Dauphin County Register of Wills & Clerk of the Orphans' Court

Dauphin County Register of Wills & Clerk of the Orphans' Court The Register of Wills and Clerk of the Orphans’ Court is a dual officeholder who is elected to a four-year term.

Jean Marfizo King, a life-long resident of Dauphin County, was elected in November 2011 and was sworn into office in January 2012.


Dauphin County Commissioners Announce $9.1 Million in Gaming Grants

Dauphin County Commissioners George Hartwick, III, Justin Douglas and Mike Pries announced the awarding of $9.1 million in gaming dollars from Hollywood Casino to provide for emergency responder equipment, food bank resources, school security upgrades, handicapped accessible improvements to public buildings, playgrounds, infrastructure projects and more, spanning more than 200 initiatives.

The Board of Commissioners approved the awards today to more than 200 recipients, with funding available through the casino local share revenue program.

These awards to projects and agencies save local taxpayers the financial burden of these costs, preserve construction-related jobs, and enhance pedestrian, fire, and public safety, the commissioners emphasized.

“These projects and programs are vital to the community and would require taxpayer funds if not for the local share revenue,” Board Chairman Hartwick said. “The grant process is a highly competitive one that will leverage funds for projects that are well worthy of support and will have the greatest community impact.”

The Dauphin County Gaming Advisory Board (GAB) presented recommendations to the commissioners on who should receive funding. Those recommendations were made following an extensive application and hearing process.

The GAB said it considered and prioritized public interest, emergency and human services, transportation, and infrastructure projects.

“These gaming dollars go a long way in preventing property tax hikes and improving fire equipment, parks and other public resources,” Commissioner Mike Pries said. “These project costs otherwise would have been borne by taxpayers.”

Commissioner Douglas noted that “I am enthusiastic about the increased backing for Emergency Medical Services initiatives, particularly in the northern part of the county, as they strive to enhance response times.”

Here is a complete list of projects awarded funding:

Host & Contiguous

1. East Hanover Township (Annual Road maintenance and repair $384,000; Grantville Volunteer Fire Company assistance with down payment costs for new pumper $240,000) - $624,000.
2. Derry Township (Hershey Public Library replacement of air conditioning system $96,000 conditioned upon securing the remaining funds for the project; Hershey Volunteer Fire Company debt service for Engine 48-1 and Attack 48 $150,125; Derry Township Community Cats install shed at location to handle overflow of supplies $2,625) - $248,750.
3. Middle Paxton Township (Debt service payment for DCIB-G Loan on the Potato Valley Road project $38,400; Debt service payment for DCIB Loan on Red Hill Road project $119,040; Rehabilitate local bridge on McKelvey Road $52,220; Dauphin Middle Paxton Joint Park Authority replace deteriorated pool infrastructure and decking; addition of ADA compliant chair lift and new flume slide $90,000) - $299,660.
4. Rush Township (Pennsylvania State University artists' fees for live music in lobbies program $7,500) - $7,500.
5. South Hanover Township (Debt service payment for municipal complex $192,000; Construct new public works facility and purchase pumper/tanker to replace 1992 engine $48,000; Crestview Manor Civic Association connect existing community park building to proposed municipal sewers $11,250) - $251,250.
6. West Hanover Township (Purchase new NFPA radios for fire company $216,960; 717 Athletics facility improvements, athlete scholarships, emergency preparedness, floor, and equipment $1,500; Tall Cedars of Lebanon, Forest 43 Pole Building for storage of mowers and outdoor equipment $7,500) - $225,960.

