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Columbia Public Library, 24 S. Sixth St., will hold a Family Movie Night on Wednesday, May 22, at 6 p.m. “Mary Poppins Returns” will be shown in the conference room. Technical difficulties in April required the library to reschedule the event. The movie will be shown on a new projection system.
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CEF Golf Outing To Benefit Local Students
will present a concert at Grace Baptist Church, 3920 E. Prospect Road, York, on Sunday, May 19, at 6:30 p.m. New Song Community Choir includes approximately 40 singers representing 19 churches in the southern York County area. The concert is free to the public. A freewill offering will be accepted. For information, readers may contact 717-755-0091 or gracebaptist email@example.com.
Jewish Family Services (JFS) of Lancaster will present a program on “Hate in Lancaster County” on Sunday, June 2, at 7 p.m. in the sanctuary of Congregation Shaarai Shomayim, 75 E. James St., Lancaster. The program is free and open to the public. The program will address the Lancaster community’s response to hatred directed at individuals and groups in Lancaster County. A reception will follow the program in the temple’s social hall.
The Lancaster County Bird Club, in cooperation with Middle Creek WildlifeManagement Area (MCWMA) and the Pennsylvania Game Commission, will hold a photo contest sponsored by Len Eiserer, author of “The American Robin: A Backyard Institution.” The subject is “Birds of Lancaster or Lebanon Counties.” In addition to the winning photographs, an award for the best photo taken at MCWMA will be included. Cash prizes will be awarded. The deadline is Thursday, Aug. 1. For details, visit www.lancasterbirdclub.org under Special Programs or contact Barbara Hunsberger at 717-984-2738 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
handcrafting a quilt from shirts for the auction for the past several years. To register for the golf tournament or just for the luncheon, interested individuals may contact CEF golf committee member Tracy Arndt at 717468-6112 or email@example.com. The annual golf outing is one of several fundraisers sponsored by the CEF, whose mission is to provide support and resources to the teachers and staff of the Columbia Borough School District (CBSD) and to enhance the learning experiences and educational opportunities for all students in the school district. A nonprofit volunteer organization, CEF procures funding through grants, individual and corporate donations, and tax-credit opportunities to support creative and innovative education strategies for students beyond what the school district’s budget can provide. See CEF Golf Outing pg 10
Columbia Education Foundation golf committee members (from left) Danielle Reinhard, Amy Redding, Tracy Arndt, Ken Haverstick, Jack Gamby, and Tori Davis are seeking sponsors, donations, and participants for the 14th annual golf outing to be held on July 26.
Recounting History At The Last Ride Kreutz Creek Library Is Growing! By Chelsea Peifer
The grounds of the historic Mount Bethel Cemetery, 700 Locust St., Columbia, will welcome a variety of vehicles for The Last Ride on Saturday, May 18. Vintage and specialty hearses, flower cars, limousines, ambulances, and other service vehicles will be on display for the public to view and learn about from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is free. According to Mount Bethel Cemetery Company president Jane Moore, the majority of the vehicles in the annual show belong to members of the Mohnton Professional Car Club, a
The public is invited to attend a free specialty car show at Mount Bethel Cemetery in Columbia from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on May 18. Proceeds from the event will support the maintenance and preservation of the historic property and its cottage and memorials. social club for those interested in hearses and other service vehicles. See The Last Ride pg 10
This year, Kreutz Creek Library, 66 Walnut Springs Road, Hellam, is celebrating its 40th anniversary serving the residents of eastern York County and beyond. Since 1979, the library has served the community from a 1,200square-foot FEMA trailer. More than 40,000 visitors were welcomed through the small library’s doors in 2018. The library had originally considered constructing a new building to provide more space. However, in March, Hellam Township supervisors voted to construct a new township facility on their Walnut Street campus and to allow
the library to use their current municipal building. The library will grow more than seven times in size when it moves from its 1,200-square-foot FEMA trailer into the adjacent 8,800-square-foot Hellam Township building. Friends of See Kreutz Creek Library pg 9
Kreutz Creek Library director Susan Nenstiel (pictured) and other staff members are preparing for a new, expanded building. Area residents are encouraged to stop by the library to learn more about the building campaign projects.
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On Friday, July 26, the Columbia Education Foundation (CEF) will hold its 14th annual golf outing at the Cool Creek Golf Club, 300 Cool Creek Road, Wrightsville. The outing will tee off at 7:30 a.m. for a challenging game of golf, including many contests such as longest drive, closest to the pin, and the all-time favorite hole-in-one, where golfers will have the chance to win a car from Susquehanna Dodge. Following the golf outing, participants will have the opportunity to enjoy a chicken barbecue meal at the Columbia Borough Fire Department, 726 Manor St., Columbia. At the chicken barbecue luncheon, attendees will also have the opportunity to enter to win several giveaways. A variety of prizes will be auctioned off as well, including the perennially popular Columbia High School T-shirt quilt. Columbia resident Jodi Croft has been
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Fire Company Plans Mountville Days Carnival By Dayna M. Reidenouer
they’re back this year, and it’ll be our biggest display ever,” said Mountville Fire Company deputy chief Andrew Kalbach. Folks who watch the fireworks, which will be set off on Friday, May 17, beginning around 8:30 p.m., will hopefully notice a difference. Duquin noted that the fire company hired a different group to handle the fireworks, and that business uses a computerdriven deployment system. Folks may bring chairs or blankets to sit and watch the
“We’re one of the few carnivals left in Lancaster County,” said Mountville Days committee chair Bryan Duquin Jr. In contrast to the other events that petered out, the Mountville Days carnival is growing and improving, he said, adding, “We have new vendors. We’re trying to bring in more local family-owned businesses.” “We had no fireworks last year, but
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fireworks. Saturday, May 18, has been set as the rain date. The fireworks are just one aspect of Mountville Days, which is an annual event run by the Mountville Fire Company. It is held at Froelich Park, 350 W. Main St., Mountville. This year’s event will take place on Wednesday and Thursday, May 15 and 16, from 6 to 9 p.m., as well as on May 17 and 18 from 5 to 11 p.m. There will be rides, concessions, vendors, face painting, a midway, games, and a disc jockey every day. On May 15 and 16, wristbands for unlimited rides will be available for purchase. During all four days, rides may be purchased a la carte. The food available at Mountville Days will be provided by local brick-and-mortar eateries as well as food trucks and caterers. The offerings will include hot dogs, burgers, chicken fingers, soft pretzels, fries, funnel cake, cotton candy, ice cream, and smoothies, as well as beverages. “It’s a fun time that families can have together and support the fire company and local businesses and organizations,” said fire company chaplain Jimmy Fannin. Parking will be available by donation.
Signs will direct drivers to the parking lot off Fridy Street. Handicapped-accessible parking will be located at Trinity Reformed United Church of Christ, 450 W. Main St., Mountville. The organizers are hoping for clear skies during Mountville Days. If it rains too much, the event will be canceled. Updates will be posted on the Mountville Fire Company No. 1 Facebook page. “We were set up to have a really good year (last year),” Kalbach recalled. He noted that unfortunately, rain put a kibosh on the fun. “It’s our only fundraiser. We run on donations, with contributions from Mountville borough and West Hempfield Township.” Mountville Fire Company’s first due is the borough of Mountville, approximately 25 percent of West Hempfield Township, and a small portion of East Hempfield Township. Every household in the first due should have received a postcard with coupons for discounted wristbands. Those who do not have a postcard may visit the “2019 Mountville Days Carnival” event page on Facebook or
The Mountville Fire Company will host the annual Mountville Days carnival at Froelich Park in Mountville on May 15 to 18. www.mountvillefire.com/carnival for a special promotional offer. In 2018, the fire company responded to 302 calls for assistance. In 2019, the company has responded to vehicle accidents, automatic fire alarms, and nearly a dozen fires. “We’re here 100 percent of the time to help (the community),” Kalbach commented. New members are always welcome to join the Mountville Fire Company.
Interested individuals may apply at www.jointheFD.com, or they may stop by the fire station, 26 N. Lemon St., Mountville, on any Monday evening. The fire company holds its general meeting on the second Monday of the month at 7:30 p.m., and it hosts training classes on the other Mondays. For more information about the Mountville Days carnival, readers may email MountvilleDays@MountvilleFire.com.
