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Conestoga Valley FEBRUARY 13, 2019



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The Lancaster Christian Women’s Club will host a spring bus excursion to the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, May 8. The bus will leave at 8 a.m. from the parking lot at A.C. Moore, 1625 Lititz Pike, Lancaster, and is slated to return at 7:30 p.m. The deadline for reservations is Wednesday, April 10. The cost for the trip includes bus transportation, museum fees, and driver gratuity. Attendees will purchase lunch and dinner on their own at the museum’s restaurants. Call Sue Bleil at 717-989-0321. “MACBETH”

The People’s Shakespeare Project, in conjunction with the Arts at Millersville University, will present its second annual winter production, “Macbeth,” on Friday, Feb. 15, at 7:30 p.m.; Saturday, Feb. 16, at 2 and 7:30 p.m.; and Sunday, Feb. 17, at 2 p.m. at Steinman Hall in the Ware Center, 42 N. Prince St., Lancaster. Tickets will be discounted for students and for groups of 10 or more. Visit or call 717-871-7600. PRESIDENTS DAY EVENT

230 N. President Ave., Lancaster, will host “The Lafayette Square Tragedy,” a first-person presentation, during Presidents Day Living History at Wheatland on Monday, Feb. 18. Tours will be offered at 10 and 11 a.m. and 1, 2, and 3 p.m. Visitors will be transported back to the White House in late February 1859 as President Buchanan, first lady Harriet Lane, and housekeeper Hetty Parker celebrate the admission of Oregon as the 33rd state of the Union. Advance reservations are recommended. Call 717-392-4633 or visit RECYCLING PROCESS UPDATE

The Lancaster Group of the Sierra Club invites the public to a free presentation on recent changes made to Lancaster County’s recycling collection process at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 20, in Room 111 of Lancaster Country Day School, 725 Hamilton Road, Lancaster. Nicole DiGiorgio, environmental education coordinator for the Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority, will present “Recycle Right.” Refreshments will be available, and a discussion will follow. Contact Jim Meenan at

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Lasagna Dinner To Help Fund Local Missions By Ann Mead Ash

As the organizers of the annual Salem Hellers Evangelical Reformed Church lasagna dinner prepared to create an Italian atmosphere for the 10th year, pastor Bruce Tully remembered some of the guests who have dined at past events. “Last year, a couple came to celebrate their anniversary,” said Tully. “Another couple from out of state drove by and saw the sign and stopped for dinner.” This year’s dinner will be held at the church, 2555 Horseshoe Road, Lancaster, on Saturday, Feb. 23, from 4 to 7 p.m. Each year, organizers enhance the venue by adding special lighting and Italian music playing in the background. Mark Steller will again serve as maître d’ to escort guests to their tables. For the 2019 event, organizers will prepare up to 100 pans of lasagna in three varieties, including hamburger,

hamburger and sausage, and vegetable with a red sauce. Salad, applesauce, garlic bread, and beverages will also be served. A variety of desserts and coffee will be offered in a separate dessert room dubbed “Dulce Terrace.” Past dinners have raised approximately $2,000 for church mission trips to work in orphanages in Guatemala, serve in Israel, or perform maintenance work at JAARS headquarters in Waxhaw, N.C. JAARS is a support arm of Wycliffe Bible Translators that provides transportation and supplies to remote areas. This year, organizers have decided to help fund local mission projects, including aiding the area’s ministerium. “Part of what we raise will go to a discretionary fund that helps the Conestoga Valley Ministerium Helping Hands Fund,” explained Tully. “That is the fund our ministerium uses to help those who qualify in our district See Lasagna Dinner pg 8

Annual Banquet Will Benefit TTC/Potter’s House By Ann Mead Ash

“Our premise is understanding that recovery is not the antidote to addiction,” said Lloyd Hoover, executive director of TTC/Potter’s House, a nonprofit, Christcentered ministry that offers a holistic approach to physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of pre-release and post-release prisoners and individuals desiring to overcome addictions. “Belonging is the antidote to addiction. So recovery can’t happen in isolation,” he explained. To help raise funds to support the ministry, TTC/Potter’s House will hold its annual banquet on Friday, March 8,

Armond “Bud” Roda at Shady Maple Banquet Hall, 129 Toddy Drive, East Earl. Doors will open at 6 p.m., and dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. See TTC/Potter’s House pg 7

Betty Snyder (left), Margaret Sensenig (center), and Deb Burns (right) are preparing to serve up pasta and more at the annual Salem Hellers Evangelical Reformed Church lasagna dinner to be held at the church on Saturday, Feb. 23, from 4 to 7 p.m.

LMHS To Present “Bye Bye Birdie” By Ann Mead Ash

Director Dean Sauder considered a number of plays before settling on “Bye Bye Birdie” for the Lancaster Mennonite High School (LMHS) spring musical. Sauder noted that one reason for selecting the show was to contrast 2018’s “Wizard of Oz” production. “We are intentional about choosing shows from different eras to help give our students a rounded theater experience,” said Sauder. LMHS will present “Bye Bye Birdie” in the LMHS Fine Arts Center, 2176 Lincoln Highway East, Lancaster, at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 28; Friday, March 1; and Saturday, March 2. A matinee performance will be held at 2 p.m. on March 2. See “Bye Bye Birdie” pg 6

Kathleen Calix-Alvarado (left) will play Rosie opposite Javon Thomas (right) as Albert Peterson in the upcoming Lancaster Mennonite High School spring musical, “Bye Bye Birdie,” which will be presented at the school on Feb. 28 and March 1 and 2.


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COBYS Family Services is partnering with the Conestoga Valley School District to offer the Incredible Years Autism Parent program. The class will meet at Fritz Elementary School, 845 Hornig Road, Lancaster, from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursdays, March 7 to May 23. The free 11-session program will be offered to parents of young children ages 2 to 9 on the autism spectrum or with language delays. The purpose of the program is to promote children’s emotional regulation, social competence, language skills, school readiness, and relationships with others. Parents will also discuss ways to motivate children, set limits, and use positive behavior management strategies. Child care will be provided. Readers may register by contacting COBYS Family Services at 717-435-8139.

The Lancaster County Postcard Club will meet at 7 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 18, at the Farm and Home Center, 1383 Arcadia Road, Lancaster. The program will be a members’ market, with members selling postcards and other items. The postcard competition will be “Anything Red.” The meeting is open to the public. For more information, readers may call 717-413-6882.

nal ballet based on the fairy tale “The Twelve Dancing Princesses” at Ephrata Performing Arts Center (EPAC), 320 Cocalico St., Ephrata. Shows will take place on Saturday, Feb. 23, at 2 and 7 p.m. and on Sunday, Feb. 24, at 2 p.m. The choreography features accomplished dancers from the region, including Isabella Williams, who plays the eldest Princess, and her husband, Emmanuel Williams of Lancaster, who plays the Prince of the Enchanted Kingdom. Rachel Male, Meghan Kosmela and Ilisa Chasser, seniors at Hempfield High School, are also featured prominently, as are homeschoolers Declan Casey of York, who plays the Shepherd, and Magnolia Williams of Mountville, who performs as the Seventh Princess. Travis Love, classical ballet teacher and veteran performer, plays the King. The choreography, by COBALT artistic director

Performances are appropriate for people of all ages. To purchase tickets, readers may visit www.EphrataPerformingArts or www.Susque or call the EPAC box office at 717-733-7966. COBALT is a nonprofit dance company based in Lancaster County and dedicated to creating extraordinary dance homegrown in Lancaster County. COBALT rehearses in Mountville.

Isabella Williams is a featured dancer in COBALT’s new ballet, “The Twelve Dancing Princesses.”

Grace Richey (left), Riely Huaman (center) and Ilisa Chasser rehearse for COBALT’s original ballet, “The Twelve Dancing Princesses.” Three performances have been slated for Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 23 and 24.

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Friends Group Sets Book Sale The Friends of the Lancaster Public Library will host their annual Winter ReSort Book Sale from Friday to Sunday, Feb. 15 to 17, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Book ReSort Center, 225 N. Marshall St., Lancaster, at the corner of North Marshall and Fulton streets. Feb. 17 will be half-price day. The sale will feature 20,000plus books of varied subject matter, including fiction and nonfiction. Many items will be nominally priced, with others individually priced. Vinyl records, DVDs, music CDs, and audiobooks will be for sale, as well. Credit cards will be accepted. The book sale is 100 percent volunteer-driven. All proceeds will directly benefit the library and its operating budget. On-site free parking will be available. For details, visit /library-friends.

Bondelandet Lodge To Meet The Bondelandet Lodge of the Sons of Norway will meet on Friday, Feb. 15, at 7 p.m. at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 301 St. Thomas Road, Lancaster. Following the Norwegian tradition of hospitality, visitors are invited to share in the special dessert table. This month’s theme will center on an ice cream social. Annie Herlein will discuss the book “Snow Treasure.” For details, call Jeanne at 717793-7428. Sons of Norway is a fraternal organization for those interested in the culture of Norway. The Bondelandet Lodge serves Lancaster, Lebanon, Cumberland, Dauphin, Berks, and York counties.

ABWA Chapter Plans Meeting ABWA Lancaster Area Express Network Chapter will hold a breakfast meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 20, from 7:15 to 9 a.m. at Lancaster Country Club, 1466 New Holland Pike, Lancaster. Featured speaker Kacey French will present “Pro-Aging - Successful Aging - Empowered Aging.” Registration is required by noon on Monday, Feb. 18, by visiting There is a cost to attend, with a discount for members. For more information, readers may contact Sam Biastre at 908-938-4135 or

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continually takes steps to thwart the relationship. “It’s a challenge as Rosie to stay strong,” said Calix-Alvarado of her role. “She does show her sensitive spots.” Sauder noted that the role of Rosie stands out in the show for a number of reasons. “Even as Albert keeps folding … and she’s being picked on by her future mother-in-law, she rises above it, and in the end she triumphs,” said Sauder. “There are not many shows from this era that have a woman (character) with that strength.” Beidler pointed out that performing from a script written for a different era can be a challenge. “We’re doing a show set in the 1950s in 2019,” she said. “There are a lot of things said in the show that you cannot say now.” Sauder agreed, noting that gender roles that were assumed during that time period have changed drastically.

