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YORK, Pa. -- With its latest gift to children’s causes totaling more than $120,000, Rutter’s Farm Stores’ community outreach for the past six years reached the $1.5 million mark.
"Generations of customers and their families have supported our business through the years," Scott Hartman, president and chief executive officer of Rutter’s Farm Stores, said in a statement.
Among recipients was the York County Library System, which received $40,000 to support its 2009 summer reading program. The Children’s Home of York will receive a new kitchen renovation thanks to a $36,500 pledge. Rutter’s also awarded $25,000 to the United Cerebral Palsy of South Central Pennsylvania for the purchase of equipment for its children’s center.
"As we enjoy a record year of company investment and growth, we feel fortunate to be able to give back to the customers and communities that help to make Rutter’s successful. In particular, we're proud to support these organizations and the work they do to better the lives of children, our most precious resource," Hartman said in a statement.