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July 2016

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Women of Impact: Shelley Brooks

Women of Impact: Shelley Brooks

Shelley Brooks – Director, Bethesda Mission Women and Children’s Shelter

Blazing the Trail, Part 3

Blazing the Trail, Part 3

For State Representative Patty Kim, the spotlight that comes with serving the 103rd Legislative District, which covers a swath of Dauphin County, including Harrisburg, is nothing new. Before entering politics, Kim was the face of WHP-TV CBS 21 News, where she reported and anchored mornings until 2004. But as glamorous as the job might seem, Kim found it unfulfilling. Since childhood, her overarching goal had been simply to help people. In 2005, when a friend suggested she run for Harrisburg City Council, Kim discovered her path to do just that.

Blazing the Trail, Part 2

Blazing the Trail, Part 2

Long before State Representative Sheryl Delozier so much as thought about a career in politics, she was learning one of the most important lessons a prospective female leader can.

Women of Impact: Barbara Darkes

Women of Impact: Barbara Darkes

Barbara Darkes, President, LGBT Center of Central PA

Blazing the Trail, Part 1

Blazing the Trail, Part 1

Ask City of York Mayor Kim Bracey what especially valuable traits female public servants offer, and she replies without hesitation, “It’s a sense of urgency. We want it done now. We are the ultimate multi-taskers and not just because we’re mothers, grandmothers, aunties, housekeepers and home makers, but we do all those things well on top of an 8-to-5 job. I love that about our women elected leaders.”

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Harvey Freedenberg participated in a meeting of the Midtown Writers Group, a conversation that allowed me to experience the commitment a small group of local writers are willing to make to improve their craft.

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Be Well

Be Well

Be Well

Summers are usually full of fun outdoor activities, like picnics, barbecues or dinners made on the grill. However, transporting food combined with the increase in temperatures creates a prime environment for food-borne bacteria to grow and multiply.

Taste

Taste

Calling Harrisburg's former Hope Fire Station home, The Fire House Restaurant now serves Harrisburg in a different way. The building dates back to 1814, and as Chef Marty Stone points out, it offers a few spirited surprises for new diners at the restaurant.

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Feel Your Boobies Foundation Launches Interactive #FeelYourBoobiesWeek Campaign Strategy

Feel Your Boobies Foundation Launches Interactive #FeelYourBoobiesWeek Campaign Strategy

Feel Your Boobies Foundation and TFM Advertising leadership kicks off a new interactive Feel Your Boobies reminder campaign.

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Culture

Fun and Culture in the Mid-State
Celtic Celebration Yields a Day of Memories

Celtic Celebration Yields a Day of Memories

Irish, Welsh, Scottish or Breton, the "Celtic Fling" at Mount Hope Estate provides a look into the culture and food of the Celtic nations.

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Friday Un-Favorite Poll - What Is Your Least Favorite Movie?

Friday Un-Favorite Poll - What Is Your Least Favorite Movie?

This week our Friday Favorites Poll takes an "un" likely turn. We ask our staff what their least favorite movie is.

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