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Evangelical United Methodist Church, 157 E. Water St., Middletown, will hold a roast turkey dinner on Monday, Sept. 17, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. In addition to roast turkey, the menu will include stuffing, mashed potatoes, peas, cranberry sauce, beverages and desserts. There is a fee for the meal. Takeouts will be available. Everyone is welcome, and the church is handicapped-accessible. For more information, call 717-944-6181. “TARZAN” MUSICAL
Raider Girls Host Bishop McDevitt pg 4
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Harrisburg Christian Performing Arts Center (HCPAC), 1000 S. Eisenhower Blvd., Middletown, will present “Tarzan: The Stage Musical” on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 14 and 15, at 7:30 p.m. and on Sunday, Sept. 16, at 2:30 p.m. Based on the animated Disney movie “Tarzan” and Edgar Rice Burroughs’ novel “Tarzan of the Apes,” the show features music by rock legend Phil Collins and a book by Tony Award-winning playwright David Henry Hwang. Songs include the Academy Award-winning “You’ll Be in My Heart,” as well as “Son of Man” and “Two Worlds.” To purchase tickets, visit https://thehcpac.org/shows/. COMMUNITY EVENT
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Historic Peace Church, located at St. John’s Church and Trindle roads, Camp Hill, will present its annual Harvest Home Concert on Sunday, Sept. 23, at 3 p.m. The concert will include vocal and instrumental solos, as well as a hymn sing-along led by Norma Swain, director of the Historic Peace Church Chorale and organist and choral director at Zion Lutheran Church in Harrisburg. Mechanicsburg resident Don Golden, area substitute organist and former organist and director at Trinity Lutheran Church in Newport News, will perform selections on the 1807 Conrad Doll organ. The concert is free. Donations will be accepted at the door. For more information, call 717-737-6492 or 717-571-5189.
Pumpkin Fest Planned The Middletown Home, 999 W. Harrisburg Pike, Middletown, will hold Pumpkin Fest 2018 on Sunday, Sept. 16, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The event will feature a barrel train, hayrides, face painting, a build-your-own-scarecrow opportunity, caricatures, and, new this year, hot air balloon rides. Additionally, there will be pumpkin painting, pumpkin bowling, pumpkin chunkin’, and a pumpkin dunkin’ booth. Local and regional artisans will be on-site, and there will be giveaway drawings. Food, such as chicken barbecue provided by the Lower Swatara Fire Department and homemade chicken corn soup, will be available. Live music will be performed by No Last Call, Pentagon Band, The Fabulous Hubcaps, and Erin Cruise and Cruise Control Band. All proceeds will help to provide care and services for residents of The Middletown Home who have exhausted their financial resources. More information is available by calling 717-944-3351.
Gaelic Singer To Perform Concert D.A.W.G.S. Club To Begin Season The Susquehanna Folk Music Society (SFMS) will sponsor a concert by award-winning Gaelic singer Julie Fowlis on Sunday, Sept. 30, at 7:30 p.m. The concert will take place at The Abbey Bar, Appalachian Brewing Company, 50 N. Cameron St., Harrisburg. Attendees must be age 21 to enter the venue. Fowlis, who grew up in the Outer Hebridean island of North Uist, was nominated as Folk Singer of the Year in this year’s BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards. She has created five studio albums and has participated in numerous high-profile collaborations. She has performed on stages around the world, from Highlands village halls to stages in New York City, the Philharmonie de Paris, and Shakespeare’s Globe in London. Over the years, she has been nominated for and won several BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards and Scottish Traditional Music Awards. She was the first Gaelic solo artist to win a Scottish Music
The D.A.W.G.S. (Dynamic and Wiggly God Seekers) Kid’s Club at Geyers United Methodist Church, 1605 S. Geyers Church Road, Middletown (Londonderry Township), will begin its 2018-19 season on Wednesday, Sept. 26, with a session from 6:30 to 8 p.m. The club is open to all children and youths from
age 3 through middle school and will run most Wednesdays through April. The Little DAWGS program is for children from age 3 through kindergarten and is directed by Jan Aichner and Cheryl Wright. Activities will include stories, songs, crafts, games, and puppet shows. See D.A.W.G.S. Club pg 3
Julie Fowlis Award, which she earned in December 2014. Fowlis also performed the songs “Into Open Air” and “Touch the Sky” on the soundtrack of the movie “Brave.” She has collaborated, recorded, and performed with artists such as violin See Gaelic Singer pg 6
Tatiana Greene takes aim to shoot a water balloon across the church lawn during a D.A.W.G.S. (Dynamic and Wiggly God Seekers) session at Geyers United Methodist Church. The 2018-19 season will begin on Sept. 26.
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will host an ice cream social and car and motorcycle show on Sunday, Sept. 23, from 2 to 7 p.m. at Kiwanis Park, Route 441, Royalton. Music will be provided throughout the event, and there will be food, cake walks, and more. In the case of rain, the event will take place on Sunday, Sept. 30. For more information, visit www.royaltonpa.com.
Middletown Area School District (MASD) recently honored staff members for their many years of service. The honorees were (back, from left) David Martin, 25 years; Kevin Little, 25 years; Jonathan Dickey, 30 years; (front) Kathy Weltmer, 25 years; Cheryl Friedman, 25 years; Karyl Hawkins, 25 years; and Cynthia Harbeson, 25 years.
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Cornerstone Youth Center 5K Set For Sept. 29
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People of all ages are invited to support the youths in the local community at the annual Cornerstone Youth Center 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, Sept. 29, at Masonic Village, 1 Masonic Drive, Elizabethtown. “As a runner it’s a really great event to come back to every fall,” said Jesse Myers, who has been participating in the event since it began six years ago. Myers and Fred Garber shared about their experiences in the video “A Tale of Two 5Kers,” which may be viewed at www.cornerstoneetown.org/5K. Garber ran the 5K for the first time last year. “I just wanted to try it and see if I could get it done,” said Garber, adding that he was the last one to cross the finish line, but that was OK. Seeing all of the people who came together to support Cornerstone was encouraging to Garber, who was involved with the ministry when it first began. “Come enjoy and support the ministry as you do the 5K,” Garber said. To register in advance, interested
individuals may visit www.corner stoneetown.org/5K. Those who register by Wednesday, Sept. 19, will receive a T-shirt. Discounted rates are available for youth groups, such as churches or sports teams. To receive special group registration rates, readers may call 717367-0000, ext. 1. Folks who may not be able to run or walk the course but would still like to support Cornerstone can sponsor a participant by clicking on the “Crowdrise” link at www.cornerstoneetown.org/5K and following the instructions. Cornerstone associate director Laurie Shepler noted that this feature was added this year at the request of numerous individuals. Race packet pickup will be offered from 5 to 7 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 28, at Cornerstone Youth Center, 95 S. Wilson Ave., Elizabethtown. Registration and race check-in will be available on the day of the race from 7 to 8:30 a.m. at Masonic Village. Runners will take off at 9 a.m. The start and finish lines will be located just behind the Sycamore Square Apartments at the entrance of Masonic Village. The race will be chip timed. All race participants will find refreshments and beverages awaiting them after they cross the finish line. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top adult male and female finishers and to the top male and female finishers age 18 and under. Medals will also be awarded to the top male and female finishers in different age categories. Participants will be eligible to win a variety of door prizes that have been donated by
local businesses and individuals. Free child care for children age 10 and under will be offered during the 5K with certified volunteers in a secure, childfriendly area known as “The Hub” at the youth center. A Kids’ Fun Run will offer a 0.2-mile course for children age 7 and under and a 0.4-mile course for 8- to 10-year-olds. The Fun Run will begin at approximately 9:45 a.m. as the 5K is winding down. Back by popular demand, chicken barbecue meals prepared by a fan-favorite Manheim business will be available for purchase from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Entrée choices will include a half chicken breast, a chicken leg and thigh, or pulled pork
The annual Cornerstone Youth Center 5K Run/Walk, complete with a Kids’ Fun Run, door prizes, and pulled pork and chicken barbecue meals, is planned for Sept. 29 at Masonic Village.
Bells And Whistles from pg 1 Susquehanna Old-Fashioned Field Days Set For Sept. 15 and 16 By Chelsea Peifer
Each year the dedicated residents who organize Susquehanna Old-Fashioned Field Days decide on a different agricultural process or antiquity to feature at the two-day event, and this year’s theme was chosen at the suggestion of numerous individuals. Bells, whistles, and poultry items - new and old, of all shapes and sizes - will be on display for folks to view and learn a bit of history. Organizer Darl Williams has amassed quite a collection of bells and whistles, including several worn by horses pulling the famous Conestoga wagons. In those days, bells announced that a team of horses was coming and signaled to people and animals alike to get out of the way. “Anyone can bring stuff that day to display, and there’s already been a fair amount of people who said they’re bringing these items,” said organizer Ron Bernhard, adding that train whistles and steam whistles will also be among the selection. Poultry-related items can encompass anything from old feeders to signs, memorabilia, and more. “You’d be surprised what shows up,” Bernhard commented. The 21st annual Susquehanna Old-Fashioned Field Days event will take place on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 15 and 16, at
barbecue. Meals will be served with a baked potato, a roll and butter, applesauce, a beverage, and a sweet treat, or individuals may opt for just an entrée without any accompaniments. Participants may preorder food when they register for the event. Proceeds from the race will benefit the operational expenses of Cornerstone Youth Center. Youths in grades seven through 12 are welcome at the center six days a week, with activities and clubs from 3 to 6 p.m. on Mondays through Thursdays, unstructured hangout time from 7 to 10 p.m. on Fridays, and skateboard-only hours on Sundays from 6 to 8 p.m.