Municipal and Municipal Services Awards

1. Berrysburg Municipal Authority (Debt service on new sewage treatment plant) - $31,285.
2. Conewago Township (Debt reduction on DCIB loan for Meadow Lane Project) - $150,000.
3. Court Administration for Magisterial District Judge Offices (Land acquisition, site work, construction costs and debt service related to new MDJ facilities) - $225,000.
4. Dauphin Borough (Debt reduction on wastewater treatment plant) - $58,788.
5. Dauphin County Department of Public Safety (Funding for a comprehensive study of site locations, current equipment and to develop a replacement plan for radio communications and radio tower sites) - $73,200.
6. Dauphin County Economic Development Corporation (Broadband Expansion Project benefiting unserved/underserved residents and businesses) - $173,317.
7. Dauphin County Economic Development Corporation (Dauphin County Infrastructure Bank - General Program interest rate subsidy) - $307,900. 4
8. Dauphin County General Authority (Payment of debt service on golf course irrigation system replacement project) - $136,992.
9. Dauphin County Human Resources (Human Resources files scanning project) - $17,280.
10. Dauphin County Human Services (Human Services direct and other services integration Project) - $109,848.
11. Dauphin County Local Emergency Planning Committee (Funds to replace Hazardous Materials Response Team portable radios) - $69,120.
12. Dauphin County Parks and Recreation (DCIB-G loan repayment for Detweiler Park project) - $96,000.
13. Dauphin County Redevelopment Authority (Joint effort with Penn State Harrisburg for economic and community development initiatives) - $72,000.
14. Dauphin County Sheriff's Office (Annual lease payment for radio replacement project and purchase and upfit a 2024 Ford Interceptor SUV) - $67,200.
15. Fisherville Volunteer Fire Co. No. 1/Jackson Township (Debt reduction for fire station project) - $37,000.
16. Gratz Area Fire Co. No. 1 of Gratz, Pennsylvania (Purchase new thermal imaging cameras, fire hose and nozzles) - $36,000.
17. Halifax Area Recreational Authority (Roadway improvements and access to Veterans Park) - $24,375.
18. Harrisburg City (Rehabilitation of the first floor of the MLK City Government Center) - $206,400. 19. Harrisburg Redevelopment Authority (Installation of a park at 15th and Swatara Streets (conditioned upon a final MOU with Harrisburg City for maintenance of park) - $72,000.
20. Housing Authority of the County of Dauphin (Funding to partner with Center for Employment Opportunities to provide work-force development) - $48,000.
21. Hummelstown Borough (Debt service for Municipal/Public Safety Building $37,500 and debt service on the Swatara Township Authority Dryer, stormwater projects and Bullfrog Valley stream restoration project $116,117) – $153,617.
22. Hummelstown Chemical Fire Co. No. 1 (Debt service on 2023 Pierce ladder truck) - $36,000.
23. Liberty Hose Co. No. 2 (Purchase 30 new Scott air pack cylinders) - $20,880.
24. Linglestown Fire Co. No. 1 (Debt relief for construction of new regional Forestry Special Services Station) - $54,805.
25. Londonderry Township (Swatara Creek Road realignment and rehabilitation project) - $120,000.
26. Lower Paxton Township - Parks and Recreation Department (Funding for Conway Tract improvements / Master Plan $84,000 and Happy Tails Dog Park / Kohl Park $108,000) - $192,000.
27. Lower Swatara Township (Funding to offset 2015 and 2017 DCIB Loans and DCIB-G loan related to storm water, sanitary sewer and creek restoration projects) - $151,192.
28. Lower Swatara Vol. Fire Department (Debt relief for 2018 Pierce Pumper/Tanker) - $38,400.
29. Lykens Borough Authority (Construction of well #3 to service Lykens Borough and Wiconisco Township) - $120,000.
30. Middletown Area School District (Raiderpacks Food Scarcity Backpack Program) - $50,000.
31. Middletown Volunteer Fire Department (Debt reduction of 2020 Seagrave Pumper Truck) - $48,000.
32. Mifflin Township (Full replacement of deteriorated Weaver Road culvert) - $48,000.
33. Millersburg Area School District (Replacement of old doors and installation of access controls) - $15,312.
34. Millersburg Borough (Funds to install ADA ramps along Market Street to increase walkability) - $96,000.
35. Millersburg Fire Co. No. 1 (Update and replace portable radio system) - $109,175.
36. Penbrook Borough (Asylum Run debt Reduction) - $96,000.
37. Pillow Borough Authority (Rehabilitate treated water storage tank) - $38,400.
38. Pillow Fire Company No. 1 (Debt reduction related to refurbishment of 2000 HME) - $48,000.
39. Reed Township (Debt reduction for new municipal building to replace deteriorated office trailer) - $54,597.
40. Reliance Hose Co. No.1 Elizabethville, PA (Install emergency vehicle exhaust extinction system) - $33,600.
41. Royalton Borough (Purchase compact wheel loader with attachments for maintenance $60,000 and Borough Hall Phase II Roof Repair Project $60,000) - $120,000.
42. Steelton Highspire School District (Funding to enhance sports facilities and complete fencing around the War Memorial Veterans field) - $48,000.
43. Steelton Vol. Fire Dept. (Purchase Rapid Intervention Team (RIT) equipment and two sets of firefighting gear) - $18,300.

