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C&N Wealth Management representative, Sam Lush (right) with Hope Enterprises CEO, Rob Labatch (left) and Development Director, Mackenzie Howe. Source: Citizens and Northern Bank

Throughout the holiday season, the Citizens & Northern Wealth Management Team selected six prominent local charities to honor with donations. The bank says this annual initiative is their way of acknowledging that each of these organizations offers valuable services to their communities. This holiday season, the bank donated a total of $2,500 to their selected charities.

The charities selected include:

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C&N Wealth Management representatives (from right), Darci Baird, Jennifer Schultz and Larry Alderson with Suzanne Lee (left) from the Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers. Source: Citizens & Northern Bank

The Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers (Bradford County)

This group works to improve the present and future quality of life in the counties they serve. Through sustainable, long-term funds, The Foundation can provide stable support for ongoing activities that address community needs.

Hope Enterprises (Lycoming County)

A group which serves Northcentral Pennsylvania with a full range of services for individuals with intellectual disabilities. From infancy through advanced age, families look to Hope for engaging services that facilitate development and enhance the quality of life for each person they serve.

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C&N Wealth Management representatives Ben Howe (left), Justin Krellner (left-center), Tracy Rooke (second from right) and Deborah Kelley (right) present a check to Dave Saulter (second from left) and Pete Ryan (right-center) from God's Country Trout Unlimited for their annual project of Healing Waters Fly Fishing, which benefits disabled military personnel. Source: Citizens & Northern Bank

God’s Country Chapter TU, Project Healing Waters (Potter County)

Dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and disabled veterans through fly fishing, education and outings.

The Hornell Area Family YMCA (Steuben County)

A non-profit organization that works side-by-side with our communities to make sure that everyone, regardless of age, income, or background has opportunities to learn, grow, and thrive.

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C&N Wealth Management representatives, Brian Tevlin (left) and Edward Penner (right) with representatives from the Salvation Army (from left) Melissa Benner, Susan Hackett and Bob Borzok. Source: Citizens & Northern Bank

The Salvation Army (Tioga County) 

A group which provides far-reaching services to those in need, including support for adult rehabilitation, veterans’ affairs services, prison ministries, and elderly services. The Salvation Army aids children and families through hunger relief, housing and homeless services, Christmas assistance, and youth camps and recreation.

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C&N Wealth Management representative, Lori Brown (center) with representatives from the Grace Connection. Source: Citizens & Northern Bank

The Grace Connection (Sullivan County)

A ministry of local churches that seeks to lovingly aid people through the hardships of life by connecting with them and providing assistance when and where other agencies are not available. This includes monetary emergency assistance for shelter, transportation, food, and clothing.

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