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SERVING THE LOCAL COMMUNITIES SINCE 1954
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MILES FOR SMILES
Capital Area Therapeutic Riding Association (CATRA) will hold its eighth annual “Miles for Smiles” Benefit Motorcycle Ride on Saturday, Aug. 17. The event will start and finish at the East Hanover Township Building, 8848 Jonestown Road, Grantville. Check-in will begin at 8:30 a.m., and the ride will begin at 10:30 a.m. The two-hour ride will follow a scenic 60-mile cross-country route through the Capital region of Pennsylvania. Participants will return to a catered meal, entertainment, and door prizes. There is a registration fee. Registration and details are available at www.catra.net. TOUCH-A-TRUCK
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Collaborating To Build Homes With Brittany’s Hope pg 2 Celebrating “Trips That Transform” pg 3
Volunteers Travel To Nicaragua Friends in Action (FIA), headquartered in Middletown, recently sent local volunteers on short-term mission trips to Nicaragua. FIA has been assisting the Rama Cay people, known as the last indigenous people group in Nicaragua, for more than a dozen years. Many volunteers return year after year. Using community transformation projects as a
platform to share the Gospel, local volunteers have an opportunity to take an active role in the Great Commission by teaching biblical and life skills or completing construction projects. This summer, more than 20 congregants from Lebanon Valley Bible Church and Community Bible Church in Marietta hosted Bible training sessions for See FIA Volunteers pg 2
700 S. Houcks Road, Harrisburg, will host its annual Touch-A-Truck on Saturday, Aug. 17, from 9:30 a.m. to noon. The event is an interactive hands-on experience for the children to see, touch, and explore a variety of working trucks and vehicles they see in everyday life. This year, Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank will host a blood drive during the event. Touch-A-Truck will take place rain or shine. For more information, call 717-545-3261. CLINIC FOR PETS
will hold a low-cost vaccine clinic for cats and dogs on Sunday, Aug. 18, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at PAWS, 9803 Jonestown Road, Grantville. Distemper and rabies vaccinations will be provided for dogs and cats. For a three-year rabies vaccination, owners must provide proof of previous rabies vaccination. Microchips will also be available, and the price includes registration. Pets will be vaccinated on a first-come, firstserved basis. Breeders will not be serviced. Cash and checks will be accepted as payment. All cats must be in secure carriers, and all dogs must be leashed. Contact The Dogs’ Den at 717-469-7325 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Children gathered for a vacation Bible school.
Volunteers stopped by the home of Rama Cay leaders Marion (on balcony, third from left) and Elidas (on balcony, far left) during a short-term mission trip.
Susquehanna Chorale Sets Tabernacle Concert MASD Plans The Susquehanna Chorale will perform “Music for a Summer’s Evening” at the Mount Gretna Tabernacle on Sunday, Aug. 18, at 7 p.m. The Tabernacle is located at Third Street and Glossbrenner Avenue in the
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Campmeeting area. The chorale’s artistic director, Linda L. Tedford, will conduct the chorale in its appearance as part of Mount Gretna’s Summer at the Tabernacle concert series. The chorale,
founded in 1981 by Tedford, is a nationally recognized adult chamber ensemble of 36 auditioned singers. From Gregorian chants to the rhythms of the Renaissance and Baroque eras, from the music of See Chorale pg 3
The Susquehanna Chorale will present a concert titled “Music for a Summer’s Evening” at the Mount Gretna Tabernacle on Sunday, Aug. 18.
Medication Drop-Off Event Middletown Area School District (MASD) will host a Medication Drop-Off Night on Wednesday, Aug. 21, from 5 to 7 p.m. to encourage parents to deliver medications and all required medical documentation to their child’s school prior to the first day of school. Per MASD’s policy, no prescription medication or over-the-counter medication will be administered by school personnel without a parent or guardian’s signature and specific written instructions from a physician. Medications and paperwork not received on Drop-Off Night may prevent a child from receiving their medications on the first day of school. Updated immunization information may also be brought to the See MASD pg 3
221 N. Front St., Bainbridge, will host a “Movies in the Park(ing Lot)” outdoor movie night in its parking lot on Friday, Aug. 16. The movie “Incredibles 2” will be shown at dusk. In the case of rain, the event will be held indoors. Admission is free, and free popcorn, pizza, candy, and beverages will be provided. Attendees may bring their own chairs and blankets.
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Rama Cay women and American volunteers gathered for a discussion during the volunteers’ visit to Nicaragua.
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more than 100 Rama adults and children. FIA’s strategy is to teach the entire Bible chronologically to the people while also progressing on a cohesive community development plan. Additionally, seven mother-daughter or grandmother-daughter pairs hosted a vacation Bible school for more than 60 of the Rama children. The visiting teams led older Rama children through Bible stories about John the Baptist and the start of Jesus’ ministry, while younger children learned about the seven days of Creation. Volunteers reported that the children asked questions, completed crafts, played competitive games, sang Bible songs, and gave plenty of hugs. They also received candy treats, which they called sugar plums regardless
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The 46th annual Elizabethtown Fair will run from Monday, Aug. 19, through Saturday, Aug. 24, at the fairgrounds, 900 E. High St., Elizabethtown. The event will include three auctions of award-winning items. The first auction will feature baked goods entered in the competitive exhibits area. The auction will take place at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 20, on Stage 2. Elizabethtown Fair president Kenneth Myer will serve as auctioneer, assisted by John Carl. These items will include the Best of Show Decorated Cake, Blue Ribbon Apple Pie, Angel Food Cake, Chocolate Cake, PA Preferred Junior Brownie, Cookie or Bar, and Mars Wrigley Confectionery entries. The annual Sale of Champions will take place on Wednesday, Aug. 21, following the Supreme Champion events in the show ring. Meat pen rabbits, beef, goats, market lambs, and swine will be auctioned off by
Harry Bachman and Carl. Proceeds will benefit local youths. The annual arts and crafts auction will offer items donated by local artists, craftspeople, merchants, and fair vendors. Myer and Carl will again serve as auctioneers. The event will begin at 7 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 23, on Stage 2. Also up for bids will be the premium book cover painting by local artist Nancy Landis. Landis serves as the director of the Winters Heritage House Museum and lives in Elizabethtown with her husband, Steve. The cover painting will be sold at 9 p.m. Additional items will include floral arrangements in dated crocks designed by local florists. To make a donation to the annual auction, readers may contact Darlene at 717367-0108 or drop off their donation at the fair office on Saturday, Aug. 17, from 9 a.m. to noon.
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of the variety. Linda Esbenshade shared that she and her granddaughter Anya were impacted by the friendliness of the people. FIA also recently drilled a well and constructed a laundry/shower house for the Rama Cay people. Readers can learn more about local travelers’ efforts on 10 projects in six remote locations around the globe at www.fiaintl.org. FIA is also fundraising and recruiting team members to build the Amanda Brandt Memorial Playground for the Rama Cay children during a work trip scheduled for Friday, Nov. 15, to Sunday, Nov. 24. For more information, readers may contact FIA at FIA-USA@fiaintl.org or 717-546-0208.