The show is known for catchy tunes, and the cast members are looking forward to presenting the songs with dances choreographed by Katie Sina-Kindig. Students mention “Put on a Happy Face,” “Honestly Sincere,” “The Telephone Hour,” and “A Lot of Livin’ to Do” as standout numbers Schnabel noted that he hopes to see audiences enjoying the show. “With a musical like ‘Bye Bye Birdie,’ (you can) a bring your (children) and parents (because it’s) fun for the whole family,” he said, adding, “It’s fun for the cast (too).” Advance tickets for the play may be purchased at under the Fine Arts tab or by calling 717740-2456 or emailing A discounted student price will be offered, and tickets to the matinee performance will also be discounted.

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into a publicity coup by planning to have Birdie sing one final song to a female member of his fan club, accompanied by a “last kiss.” The song and subsequent pucker are to take place on “The Ed Sullivan Show.” Enter teenager Kim MacAfee, played by Willa Beidler, who wins the competition. Kim’s parents, Harry MacAfee, portrayed by Isaac Harnish, and Doris MacAfee, played by Mikayla Beers, are not exactly thrilled at the prospect of their daughter kissing a rock ‘n’ roll star. “Birdie,” which is based loosely on Elvis Presley’s induction into the Army, is set in the late 1950s. While the story of Conrad and Kim plays out, Rosie is struggling to move forward in her relationship with Albert. The pair is impeded by Albert’s mother, Mae, played by Merry Yirga, who dislikes Rosie and


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The Ellen Arnold Groff Series in the Tell Studio Theatre will present the Fulton Theatre production of “The Glass Menagerie” from Thursday, Feb. 14, through Sunday, March 3. Previews were slated for Feb. 12 and 13. The production, by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tennessee Williams, takes a look through the fading memory books of Tom’s fractured life as he lives with his controlling mother and introverted sister, Laura. The cast features Zack Calhoon as Tom Wingfield, Charis Leos as Amanda Wingfield, Lexi Rabadi as Laura Wingfield, and Andrew Kindig as Jim O’Connor. The creative team for the production includes Kevin Earley, director; Sean Cox, scenic designer; Mary Lana Rice, lighting designer; Kurt Alger, costume designer; Anthony Lascoskie Jr., wig and makeup designer; Connor Sherrill, sound designer; Katelin Walsko, props designer; Domingo Mancuello, production stage manager; Jenna Edmonston, production assistant; and Bob Cline, casting director. A complete list of dates and times is available at https://the

Wolfe Receives Academic Honor Madison Wolfe of Lancaster has been named to the dean’s list for the fall 2018 semester at The University of Mount Union, Alliance, Ohio. To be eligible for the dean’s list, students must have completed at least 12 credit hours of traditionally graded coursework while achieving a grade point average of 3.550 or better, with no letter grade below a B.


Taylor Named TTC/Potter’s House from pg 1 Heart Walk Chair This year’s keynote speaker married 21 years, and they The American Heart Association, an organization focused on heart and brain health, has named Bernadette Taylor as the chair of the 2019 Lancaster Heart Walk. Taylor is senior executive vice president and chief human resources officer for Fulton Financial Corporation, a role has she held since May 2015. She began her career at Fulton Financial Corporation as corporate training director. Prior to working for Fulton Financial Corporation, Bernadette worked for MetLife as a senior consultant in its training and development and personal research areas. She holds a master’s degree and doctorate in industrial/organizational psychology from Stevens Institute of Technology in New Jersey and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Fordham University in New York. She currently resides in Lancaster with her husband, Matt, and two children. The Lancaster Heart Walk is set for Saturday, Sept. 21, at the Lancaster Barnstormers’ stadium, 650 N. Prince St., Lancaster. The Heart Walk is part of the American Heart Association’s Healthy for Good movement to encourage sustainable healthy lifestyle changes. Dollars raised will support the American Heart Association’s mission for healthier lives through investments in heart disease and stroke research, health care quality improvement, advocacy, prevention and education. For more information or to register, readers may visit or call 717-730-1714.

will be Armond “Bud” Roda. Roda is the volunteer staff chaplain at the Lancaster County Prison and a liaison for referrals to the TTC/Potter’s House program. Roda has worked with both TTC/Potter’s House and the prison for more than 20 years. During that time, his influence has helped steer more than 200 men to TTC/Potter’s House. Roda became a believer in Christ at the age of 18. He and his wife, Karen, have been

have five children and 12 grandchildren. In addition to volunteering at the prison, Roda serves with hospice care, is an elder at his church, and sits on several ministry boards. Roda says that his ministry consists of “being a nobody (who is) trying to tell everybody about Somebody.” At the banquet, Roda will speak on the event’s theme: “Captivity to Destiny: A Broken System and Broken People Restored.”

TTC/Potter’s House offers a three-phase program with a total capacity of 21 beds. Hoover noted that one goal of the program is to help students integrate into the community and give back. “Our ‘captivity to destiny’ vision is oriented toward students having an experience in recovery,” he explained. “It’s about them living out their life purpose in recovery as productive citizens in our community and becoming part of God’s rescue plan (to help) others who are struggling.” Hoover noted that the ministry is hoping to expand the phase three facet, called the

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Leola Discipleship House, which offers permanent housing solutions to those who have completed phases one and two of the program. “We have been incorporating phase three in a partnership with four congregations as partners,” said Hoover. “It’s about safe, affordable housing and a commitment to drug testing. It’s about being able to live out sobriety.” Going forward, the organization is considering instituting a Christ-centered recovery track in a residential setting for women. “Working at the spiritual needs along with physical and emotional needs of the individual

(sets us apart),” said Hoover. The menu for the banquet will include appetizers, a salad and bread bar, meatballs with sauce, baked chicken, au gratin potatoes, macaroni and cheese, applesauce, cranberry salad, broccoli, cauliflower, and carrots, along with a dessert bar. Registration is necessary to attend the banquet. Readers who would like to register for the banquet must do so by Friday, Feb. 22, through the Eventbrite link on or by calling 240-274-4603 and leaving a message. A freewill offering will be received.

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Knights of Columbus St. John Neumann Council will host a pancake breakfast on Sunday, Feb. 17, at St. John Neumann Church, 601 E. Delp Road, Lancaster. Breakfast will be served from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Breakfast will be by donation. Proceeds will benefit the St. John Neumann Capital Campaign and the Knights of Columbus St. John Neumann Council. For details, call 717-560-0798.


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Goshen College in Goshen, Ind., recently released its fall 2018 dean’s list recognizing undergraduate students for excellence in academics. Several Lancaster County residents were among the students earning this recognition. Local students named to the dean’s list include Nathan Pauls of Kinzers; Greta Neufeld and Janell Preheim, both of Lancaster; Lucas Sauder of Lititz; and Bryce Yoder of Mountville. Pauls is a junior communication major and a graduate of Lancaster Mennonite School. Neufeld is a senior film production major and a gradute of Manheim Township High School. Preheim is a junior music and secondary education major and a graduate of Lancaster Mennonite School. Sauder is a freshman majoring in engineering physics. Yoder is a senior computer science major and a Lancaster Mennonite School graduate. The dean’s list includes students earning at least a 3.75 grade point average, while completing at least 12 hours of coursework for a letter grade. Only grades from the designated semester are included in the dean’s list selection process.

BIA Of Lancaster Installs Board The Building Industry Association (BIA) of Lancaster County officially installed its 2019 board of directors on Jan. 10. The newly installed officers are Keith Petrisek, president; Matt Grosh, vice president; Steve Cook, secretary; Jason Herr, treasurer; Lori Bentley, associate vice president; and Shawn Garman, immediate past president. The presidential advisers include Bruce Gingrich, Mark Stanley, and Jeff Stauffer. Builder directors are Randy Blank, Jared Erb, Louie Hurst, Jordan Metzler, and Andy Toms. Associate directors include John Bear, Shannon Smith, Tom Keller, and Frank Vargish.

Museum Slates Fundraiser Event The Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, 300 Gap Road, Strasburg, will host its fourth annual Rails and Ales event on Saturday, April 6, among the historic trains in the museum’s Rolling Stock Hall. The event is open to adults only. Tickets are limited. Several ticket options are available by visiting Proceeds from the event will benefit Friends of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. For more information on the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, readers may visit or call 717-687-8628.

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Carmitchell from pg 1 Lancaster County native Bobbi Carmitchell will perform at Emmaus Road Cafe, 1886 Lincoln Highway East, Lancaster, on Saturday, Feb. 16. Doors will open at 7 p.m., and the music will begin at 7:30 p.m. Carmitchell has performed across the country over the last 25 years. She shares about Lancaster County on her latest recording, “County Wide,” and has been a presence in both the central Pennsylvania music scene and the national scene. Her work as a songwriter has been recognized and included in a number of compilation CDs, and her music has received airplay throughout the country. Carmitchell has been involved with many causes over the years. She has also been part of organizing community events, including producing the Central Pennsylvania Women’s Music Festival. Admission to the event is free. Emmaus Road Cafe offers coffee beverages, Italian sodas and baked goods for sale. More information is available at or by searching for “Emmaus Road Cafe” on Facebook. The cafe can be contacted at emmausroadcafe@org or 717478-3672. Pictured on front:

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Lancaster Public Art has debuted a new exhibit at the Lancaster Amtrak Station, 53 McGovern Ave. Two station cases now house work by artist Paolo Del Toro and will be exhibiting in the station until June. Del Toro is a British-born artist who now resides in Lancaster. His work centers on sculpture and the use of foam and needle-felted wool. To learn more about Del Toro and his work, readers may visit The exhibit is sponsored by the Pennsylvania College of Art and Design and the Mayor Richard J. and Gail Gray Fund. The majority of their support goes directly to the artist, and the remainder helps fund Lancaster’s public art program. If a business or organization is interested in sponsoring a station case, a representative may email Joanna Davis at Sponsorships are now being accepted for the next exhibit, which will span from July through December. The station case displays rotate every six months, and Lancaster Public Art puts out a call for artists in the summer. Those interested in displaying their work in the future may follow Lancaster Public Art on Twitter at @LancasterPublicArt. For more information on the station cases, readers may visit /station-cases-working.


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Cardina Nets 16 Points in Loss to Lebanon by Leah Sintic

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Conestoga Valley’s Joe Cardina challenges Lebanon’s Wyatt Wells for the opening tipoff on Senior Night last Tuesday in Witmer.