Conoy Park, 2115 River Road, Bainbridge. Admission and parking will be free. Antique tractors, hit-and-miss engines, model engines, and other items will round out the machinery exhibits. Revolutionary War and Civil War re-enactors will be set up on both days. A variety of live demonstrations will include rope making, apple cider pressing, shingle sawing, and blacksmithing. Craft vendors will also be on-site offering a variety of handmade goods for sale. Organizers encourage families to take advantage of all that the festival has to offer for children. Barrel train rides, hayrides, shelled corn boxes, free pumpkins, a petting zoo, carnival-style games, and other activities will be available for children to enjoy on both days. On Sept. 15, the event will kick off with breakfast available for purchase beginning at 7 a.m. Breakfast will be available on Sept. 16 at 7 a.m., as well. An opening ceremony will take place at 9 a.m. on Sept. 15, and the youths’ and children’s fishing derby will be held directly following the opening ceremony. Youths and children age 15 and under may participate, but they must bring their own bait and fishing rods. Prizes will be awarded. Additional events on Sept. 16 will include the annual benefit auction, which will begin at 2 p.m. Auction lots are made up of a variety of donated items, including wood carvings, farm toys, baked goods, and other homemade goods. Individuals may
donate items for the auction right up until the start of bidding. All proceeds will support the event and help to keep it free to the public. Bernhard emphasized that the event runs on donations and any extra proceeds go right back into the community. A tractor parade will make its way through the event grounds at 11 a.m. on Sept. 15 and at noon on Sept. 16. Live musical entertainment will be provided on both days, including performances by bluegrass band Iron Ridge on Sept. 15. A church service will be held at 9 a.m. on Sept. 16, led by pastors from the churches in Conoy Township. The two-day festival began as a way to celebrate the heritage of the area, and it remains a community event to its core. Churches and civic organizations such as the Bainbridge Fire Company, Bainbridge Lions Club, and Elizabethtown Jaycees prepare and serve a variety of food and beverages for attendees to purchase. Local Boy Scouts assist with parking, trash, and crowd management. For more information, readers may find “Susquehanna OldFashioned Field Days” on Facebook or call 717-572-6144. Pictured on front:
The organizers of Susquehanna Old-Fashioned Field Days, including (from left) Darl Williams, Earl Fuhrman, Mitch Bernhard, Ron Bernhard, Tonya Bernhard, and Kevin Baker, invite the community to enjoy the free twoday festival celebrating agricultural history on Sept. 15 and 16 at Conoy Park in Bainbridge.
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Arts Festival Scheduled The 37th annual Hummelstown Arts Festival will take place on Saturday, Sept. 15, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Main Street in Hummelstown. The festival will feature more than 160 juried artists, a food court, a children’s area and entertainment. This year’s event will include free crafts and activities for children including balloon art, face painting, and a creative caricature artist. Boy Scouts will have their Lego race track on-site and the Dauphin County Library will be in attendance with its mobile
outreach vehicle MARCO, a stateof-the art exploration station. Disc jockey Bill Runkle will provide music throughout the day and students from Hershey School of Dance will perform two numbers at approximately 1:30 p.m. This year’s featured artist, Trudy Nicholson, will be at the center square to meet attendees and sign numbered and limited edition 2018 posters from 10 to 11 a.m. and from 1 to 2 p.m. Other merchandise, such as Tshirts, sweatshirts and the annual Hummelstown calendar,
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will also be available for purchase. The committee would also like to remind everyone that for the safety and enjoyment of all visitors, pets, skateboards and bicycles will not be permitted during the festival. Proceeds from the event will go toward scholarships and promoting art in the Lower Dauphin community. For more information, email HummArtsFest@comcast.net, search for “Hummelstown Arts Festival” on Facebook or visit www.hummelstownartsfest.com.
PCGC Posts Gatherings Support The Penn-Cumberland Garden drawing tickets will be availGroup Club (PCGC) has posted two able for purchase. upcoming gatherings. All activities are open to the The club will hold its regular public, and readers may call Offered meeting on Monday, Sept. 17, at Anne at 717-697-7205 for
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The Big DAWGS is for youths in first through sixth grades. Led by Kathy Menear and Karen Wise, the group will focus on Bible story object lessons, cooking fun, science experiments, music videos, and crafts. Youths in seventh grade and up will enjoy Bible stories and activities in their own space under the leadership of Tim Stine. All three groups will end each evening together in fellowship hall for snack time. The club is geared toward making the stories of the Bible come to life in fun and exciting ways. Everyone involved in the program has been approved to work with children and has completed the proper background checks as required through Safe Sanctuaries of the United Methodist Church. Preregistration is not required; however, organizers request that a responsible adult always accompany their child into the building and sign them in and out each week. Registration forms will be available to fill out on the first night a child attends.
The Spiritual Care Department at Geisinger Holy Spirit, 503 N. 21st St., Camp Hill, will offer a five-week bereavement support group that will be held in the Spiritual Care consultation room. The group will meet Wednesdays, Sept. 12 through Oct. 10, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. The group is open to anyone experiencing grief after the loss of a loved one. Each week’s focus will assist participants in understanding how to cope with grief and how to develop the skills necessary to turn mourning into memories. The facilitator will be Sister Mary Joan Smith, director of Spiritual Care Services at Geisinger Holy Spirit. Participation is free, but registration is requested. To register, readers may call 717-763-2118.
details. The PGCG’s Conservation Committee will meet on Thursday, Sept. 20, from 9:15 to 11:30 a.m. at the Camp Hill Presbyterian Church, 23rd and Walnut streets. A special conservation discovery meeting will be held. Attendees should bring a beverage mug. Readers may contact 717-761-1037 to reserve a chair. PCGC is a member of the Garden Club Federation of Pennsylvania District IV, the Central Atlantic Region, and the National Garden Club Inc. To learn more, readers may visit www.penncumberlandgarden.or g or find the club on Facebook.
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Gabreyella O’Donnell pours vinegar into a volcano and watches it erupt at a session of D.A.W.G.S. at Geyers United Methodist Church. Children and youths from age 3 through middle school are invited to this year’s season, which will start on Sept. 26. Readers with questions may contact Kathy Menear at 717930-4454 or karenkathy@ comcast.net.
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Middletown Suffers Surprise Loss to McDevitt by Eric Stark
The Middletown football team has enjoyed historic success the last two seasons, racking up a ridiculous 28-2 mark during that time. But for all the success the Blue Raiders have enjoyed, they found themselves on the opposite side of things last Friday as Bishop McDevitt handed Middletown their first regular season loss in nearly three years. The 40-14 defeat at the hands of the Crusaders not only dropped Middletown from the ranks of the unbeaten this season it was their first regular season loss since October 30th, 2015 when they dropped a 19-18 a nail-bitter to SteelHigh. McDevitt used their high-power aerial attack, led by Chase Diehl, Nazir Burnett and T’nyis Photo by Don Scanlin Photo by Don Scanlin Becker, and a stifling defense Middletown’s Matthew Lugo sets up to block Middletown’s Richard Sykes runs off a block by Jose to cruise to the 26-point Bishop McDevitt’s Karson Martz during a non- Opez-Quinones during last Friday’s nonleague meeting with Bishop McDevitt. victory at War Memorial league matchup in Middletown last Friday. Field. Diehl, the senior signal caller, finished with six TDs to go with his Crusaders open a 33-7 lead. Richie catches for 160 yards, collected his opening win against Tulpehocken. 455 yards passing while the Crusader Sykes accounted for the Middletown only score via an 83 hook-up that The Lady Raider offense struggled defense held Middletown’s vaunted score, hauling in a 34-yard strike from made it 19-7 late in the first quarter. against McDevitt and West Perry, rushing attack to just 87 yards with Scott Ash that briefly knotted the The final points of the opening half suffering shutout losses in both stud back Jose Lopez limited to game at 7-7. Sykes added three more came when Julian Jordan made his affairs, 2-0 to the Lady Crusaders on 59 yards on 20 carries. catches in the game, finishing with only catch of the game, a 74-yard TD September 4th and 3-0 to the Lady Burnett was Diehl’s favorite target 68 yards and that first quarter score to with 34-seconds remaining before Mustangs on the 8th. Amanda Lee with the Syracuse commit snagging front the Blue Raiders’ offense. intermission. was in goal for all three of those nine passes for 223 yards and four Bishop McDevitt’s other two first Middletown’s second half touch- games finishing with two saves in scores. Three of those TD grabs came half scores were of the big play down was also via a big play with the Tulpehocken win, six against during the first half and helped the variety. Becker, who finished with five Christopher Joseph on the receiving Bishop McDevitt and three against end of Ash’s second TD pass of West Perry. the game. This one covered 63 yards The offense returned on Saturday, early in the third stanza and made it a September 8th, scoring three goals, 33-14 game. McDevitt countered with but the Lady Raiders still took a loss as one last strike from Diehl and Burnett Susquehanna Township managed to to set the final at 40-14. go one better, picking up a 4-3 win. 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The mini-slump started with a 2-0 loss to West Perry on the 6th and continued with a 2-1 overtime loss to Susquehanna Township on the 8th. Garza accounted for the lone goal against Susquehanna Township, netting another penalty kick score, this one coming in the 66th minute and countering the Indian’s early goal. The game remained deadlocked until the 89th minute when Township’s Duncan Andrew converted a penalty kick of his own to hand
Middletown the loss. FIELD HOCKEY Mother Nature conspired to delay the start of the field hockey season for Middletown, pushing what was supposed to be the Lady Raiders’ opener against Eastern York on August 31st to a to be determined future date. Once the Lady Raiders did finally get their season underway they founded themselves on the wrong end of two shutout losses. The first, an 8-0 final, came on September 5th to Camp Hill
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COMMUNITYCOURIER - Middletown Edition with a 5-0 loss to Northern York following one day later. CROSS COUNTRY The cross-country team kicked off their 2018 campaign on September 4th with a trip to Trinity to battle the host Shamrocks as well as Northern York. The trip resulted in two losses for the boys’ team, 17-43 to Northern and 26-29 to Trinity, while the Lady Raiders came home with two no decisions as they are a few runners short of fielding a full team. Will Brown led the way for the boy’s team, clocking a 20:18 with Angie Hernandez taking the lead for the girl’s team thanks to her 25:34. Zach Malay (20:26) and Tanner Albright (20:58) both cracked the 21-minute mark while Kenny Britcher (21:01) just missed joining them. Jacob Buffington completed Middletown’s top five by finishing with a 22:06. Casey Eckert was the second Lady Raider to finish, turning in a 30:02. Bankshita Devkota was the last of the three girl’s runner, finishing with a time of 49:25 thanks to a wrong turn on the course. GOLF The two-member golf team is halfway through their regular season, having hit the links four times. With only two members, the Blue Raiders do not qualify for the team competition so Cole Grabuloff and Justin Yohn compete for postseason berths on their own. Grabuloff kicked off the season on August 16th with a round of 83 on Middletown’s home course. Yohn finished that same round at Sunset with a 105. The pair’s next round came at Mayapple Golf Club on August 20th. Grabuloff was able to remain in double digits with a round of 96 but Yohn was not as fortunate, finishing with a 108. Next up was a trip to West Shore Country Club on August 27th where Grabuloff finished sixth with a score of 86. This time Yohn was able to break into double digits with a round of 99. Middletown’s final match of August sent Grabuloff and Yohn to Royal Oaks Golf Cub where Grabuloff posted a round of 89, good enough for 15th on the day. Yohn finished his day with a 109. TENNIS The girl’s tennis team braved the heat last week for two matches, splitting the pair to sit at 1-5 on the year. The Lady Raiders nipped Susquehanna Township, 3-2, on Tuesday by winning two of the three singles matches. Mahnoor Azim grabbed one of those wins at number one singles. Angie Torres claimed the other singles win, taking out Justice Rooney in straight sets at number three singles. Middletown’s third win came at number one doubles where Aayushi Patel and Cassidy Anderson teamed up to top Taryn Woodson and Avani Patel, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4. The Lady Raiders had their second match of the week, a September 6th tilt opposite Camp Hill, called due to rain with the Lady Lions leading 4-0.