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The Lancaster Symphony Orchestra will present “Shostakovich Triumphant,” the final concert of its 72nd season, on Saturday, May 18, at the Winter Center in Millersville. percussion instruments. Shostakovich was 19 when he began composing music. His career spanned a timeframe similar to the reign of Stalin, and artists of this era were severely punished, even executed, if their craft was perceived as going against the views and parameters set forth by the Communist Party. Shostakovich’s opera “Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District” received public criticism from Stalin, causing Shostakovich to fear his career, and even his life, would end. Shostakovich
pressed on with composing, and about a year after the Stalin criticism, he debuted a new work, his Symphony No. 5. Reflecting a much more conservative approach than his previous works, the symphony met with approval. A turning point in Shostakovich’s career, the premier of the Fifth Symphony reportedly had a standing ovation that lasted over 30 minutes. To purchase tickets to the Lancaster Symphony Orchestra concert, readers may call the box office at 717-291-4420 or visit www.lancastersymphony.org.
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The Lancaster Symphony Orchestra will present “Shostakovich Triumphant,” the group’s sixth and final concert of its 72nd season, on Saturday, May 18, at the Winter Center at Millersville University at 3 and 8 p.m. The Winter Center is located at 60 W. Cottage Ave., Millersville. The concert will include the Aram Khachaturian’s “Waltz” from the “Masquerade Suite,” Russell Peck’s “The Glory and the Grandeur” and Dimitri Shostakovich’s Fifth Symphony. Khachaturian is considered one of the leading Soviet composers and the most well-known Armenian composer of the 20th century. He was born in 1903 to poor Armenian parents in present-day Georgia and grew up with little formal music training until age 18 when he enrolled in the Gnessin Musical Institute. He studied cello, composition and biology, and he was awarded many prestigious awards and privileges for his compositions, which predominantly exhibited folk Armenian flavors. Khachaturian was known as one of the “three titans of Soviet music,” along
CHI St. Joseph Children’s Health has awarded Family First Health a $100,000 grant to add dental care for children and families to Family First Health’s services in Columbia. The grant is accompanied by a donation of 12 full dental suites of equipment, including chairs, lab tools, X-ray equipment, and more worth in excess of $800,000. A Federally Qualified Health Center, Family First Health provides care in Adams, Lancaster, and York counties. The grant is designated for renovation and occupancy costs for a Columbia Borough location providing dental services, and the equipment donated must be used in Columbia. This agreement highlights the next evolution of CHI St. Joseph Children’s Health’s commitment to serving the health needs of children and families across Lancaster County. Along with supporting Family First Health’s dental services growth in Columbia, CHI St. Joseph Children’s Health is also expanding behavioral health service offerings across the community. Within Columbia Borough, CHI St. Joseph Children’s Health continues to offer children’s health education programming and wellness programming through the Healthy Columbia Project, and it will open the new St. John Neumann School for Children and Families child care
center in Columbia next year. The former dental center is being renovated to allow for future growth of CHI St. Joseph Children’s Health’s behavioral health services to the borough. To learn more about CHI St. Joseph Children’s Health, readers may visit www.CHIstjosephchildrenshealth.org. Columbia will become the fourth community where Family First Health offers both primary medical and dental care. Family First Health currently offers primary medical care for children and adults at 369 Locust St. in Columbia. The dental care site will be at 430 Walnut St. as the anchor tenant of the former Columbia Sewing Factory. The nonprofit will serve both children and adults at its Columbia dental practice. For more information about Family First Health, readers may visit www.familyfirsthealth.org. Pictured on front:
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Produce Voucher Program Announced The York County Area Agency on Aging (YCAAA), in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, will again offer the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program to eligible York County seniors. The program provides $20 in vouchers to eligible seniors to buy fresh fruit and vegetables from participating local farm markets. York County residents are eligible to participate if they are age 60 or older by Tuesday, Dec. 31, and have a 2019 total gross annual household income at or below $23,107 for a single person or $31,284 for a couple. All income is included when calculating total gross income. Proof of age and York County residency must be presented to obtain vouchers. A couple may each receive a voucher if their combined total income is within the income requirements. 2019 proxy forms are required for eligible seniors authorizing someone else to pick up the vouchers for them. Powers of attorney and spouses must also use a proxy form. Identification for the senior and the proxy is required. The 2019 proxy form is available
at most senior centers, the York County Area Agency on Aging office at 100 W. Market St., York, or from the Forms and Documents page at www.ycaaa.org. One individual may not pick up vouchers for more than four people. Individuals are eligible to receive the vouchers only once per calendar year. The vouchers can be redeemed between Saturday, June 1, and Saturday, Nov. 30, on fruits and vegetables grown in Pennsylvania. Residents of nursing homes, personal care homes, or any residential facility where meals are provided are not eligible to receive vouchers. Vouchers will be distributed from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., unless otherwise noted, at several York County locations for as long as supplies last. Vouchers will be distributed in May at Calvary United Methodist Church, 11 N. Richland Ave., York, on Monday, May 20; Northeastern Senior Community Center, 131 Center St., Mount Wolf, on Tuesday, May 21; South Central York County Senior Center, 150 E. Main St., New Freedom, on Thursday, May 23; Yorktown Senior
Center, 509 Pacific Ave., York, on Tuesday, May 28; Stewartstown Senior Center, 26 S. Main St., Stewartstown, on Wednesday, May 29; Heritage Senior Center, 3700 Davidsburg Road, Dover, on Thursday, May 30; and Crispus Attucks Association, 605 S. Duke St., York, on Friday, May 31. Vouchers will be distributed in June at Susquehanna Area Senior Center, 2427 Craley Road, Wrightsville, on Monday, June 3; Delta Area Senior Center, 5 Pendyrus St., Suite 1, Delta, on Tuesday, June 4; Windy Hill on the Campus, 1472 Roth’s Church Road, Spring Grove, on Wednesday, June 5; Golden Connections Community Center, 20-C Gotham Place, Red Lion, on Thursday, June 6; and White Rose Senior Center, 27 S. Broad St., York, on Tuesday, June 25, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. In July, vouchers will be available at Hanover Council of Churches, 136 Carlisle St., Hanover, on Tuesday, July 9; Red Land Senior Center, 736 Wyndamere Road, Lewisberry, on Thursday, July 11; Whitecomb’s Farm Market, 2410 Roosevelt Ave., York, on Monday, July 15; Brown’s
Orchards at the pavilion, 8892 Susquehanna Trail South, Loganville, on Tuesdays, July 16 and Aug. 20; Flinchbaugh’s Orchards at the pavilion, 110 Ducktown Road, York, on Thursday, July 18; Dillsburg Senior Center, 1 N. Second St, Dillsburg, on Tuesday, July 23; York Central Market, 34 W. Philadelphia St., York, on Thursday, July 25, from 9 to 11 a.m.; Calvary Bible Church, 603 Wilson Ave., Hanover, on Monday, July 29; and Aldersgate United
Methodist Church, 397 Tyler Run Road, York, on Tuesday, July 30. Voucher distribution in August will take place at Golden Connections Community Center, 20-C Gotham Place, Red Lion, on Thursday, Aug. 1; Manchester Township Municipal Office, 3200 Farmtrail Road, York, on Thursday, Aug. 8; White Rose Senior Center, 27 S. Broad St., York, on Tuesday, Aug. 13; Springettsbury Township Municipal Office, 1501 Mount Zion Road,
York, on Wednesday, Aug. 21; and West Manchester Township Municipal Office, 380 E. Berlin Road, York, on Wednesday, Aug. 28. Vouchers will also be distributed at the York County Area Agency on Aging booth at the 50plus EXPO held at York Expo Center, Memorial Hall East, on Wednesday, Sept. 25, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Anyone requiring further information may contact Cindy at the YCAAA at 717-771-9610.
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May Fair from pg 1 The Canadochly Elementary PTO will hold its annual May Fair on Saturday, May 18, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the school grounds at 100 Abels Road in East Prospect. The fair will be held rain or shine. The May Fair will include a number of fun events and attractions such as games, giveaway drawings, a disc jockey, plenty of food, many activity/club vendors, a used book sale, face painting, balloon twisting, cake walks, a Scholastic book fair, and bounce houses (weather permitting). Game players can cash in tokens and choose from a variety of prizes, including many summer fun toys. Attendees may also purchase tickets for a
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Tide Softball Wins Last Game of the Season xby Sam Valentin
The Columbia girl’s softball team dropped their final section game of the season to Lancaster Mennonite on Wednesday, May 8th. They did,
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Columbia’s Hallie McCoy runs down a Lancaster Mennonite fly ball during a Section Four contest at Mennonite last Wednesday.