CV’s boys’ basketball season came to a halt in a one-possession heartbreaker, slipping to Lebanon, 57-55, during the final home contest of the season. The close contest displayed a matched 15 field goals netted by each team, with the Bucks holding the long-range advantage, knocking in six triples compared to only three from the Cedars. Free-throw shooting proved to be a tipping point in the battle, with Lebanon getting to the line 28 times and capitalizing on 18 of those visits, compared to the Bucks 7-of-12 performance. Joe Cardina sparked the CV offense, netting 16 points accompanied by Ethan Bredeman’s 13-point contribution. The evening also held the opportunity to recognize the six seniors on the team; Joe Cardina, Parker Graff,

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J’Vhante Perkins, Jordan Ransing, Nolan Rishell, and Nathan Scheid. “It was a season of adversity,” pointed out head coach Brad Herr. “It’s important to note that our young men continued to work hard and didn’t quit. In twenty years, it won’t matter what your high school basketball record was. It will, however, matter if you gave your best effort in the face of overwhelming odds.” The previous Friday the Bucks experienced another close loss, slipping to Ephrata by a count of 53-49. After falling behind in the early minutes, CV fired back in the latter half of the contest. Registering their strongest period in the third quarter, the Bucks outscored Ephrata 2717, to even up the score at 40 apiece heading into the final frame. Despite the comeback surge, the Bucks were unable to sustain enough momentum to overtake the lead and the Mountaineers edged ahead in the final possessions. Cardina once again had the highest point tally on either team, with 19. Ransing chipped in with nine, Scheid with six, and Perkins netted four. “This season we were able to provide ample opportunities for some of our younger players to experience the game at the varsity level,” noted Herr. “They gained an appreciation for the drastic differences in speed and physicality of the game over junior varsity and junior high. Next season’s success will hinge on their willingness to make the proper investment in the off-season to prepare for the next level.” WRESTLING Buckskin wrestling’s milestone season included a 7-0 L-L League run that clinched the Section One title, and earned their admittance to the District III Team Championships last week where they were outed after a showdown against Cumberland Valley. The Bucks, seeded ninth, succumbed to eighth seeded Cumberland Valley (42-17), who went on to ultimately place third in the tournament. “They [Cumberland Valley] are always a strong program, and it

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Conestoga Valley seniors pose with their parents on Senior Night before the Buckskins’ game with Lebanon last Tuesday.

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Conestoga Valley’s Parker Graff looks to get the ball inside during last Tuesday’s Section Two game with Lebanon.

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of the regular season for the Buckskin marksmen, giving them an overall record of 7-6 heading into the post-season. Two of the last three contests were determined by just a one-point difference, when the Bucks fell 492-491 at Governor Mifflin and 496-495 to Ephrata. Against both opponents, CV senior, Darren McGallicher, brought his best, hitting two perfect 100s in the back-to-back meets. The final dual of the season pitted the Bucks against a near-perfect Manheim Central squad who registered four marksmen with textbook games bringing the final score 499-494. CV’s Lexus Henkel rose to the occasion with a 100 score of her own to lead the Buckskin efforts in the loss. Individual competition will be emphasized in the 2019 League Championships held on Saturday, February ninth, with results to be covered next week. SWIMMING Both the boys’ and girls’ swim teams competed in the 2019 L-L League AllLeague Meet held February 8-9 at Wilson High School. Results will be covered next week.

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when called upon for action, CV’s Cameron Kistler (126), Andrew Dariychuk (132), David Dariychuk (145), and Eddie Lopez (195) each pinned their opponent. Falls were plentiful in the closer match against Garden Spot, with CV overcoming for a 51-26 final score. Garden Spot briefly held an 8-6 lead before CV went on a tear, securing pins in the following six-of-seven bouts, kickstarted by A. Dariychuk at 132, followed by Austin Rider (138), Taylor Sheaffer (152), Conrad Dillman (160), Josh MacNamara (170), and Isiah Gantt (182) to extend the lead to 42-14. Garden Spot rallied for a pair of pins, but Yodhe Desta (285) and Trenton Ruble (106) squelched their momentum with a pin and decision win respectively. Continuing in non-league competitions, CV flexed their muscles in a 58-18 takedown of West York in which the Bucks won 11 out of 14


was definitely a tough draw for us to start with,” acknowledged head coach Trent Turner. “However, it was our first time back to the District III Team Championships in four years,” he noted. On February 2, the Buckskins hosted a dual meet event, the Rally in the Valley, and turned in a day’s performance of 2-1 to finish in second, falling 38-30 to the day’s victors, Midd-West High School. The two triumphs of the day for CV included a 72-9 win over Red Lion as well as overcoming Garden Spot by a margin of 51-26. In the dominant win over Red Lion, points in eight bouts were accumulated through forfeit, but

individual bouts. “The boys wrestled strong,” praised Turner of their team effort. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL Concluding their regular season schedule on a high note, the CV girls took down Lebanon High School 58-50 last Tuesday. The Lady Bucks controlled the contest, outscoring the Cedars in three out of four quarters, hitting 19 field goals in addition to a collective 54 percent free throw shooting average. Kenzie Reed paced the Buckskins, gathering 23 points in the contest, supported by nine apiece from Savannah Byers and Lauren Thrush. Ashley Andrew chipped in another eight points in the win. The victory bumped CV’s league record to 4-9 and 6-16 overall. The previous Friday, in the final home court contest of the season, the Bucks fell to Ephrata, 35-29, but took a moment to honor the contributions of the teams five senior players; Kenzie Reed, Kylie Stutzman, Lauren Thrush, Anna Kollbotn, and Sydney Bouder. Reed again was the game’s high scorer with 11, followed by eight- and seven-point contributions from Byers and Bouder respectively. RIFLE Three close losses marked the end

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The Arts at Millersville will welcome Third Coast Percussion on Wednesday, Feb. 20, at 7:30 p.m. to Steinman Hall at the Ware Center, 42 N. Prince St., Lancaster. The quartet will perform its multimedia soundtrack of the children’s book-to-film “Paddle to the Sea,” featuring works by composers Philip Glass and Jacob Druckman. “Paddle to the Sea” features imaginative sounds and worldpremiere recordings intended to evoke the aquatic world. Third Coast Percussion is a Grammy-winning, artist-run quartet of classically trained percussionists David Skidmore, Robert Dillon, Peter Martin and Sean Connors. Hailing from Chicago, the decade-old ensemble aims to present performances that celebrate the depth and breadth of musical possibilities in the world of percussion. Ticket prices will vary. Tickets may be purchased in person at the box offices at the Ware Center and in the Student Memorial Center on the Millersville University campus. Tickets are also available by calling 717-871-7600 or visiting Pictured on front: Third

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Come To Our House Of Worship BELLEVUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: (A member congregation of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church): 810 Newport Ave., Gap, PA. Sunday Worship Services at 8:00 am & 10:45 am, Sunday School (for all ages) 9:30 am. Nursery provided for both Worship Services & Sunday School. Wednesday evenings at 6:30 pm - Kingdom Kids (ages K-5th grade). J.T. Holderman, Pastor. Brad Moger, Assistant Pastor. 717-442-4077 BREAKOUT MINISTRIES: Senior Pastors Ron & Mary Buch; Sundays at 10am. Contemporary worship & messages of freedom, healing & deliverance. Children’s ministry; nursery through Sr. High. Coffee & snacks before & after the Service. Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting 7-8pm; Women’s & Men’s Bible Study the 2nd & 4th Wed. 6-7 pm. Local & international outreaches. 2400 Anita Court, Leola, PA 17540 (717)656-8366 CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP CHURCH: 758 Spruce Rd., New Holland 717-354-8428. “Building Community with Christ, to Impact a World without Christ” Pastor: Dr. Doug Bozung. Sunday Blended Worship 8:15 & 10:45 am, Sunday School & Adult Bible Fellowship 9:40 am. Traditional Worship 9:30 am; Wednesday Programs for all ages 7 pm, many other connection points throughout the week. More info at:; Hearing Assist & Handicap accessible. GAP COMMUNITY CHURCH: “Connecting People To Christ For The Journey Of A Lifetime” “The Sunday Experience” starts with the Community Corner Cafe located off of the upper level parking lot opens at 8:30am. Worship Service starts at 10am in the lower level auditorium. During the 10am Worship service both Summit Kids children’s ministry and Anchor Youth junior high ministry are providing an age appropriate Worship service for ages K-5 & grades 6th 8th. Lead Pastor is Cody Hall. Located at 835 Houston Run - Gap Pa 17527 or visit HIGH VIEW CHURCH OF GOD: 2470 Leaman Rd, Ronks is a family-friendly congregation with many opportunities for worship. Worship time Sunday 10:15am. Sunday school classes for nursery-adults available at 9am. Every 4th Sunday evening is the “House of Prayer”. Small group Bible studies & children & youth programs throughout the week. Home of “The Little Lambs Christian Preschool”. Thomas I. Myers (pastor) 717-687-0523 LIGHTHOUSE CHURCH: (AG), 105 Earland Dr., New Holland 717-354-0056, Sunday Worship at 8:45 & 11 am, Christian Education at 10am, all ages including Global University, Nursery provided at all Services, Preschool & Elementary Ministries. Wed. Worship at 7pm, Ignite Student Ministry, LED Young Adults & Children’s Ministries. Life Groups meeting quarterly throughout the County. Rev. Stephen Ritchey- Lead Pastor, Rev. Joseph Cali- Associate & Youth Pastor.

