Fun and Games at our Company Picnic!
If you missed the Company Picnic this year, then you missed a great time! Steve and Jeff Shellenberger and Dave Paullin manned the grill! Reeser’s brought delicious ice cream! Dave Bray USA DJ’d and provided musical entertainment! Dale and Janet Hippensteel, magician River Barry, and members of the East Prospect Fire Department entertained the kids! Nick’s Caricatures and great conversation entertained the adults. And, that’s not mentioning the beautiful pool and grounds, great food, quarter hunt, raffles and drawings. Watch your inbox for the date of next year’s picnic…they are more fun each year and you won’t want to miss it!
The First Annual S&H Express and Granite Transportation Bike Ride!
Employees, friends, family members, customers and vendors met at S&H Express’s Broad Street location on Saturday, June 6 for a beautiful ride to Laurel Lake at Pine Grove Furnace. Everyone returned to S&H for lunch. Many thanks to Nicki Carson from our Recruiting Division, Eric Evans, VP/Director of Maintenance, and Bill Eddy, Director of Operations for organizing this fun event! See you next year!
Scenes from our Holiday Party!
Wisehaven Event Center in York was the setting for another fabulous Holiday Party! Dave Bray USA provided musical and inspirational entertainment prior to and during lunch. Ninety children and grandchildren of employees received “paychecks” that recognized their hard work during the first marking period of the 2018-2019 school year. An additional 20 received special recognition for their straight “A’s.”
Safety Awards comprise an important part of the Holiday Party celebration. This year we celebrated 18 drivers with milestones ranging from 1 year to 21 years of driving without a preventable accident. Henry Siegler, Jr. (Granite) is at the top of the list with 21 years!
Capping off the afternoon was seeing our Million Mile drivers receive their jackets! HATS OFF TO JIMMY MYERS – 2.5 MILLION MILES! In addition to Jimmy, five drivers received jackets for 1.5 million miles without a preventable accident and ten drivers received their jackets for 1.0 million miles!
Company Picnic 2018!
We returned to Wisehaven Pool in York for Company Picnic 2018. It rained a bit but that didn’t stop the fun. From taunts at the dunk tank to the ever-popular quarter hunt, children and adults were busy making new friends, eating good food, and winning prizes all afternoon. The Kilted Griller staffed the grill and, of course, Wisehaven provided delicious fries and slushies. Thank you customers and vendors for donating the products and prizes for our raffle. No one went home empty-handed!
Red Lion Halloween Parade
The Boy Scouts of America’s recruiting theme – Hooked on Scouting – inspired the design of the St. Paul’s Chapel Church Pack 155 float for the 2017 Red Lion Halloween Parade. S&H Express driver Tyler Potts pulled the flatbed and his son and other Pack 155 members sat on board holding their fishing reels.
Company Picnic 2017
More than 100 employees and their families gathered at Wisehaven Event Center on Saturday September 9 for an afternoon of swimming, playing games, and picnicking. Kendra Nealon, Director of Recruiting and Retention, noted that the weather and the setting were perfect for drivers, staff, leadership, friends, customers and families to relax and enjoy each other’s company. A highlight of the afternoon was the presentation of a Safety Award and Bonus to Jimmy Myers, S&H Express Driver, for 25 years of driving without a preventable accident.
Lititz Independence Day Parade
Employees of Johnson & Johnson and S&H Express worked together to help Lititz, PA observe its 200th Independence Day Celebration on July 3rd, 2017. S&H Express driver Edwin Ramos and his family volunteered to pull Johnson & Johnson’s Made With Pride in Lititz PA float in the Lititz Lion’s Club Parade.
The float was created by Johnson & Johnson employees and featured products manufactured in their Lititz facility. Johnson & Johnson employees distributed samples of Listerine and Aveeno along the parade route.
Make A Wish 2017
Employees of the Shellenberger Family of Companies proudly support the annual Truck Convoy for Wishes that benefits Make-A-Wish. As in the past, the Convoy began and ended at Battlefield Harley-Davidson in Gettysburg, PA.
Again this year, our company was among the top 10 fundraisers!
Christmas Party 2016
The Shellenberger Family of Companies held its annual Christmas Luncheon at Wisehaven Event Center this year. More than 400 people joined together for a delicious lunch, raffles, and visits with Santa. This year’s 50/50 raffle drawing benefited the ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) Association Greater Philadelphia Chapter, which received $418. One hundred and twenty-eight children and grandchildren of employees earned a total of $13,145 in report card money, much of which was distributed by Jeff Shellenberger at the luncheon.
Company Christmas Party 2015
Live music, delicious food, Santa, sing-alongs, and free raffles for gift items kept employees and family members entertained at the Shellenberger Family of Companies’ annual Christmas Luncheon. More than 500 people packed Old Main at the York Fairground on Saturday for hours of fun and fellowship.
The Christmas Luncheon coincided with the end of the first marking period for the 2015/2016 school year. One hundred and thirty-five children received checks for their good grades. Altogether they earned $12,825 for their “A”s and “B”s!
The Shellenberger Family of Companies invited Santa to visit the party and he accepted. Children who attended the luncheon and shared their Christmas gift wish list with Santa received a gift. In keeping with tradition, five lucky children received mint coin sets for the years 2009 through 2014. Three wide-screen televisions were raffled and six employees won hams.
Company Picnic 2015
It rained throughout the picnic this year, but the rain didn’t stop us from having fun! Employees, drivers and their families attended the picnic, which was catered by Altland House Catering.
Activities and games for both children and adults were held throughout the afternoon, including several guessing games and a children’s hunt for quarters. More than $2000 in cash and prizes was distributed throughout the day. No one left the picnic empty handed or without their fill of hamburgers, hotdogs, salads, sweets, and ice cream!
Watch this space for 2016 picnic details.