RSVP of the Capital Region has named Victoria and Cyrus Condran, volunteers with the Salvation Army of Lebanon, as its Lebanon County Volunteers of the Month for May. Victoria has been volunteering faithfully with the Salvation Army’s Second Harvest food distribution program for 7 years as a sign-in specialist. Cyrus has been volunteering for over 4 years with the Second Harvest program as the first point of contact and as a food distribution assistant. According to Lucinda Semsick, Salvation Army Caseworker/Bookkeeper, “the Condran’s are crucial to the smooth operation of the Second Harvest program and we greatly appreciate their service.”
The Salvation Army’s Second Harvest Food Distribution Program is operated in association with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The program is open only to residents who meet income-eligibility limits. For an individual the maximum annual salary is $17,505. The maximum salary increases $6,090 for each additional member of the household, so a family of four cannot earn more than $35,775.
The Condran’s have been married 45 years and have 4 adult children, 10 grandchildren, and 4 great-grandchildren. They have lived in both El Paso, Texas, and in Lebanon County. Cyrus’s work career has involved copper refining, Three Mile Island, and Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course. Victoria has many years of experience in hospital and nursing homes serving in various personal care and nursing aide positions.
The Salvation Army is in need of volunteers to serve as after school tutors, Second Harvest and Senior Share helpers, and noon/evening meal assistants. To learn more, please contact RSVP of the Capital Region at 717-454-8956.