Landlords association gives back

Courtesy photo The Central PA Landlords Association presented $10,100 to several area nonprofits. Recipients are (from left): standing — Mike Yeaton (Camp Anderson), $850; Krista Knapp (NEWS Worthy Network), $650; Debbie Kelly (Dreams Go On), $1,500; Dee Martin-Spallone (Angel Feet Ministries), $1,000; Shawna Hoover (Operation Our Town), $2,600; Kristi Biltz (Hollidaysburg Women’s Club), $1,500; and Jenny Walter (The Bair Foundation), $1,000. Becky Felton (Central Pennsylvania Humane Society), $1,000, is absent from the picture. Members of the Central PA Landlords Association are (from left): seated — Bud Boom, trustee; Vance Villano, treasurer; Bill Kitt, president; Barbara Weakland, vice president; Gloria Sprankle, secretary; and Heather Crusinberry, trustee. Missing from the picture are Paul Davis and Bud Cawthern, trustees. “The Central PA Landlords Association (CPLA) is growing and making a difference in the Community and we believe better landlords help build and maintain better communities,” Kitt said. “We are proactive in our efforts in working with local municipalities and interest groups to provide our support in their efforts. We encourage all landlords to join and help continue our success in supporting and educating landlords. There are many benefits in joining our organization, check out our website: www.centralpalandlords.com.”

Courtesy photo

The Central PA Landlords Association presented $10,100 to several area nonprofits. Recipients are (from left): standing — Mike Yeaton (Camp Anderson), $850; Krista Knapp (NEWS Worthy Network), $650; Debbie Kelly (Dreams Go On), $1,500; Dee Martin-Spallone (Angel Feet Ministries), $1,000; Shawna Hoover (Operation Our Town), $2,600; Kristi Biltz (Hollidaysburg Women’s Club), $1,500; and Jenny Walter (The Bair Foundation), $1,000. Becky Felton (Central Pennsylvania Humane Society), $1,000, is absent from the picture. Members of the Central PA Landlords Association are (from left): seated — Bud Boom, trustee; Vance Villano, treasurer; Bill Kitt, president; Barbara Weakland, vice president; Gloria Sprankle, secretary; and Heather Crusinberry, trustee. Missing from the picture are Paul Davis and Bud Cawthern, trustees. “The Central PA Landlords Association (CPLA) is growing and making a difference in the Community and we believe better landlords help build and maintain better communities,” Kitt said. “We are proactive in our efforts in working with local municipalities and interest groups to provide our support in their efforts. We encourage all landlords to join and help continue our success in supporting and educating landlords. There are many benefits in joining our organization, check out our website: www.centralpalandlords.com.”

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