44. Susquehanna Township (Funding to begin development of Wedgewood Hills Park $38,400, funds to install sidewalks in front of the municipal building at 1900 Linglestown Road $48,000 and funding to complete the design of the new public safety building for Progress Fire Station (No. 32) $96,000) - $182,400.
45. Susquehanna Township School District (Funding to install 70 new security cameras on the school campuses in the Township) - $57,600.
46. Swatara Township (Bishop Park Phase I - School age play equipment for new children's playground construction) - $158,400.
47. Tri-County Regional Planning Commission (Water Resources Enhancement Program and proposed Flood Resilience Stormwater Model) - $33,600.
48. Upper Paxton Township (Demolition and replacement of existing salt shed that supplies multiple municipalities) - $144,000.
49. Washington Township (Debt relief for roof replacement costs and engineering costs for municipal building expansion) - $96,000.
50. Wiconisco Fire Engine Co. of Wiconisco, PA (Debt reduction for Rescue Engine purchased in 2018) - $38,400.
51. Wiconisco Township (Wastewater treatment system improvements – Pump Station No. 2 upgrade) - $76,800.
52. Williams Township (Street asphalt resurfacing project for safe and passable roadways) - $59,136.

Other Awards

1. 6870 Derry St LLC d/b/a The Wharf (Reconfigure new kitchen and purchase upgraded kitchen equipment) - $17,430.
2. ABCJ LLC t/a Café Fresco (Restaurant business relocation project) - $11,250.
3. Actions of Change Foundation, Inc. (Purchase barbering supplies and equipment, personal hygiene items, food and clothing for mobile barber shop and youth activities) - $3,750. 6
4. Active Learning Center in Hershey, LLC (Funding to secure school supplies and equipment necessary to improve and enhance learning) - $11,250.
5. African Chamber of Commerce of Pennsylvania (Contract with local paralegal to assist residents to obtain citizenship) - $33,000.
6. AJB Drug & Alcohol Mentoring Services (Funding to support the costs for counseling and mentoring programs for un/under-insured City residents) - $3,750.
7. All You Can, Inc. (Computer equipment for the All You Can House Project for after-school programs, food pantry, rental assistance, family therapy) - $7,500.
8. American Designed Technology Management, LLC (Software for the professional/ management training facility) - $9,000.
9. Apex Healthcare Services, LLC (Purchase two used minivans to transport employees providing home care to residents; Condition not to apply for transportation related items for 2 years) - $22,500.
10. Asian Refugees United (Improve and expand youth programs at the Asian Refugees United Youth Center) - $15,000.
11. BeaHive Affordable Housing Outreach Inc. (Innovative affordable housing project designed to make rent-to-own housing more accessible) - $19,500.
12. Berrysburg Borough and Mifflin Township Recreation Assoc. (Playground enhancement and improvement project) - $11,250.
13. Blessed 2 Give, Inc. (Funding to provide stable and supportive housing to youth who have aged out of the foster care program) - $18,750.