End-of-summer ice cream socials will be held at all Dauphin County Library System locations starting Tuesday, Aug. 20, and running through Thursday, Aug. 22. Readers of all ages are invited to complete a few activities, pick up their finishing prize, and make their own ice cream sundae. Ice cream socials will be held at the following locations: Kline Library, 530 S. 29th St., Harrisburg, on Aug. 20 from 5 to 7 p.m.; Madeline L. Olewine Memorial Library, 2410 N.
Third St., Harrisburg, on Wednesday, Aug. 21, from 4 to 6 p.m.; East Shore Area Library, 4501 Ethel St., Harrisburg, on Aug. 21 from 6 to 8 p.m.; McCormick Riverfront Library, 101 Walnut St., Harrisburg, on Aug. 22 from noon to 2 p.m.; and William H. and Marion C. Alexander Family Library, 200 W. Second St., Hummelstown, on Aug. 22 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. For more information, readers may visit www.dcls.org/ src or call their local library. Registration is not required.
Brittany’s Hope from pg 1 By Chelsea Peifer
As Elizabethtown resident Naomi Fredlund anticipated the five-year anniversary of her company, Life Changes Realty Group, she envisioned a celebration that could somehow involve all of the business’s clients. One agent suggested doing a largerscale version of the pay-it-forward program that Life Changes operates, and Fredlund loved the idea. Through pay-it-forward, Life Changes real estate agents donate a portion of their commission earned when a deal is closed to the charity of the client’s choice. According to Fredlund, that has led to more than $350,000 being donated to various charities thus far. A fundraising endeavor independent of pay-it-forward, however, would be new for the company. When it came to selecting a recipient, Fredlund immediately thought of Brittany’s Hope, an Elizabethtown-based nonprofit that aims to help orphaned and at-risk children through international special needs adoption grants and humanitarian initiatives. “Being an adoptive mom myself, their mission obviously resonates with me,” said Fredlund. “And another thing I love about Brittany’s Hope is that every penny goes to the children and not to administrative costs.” Fredlund serves on the board of Brittany’s Hope and approached executive director Mai-Lynn Sahd about potential projects that Life Changes could help with. Sahd suggested building a house for a family in need. “It was the perfect opportunity for us as a real estate company - a perfect fit,” Fredlund said. Fredlund and her colleagues set a goal of raising $7,500 - a bit more than the approximately $5,000 needed to build one house through Brittany’s Hope in Vietnam. Through advertising the initiative on social media, sharing with clients, and participating as a team in the Brittany’s Hope 2018 Walk of Love fundraiser, Life Changes raised nearly $15,000. That meant Life Changes was able to contribute toward building homes for two families. In May, Fredlund and her husband and two adult children accompanied a group of Elizabethtown College students and professors, as well as other community members, on a trip to Vietnam to help with the building project. Sahd noted that the organization is judicious in the building process, allowing international volunteers to contribute to some parts of the project while still ensuring that the work is done by local residents so as not to take away economic opportunities. Anyone whom the organization builds a home for contributes something - whether labor, finances, or something else - toward completing the project. One of the homes built was for Miss Lieu, a young widow with two children living in a mud house with a collapsed roof. She had originally approached Brittany’s Hope about needing to place her children in one of the
Elizabethtown resident Naomi Fredlund (right) got to meet Miss Lieu (left) during a May trip to Vietnam with Brittany’s Hope. Fredlund and her company helped to raise nearly $15,000 to build homes for families in need in Vietnam through Brittany’s Hope, including one for Miss Lieu and her children. organization’s homes for children, as she was lacking means to repair the home, pay medical bills from her husband’s illness, and cover living expenses. Instead, Brittany’s Hope was able to build Miss Lieu a new home, complete with a sturdy roof to endure the rainy season as well as a bathroom, which the old house did not have. In spite of the language barrier, Fredlund connected with Miss Lieu and her children. “The hope (Miss Lieu) had was amazing to see. When I was there, she was glowing,” Fredlund shared. “One of the translators, (Le Thi Tu) Hong, said, ‘Their lives are forever changed,’ and that really stuck with me.” Fredlund also got to meet the two children that she sponsors through the Brittany’s Hope child sponsorship program. “It was one of the highlights of my life to see those families,” described Fredlund. In the future, Fredlund would like to return to Vietnam with her colleagues and others interested in helping. “Brittany’s Hope went above and beyond. I’ve been on a lot of trips and very few of them were run as well as Brittany’s Hope,” remarked Fredlund. “My goal is to help other businesses that want to give back.” For more information on Brittany’s Hope, readers may visit www.brittanyshope.org. Registration is open for the 2019 Walk of Love Cross Country 5K and Fun Walk, which is set to take place on Saturday, Sept. 14. Pictured on front: In May, a group from Elizabethtown College and the community traveled with Elizabethtownbased nonprofit Brittany’s Hope to Vietnam to help build a new house (right photo) to replace a collapsing mud house for a family in need.
Muscle Up Campaign To Benefit MDA The York, Harrisburg, Hanover, Chambersburg, Willow Street, and Hummelstown locations of Jiffy Lube kicked off the eighth annual Muscle Up campaign benefiting the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) on Aug. 1. Through Saturday, Aug. 31, customers who donate $3 to MDA will receive a savings book containing more than $100 in savings from Jiffy Lube and other national retailers such as 24 Hour Fitness and Barnes and Noble. Last year’s campaign helped raise funds to send 300 children to MDA Summer Camp. Every year, children living with muscular dystrophy or a related neuromuscular disease
come together to make friends, try new things, and build life skills, all at no cost to families. Since 2012, Jiffy Lube has raised more than $6 million nationally for MDA through the Muscle Up campaign, and the business aims to raise an additional $1 million this year. Jiffy Lube service centers are located at 705 Loucks Road, York; 3308 E. Market St., York; 4007 Jonestown Road, Harrisburg; 1250 Orchard Drive, Chambersburg; 2607 Willow Street Pike North, Willow Street; 1900 Kaylor Road, Hummelstown; and 1075 George St., Hanover.
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Where & When Pennsylvania Sets Trips That Transform from pg 1 On Aug. 1, Make-A-Wish Philadelphia, and JetBlue at www.wish.org/travel. Throughout August, Make-A-Wish will Delaware and Susquehanna Valley kicked Summer Bucket List Challenge off Trips That Transform, a monthlong cel- also celebrate the national travel sponsors Where & When Pennsylvania’s Summer Bucket List Challenge is winding down at the end of August, but there is still time to win an awesome Gettysburg getaway. With the help of its social media followers, Where & When Pennsylvania came up with a bucket list of summer “must-do’s” in Pennsylvania. If you have been, seen, or done any of the 10 things on the list, share a photo of your visit on Instagram or Facebook using the hashtag #where
andwhenbucketlist. Participants are not required to experience all the suggestions on the list, but the more you do, the more chances you have to win. Hurry; the deadline for entry is Sunday, Sept. 1. More information on the Summer Bucket List Challenge and prize details can be found at https://whereandwhen.com /articles/Summer-Bucket-List-Challenge. Readers may also follow @whereand whenPA on Instagram and Facebook.
