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Sally Klein Received the Edna Silberman Humanitarian Award
Sally Klein received the prestigious Edna Silberman Humanitarian Award on November 8, 2012. This award is given annually to a person who has made significant contributions to the community and in making KHS’s vision a reality.
Harrisburg, PA, November 8, 2012 – Sally Klein received the prestigious Edna Silberman Humanitarian Award, presented by Keystone Human Services at their 40th Annual Meeting on November 8, 2012.
The Edna Silberman Humanitarian Award is KHS’s highest honor. The award is presented annually to outstanding citizens who have made significant contributions to individuals, the community, and Keystone Human Services and have played a major role in making KHS’s vision real in the lives of others.
Sally Klein has been an active community servant and volunteer for many organizations, which reflects her passion for human services and education. She is the immediate past chairman of the KHS Board of Directors, a trustee for Harrisburg Area Community College (HACC), and a trustee for the Dauphin County Library System.
From 1987 to 2000, Sally served as County Commissioner. She also served as chairman of the Board and a former Register of Wills, and Clerk of the Orphans Court from 1983-1987. She earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Shippensburg University. She has two children and four grandchildren.
Previous recipients of the Edna Silberman Humanitarian Award include Governor and Mrs. Thornburgh, Dr. Robert Scott, Mrs. Grace Milliman Pollock, Dr. Janet Kelley, and Dr. Joseph Adlestein.
For more information about Keystone Human Services or the Edna Silberman Humanitarian Award, call Ann Moffitt, ACFRE at 717-232-7509 or visit our website at www.keystonehumanservices.org.