COMMUNITY BIBLE CHURCH- Line upon line Christ centered Biblical instruction, warm & friendly people, a place to “grow in Grace and Knowledge” 234 Old Leacock Rd Gordonville PA - Sunday School 9:30am Morning Worship 10:35 & Midweek Prayer - Wednesday 7pm- Pastor Sam Furches 717-823-2086 MT. EDEN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH: 1241 May Post Office Rd., Quarryville, (5 mi. South of Strasburg, 3 mi. North of 372). Rev. Donald Costlow, Pastor. Sunday worship service 9:30 am, nursery provided. Sunday School 11 am- all ages. Various ministries, groups available. Youth groups. Limited handicap accessibility. 717-786-7565. PETRA CHURCH: 565 Airport Rd, New Holland. 717-354-5394, Senior Pastors, Lester & Erma Zimmerman. Sunday Worship services at 9am. & 11am. Children’s ministry, infants Grade 4. Vibrant programs for Middle School & High School Students. Handicapped access. Sign interpretation for the hearing impaired, 9am. service. Translation into Spanish, 11am service. REFUGE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Simply teaching the Word of God simply; book by book, chapter by chapter & verse by verse. Sunday Morning 10am with nursery & children’s church up to 6th grade. Wednesday Evening 7pm. 33 South Railroad Ave., New Holland, PA 717351-3106 SALEM EVANGELICAL REFORMED CHURCH, HELLERS (founded 1725), 2555 Horseshoe Rd. Lancaster. 717-656-9249. Sunday Worship at 9:30 am (includes Church Hour Nursery). Holy Communion 1st Sun. of month. Adult Sunday School at 10:45 am. Handicap Accessible. Pastor: Bruce Tully. E-mail:; Website: ST. STEPHEN REFORMED CHURCH (Presbyterian Church In America): “A Beacon on the Hill.” The Word of God is central to our worship. Sunday worship at 8:15 and 10:30am with Kingdom’s kids and nursery provided for the 10:30 service. Sunday school for all ages at 9:30am. Choir sings the last Sunday of each month. Youth group on Sundays at 6:30 pm for grades 6th-12th. Lead Pastor: Rev. Dr. Timothy Witmer. 249 East Main Street, New Holland. 717-354-7871. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH: 18 Quarry Rd., Leola (right off Rt. 23) 717-656-9200 Rev. Karen E. Larson. Worship Services: Sunday 8am- Traditional, 10:30amContemporary, Wed 6:30pm- casual in the Chapel. Nursery available on Sundays. Sunday School- discipleship learning grps starting at 2yrs of age on Sundays 9:15am from mid- September through May. Youth grps for 4th grade & up. Handicap Acces., Hearing devices. Many service opportunities in Leola & Lancaster. E-mail: follow us at

Please Note: Updates can be made to your church’s listing for 1st issue date of each month only. (Changes must be submitted by the previous Wednesday) For More Information On Church Listings And Rates, Call Justin at 717-492-2533

Human-made space, or “built environment,” will be the focus of a roundtable discussion, “Why We Build,” on Thursday, Feb. 19, at East Chestnut Street Mennonite Church in Lancaster. The program will be hosted by the Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society. The Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society will host a roundtable discussion, “Why We Build,” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 19, at East Chestnut Street Mennonite Church, 32 E. Chestnut St., Lancaster. Participating will be Jesse Pellman, Longview Structures; Mary Haverstick, filmmaker; Randy Harris, historian; Dale Yoder, architect; and Shawn Buckwalter, EG Stoltzfus. Chad Martin, director at

Contra Dance Slated The Lancaster Contra Dance, usually held on the third Saturday of the month, will take place on Feb. 16 at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 321 W. Chestnut St., Lancaster, from 7 to 10 p.m. This is a group social dance for people of all ages with a different live band and caller each month. This month Kim Forry will be calling with the Lovely Lane String Band. There is no need to bring a partner, as partners are exchanged after each dance. A workshop for new dancers will be held at 6:15 p.m. Admission fees have been for adults and for students, with free admission for youths age 15 and under. For more information, readers may call 717 951-4317 or visit

Partners for Sacred Spaces, will moderate the discussion. The discussion will focus on human-made space, or “built environment,” which includes urban, suburban, and rural areas, in contrast to the natural environment. Attendees will learn how the structures around people can influence what they do, how they think, and what they find important. Attendance is by donation.

The Lancaster Center of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, 2270 Old Philadelphia Pike, Lancaster, will offer beginner American Sign Language (ASL) classes from Tuesday, Feb. 19, through Thursday, April 11. All classes will run from 6 to 8 p.m. The venue features a free lighted parking lot and is handicapped-accessible. Attendees should enter at the rear of the building. Classes for beginners will include ASL I on Tuesdays and ASL II on Thursdays. These classes will use the book “Signing, How to Speak With Your Hands” by Elaine Costello. ASL at WORKS Level - I will be

held on Tuesdays and will use the book “ASL at Work.” The class is geared toward students who have minimal or no knowledge of ASL and who want to communicate with deaf co-workers, neighbors, and friends. The snow make-up date for Tuesday classes will be Tuesday, April 16, with the snow make-up date for Thursday classes being Thursday, April 18. Registration is required by Friday, Feb. 15. There is a cost for each class, which is nonrefundable after the first class. Classes will use required texts. For more information, readers may contact 717-207-9822 or

Farmersville Fire Co. 44th Annual

Community Sale Friday, March 22, 2019 Starting at 4:30 p.m. If you have any items for our sale bill, Please call us by February 16

God Bless America

(717) 354-5094 … (717) 354-8122 Donated Items Appreciated


The Lancaster Lean-In will hold its second meeting of 2019 on Tuesday, Feb. 19, at 7 p.m. at Kingsway Realty, 1770 Oregon Pike, Lancaster. Leigh Degenhard will speak on “Design:

Discussion To Focus Center Schedules On Human-Made Space ASL Classes


Lean-In Plans Next Meeting

Lifetree Café Sets Program Lifetree Café, located at Emmaus Road Cafe, 1886 Lincoln Highway East, Lancaster, will discuss whether intelligent life exists in other places in the universe on Tuesday, Feb. 19, at 7 p.m. Lifetree Café is a place where people gather for conversation about life and faith in a casual, comfortable setting. The program is titled “We’re Not Alone? The Search for Intelligent Life on Other Planets.” It features a filmed interview with Dr. Seth Shostak, senior astronomer at the SETI Institute and author of “Confessions of an Alien Hunter: A Scientist’s Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence.” Admission is free. For more details, readers may contact 717-473-9115 or

Sleepers & Daycabs

Reefer/Van Trailers


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and so much more.

FOOD, LOTS OF DELICIOUS FOOD Chicken Barbecue, Hand Rolled Pretzels, Hot Dogs, Soft Ice Cream, French Fries, Seasonal Fruit, Barbecue Pork Sandwich, Chicken Corn Soup 717-687-7232

Groceries, Shrubs, Farm Machinery, Quilts, Sheds

Dancers To Compete In Ireland Programs Set Nine dancers from the Hooley School of Irish Dance will travel to Killarney, Ireland, to compete in the All Ireland Irish Dance Championships, a program of the Coimisiún le Rincí Gaelacha (CLRG). Competition will take place from Sunday to Saturday, Feb. 17 to 23. Competitors will come from Canada, Mexico, Ireland, Great Britain, mainland Europe, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and the United States. The championship is open dancers at the preliminary or open championship level who are members of a CLRG-certified dance school. The dancers from the Hooley School are Mia Kelly, 10, and Abigail Kelly, 12, from Lititz; Natalie Raff, 10, and Olivia Raff, 13, Conestoga Valley students from Leola; Maya Murphy, 12, and McKenna Murphy, 17, Warwick students from Lititz; Isabella Carper, 15, from Ephrata; Savana Martin, 18, a homeschooled senior from

For Kinship Caregivers

Local dancers (from left) McKenna Murphy, Faith Ishler, Olivia Raff, Mia Kelly, Abigail Kelly, Natalie Raff, Maya Murphy, Isabella Carper and Savana Martin have qualified to compete in the All Ireland Irish Dance Championships in Ireland from Feb. 17 to 23. Lititz; and Faith Ishler, 21, a Lebanon Valley College student from Lititz. For several of these dancers, it will be the first time they compete in Ireland. The dancers will be accompanied by certified teacher Sara Locke, TCRG.

- Strasburg Area -

– Inventory Reduction Auction – New & Used Flail Shredders – Tractors – Forklifts Telehandler – GenSets – Engines – Encore Mowers Irrigation Pipe – Shop Equipment & Tools – Flail Shredders Parts

Quilting Days Event Planned Fairmount Homes, 1100 Farm Crest Drive, Ephrata, will host February Quilting Days on Saturday, Feb. 16; Tuesday, Feb. 19; and Wednesday, Feb. 20. The event will run from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day in the Farm Crest Community Room. Ten to 15 quilts will be set up and ready for quilters. Quilting enthusiasts, from beginner to advanced, are invited to attend. Dona-

tions of quilts, quilt tops, or funds to cover the cost of quilt supplies will be welcome. The quilts produced will be sold at Fairmount’s annual benefit auction and chicken barbecue in September. Refreshments and lunch will be served to volunteers daily. For more information, readers may call 717-354-1800. Directions may be found at

J. King FARM AUCTION 8 Mules • AC Tractor • Field Ready Farm Machinery Milking Equip. • Butchering Items • H.H. Goods Primitives • Market Wagon • Spring Wagon • Breaking Cart