14. Breaking the Chainz, Inc. (Better Housing for a Better Community Phase II affordable housing safe space for a safer community project) - $18,750.
15. Bridge of Hope Harrisburg Area (Transportation project assisting single homeless mothers with vehicle purchases and repairs) - $18,750.
16. Cameron Street LP (Adaptive reuse of 38 Cameron Street into 6 affordable housing units and 10,000 sf of commercial space) - $22,500.
17. Camp Hebron, Inc. (Capital Campaign Project - sewer/water connection and replacement of lower loop cabins) - $11,250.
18. Campbell Associates (Funds to build final 2 - 3 cottages on N. 2nd St. in Lykens) - $22,500.
19. Capital Area Greenbelt Association (Fence installation project to prevent illegal dumping on the Cameron Parkway hillside) - $22,500.
20. Capital Area Therapeutic Riding Association (Purchase a new Gator crossover utility vehicle and Mini-Excavator 26G Compact at therapeutic farm) - $30,000.
21. Capital Region Literacy Council (Acquire books to benefit students by enhancing literacy health) - $7,500.
22. Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Harrisburg (Safety & security upgrades and key fobs to St. Samuel Center needed to serve clients) - $57,635.
23. Center for Employment Opportunities, Inc. (Workforce development project for justice impacted individuals; Conditioned upon sustaining existing Dauphin County program and not to be used for vans) - $75,000.
24. Chop Chop 1, LLC (Funds for construction/renovation to open Playa Bowls franchise) - $18,750.
25. Christ Lutheran Church & Health Ministries (Repair and replacement of sewer main line at free health clinics) - $22,500.
26. Christian Recovery Aftercare Ministry, Inc. (CRAM) (Installation of building access security system with cameras) - $18,750.
27. Civic Club of Harrisburg (ADA improvements at the Overlook and the Women's History Garden) - $7,241.
28. Cocoa Packs, Inc (Purchase non-perishable foods for weekly packs) - $75,000.
29. Community Check-Up Center of South Harrisburg, Inc. (ADA entry at Harrisburg Housing Authority medical service facility) - $14,400.
30. Courtyard of Honor, Inc. (Memorial gardens at Hershey square to honor veterans, gold star members and emergency responders who died in the line of duty) - $22,500.
31. Crawdaddys 306 LLC (Servesafe certifications and uniforms for re-entry and under-skilled population in Culinary Training Program) - $7,500.
32. Crime Stoppers of Dauphin County, Inc. (Funding for awareness efforts and to provide safety and security to residents) - $11,250.
33. Cross Point United Methodist Church (Upgrades to Church, early learning center and preschool facilities and programming and materials) - $8,593.
34. Dauphin County Bar Foundation (Funding to retain dedicated family law attorney serving Dauphin County clients in custody matters; Condition not to apply for 5 years) - $30,000.
35. Dauphin County Court Appointed Special Advocates (Funding to support the purchase of office supplies, equipment, furniture, and outreach materials) - $24,000.
36. Dauphin County Critical Incident Stress Management Team (Training for current and new members that support County first responders) - $11,136.
37. Dauphin County Library System (McCormick Riverfront Library integration project for ADA accessibility and additional services) - $48,000.
38. Daza Development (Provide funding for 12 months of administration, management, planning and financial development to 15 non-profit organizations) - $3,750.

