84 Lumber honors synagogue victims
The pro dealer and Nemacolin Woodlands Resort donate to Pittsburgh organizations.
84 Lumber, along with its sister company – the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort – recently paid tribute to victims of the Tree of Life synagogue shooting in Squirrel Hill, Pa.
The sister companies made monetary donations to two organizations that have been impacted by the tragedy — ACHIEVA and the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh, Nemacolin’s final “Light Up Nemacolin” of 2018.
Last fall, 84 Lumber associates raised $10,000 for ACHIEVA, an organization that offered services to victims Cecil and David Rosenthal. A member of the Rosenthal family attended the check presentation ceremony at Nemacolin. The resort also donated $5,000 to the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh to help the organization with ongoing recovery efforts. Former Pittsburgh Steeler Brett Keisel, who has a personal connection to the incident, accepted the donations on behalf of the organizations.
“The Pittsburgh community is still grappling with this heinous act, so we wanted to show our solidarity with the many people who continue to seek ways to cope,” said Maggy Hardy, owner and president of 84 Lumber and Nemacolin. “As we enter a new year, we want to continue driving the message that love will always overcome hate. Always.”
Based in Eighty Four, Pa., 84 Lumber Company is the nation’s leading privately held supplier of LBM products with more than 250 stores and manufacturing operations in over 30 states.
Located in Farmington, Pa., Nemacolin is a luxury resort situated on nearly 2,000 acres.
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