Posted by Bob Saline on Apr 24, 2019
More than 40 Rotary Club of Harrisburg members engaged in fellowship with a unique service project to sort donated jewelry at the Goodwill Keystone regional headquarters in Harrisburg. 
HRC President Rebuck says, “Kudos to John McHenry, Goodwill Keystone’s President and his entire staff for hosting a wonderful and impactful meeting.”  Tours were conducted of the facility demonstrating the multitude of services provided.
According to McHenry donor contributions of unwanted jewelry can range from inexpensive costume jewelry up to items of finer jewelry.  While much of the donated jewelry is offered for sale at the retail outlets of the organization within the Keystone service area, more valuable items are displayed at silent acutions at Goodwill events.
Retired jeweler Barry Landis, who is also a Goodwill board member, evaluates the finer items to suggest retail pricing.  RCH member Marion Alexander is also on the Goodwill board.