Location: 105 Rohrer Mill Rd., Ronks, PA 17572 (Lanc. Co.) Directions: Rt. 741 East of Strasburg. turn right onto Rohrer Mill Rd. Auction on left. FLAIL SHREDDERS - The following are new Summit Hill WELDERS AND RELATED ITEMS - Lincoln 150 amp portable shredders: 13’, 1000 PTO, Heavy Duty, 12’, 1000 PTO, H.D., 12’, welder w/Kohler eng., portable welder w/2 cyl. Wisconsin, welder 540 PTO, New Style, 3 row w/good running 4 cyl. Deutz eng., w/Kohler eng. (rebuilt), 220 volt stick welder, Hobart welder, 2 row w/rebuilt 3 cyl. Deutz eng., 5’ mini w/swing hitch and Linde 600 amp mig welder w/wire feeder, L-TEC VI450 amp w/ 35 HP Vanguard, 4½’ mini w/31 HP Vanguard. The following wire feeder works; welding wire and rods. HYDRAULICS - 4 post are used Summit Hill shredders: 2017 3 row, 540 PTO - like 100 ton hyd. press, new hyd. pumps (for binders, mowers, new, 4’ mini w/23 HP Vanguard, 3 row (just through the shop) etc.), new hyd. unit w/engine (for no-till drills, etc.), Misc. w/4 cyl. Deutz,12’, 1000 PTO, std. duty., 2017 6 row, 1000 hyd. pumps & motors/open and closed center, 12 GPM hyd. pump PTO, end transport, (1) 2015 & (1) 2016 Summit Hill 12’, 1000 w/slide clutch, misc. hyd. reservoirs, misc. hyd. hoses, new 5”x8” PTO, H.D., good cond.! Other shredders: Brady 12’, 540 PTO, hyd. cylinders. ELECTRIC RELATED - Breaker boxes, breakers, Brady 80” w/new rotor, Smucker 2 row/66” w/Lombardini dsl. switches and some conduit supplies, dusk to dawn light, new; and new style flails, New Summit Hill flails w/chains (Reg. and electric heater w/fan; and other misc. items. MISC. FARM & Heavy Duty); Brady 12’ for parts - has gear box; misc. shredder SHOP RELATED - 6” irrigation Gorman-Rupp pump w/2 whl. rotors. TELEHANDLER - FORKLIFTS - ‘06 Lull/JLG 944E-42 chassis & fuel tank (as is), approx. 90 pcs. 6” alum. irrigation telehandler, 9000 lb. cap., multiple steering options, like new pipe (up to 30’ length) also misc. fittings, pipe wagon, 32’ hay/ 13.00 - 24 solid flex wheels, 4 cyl. Cummins eng. w/ turbo, corn elevator, Bear Cat hammermill w/ cob chopper, pto, gearbox 5000 hrs., currently used as rental machine, Good Cond.! S/N and driveshaft set for flail shredder, NH 401 crimper frame; NI 0160017194, CAT R80 all-terrain 8,000 lb. forklift w/236 Perkins crimper frame w/Smucker rolls; 2 Myers crimpers for parts, 3 dsl. & 30’ mast (mast lays horizontal for transport), Clark LP forklift, pt. disc mower (7½’ cut), Pull type drum mower (7’8” cut) w/ A.C. 36 volt forklift (as is), asst. forklift chargers, asst. masts, 2 ton eng. mount for VW eng. & crimper hitch; 6’ sickle bar mower vibratory roller. TRACTORS - JD 2940 4x4, 3510 original hours, w/hyd. motor; 4’x8’ dump cart w/6’ sides & endgate; 9’ snow 18.4x34-13.6x24 good solid tractor; 80 JD 2940 2WD w/3 pt., plow; misc. gear boxes, DoAll C-9V bandsaw w/ hyd. motor & hyd. dual hyd., 540/1000 PTO, 11,000 hrs., on rubber, ready to go! clamp., radial arm saw w/ hyd. motor, heat treat furnace (elec.), S/N 374277, JD 2555 2WD low hours good running; ‘68 Case new V-belts, jack hammers, Ridgid pipe cutters, plasma cutters, 930 Comfort King w/cab, 8 spd., 3 pt., 1 hyd., 1000 pto - on misc. press brake dies (short), blast cabinet, 1000 gal. cone tank rubber S/N 8340149, IH 656 Hydro, NFE, S/N 34475 (less than w/frame, Schramm air compressor, asst. fuel tanks including 275 100 hrs. on hydro rebuild), Set rubber belting rear tractor whls. gal. on skids like new, table saw w/hyd. motor, air and manual (16”x66”). GENSETS - Magnamax DVR 150 KW 3ph. genset hoists, 2 sets (1 stainless) walk-in cooler panels w/doors & cooler w/JD 6076 7.6 liter eng. w/turbo, runs good (skid unit), Delco components, oil furnace, 20 lb. LP tanks, campfire pots, BBQ 60 KW 3ph. genset w/4 cyl. GM/Detroit eng., (skid unit), 45 KW pit, heavy duty scooter w/16” wheelbarrow whls., scooter jigs & genset w/Cummins eng. - runs good, Kohler LP genset, Fidelity parts, weedeaters & chainsaws, 60 gal. oil storage tanks (square) generator, Kato generator, misc. belt drive generators/some as is, fill and dispenser valves; New Baldwin & other air & oil filters, new (1) PTO generator, single bearing generator for #4 bell housing. stake/post drivers, alphabet & number punch sets, new air motor ENGINES - (2) VW 1.6 4 cyl. dsl. engines w/transmission mounts (powder coated) and hyd. motor mounts, coil unroller, (good runners), 236 Perkins dsl., (2) 354 Perkins dsl, Onan L423 drum cart, new engine oil, new vise grips, equip. jacks, job box, 4 cyl. dsl., Onan L634T 6 cyl. turbo charged, complete engine misc. pipe fittings-steel and PVC, pipe insulation, misc. hydraulic radiator to fly wheel, low hours on rebuild, but needs attention; fittings, drum pumps, air tubing, air tool oil, air coil hoses, James AC 320 3 cyl. dsl. w/radiator (not used since rebuilt), Lister dsl. Mfg. incubator Model 2940K 115v AC, runner sleds, door latches, For parts, Lister 24 v. starter, numerous Nissan SD22 & 25 diesels salamander heater, rubber boots, Fyr-Fyrter fire extinguishers and parts, heads etc., (2) Mercedes-Benz automotive eng., VW stainless 2.5 gal., squirrel cage fans, misc. paint, 2 hole corn parts engines, transmissions, blocks, and pistons, (2) Deutz sheller, scrap iron & much more unlisted! water cooled Fox & Lister style D2008L03 & F4M2008 complete AUCTION INFO. - This is an inventory reduction auction with radiator and stub shaft; 3 cyl. dsl., several Isuzu DI 2.2 dsl. for Summit Hill welding. They will continuein business as reefers, one is a very good runner, Primary fuel filter mounts; normal. Also selling a few items for S.K Repair. Possibly New friction throttle levers for Deutz and other engines. selling w/2 auctioneers, bring a friend and join us. We engine radiators and other misc. related, small engines some will begin at 8:30 w/misc. farm & shop related. Shredders, run some parts, Honda 13 HP high pressure washer and misc. tractors and telehandler will sell approx. 12:30. Auction Co. pressure washers, ½ by 40’ pressure washer hose. ENCORE and sellers are not responsible for accidents. Auction day MOWERS - (2) New Encore 60” finish mowers w/side announcements take precedence over all advertising. discharge and 16 HP eng. w/elec. start & PTO clutch- 1 Payment terms: Cash, approved PA check or credit card is trailer pull type and 1 has shafts, seat, and w/3% fee. 6% Sales Tax. Food stand. auto-turn (consigned by S.K. Repair). See more at ID#25403

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2019 AT 9:00 A.M. Location: 382 Stormstown Rd., Bird-In-Hand, PA 17505 (Lanc. Co.) Directions: From Rt. 23/772 Intersection in Leola, go West on Rt. 23. Turn right onto Quarry Rd. Go 1½ mi., then left onto Stormstown Rd. Go 3/10 mi. to auction on left. 8 MULES: Jack: 6 yr. old sorrel jack. 16.1 H. Jockey mule. manure pump w/hyd. & 25’ fill pipe. NI 17 manure Good worker. Sensible. Jim: 6 yr. old sorrel jack. 16.1 H. spreader. Fisher 160 gal. field sprayer w/long tongue, 28’ Jockey mule w/SNAP! Upagainst. Good Worker. Pete: 12 yr. booms and 5.5 HP Honda eng. Water tank on gear. ‘14 old sorrel jack. 16.1 H. Can’t hitch wrong. Mike: 12 yr. old J.S. auto- turn forecard w/torsion axles, brakes, alum. sorrel jack. 16.2 H. Jockey mule. Also works in lines. Mel: tongue & offset. General Repair auto-turn forecart w/ 12 yr. old sorrel jack. 16 H. Jockey mule or offside lines. alum. tongue & offset. Beiler auto-turn forecart & 1 other Pet: 15 yr. old sorrel molly. 16.3 H. The main lead mule. forecart. (1) McCurdy & 1 other gravity wagon. 7½’x18’ Top worker. Upagainst. Bill: Smooth, sorrel jack. 16.1 H. wagon & 3 other wagons. Buck saw (3 pt./PTO). Market Can’t hitch wrong. Good produce mule. Also rides. Jenny: wagon w/fiberglass box, lights & brakes. Spring Smooth, black molly. 15.2 H. Offside lines mule. Note: wagon. Breaking Cart. MILKHOUSE & HARNESSES: 5 This is a good set of mules, ready to work. TRACTOR: milkers w/Delaval pulsators and Westfalia claws ‘76 Allis Chalmers 7040 tractor, turbo, 3 pt., 540/1000 (pulsators just rebuilt). (1) 55, (1) 65, (2) 75, (1) 80 lb. PTO, dual hyd., rear belting wheels, S/N 5307, (trans. buckets. (2) SS carrying buckets. Noble Road 385 lb. rebuilt approx. 4 yrs. ago) FARM MACHINERY: Note: sputnik w/SS undercarriage. 18” SS Bender washer (6 this is agood line of clean, field ready, shed kept farm unit) & SS tub. SS filter box. Leftover dairy supplies. 9 sets machinery. Corn & Hay Equipment: McCorn binder w/ leather front gear garnesses. Collars, lines, bridles, etc. 2 tandem axle, C.H. alum. loader, dolly wheel, and 13 HP to 6 horse hitch eveners. 5 sets tandem ropes. TOBACCO Honda eng. w/hyd. sideshift & up/down, out of shop & BUTCHER EQUIPMENT: Minnich bale box. Approx. 3000 1 yr. (V.G. cond.). I&J corn binder w/tandem axle, alum. tob. lath (mostly old). Tob. shears & spears. Woodn hog loader, and 13 HP Honda eng. w/hyd. sideshift & up/down, scalding trough. Copper furnace kettle. Enterprise (hyd. drive). JD 3970 harvester w/table and Horning sausage stuffer. MISC. FARM & HOUSEHOLD RELATED: processor, (good cond.). NH 455 mower w/7’ bar & Georgetown 52” portable barn fan w/hyd. motor. Portable Kawasaki FE350 eng. w/Hyd. ‘10 Esch 9’ mower/crimper hyd. unit w/11.5 HP Kawasaki eng. Duracraft 10” table combination w/rubber rolls and 31 HP Vanguard saw w/air motor. V. Andes cast water trough 30”x11’. eng., (1 owner - good cond.) NH 276 baler w/35 HP (2) 12 v. Gandy applicators. Portable air compressor. Vanguard eng. (out of shop in 2017- V.G. cond.). NH Kawasaki KF150 eng. Hyd. pumps. Diesel fuel tank w/ 258 rolabar rake w/small wheels, (good cond.) NH 256 pump. Wire cage poly tote. Silage & feed carts. Chicken rolabar rake. Deutz-Fahr KH500 4 star 17’ tedder w/13 HP nests & feeders. Bale plugs. Mineral tub. Old implement Honda eng. Kuhn 300 8’ rotary rake, ground drive. Pequea seats. Steel & rubber implement wheels. Reel mowers. 7’ tedder. NI 323 1R corn picker (rolls recently rebuilt). 35 Homelite circular saw. Wooden hitches & pulleys. Old HP Vanguad eng. w/hyd. - fits picker or rotary mower. 6’ windows. Milk cans. Moore milk box. Wire egg baskets. rotary mower - pull type. Zimmerman 32’ elevator w/hyd. Strap hinges. Wooden hitches. Runner sled. Misc. tools, motor. Smucker 2R stalk chopper w/Wisconsin V465D bolts, etc. Hippo & Coleman lanterns. Misc. items from eng. (bad eng.) w/twin disc clutch. Tillage & Planting: ‘91 attic cleanout. Maytag washing machine. Waterfall White Horse 14” 2 way hyd. plow. JD KBA 24 blade disc bedroom suite. Combine closet. And more unlisted. (rebuilt 2 yrs ago - V.G. cond.) Mc 1R cultivator. 7’ S-tine AUCTION INFO - Come join us at this farm Dispersal for roller harrow. 9’ cultipacker. 3’ cultipacker. 10’ harrow. John & Lena King. Looking for good mules or well kept 8’ steel land roller. Wiard 106 walking plow. JD 7000 equipment? You’ll find it here. We will begin at 9:00 with 4R 28” corn planter w/liquid ferti., squeeze pump, misc. farm and household related. Farm machinery approx. no-till coulters, seedbed firmers, posi closing wheels, 12:30 followed by mules. Auction Co. and sellers are not reduced inner diam. depth wheels, foam marker, 12 v. responsible for accidents. Auction day announcements hyd., insecticide (V.G. cond.) Oliver 8’ grain drill. Manure take precedence over all advertising. Payment terms: Handling & Misc.: ‘10 ELS RT211E 1100 gal. spreader w/ Cash, good PA check or credit card w/3% fee. Benefit Honda eng. & 12” wide wheels - good cond. ELS 700 Food Stand. gal. flat top spreader w/rubber block wheels. ELS P409 10’ portable high pressure See more at ID#25403 R029925