39. Diverse Investment Group LLC (Year 2 - Shipping Container affordable housing) - $15,000.
40. Downtown Daily Bread (Funds for emergency shelter, meals, and human services for the homeless and food insecure) - $75,000.
41. Driven from Within (Equipment, basketballs and uniforms for youth development and education programs) - $8,884.
42. Easyudo Services, LLC (Purchase two vehicles with 5-8 seats to transport individuals with special needs to appointments; Condition that it cannot apply for transportation related items for 2 years) - $18,750.
43. Elizabethville American Legion Post 404 (Construction of ADA ramp at Legion facility) - $7,031. 44. Enders Landscaping, LLC (Purchase equipment to expand business, increase efficiency and provide higher quality jobs) - $5,625.
45. Evolve Youth Trades Academy (Funds to purchase a van and equipment for the youth trades academy and curriculum; Condition not to apply for transportation related project for 2 years) - $31,875. 46. Family Circle Ministries (Funding for roof work to provide housing and mentoring to those in need) - $13,744.
47. Foundation for Central Dauphin Schools d/b/a Panther Ram Foundation (Food purchase for NutriPacks Program) - $50,000.
48. Fox's Wash and Go, LLC (Three stackable dryers for new laundromat along with nine apartments for homeless veteran women/women seeking refuge from domestic violence) - $30,119.
49. Friends of Midland Cemetery (Preservation of headstones and tree removal at historic cemetery) - $13,894.
50. Full Circle Music, Inc. (Funds for construction and equipment costs for recording music, etc. at rental hall) - $11,250.
51. Goldfinger Child Care and Learning Centers LLC (Purchase 2 mini-school buses to provide before/after school transportation; Conditioned on purchasing bus in year one and cannot apply for 2 years for transportation related items) - $18,750.
52. Good Karma Garage (Facility rental costs and purchase of an alignment machine and lift to increase free auto repair services offered; Condition that grant goes to equipment) - $22,679.
53. Graceful Acres, Inc. (Funds to reduce debt related to cost of building materials for new facility) - $11,250.
54. Greater Zion Missionary Baptist Church (Funds to complete sidewalk repaving project) - $23,925. 55. H.I.S. Ministry (Funding for youth program - Father Me) - $21,375
56. Hamilton Health Center (Purchase medical equipment, furniture, and fixtures for new medical facility in Steelton) - $31,335.
57. HANNA's Pantry Inc. (Food purchases for food insecurity program and loading dock repairs) - $45,000.
58. Harrisburg Area Food Pantry (Funding for emergency food supplies and personal care items) - $15,000.
59. Harrisburg Area Police Athletic League (Funds to purchase van to continue building infrastructure to assist HAPAL to bring mentoring services to Dauphin Co.; Condition not to apply for transportation related project for 2 years) - $18,750.
60. Harrisburg Area Young Men's Christian Association d/b/a Harrisburg Area YMCA - Friendship Branch (Upgrade and improve building security at Friendship Branch) - $11,250.
61. Harrisburg Area Young Men's Christian Association d/b/a Harrisburg Area YMCA - Northern Dauphin Co. Branch (Upgrade and improve back half of parking lot) - $9,750.
62. Harrisburg Region Central Labor Council (Building infrastructure improvements for safety of volunteers and clients) - $55,000.

63. Harristown Development Corporation (Purchase and rehabilitation of 104 and 106 Walnut Street) - $30,000.
64. Hershey Partnership (Website improvements to further unite the community of Derry Twp. as a central source for events, business listings, tourism, and member connections) - $8,175.
65. Hidden Still, Inc. (Construction of multi-use space in trolley car barn) - $25,000.
66. Historic Harrisburg Association (New HVAC system for Historic Harrisburg Resource Center) - $18,750.
67. Historical Society of Dauphin County (Capital project to restore, renovate and repair exterior of John Harris-Simon Cameron Mansion) - $16,706.
68. Historical Society of Millersburg and Upper Paxton Twp. (Phase II - digitizing local news from the Upper Dauphin Sentinel and 2,000 historical photos) - $3,750.
69. Homeland Center (Funds to replace aging telephone system) - $55,000.
70. Hospice of Central Pennsylvania (Renovate family bathroom at headquarters) - $11,250.
71. Hummelstown American Legion 265 (Handicap ramp improvements at Legion facility) - $2,925.
72. J&K Investment Holdings LLC (Construct 4 townhouse units on blighted property) - $11,250.
73. Jewish Federation of Greater Harrisburg (Accessible playground project at Alexander Grass Campus) - $37,500.
74. Joshua Group (Security system and kitchen upgrades at its free youth programming location) - $9,566.
75. Justice House of Hope, Inc. (Purchase a van to transport human trafficking victims to receive human and social services; Conditioned upon all other project funds being secured and not to apply for transportation related project for 2 years) - $11,250.
76. Keon Enterprises, LLC (Purchase a handicap accessible van to provide services to seniors and disabled persons; Condition not to apply for transportation related items for 2 years) - $37,500.
77. Keystone Human Services (Renovate and expand classroom space at New Love in Christ Church for Capital Area Head Start) - $37,500.
78. Kiddie Academy, Inc. d/b/a Kiddie Academy of Harrisburg PA (Install playground equipment and purchase new projector, smartboards, computers, and sanitizer) - $15,225.
79. Kidney Foundation of Central Pennsylvania (Enhance and expand mobile application so users can complete classes virtually and to report their day today responses to treatment) - $9,000.
80. Koon's Memorial Park Swim Club (Relocate and replace diving board) - $11,250.
81. Latino Connection Foundation, Inc. (Construction costs and water pressure issues related to the Sycamore housing project) - $37,500.
82. LGBT Community Center Coalition of Central PA (Renovations to new location at 1323 N. Front St.) - $37,500.
83. LHACC - Latino Hispanic American Community Center (Building renovation and furniture for bi-lingual workforce development initiative) - $22,500.
84. Linglestown Baseball Association (Construction of baseball dugouts at Koons Park) - $18,750.
85. Lions Club of Lower Swatara (Upgrades to building) - $12,161.
86. Manada Golf Club, Inc. (Demolition and reconstruction of golf course water storage dam) - $50,000. 87. Mary's Health and Fitness, LLC (Strength and conditioning room equipment purchase) - $18,750. 88. Metro's of Tomorrow Youth Barber Academy Inc. (Renovations of Barber School that provides mentoring, training and other youth programs; Conditioned upon securing a location and that grant cannot be used for rent) - $11,250.
89. Middletown Swim Club (Debt reduction on pool repairs) - $10,000.
90. Midwest Food Bank (Implementation of food inventory control system with hardware and software) - $6,660.