Tide second baseman Melanie Rodriguez tosses the ball to first for the out after fielding a Blazer ground ball in Columbia’s 10-0, Section Four loss at Lancaster Mennonite last Wednesday.
however, right the ship and ended the year on a positive note, defeating York School of Technology 10-9 on May 10. The offensive side of the game has been the struggle all year for the Tide. They lost 10-0 and Emily Waugh was once again handed the ball as the starter. She ended the game with one punch out and three walks while unfortunately getting hit with the loss. The talented freshman has been the workhorse in the circle for the Tide as she has started over half their games while only picking up one win on the season. She has recorded 41 strikeouts on the year. In non-league action Thursday afternoon, the girls defeated York School of Technology at home. Waugh got the start, striking out eight in the process. The ladies did their damage late in the game putting up four runs in the sixth and seventh innings. They even needed extra innings to decide the contest which ultimately saw the Tide come out on top. So they walked off their last game of the season to end on a high note. The young squad ended the year 3-15 in the section and 4-15 overall. They finished fifth in the Section Four standings only ahead of a winless Lebanon Catholic. They were
three games away from catching Lancaster Mennonite. BASEBALL It was a gorgeous afternoon for some baseball as the Tide traveled to Lancaster Mennonite Monday May 6th. Zac Nikolaus got the ball for Columbia and pitched a gem only allowing two runs in a 9-3 victory. The rest of the team followed his lead. The Tide got rolling early as Ryan Redding singled, stole second and later scored on a wild pitch. Nikolaus made the bottom frame look easy, as he did much of day, by striking out the side. He followed it up with a quick 1-2-3 second inning. He did surrender a few walks but he came out unscathed. “The bats have been inconsistent but lately we have been heating up,” head coach Brandon Robinson said. The bats really broke out in the fourth when Matt McCleary walked. Then, after two quick outs David Hershey hit his second double on the day bringing in Mcleary. Matt Gambler then doubled into left center field to score Hershey. Mathew Derr walked to
extend the inning. Nikolaus helped his cause with an RBI single and also stole a bag. Redding stayed hot with a single that brought in two runs. Collin McCartey doubled to bring in Redding and McCleary picked up his second walk of the inning. Columbia scored six runs in the inning while batting around giving themselves a 7-1 lead they would not relinquish. The Tide also put up two runs in the next inning when Nikolaus connected with a bloop single that scored Hershey and Gambler. 9-1 Tide. They ended the game with 13 hits and only gave up three runs on five hits as Nikolaus and Redding truly led the way both on the mound and in the batters box. Nikolaus ended the day with eight strikeouts while Redding recorded four while giving up a single run in game they easily won 9-3. They also got in done with the stick as well with Redding going 3-4 with three steals and 2 RBI’s, Nikolaus brought in three runs and Hershey went 3-4 on the day with a RBI. This gave them their sixth section win
of the year and their seventh win overall which is a huge improvement from last year when they did not win at all. They finished with eight wins overall as they knocked off York School of Technology 8-3 at home on May 9th to wrap up their season. “The kids are just playing with a lot of effort and heart this year,” Robinson said. “Getting out of that losing mentality and getting that winning mentality.” Robinson credits the players with simply changing their mentalities. They now have a winning mentality and it really started from other sports because football and basketball also started winning. Being a smaller school in the county means most athletes play multiple sports, seven of them being a part of the baseball team. He also praises the boys for working hard in the offseason and coming in prepared, and focused ready to produce. Although he knows they were not always consistent, Robinson thinks they surprised people and will continue to do so in the future. He looks forward to seeing the See Tide pg 6
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Columbia’s Devinee Tucker takes the throw at third base as shortstop Kamron Andrews backs up Tide first baseman Emily Sumpman hustles to a Blazer bunt during last Wednesday’s Section Four the play in last Wednesday’s Section Four contest at Lancaster Mennonite. game at Lancaster Mennonite.
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Knights Push K-D Despite 3-2 Loss by Eric Pyles
The 2109 season officially came to a close on May 7th for the Eastern York boys’ volleyball team and the Golden Knights saved their best for last. The result was a loss but Eastern pushed Kennard-Dale to the limit before falling 3-2. With a 25-21 opening set victory and a 25-14 fourth set win the Golden Knights were able to extend the match to a decisive fifth set for the first time all season. Unfortunately, the Rams claimed that set, 15-13, securing KD’s win after backto-back 25-22 victories in the second and third sets. Brady Bixler and Nolan Reichard were at the forefront of the attack with Reichard dishing out 21 assists to go with six kills while Bixler had 15 kills and two assists. The pair helped with the defensive side as well with matching five dig efforts and a combined nine blocks, six by Bixler. Jake Kennell offered 13 digs, three kills, two blocks and an assist with Nick Spotts posting a team high 16 digs. Devyn Sanders chipped in with 10 assists and seven digs. Eastern York’s second to last match was a 3-0 loss to Susquehannock on the 2nd. The Golden Knights were unable to avoid the sweep but they made the Warriors work for the 25-18, 25-19 and 26-24 wins. Reichard posted a team high 12 assists with Bixler and Spotts matching that tally in digs. Bixler added a team high 10 kills to go
with four blocks, one ace and one assist while Reichard finished with five digs, four kills, two blocks and a team high two aces. Sanders collected five assists, three digs and one block with Spotts adding two kills to his 12 digs. BASEBALL The baseball team’s march to the postseason hit a bump on May 6th with a 7-5 loss to Kennard-Dale that snapped a three-game winning streak and left the Golden Knights with an 11-6 record. They did find the going smoother on the 8th with a walk-off victory over West York bumping their record to 12-6 overall, good enough for seventh place in the District 3-4A rankings. If the rankings hold until becoming official on May 16th the Golden Knights would host West Perry on the 20th in a first-round tilt. As for the loss to KD, it appeared that Eastern was on their way to a win after a three-run spurt in the top of the sixth put them up 3-2. Jacob Bardo pushed the first run across with the popular based loaded hit-by-pitch RBI. Bren Taylor knotted the game at 2-2 when he stole home and Quinton McNew put his squad up with a fielder’s choice RBI that also counted as the second out of the inning. The Rams countered with a five-run bottom half to regain the lead, 7-3. Taylor mounted another charge in the seventh with a one out double to left that cut Kennard-Dale’s lead to two runs but the Golden Knights could not
continue their rally as KD forced two quick outs to end the game. Evan Rishell covered five and two third innings before hitting his pitch limit allowing Owen Shimmel to cover the final one third of an inning. Rishell had six strikeouts and four walks and was on the hook for five of KD’s runs. Eastern York regained their winning swagger on the 8th with that walk-off win over Division III leading West York. Bardo provided the heroics with a walk off single that scored Taylor who had knotted the game at 4-4 two batters prior. While Bardo gave Eastern their last lead, it was Emmit Silar that gave Eastern their first with a first inning fielder’s choice. The Golden Knights picked up a second run in the frame thanks to a Bulldog error. West York provided the game’s first tie with a two-run top of the third but Eastern York moved right back in front with a McNew sacrifice fly in the bottom half of the inning. McNew ended up with the win despite throwing just three pitches after relieving Shimmel who had reached his pitch limit in the top of the seventh. That meant that Shimmel’s day ended with a no decision after pitching six and two thirds innings. He allowed all six West York hits and all four of their runs but added five strikeouts with
just one walk. GIRLS’ LACROSSE The girl’s lacrosse team moved one step closer to the end of the regular season with their May 2nd battle with South Western. The Lady Golden Knights suffered a 19-11 setback despite seven goals from Addy Malone. Summer Breen finished with three saves while Regan Young, Victoria Zerbe, Haley Holtzinger and Ellie Lippy finished out the scoring with one goal apiece. TRACK On Friday May 3rd the Golden Knight track and field team welcomed nine other teams to Wrightsville for the Battle for the Bridge Invitational. Both sides performed well with the Lady Golden Knights outpacing the boy’s side in podium finishes, 13-12 while the boy’s collected more top three hardware by a 5-4 count. The boy’s push was fronted by Demonte Martin and his hurdle prowess. The senior captured gold in the 110H with a time of 14.97 and nabbed bronze in the 300H with a time of 41.80. Martin added a fourthplace finish in the high jump to his day. Drake Brown also picked up a gold with a toss of 139-1 in the discus. Weston McLain gave the Golden
Knights two throwing medals with a third-place throw of 147-10 in the javelin. Tyrel Emig secured the final top three finish, collecting bronze in the 800m with a time of 2:04.90. Tyler Druck clocked in just over five seconds later to take seventh. Hailu Barrow cleared 9-6 in the pole vault to finish in a fourth-place tie with Solanco’s Marci Revoloria-Morales while Dylan Zurin ended up fifth in the long jump with a top distance of 18-8.75. Gavin Johnson picked up the final medal in the field with a sixth-place finish in the triple jump. Bryce Currier claimed eighth in the 400m (55.76) while James Johnson took seventh in the 200m (24.74). For the Lady Golden Knights three athletes accounted for nine of their 13 podium finishes. Sarah Moore led the way with four, all coming in the field. Her top finish was sixth with a throw of 27-2.5 in the shot put. She added eighth place finishes in the discus (8011) and javelin (80-10) to go with her seventh-place finish in the high jump. Emily Smith secured one of Eastern’s two bronze medals with a toss of 96-2 in the javelin. She added a fourthplace finish in the discus with a top throw of 94-8. Maya Stump rounded
out Eastern York’s top trio. She picked up Eastern’s second bronze with a 310.5 in the triple jump and their lone silver by clearing 4-8 in the high jump. Stump’s final podium finish came in the pole vault where she finished in a four-way tie for eighth along with Mia Shrom and two others. Olivia McLain brought home the Lady Golden Knights lone gold medal with a 5:19.67 in the 1600m while Emily Hoyer and Cassidy Shetter made it five different events with multiple medals. The pair did their work in the 100m where Hoyer finished fifth (13.53) and Shetter seventh (13.76). SOFTBALL The Eastern York softball team saw their five-game winning streak snapped on May 8th with a 9-1 loss to New Oxford. Maelynn Leber took the loss, allowing seven of the Lady Colonials runs on 10 hits and one walk. She tallied all six of Eastern’s strikeouts after covering the first five innings. Analise Fenwick pitched the final two innings and surrendered the final two runs on three hits. Gillian Toomey plated Eastern’s lone run with a double in the fourth but New Oxford followed with a three See Knights pg 6
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Eastern York’s winning streak reached five games with a 10-0 victory over Susquehannock on the run fifth that turned the 4-1 lead into 6th that secured the Lady Golden a 7-1 cushion before a two run sixth Knights the Division II title and a berth in the YAIAA playoffs that finished the scoring.
