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TV host, Bucks native set to emcee Keystone’s spring banquet

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TV Host and Bucks County native Jeff Devlin, will join Keystone Opportunity Center for its largest fundraiser of the year.

Devlin, owner of SchoolHouse Woodworking and Host of HGTV/DIY Networks’ “Stone House Revival,” “I Hate My Bath,” “Ellen’s Design Challenge,” and “Spice Up My Kitchen,” will emcee Keystone’s Spring Banquet.

Keystone’s Spring Banquet to raise funds to help clients achieve a life of self-sufficiency will be held at 6 p.m. April 5, at Indian Valley Country Club, 650 Bergey Road, Telford.

The annual banquet features a seated three-course dinner, live and silent auctions, and an award presentation.

This year, Keystone Opportunity Center will honor community champions – businesses and individuals who have helped Keystone assist thousands of families and individuals each year.

The banquet will also feature the inaugural E. Richard Aichele III Corporate Partner Award. Keystone will give the inaugural award to Penn Community Bank.

Keystone’s additional Community Champions include: Champion of Housing – Univest Financial Corporation; Champion of Food – Tyma Trachtenberg Dental Community; Champion of Education – Souderton Mennonite Church; Champion of Client Assistance – Moyer Indoor-Outdoor; Champion of Welcoming the Stranger – Zion Mennonite Church; and Volunteer of the Year: Glenn Tiley and Family.

For information about supporting Keystone’s Spring Banquet, visit KeystoneOpportunity.org/VirtualGuest.


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