PSECU supports Mid-State Literacy Council through sponsorship of Community Spelling Bee
HARRISBURG, PA (April 28, 2017) — PSECU was proud to sponsor the 18th Annual Ron & Mary Maxwell Community Spelling Bee, which was held in front of an audience of more than 150 at the Foxdale Village Auditorium in State College on April 5th.
This event was comprised of 19 teams made up of two or three adults competing to be crowned the Spelling Bee champions. Participants included Penn State University students, staff and faculty members, local business and community leaders, and State College residents wishing to support the literacy council’s mission. In addition to sponsoring the event, a team of PSECU Interns – Kathryn Lebo, Ashley Stoffa and Tony Pensa – took part in the competition.
The Spelling Bee is the Mid-State Literacy Council’s primary annual fundraiser. To learn more about them, visit www.mid-stateliteracycouncil.org.
PSECU Financial Center Manager Heidi Wrights and interns Ashley Stoffa, Kathryn Lebo, Rita Hung, Tony Pensa and Nedji Jean-Claude pose with Ike the Spike, mascot of the State College Spikes minor league baseball team.
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