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We will try to get 14 wins and make districts. “We were goal oriented this year and we didn’t make districts but to get to eight wins that is huge,” Robinson said of the season in review. The wins placed them fourth in Section Four ahead of Lebanon Catholic and Lancaster Mennonite while being just one game being Pequea Valley.
Lady Shamrock runs fell under the unearned column. BOYS’ LACROSSE The boy’s lacrosse team closed their regular season with a 1-1 stretch that put their overall record at 8-8, good enough for 10th in the final District 3-2A rankings. That sets up another game with York Suburban in the opening round of the district playoffs that kick off May 14th where Eastern hopes to reverse the previous outcome, a 16-10 loss back on April 4th. Eastern got the loss out of the way first, falling to South Western by a 19-12 count. Gavin Evans led the way with four goals and two assists while Cayden Michael tacked on three goals and an assist. Bryce Henise and Jake Crumling finished with matching two goal, two assist games while Rylan Emlet picked up the final score. Kade Wiley turned away eight shots. The Golden Knights rebounded by closing out the regular season with a 11-7 victory over Daniel Boone on the 8th. Michael netted the lone hat trick while Henise added three assists to two scores. Evans, Crumling and Gage Barton Photo by Vaughn Brown wrapped up the scoring with two Timothy Leaman slaps a wingoals each. Emlet and Torin Young ner for Eastern during last Tuesday’s YAIAA match with dished out one assist apiece. Wiley netted 10 saves to secure the win. visiting Kennard-Dale.
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boys play summer ball and building off this season as all of his starters are sophomores or juniors. “We will try to carry it over to their junior and senior seasons,” Robinson said of having higher expectations for next year. “I already set the goal for next year.
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comes with it. Eastern plated eight of their 10 runs in the top of the fifth to enact the mercy rule. Leber earned the win for her efforts on the mound as well as posting a three hit, three RBI game at the plate. Her work in the circle included three strikeouts and one walk with just two hits allowed. Her day at the plate included three singles with a third inning hit kickstarting the scoring. She picked up her final two RBIs in her second at bat of the fifth with help from a Susquehannock error. McKenzie Buchmyer also picked up two RBIs in the fifth, doing so with a single to center that made it 6-0. Morgan Winter’s lone RBI of her three-hit game also came in the fifth and made it 8-0. A few days prior, the Lady Golden Knights topped Trinity 7-2. Leber put on another show, this time collecting five RBIs with a two home run game. Her first blast came in the bottom of the first, accounting for Eastern’s first two runs. Her second homer came in the fourth and capped the Lady Golden Knights scoring. Katie Lehman picked up Eastern York’s only other RBI with a third inning sac fly that pushed the lead to 4-1. Leber also pitched all seven innings and tallied 13 strikeouts with just two walks to earn the win. She scattered four hits and allowed two runs but both the
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“Methodists love to sing,” commented Elaine Savukas, historian and longtime member of St. Paul’s United Methodist Church (UMC), 100 W. Main St., Mountville, explaining why the kickoff of the celebration of the congregation’s 175th anniversary will include lots of congregational singing. “Our church has evolved from three separate denominations - United Brethren in Christ, Evangelical United Brethren, and Methodist - and the hymns that we will be singing that day represent all three,” said St. Paul’s music coordinator Betty Simora. The kickoff to a yearlong celebration of the anniversary will be a worship service on Sunday, May 19, at 10 a.m. An instrumental ensemble will perform a prelude beginning at 9:45 a.m. Throughout the service, the chancel choir will sing an anthem; the chime choir will play a medley of songs honoring the congregation’s German heritage, as early services were conducted in both English and German; and the congregation will sing several hymns dated from 1846 to 1913. “These are hymns our congregation loves,” Simora said, listing “Church in the Wildwood,” “The Church’s One Foundation,” and “Fairest Lord Jesus” as those slated to be sung. The service will also include remarks by four pastors who previously served at
St. Paul’s. The Rev. John Lynch, the Rev. Art Rettew, the Rev. Ted Mefford, and the Rev. Janet Steger will reflect on their times with the congregation. District superintendent Bumkoo Chung will offer a blessing, and the current pastor, the Rev. James Cavallero, will preside. Nursery care will be available during the service. Following the service, a catered meal will be served in the fellowship hall. There is a cost, and reservations are required by calling the church at 717-285-5020. During the meal, 30 people who have been members of St. Paul’s for more than 50 years will be recognized, and a time capsule from the 150th anniversary will be opened. Savukas, who will be one of the honorees, said that she remembers boys shooting spit balls from the balcony in the sanctuary during Sunday school. Another longtime member, Wendy Weitzel, recalls the live Nativity St. Paul’s used to hold outside when she was a child. Both Savukas and lay leader John Hostetter Jr. have memories of the steeple and the meeting that took place in 1991 when it needed repairs. “After several hours when they couldn’t figure out how to lower the cost, I went to the copier, ran off a picture of the church, then cut out a chunk of the steeple, and made a copy of the adjusted image,” Savukas related. The meeting wrapped up
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Three generations of the Frank family are involved with owning and operating L.H. Brubaker Appliances and Water Treatment, which is celebrating its 87th anniversary through May 25. Pictured in the newly remodeled Strasburg Pike showroom are (from left) Andrew Frank, Nesha Frank, Donald L. Frank Jr., Kathy Frank, Donald L. Frank Sr., Donald H. Frank, Elnora Frank, and Lacy See.
quickly once everyone realized that by shortening the steeple by 15 feet, the cost of repairs would be manageable, and St. Paul’s has had a shorter steeple ever since. The bell that once pealed out over the borough was moved to St. Paul’s northeast vestibule, and an electric carillon donated by a church member took its place in the steeple, broadcasting hymns at noon and 6 p.m. A display of memorabilia will be set up during the May 19 event. Wooden tabletop crosses built by the late Bob Stoner will be a significant part of the display, along with photographs of St. Paul’s and its members by the late Donald Millhouse, who was the church historian and Mountville’s unofficial town photographer. While the worship service will be focused on celebrating the past, St. Paul’s UMC has an ongoing mission to practice hospitality and love by nurturing faith in Jesus Christ. Cavallero said that the congregation sponsors Bible2School for young students, and the church liaises with Mountville Elementary School to provide bus passes, food cards, coats, emergency clothing, and other necessities for families in need. At Christmas, the church collects warm winter accessories for LUMINA, and throughout the year, St. Paul’s supports care homes in the borough. “This is an old church but a busy church,” Cavallero remarked.