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The Raiders’ Lamar Ventura drops Bishop McDevitt’s T’nyis Becker for a loss during last Friday’s nonleague contest in Middletown.
Middletown’s victory over Susquehanna Township was not only their first but it broke a string of four straight 5-0 losses to open the season. Those losses were to East Pennsboro, Trinity, James Buchanan and Bishop McDevitt. VOLLEYBALL The girls’ volleyball team enjoyed a stellar start to their regular season with wins over Harrisburg and Milton Hershey. On September 4th the Lady Raiders swept Harrisburg with the work of Cassie Ebersole, Alexis Harmon and Hannah Wilsbach leading to wins of 25-9, 25-23 and 25-9. “Our girls didn’t stay as focused as they should have in game two,” said head coach Lisa Huber of the closer than expected second game. “Harrisburg started to get some momentum and made some big plays defensively to catch us off guard.” Ebersole finished with seven kills and two aces while Harmon added five aces and seven digs to her five kills. Wilsbach chipped in with10 digs and one ace. Another lapse of focus forced Middletown into a five-game nail biter with Milton Hershey two
days later. After winning the opening game 25-18 the Lady Raiders dropped two straight, 25-17, 25-11. “We struggled with staying focused in games two and three and gave Milton Hershey the opportunity to gain some momentum,” said Huber, “Once the girls settled in and started passing/hitting in game four, the momentum started to shift.” That momentum shift allowed the Lady Raiders to stave off the loss with a 25-18 game four win before closing out the victory with a 15-11 game five win. Carly Dupes and Alex Kennedy posted a team high five kills apiece with Kennedy adding one block and Dupes two aces. Ebersole chipped in with four kills and three aces while Lani Moore finished with three kills and a team high four aces.
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Hours: Mon-Wed 8:00-6:00; Thur-Fri 8:00-8:00; Sat 8:00-5:00 Marly Fox hustles to take control of the ball for the Blue Raiders during their Hayli Akakpo-Martin advances the ball for the Blue Raiders during their Capital Division Capital Division meeting with visiting battle with Bishop McDevitt last Tuesday in Middletown. Bishop McDevitt last Tuesday.
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Jeff’s 2nd Chance 25s Game
To Benefit Jeff Shank, who is battling Stage 4 Cancer 100% of proceeds will benefit Jeff ND
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 2655 Foxianna Road, Middletown Kitchen Open for food purchases
Prizes: Meat Bundles & Longaberger® Baskets
Doors Open 2:30 P.M. | Bingo Starts 4:00 P.M. Londonderry Fire Company
in advance For Tickets, contact the following… Tina 717.808.0173 Dave 717.344.2480 Mike 717.826.7209 Karen 717.826.7241
Event To Address Opioid Addiction
SafePlaces Retreat Planned
St. Paul Lutheran Church, 530 Bridge St., New Cumberland, will host a Night of Hope on Saturday, Sept. 15. The community event will focus on equipping caring communities to address opioid addiction. The event will begin at 5 p.m. with a free community dinner and a keynote address by Dr. Dean Ruble, an addiction specialist and internal medicine physician. The keynote address will be followed by a showing of the Academy Award-nominated documentary “Heroin(e)” and small group discussions led by experts in addressing various aspects of widespread opioid addiction. Participants will seek to identify concrete steps that may be taken to help communities respond to
Samaritan Counseling Center’s Connecting Through Nature: A Retreat for Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse will be held on Saturday, Sept. 22, from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Gretna Glen Retreat Center in Lebanon. Trauma-trained therapist Lisa Hanna Witmer will facilitate the retreat. Participants will be invited to explore nature’s lessons on healing trauma. The event will include time for connecting, learning, and restorative practices through art, music, and writing. SafePlaces program works
the problem. The discussion leaders will include Ruble; Kristin Varner of the Rase Project, an organization that assists people in recovery with addiction and mental health issues; Lynn Shiner, an author and survivor of domestic abuse; Lisa Zoll, a clinical psychiatric specialist who, with Shiner, co-authored a book on a new approach to dealing with grief; Carrie Lapp, an addiction mental health registered nurse; the Rev. Jennifer Hope-Tringali, evangelical mission director for the Lower Susquehanna Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America; and Angela Cook, a recovery advocate. Additionally, New Cumberland Mayor Doug Morrow will be on hand to share information about the borough’s opioid task force, and representatives of agencies will share resource information. All are welcome. No registration is required.
Computer Decluttering Program Set
October 21 4 p.m.
East Shore Area Library, 4501 Ethel St., Harrisburg, will offer “Files Management on Your Computer” on Friday, Sept. 14, at 11 a.m. The program is designed for adults. Attendees will learn techniques for saving, organizing, and finding the files on their personal computer. Participants may bring their own laptop or borrow one of the library’s laptops. Space is limited. To register, readers may call 717-6529380, ext. 1045, or visit www.dcls.org/adultevents.
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Live-Fire Exercises Scheduled Fort Indiantown Gap recently announced training that is expected to result in increased noise levels as a courtesy to nearby residents. The training schedule is subject to change based on the military training mission. The installation is scheduled to host mortar and demolitions training during the month of September between 8 a.m. and 11 p.m. Demolitions training will occur on Wednesday, Sept. 19. Fort Indiantown Gap is a livefire, maneuver military training facility. It serves as headquarters
to the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs and Pennsylvania National Guard and offers more than 17,000 acres and 140 training areas and facilities for year-round training. To learn more about Fort Indiantown Gap, readers may visit www.ftig.png.pa.gov or search for “Fort Indiantown Gap” on Facebook. Individuals may call the installation’s community information line at 717-861-2007 to hear a recorded message with dates and times of community activities and training events.
Gaelic Singer from pg 1 virtuoso Nicola Benedetti and acclaimed singers Aled Jones, James Taylor, and Mary Chapin Carpenter. She has collaborated with Québécois band Le Vent du Nord, Galician singer Rosa Cedrón, Welsh singer Julie Murphy, and Irish singer and musician Muireann Nic Amhlaoinh. Fowlis also deepens her knowledge of Highland and
Therapy Dog from pg 1 Tulip, therapy dog and official greeter to everyone arriving at a local therapeutic riding program, is currently facing her own physical challenges. Capital Area Therapeutic Riding Association (CATRA) in Grantville has been home to Tulip for nearly nine years. CATRA offers therapeutic riding for special needs children, adolescents and adults. Tulip is not only CATRA’s official greeter, she is also an integral part of the stable’s Paws-NRead program, which offers young readers the comfort of an unbiased listener as they read aloud. In late May, Tulip, a tri-color
with six to 10 congregations each year to help equip all adults to protect children and teens from sexual abuse, not only in our churches, but also in the communities. A core aspect of SafeChurch is lifting up and empowering adult survivors of sexual abuse in faith communities. There is a cost to attend, and registration is required. To register, readers may contact Lizz Durbin at 717-560-9969, ext. 254, or visit http://scclanc. org/safechurch/; select Workshops, Retreats, and Circles; and choose 2018 Survivors Retreat.
Pembroke Welsh Corgi, suffered a fractured pelvis and displaced right leg when trapped beneath the wheels of a vehicle at the stable. Dr. Marcus Bradbury of Hope Veterinary Specialists in Malvern reattached Tulip’s right leg to her pelvis with two pins the day after her accident. Dr. Kathryn Poteet, of Animal Health Care Center of Hershey, managed Tulip’s recovery through the summer, and Tulip recently began a rehabilitation program at Dauphin Animal Hospital to correct nerve damage that causes her to drag her right leg. Dr. Jennifer Fletcher is supervising Tulip’s
Gaelic culture, tradition, and history through continued research and academic projects. Separate ticket prices have been set for general admission, for SFMS members, and for students through age 22. Advance tickets are available through BrownPaperTickets.com or by calling 800-838-3006. For more information, readers may visit www.sfmsfolk.org. rehabilitation, which includes laser treatments and aqua treadmill sessions. Fletcher predicts that Tulip will walk and run without assistance by the end of her six-week program. CATRA’s goal is for Tulip to return to the stable as fall riding lessons begin. Volunteers have organized fundraisers throughout the summer to support Tulip’s recovery. For information on making donations towards Tulip’s recovery efforts, readers may visit www.CATRA.net. Pictured on front: Tulip, a therapy dog at Capital Area Therapeutic Riding Association, wears goggles before laser treatment at Dauphin Animal Hospital.
