Melissa Reckner, who has worked for years to preserve the creeks and rivers of the Laurel Highlands region, is one of 11 women set to be honored by the environmental group PennFuture Oct. 8 for their conservation work in southwestern Pennsylvania.

The following UniversityOrtho physicians will be treating patients at Conemaugh East Hills Memorial Medical Center. 1450 Scalp Ave., Suite 301, Richland Township:

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Melissa Reckner, who has worked for years to preserve the creeks and rivers of the Laurel Highlands region, is one of 11 women set to be honored by the environmental group PennFuture Oct. 8 for their conservation work in southwestern Pennsylvania.

The following UniversityOrtho physicians will be treating patients at Conemaugh East Hills Memorial Medical Center. 1450 Scalp Ave., Suite 301, Richland Township:

Elliott Sumner, AVP and senior network engineer of 1st Summit Bank, in Johnstown, has been appointed to the Pennsylvania Bankers Association’s (PA Bankers) emerging leaders advisory committee.

Raymond L. Porsch, of Highland Sewer and Water Authority, has received the Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Association service award for 30 years’ service.

Matthew P. Arsenault, associate professor of political science at Mount Aloysius College, was recently published by Small Wars Journal for his article titled “Revisiting an Alternative Approach to Fighting Small Wars.”

Lauren Darbouze, the founder of Darbouze Law Group, a private practice with offices in downtown Pittsburgh, Johnstown and Cranberry Township, has been selected for the Elite Lawyer Award.

Joseph A. Carpenter, of Carpenter Financial Services in Johnstown, has been named to the Avantax Wealth ManagementSM Premier Advisors’ Forum, the firm’s annual award of excellence recognizing its top 75 advisers from across the country.

Connie B. Hobbs, of Johnstown, has been promoted to executive vice president and senior general manager at Cambria Thrift Consumer Discount Co., a subsidiary of 1st Summit Bancorp.