Jun 1, 2018
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania native Blake Lynch has made his passion for helping others a huge focus of his life, both personally and professionally. After years with the Boys and Girls Club of Harrisburg, Blake recently became the community policing coordinator for the Harrisburg City Police Department—a position that allows him to serve as a liaison between the community and police to build better relationships, communication, and outreach.
However, it was the recommendation his wife Bryttani made more than two years ago that inspired the couple to make a difference together as part-time relief houseparents at Milton Hershey School.
“My wife initially brought it up and suggested applying since we have a shared passion for helping the next generation,” said Blake. “I believe our life experiences [help us] better relate to the kids we serve.”
As relief houseparents, Blake and Bryttani, along with their 3-year-old son, are on the MHS campus every other weekend. They start duty at 6 p.m. on Friday and end at 9:30 p.m. on Sunday.
Read the entire article at Milton Hershey School.
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