91. Millersburg American Legion Post 326 (Facility roof repairs, installation of updated floors and ADA bathroom improvements) - $21,000.
92. Millersburg Little League Association (Installation of new LED lighting on baseball field) - $17,250.
93. MOSELF - Men of the Southeast League Field, Inc. (Restore and upgrade Cloverly Heights Park little league field) - $9,750.
94. Mountain be Removed Outreach Center (Funding for Penbrook seniors food boxes program) - $13,500.
95. Mountain View Counseling & Wellness Center, LLC (Expand current location) - $15,450.
96. Movers for Me PA LLC d/b/a Movers for Me (Enhancement of transportation services and amplification of storage facilities) - $7,500.
97. National Civil War Museum (Capital improvements to building and mechanics) - $18,000.
98. National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. Harrisburg Chapter (Implementation of education, programs and initiatives that affect the Black community) - $11,250.
99. Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art (Funds to install a chair lift in the amphitheater) - $22,500. 100. Neighboring Group LLC (Convert steel shipping containers into modular makerspaces for Steel High students to receive specialized instruction) - $18,750.
101. Open Stage (Backstage hallway and HVAC project) - $17,239.
102. Partnership for Hope (Purchase a used box truck to deliver food to families in need) - $11,250.
103. Pennsylvania STEAM Academy Foundation (Purchase of smartboards) - $3,914.
104. Peyton Walker Foundation (The 4-Minute City Project to provide AEDs and reduce response time) - $22,500.
105. Pop's House (Debt service related to acquisition of veterans’ home) - $9,000.
106. Premier Health and Human Services, LLC (Purchase three vans and additional equipment to service program participants' transportation needs; Condition that it cannot apply for transportation related items for 2 years) - $11,250.
107. Rapid Car Rental LLC (Purchase additional vehicles to provide reliable transportation for low income/minority residents; Condition that it cannot apply for transportation related items for 2 years) - $11,250.
108. Roots Logistics, LLC (Purchase tractor trailer for a CDL training program for Steelton veterans and returning citizens) - $11,250.
109. Salvation Army (Closing the food loop project including warehouse expansion, equipment purchases and HVAC system reconfiguration) - $30,126.
110. Scholars Inc. d/b/a Thrive Housing Services (Renovation of 603-605 N. 2nd Street for youth emergency shelter and housing program) - $37,500.
111. Second City Church (Safety & security improvements for historic building) - $12,000.
112. Social Enterprise Institute (Introduce software tool into the business strategies of three nonprofit organizations) - $11,250.
113. Sprocket Mural Works Inc. (Funding to decrease blight and increase community pride through art in the Allison Hill neighborhood) - $9,000.
114. St. Catherine Laboure Athletic Association (Replace bleachers and wall padding in gymnasium/community center space) - $11,250.
115. St. Patrick's Cathedral (Phase III of the Cathedral Education Center rehabilitation project) - $18,750.
116. St. Paul's Episcopal Church (Installation of security doors and fencing, roof repairs and support of community fair) - $11,250.