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L.H. Brubaker Appliances and Water Treatment, with three locations in Lancaster and Mechanicsburg, is celebrating its 87th anniversary. In 1932, Lester H. Brubaker opened a store providing the sales and service of farm equipment in Strasburg. At that time, the only appliances offered were large International freezers used mostly by farmers. In 1960, Donald H. Frank joined the sales and parts department at L.H. Brubaker. Shortly thereafter, Lester permitted General Electric (GE) to display appliances in the showroom. The first year L.H. Brubaker offered appliances, only 90 sold, but those sales were thanks to Donald. Considering appliance sales not to be a good business decision, Lester informed GE that he had decided to get out of the appliance business. GE countered with a compliment, saying that the manufacturer never liked to end business relationships with a reputable company that paid its bills on time, and it requested that a few pieces be displayed in a corner of the showroom and that Donald be allowed to sell them with the tractors and lawn mowers. Lester agreed. That year, Donald sold 295 pieces, and the following year saw sales of 525 appliances. The sales numbers continued to climb as years went by. In 1972, Donald and his wife, Elnora, bought L.H. Brubaker from Lester, and it became solely an appliance store. Counting
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Community Invited To Plant Flowers Susquehanna Heritage invites the community to help plant 300 flowers for native wildlife on Sunday, May 19, from noon to 4 p.m. at the Zimmerman Center for Heritage, 1706 Long Level Road, 4 miles south of Wrightsville. The event is free and open to nature lovers of all ages. The center is creating a pollinator garden adjacent to its existing raingarden to demonstrate effective stewardship. Pollinators such as butterflies and bees rely on nectar-producing flowers for food and habitat, and pollinator species help to produce food that humans eat. The garden will provide a habitat and a food source for these species. As with the raingarden, all the plants used will be native species and will be labeled for identification. Plants are being provided through a grant from the Chesapeake Bay Trust as part of a Chesapeake Conservation Corps project.
Zimmerman Center manager Paul Nevin tends to plants destined for the Center’s new pollinator garden. The community is invited to help plant 300 flowers on May 19 at the Zimmerman Center for Heritage, located south of Wrightsville. Garden gloves and some tools will be provided, but volunteers may bring their own as well. Registration is recommended but
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boating knowledge. There are no enforcement actions or fines. The goal is to increase awareness and readiness to make people safer on the water. All types of boats are welcome, including kayaks and canoes, jon boats, bass boats, sail boats, pontoons, and
Camp Security Fundraiser Set The Friends of Camp Security group will hold a fundraiser at Stony Run Brew House, 2605 E. Market St., York, from 6 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, May 23. Photographer Jennifer Runkle will open her exhibit documenting archaeological explorations at the site. Jonathan Stayer, a camp historian, will be present to answer any questions. Gift baskets will be awarded through a
silent auction. Recent remote sensing has identified areas of interest for the next dig, for which funding is being sought. Camp Security was one of only a few Revolutionary War prisoner-of-war camps, and it is known to be the only one that has not been completely developed over. For more information, readers may call Runkle at 717-779-7520.
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not required. To register, readers may contact Amy at 717-2520229, ext. 1, or akochel@ susquehannaheritage.org. power boats. All vessels that pass the exam will receive a sticker that can be displayed on the boat. Additionally, informative and safe boating pamphlets, including coloring books for children, will be available at no cost. For more information about the Coast Guard Auxiliary, readers may visit www.cgaux.org.
Girls On The Run 5K Slated The Girls on the Run 5K will take place on Saturday, May 18, at Franklin & Marshall College, 415 Harrisburg Ave., Lancaster. Participants will step off at 9 a.m. The event is open to anyone who wants to run, walk, skip, or cartwheel to the finish line. The Girls on the Run 5K is a noncompetitive, celebratory 5K, and all finishers will be honored, regardless of placement. To register as an individual or a team of five or more people or to volunteer, readers may visit www.gotrlancaster.org/ 5K.
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Bark For Life Of York Event Set http://bit.ly/barkyorkpa. Bark For Life of York is part of the American Cancer Society Relay For Life movement, a peerto-peer fundraising event to save lives from cancer. At Relay For Life events, participants
celebrate people who have been touched by cancer, remember loved ones lost, and take action for lifesaving change. Funds raised help the American Cancer Society attack cancer in dozens of ways, such as developing
Community members and their canine companions may participate in Bark For Life of York on Sunday, May 19, at Canine Meadows in John Rudy Park. Proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society.
Fundraiser To Benefit Animal Shelters Admission is free. For more readers may contact Tina at A Saturday “Muttinee” for Animal Rescue will take place on information or to make a donation, 717-427-1205. Saturday, May 18, from 1 to Rescue animals 6 p.m. at Shank’s Tavern, will benefit from 36 S. Waterford Ave., Marietta. the Saturday Doors will open at 1 p.m., and “Muttinee” for live music by Bit o’ Blues will Animal Rescue start at 2 p.m. slated to take Attendees will be able to visit with rescue animals from place at the local no-kill animal shelters Shank’s Tavern in the event will benefit. These Marietta on organizations include Cockers May 18. Across PA, Operation Scarlet, The business’s FairyTail Acres, Leo’s Helping owner, Bob Shank Paws, and the Sebastian Foun(pictured), has dation. The event will also featwo rescue dogs. ture an auction, and a food truck will be on-site.
Kreutz Creek Library from pg 1 event at www.facebook.com/KreutzCreek Library, and details on how to bid will be listed on the auction page. Gift baskets, gift cards, and donations from area businesses including home décor and more will be up for bids. Friends members are still seeking additional donations for the online auction. Individuals interested in donating quality items may contact any Friends member or call the library at 717-252-4080. As a way to encourage children to be involved, Friends members have prepared some small boxes for youths to use for
storing money to donate toward the building campaign. Families may visit the library to obtain a special box that children may color and return to the library. Children who do so may also have their photo taken for the scrapbook. Finally, anyone who would like to contribute toward the building campaign directly may do so at https://campaign.york libraries.org/#donate-jump. Folks may select Kreutz Creek Library using the dropdown box at the website. Options are available for making a one-time or recurring donation.
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Obituaries GETTY, Edna E. Murphy, 98, of Elizabethtown and formerly of Glen Mills, died on April 26 at Masonic Village, Elizabethtown. She was the wife of the late David C. Getty. Surviving are two daughters: Joyce, wife of Robert Hallman, and Judith, wife of Richard Leach; seven grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren. Arrangements were made by Miller-Finkenbinder Funeral Home and Crematory, Elizabethtown. PAYNE, Carl, 99, of Landisville and formerly of Arizona, a former teacher and administrator in the Columbia and Eastern York school districts, died on May 3. Relatives include his wife, Sara Evans; six children: David, Paul, Samuel, Roger, Carla, and Gail; 12 grandchildren; and many great-grandchildren. REISINGER, Alma R., 86, of Elizabethtown and formerly of Manheim, died on May 3 at Lancashire Hall, Lancaster. Born in South Londonderry Township, she was the daughter of the late Lester and Martha Reigle Ebersole. Surviving are her husband, Ernest L. Reisinger; two daughters: Jacqueline F., wife of Rex A. Ensz, Mount Hope, Kan., and Sandra L. Reisinger, Lancaster County; and three grandchildren. Arrangements were made by Spence Funeral Services Inc., Manheim. STETZLER, Grant F., 93, died on April 28 at Masonic Village, Elizabethtown. Born in Jefferson Township, he was the son of the late Peter A. and Beulah Stertzel Stetzler and the husband of Jane Yackey Stetzler and the late Sophie Johrand Stetzler, his first wife. Surviving in addition to his wife Jane are a daughter, Trudy, wife of William Wilson, Houston; a stepdaughter, Carol, wife of Frederick Smith, Carlisle; a stepson, David B. Jr., husband of Kimberly Berger, Lebanon; a daughter-in-law, Vivian Stetzler, Sinking Spring; a grandson; six stepgrandchildren; and a step-great-granddaughter. Arrangements were made by Buch Funeral Home, Mount Joy.
