Bridging the Gap Africa
PH Tool President Phil Herman has made two trips to Kenya to help the organization Bridging the Gap Africa build four different footbridges over dangerous river crossings. In rural Kenya, dangerous flood waters can often cut villages off from much-needed resources, including access to clinics, schools, and markets. BtGA was founded by Harmon Parker, a former CNN Hero. The organization uses skilled volunteers like Phil, as well as community participation and local resources to create safe river crossings. Find out more about their work at http://www.bridgingthegapafrica.org/.
Face Off Against Cancer
PH Tool participated in a golf fundraiser for Face Off Against Cancer in May. The golf outing took place at Lulu Country Club in Glenside, PA. Employees of PH Tool also participate in Face Off Against Cancer's main event, a hockey tournament that takes place each November at Hatfield Ice.
Participating in the golf outing this year were:
Kurt Hausner, Technical Sales
Chris Rauch, Technical Sales
Jeff Barndt, CNC Dept. Foreman
Phil Herman, President/CEO
PH Tool cherishes the opportunity to help nurture our local students when it comes to engineering and structural testing research. Local student, Maria Adamow, stopped in to share her research project that she presented in the Physics category at Delaware Valley University in Doylestown, PA. Maria is a 7th grader at Our Lady of Mount Carmel, also in Doylestown. Her research focused on the acoustic properties of metals and helped her further her interest in Science. We may have another NASA astronaut from the Philadelphia area in our midst in a few years! Nice work presenting your work to the PH Tool team, Maria! I’m glad that we were able to help you with the materials and a tour of our lab. If your student is interested in what we do at PH Tool, please fill out our contact form to get in touch with us.
2018 Lehigh Valley Winter Classic
Phil Herman and Kurt Hausner from PH Tool participated in the Lehigh Valley Winter Classic event, a charity hockey game where PH Tool was a corporate sponsor. The event raised over $40,000 for Special Hockey of the Lehigh Valley, a program that allows individuals with special needs and developmental difficulties to play hockey.