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Bubbler Foundation Annual Dinner 2019
Wall of Acclaim Honorees
Chester Raudabaugh - Tina Baker - Donna Ludwig
Ken & Doris Bream

This year's dinner was held Friday, May 10th, 2019 at the Allenberry Resort. The Annual Dinner honors the Foundation's 'Wall of Acclaim' recipients.

Chester Raudabaugh - Historical Award (Sponsor - Bubbler Foundation Board of Directors)
Mrs. Ernestina “Tina” Baker – Township & Community Service Award (Sponsor - Elizabeth Baker)
Donna Ludwig  - Township Award (Sponsor - Melissa Vincent)
Doris & Ken Bream - Township and Community Service Award (Sponsor - Dr. Patty Sanker)


Chester is a graduate of Boiling Springs H.S. and has been in the community all his life.  He served 4 years in the US Air Force and then returned home to enter the plumbing  business.  He volunteered and installed the Rest Rooms at Ecker Field and has done many other jobs when needed.  He has been very active in the Lions Club, the local Masons, and delivers food baskets at Christmas.  He has also been active in his church, Otterbein UMC.  When Chester sees something that needs done and he can help with, he’s always there to do his part in making South Middleton Township a better place for its residents.

Chester was nominated for this Award by the Bubbler Foundation Board of Directors.


Tina has a noteworthy history of service to the South Middleton Township community. She served as second Vice President of the Lion’s Club, President of the Civic Association, member of the Scholarship Committee and is currently the Community Relations Chairperson. She has lived in South Middleton Township since 1981 and has volunteered her service to the Alumni Association despite not being an alumnus herself.

Over the years Tina has volunteered as a bell ringer for the Salvation Army and delivered meals and gifts to migrant children and families, volunteers her time to the local chapter of Meals on Wheels, delivering meals to the elderly and veterans. Tina has served the community, the district and local charitable organizations for over 30 years.

She was nominated for this Award by her daughter, Elizabeth.


Donna has been employed by the Township since 1989.  She was promoted to her current position as Program Coordinator for  Parks & Recreation in 2000. She is responsible for more than 160 programs annually and attends the first class of each new class.    She is the Playground Program Supervisor in the summer and is responsible for hiring summer staff for this Program.  Donna also organizes the family events for the Township.   She is always around South Middleton serving the residents and families with a smile on her face.

Donna was nominated for this Award by Melissa Vincent.


This award is being presented to two of the original founders of the Bubbler Foundation: Doris and Ken Bream.  For almost 20 years, they have volunteered their time to work on every initiative supported by the Foundation.  Doris and Ken were longtime friends of the late Dr. H. Robert Davis and supported Doc’s dream to start the Bubbler Foundation for the District and Community of South Middleton.  After 41 years of service, Ken retired from AMP.

Since his retirement, Ken has continued to be extremely active in the South Middleton Community.  In addition to being active in his church, Ken was a little league coach for many years, a member of the Township Planning Commission and the Zoning & Hearing Board, the Township Citizen’s Advisory Committee, the South Middleton Board of School Directors, the Board of Directors for the Fruit Belt Farm workers Christian Ministry, the Mt. Holly Springs Golden Age Club, and a member of the Industrial Management Club of Carlisle.

Not to be outdone, Doris Bream has been an active community member for many years. While raising her family, Doris worked full time as secretary for 16 years at Keiser Industries in Mt. Holly Springs.  When PPG moved into the Township and built the plant on Park Drive, Doris was hired as the executive secretary to the plant manager.  After 27 years working at PPG, Doris retired with a combined total of 43 years as an executive secretary between Keiser Industries and PPG Industries.  In addition to being active in her church, Doris sang for many years with the Victory Four Gospel Quartet, she is currently serving on the day care board for Wee Little Lambs Day Care at Mt. Holly United Methodist Church.  Doris is a member of the Mt. Holly Springs Golden Agers and a former member of the American Business Women’s Association.

Doris and Ken Bream were nominated for this Award by Dr. Patty Sanker.