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Maybe it’s the quiet energy of the forest, or the song of the golden-winged warbler, or even the stillness of the pristine 52-acre glacial lake that appeals to the hundreds of visitors who come to Lacawac Sanctuary each year. No matter why they come, all visitors leave with a profound appreciation for nature and all its wonder.
It’s the holiday season and PPL employees are busy spreading the joy and magic of the season to many around the regions we serve. Here’s a look at just 12 of the ways our employees are keeping the holiday magic alive:
Even the most open-minded, well-intentioned people can fall victim to making snap judgments that aren’t aligned with their core values and beliefs. And those quick decisions, although not intended, could prevent others from getting a fair shake. That’s the main message behind the Check Your Blind Spots mobile tour.
The shrieks from kids racing down the slide, the laughter of grandparents playing with their grandchildren, the crack of a bat connecting with a fastball as the crowd cheers. These are the sounds that echo throughout Veterans Memorial Park in Newport, Pennsylvania. Just a couple of years ago, this park wasn’t so lively.
Nov. 8 is National STEM Day, but at PPL we’re working year-round to support educators who are helping their students advance in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math.
For many kids, summer vacation is a chance to kick back, relax and take a break. For the youths who spend their summer working at the LEAF Project, this is their time to get up early, work hard and bloom into the leaders of tomorrow.
September is National Preparedness Month, a good time to make plans in case of emergency. Here are tips for how to pack an emergency kit for your vehicle.
September is National Preparedness Month, a good time to prepare for disasters. Here are tips for creating and practicing a fire escape plan.
With smartphones, iPad and laptops, many of us take for granted the ease of accessing the internet. But for LGBT youth who may be homeless or housing insecure due to familial homophobia, the Cyber Center at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center serves as a lifeline.