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1620 CT. EZ PEEL
EXTRA JUMBO SHRIMP
SOLD IN 2 LB .BAGS $15.98
SAVE $1.50 lb. FRESH
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SAVE 79 18.520.1 OZ. ASST. VARIETIES
TONY’S FROZEN PIZZAS
GAZEBO ROOM DRESSING
ANGUS BONELESS STEAKHOUSE SIRLOIN STEAKS
MUST BUY 10 LB.
40 LB. C ASE
BONELESS CENTER CUT CHUCK ROASTS
MARYLAND STEAMED #1 CRABS
FRESH CENTER CUT
PORK LOIN CHOPS & RIB CHOPS REGULAR, THICK, THIN CUT
CHICKEN LEG QUARTERS
MUST BUY 10 LB.
CHILEAN SALMON FILET PORTIONS
23 LB. 6.99 LB. AVG. PACK
BONELESS PORK RIBS
LB. MUST BUY 5 LB
CUSTOM CUT FREE
FROZEN 6 OZ. AVG SIZE
FRESH WHOLE 20 LB. AVG.
BONEIN PORK LOINS
USDA CHOICE WHOLE 4 LB. AVG.
ANGUS TENDERLOIN BUTTS
MAX SAVER’S Hottest DEALS AT KARNS
921 OZ. EXCLUDING BAGGED DONUTS
2/$ DEBIT CARDS & EBT CARDS
12 OZ./12 PK. 12 OZ./8PK.
PEPSI FRIDGE PACKS, PET BOTTLES
MUST BUY 4 OR MORE SINGLES 3.69 EA.
MARTIN’S CHEESE CURLS & TORTILLAS
YOU PAY 4.49 FOR 2
7 DAYS A WEEK
BUY 1 GET 1
FREE AD SALE DATES
BUY 1 GET 1
20 OZ. PLAIN, SEEDED & WHEAT
MAIER’S ITALIAN BREAD
YOU PAY 3.99 FOR 2
TUES. SEPT 11
WED. SEPT 12
THURS. SEPT 13
BUY 1 GET 1
UGLIES POTATO CHIPS
YOU PAY 2.99 FOR 2
¢ ea. 9 4 E V A S
LESSER VALUE ITEM FREE
BUY 1 GET 1
SAVE! ENTENMANN’S DONUTS
MIX & ! MATCH
¢ ea. 9 9 E V A S
16 OZ. ASST. VARIETIES
ESSENTIAL EVERYDAY LARGE WHITE EGGS
48 OZ. ASST. VARIETIES EXCLUDES ALL NATURAL
FRI. SEPT 14
SAT. SEPT 15
TURKEY HILL PREMIUM ICE CREAM SUN. SEPT 16
MON. SEPT 17
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3 LB. BAG
MUST BUY 5 LB.
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3140 CT. EZ PEEL
SOLD IN 2 LB. BAGS $13.98
16 OZ. OCEAN CROWN PASTEURIZED
LUMP lb. CRABMEAT
BULK ALL PORK SAUSAGE COUNTRY MIX & MATCH SAUSAGE
15 2.99 2.49
PREMIUM BARRAMUNDI FILLETS
FROZEN 8.99 THAWED 9.99
2630 CT. COOKED P&D
2125 CT. EZ PEEL WILD CAUGHT
EXTRA LARGE SHRIMP
JUMBO PINK SHRIMP
SOLD IN 2 LB. BAGS $17.98
2 LB. LIVE
MUSSELS PEI U/15 CT EZ PEEL COLASSAL PINK SHRIMP 2LB. BAG 23.98
SOLD IN 2 LB. BAGS $15.98
CHESAPEAKE SHELL OYSTERS GREAT GRILLED!
11.99 3.29 LB.
SNOW CRAB LEG CLUSTERS
8 OZ. CHESAPEAKE SELECT OYSTERS
CRAB CAKES SHRIMP CAKES LOBSTER CAKES
MARYLAND STEAMED #1 CRABS
16 OZ. PREMIUM BAY COLONY PASTEURIZED CLAW CRABMEAT
16 OZ. CHESAPEAKE SWEET FRESH LUMP CRABMEAT
2/ 5 $
PREMIUM NORWEGIAN 3 LB. AVG. FEOZEN EA.
3 LB. BAGS BREADED HADDOCK FILLETS
16 OZ. WHOLEY
FRESH CHILEAN EA.
MAHI MAHI FILLETS
GREEN GIANT VALLEY FRESH STEAMER VEGETABLES
• 15.2-15.5 oz. Frosted Mini Wheats • 13.5-18.74 oz. Raisin Bran • 18 oz. Corn Flakes • 12 oz. Crispix Cereal
2/ 3 $
1218.74 OZ. SELECTED
2/ 5 $
7.916 OZ. SIMPLE & WHOLESOME, 612 CT. INSTANT
HUNT’S BBQ SAUCE
V8 SPLASH DRINKS
KRAFT BBQ SAUCE
4/ 5 $
PACE TACO COMPLETE KITS
5 LB. MINI CORN DOGS
FROZEN CHICKEN 5 LB. COOKED CHICKEN • 4 LB. RAW TENDERS BREAST • 5 LB. RAW FILLETS CHUNKS • 5 LB. RAW SPICY FILLETS YOUR CHOICE FULLY COOKED • 5 LB. TENDERS • 5 LB. NUGGETS • 5 LB. MEATBALLS PACK
CHOCK FULL O NUTS & KAUAI COFFEE
4 LB. RAW
2/ 4 $
NATURE’S OWN BUTTER BREAD
QUAKER CHEWY GRANOLA BARS
YOU PAY 3.49 FOR 2
SEEDS OF CHANGE SIMMERING SAUCES & ORGANIC RICE
3.54 OZ. ORGANICS STAGE 2 & TOTS MIGHTY 4
CHOCK FULL O NUTS COFFEE
SWANSON CHUNK WHITE CHICKEN
33.8 OZ. 16.9 OZ./8 PK.
2/ 5 $
DEER PARK SPARKLING WATER
PLUM BABY FOOD
BUY 1 GET 1
20 OZ. 17.518 OZ.
FRESH OCTOBERWURST PHILLY CHICKEN CHEESE STEAK SAUSAGE PORK SAUSAGE
3.84.2 OZ./12 CT.
15.1215.26 OZ. 18 OZ.
FLAVOR OF THE WEEK
OVER 3,000 ITEMS ON SALE
KRAFT DELUXE/ VELVEETA MAC & CHEESE DINNERS
FLAVOR OF THE WEEK
GREAT FISH CO. 3 LB. BAG FROZEN TILAPIA FILLETS
3 OZ. NORWEGIAN
FROZEN 6.99 THAWED 7.99
ALDA 5 LB. FROZEN
24 15.99 22.99 4.99 4.29 25.99 2.99
MARTIN’S POTATO BREAD
KING CRAB LEGS
Max Savings 1820 OZ. INCLUDING WHOLE WHEAT
BUY THE BUSHEL
FRESH JUMBO DRY 1020 CT.
16 OZ. WHOLEY
CHICKEN SAUSAGE LINKS
CAMPBELL’S SAUCES & CAMPBELL’S, PACE OR PREGO $ READY MEALS
16.9 OZ./6 PK. BTLS. 8.45 OZ./10 PK. SLIM CANS
DEER PARK SPRING & SPARKLING WATER
4/ 3 $
BUY $25.00 OF J.M. SMUCKER PARTICIPATING PRODUCTS SAVE $10.00 INSTANTLY AT CHECKOUT
PERRIER SPARKLING WATER
PILLSBURY CAKE MIX, BROWNIE MIX & FROSTINGS
4/ 5 $
HUNGRY JACK PANCAKE MIX
2/ 4 $
HUNGRY JACK SYRUP
2/ 5 $
JIF POWER UPS GRANOLA BARS OR CLUSTERS
2/ 5 $
2/ 5 $
2532 OZ. 24.230.5 OZ.
FOLGER’S DECAF COFFEE
33.15 LB. 3.5 LB.
KIBBLES ‘N BITS DRY DOG FOOD
BANQUET FROZEN MEALS & POT PIES
HUNTS SPAGHETTI SAUCE
MEOW MIX & 9 LIVES DRY CAT FOOD
3.7 OZ./10 CT.
DUNKIN DONUTS K CUP COFFEE
JIF PEANUT BUTTER
2/ 7 $
3.23.36 OZ. SAUSAGE OR CHICKEN
BANQUET BREAKFAST SANDWICHES
DOLLAR $ 1 DEALS!
13 OZ./4 PK.
HUNT’S SNACK PACK PUDDING OR GELATIN
MILKBONE DOG BISCUITS
2/ 6 $
CRISCO OIL & COOKING SPRAY
VIVA PAPER TOWELS
SCOTT BATH TISSUE
15.425 LB. REG. & TRIPLE ACTION
32 CT. POWER PAKS 61.2575 OZ. LIQUID
ARM & HAMMER LAUNDRY DETERGENT
PALMOLIVE ULTRA DISH DETERGENT
2/ 6 PAPER TOWELS 4.99 $
2/ 5 $
6 MEGA ROLLS
FRESH STEP CAT LITTER
22.724.1 OZ. 44.5 OZ./90 CT.
CHEF BOYARDEE CANNED PASTA & MICROWAVE BOWL PASTA
COTTONELLE BATH TISSUE
MILO’S KITCHEN & PUPPERONI DOG TREATS
SMUCKER’S STRAWBERRY JAM OR NATURAL SPREAD
168 CT. WIPES, 6 MEGA & 12 DBL. ROLLS
TOTINO’S PIZZA ROLLS
KRAFT “O” THAT’S GOOD PIZZA
2/ 10 $
RED BARON SINGLES
3/ 10 $
HUNTS CANNED TOMATOES
ROTEL DICED TOMATOES
MAMA ROSIE’S FROZEN POTATO GNOCCHI
24 OZ. SPINACH & CHEESE OR MINI
MAMA ROSIE’S FROZEN RAVIOLI
PREGO PASTA SAUCE & PIZZA SAUCE
CHEF BOYARDEE THROWBACK RECIPE CANNED PASTA
24 OZ. 14.5 OZ.
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Fall Freezer 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 5 LB. CHICKEN THIGHS OR DRUMSTICKS 3 LB. CENTER CUT BONELESS PORK CHOPS 3 LB. HAM SLICES 3 LB. USDA CHOICE BONELESS BOTTOM ROUND ROAST
8 LB. AVERAGE
FRESH CENTER CUT
STUFFED PORK CHOPS
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SOLD FROZEN ONLY
PORK BUTT ROASTS 2 LB.