Veterans’ Expo, Job Fair Planned Area veterans of all ages, active military members and their families are invited to attend the Veterans’ Expo and Job Fair, a free event, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 27, at the Radisson Hotel Harrisburg, 1150 Camp Hill Bypass, Camp Hill. Presented by OLP Events, the Veterans’ Expo is designed to connect active, transitioning and retired military members with the benefits and resources available to them through local businesses and organizations. Exhibitors represented will include community service providers, health care professionals, Veterans Affairs (VA) benefits counselors, education/training providers and business startup assistance organizations, as well as businesses covering everything from home improvement, legal services and finance to retirement
living and insurance. Barber Styling Institute will offer attendees free haircuts. The job fair is an opportunity for veterans and transitioning military members to meet face-to-face with employers to discuss available positions. Job seekers can also visit the Resource Center for advice on resume writing and veteran-owned small businesses, as well as employment counseling, financial services for veterans and other information for translating their military careers to civilian opportunities. For more information on the Veterans’ Expo and Job Fair, readers may call 717285-1350 or visit www.VeteransExpo.com. To check out previous events, readers may visit www.youtube.com/user/OnLine Publishers.
ebration of the approximately 12,000 wishes for children battling critical illnesses in the U.S. and its territories each year that involve travel and the donors that make them possible. Among these wishes was 18-year-old Maya’s wish to go to the Kentucky Derby. The family spent the week attending the big race, touring Churchill Downs and spending quality time with each other. With 75 percent of wishes requiring air travel, Make-A-Wish needs more than 3 billion airline miles and points to fulfill travel wishes for children battling critical illnesses each year. Members of the public are invited to contribute their unused airline miles, expiring travel points and money. Once donated to Make-A-Wish, airline miles and points never expire, and each goes on to help Wish Kids and their families take flight to destinations around the world. Travelers can donate airline miles and points from American Airlines, United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines
that help make impactful wishes possible. To learn more about how a wish come true can impact the lives of everyone involved and enable future wishes, readers may follow Make-A-Wish Philadelphia, Delaware and Susquehanna Valley and #TripsThatTransform on Instagram. To learn more, readers may visit www.philadesv.wish.org. Pictured on front: Make-AWish helped fulfill 18-yearold Maya’s wish to attend the Kentucky Derby. Make-AWish Philadelphia, Delaware and Susquehanna Valley recently kicked off Trips That Transform, which celebrates the 12,000 wishes that involve travel each year. The public is invited to donate airline miles and points to help children and their families have their wishes fulfilled.
Community Garden Program Planned Penn-Cumberland Garden Club (PCGC) will host an informal community garden program on Thursday, Aug. 15, at 6:30 p.m. at the Ames Community Gardens, Railroad Avenue, Shiremanstown.
Kathy Quayle from Stauffers of Kissel Hill will present the program. The program is free and open to the public. Attendees should bring blankets and/or lawn chairs and gather at the gazebo.
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Geological Walk from pg 1 The annual Geological Walk at the Haldeman Mansion, 230 Locust Grove Road, Bainbridge, will take place on Saturday, Aug. 24, at 10 a.m. Attendees should plan to arrive between 9:30 and 9:55 a.m. to register. Jeri Jones, an expert in geology and the owner of Jones Geological Services, will explain the different kinds of stone used to build the Haldeman Mansion. Jones will take the group to the stone wall facing the river and the creek nearby, and he will point out where one quarry is located on the property. At each of the tour’s seven stops, Jones will provide scientific and historical information. His talk will also include humor and opportunities
for attendees to ask questions. Attendees should wear comfortable shoes. In the case of rain, Jones will present a slideshow inside the mansion. Bottled water will be provided. There is a set fee to cover the costs of the event. For more information, readers may contact Elaine Jackson at 717-426-3794. Pictured on front: Haldeman Mansion Preservation Society board member Elaine Jackson (left) and geology expert Jeri Jones discuss the stones used to build the mansion. Jones will lead a Geological Walk at the mansion on Saturday, Aug. 24.
current composers to classics from the Great American Songbook, the concert will explore a variety of repertoire. Guest artist Dr. Todd Goranson will be featured on saxophone for select pieces. In addition, Goranson will perform a pre-concert recital 15 minutes before the performance. The chorale’s concert will include Byron J. Smith’s “Worthy to Be Praised,” which expresses praise to God and which will contrast with the peaceful reflections of evening in “Abendlied” by Josef Rheinberger. Other selections will include Ola Gjeilo’s “Evening Prayer” and Howard Helvey’s arrangement of “Steal Away,” both accompanied by
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saxophone, as well as “Seal Lullaby” by Eric Whitacre, “No Mirrors in My Nana’s House,” and “Let the Life I’ve Lived Speak for Me.” The concert will conclude with standards from the Great American Songbook, including “Give My Regards to Broadway,” “The Way You Look Tonight,” and “It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing).” Admission is free, though a freewill offering will be accepted to support the Tabernacle’s summer series. For more information, readers may call 717-533-7859 or visit www.susquehanna chorale.org. Parking information is available by visiting www.mtgretnatabernacle.org and selecting Directions.