Auction for: Summit Hill Welding Joel King - Shop: (717) 687-0186 VM Home: (717) 872-2286 VM 717-687-8418 (9-9:15 am/12-12:30 pm)

CrossNet Ministries, 123 W. Franklin St., New Holland, on Mondays, March 4 and April 1, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., as well as at The Together Community Center, 3293 Lincoln Highway East, Paradise, on Wednesdays, Feb. 27, March 27, April 24, May 22, and June 26, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Child care will be available. To register, call COBYS Family Services at 717-435-8139. Updates will be posted at

- Leola Area -

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2019 AT 8:30 A.M.

Auctioneers: Tim Weaver Dave Stoltzfus & Steve Schuler Lic. #AY2109 Phone: 717-354-9524

COBYS Family Services has slated free programs for kinship caregivers, who are those raising a relative’s child, such as a grandchild or a niece or nephew. The monthly educational discussion group with other kinship families will feature a different topic at each month’s session, as well as the sharing of practical community resources. Topics include Setting Boundaries, Healing From Anger, Emotional Wellness, and more. Programs will be held at

Auctioneers: Tim Weaver Dave Stoltzfus & Steve Schuler Lic. #AY2109 Phone: 717-354-9524

Auction for: John S. and Lena King (717) 556-0554


203 Franklin St., Strasburg, PA 17579 will be holding their Annual Spring Donation & Consignment Auction Friday, February 22, 2019 4:30pm-? Crafts and Small Quilt Items Saturday, February 23, 2019 beginning at 8:00am


Carriages, Tools from PA Auction, Flowers, Lawn Ornaments


Tools from PA Auction, Sheds, Groceries, Flowers, Lawn Ornaments

Groceries, Shrubs, Farm Machinery, Crafts, Antiques

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- Farmersville/Groffdale Area -

(5) RED MINI Poodle Puppies, cute, smart! $850; Also black & brown Poodle cross female, very cute, $350; All of them ready Feb. 21. 87 Martic Heights, Holtwood, PA 17532. 717-205-5229

REAL ESTATE PUBLIC AUCTION Nice 3 Bdrm. Split Level House - 2 Sty. Barn w/Shop & Garage


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2019 AT 3:00 P.M. Location: 141 Sheaffers School Road, Ephrata, PA (West Earl Twp./Lanc. Co.)

ACA MINI POODLE PUPS, 1 red male, 1 cream female, 2 black females, dad 12lbs, mom 10lbs, $950. 717-799-3120

Directions: Take S. Farmersville Rd. out of Farmersville. Turn left onto Scheaffers School Rd. Follow to property on right.

AKC AKITA Puppies, vet checked, dewormed, family raised, 5 Females & 5 Males. $775. Call 717-548-1368 AKC GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS, vet ckd, shots, wormed, nice healthy pups, raised on farm. $300-$350. 717-656-4786 Ext. 1

EARLY DEADLINES For Week of Feb. 11:

Classified Deadlines for the Feb. 20th issue will be 24 hours earlier Chester Co. Community Couriers & Lancaster Penny Savers

Wednesday, Feb. 13 NOON

A PLACE FOR MOM has helped over a million families find senior living. Our trusted, local advisors help find solutions to your unique needs at no cost to you. 1855-204-5180

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.

ASSISTANCE FOR ELDERLY, caregivers provide hygiene assistance, meals, light housework in your home. Insured, Bonded, RN owned & operated. Visiting Angels, 717-393-3450.

FOR SALE Bldg. Materials METAL ROOFING & Siding for Houses, Barns, Sheds. Close outs, ALSO; Ag-Tuf PVC Liner Panel 12’ 2” with 3’ coverage $13.50 each 50 or more. Ephrata, PA 717-445-5222



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BLACK GERMAN SHEPHERD puppies, 1 male $550. 3 females, $450 each. Very nice, playful, family raised, shots & wormed, ready 2/15. 717-529-1044 CHOCOLATE LAB PUPS, healthy, cute, playful, vet checked, shots, wormed, family raised, $550, 717-344-6757 FREE VET EXAM for your new Puppy/Kitten. 50yrs professional exp. Ad must be mentioned at time of call. Manheim Pike Vet Hospital, 717-569-6424 Leola Veterinary Hospital, 717-656-9754 GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES LONG HAIRED, SHOTS AND WORMED, RAISED IN HOME, ACA REGISTERED, $1000. 610-932-0993

PUBLIC AUCTION More info: 717-575-0206, Paul

Auction for: Daniel K. and Mary Ann King (717) 661-7184

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SAT., MARCH 23, 2019 AT 11:00 A.M. 865 Matthew Dr., Stevens, PA 17578 - Lancaster County Directions: From 322 take North Clay Rd. to rt. on Hopeland Rd. Turn left onto Sun Valley Rd. Turn Left on Linda Ln. to rt. on Daniel Dr. to left on Matthew Dr. Property Description: Beautiful, well kept, 2 story, 1640 sq. ft. 3 bedroom 2½ bathroom home built in 1988. Borders farmland along quiet, rural cul-desac, on 1.33 acres. New roof/ gutters, 610 sq. ft. attached 2-car garage w/ working area & pull-down ladder to attic for additional storage. 200 Amp electric service, public sewer, macadam driveway & on-site well. Lge. back yd., 10’X16’ newly stained wood deck, 12’X15’ garden shed (lawn tractor included.) Mature bushes/lawn bordering farmland & distant woodland w/ daily whitetail deer sightings & up to 31 different bird sightings. 1st Floor: 800 sq. ft. including foyer w/ hardwood floor, Ige. kitchen w/ walnut cabinets including dishwasher, electric stove, fridge. Dining room w/ laminate flooring, lge. living room w/ new paint & new carpet, laundry room, ½ bathroom. 2nd Floor: 840 sq. ft. including master bedroom w/ new paint & new carpet, closet & full bathroom. Includes 2 additional bedrooms w/ new paint & new carpet, closets & full bathroom. Basement: 720 sq. ft. includes a finished room including newly repainted & polished Harman Coal Stove w/ vents upstairs, utility room w/ heat pump/ cooling HVAC system (new ub 2017), water UV system, electric water heater, sump pump & exit/entrance bilco doors. Taxes: Approx. $4000.00 Open Houses: Sat. Feb. 23, 1-3 P.M. & March 2, 1-3 P.M. & Thurs. March 7, 6-8 P.M. Call Wilmer at 717-333-4881 for more information or to schedule a private showing. Terms: $25,000 deposit down the day of auction. Buyer to Pay 2% transfer taxes. Settlement on or before May 1 2019. Attention Realtors: 1% Brokers Participation offered to realtors who preregister w/ their buyers & who become the successful bidder the day of auction. Auctioneer Note: Owner is downsizing & motivated to sell this country home. Ephrata District, ClayTwp. For forms and additional pictures go to: or or


Tim Weaver Dave Stoltzfus & Steve Schuler Lic. #AY2109 Phone: 717-354-9524


President’s Day


- REAL ESTATE Clean 3 Bdrm. Split-level house and 2 sty. Horse barn/ garage w/ shop area on 1 acre lot. Nice sandstone/vinyl house w/ 1700 sq. ft., 3 bdrms. 2 full baths. Main Level: Eat in kitchen, living rm. w/ bay window, enclosed porch. Upper Level: 3 bdrms. w/ closets, full bath. Lower level: full basement (partial daylight w/ door to patio area) Ig. family rm. w/ stone fireplace, full bath, laundry rm., utility rm., and freezer/ can rm. Coal stove, radiant heat. 100 Amp. Elec. Service. Barn/ Garage: 36’x44’ 2sty. Sandstone/ frame/ vinyl barn w/ 10’x44’ forbay, large horse stall, garage area, and full 2nd floor shop area (insulated/heated) w/ O.H. door. Outbuildings: 12x16 vinyl utility bldg. and 8’x10’ diesel bldg. All an 1 acre w/ macadam drive, spacious lawns, mature shade, garden area, raspberry patch. Onsite septic & 2 wells. W. Earl Twp. CV Schools. Zoned AG. Note: Dandy 1 acre property, bordering farmland w/ ideal location. Situated along quiet country road. Minutes to Farmersville, Bareville, Leola, New Holland. Easy access to Rts. 23, 322, 772. Move-in condition. The Kings have bought property with acreage, are Inspection by appointment or relocating and serious to sell. OPEN HOUSES: SATURDAYS, Terms: 10% down, settlement on or before FEB. 2 & 9, 1-3 P.M. April 16, 2019. Ed Miller, Attys. Contact auctioneer at See more at (717) 354-9524 w/any questions. ID#25403 • 888-209-6160

Auctioneers: J. Meryl Stoltzfus (717) -629-6036 AA#005403 Wilmer Martin (717) 333-4881 AA#019644 Seller: Linley Nagy Attorney: Kling & Deibler

- Center Square/Leola Area -

REAL ESTATE PUBLIC AUCTION Nice 2 Sty., 4 Bdrm. House w/Attached Garage 20’x30’ Horse Barn/Shop

4/10 ACRE

SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 2019 AT 10:00 A.M. Location: 22 Center Square Rd., Leola, PA 17540 (West Earl Twp., Lancaster Co.) Directions: Rt. 772 North of Leola. Turn right onto Center Square Rd. OR Rt. 772 South of Brownstown, turn left onto Center Square Rd. Property on right.

