Neighbors Helping NeighborsThe Pennsylvania Trolley Museum is trying to doits part to help with the pandemic. WashingtonHospital had sent out a plea for businesses todonate respirators and gloves. Bruce Wells, themuseum's restoration manager, located fournew N95 respirators and four new boxes ofnitrile gloves we had in stock, and they weredelivered to Washington Hospital March 25.These masks and gloves are typically usedby our volunteers when they restore trolleycars. The folks at Washington Hospital wereextremely appreciative! They wanted us to publicize the donation with the hope thatORTEERERMBULANCEit will encourage other businesses to do the same thing.-Scott Becker, Pennsylvania Trolley MuseumCaptain Amber Imhoff of theWashington Salvation Army passingout kites for the kids at Trinity HighSchool's lunch distribution on March 27.- Captain Amber Imhoff, TheWashington Salvation ArmyGateway Hospice honors ourlocal first responders, thankingthem for the outstandingresponse to the task at hand.- Amanda DeGusipeWE'RE COLLECTING STORIES & PHOTOS OF NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS!Submit your small acts of kindness at observer-reporter.com/heretohelp.You could be featured on a new page in the Observer-Reporter to spread a little good cheer among all this uncertainty. Neighbors Helping Neighbors The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum is trying to do its part to help with the pandemic. Washington Hospital had sent out a plea for businesses to donate respirators and gloves. Bruce Wells, the museum's restoration manager, located four new N95 respirators and four new boxes of nitrile gloves we had in stock, and they were delivered to Washington Hospital March 25. These masks and gloves are typically used by our volunteers when they restore trolley cars. The folks at Washington Hospital were extremely appreciative! They wanted us to publicize the donation with the hope that ORTEERER MBULANCE it will encourage other businesses to do the same thing. -Scott Becker, Pennsylvania Trolley Museum Captain Amber Imhoff of the Washington Salvation Army passing out kites for the kids at Trinity High School's lunch distribution on March 27. - Captain Amber Imhoff, The Washington Salvation Army Gateway Hospice honors our local first responders, thanking them for the outstanding response to the task at hand. - Amanda DeGusipe WE'RE COLLECTING STORIES & PHOTOS OF NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS! Submit your small acts of kindness at observer-reporter.com/heretohelp. You could be featured on a new page in the Observer-Reporter to spread a little good cheer among all this uncertainty.

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Neighbors Helping Neighbors The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum is trying to do its part to help with the pandemic. Washington Hospital had sent out a plea for businesses to donate respirators and gloves. Bruce Wells, the museum's restoration manager, located four new N95 respirators and four new boxes of nitrile gloves we had in stock, and they were delivered to Washington Hospital March 25. These masks and gloves are typically used by our volunteers when they restore trolley cars. The folks at Washington Hospital were extremely appreciative! They wanted us to publicize the donation with the hope that ORTEERER MBULANCE it will encourage other businesses to do the same thing. -Scott Becker, Pennsylvania Trolley Museum Captain Amber Imhoff of the Washington Salvation Army passing out kites for the kids at Trinity High School's lunch distribution on March 27. - Captain Amber Imhoff, The Washington Salvation Army Gateway Hospice honors our local first responders, thanking them for the outstanding response to the task at hand. - Amanda DeGusipe WE'RE COLLECTING STORIES & PHOTOS OF NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS! Submit your small acts of kindness at observer-reporter.com/heretohelp. You could be featured on a new page in the Observer-Reporter to spread a little good cheer among all this uncertainty. Neighbors Helping Neighbors The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum is trying to do its part to help with the pandemic. Washington Hospital had sent out a plea for businesses to donate respirators and gloves. Bruce Wells, the museum's restoration manager, located four new N95 respirators and four new boxes of nitrile gloves we had in stock, and they were delivered to Washington Hospital March 25. These masks and gloves are typically used by our volunteers when they restore trolley cars. The folks at Washington Hospital were extremely appreciative! They wanted us to publicize the donation with the hope that ORTEERER MBULANCE it will encourage other businesses to do the same thing. -Scott Becker, Pennsylvania Trolley Museum Captain Amber Imhoff of the Washington Salvation Army passing out kites for the kids at Trinity High School's lunch distribution on March 27. - Captain Amber Imhoff, The Washington Salvation Army Gateway Hospice honors our local first responders, thanking them for the outstanding response to the task at hand. - Amanda DeGusipe WE'RE COLLECTING STORIES & PHOTOS OF NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS! Submit your small acts of kindness at observer-reporter.com/heretohelp. You could be featured on a new page in the Observer-Reporter to spread a little good cheer among all this uncertainty.

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