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Happy Birthdays Happy birthday to one of my bestest friends, Dick Carberry of Lower Swatara Township! His cake-day is Aug. 14. I hope you and your sweet Jane have a rocking day of celebration, Dick! Hugs! Happy birthday to Barry Cleland of Royalton! His cake-day is Aug. 14. I hope your day is as sweet as you, Barry! Happy birthday to Todd Tezak of Royalton! His cake-day is Aug. 14. I hope your day is almost too much fun to handle, Todd! Happy birthday to Betha Updegraff of Royalton! Her cake-
day is Aug. 14. I hope your day makes you feel like a queen, Betha! Happy birthday to Steven Glessner of Middletown! His cake-day is Aug. 15. I hope your day makes you extra happy, Steven! Happy birthday to Richard Evans of Londonderry Township! His cake-day is Aug. 15. I hope your day makes you feel like a king, Dicky! Happy birthday to Pamela Harris-Haman of Lower Swatara Township! Her cake-day is Aug. 16. I hope your day is full of everything and everyone that makes you happy, Pam! Happy birthday to Dawn Barb of Royalton! Her cake-day is Aug. 17. I hope your day is full of warm sunshine, cool breezes, and colorful butterflies, Dawn! Happy birthday to Sylvia McGlynn of Middletown! Her cakeday is Aug. 17. If your day is at least half as nice as you, Sylvia, it will be a wonderful day! Happy birthday to Lu Botterbusch of Royalton! Her cake-day is Aug. 17. I hope your day is full of everything wonderful, Lu! Happy birthday to Camille Verno of Lower Swatara Township! Her cake-day is Aug. 17. I hope your day is extra beautiful, Camille! Happy birthday to Laddie Springer of Lower Swatara Township! His cake-day is Aug. 17. I hope your day is extra fansmackin’-tastic, Laddie! Miss you! Happy birthday to my sweet cousin Holly Pilsitz of Lower Swatara Township! Her cake-day is Aug. 18. I hope your day makes your cheeks and belly tired from all the smiling and laughing, Holly! Love ya! Happy birthday to Robert Snyder of Royalton! His cake-day is Aug. 19. I hope your day is amazing, Bob! Happy birthday to Giuliana Rux of Lower Swatara Township! Her cake-day is Aug. 19. I hope your day is packed full of fun, Giuliana! Happy birthday to Barry Wonder of Lower Swatara Township! His cake-day is Aug. 19. I hope your day is full of sunshine and happiness, Barry! Happy birthday to Wendy Loranzo of Middletown! Her cakeday is Aug. 20. I love when you catch up to me! LOL! I hope your day is as awesome as you, Wendy! Happy birthday to Gary Rux of
Lower Swatara Township! His cake-day is Aug. 20. I hope you and your beautiful daughter have a great week of celebrating your birthdays, Gary! Random Thought Waffles are just pancakes with abs. Recipe of the Week Easy Berry Bars Ingredients: 1 cup white sugar 1 teaspoon baking powder 3 cups plain flour 1 cup shortening 1 egg 1 pinch salt 1 pinch ground cinnamon 4 cups raspberries 1/2 cup white sugar, extra 3 teaspoons cornflour Directions: 1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Grease one 9-by-12-inch pan. 2. Combine 1 cup of the sugar with the flour, baking powder, salt, ground cinnamon, shortening, and egg. Dough will be crumbly. Pat half of the dough into the prepared pan. 3. Combine the remaining 1/2 cup sugar, the cornflour, and the berries. Place mixture over dough in pan. Crumble the remaining dough over the tops of the berries. 4. Bake for 45 minutes or until the top is slightly brown. Cool before cutting into bars. Tip of the Week Place a layer of waxed paper on top of kitchen cupboards to prevent grease and dust from settling. Switch out every few months to keep them clean. Joke of the Week Q: There is a one-story house where every thing is red. The carpet is red, the TV is red, the couch is red, the cabinets are red, the toilet is red, the cups are red, the computer is red, the walls are red, the blankets are red, the pillows are red, and the sink is red! So, what color is the staircase? A: There isn’t one! It’s a onestory house. Food for Thought No matter how hard the situation may be, I still manage to smile and be happy, because I know God will never give up on me. Have a great week, everybody!
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tears running down her cheeks in frustration, and at the same time helplessly groping for her spilled produce as the crowd swirled about her, no one stopping and no one to care for her plight. The salesman knelt on the floor with her, gathered up the apples, put them back on the table and helped organize her display. As he did this, he noticed that many of them had become battered and bruised; these he set aside in another basket. When he had finished, he pulled out his wallet and said to the girl, “Here, please take this $40 for the damage we did. Are you OK?” She nodded through her tears. He continued on with, “I hope we didn’t spoil your day too badly.” As the salesman started to walk away, the bewildered blind girl called out to him, “Mister...” He paused and turned to look back. She continued, “Are you Jesus?” He stopped in mid-stride, then slowly he made his way to catch the later flight with that question burning and bouncing about in his soul: “Are you Jesus?” Do people mistake you for Jesus? That’s our destiny, is it not? To be so much like Jesus that people cannot tell the difference as we live and interact with a world that is blind to His love, life, and grace. If we claim to know Him, we should live, walk, and act as He would. Knowing Him is more than simply quoting Scripture and going to church. It’s actually living the Word as life unfolds day to day. You are the apple of His eye even though we, too, have been bruised by a fall. He stopped what He was doing and picked you and me up on a hill called Calvary and paid in full for our damaged fruit.
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Royer’s Flowers & Gifts will celebrate the start of a new school year with a free Royer’s Kids Club event on Saturday, Aug. 17. Children age 5 to 12 will have an opportunity to create an arrangement in an orange diamond-cut vase that features
lavender and yellow daisy pompons, limonium, and a back-to-school stick-in. Time slots are available at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Registration is required by calling a local Royer’s store. Readers may visit www.royers.com for locations and contact
information. Lebanon-based Royer’s operates 15 stores in Berks, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lancaster, Lebanon and York counties. Sister company Stephenson’s Flowers & Gifts has one Harrisburg store.
COMMUNITYCOURIER - Middletown Edition -
5 LB. SLICED AMERICAN CHEESE
Fresh Picked Savings
SAVE $1.49 ea.
ADAMS COUNTRY “FREESTONE”
YELLOW OR WHITE PEACHES
BONELESS BOTTOM ROUND ROASTS
ribfests! at karn
BABY BACK PORK RIBS
LOCALLY GROWN BICOLOR OR WHITEE
USDA CERTIFIED ANGUS BEEF
SAVE 79 lb. ¢
CHOPPED SIRLOIN STEAK
MUST BUY 5 LB.
CUSTOM CUT FREE USDA CHOICE WHOLE 12 LB. AVG.
BONELESS NEW YORK STRIPS
LUMP CRAB CAKES
BONELESS NEW YORK STRIP STEAKS
CRAB FEST AT KARN’S!
MUST BUY 10 LB.
COUNTRY STYLE BONEIN PORK RIBS
MUST BUY 5 LBS
MARYLAND STEAMED #1 CRABS
SAVE $4 LB.
SAVE $1.99 ea.
FRESH SUPER LEAN
59 ! w Wo lb. MUST BUY 5 LB. crow d p le a s i n g c o o ko u ts ! BONELESS SKINLESS CHICKEN THIGHS
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BONEIN PORK BUTT ROASTS
12 OZ. 1620 CT. READYTOGRILL
EXTRA JUMBO PINK SHRIMP
WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!
MAX SAVER’S Hottest DEALS AT KARNS
¢ SAVE 61
¢ SAVE 93 EA.
STOUFFER’S SIMPLE DISHES FROZEN DINNERS
DEBIT CARDS & EBT CARDS
ESSENTIAL EVERYDAY LARGE EGGS
SAVE $2.49 EA. 818 OZ.
TASTYKAKE FAMILY PACKS
7 DAYS A WEEK
AD SALE DATES
SCHMIDT’S ITALIAN BREAD
YOU PAY 3.69 FOR 2
LANCE CRACKERS TUES. AUGUST 13
WED. AUGUST 14
2/$ THURS. AUGUST 15
SAVE $1.39 EA.
BUY 1 GET 1
UNSEEDED & SEEDED 20 OZ.
7.5 OZ.16.9 OZ. 6 PK
PEPSI 1/2 LITERS OR MINI CANS
FRI. AUGUST 16
MUST BUY 4 OR MORE SINGLES $3.29
SAT. AUGUST 17
SUN. AUGUST 18
MON. AUGUST 19
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KELLOGG’S FROSTED FLAKES, BITE SIZE FROSTED MINI WHEATS, CORN FLAKES OR CRISPIX CEREALS
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W E D N E S DAY, A U G U S T 1 4 , 2 0 1 9
seafood experts! SAVE $8
SAVE $4 LB.
U/15 CT EZ PEEL
COLASSAL PINK SHRIMP
SOLD IN 2 LB. BAGS $17.98
SAVE $1 ea.
