The City of Chester presented Keystone First with its Community Investment Award in recognition of the health plan’s longstanding support of the city, and its help in providing residents with access to quality health care and other services.

Chester Mayor Thaddeus Kirkland and Councilman William “Al” Jacobs, director of Public Safety, honored Meg Grant, director of Public Affairs and Marketing for Keystone First, Armenda McWilliams-Pettey, public affairs and marketing specialist for Keystone First, and Glenn Ellis, consultant for Keystone First, for their individual efforts and commitment to bettering the lives of Chester residents.

In addition, Malcolm Yates, chief of staff for state Rep. Brian Kirkland, presented Keystone First with a special acknowledgement on behalf of the 159th Legislative District.

Officials saluting Keystone First included (from left) Rosetta Carter, director of community health education services for the city; Malcolm Yates, chief of staff for state Rep. Brian Kirkland; Councilman William “Al” Jacobs, director of Public Safety; Councilwoman Elizabeth Williams, director of Parks and Recreation; Meg Grant, Keystone First’s director of Public Affairs and Marketing; Councilman William Morgan, Armenda McWilliams-Pettey, public affairs and marketing specialist for Keystone First, Councilwoman Portia West, deputy mayor and director of Streets and Public Improvements; Glenn Ellis, consultant for Keystone First, Livia Smith, city health commissioner and director of Public Health Services, and Chester Mayor Thaddeus Kirkland.

Officials saluting Keystone First included (from left) Rosetta Carter, director of community health education services for the city; Malcolm Yates, chief of staff for state Rep. Brian Kirkland; Councilman William “Al” Jacobs, director of Public Safety; Councilwoman Elizabeth Williams, director of Parks and Recreation; Meg Grant, Keystone First’s director of Public Affairs and Marketing; Councilman William Morgan, Armenda McWilliams-Pettey, public affairs and marketing specialist for Keystone First, Councilwoman Portia West, deputy mayor and director of Streets and Public Improvements; Glenn Ellis, consultant for Keystone First, Livia Smith, city health commissioner and director of Public Health Services, and Chester Mayor Thaddeus Kirkland.

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