117. St. Stephen's Episcopal School (School facility repairs and safety improvements) - $18,150.
118. Steelton Community Development Foundation (Capital improvements to revitalize Borough's boat dock area) - $56,250.
119. Susquehanna Area Mountain Bike Assoc. (SAMBA) (Purchase two electric mountain bikes and a utility trailer for building and maintaining trails) - $3,750.
120. Susquehanna Area Regional Airport Authority (Purchase 3,000-gallon Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting Vehicle) - $55,680.
121. Swatara Township Karate Academy Inc. (Purchase students gear, office supplies, advertising, and support for events) - $3,750.
122. Sylvia Group, LLC (Affordable housing renovation project and equipment needs to advance the cleaning & lawn care components of the company) - $22,500.
123. Tall Cedars of Lebanon Millersburg Forest . (ADA sidewalk improvements and select roof replacements project) - $7,500.
124. Tasty Dishes LLC (Updating kitchen equipment at Broad Street Market) - $7,500.
125. Tears for Tarina, Inc. (Market Street property renovation project to shelter and serve women fleeing domestic violence) - $11,250.
126. Technology 4 Me (Funds for the Bridge the Digital Divide program - providing training and resources to the elders, students, and veterans of Dauphin Co.) - $12,600.
127. Tribe on a Quest Inc. (Purchase 15 seat passenger vans to provide transportation to employment opportunities; Condition that it cannot apply for transportation related items for 2 years) - $18,750.
128. Tri-County OIC (Training the future of life-sustaining careers in multiple industries for vulnerable population) - $45,000.
129. Trinity Preschool (Purchase a multi-passenger van to transport children and their families; Condition that it cannot apply for transportation related items for 2 years) - $15,000.
130. United Way of the Capital Region (Contact to Care educational videos that help low-income families gain access to health insurance and expansion of initiative) - $22,500.
131. Upper Dauphin Council of Governments (EMS Study to aid municipal members in securing public safety services) - $51,000.
132. Veterans Outreach of Harrisburg (Debt service related to tiny home community for homeless veterans) - $22,500.
133. Vineyard at Hershey, LLC (New patio bar, bathrooms, and stage project) - $18,750.
134. Vista School (Replace smoke detector and fire alarm system) - $15,000.
135. Wesley Union Church (Outreach Services Funds for the costs of building upkeep, accessible entrance and restrooms for emergency shelter, meals & human services) - $15,000.
136. Williamstown American Legion Post 239 (Facility improvements) - $15,000.
137. Williamstown PA Historical Society (Facility improvements and traffic control measures) - $7,128. 138. Wisa Enterprises, LLC (Purchase three vans to provide transportation and home care services to seniors and disabled persons; Condition that it cannot apply for transportation related items for 2 years) - $26,250.
139. Writer's Wordshop with Nate Gadsden (Youth engagement program funds - anti-crime, healthy self-living, and anti-gang programs) - $11,250.

140. YWCA of Greater Harrisburg (Renovate/rehabilitate John Crain Kunkle Building headquarters) - $37,500
141. Zecharya International Inc. d/b/a ModernRugs.com (Midtown Harrisburg Arts Corridor Revitalization Project) - $15,000.
142. Zeta Theta Lambda Foundation (Retrofit space at headquarters into a space for academic tutoring, mentoring & community awareness) - $12,000.
143. Dauphin County Redevelopment Authority (Administration) - $100,000.
144. Dauphin County Land Bank Authority (Administration) - $94,873. M. Unrestricted Local Share Grant to the Dauphin County Industrial Development Authority

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