Susquehanna Bank Donates To TriCounty Community Network’s Build Up Youth Program

Pottstown, Pa. (August 16, 2012) –TriCounty Community Network (TCN), a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving health, social and environmental conditions in Western Montgomery, Northern Chester and Eastern Berks counties in Pennsylvania, today announced its Build Up Youth program has received a donation from Susquehanna Bank’s Pottstown Office.

The donation will help support TCN’s Build Up Youth leadership development program for middle school students.  The program includes an annual Youth Leadership Conference and a school-based leadership project.  Through its efforts, the Build Up Youth program focuses on issues ranging from cyber bullying, drug & alcohol awareness, financial literacy, and entrepreneurship to safe dating, safe social networking, and protecting the environment.

“With so many negative influences for youth in our society today, our Build Up Youth program is an important initiative to educate these students and teach them the leadership skills to succeed in life,” said Jen Doyle, executive director for TCN.  “We appreciate Susquehanna Bank’s financial contribution to this important program.  We look forward to continuing to grow the program and positively influencing the youth of our area.”

“At Susquehanna Bank, we believe it’s important to invest in the future of our communities, and one of the best ways to do that is to support students,” said Katrina Belcher, Susquehanna Bank Market Manager.  “That’s why we’re proud to contribute to the TriCounty Community Network Build Up Youth Program.”

About TriCounty Community Network                 

TCN is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, membership-based organization that partners with nonprofits, businesses and community members to improve health, social and environmental conditions.  Serving Western Montgomery, Northern Chester and Eastern Berks counties in Pennsylvania, TCN offers seven key programs: Build Up Youth, C.A.R.E. (Caring in Alternative Residential Environments), Environmental Awareness, Family Literacy, Homeless Services, S.A.F.E. (Supporting Abuse Free Environments), and Workforce Development.  For more information on TCN, visitwww.tcnetwork.org.

TriCounty Community Network Activity Schedule

TCN Meetings & Events

Event Date & Time Location
6th Annual Healthy Lifestyles ExpoTCN Mini-Workshops for Seniors & CaregiversPresented by the TCN CARE & Environmental Awareness ProgramsSee flyer and workshop listing at:

http://www.repquigley.com/LifestylesExpo.aspx

Sponsored by State Rep. Thomas Quigley, The Mercury, Montgomery County Community College, and TCN

FridayApril 159:30am-1:30pm Montgomery County Community CollegeWest Campus101 College DrivePottstown
April Membership MeetingTaking Back the Tap with Water FiltrationLearn why buying bottled water is not the answer and how to make your water at home and work safer for all uses.Presented by the TCN Environmental Awareness Program

Sponsored by the Chiropractic & Wellness Center

http://www.spinemassageandrehab.com/index.php 

Register by Friday, April 15th.  Call 610-705-3301, Ext. 2

TuesdayApril 198am-10am Montgomery County Community CollegeWest Campus101 College DrivePottstown

Community Room

Cinco de Mayo Networking EventJoin TCN for drinks, hors d’oeuvres and networking
at a fundraising eventSponsored by Atria Woodbridge Place and ManorCare Health Services. Music provided by High Street Music Company.$25 for TCN Members*

$35 for Non-Members

*$20 for TCN Members who pay by April 29th.

Payment must be received by April 29th for discount.

Ticket info: 610-705-3301, Ext. 2

ThursdayMay 57pm-9pm Atria Woodbridge Place1191 Rapps Dam Rd.
Kimberton
Youth Leadership Summit Presented by the TCN Build Up Youth Program TuesdayMay 10 Berean Conference Center
Pottstown
May Membership MeetingHosted & Sponsored by Frederick Mennonite Communityhttp://www.frederick-mennonite.org/  TuesdayMay 178am-10am Frederick Mennonite Community2849 Big Road
Frederick
TriCounty Community Career Fair Presented by the TCN Exelon Nuclear Workforce Development ProgramSponsored by Exelon Nuclear, United Way SEPA, Sunnybrook, TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce, Montgomery County Community College, Montgomery County Workforce Investment Board, and TCN WednesdayMay 1811am-1pm Sunnybrook Ballroom50 N. Sunnybrook Rd
Pottstown

 Partnering to improve health, social and environmental conditions.

TriCounty Community Network

260 High Street, Pottstown, PA  19464

TCN Information & Questions – 610-705-3301, Extension 2
First Call Information & Referral Service – 610-705-3301, Extension 3
www.TCNetwork.org