KARNS MULTI GRAIN BREAD KARNS 2 PK. APPLE CINNAMON MUFFINS
KARNS 6 PK. PUMPKIN RAISIN COOKIES KARNS APPLE BAKED OATMEAL
KARNS 2 PK. PUMPKIN WHOOPIE PIES
329 429 2/$5
BONE IN PORK RIBS
SILVER FLOSS SAUERKRAUT
1.5 LB. JOHN F. MARTIN BABY BACK RIBS IN SAUCE
WILD HARVEST ORGANIC GRAHAM CRACKERS
5.3 OZ. ASST. VARIETIES
YOPLAIT FRUIT SIDE YOGURT
LONDON BROILS STEAKS
BONELESS NEW YORK STRIP STEAKS
BULK BEEF SIRLOIN TIP SANDWICH STEAKS
68 CT. ASST. VARIETIES INCLUDING TAILGATER BRATS
BALL PARK ROLLS
77.75 OZ. ASST. VARIETIES
UTZ HUNGRY SIZE CHIPS
SUAVE BODY WASH 14 CT.
2/ 3 $
DREAMBONES BUTCHER CUT PET TREATS
BONELESS SKINLESS FROZEN STUFFED TURKEY BREASTS LB. BREASTS
SHADY BROOK FARMS 1014 LB. SIZE ONLY
KARNS FROZEN 2LB. BOX CHOPPED STEAK PATTIES
PILGRIMS PRIDE 1.75 LB. BREADED CHICKEN NUGGETS
FRESH PERDUE BONELESS SKINLESS
WHOLE FROZEN TURKEY
PILGRIMS PRIDE 3 LBS. BLAZIN WINGS
2/ 6 $
TURKEY HILL ICE CREAM SANDWICHES &
PACE SALSA, DIP, QUESO & PICANTE SAUCE
NO ANTIBIOTICS EVER PILGRIMS PRIDE 4 LBS. WING DINGS
PILGRIMS PRIDE 2 LBS. SOUTHERN STYLE CHICKEN STRIPS
LAND O LAKES FRENCH ONION DIP
18.4 OZ./4 CT.
19.6 OZ. ASST. VARIETIES
2/ 5 $
PEPPERIDGE FARMS LAYER CAKE &
12.5 OZ. CHERRY OR APPLE
14 OZ. MULTIGRAIN OR FRENCH
2/ 5 $
PEPPERIDGE FARMS STONE BAKED ROLLS
2/ 5 $
PEPPERIDGE FARMS GARLIC BREAD $ & TEXAS TOAST
SKIM PLUS MILK
2/ 7 $
FRIGO STRING CHEESE
10.512 OZ. ASST. VARIETIES 912 OZ. TURKEY HILL DECADENT 910 OZ. ASST. VARIETIES HEALTHY CHOICE SIMPLY HEALTHY CHOICE FROZEN HEALTHY CHOICE DELIGHTS PARFAITS POWER & ICE CREAM $ DINNERS & 4/$ $ STEAMERS ENTREES CAFE STEAMERS BOWLS BARS
66.5 OZ. AEROSOL ASST. VARIETIES
11 OZ. ASST. VARIETIES
7.411.88 OZ. ASST. VARIETIES
REDDIWIP WHIPPPED TOPPING
TURKEY HILL ALL NATURAL ICE CREAM
PF CHANGS SINGLE SERVE NOODLE BOWLS
BANQUET CLASSIC FROZEN MEALS
2/ 7 $
9.516 OZ. ASST. VARIETIES
BIRDS EYE STEAM FRESH FROZEN VEGETABLES
2/$4 2/ 7 4/ 5 BEVERAGES
MIX & MATCH!
2.33 OZ. SELECTED
MENNEN SPEEDSTICK & LADY SPEED STICK
24 OZ./6 CT.
SARGENTO OFF THE BLOCK OR ARTISAN SHREDDED CHEESE
PERSONAL 15 OZ. SELECTED
TENDER LOIN STEAKS
FRESH CERTIFIED ANGUS BEEF CHOPPED STEAK MUST BUY 5 LBS.
MUST BUY 10 LB.
USDA CHOICE ANGUS BONELESS
USDA PRIME BONELESS TOP ROUND
USDA PRIME BONELESS NEW YORK STRIP STEAKS
58 OZ. ASST. VARIETIES
12 LB. AVG. CUT FREE
BONELESS NEW YORK STRIP STEAKS
KARNS DOUBLE SMOKED SLICED BACON
GALBANI STRING CHEESE AROOGAS WING SAUCES
NOTHING BEATS A Tailgate!
12 OZ. ASST. VARIETIES
MUST BUY 10 LB.
BONELESS SKINLESS BREASTS
2.99 1.99 8.99 4.99 12.99 3.99 5.49 10.00 3.99 11.99 14.99 7.99
MUST BUY 5 LB.
15 OZ. ASST. VARIETIES
Custom Cake Decorating
KARNS 9” CARAMEL APPLE PIE
BABY BACK PORK RIBS
BAKERY -HSS Y L K U V > ;YLH[Z
FRESH EXTRA LEAN
FRESH SUPER TRIMMED
USDA WHOLE CHOICE
great on the smoker
40 LB. C ASE
FRESH WHOLE BONELESS
Premium Tailgaters MEAT BUNDLE
CUSTOM CUT FREE
4 1” THICK CHOICE NEW YORK STRIP STEAKS 2 LB. BAG 26/30CT. EZ PEEL EXTRA LARGE SHRIMP 3 LB. BONELESS CHICKEN TENDERS 1.5 LB. FULLY COOKED MARTINS BABY BACK PORK RIBS 3 LB. KESSLERS SMOKED OR HOT SMOKED SAUSAGES 3 LB. HATFIELD JUMBO MEAT FRANKS
SAVE $1.10 LB.
SAVE $1.20 LB.
2/ 4 4.99 $
EBT & SNAP ACCEPTED
TOSTITOS FAMILY SIZE TORTILLA CHIPS, XL SALSA, XL CANTINA CHIPS
2/ 6 $
615.25 ASST. VARIETIES
OREO COOKIES & THIN BITES
2/ 6 $
HERR’S POTATO CHIPS
PEPPERIDGE FARMS WHOLE GRAIN 2324 OZ. & LIGHT $ UTZ BARREL BREADS SNACKS
SNYDER’S OF HANOVER PIECES, TWISTS & $ SANDWICHES
2/ 5 $
16.9 OZ./6 PK. 1/2 LITERS
COKE & DASANI
HERR’S BARREL SNACKS
12 OZ./24 PK.
16.9 OZ./6 PK. 1/2 LITER
2 LITER INCLUDING FLAVORS
SNAPPLE TEA & DRINKS
2.49 $ 3/6.99 5
SAVE $1.60 LB.
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F R E S H PRO DU C E
XLARGE BLACK PLUMS
3/ 5 $
STAR RUBY GRAPEFRUIT
NAVAL ORANGES DOLE GOLD PINEAPPLES
ADAMS COUNTY HONEYCRISP APPLES
6 OZ. PKG. LB.
GOURMET CREAMER POTATOES
GREEN ACORN BUTTERNUT SPAGHETTI
8 OZ. EAT SMART
SNOW PEAS & SUGAR SNAP PEAS
1416 OZ. BAG ASST.
EAT SMART TIME SAVERS
“C” SIZE LB.
ADAMS CO. BARTLETT PEARS
1 LB. PKG. RED & WHITE
ORGANIC SEEDLESS GRAPES LB.
3 CT. BAG
8 OZ. ORGANIC
12 OZ. PKG. ORGANIC
ROMA PLUM TOMATOES
RED, YELLOW, ORANGE
lb. MEDIUM PEPPERS
57 OZ. BAG SPRING MIX, BABY SPINACH, 50/50 MIXED GREENS, SPINACH & ARUGULA, BABY KALE MIX, SWEET & CRUNCHY, TENDER GARDEN MIX, VEGGIE SPRING MIX
FRESH EXPRESS SALADS 7.810.8 OZ. ASST.
