About free coffee and Angel Trees: York Daily Record/York Newspaper Co. engage with community
Folks, notice the free coffee for the first five who look up our reporters on Dec. 12.
Every day, people at the York Daily Record/Sunday News and York Newspaper Co. reach out to the community.
They do it in person, as we see above with the Green Bean appearance by business reporters Gary Haber and Brett Sholtis.
We do it in our 1891 Loucks Road plant, as evidenced by our involvement in the Angel Tree Program at the bottom.
We call it community engagement, a role we see as crucial in helping to make our community a community.
OK, here are other examples of engagement.
And don’t forget Gary and Brett … and that free coffee offer for the first five who engage with them.
We offered suggestions for Gov. Wolf’s cabinet, the GOP reached across the aisle and agreed with our picks and Flint McGolgan tweeted out the news.
.@YorkpaGOP chair said @YDReditpage‘s 8 suggestions for Wolf cabinet would be good picks for state, county. http://t.co/Un4JQW8Tor @ydrcom
— Flint McColgan (@FlintMcColgan) December 3, 2014
We provided a hashtag and a steady stream of tweets and Facebook posts to foster voting for DaNica Shirey:
If you want to save @NicaShirey on #The Voice, the hashtag #VoiceSaveDanica is what you want to use right now during the next five minutes. — YDR online (@ydrcom) December 3, 2014
We asked you for Christmas light displays, you responded and we gathered your favorites.
Just started the 2014 #yorkpa Christmas lights map today and already got a ton of submissions. @ydrcom http://t.co/7MQ46U9lgw
— Matt Eyer (@mjeyer) December 4, 2014
This image brings many York countians back to another time – a post-World War II moment in which York, Pa.’s retail might was at its height. We asked, and you responded with memories that help knit together our community:
The York Newspaper Co.’s recent company-wide campaign collected more than 80 toys for The Salvation Army of York’s Angel Tree Program.
YNC has supported the Angel Tree Program since 1994.
The Salvation Army of York will serve more than 2,000 children in the York area this year.
In 2013, the Salvation Army distributed 7,907 toys. For more information, contact The Salvation Army of York, 1090 Haines Rd., York or by calling 717 840-1300.