REAL ESTATE - Well kept property w/4 bdrm. house, attached garage and 20’x30’ horse barn/shop on 4/10 acre. Very Nice! 2 Sty. house w/2782 sq. ft., 4 bdrms. & 2½ baths. First Floor: Kitchen w/rsd. panel cherry cabinets, dining rm., family rm., living rm. w/stone fireplace, powder rm. and laundry closet. 2nd Floor: Mstr. bdrm. w/master bath and his/her closets, 3 other bdrms. w/closets. Full bath. Lower Level: 532 sq. ft. finished area w/door to outside steps. Can/freezer/utility rm. Covered front porch, screened-in back porch, patio area. Attached 2 car garage w/attic above. Electric heat. Central AC hook-up. 200 amp elec. Outbuildings: 20’x30’ post frame barn/shop (blt. 2011) w/12’x20’ horse barn & 18’x30’ shop area (fully insulated). All on 4/10 Acre w2/macadam drives, spacious lawn, mature shade, on-site well & septic. W. Earl Twp. CV Schools. Zoned R-1. Note: Nice 4 bdrm. house in absolute move-in condition. Numerous recent updates. A “must see” property. Clean! Good location. Borders farmland. Minutes to Leola, Farmerville, Brownstown, Talmage. Easy access to Rts. 772, 23, 222, 272, etc. The Zimmermans have purchased a farmette and plan to sell. Inspection by appointment or OPEN HOUSE SATURDAYS, Feb. 16 & 23, 1-3 PM. Contact auctioneer at 717-354-9524 w/any questions. See more at ID#25403 Auctioneers: Tim Weaver Dave Stoltzfus & Steve Schuler Lic. #AY2109 Phone: 717-354-9524

Terms: 10% down, settlement on or before May 1, 2019. Ed Miller, Atty. Auction for: Larry W. & Anne Zimmerman 717-656-5487






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GOLDEN DOODLE PUPPIES. 8wks old, family raised, very friendly, $925. Call 610-286-3655

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CDL DRIVERS Local Trash and Recycling Company with normal work week Monday through Friday. Requirements: Must be 21 years of age, must have Air Brake Endorsement. Position offers a competitive salary and full benefits package. Send resume or apply in person.

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Door Department Manager

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Service Scheduler

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DONUT ROOM SUPERVISOR (2nd Shift, Experienced Only!)


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SEASONAL GREINER FARM: FIREWOOD Dry, seasoned. Delivered. 717-629-9069


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ENJOY A REWARDING CAREER HELPING TO IMPROVE THE LIVES OF OTHERS! Are you looking for a job that gives the skills, opportunities & mentorship you deserve, all while making a difference every day? If you are, please consider joining Community Services Group’s Lancaster County Team! Help us grow & enhance the lives of adults w/ Intellectual Disabilities (ID/ASD) while building relationships, assisting with activities of daily life & encouraging community inclusion. Direct Support Professionals (FT, PT, PRN) Program Specialist (FT) Licensed Practical Nurse (FT) Medical Insurance & Benefits are available for those who qualify! Apply at EOE is currently seeking individuals for CDL Class A Truck Driving Positions. Job includes deliveries and pick-ups in PA, MD, DEL, VA and NJ. Home every night. Job offers 40+ hrs/wk. Must be dependable. This is a full-time position with full benefits. Apply in person: Kirby Agri 500 Running Pump Rd., Lancaster PA

LANCASTER COUNTRY CLUB, Lancaster, PA. Work is performed onsite in the following county: Lancaster. 10 TEMP, FT Landscape Laborer positions. 4/1/19 through 11/30/19, 5:30-2:00, 40 hrs/week, OT varies, Mon-Sun, Schedule Varies; 7 Days a week. $14.67-$14.87/hr, $22.01-$22.31/hr OT, Raises at employer’s discretion. Mow, trim, rake bunkers, leaves, & debris; aerate greens & tees, lay sod, shovel, and hand water greens, tees, & approaches. Pre-employment drug testing req’d; Random drug testing during employment, Able to lift 50lbs repetitively. Perform daily physical activities, No exp required, will train. Employer may make payroll deductions at employee’s request. The employer will provide workers at no charge all tools, supplies and equipment req’d to perform the job. Initial transportation (including meals &, to the extent necessary, lodging) to the place of employment will be provided, or its cost to workers reimbursed, if the worker completes half the employment period. Return transportation will be provided if the worker completes the employment period or is dismissed early by the employer. Inquire about the job opportunity or send applications, indications of availability, and/or resumes directly to 717-392-8638, or the nearest PA SWA, PA Careerlink Lancaster County, 1016 N. Charlotte St., Lancaster, PA 17603, 717-509-5613. Refer to JO#12697946

HIRING: PRESSURE WASHING TECHS Full Time • Valid License • CLEAN Driving Record • TEACHABLE • HONEST • NOT intimidated by HARD WORK! Training: 13/Hr - Lead:18/Hr PAID HOLIDAYS CALL:717-809-4141 LANDSCAPER LOOKING For P/T Driver. Retirees Welcome. 717-687-8575 MILL MAINTENANCE- Hoober Feeds Experience helpful. Full time. Call 717-768-3216 or send resume to MIXER OPERATOR- HOOBER FEEDS, Gordonville. Full-time Experience helpful. Call 717-768-3216 or send resume to NOW HIRING DRIVER/WORKER for growing Construction Company. Immediate openings for qualified individual with positive attitude & strong work ethic. We are willing to train. Paid Holiday & Vacations offered. Call Steve 717-947-0127


Strasburg Country Store and Creamery & Strasburg Village Inn Counter Clerks, Ice Cream Makers, Store Clerks Entry Level Supervisors, Housekeeping & Front Desk Must be 16 years of age. Fri. Feb. 15th, 4pm-7pm Sat. Feb.16th, 9am-12, On-Site Interviews 1 W Main St, Strasburg Resumes encouraged. No phone calls, please.


THE AMISH VILLAGE - On Site Tour Guides All welcome to apply including students and retirees.

- Part-time Mini-Bus Driver Tour Guides We are looking for an experienced, highly motivated and goal-oriented


for our weekly newspaper publication group, serving Lancaster and Dauphin counties. This position is responsible for leading and implementing advertising initiatives to increase sales revenue both in print and online. About Us: The EPC Community Newspaper group reaches more than 400,000 homes in central Pennsylvania each week. Editorial coverage is focused on nonprofit news, community groups and organizations, local achievements and upcoming events specific to each paper’s geographical area. Advertising by local businesses makes it possible for residents to receive our papers free of charge. EPC believes in providing a venue for local dollars spent to be reinvested into the communities in which we live, work and thrive. Degree QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor’s Minimum 5 years of outside advertising sales experience is preferred 3+ years of sales management experience Proven track record of reaching and exceeding sales revenue goals Demonstrated ability to perform well in a rapidly changing environment Ability to interact with a broad set of businesses Excellent communication and presentation skills


Health plan (including vision and dental) Profit sharing/401(k) plan Paid vacation and more

Apply online at Engle Printing & Publishing Co., Inc.

- We train, good starting Salary, Flexible schedule, no evenings. Some weekends and holidays are required. Apply in person or call

717-687-8511 or email


FT PARTS RUNNER Rohrer’s has an opportunity for a Parts Runner in our Service Center. You’ll use a company vehicle to pick-up and deliver truck, auto, heavy equipment, and machinery parts and other equipment. Additional duties include inspecting and storing parts, basic maintenance and clean-up duties. Candidates must possess a valid PA driver’s license, a good driving record, be able to lift and push/pull up to 75 lbs. Previous experience or knowledge of auto, truck, and/or heavy equipment parts is a plus, but not required. We offer great benefits including health, dental, vision, disability, life, and long-term care insurance, Paid Time Off (PTO), and 401(k) w/match. Company sponsored continuing education & training as well as tuition reimbursement is available. Interested candidates can complete an application online or in person or submit a resume by email, fax, or mail. Please include your salary requirements and/or history. Visit our website at ROHRER’S INCORPORATED

EOE R030491

Route 896 (2 mi. North of Strasburg)


Must be 25 with clean driving record No CDL necessary.

PO Box 365, 70 Lititz Road, Lititz, PA 17543 Attn.: Human Resources

Fax #717-626-9425 E-mail: R031349

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PAVING WORKERS NEEDED -CDL Class A Dump Truck Driver -Equipment Operator -Skilled Laborer Paid Vacation & Holidays, Benefits, Great Pay! Apply in person at Leacock Paving 251 Old Leacock Rd, Gordonville, PA 17529 or call 717-768-7281 THE AMISH EXPERIENCE at Plain & Fancy Farm seeks fun-loving individuals to join our part-time guide and box office staff. Perfect for retirees, but all peopleoriented, friendly, outgoing candidates welcome. $10 per hour to start. Immediate raise after training. Read more about us at To apply, send resume to THE SCOTTS CO, Oxford PA has fulltime CDL Truck Driver Positions with Benefits, Health, Dental, Vision, 401K, Vacation plus more. Class A CDL, req’d 21 years of age, at least 3 years of verifiable driving experience. To apply go to click on search job, type in CDL for keyword search, Location Oxford, PA. Complete your application and upload resume.