GREEN GIANT MEAL BOWLS
READY PAC BISTRO BOWL SALADS
1.29 FALL MUMS $5 ROMAINE HEARTS Your LOCAL DELI EA.
3 CT. PKG.
LOCALLY GROWN 8” POT
2 CT. PKG. YELLOW & GREEN ZUCCHINI
ORGANIC GALA APPLES
WHOLE WHITE MUSHROOMS 1.99
ADAMS COUNTY GOLDEN SUPREME, GALA & FUJI APPLES
BROCCOLI lb. CROWNS
1.5 LB. BAG LITTLE POTATO CO.
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Chatter Hi, everyone! We are rolling right along into September, aren’t we? September is awesome, though. I already put up my pumpkins, leaves, and acorn décor. And I am burning my pumpkin- and cinnamon-scented candles. Hey, at least it is not my Christmas tree yet! Wonderful Advice A professor was giving a lecture to his students on stress management. He raised a glass of water and asked the audience, “How heavy do you think this glass of water is?” The students’ answers ranged from 1 ounce to 1 pound. “It does not matter on the absolute weight. It depends on how long you hold it. If I hold it for a minute, it is OK. If I hold it for an hour, I will have an ache in my right arm. If I hold it for a day, you will have to call an ambulance. It is the exact same weight, but the longer I hold it, the heavier it becomes.” If we carry our burdens all the time, sooner or later, we will not be able to carry on, the burden becoming increasingly heavier. What you have to do is to put the glass down, rest for a while before holding it up again. We have to put down the burden periodically, so that we can be refreshed and are able to carry on. So before you return home from work tonight, put the burden of work down. Don’t carry it back home. You can pick it up tomorrow. Whatever burdens you are having now on your shoulders, let it down for a moment if you can. Pick it up again later when you have rested. Rest and relax. Life is short. Enjoy it! This Week’s Poetry When I was young, my slippers were red, I could kick up my heels over my head. When I got older, my slippers were blue, But I still could dance the
Library Will Host Game Day Kline Library, 530 S. 29th St., Harrisburg, will host a Game Day on Saturday, Sept. 15, from noon to 4 p.m. Partcipants may play a favorite board game, a tabletop game or choose something completely new from the library’s collection. The featured game will be Ticket to Ride. The program is designed for adults. Registration is not required. To register or learn more, readers may visit www.dcls.org/adultevents or call 717652-9380, ext. 1045. The next Game Day will take place on Saturday, Dec. 1.
whole night thru. Now I am old, and my slippers are black, I walk to the corner and puff my way back. How do I know my youth has been spent? My get-up-and-go has got up and went! But I really don’t mind, as I think with a grin Of all the grand places my “get-up” has been. I get up each morning and dust off my wits, Pick up the paper and read the obits. If I find my name missing, I know I’m not dead, So I eat a good breakfast and go back to bed! Happy Birthdays First for this week, an extra special birthday wish goes out to my awesome little great-nephew Marquel Beasley of Royalton! His cake-day is Sept. 12. I hope you get some really cool presents on your special day, Marquel! Aunt Sissy and Uncle Kevin love you bunches! Happy birthday to Florence Laudermilch of Royalton! Her cake-day is Sept. 13. I hope your day is extra special like you, Florence! Happy birthday to Jodi Yohn Ray Walter of Middletown! Her cake-day is Sept. 14. I hope your day is as beautiful as you, Jodi! Let’s get together soon! Happy birthday to Joan Kasper of Middletown! Her cakeday is Sept. 14. If your day is half as wonderful as you, it will be a super day, Mrs. Kasper! Love you! Happy birthday Deb Cowan of Royalton! Her cake-day is Sept. 15. I hope your day is magnificent, Deb! Happy birthday to Carole Biesecker of Royalton! Her cakeday is Sept. 15. I hope your day is sweet like you, Carole! Happy birthday to Luann Lighty of Londonderry Township! Her cake-day is Sept. 15. I hope your day makes you feel like a queen, Luann! Happy birthday to Gordon Seiber of Lower Swatara Township! His cake-day is Sept. 15. I hope you and your beautiful wife have a great day of celebration, Gordie! Happy birthday to Zachary Cleland of Middletown! His cakeday is Sept. 15. I hope your day is a blast, Zac! Happy birthday to Melissa Barilla of Royalton! Her cake-day is Sept. 16. I hope your day is full of sunshine and happiness, Missy! Happy birthday to my handsome young cousin Adam Arnold of Middletown! His cake-day is Sept. 18. I hope your day makes you feel like a king, Adam! Hugs! Happy Anniversary This week’s anniversary wish
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goes out to ... me and my sweet husband! Kevin and Tonya Condran were married on Sept. 12, 2015, after many years of being together (he finally gave in!). So, happy anniversary to my sweet and handsome hubby! I pray for many more years of such a wonderful life with you! I love you, Kevin! Community Dinner A roast turkey dinner, including stuffing, mashed potatoes, peas, cranberry sauce, beverages and dessert, will be served on Monday, Sept. 17, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Evangelical United Methodist Church, 157 E. Water St., Middletown. Takeouts will be available, and there is a cost for each meal. For more information, readers may call 717-9446181. The church is handicapped accessible. Everyone is invited. Ice Cream Social The Royalton EMA will host the annual Ice Cream Social Car and Motorcycle Show on Sunday, Sept. 23, from 2 to 7 p.m. at Kiwanis Park, Route 441, Royalton. The community is invited to view cool cars and cycles and enjoy delicious ice cream and fun entertainment. Pipe Organ Duo The community is invited to a pipe organ performance by Allegro con Fuoco on Sunday, Sept. 30, at 3 p.m. in the sanctuary at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 121 N. Spring St., Middletown. Jordan Markham and Tyler Canonicot will present the concert. No tickets are required; however, a freewill offering will be received. Random Thought How is it that I always seem to buy the plants without the will to live? Recipe of the Week Best-Ever Apple Crisp Ingredients: Apple Mixture 10 cups Granny Smith apples, peeled, cored and sliced 1 cup brown sugar 1 tablespoon all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon Crisp Mixture 2 cup quick-cooking oats 2 cup all-purpose flour 2 cup packed brown sugar 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1 cup (2 sticks) butter (cubed while cold) Directions: 1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Prepare a 9-by-13-inch pan with baking spray or coating with butter. Apple Mixture 1. Place sliced apples in a bowl. Add brown sugar, flour, and cinnamon. Stir gently and make sure every piece of apple is covered in the sugar mixture. Set aside. Crisp Mixture 1. Combine the oats, flour, brown sugar, baking powder, and baking soda together. Add
in the cubed butter and use your hands to combine. You want the butter to be pea-sized and coated entirely. 2. Spread half over the bottom of your prepared pan and press flat. Pour the apple mixture over top and press down with rubber spatula. Pour remaining crisp mixture over top of the apples and bake uncovered at 375 degrees for 35-45 minutes. Fact of the Week When soda was first marketed and available, the bottles were sealed with a cork; the sound of the cork being removed is how soda came to be known as “pop.” Joke of the Week A nun is sitting with her Mother Superior chatting. “I used some horrible language this week and feel absolutely terrible about it.” “When did you use this awful language?” asks the elder. “Well, I was golfing and hit an incredible drive that looked like it was going to go over 280 yards, but it struck a phone line that is hanging over the fairway and fell straight down to the ground after going only about 100 yards.” “Is that when you swore?” “No, Mother,” says the nun. “After that, a squirrel ran out of the bushes and grabbed my ball in its mouth and began to run away.” “Is THAT when you swore?” asks the Mother Superior again. “Well, no,” says the nun. “You see, as the squirrel was running, an eagle came down out of the sky, grabbed the squirrel in his talons and began to fly away!” “Is THAT when you swore?” asks the amazed elder nun. “No, not yet. As the eagle carried the squirrel away in its claws, it flew near the green and the squirrel dropped my ball.” “Did you swear THEN?” asked Mother Superior, becoming impatient. “No, because the ball fell on a big rock, bounced over the sand trap, rolled onto the green, and stopped about six inches from the hole.” The two nuns were silent for a moment. Then Mother Superior sighed and said, “You missed the #*@%! putt, didn’t you?” Thank You Thanks to my mom Anna Pilsitz of Middletown for the poem! That is funny because it is pretty much true! Thanks to Thomas Menear of Middletown for the joke! Do you remember when you sent that joke to me, Tom? A LONG time ago! Food for Thought Forgiveness does not change the past, but it does enlarge the future. -Paul Boese Have a great week, everybody!
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Club Posts Three Creek Century The Harrisburg Bicycle Club’s Three Creek Century will be held on Sunday, Sept. 16, at the Penn Township Fire Department complex, 1750 Pine Road, Newville. Each year, the event attracts more than 500 riders from throughout Pennsylvania and other states. Participants will bicycle on quiet rural roads that wind through western Cumberland County. Routes of 25, 50, 75 or 100 miles will be available. The Cumberland Valley Rail Trail offers an option for riders looking for a scenic no-traffic ride. Participants will ride from Newville to the fully supplied rest stop at Shippensburg Township Park and back for a total of 18 miles. The registration fee will be discounted through Thursday,
Sept. 6. The fee includes a picnic lunch, rest stops, marked routes, cue sheets and support services. A discount will also be available to riders under 18 years of age. Preregistration is recommended, but on-site registrations are welcome. Complete registration details and additional event information is available at www.threecreekcentury.com. The Three Creek Century is now part of the Central Pennsylvania Bicycling Trifecta. The other portions of the Trifecta are the Penn State Chocolate Tour in Hershey and the Lancaster Bicycle Club’s Covered Bridge Classic. Riders who complete all three events will earn a prize. For more information about the Trifecta, readers may visit ww.threecreekcentury.com.
Salvation Army Receives Donation Kathy Anderson-Martin (back, third from right), Salvation Army Harrisburg Capital City Region director of philanthropy; students from the Salvation Army’s Summer Youth Enrichment Program; and Jennifer Doyle (front, far right), vice president of development and community investment for The Foundation for Enhancing Communities (TFEC), received a check for more than $5,452 from Team RWA members Ali (back, far left) and Patrick Bircher (back, second from left) and family, Andrew O’Gorman (back, fourth from left), and Ed O’Gorman (back, second from right). The funds were part of the proceeds from Harrisburg Hoopla, an event planned by a committee that includes Doyle and Dana Della Loggia (back, second from right). The recently donated funds will go toward the Salvation Army’s operating expenses. Harrisburg Hoopla is an event of the Emerging Philanthropists Program (EPP), a partnership between TFEC and Harrisburg Young Professionals (HYP). To learn more about the EPP, readers may visit www.tfec.org/epp. Details about Harrisburg Hoopla are available at www.facebook.com/HBGhoopla.
