Tower contributes to Camp Joy El

Staff Writer
Echo Pilot
Tower Bank representatives present a $1,500 donation to Joy El Ministries as part of the “Catch the Vision…Build the Future” capital campaign dedicated to building a new worship center that will accommodate the growing number of children participating in Joy El Ministries programs. Pictured, from left, are: Amy Hissong, Greencastle/Mercersburg market manager; Dave Campbell, commercial relationship manager; Kim Shockey, SVP, retail executive; Jeff Shank, president and CEO of Tower Bank; Dick Marks, Joy El Ministries capital campaign chairperson; and Aaron Ziebarth, Joy El Ministries executive director. Joy El Ministries touches the lives of more than 11,000 children each year through summer camps, release programs, and leadership training. “The staff and many volunteers with Joy El Ministries truly serve as mentors, enriching children's lives with each Joy El Ministries experience,” said Shank. “We are fortunate to have such an inspirational outreach organization within our community and we are pleased to give them our support.”

Tower Bank representatives present a $1,500 donation to Joy El Ministries as part of the “Catch the Vision…Build the Future” capital campaign dedicated to building a new worship center that will accommodate the growing number of children participating in Joy El Ministries programs. Pictured, from left, are:  Amy Hissong, Greencastle/Mercersburg market manager; Dave Campbell, commercial relationship manager; Kim Shockey, SVP, retail executive; Jeff Shank, president and CEO of Tower Bank; Dick Marks, Joy El Ministries capital campaign chairperson; and Aaron Ziebarth, Joy El Ministries executive director. Joy El Ministries touches the lives of more than 11,000 children each year through summer camps, release programs, and leadership training. “The staff and many volunteers with Joy El Ministries truly serve as mentors, enriching children's lives with each Joy El Ministries experience,” said Shank. “We are fortunate to have such an inspirational outreach organization within our community and we are pleased to give them our support.”