16 OZ. PREMIUM PASTEURIZED
lb. CLAW CRABMEAT
6 OZ. 34 PER BAG FROZEN NORWEGIAN
BULK ALL PORK SAUSAGE COUNTRY MIX & MATCH SAUSAGE
SKINLESS SALMON ea. FILLET PORTIONS
PRE-ORDER TODAY PICK UP AUGUST 22-25
2.99 2.49 3.99
ALL FLAVORS SAVE 50 ¢ LB. 2630 CT. EZ PEEL
2125 CT. EZ PEEL
EXTRA LARGE SHRIMP
JUMBO PINK SHRIMP
SOLD IN 2 LB. BAGS $17.98
EXTRA LARGE DRY BAY SCALLOPS
LARGE P&D SHRIMP
SOLD IN 2 LB. BAGS $15.98
PREMIUM IQF FROZEN
3140 CT. COOKED
16 OZ. PASTEURIZED
EXTRA JUMBO LB.
9 0Z. LEGAL SEAFOOD
BREADED COCONUT SHRIMP
JUMBO LUMP CRABMEAT
SNOW CRAB LEG CLUSTERS
CHESAPEAKE SWEET FRESH EA.
JUMBO LUMP CRABMEAT
JUMBO LUMP CRAB CAKES
RED KING CRAB LEGS
EXTRA LARGE LB.
BEAUTIFUL LARGE 79 0Z.
ENTENMANN’S LITTLE BITES
EA. THAWED $7.99 LB.
MARTIN’S SLICED POTATO ROLLS
2/ 5 $
FAMILY SIZE OREOS AND RITZ
GATORADE SPORTS DRINK
EIGHT O’CLOCK KCUP COFFEE
HERR’S MULTI AND VARIETY PACKS
2/ 5 $
BETTY CROCKER OR MOTTS FRUIT SNACKS
4/ 5 $
HERSHEY’S BIG BOX CANDY
BUGLES CRISPY CORN SNACK, GENERAL MILLS CHEX SNACK MIX, GARDETTOS OR CHEERIOS MIX
4/ 5 $
4 OZ/6 PK.
2/ 4 $
ARMOUR R VIENNA SAUSAGE
2/$5 4.99 BERTOLLI PASTA SAUCE
ZATARAIN’S RICE DINNER MIXES
4 LB. 100% WHITE MEAT FROZEN RAW
BREADED CHICKEN BREAST TENDERS 4 LB. BAGS FROZEN
CHICKEN PARTY WINGS
ANNIE’S OR PROTEIN ONE SNACKS
1 OZ/6 PK.
SUN MAID RAISINS 7.715 OZ.
M&M SNACK MIX SHARING STAND UP BAGS OR HERSHEY’S CLASSIC BAG CANDY
DOLLAR $ 1 DEALS! $
GALBANI STRING CHEESE
PROPEL FLAVORED WATER 3.13.74 OZ.
M&M/MARS FUN SIZE CANDY BARS OR M&M PLAIN OR PEANUT THEATRE BOX CANDY
1 ROLL/1000 SHEETS
SCOTT BATH TISSUE
SOFT SOAP LIQUID HAND SOAP
KELLOGG’S POP TARTS 12 CT, BITES OR CRISPS
LIBBY’S POUCH OR CANNED VEGETABLES
2/ 6 $
WHOLE OR 1% 1/2 GALLON
PILLSBURY CLASSIC PIZZA CRUST
TRUMOO CHOCOLATE MILK
ASST. 10.4 OZ
LAWRY’S SEASONED SALT
HERSHEY’S PARTY SIZE CANDY
CLOROX DISINFECTING WIPES
OLIVE GARDEN GARLIC & ROMANO CROUTONS
MRS. CUBBISON’S CROUTONS
2/ 6 $
4 OZ./4 PK.
DEL MONTE FRUIT BOWLS
BASIC PAPER TOWELS 2/ 5 BOUNTY
3/ 5 $
HEFTY ONE ZIP STORAGE OR FREEZER BAGS
TRASH BAGS 2/ 4 HEFTY 6.99
DEER PARK SPARKLING WATER
DEER PARK MATCH! SPARKLING WATER
12 OZ/8 PK
NESTLE PURE LIFE
BUDDIES 2/$5 KIDS 4/$3 WATER
Savings BRANDS 10.616 OZ.
MAGNUM ICE CREAM, TALENTI GELATO OR SORBETTO OR TALENTI GELATO LAYERS
DOVE MILK OR DARK CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM BARS
2/ 6 $
DOVE DARK CHOCOLATE MANGO SORBET
TWIX OR M&M ICE CREAM BARS
9.1310.14 OZ/3 PK. 48 OZ.
KELLOGG’S NUTRIGRAIN BARS
710 ML. SINGLE BOTTLES
12 OZ. WHOLE MILK OR PART SKIM
7.5 OZ. 1.25 LITER
BATTERED HADDOCK FILLETS
GENERAL MILLS CEREALS
POPPY’S FROZEN PIEROGIES
PEACH HABAÑERO CHICKEN SAUSAGE
ASST. 5.922 OZ.
DUNCAN HINES PERFECT SIZE FOR 1 CAKE OR BROWNIE MIX
ASST. 1112 OZ
EIGHT O’CLOCK WHOLE BEAN OR GROUND COFFEE
10.913.8 OZ. SELECTED
4.6 OZ. 32 CT/ 11.28 OZ
JALAPEÑO CHEDDAR PORK SAUSAGE
7.5 8.75 OZ.
4.58 OZ. 20 OZ/8 PK.
FLAVOR OF THE WEEK
FRESH PREMIUM ANTIBIOTIC FREE, GMO FREE FAROE ISLAND
FLAVOR OF THE WEEK
• 10.9 oz. Blueberry Cheerios • 11.4 oz. Mermaid Cereal 4.18.94 OZ • 11.9 oz. Cinnamon Toast Crunch Churros ASSORTED • 12.4 oz. Choc. Cinnamon Toast Crunch • 12 oz. Fruity Lucky Charms • 13.8 oz. Lucky Charms Frosted Flakes FIBER ONE, • 12.2 oz. Peanut Butter Chex Cereal NATURE VALLEY,
PEPPERIDGE FARMS SANDWICH ROLLS
STEAMED $8.99 LB.
2 LB. BAG GREAT FISH CO. FROZEN
CHICKEN SAUSAGE LINKS
OVER 3,000 ITEMS ON SALE
28 OZ BAG
HERR’S PEANUT BUTTER PRETZEL NUGGETS
BEAUTIFUL WILD, FROZEN
1518 OZ./12 CT. 8.25 OZ
GREEN’S PREMIUM ICE CREAM
2/ 5 $
MAGNUM ICE CREAM BARS
11.1 OZ./6 PK.
MAGNUM MINI ICE CREAM BARS
2/ 6 $
2436 OZ./6 PK.
LUIGI’S ITALIAN ICE
12 OR 22.3 OZ./6 PK.
SNICKERS ICE CREAM BARS OR CONES 2124 OZ./6 PK.
M&M ICE CREAM CONES & M&M VANILLA A OR CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM SANDWICHES
SOLD IN 2 LB. BAGS $15.98
CHESAPEAKE SWEET FRESH
COMMUNITYCOURIER - Middletown Edition -
BUNDLES Fill the Freezer
SAVE $1 LB.
