Ox Industries donates to CVFE

The Conewago Valley Foundation for Education (CVFE) received a pledge from Ox Industries earlier this year to donate $50,000 for a period of five years to the Colonial Career and Technology Center, which would equate to $250,000, officials said. From left are Steve Moore, CVFE board member; Joshlyn Sharrer, CVFE treasurer; Bettie Bertram, CVFE secretary; Dr. Russell Greenholt, Conewago Valley superintendent; Krista Hayward, CVFE president; Kevin Hayward, owner and chief executive officer of Ox Industries; Dana Farmer, CVFE board member; and Luke Becker, CVFE vice president.

From raising more than $2 million in cash and in-kind donations for the Colonial Career and Technology Center to awarding $36,000 in grants to teachers, the Conewago Valley Foundation for Education (CVFE) has been busy this year.

The creation of the foundation for education started when Dr. Russell Greenholt became Conewago Valley School District (CVSD) superintendent in 2015, according to Krista Hayward, president of CVFE.

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