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The Penn State Extension’s Agronomic Pesticide Applicator’s School will be offered on Thursday, Sept. 20, at the Southeast Agricultural Research and Education Center, 1446 Auction Road, Manheim. Registration will begin at 8 a.m., the first breakout session will start at 8:30 a.m. and the last session will end at 3:30 p.m. Commercial or private pesticide applicators in need of continuing
education credits are invited to attend. Topics will include general pesticide safety and updates on current weed, insect and disease issues in Pennsylvania. Certified Crop Advisor CEUs and pesticide credits from Delaware and New Jersey have been approved for the meeting. Pennsylvania and West Virginia pesticide credits are pending. Each session will have a
separate sign-in sheet for Pennsylvania, Maryland, and CCA credits, so participants may attend as many sessions as they want. The fee includes a catered lunch. The registration deadline is Thursday, Sept. 13. For more information and to register, readers may visit http://extension.psu.edu/agro nomic-pesticide-applicator -school or call Penn State’s
Extension registration desk at 877-345-0691 from Mondays to Fridays between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. For more information about the event, readers may contact Liz Bosak at the Dauphin County Extension Office at 717-9218803 or the Perry County Extension Office at 717-582-5150. To arrange for accommodations, readers may call 717-921-8803.
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Hurshes Named To Dean’s List Lydia Hursh of Middletown and John Hursh of Middletown have been named to the 2018 dean’s list at Union College in Schenectady, N.Y. Lydia is a member of the Class of 2021, majoring in liberal arts. John is a member of the Class of 2021, majoring in music. Students with at least a 3.50 GPA for the entire academic year were included on the dean’s list.
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Thomas Receives Bachelor’s Degree Kelsey Thomas of Middletown earned a Bachelor of Science in business administration in management from Coastal Carolina University on Aug. 3 during the summer commencement ceremony. More than 380 students were eligible to participate in the university’s summer commencement program. Dr. Jen E. Boyle, an English professor and the 2018 HTC Distinguished Teacher-Scholar Lecturer, gave the commencement address, titled “Truth and Truth Telling.”
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The New Hope Church American Heritage Girls (AHG) troop visited the state Capitol on June 13 and met with Rep. Ron Marsico (far right).
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The County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania (CCAP) has honored several Pennsylvania county leaders and others who have enhanced the well-being of counties and residents. The awards were given at the organization’s 2018 annual conference in Adams County. CCAP’s Outstanding County Commissioner/Council Member of the Year Award was presented to Warren County’s Jeff Eggleston. Eggleston was acknowledged for his service and association participation which has contributed to the advancement of county government, including projects related to communications with townships and boroughs; the North/South Corridor Project with Chatauqua County, N.Y.; a recycling center that assists with inmate work release programs, and human services advancements. CCAP’s Outstanding Chief Clerk/Administrator Award was presented to Lawrence County’s Jim Gagliano Jr. for his service as county administrator since 2005, after serving as the county’s planning director. Gagliano has professionally and successfully met numerous challenges and currently serves as the executive director of the Redevelopment Authority, the Municipal Authority and the County Land Bank. The 2018 Outstanding Solicitor was given to Chester County’s Tom Whiteman for providing sound judgment with the best interests of the county and its residents in mind for more than 30
years. Whiteman has used his talents on significant projects such as the construction of a justice center and a state-of-the-art public safety training campus, as well as the purchase of an emergency radio system. CCAP’s Outstanding Affiliate of the Year Award was presented to two Pennsylvania Association of County Administrators of Mental Health and Developmental Services members, Don Clark of Allegheny County and Dan Eisenhauer of Dauphin County, for their efforts in creating new options for counties to work collaboratively with the commonwealth in developing an improved county based management structure for community intellectual disability services. The 2018 Friend of County Government Award, the highest honor CCAP bestows on a nonmember, was presented to Maryann Nardone. Nardone, recently retired project manager for the Pennsylvania Legislative Budget and Finance Committee, a joint research arm of the Pennsylvania General Assembly, received the award for continued commitment to the improvement of county government by assisting CCAP and its members while maintaining the highest ethical and moral standards. Most recently, her applied research into county property assessment practices and her participation on the Local Government Commission’s Assessment Reform Task Force led to development of comprehensive reports, legislation and
practice documents for counties. CCAP’s 2018 Excellence in Website Design Awards were given to Bedford County and Chester County. Both counties’ recent website enhancements led to accessible, modern designs, with increased functionality, highlights of county services and greater transparency to improve residents’ interactions with county government. President’s Awards were bestowed by CCAP president and Lancaster County commissioner Dennis Stuckey to CCAP leaders Doug Hill, executive director; Brinda Penyak, deputy director; and John Sallade, managing director of insurance programs. The award was presented to honor commitment to CCAP’s president and outstanding contributions leading to enhanced service to county residents. CCAP is a statewide nonprofit, nonpartisan association representing all 67 counties in Pennsylvania. CCAP members include county commissioners, council members, county executives, administrators, chief clerks and solicitors. CCAP seeks to strengthen counties’ abilities to govern their own affairs and improve the well-being and quality of life for every Pennsylvania resident. It advocates for favorable state and federal legislation, programs and policies on behalf of counties. For more information, readers may visit www.pacounties.org or CCAP’s Twitter page @PACountiesGR.
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Twenty-five teachers will receive $1,000 for supplies to help make their projects a reality. Each team will be judged on its project proposal, its school need, and potential overall impact. Through these competitive grants, teachers can receive $1,000 in funding for educational projects such as science fairs, energy conservation projects, renewable energy demonstrations, math competitions, and more. Last year, some of the projects that received funding ranged from
building solar-powered cars to developing a school makerspace, a collaborative work space where students can explore and share innovative ideas. The grants are open to K-12 teachers in school districts in the 29 Pennsylvania counties served by PPL. To be eligible for an Empowering Educators grant, teachers must submit a contest application online at www.pplempoweringeducators.com. Applications will be accepted online through Sunday, Sept. 30.
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AREAS LARGEST SELECTION of Wood winds/ Brass. Saxes, Flutes, Clarinets, Trumpets, others. We Buy/ Rent Horns! 717-475-7168 www.Davewilsonmusic.org
HUGE PIANO SALE
www.stevespianos.com More info: 717-575-0206, Paul
Pets 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 for sale. Ready 9-15-18. Choose from 8. Call 717-445-9762. $825. ACA MALE GOLDEN Retriever Puppies. Very friendly, family raised, 13 wks. $595/ea. 610-286-3655
COMPLETE COMPUTER SERVICE Virus Removal, Repairs, Networking, Tutor. 717-571-9219 FREE Online Diagnosis*
Furniture ANTIQUE VICTORIAN LOVE SEAT. Excellent condition. Mauve/green floral. Pictures available. $300.00 neg. 717945-8721
Lawn & Garden AFFORDABLE LANDSCAPING, BUSHES Trimmed, Trees Trimmed, Mulching, Weeding. Call Jeff 717-604-1306. Senior Discount ECONOMY FRIENDLY. Mott’s Lawncare & Landscapes, Inc offering Free estimates for 2018. Mow, mulch, clean-ups, shearing & more. Dave, 717-406-8152
ACA YELLOW LAB Puppies, Friendly & Fun, 2 Females, shots & wormed, Born 5/22/18, Ready now. $500. 717-687-9906 AKC GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS, shots, wormed, OFA certified. Exc. Hips. European bloodlines. Vet checked. $975. Call 717529-6213 AKC RED DOBERMAN female, 6 yr old, friendly, good manners, needs good home, first $200 takes 717-862-3631 AKC SIBERIAN Husky Pups, trraining started; Boxer Pups, all vet checked, friendly. $500 & up. 717-529-1141 ext 2
BERNESE MOUNTAIN PUPS, AKC, nice markings. 717-661-7947 GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES. Lots of black with tan. Ready NOW, wormed, vet checked. $350 717-682-3027 GERMAN SHEPHERD/COLLIE PUPS, farm raised, children loved, cute, very nice personality, vet chckd, shots, wormed, ready now, $395 717-871-0154
PUBLIC AUCTION • BRETHREN DISASTER RELIEF AUCTION •
GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPPIES, AKC, hip certified line, family raised, vet checked, shots, wormed, ready 9/11, $850. 717380-2273, Leola, PA
FRI. & SAT., SEPT. 21 & 22, 2018 9:00 A.M. LOCATION: Lebanon Valley Expo Center, 80 Rocherty Road, Lebanon, PA 17042
Heifers • Theme Baskets • Silent Auctions • Farmer’s Market • Share-A-Meal • Arts • Crafts • Artisan Alley • Blood Drive • Chicken Bar-b-Que Dinner • Breakfast • Quilts & Crafts - Coin - Pole Barn Children’s Auctions • Baked Goods • Car & Tractor Show • Chicken Pot Pie
ITALIAN MASTIFF PUPS, AKC Registered, Beautiful Colors. Must see. Serious Inquiries Only. 610-467-0831
LAB PUPPIES ACA,12 weeks old, Chocolate’s, $495; Black’s, $425. Call 717-656-3381 R017421
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MAINE COON KITTENS. CFA. Home Raised. Shots. Litter Trained. $600. 610-8699068
Sporting Goods GUN SHOW Sat SEPT 15, 8a-4p, Sun SEPT 16, 8a-3p Admission $5, Children 12 and under free. LITTLE EVERETTS SOCIAL HALL 12 ELM AVE GETTYSBURG PA 17325 (BONNEAUVILLE RT 116 EAST) . Tables $25/ table for both days & still available For info call Jim Adams 717-497-8584, email, firstname.lastname@example.org
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SEASONAL COAL/ WOOD/ PELLET Stoves and Inserts, New & Refurbished. Over 300 models in stock. $100-$800 & up. Buy/ Sell/ Trade. Call 717-577-6640
SNOW SUBCONTRACTORS WANTED Tractors, Skid Loader & Truck Plow for Lancaster County and surrounding areas. Call Judy 717-368-4109
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CDL TRUCK DRIVER- The Scotts Co Oxford, PA has Fulltime CDL, Class A Truck Driver Positions Available that include Benefits. To apply, go to https://careers.scotts.com Click on search jobs, type CDL in search box, complete your application.