SAVE 4 LB.
SAVE 1.10 LB.
August 14, 2019 - 7
Backyard MEAT BUNDLE
3 LB. EXTRA LEAN CHOPPED STEAK PATTIES 3 LB. BONELESS CHICKEN BREASTS HALVES 3 LB. KARNS PORK OR CHICKEN SAUSAGE MIX ‘N MATCH 3 LB. COUNTRY STYLE PORK RIBS OR PORK BUTT ROAST 4 LB. CHICKEN THIGHS OR DRUMSTICKS 3 LB. CENTER CUT BONELESS PORK CHOPS 3 LB. KESSLER’S SKINLESS HOT OR SMOKED SAUSAGES 3 LB. KUNZLER MEAT FRANKS
FRESH WHOLE 8 LB. AVG.
BONELESS PORK LOINS
Holiday MEAT BUNDLE
4 1” THICK NEW YORK STRIP STEAKS 2 LB. BAG 2125 CT. EZ PEEL JUMBO PINK SHRIMP 3 LB. FRESH CHICKEN TENDERS 3 LB. CENTER CUT BONELESS GRILLING PORK CHOPS 2 LB. BULK FROZEN RIB EYE SANDWICH STEAKS 2 LB. FROZEN CHOPPED STEAK PATTIES
PORTER HOUSE & TBONE STEAKS
CARLISLE 7172188588 HERSHEY 7175336445 MIDDLETOWN 7179447486 NEW BLOOMFIELD 7175824028
BONELESS THICK CUT GRILLING PORK CHOPS
BONELESS PORK RIBS
MUST BUY 5 LB.
PREMIUM #1 SLICED BACON FRESH
HICKORY SMOKED BACON ENDS
ROLLED & TIED
SMOKED PORK SHANKS
GREAT FOR GREEN BEANS, SOUP, LB. CABBAGE & POTATOES
1/2 PEACHES ‘N CREAM PIE PEACH RASPBERRY SWEET BREAD KARNS FAMILY PACK MINI SUGAR COOKIES
489 499 459
PEACH SUGAR CAKE KARNS KIDS BREAD
529 179 359
GUNTER HONEY BEAR
G.H. CREATOR POPCORN
STROEHMANN’S DUTCH COUNTRY BREADS
VO5 SHAMPOO/ CONDITIONER
TOMS OF MAINE TOOTHPASTE
CUSTOM CUT FREE
USDA CHOICE 13 LB. AVG.
WHOLE BONELESS SIRLOIN TIPS
WHILE SUPPLIES LAST 3 LB. IQF LANCASTER FARMS LB.
USDA WHOLE CHOICE • 20 LB. AVG.
ANGUS BEEF BONELESS STEW CUBES & CUBE STEAKS
CERTIFIED ANGUS BEEF
LB. MUST BUY 5 LBS.
SHORT LOINS CUT FREE SHADY BROOK INTO PORTER 93% LEAN HOUSE GROUND STEAKS LB. TURKEY CERTIFIED ANGUS BEEF
NEW YORK STRIP STEAKS
FRESH BONELESS SKINLESS LB.
MUST BUY 5 LBS.
WHOLE TURKEY BREASTS
MARINATED TURKEY TENDERLOINS
BUY 1 GET 1
DIEFFENBACH’S BROKEN PRETZELS
YOU PAY 2.99 FOR 2
DIEFFENBACH’S TORTILLA CHIPS
BUY 1 GET 1
BUY 1 GET 1
SCHMIDT’S OLD TYME BAGELS
YOU PAY 3.49 FOR 2
YOU PAY 2.99 FOR 2
BUY 1 GET 1
DIETZ AND WATSON MEAT SNACKS
YOU PAY 5.99 FOR 2
FROZEN 8.3712 OZ.
4.5 OZ. 3 PK.
SARGENTO BALANCED BREAKS
2/ 5 $
KELLER’S SALTED OR UNSALTED BUTTER QUARTERS
SARGENTO CHEESE STICKS
SWISS PREMIUM DRINKS
4/ 5 $
TROPICANA PURE PREMIUM OR TROP50 ORANGE JUICE
TROPICANA OR TROP50 CHILLED DRINKS
STONERIDGE CREAMERY ICE CREAM
& CHEESE 4/$ CUP 1.99 MAC 10
TROPICANA PURE PREMIUM 3/$ ORANGE JUICE
BIRDS EYE VOILA! & VOILA! SELECT FROZEN MEALS
812 OZ. GREEN/SILVER/ GOLD LINES
3O CT./13.214.8 OZ.
12 OZ./2 PK.
8 OZ./6 PK.
STOUFFER’S SIGNATURE CLASSIC FROZEN DINNERS
HANOVER FROZEN VEGETABLES
SWANSON HUNGRYMAN FROZEN DINNERS
FURLANI TEXAS TOAST OR GARLIC BREAD
SINGLE CUPS YOPLAIT YOGURT
YOPLAIT OUI YOGURT, YOPLAIT YQ YOGURT & GOOD BELLY PROBIOTICS YOGURT
3/ 4 $
PILLSBURY GRANDS! BISCUITS
3/ 5 $
FRESCHETTA FROZEN PIZZA
DELIZZA CREAM PUFFS OR ECLAIRS
FURLANI CHEDDAR BISCUITS
YOU PAY 3.99 FOR 2
PERSONAL 12.5 OZ.
ANGUS BEEF BONELESS RUMP ROASTS
MUST BUY 10 LB.
55.3 OZ./SINGLE CUP
BUY 1 GET 1
ROLAND TARTLETTE COOKIES
NOTHING BEATS Fr Free!
Custom Cake Decorating
back for a limited 4 PACK PEACH FRITTERS time!
SIRLOIN TIP STEAKS LONDON BROILS & ROASTS
BONELESS PORK BUTT ROASTS
een k y h c a e p sweets!
USDA DA CHOICE
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FRESH NO ANTIBIOTICS EVER TRIMMED BONELESS SKINLESS
TOMS OF MAINE DEODORANT
FRITOS AND CHEETOS
EBT & SNAP ACCEPTED
UTZ HUNGRY SIZE POTATO CHIPS OR POPCORN
2/ 4 $
2/ 6 $
LITTLE DEBBIE BIG PACKS
2/ 6 $
TURKEY HILL TEAS & DRINKS
2/ 4 $
12 OZ./12 PK. FRIDGE PACKS 12 OZ./8 PK. BOTTLES 7.5 OZ./10 PK. CANS
SODA 2/ 9 STEWART’S 2.49
1 LTR. ASST.
PEPPERIDGE FARMS HERR’S BULK TORTILLA GOLDFISH CHIPS
2/ 5 $
FRITO LAY SIMPLY SNACKS
2/ 7 $
WISE POTATO CHIPS
12 PK ./16.9 OZ.
LIPTON ICED TEA
24 PK./16.9 OZ.
CORE HYDRATION WATER
$ 6.99 3 2/
CUSTOM CUT FREE
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F R E S H PRO DU C E SAVE 70
SAVE 1 lb.
