Photo: (L-R) Colleen Phillips, Vice President Marketing, Service 1st; Bob Stoudt, Director, MARC, and Bill Lavage, President/CEO, Service 1st.
Service 1st Federal Credit Union President/CEO, Bill Lavage, recently presented Bob Stoudt, Director of the Montour Area Recreation Commission (MARC), with a $10,000 donation. The funds will be used to assist MARC with operational needs and a number of upcoming projects.
“This contribution from Service 1st has helped to make possible new signage at the Riverside Borough river access, the recently completed bike jumps and pump track at Hopewell Park and MARC’s continued operation and maintenance of the North Branch Canal Trail, Hess Recreation Area and the Montour Preserve,” said Bob Stoudt, Director, MARC. “The continued support of Service 1st – whether through financial contributions or the volunteer efforts of employees – has allowed MARC to achieve many projects we could not have otherwise done. We’re sincerely grateful for all that Service 1st does to make our community an even better place to live, work and play.”
MARC is a group of mostly volunteers, committed to providing the best possible recreation facilities for the people of Montour County and the area serviced by the Danville Area School District.
“Bob Stoudt and everyone involved with the Montour Area Recreation Commission have greatly enhanced the recreational opportunities in our community for all ages,” said Bill Lavage, President/CEO, Service 1st. “We are proud to support MARC.”
In addition to the current projects, Stoudt added that they also hope to use the funds to create several wildflower meadows at MARC-operated sites in 2018.
To learn more about MARC, please visit www.MontourRec.com.