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the Kreutz Creek Library member Laurie Ward said that the estimated start date for the renovation project is dependent upon the township, and no estimate for the date of completion has been set at this point. The cost of renovations will be the same as the proposed library building project; however, Ward noted that renovating the township building will allow for more square footage than the new building would have. The renovation will include expanded open service areas, additional computers with added technology, dedicated program spaces for children and teenagers, and additional seating and meeting space. The Friends of the Kreutz Creek Library have several campaign fundraisers for the renovation project underway and in the works for the coming months. The Friends’ “Wall of Envelopes” campaign is set up inside of the library. Area residents are encouraged to stop by, grab an envelope with a listed donation amount, and save up or work together with family or friends to fill the envelope and return it to the library. Groups and individuals who complete the task have the option of having their photo taken with their envelope for the scrapbook the Friends are creating. The first donor for the project was 9-year-old Anna, who saw the envelope display and gave the very first dollar to the capital campaign. An online auction is planned for Saturday, June 8, through Sunday, June 16. A link will be posted one week prior to that
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Community members will come together to honor and celebrate the lifelong contributions of canine caregivers to cancer patients at the third annual American Cancer Society Bark For Life of York event on Sunday, May 19, at Canine Meadows in John Rudy Park from noon to 3 p.m. The park is located at 400 Mundis Race Road, York. The celebration will include a noncompetitive walk for dogs and their owners to raise funds and awareness in the fight against cancer. The event will also include more than 30 different vendors, all of which will bring goodies. A variety of games and activities will be available for dogs. The first 25 people through the door will receive goodie bags, and music will be provided by a disc jockey. Admission is free, but attendees are encouraged to give d o n a t i o n s a t t h e d o o r . To register, readers may visit
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Columbia resident Charles Reese will have his vintage fire engine at The Last Ride, and local funeral director Patrick Bransby is set to bring several items. Macabre crafts and products from several vendors will be set up for folks to browse and buy. Moore explained that â€œmacabreâ€? refers to things from darkness or relating to death. Vintage funeral and cemetery relics will also be on display inside the Mount Bethel Caretakers Cottage. Mount Bethel Cemetery board member Ron Mable will provide guided tours of the cemetery throughout the afternoon. A scavenger hunt for children will also be offered. Hot dogs, popcorn, and other food and beverages will be available to purchase. Folks may also enter to win several giveaways. Proceeds from the day will support the maintenance and preservation of the Mount Bethel Cemetery and its cottage and memorials. Mount Bethel Cemetery dates back to 1730, and more than 10,000 individuals
Munt Pisgah Trinity United Methodist There will also be a silent auction. Spaces are available to rent in order to Church, 5615 Mount Pisgah Road, York, will host a yard, book, and bake sale on sell oneâ€™s own items. For more information, Saturday, May 18, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. readers may call Bev at 717-617-4088.
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have been laid to rest in the 10-acre property. Names of members of Columbiaâ€™s founding families, such as the Wrights, Blunstons, Houstons, and Barbers, occupy the memorials in the Brick Burial Yard, which is the oldest section of the cemetery. Three mausoleums stand out on the grounds, one of which belongs to prominent Columbia businessman William Fordney Lockard. Moore noted that more than 600 veterans from the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, World Wars I and II, and the Vietnam War have burial sites within the grounds. Four of the five men who were known to be responsible for the burning of the Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge during the Civil War are also buried in the cemetery. Individuals who would like to enter a vehicle in The Last Ride or reserve a vendor space may contact Moore at email@example.com or 717-575-9760. To learn more about Mount Bethel Cemetery, readers may visit www.mtbethel cemetery.com.
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Together, with support from the community, the members of the CEF aim to make a difference for the future of CBSD students. Sponsorships are available for businesses, individuals, and organizations to show their support of the golf outing and CEFâ€™s mission. Another way that the
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concerns; and learn about community resources. The group meets on the third Thursday of the month at 2 p.m. For more information, readers may contact MJ Musser at 717-495-3456 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about caregiver programs and resources, individuals may visit www.alz.org/pa or www.alzconnected.org.
A Susquehanna Valley support group, meet on Thursday, May 16, at 2 p.m. at Road, Columbia. The support group will be conducted sponsored by Greater Pennsylvania Chap- Susquehanna Valley Nursing and Rehater of the Alzheimerâ€™s Association, will bilitation Center, 745 Old Chickies Hill by a trained facilitator with the purpose of providing a safe place for caregivers, family and friends of persons with dementia to develop a support system; exchange practical information on caregiving challenges and possible solutions; talk through issues and ways of coping; share feelings, needs, and
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Broadway legend Alice Ripley will visit Lancaster in June. Events will take place at Prima, 941 Wheatland Ave., Lancaster. Ripley is a Tony Award winner who is perhaps known best for her leading role in “Next to Normal.” The multitalented star has also appeared in “Sunset Boulevard,” “Tommy,” “Side Show,” and “The Rocky Horror Show.” Ripley will visit Prima’s new theater in support of the organization’s artistic and NextGen initiatives. A benefit concert event will be held on Saturday, June 1, at 8 p.m. The concert, called “Ripley Prescription,” will share both funny and poignant stories of how music and theater heal people’s hearts. The event will feature Ripley on vocals and drums and Brad Simmons on vocals and piano. Ripley will perform songs from her Broadway past. The concert will also honor Carol Rae Culliton of the Gunterberg Charitable Foundation for her impact on Lancaster. Concert tickets include a 7 p.m. reception with gourmet desserts. VIP tickets include a 6:30 p.m. stage door entry experience, including a meet-and-greet with Ripley. There is a fee for tickets. The event will also include three giveaway drawings. Prizes will include a full year of fine
Alice Ripley dining and a private movie showing or special event at Prima. Winners need not be in attendance. Giveaway drawing tickets are available for purchase at www.primalancaster.org. Prima will also host Ripley on Sunday, June 2, as she presents a master class called “Ripley Mechanics.” Professional and preprofessional performers are encouraged to attend. Ripley will share methods, exercises, and thought disciplines that she believes are essential for successful performing artists. There is a fee to attend the master class. Sponsorship opportunities are available, and they include VIP concert tickets and admission for local youths to attend the master class. Details are available at the aforementioned website.
ACS Celebrates Daffodil Days The American Cancer Society (ACS) welcomed spring on March 20 with its annual Daffodil Days flower sale. Daffodil Days is a campaign through which local businesses, organizations, churches and individuals in the community can purchase cut daffodils, cut tulips or mini potted daffodil plants in support of the ACS. This year, the ACS raised more than $16,000 in sales in York County alone. Because of campaigns like this one, the ACS
is able to provide free programs and services benefiting the York County area like the Road to Recovery program and its Hope Lodges. Any business, organization or church that would like to be added to the ACS mailing list may contact Ashley Leary at Ashley.Leary @Cancer.org or 717-848-2229. For more information on the ACS and its programs and services, readers may visit www.cancer.org or call 800-227-2345.
and other cavity nesters. A Full Flower Moon Hike for adults age 18 and older will be held on May 18 from 8 to 9 p.m. Participants will meet Sanchez in the parking lot just before sunset to head out on a hike through the fields and wood and along the creek. What’s That Bug? will be offered from 1 to 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 19. The program is open to children age 3 and older. Children will join naturalist Vanessa Stager and look under fallen logs and rocks and collect bugs to take home. Nature Play, for youngsters ages 12 to 36 months, will be offered from 10 to 11 a.m. on Friday, May 24. During each session,
naturalist Kristyn Small will lead an exploration of nature through play, including group activities like parachute games, stories, and yoga, as well as free play with natural materials. Parent participation is essential. Shelter Building and Outdoor Survival, for people age 10 and up, will take place on Saturday, May 25, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at campsites 3 and 5 at the Mill Creek Camping Area, 19 Nature’s Way, Lancaster. Naturalist Ellen Blazer will teach youths about different types of shelters, and then they will work together to build shelters of their own. Children may be dropped off if parents sign a permission slip, or parents may attend as well.
The Lancaster Contra Dance will take place on Saturday, May 18, at the Lancaster County Park Pavilion 11, 733 Williamson Road, Lancaster, from 7 to 10 p.m. This is a group social dance for people of all ages. Kenny Brown will call with the band Dr. Twamley’s Audio Snakes. 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. There is an admission fee, with free admission for youths age 15 and under. For more information, readers may call 717-951-4317 or visit www.lancastercontra.org.