“LOCALLY GROWN” JUMBO SWEET
2/ 5 $
CANTALOUPES 12 CT. TOTE BAG
WASHINGTON STATE XLARGE
RED CHERRIES RED MANGOS XLARGE
SEEDLESS WATERMELONS 3 LB. BAG
CLEMENTINE MANDARIN ORANGES XLARGE
SUGAR SNAP PEAS WHITE
FRESH 5.5 OZ. BAG
WHITE OR RED
20/8 OZ. ASST.
3/ 5 $
STOPLIGHT OR RAINBOW PEPPERS
ORGANIC BLUEBERRIES LB.
ORGANIC SUNGOLD KIWI FRUIT
4/$5 HASS 5/$5 AVOCADOS
BEEFSTEAK, ROMA PLUM, HOTHOUSE ONTHEVINE
3 CT. BAG
25 OZ. BLUE CHEESE OR COLE SLAW
MARIE’S SALAD DRESSINGS
2/ 7 $
MARIE’S FAMILY SIZE DRESSINGS
PINT LOCALLY GROWN
RED GRAPE TOMATOES
10 OZ. MIXED GREENS, BABY SPINACH & SPRING MIX
FRESH EXPRESS SALADS
2 CT. PKG. YELLOW OR GREEN ZUCCHINI
CUBANELLE, JALAPENO, HUNGARIAN HOT
FRESH YELLOW & GREEN ZUCCHINI
5 OZ. SPRING MIX, BABY SPINACH, 50/50 MIXED GREENS, SPINACH & ARUGULA, BABY KALE, SWEET & CRUNCHY
GREEN LEAF RED LEAF ROMAINE
4/ 5 3.99 2.99 ORGANIC LOCALLY GROWN PRODUCE ORGANIC PEPPERS 1.99 BROCCOLI 2.99 TOMATOES 2.99 CROWNS 1.29 1.29 SQUASH RED BEETS 2.49 ORGANIC GIRL GREEN 59¢ CABBAGE 1.29 CUCUMBERS 6/$3 FAMILY SIZE SALADS Your LOCAL DELI LITTLE HUG FRUIT BARREL DRINKS
JUMBO “PA SWEET”
YELLOW ea. ONIONS
3 CT. PKG.
8 OZ. WHOLE OR SLICED WHITE & BABY PORTABELLA
IDAHO BAKING POTATOES
¢ SAVE 80 lb.
SAVE $1.50 ea.
GREEN GIANT 5 LB. BAG
GREEN BEANS FRESH
SAVE $1.49 ea.
¢ . lb
HOTHOUSE BEEFSTEAK, ROMA PLUM HOTHOUSE RED ONTHEVINE, “LOCALLY GROWN” XLARGE VINE RIPE
BETTER SELECTION & LOCAL FAVORITES
SAVE 2 LB.
Always fresh & priced right!
MEDIUM ROAST BEEF DELI
WHITE TURKEY BREAST
SLICED OR CHIPPED HAM
PLUS $1.00 OFF COUPON OFFER!
NIKOS CRUMBLED FETA CHEESES
24 OZ. ALL VARIETIES
SIMPLY MASHED POTATOES KARNS
BLACK FOREST HONEY HAM
79 OZ. TUB
2/ 8 $
4.99 13.99 EA.
WHOLE & HALF
JOHN F. MARTIN
SLICED HOT PEPPER CHEESE
BEEF SANDWICH STEAKS
ALL BEEF & ALL MEAT CORN DOGS
SAUSAGE LINKS, ROLLS & PATTIES
HASH BROWNS & ITALIAN MEATBALLS DICED POTATOES BUY 1 YOU PAY
8.99 FOR 2
TENDER BROWN TURKEY BREAST
HONEY HAM OFF THE BONE
6.49 5.99 LB.
KESSLER’S TRAD. & ITALIAN
BREADED VEAL PATTIES
SLICED LEBANON BOLOGNA
PLUS $1.00 OFF COUPON OFFER!
KESSLER’S 2 LB.
JOHN F. MARTIN
SLICED BACON LB.
6 $ 10
8 PC. FRIED CHICKEN OR 10 PC. FRIED TENDERS BUCKETS
3 LB. HOT & REGULAR LB.
ITALIAN HOAGIE HAM
MONTCHEVRE GOAT CHEESE LOGS
RED APPLE SMOKED GOUDA CHEESE
DUTCH LOAF KUNZLER
CABOT EXTRA SHARP CHEDDAR
FRIED CHICKEN TENDERS & PARTY WINGS
DOUBLE SMOKED RING BOLOGNA
JOHN F. MARTIN
SELTZER’S 12 OZ.
FAMILY GERMAN MACARONI SALAD
CAJUN CRAB DIP
ROTISSERIE CHICKEN SALAD
SUB OF THE WEEK
6” TURKEY BREAST SUB
CUCUMBER & ONION SALAD
BACON LOVER’S BEANS
COMMUNITYCOURIER - Middletown Edition - August 14, 2019 - 9
Geisinger Names Chief Nursing Executive
Janet Tomcavage Tomcavage was the first Geisinger nurse to receive the Pennsylvania Nightingale Award for clinical excellence in an advanced nursing role. She is an active member in several professional societies and has served in various leadership roles in the American Nurse Association, the American College of Healthcare Executives and the Alliance of Community Health Plans. Geisinger serves more than 1.5 million patients in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. For more information, readers may visit www.geisinger.org or connect with the organization on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter.
Collectibles BUYING TOYS & COLLECTIBLES www.DNRCollectibles.com PA’s Largest Buyer of Toys & Collectibles 27 E Lancaster Street, Red Lion, PA Hours: 10:00am-4:00pm, Monday-Friday 717-329-8167 • email@example.com Toys Vintage or Modern, New or Used, Hess Trucks, Barbies, Diecast, Hot Wheels & Matchbox, Action Figures, Models, Trains, Sports Cards/ Memorabilia, Movie/ Music Memorabilia, Video Games & much more!
Arts Auction Slated Orchestrion with Wonderlight along with other early examples. Other collectibles are a Victorian hairwork collection and Native American items. A Lina Zervudichi for Elsa Schiaparelli fish lounge may draw attention from furniture buyers. Sterling silver includes an Art Nouveau vase by Gorham and a variety of dinner services. Coin silver features Kentucky juleps by Macdannald and Werne. Also offered will be a Drakes of London silverplate and hardwood meat serving trolley. Coins feature late 19th- and early 20th-century gold. Art highlights are four paintings by Walter Emerson Baum, two by Johann Berthelsen, and a George Stubbs. A Georges Braque print from an edition of 70 will be offered, as will six Audubon prints including the Golden Eagle. An 18th-century William Webster bracket clock will cross the block along with five pillar and scroll clocks, including Seth Thomas and Eli Terry. Bidders are invited to participate both live and online, with the complete catalog available at www.CordierAuction.com. A live preview will be held at Cordier’s Harrisburg auction house on Friday, Aug. 16, from noon to 4 p.m.
