to be part of a compassionate community that saves lives and prevents suffering. Experience is needed in marketing, social media, financial management, logistics management, and fundraising. To learn how you can be part of this groundbreaking effort email Christine Arnold at carnold@nobodyscats.org or call 717-763-1770.
P ANO is offering the following webinars in February and March.


The Complete Infographic Toolkit for Nonprofits: From Data to Action, February 6 - 27 at 1:00 PM, a 4-Part Idealware Web Series.  Register now.

Leadership Part 1: Board, 2020 Guiding Principles Webinar Series (2 of 6), February 12 at 10:30 AM, Webinar. Register now .

Tech Trends to Watch in 2020, February 18 from 1-2 PM, Free Webinar. Register now.

Census Data for Community Assessment, February 19 at 10:00 AM, Webinar.

Convert Supporters with Powerful Landing Pages, February 25 from 11 AM - 12 PM , Webinar. Register now .

Leadership Part 2: Staff, Volunteers, and Legal Compliance & Ethics | 2020 Guiding Principles Webinar Series (3 of 6), March 4 at 10:30 AM, Webinar. Register now .

Finance and Operations | 2020 Guiding Principles Webinar Series (4 of 6), March 25 at 10:30 AM, Webinar. Register now .
Grantseekers - The Lotus Fund is now accepting letters of application for arts programs serving Perry County . The Lotus Fund is a fund of the Perry County Community Foundation, a regional foundation of The Foundation for Enhancing Communities (TFEC). Within this opportunity, up to $800 will be available for the support of arts programs or projects. To apply, interested applicants must submit a Letter of Application that includes the name of the applicant organization, name of the fiscal sponsor (if applicable), a project description and budget, and dates during which the project will take place. Letters of Application must be submitted to Jennifer Strechay, Program Officer for Community Investment by 4 PM on February 14, 2020 . Letters may be mailed or hand delivered to: The Foundation for Enhancing Communities, Attn: Jennifer Strechay, PO Box 678, Harrisburg, PA 17108-0678.
Building Capacity for our Region's Future! Join us to learn about all the ways TFEC can help your nonprofit organization grow. Hear about our grant opportunities, services and Fund types that can benefit your organizations.
March 5, 2020 - Lebanon Valley College, 101 College Avenue, Annville, PA

April 16, 2020 - Giant - Linglestown, 2300 Linglestown Road, Harrisburg, PA

April 23, 2020 - Brethren Fellowship - Franklin, 339 Lincoln Way East, Chambersburg, PA

April 29, 2020 - Giant - Camp Hill, 3301 E Trindle Road, Camp Hill, PA

Each meeting will cover the same information.
A WORD FROM OUR SPONSOR
Looking for a meeting space for your non-profit or community organization? Orrstown Bank is proud to share its 1600 square foot Zullinger-Coy Community Room with organizations in the community at no charge. Located at 4750 Lindle Road, Harrisburg, our newly renovated office building features a sizable room ideal for presentations, meetings or special gatherings. The 100 person capacity room is equipped with Wi-Fi, audio-video (AV), a large drop down screen and a podium. Catering access is also a benefit of the facility. Contact Amy Strohm at Orrstown Bank at 717-530-3548 to reserve the room for one-time or recurring use.
SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
The Community Caller is emailed to over 1800 subscribers on a regular schedule during the first week of every month. The goal of the publication is to match people and resources with service opportunities and missions & programs that benefit the community. Announcements are placed primarily by non profit organizations, educational institutions, and other community organizations. If you would like to include an event or announcement in the next issue, please feel free to contact LHA with detailed information including:
  • Organization Website
  • Contact Name, Phone Number and Email
  • Date of Event
  • Specific Request
  • Description
  • Attach a flyer of the event, if applicable
Send submissions to Ann Myers  via email at  special@leadershipharrisburg.org  or call 717-216-5200. All content is subject to approval by LHA and may be edited for space.
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