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Come To Our House Of Worship CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH: 2740 Roosevelt Ave., York, PA 17408. The pastors & people of Calvary Baptist Church invite you to join us in worship as the Bible is presented & preached in all of our services. Sunday morning classes for all ages at 9:30.Sunday worship services at 10:45am & 6pm. Wednesday services at 7pm include “Calvary Clubs” for Grades 1-6, a ministry to help build character in the life of our children, as well as “Youth Chapel” to minister to the needs of our teens. Nurseries provided. Faith Bible Institute meets on Mondays. Details can be obtained by calling the church office at 717-764-1440 or visiting www.cbcyork.org Greg Wahlberg, Rich Hall & Cameron Raber serve as pastors. COLUMBIA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: 360 Locust St. in Columbia, Rev. David C. Powers, phone: 717-684-6271, Sunday Morning Worship 10am. Sunday School for Adults(9 am) & Children(9 am) Handicap accessible. 4th Street Cafe Coffeehouse 1st & last Sunday @5pm with community meal. Free Clothing Bank w/ community meal first Tuesday(5:30pm) & 3rd Sat(10:30am) COLUMBIA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Located at 510 Walnut St, Columbia. Sunday Schedule: 9 am Praise Worship Service; 10:05 am Sunday School for all ages; 11am Traditional Worship Service. Pastor: Rev. Tom Grubbs. Church Phone: 717-684-2356. Banquet Facilities Available For Rent. If you need a ride to church, CUMC will come pick you up! Call the church office for more info. Visit us online at: www.columbiaunitedmethodist.org
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COMMUNITY BIBLE CHURCH: Welcomes you! 331 Anderson Ferry Rd (off Rt. 441 on Rt. 772), PO Box 180, Marietta, PA 17547 717-426-1345 www.cbcpa.org Sun 9am & 10:45am. Worship & ministries for all ages; Wed 7pm. AWANA Clubs children’s ministry, Youth (Jr. & Sr. High), & Adult Life Grps (throughout the week). Nursery provided for most services. We welcome you to Love God, Love Others, & Reach Out with us! FAITH BIBLE FELLOWSHIP CHURCH: 151 Donnerville Rd., Lancaster (one block south of Columbia Avenue). Pastor: David A. Thomann. Sundays: 9 a.m. Worship Service. 9 a.m. Sunday School (with nursery and classes for children, youth and adults); 10:15 a.m. Coffee, conversation; 10:45 a.m. Worship Service (with nursery and children’s church). Wed.: 7 p.m. AWANA Clubs (K6); Wednesday - Youth Group 7 p.m. Office phone: 717-285-1900. www.faithbfc.com SAINT PAUL EPISCOPAL CHURCH: 340 Locust St., Columbia. 717-684-8496, www.stpaulepchcolumbia.org
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The Lancaster County Department of Parks and Recreation will offer programs to the community. Unless otherwise noted, there is a per-person fee for the programs, most of which will take place at the Environmental Center in Lancaster County Central Park, 1 Nature’s Way, Lancaster. Children under age 3 may attend for free. Registration and payment are required by noon on the business day before the event, unless stated otherwise. Explore the Bluebird Trail, a program for people of all ages, will be held from 10 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 18. Naturalist Lisa J. Sanchez will lead participants along the bluebird trail, learning about the life cycle of bluebirds
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25 Wolters Lane, Reading, PA 19606 - Berks County Open Houses: Saturday, May 18th, 1-3 P.M, Tuesday, May 21st, 5-7 P.M. and Tuesday, June 11th, 5-7 P.M. For more information, pictures and forms go to: www.beiler-campbellauctions.com
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ST. JOHN’S LUTHERAN CHURCH: Sixth & Locust St., Columbia. Pastor: Beth Costlow. Worship Schedule: Wed.10:30 a.m., Sat. 5 p.m.; Sundays 9am. Sunday School 10:30 am. Holy Eucharist at all services. Handicap Accessible. Meals-On-Wheels 717-684-4244 www.stjohnscol.org TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH: 243 Hellam St. in Wrightsville. (717-252-2417) Pastor: Timothy W. Sadler. Sat. Evening Prayer service at 5:30 p.m. in the downstairs Chapel and Sunday morning service at 9:15 a.m. in the upstairs Sanctuary with the Holy Eucharist at both services. Sunday School for the children is held at 9:15 a.m. Fellowship follows the Sunday service in our Fellowship Hall. Handicap accessibility to both services.
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KOSER BUILDING MATERIALS
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CHECK WEBSITE FOR COMPLETE SALE BILL Terms of Sale: Cash or Approved Check. 10% Buyer’s Premium Next Sale Date: July 20, 2019 Please note we are not taking Personal consignments for this sale. Please bring to the Tailgate Sale on September 26. Koser Auctions LLC AY002288 R038414
CAREGIVER NEEDED FOR elderly woman. Experience preferred. Assist with bathing, cathe care, transfers, meal prep, light housekeeping. Part-time. Day shifts currently available. Ability to flex to cover other shifts as needed. Must be non-smoker, reliable, have own car and pass background checks. Call 717-891-4303 between 10am8pm.
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CONSTRUCTION EQUIP. OPERATORS, DIRT PIPE & ASPHALT LABORERS. All positions require experience. FT with benefits. Must have drivers license and pass drug screening. Apply M-F, 9-3 W. Craig Adams, Inc., 107 Campbell Rd, York, PA 717-751-0231 or email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
DRIVER NEEDED FOR shed kit crew,also decks and garages. Some overnight stays competitive wages & benefits $700 sign on bonus after 90 days. 717-224-3049
HELP WANTED in Construction. PT or FT Drivers License Needed. 717-989-1780. Also enjoys Deer Hunting. HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED Apply in person at Blue Note Motor Inn, 1210 River Rd, Marietta. 717-426-1991
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If interested apply in person: Raycom Electronics, Inc. (at the Visitors Entrance) 1 Raycom Rd Dover, PA 17315
Seeking independent, hard-working & reliable person. 1st shift, F-T w/ OT. Candidate will possess knowledge & ability to ensure operation of machinery & skills to troubleshoot, diagnose, repair, install & maintain equip. Co. truck provided. Must have good driving record and great positive attitude. IMMEDIATE OPENING! Great Pay! Call TODAY! 717-681-0085. FT WAREHOUSE POSITION AVAILABLE for home improvement company. Looking for a self-motivated, mechanically inclined individual with a general understanding of home improvement business. Responsibilities vary and will train the right candidate. Competitive wages and excellent benefit package. Apply in person or send resume to George J. Grove & Son, Inc., 1219 Manheim Pk., Lancaster, PA 17601
CDL-B DRIVERS • F/T Driver will provide time sensitive, time critical, same day transportation in the Mid-Atlantic region. Mostly dock to dock- no touch freight; occasional handling of freight- additional pay for handling freight; well maintained equipment. Candidates must live within 30 minutes of Lancaster, PA; must be willing to be on call;
KITCHEN HELP • Part-time • $10-$12/hr
Raycom Electronics, Inc with more than 50yrs exp. in the design and manufacture of leading edge custom magnetic transformers & inductors is looking to fill entry level openings in Quality Assurance, Winding and Solder & Assembly depts. Positions offer exc. job stability, a pleasant work environment and competitive benefit package.
CDL-A DRIVERS • F/T Regional pickup and delivery work- No Hazmat - Home every day - Dry van Mostly no touch freight. Paid hourly up to $19.50/hour, Overtime pay - Paid detention time. Benefits package available.
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CDL-A • Permanent P/T Dedicated run- Saturdays start 1:00pm finish around 12 midnight. Live load, No touch freight. Hourly pay. Tandem axle day cab- 53’x102” dry van.