Giant Pilots Enhanced Rewards Program Giant Food Stores has announced it is piloting a new way for its customers to increase their savings through personalized offers on products they already buy with the new Choice Rewards program. An enhancement to its current Gas Extra Rewards program, Choice Rewards brings customized savings and rewards to customers via the Giant or Martin’s app. By leveraging smartphone technology, Giant aims to provide relevant rewards to their participating customers. Choice Rewards is now available in a select pilot market, and it will roll out by the end of the year. Just like they do in Giant’s current program, customers participating in the pilot earn points on qualifying purchases at the rate of one point for every $1 spent. New through Choice Rewards, they will also be able to earn
points through targeted “bonus earn” offers. When it comes time to redeem points, customers can either redeem their points for discounts on gas - with 100 points equaling a $0.10 discount per gallon up to 25 gallons or choose among new offers such as converting points to dollars to save directly on groceries. In addition to viewing their personalized offers and rewards earnings on the app, customers can load digital coupons, activate Deli Order Ahead, or place a grocery order with Giant Direct. In the app, customers can track their earning progress while managing their points and rewards. Points earned expire on the last day of the month following the month in which they were earned. For more information about Giant or Martin’s, readers may visit the https://giantfood stores.com or https://martinsfoods.com.
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Cordier Auctions and Appraisals will hold a Fine and Decorative Arts Auction at 1500 Paxton St., Harrisburg, on Saturday, Aug. 17. Bidding will begin at 10 a.m. Items crossing the block will include those from 18th-century collector Edward Greey, six pieces of early coin-op, and a Snow Hill Cloister watercolor. The Snow Hill Cloister piece is a recently discovered allegorical watercolor by Obed Snowberger. The Snow Hill Cloister, founded in Franklin County in 1798 as an offshoot of the Ephrata Cloister in Lancaster County, flourished until the Civil War. Snowberger, the last celibate brother, died in 1895. This watercolor was purchased at the sale of his estate in 1896. Found 50 years ago by a local collector, it is now being offered at public sale for the first time in more than 100 years. Greey opened an art gallery in New York City in 1868, and this gallery was credited with creating a new appreciation for Japanese art in America. Included in the collection of his items is a scroll by Nonkoku and Nanho Osawa painted on a piece of Mrs. Greey’s wedding gown. A six-piece collection of coin-op includes a Mills Violano Virtuoso and a Wurlitzer LX
220 Eby Chiques Road, Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-653-8061
Janet Tomcavage, MSN, RN, who is known as a pioneer in population health and advanced medical homes, has assumed the role of chief nursing executive at Geisinger, effective Aug. 1. Since 2014, Tomcavage has served as Geisinger’s chief population officer, focusing on driving the transformation of how Geisinger delivers care. Tomcavage has spearheaded population health programs to achieve high-quality, affordable services for Geisinger’s patients and members. Recently, she launched Geisinger at Home, a home-based care model for Geisinger’s most medically complex patients. She has held various senior leadership roles, including serving as chief administrative officer at Geisinger Health Plan, where she oversaw the delivery of health services to members, providers and the community. Tomcavage earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Bloomsburg State University and her master’s degree in nursing from Misericordia University. She has coauthored numerous publications on patient-centered primary care, diabetes, disease management and the expanded role of nursing in health care.
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AKC DOBERMAN PINCHER PUPPIES, black, reds, males & females, shots & vet checked, $750. 717-862-3631
AKC LAB PUPPIES, charcoal, silver, fox red, all in one litter from our only family dog, $800. 717-305-0183
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IN AN EFFORT to protect the lives of animals, and for the protection of our readers, we will no longer accept “PETS OR PUPPIES WANTED” classified ads. We will, however continue to accept household pet “For Sale” ads. When purchasing a pet, please make certain animal is healthy and has been properly cared for. When selling or giving away a pet please screen respondents carefully. Pets deserve a loving, caring home.
ACA GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPPIES registered, utd shots, dewormed, vet checked, ready now, $675. 717-468-2824
FREE: WILL LEND Nice Riding Horses and Large Ponies until June 2020. Call Andy or Bill at 717-394-7865, 412-582-0080
ACA ROTTWEILER PUPPIES, male, pure German bloodlines, shots, wormed, vet checked. Call 717-278-2618
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(across from Elizabethtown Church of the Brethren)
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES, farm raised, shots, wormed. $375 ea. 717-382-4948 GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS, black & tan, vet checked, shots, dewormed, friendly, playful, good w/kids, $500, 717-862-3201
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FEED TRUCK DRIVER Must have CDL Class A License. • Includes weekends & holidays. • Excellent Pay & Beneﬁts • $1,000 Bonus Attainable 1st Year
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SWEET CORN, White & Yellow, picked fresh daily at our farm stand. Large quantity pre-order discounts. Duane Charles, 316 Stackstown Rd., Marietta, 717-305-0411
Sporting Goods GUN BUNKER Buying esp. machines guns. 717-495-0131 GUNS WANTED INSTANT PAYMENT 1 gun or collection- Will travel Kinsey’s Outdoors, 717-653-5524
INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE MECHANIC Angleboard, a division of Signode Industrial Group, has a dayshift opening for a skilled maintenance mechanic at its Elizabethtown facility. The primary role of this challenging position is to conduct general maintenance and repairs on all plant equipment including troubleshooting, preventative maintenance, installation, and fork lift repair. Must possess strong mechanical ability, working knowledge of hydraulics, pneumatics, electrical and welding. High school Diploma or equivalent is required, 3 to 5 years related experience in production machine repair required, and ability to read manuals, blue prints, etc. We offer competitive pay and comprehensive benefits including medical, dental, life, 401(k) with company match. Apply at the plant or send resume to: Plant Manager Angleboard 1605 Zeager Road Elizabethtown, PA 17022 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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For Rent 5 MINUTES FROM HERSHEY MEDICAL CENTER. Furnished 1 br apt., Priv. Ent. includes kitchenette, internet, tv, utilities, parking, covered patio. No smoking or pets. $750/mo. 717-421-2664
GREAT COMMERCIAL SPACES AVAILABLE Starting as low as $795/month. 100 Brown Street, Middletown, PA Ranging from 1200-2500 sq.ft. Call Mike Murphy Rentals 717-232-5420 or visit our website: mikemurphyrentals.com
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BUYING HEATING OIL at .30¢ a gallon. Also remove heating oil tanks and furnaces. Call Ed 717-587-7315.
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S.U.V.'s 2008 JEEP WRANGLER Unlimited Rubicon 1 owner, 100K mi., Great Condition, soft top, half doors, 3 inch lift, 35 inch tires, aftermarket bumpers & winch. Many other extras. $16,900. 717-278-1398
AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES $100-$800 For Your Unwanted Junk Cars-Trucks- Vans- SUVs. Prompt, Honest Service. 717-246-2888 PA0002 $200 TO $5000 CASH PAID FOR JUNK & USED VEHICLES. FREE REMOVAL. Call 717-799-3872 GOT TOYOTA? ALL TOYOTAS Parts, Repairs, Sales, Srvc. New, Oem, Used, Aftm. Weikle’S + save 717-417-2726
CYCLES 1998 HARLEY DAVIDSON 883 Sportster, blue in color. Call 717-939-7284 BRITISH MOTORCYCLES WANTED Triumph, Norton, BSA, etc., running or not. I pay more. 484-252-1708, anytime.
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