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Pitching in for United Way Day of Caring

Chad Ryan | The Journal Gazette
Jill Eley, executive assistant to the regional president of PNC Bank, pulls weeds from a garden bed at the Early Childhood Alliance on Thursday during the United Way Day of Caring. Eley and other PNC employees joined about 1,200 volunteers throughout Allen County who participated in 70 community service projects. See story on Page 1C.