COME JOIN OUR GROWING TEAM! The following employment opportunity is available at our Harrisburg location 7833 Linglestown Road, Exit 77 of I-81 Harrisburg, PA 17112 717-540-3850 Hiring Manager: John Quigley
$1,000 SIGN-ON BONUS FULL-TIME DIESEL TECHNICIANS 2 Positions: 2nd Shift., 3pm-11pm., Sun-Thurs and Tues-Sat Must have HS diploma or equivalent, min of 1yr of exp. working on medium or heavy-duty diesel equip, pass a DOT exam. Must be able to perform preventative maintenance on medium or heavy duty diesel engines, perform fuel, air, mechanical/electrical diagnostics and perform federal DOT inspections. We offer excellent benefits: 401(k), Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, Vacation, Sick & Holiday pay Learn more about this great opportunity and apply at: http://www.cumberlandtruck.com/more/ employment.aspx CTE is an equal opportunity employer. Veterans are encouraged to apply
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A&L TRIMMING, Interior Triming, Cabinet Installations, Install New Flooring 717-529-9017 Leave Message AFFORDABLE LANDSCAPING, BUSHES Trimmed, Trees Trimmed, Mulching, Weeding. Call Jeff 717-604-1306. Senior Discount
AMISH MOVING COMPANY Will move households (will go out of state). Fair prices for Clean Outs of Attics, Basements. 717-442-3301 ANDY’S DRYWALL Interior Remodeling, Hanging, Finishing, Framing, Painting, Basements, Additions, Textured Ceilings & Walls. Insured. PA 022669. 717-587-4102
STAY IN YOUR home longer with an American Standard Walk-In Bathtub. Receive up to $1,500 off, including a free toilet, and a lifetime warranty on the tub and installation! Call us at 1-855-534-6198 (NANI)
FOLTZ’S HANDROLLED SOFT PRETZELS. hiring for Saturdays Market, Middletown location. 717-940-9947
BRADY’S PAINTING WALLPAPERING SPECIALISTS. Res/Com. Painting, wood finishing, wallpaper, pressurewashing, custom deck, complete remodeling. Free est. Insured. Tim, 717-653-8586
STAY IN YOUR home longer with an American Standard Walk-in Bathtub. Receive up to $1,500 off, including a free toilet, and a lifetime warranty on the tub and installation! Call us at 1-844-374-0013
HELP WANTED! FT Entry Level Maintenance. Elizabethtown area. MUST have 4Wdrive truck. Plumbing & Elec. exp. + but not necessary. $11/hr, incl. Medical, cell & fuel. Fax resume: 717-840-3901or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
CLOCK DOCTOR All Fine Clocks Cleaned, Oiled, Repaired. We Make House Calls! Free Pick-Up & Delivery! Call: 717-768-3844
HANDYMAN SPECIALS! Abandoned mfg. homes 4sale in need of some TLC. Only $ 100-$1500! in lower Dauphin school dist. Call 717-367-1122 for details.
6’x12’ & up, starting at $40/mo Elizabethtown. 717-367-1438
CONCRETE: STAMP, DECORATIVE, Affordable prices. Free Estimates. Call 717-283-7764 or or www.bosscrete.net. ELECTRICAL: G. Law Electrical: Resid., Service Upgrades. Insured, Free Est. Reasonable. No Job Too Small. Greg, 717-938-6951, PA 031955 FLOODED BASEMENT? SAVE and Call when needed 717-361-0174 OR 717-598-8774 JACK’S PROFESSIONAL PAINTING. Ext/int. Powerwashing & deck treatment. No job to big or too small. 20yrs+ exp. 717-367-4231 READ YOUR AD THE FIRST WEEK IT APPEARS. This publication will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion of any advertisement.
PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD ONLINE AT WWW.EPCCLASSIFIEDS.COM Place a FREE 15-20 word ad in the next available issue to locate the owner of your found item. Call our Classified Dept. 1-800-428-4211
ITEMS WANTED AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS $$ PAYING CASH $$ for Classic & Collector Cars. 717-577-8206
ELIZABETHTOWN 2 BEDROOM, 1 1/2 bath townhouse, includes w/s/t and all appliances. No pets, No smoking. $810/mo. Call 717-367-6342
HOMESITES FOR YOUR MANUFACTURED HOME FOR RENT!
MARIETTA 1-2 BR GARDEN APTS includes Stove, Refrig, A/C, W/W, off-street prkng, $755-$815 + elec. 717-487-2440 2 BR TOWNHOUSES & GARDEN APTS. 2BR Garden Apts includes Stove, Refrig, A/C, W/W, off-street prkng, $795-$835 + elec., small pets. 717-604-4055
Looking for a nice place for your new or preowned home and family? 24 Hour on call service, professionally managed and maintained Communities that "Feel like Home". Available lots within Beautiful Communities in York, Dauphin, Cumberland, Lancaster, Luzerne and Perry Counties. Select communities are offering FREE RENT; 3 TO 12 MONTHS FREE! Call today for details! 717 730-4141
For Sale LOTS & ACREAGE. LENDER ORDERED LAND SALE- Upstate NY. 16 acresBank Repo- was 59,900 NOW $34,900; 21 acres- Huge views- was 79,900 NOW $59,900; 42 acres- Abuts State landwas 89,900 NOW 69,900; Ask about our 35 acres with private lake! Owner terms avail. Call 1-888-738-6994. NewYorkLandandLakes.com
PEQUEA MOBILE HOME Service, Remove Old Homes, Relocate, Skirting. Certified & Insured. 717-464-4461
AUTOS FOR SALE
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(WANTED) CARS/ TRUCKS WANTED!!! All makes/ models 2002-2018! Any condition. Running or not. Competitive offer! Free Towing! We’re Nationwide! Call Now: 1-888-368-1016
BRITISH MOTORCYCLES WANTED Triumph, Norton, BSA, etc., running or not. I pay more. 484-252-1708, anytime.
Find it in the
BRITISH MOTORCYCLES WANTED Triumph, Norton, BSA, etc., running or not. I pay more. 484-252-1708, anytime.
C LA SSIFIEDS CLASSIFIEDS ASSIFIEDS
CASH FOR YOUR UNWANTED CAR & TRUCK. Any condition. PA licensed & insured dealer. 717-838-4590 anytime.
SEAFORD, DELAWARE NEW MOVE-IN READY HOMES! Low Taxes! Close to Beaches, Gated, Olympic pool. Model Homes from the low 100’s. Brochures. 1-866-629-0770 or www.coolbranch.com
CLASSIC CARS WANTED Sports cars, Muscle cars, Classic cars, Pick-ups, etc. Jeff Gast 717-575-4561
REAL ESTATE EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY All real estate advertised in this publication is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act which makes it illegal to advertise a preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, ancestry, sex, national origin, handicap (physical or mental) or familial status (people with children) or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination. This publication will not knowingly accept any advertisement for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hearby informed that all dwellings advertised in this publication are required to be available on an equal opportunity basis. *NOTE TO OUR CUSTOMERS* When placing your real estate ad please describe the property only, not who you wish to occupy it.
S.U.V.'S 2005 JEEP GRAND Cherokee, 4 Dr, V8, Auto, PS, PB, PW. Clean, well maintained, clean title. $5750 obo. 717-201-1963.
AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES
BUY DIRECT Modulars - Doublewides - Singlewides Starting at $29,900. Our prices wont be beat We Move Mobiles, Buy Homes, Sell Parts. www.superiorhomes.com 717-875-1288
$100-$800 For Your Unwanted Junk Cars-Trucks- Vans- SUVs. Prompt, Honest Service. Call KZ 717-847-6083 PA0002
FOR SALE- MOVE IN READY. New Singlewide. 3BR, 2 BA in a park. 717-442-1149
$50-$1000 CASH PAID ON ALL VEHICLES Serving York & Lancaster. 24/7 service. Call anytime 717-515-2607
FOR SALE. MOVE IN READY. Multiple New Doublewides. 3BR, 2 BA in a park. 717-442-1149
GOT TOYOTA? ALL TOYOTAS Parts, Repairs, Sales, Srvc. New, Oem, Used, Aftm. Weikle’S + save 717-417-2726
Dining Services Posions Available The Middletown Home is seeking a
CAFÉ COOK/FOOD SERVICE ASSOCIATE FOOD SERVICE ASSOCIATES
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
Full-me & Part-me 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
FULL-TIME DOCK LOADER/ DRIVER Must have Class A license. 2nd Shift. Sunday thru Thursday. Competitive starting salary. Full Beneﬁt package. Paid vacation & holidays. Company match 401k plan. Get application: www.esbenshadefarmmill.com Email resume to Leon.email@example.com Fax 717.653.6922 or apply in person
FOOD SERVICE ASSOCIATES Flex
FULL-TIME SALES PERSON
APPLIANCE SERVICE TECH
MAJOR APPLIANCES & LAWN EQUIP. W/EXPERIENCE
W/SEALED SYSTEM EXPERIENCE MON-FRI: 8:00am-5:00pm PART-TIME
CASHIER VARYING HOURS MON– SAT AM, PM, & EVENING
We are a not-for-proﬁt resident-centered connuing care rerement community (CCRC) whose mission is:
MON, WED, FRI: 8:00am-6:00pm THUR: 1:00pm-8:00pm SAT: 8:00am-5:00pm PART-TIME
Serving from the Heart in the Spirit of Friendship, Love, & Truth.
HEAVY LIFTING REQUIRED
APPLY IN PERSON
The Middletown Home is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Work Place
(717) 944-3351 Apply at: firstname.lastname@example.org
1225 W Main St, Mount Joy • 717-653-1841
220 Eby Chiques Road, Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-653-8061
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The Campus of The Middletown Home is a non-profit 501(c)(3) and 100% of all proceeds from Pumpkin Fest 2018 will further our charitable mission providing care and services for our dear residents who have exhausted their financial resources.