Mechanical Trades

Seeks help with Siding Crew. Must have good driving record. 717-286-6206 WE ARE LOOKING for a driver to take employee’s to and from work. Must have ability to take 6 people 717-656-8867 ext 5 WE ARE LOOKING for F/T & P/T drivers to DriveAway our new box trucks to dealerships nationwide. TOW BONUS avail. 5yr active DL REQ., SAME day pay! Call 1-833-43-DRIVE ext. 2 or WORKER/DRIVER NEEDED on Framing Crew. Must have PA Drivers license. Gap, Narvon or surrounding areas. Call 717-442-1264

WOULD YOU LIKE TO HAVE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD REACH CHESTER, LANCASTER, YORK, AND DAUPHIN COUNTIES? Reaching over 407,000 households every week with your advertising message is significant. Call 1-800-428-4211 and ask for the "360 SPECIAL" to find out how.

Mechanical Trades MASONS & TENDERS Prevailing wages. Benefits. Start immediately. B & D Masonry, Inc Est. 35+ years 717-397-1689

Now Hiring: •Concrete Finishers •Laborers •Equipment Operators •Concrete Laborers •Pipe Layers •Truck Drivers

A&L TRIMMING, Interior Triming, Cabinet Installations, Install New Flooring 717-529-9017 Leave Message

Apply Within EOE • 717-509-4580 709 Hartman Station Road Lancaster, PA 17601

AB TRIM & CABINETS LLC, Custom Counter Tops, Cabinetry, Crown Moulding, Stairs, Trimming & More. 717-945-3269



Full Service Plumbing. WHY PAY MORE! All Your Plumbing Needs. PA 023647 Dan, 717-381-7118

CUSTOMER SERVICE. Agricultural background helpful. Hoober Feeds, Gordonville. Call 717-768-3216 or email resume to

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

Professional Hiring for F/T, P/T & Substitute Positions Contact Joan at 717-786-2624


LOST & FOUND FOUND AN ITEM...? 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





CALL EMPIRE TODAY® to schedule a FREE in-home estimate on Carpeting & Flooring. Call Today! 1-866-538-7163 CALL EMPIRE TODAY® to schedule a FREE in-home estimate on Carpeting & Flooring. Call Today! 1-866-538-7163 CD BEILER CONSTRUCTION ROOFING, DECKING, SCREENED PORCHES PA LIC. 112619, LIC & INSURED. 717-723-6576 AMISH OWNED AND OPERATED

STUMP GRINDING 717-291-6898 Lester E. Probst. Free Estimates JUST STUMPS. Quality Workmanship. TREE REMOVAL & TRIMMING 717-538-8762 (PA096932) Douglas Tree & Property Service TREE TRIMMING & REMOVAL Brush Clearing - Stump Grinding. Sunny Slope Tree Service. Family Owned & Operated Since 1996 Fully Insured PA103313 717-768-0114 EARTHWISE LANDSCAPE & TREE CARE We use modern pruning techniques for the health & safety of your trees & shrubs. Certified arborist on staff. Also removals, storm damage, & yard clean-up. 717-6262541 (PA 088021)


ITEMS WANTED 10K, 14K, 18K, STERLING. Platinum, estate jewelry, diamonds & coins. (Damaged & Scrap Gold). Single pieces or entire estates AM JEWELRY, INC, 50 S. Broad St., Lititz; 717-627-3197 AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS $$ PAYING CASH $$ for Classic & Collector Cars. 717-577-8206

This publication will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion of any advertisement.

CLOCK REPAIR Housecalls on Grandfather Clocks Clocks Bought & Sold Trager Clocks 717-786-7053


DAN THE HANDYMAN, Remodel & Repair, Electric, Plumbing, Carpentry, Bsmts, Baths. Insured, Quality Work. Reasonable Rates. Free Est. 717-682-8006. PA022116

BRITISH MOTORCYCLES WANTED Triumph, Norton, BSA, etc., running or not. I pay more. 484-252-1708, anytime.


DRYWALL & PLASTER Repair, warr. work; Prompt, clean, neat, prof. Satisfaction guar. 717-951-5077, MasterPlaster.


PA law requires Home Improvement contractors with annual billing of over $5,000 to be registered with the Attorney General’s office. This registration enables consumers to trace contractors should issues arise between you and a contractor. We encourage readers to acquire references for any contractor you consider hiring.

nt Mgr. Assist. Restaura

ALL YOUR ELECTRICAL NEEDS @ AFFORDABLE RATES. New/Old Home Wiring. Additions/Panel Upgrades, Ceilng Fans & Pool/Spa Wiring. Fully insured. Free estimates. PA010947. 717-875-7972, 717-615-1103


(focus BOH)

Int/Ext, Res/Com, 30 yrs exp. Free estimates, Fully insured Eric, 717-615-6442 PA 116089

PAINTING DONE RIGHT Interiors. Exteriors. Detailed clean custom painting services. Res/Com. Refs. PA126393 717-286-5464 Many other related services, just ask!

Applications available at our website or 2900 Oregon Pike, Lititz, PA

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SICK AND TIRED OF BEING SICK AND TIRED OF MONEY WORRIES? Tired of living paycheck to paycheck? Tired of collectors calling? Expecting a tax return? Financial coaching can make the most overwhelming, YOUR situation bearable. Contact NOW! 717-353-6655

READ YOUR AD THE FIRST WEEK IT APPEARS. This publication will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion of any advertisement.

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.

For Rent BIRD-IN-HAND AREA DRIVE In Barn Space For Storage,.20ft X 40ft, $225/mo. Call 717-768-7243

HELP WANTED • Roofing • Siding Installer


30 year business has two positions with paid holidays & vacation pay commensurate with experience. Valid driver’s license required.

Great Location!

R & L Siding 3835 Yost Road, Gordonville, PA 17529

Wanted WE BUY HOUSES & APARTMENT BUILDINGS Any Condition. Tired of being a landlord? Cash out today! No Realtor Fees. Fast Easy Cash Settlement! 717-598-2661

Manufactured Housing BUY DIRECT Unbelievable prices. Hunting Cabin & Landlord Specials, New & Used Doublewides & Singlewides $9900 717-875-1288

717-285-4555 EAST LAMPETER 2BR cond, bath & 1/2 , first floor unit, totally remodeled, c/a, screen porch, includes w/s/t mow & snow also pool during season, no smoking/pets, $1150. 717-464-3594

RWPM - 717-399-0100 Millersville 40 Manor Ave. 3BR semi-detached...........................$995 Lancaster Twp. 151 Riverside Ave. 4BR Semi-detached.................$1150 Millersville 104 Manor Ave. 3BR Semi-detached, garage...........$1095 Columbia 130 N 4th 1BR..........$675 Columbia 130 N 4th 2BR..........$825 Manheim Twp. 689 Royal View Dr. 3BR 2.BA, 1 car gar Twhse......$1595 East Petersburg 6040 Pine St. Semi-detached 3BR 1.5BA 1 car garage across from park..........$995 Manheim 101 S Charlotte 2BR.$725 Marietta 589 E. Market 2BR......$825 Also Great Houses & Apartments Available in Lancaster City STRASBURG BORO, 1BR, $675/mo. & 2BR, $785/ mo. Includes S/W/T, Off Street Parking. No pets. Sec. Dep. Req. 717-575-3091

Looking For A Home?

HOMESITES FOR YOUR MANUFACTURED HOME FOR RENT! 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


AUTOS FOR SALE 14FT BOX TRAILER For Sale Call 717-768-7243 2006 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN, 7 pass, dk. blue, V-6, AT, PS, PW, cruise, AC not working, CD/DVD player. 176,700 mi. Under floor storage, fold down rear seat, newer rear tires. $2900. 717-568-2601 CASH FOR YOUR UNWANTED CAR & TRUCK. Any condition. PA licensed & insured dealer. 717-350-1208, anytime. (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

Use The Classifieds TOBACCA SHED & BARN For Storage Take one or both. Boats, Construction, Trailers, Etc. Strasburg/ Lancaster Area . $375 ea or $700 both. 717-687-0775

For Sale 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

AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES $100-$5,000 PAID for unwanted or junk autos. Free same day removal. All paperwork taken care of legally. PA licensed and insured. Call anytime 717-989-6980. $50-$1000 CASH PAID ON ALL VEHICLES Serving York & Lancaster. 24/7 service. Call anytime 717-515-2607 GOT TOYOTA? ALL TOYOTAS Parts, Repairs, Sales, Srvc. New, Oem, Used, Aftm. Weikle’S + save 717-417-2726 YAKIMA BASELINE ROOF rack system, $275. Fits Honda Civics and Fits, older Accords and Mazdas. New condition, never used, 717-824-6144


Wanted WANTED 8-12 ACRES at $1200 an Acre if sewer available. $1500 an Acre for possible park for veterans or families. Please call Lloyd Rutt 717-538-6444 or 717-625-2062

BRITISH MOTORCYCLES WANTED Triumph, Norton, BSA, etc., running or not. I pay more. 484-252-1708, anytime. CASH PAID FOR ATV’s, ATC’s, Motorcycles, 2, 3 or 4 Wheelers, Any Year, Running Or Not. Please Call 610-656-3158

The Auto Hut

Muscle Car Repair & Restoration

30 Years Exp.

50’x50’ & 35’x35’


Call For Interview: 717-354-0041

COLUMBIA – 2BR Apt $850 ELIZABETHTOWN – 2 BR Apt $825 LITITZ – 2 BR Townhouse $950 MILLERSVILLE AREA 4+ BR $2,600 MOUNTVILLE - 1 BR Loft $895 MOUNT JOY – 2 BR Semi $750 WEST HEMPFIELD – 1 BR Apt $815 View All our Listings & Apply On-Line

AT SUSQUEHANNA COIN, Willow Valley Square, our 37th year paying top pricesfor gold, silver, coins, jewelry, sterling, etc. 717-464-4016.

Warehouse Space


For Rent

Paying very competitive prices.

CLOCK DOCTOR All Fine Clocks Cleaned, Oiled, Repaired. We Make House Calls! Free Pick-Up & Delivery! Call: 717-768-3844

•HEATING •COOLING •PLUMBING Repairs & Installation of gas & oil heating systems. A/C, water heaters, & more! Honest w/ reasonable rates. Lic. & Insured Dan 717-419-8628 or 610-513-4054

ok FT/P T AM Line Co r Exp. Housekeepe ier/ PM/Wknd. Cash Parcel Pick Up



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• Restoration & Repair of ‘60s & ‘70s Muscle Cars • Insurance Estimates

Ideal for Construction Crews, Car Mechanics or Storage Space. Call

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717-989-2196 R030858

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