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FULL-TIME MILKING POSITION on Mount Joy dairy farm. 8.5 hr shift. 6 days on, 2 days off. Must be self motivated & Exp pref. 717-587-2943
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MASONS & TENDERS Prevailing wages. Benefits. Start immediately. B & D Masonry, Inc Est. 35+ years 717-397-1689
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LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC AUCTION ABANDONED VEHICLE May 20, 2019 at 9:30am
1998 Subaru Legacy, green Vin # 4S3BD6750W6210332 2003 Kia Sorento, silver Vin # KNDJC733135091359 2004 Dodge Stratus, green Vin # 1B3EL46X14N124300 Will be sold (as is unknown mechanical cond) Patriot Towing 58 N Donnerville Rd., Mountville PA 17554
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AKC GREATER SWISS MOUNTAIN Females 13wks, very nice markings, $895 obo. 717-419-6282 BELGIAN MALINOIS/ DUTCH SHEPHERD cross, sharp & friendly, great guard dogs, born 1/27. $350. 717-283-7977 BOXER PUPPIES, Brindle & Fawn, Family Raised, Friendly & Cute. Ready 5/26, $700-$800. 717-468-4440 CANE CORSO 11 month old Pup, AKC Registered, Beautiful Colors. Must see. Serious Inquiries Only. 610-467-0831 CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES, farm raised, very cute, Males $550, shots & wormed at 6wks 717-529-1193 Ext. 0 EXOTIC AMERICAN BULLY PUPPIES, Rare colors, 10Wks, Girls. Family spoiled. 410-688-1321. F1B MINI LABADOODLE, Male, 14 weeks old, super cute, friendly, up to date on shots & wormer. $300. 717-925-9065 GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES, 1 male, 2 females, shots, wormed, vet checked, ready now, $495, 717-285-7445 GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS, AKC, vet checked, family raised & friendly, Price reduced. $695. 717-355-9726
CDL DRIVERS H.M. Stauffer & Sons, Inc., a Leola based building components manufacturer, is looking for an experienced full-time CDL-A driver. No touch loads, driver is responsible to strap down load. Could earn $1,200 per week with OT. • Must have valid CDL and clean driving record • Able to read a map and written travel directions • Experienced with oversized loads helpful • Flatbed experience/strapping loads helpful • Familiar with current FMCSA & DOT regulations • Med/Den/Vis/Life Insurance • Paid holidays & vacation • Home every night
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BROKEN STAIRS, CRACKED, Sidewalks, Chimney, Bricks/House Need Pointing? Fix Your Bricks LLC 717-342-9039, Daniel. Licensed & Insured. **www.LancasterBrickRepair.com**
Landscape, Cleanup, Mowing, Tree Removal, Hardscape: Mulching, Edging, Planting, Tree Removal/ Trimming/ Thinning, Hauling, Paver Patios/ Walkways/ Retaining Walls/ Sealing (ICPI & NCMA certified) Fully Insured. VALBRY LANDSCAPING LLC, Lanc: 717-413-4887; York: 717-252-3963, www.valbry.com (PA 004859)
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LAWNS MOWED IN Columbia & Wrightsville. I specialize in the small lawns that the big guys ignore. Senior Citizen discount. 717-318-0482
MIKE’S PAINTING, REMODELING & ROOFING. Decks & Additions. Fully insured. PA008901. Call Mike 717-395-6816.
MOWING, MULCHING, TRIMMING, Spring Clean Up, Herbicide, Fertilization, and Pesticide Applications. 18 years of experience. Reasonable rates. Insured. Free estimates.
CLEANOUTS, ATTICS, GARAGES basements, sheds, one room or the whole house. Reasonable rates, free estimates. Call 410-627-5241 or 717-521-4967. Get rid of that unwanted junk. CLOCK DOCTOR All Fine Clocks Cleaned, Oiled, Repaired. We Make House Calls! Free Pick-Up & Delivery! Call: 717-768-3844 CLOCK REPAIR Housecalls on Grandfather Clocks Clocks Bought & Sold Trager Clocks 717-786-7053 CONCRETE: STAMP, DECORATIVE, Affordable prices. Free Estimates. Call 717-283-7764 or or www.bosscrete.net. DECK RESTORATIONS: Powerwashing, Staining & Color Samples. PA 013824 Free Estimates. 717-841-2101 www.deckrestorationsofyork.com DULL’S PROPERTY & TREE SERVICE Quality- Dependibility- Affordability 717-872-1972 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 EXCAVATING/CONCRETE/DEMOLITION ADA Compliance Walkways/Parking Water-Sewer Lines, Site work Foundations/Lot Clearing PA100091 717-342-5035 firstname.lastname@example.org GUTTER CLEANING AND leaf guard roofing and roof repairs. 10 years experience 717-715-5844
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A1MS, LLC PA141997 Dept. of Ag BU13788 Call 717-614-7597 JACK’S PROFESSIONAL PAINTING. Ext/int. Powerwashing & deck treatment. No job to big or too small. 20yrs+ exp. 717-367-4231 POWER WASHING / Exterior Fully Insured 717-434-8502
REHM PLUMBING Heating, Cooling, HVAC, Electrical Boilers, Furnaces, AC (Cleanings or New Installations) Water Heaters, Water Softeners Clogs, Leaks, Pumps, Remodels 24/7 Service - Free Estimates
717-654-2433 SKYLINE EXTERIORS Roofing, Siding, Windows, Doors. Fully insured. Free estimates. 15 years of experience. 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed. 717-874-0262 “STORAGE SHEDS BUILT IN YOUR YARD” Low Prices. Also Old Sheds Repaired, Repainted, Reshingled. 717-266-5538. STUMP GRINDING 717-291-6898 Lester E. Probst. Free Estimates JUST STUMPS. Quality Workmanship.
STUMP GRINDING Free estimates. Insured. Call or text Mitzel’s Stump Grinding 717-858-9347 TREE SERVICE: Removal, pruning, stump removal, storm damage. Fully ins. Free est. MC/Visa/d/Amex 717-887-3339; 384-8507
ELMWOOD TREE LLC 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)
HAULING, JUNK REMOVAL. Bsmts, sheds, garages cleaned out. Tree brush. Odd jobs. We also move people. Free est. Visa/ MC/ Disc/ AmEx. 717-456-6051; 410-688-7569 CRASS HAULING
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20+ yrs exp. Free estimates. Residential & commercial. Best rates. 717-793-0548
HOUSE WASHING BY ME Removal of black stains off roof & exterior cleaning. 717-424-8504
0 CHECKS/ ALL CASH PAID 1st Ad to Call. Gold, Silver, Coins, Jewelry, Antiques, Anything Old, Guns, Whole Estates. 717-266-8880
ALL GUN, MILITARY, shooting, hunting, reloading, ammo, parts, pieces and related items. Text or call Russ 484-645-7364
Decking, Vinyl Siding, Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling, Roofing, Plumbing, Electrical, Drywall, and Painting. Licensed & Insured, 717-858-4776
AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS $$ PAYING CASH $$ for Classic & Collector Cars. 717-577-8206
AMERICAN FLYER, Lionel, Marx, toy trains, old toys. Cash paid. 717-586-8768
MARIETTA 1-2 BR GARDEN APTS includes Stove, Refrig, A/C, W/W, off-street prkng, $785-$845 + elec. 717-487-2440 2 BR TOWNHOUSES & GARDEN APTS. 2BR Garden Apts includes Stove, Refrig, A/C, W/W, off-street prkng, $825-$865 + elec., small pets. 717-604-4055
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AT SUSQUEHANNA COIN, Willow Valley Square, our 37th year paying top pricesfor gold, silver, coins, jewelry, sterling, etc. 717-464-4016. ATTN: TOP CASH PAID for Vinyl Records, 45’s, Cassettes, CD Collections, Rock Memorobial. Tom’s Music Trade, 717-246-5712 28 N. Main St., Red Lion, Pa.
MOBILE HOME-AIRVILLE,PA LG Prvt Lot, Furn/Unfurn, 2BR,1BTH, LG LR, LG Eat-in KT,LG SunRM & Shed, NO SMOK/NOPETS. CREDIT CK, SEC & 1YR LSE REQ’D. $875/MTH + UTILS AVIL NOW. CALL 717-456-5143
BRITISH MOTORCYCLES WANTED Triumph, Norton, BSA, etc., running or not. I pay more. 484-252-1708, anytime.
MOUNT JOY 2BR APT. Stove, refrigerator, trash incl. No Pets/ Smoking. $875/mo+ sec. 717-653-4872
OLD COINS, 1964 & older. Gold coins, old US paper money. Jerry 717-650-2007.
MOUNT JOY TOWNHOUSE, 2BR, 1.5 BA, all appliances, no pets, sec. dep., $900/mo plus all utils. 717-367-5109.
WANTED: RECLAIMED LUMBER, old barn wood. 717-413-8393
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.
For Rent COLUMBIA – 2 BR Apt $850 DENVER – 2 BR Townhouse $970 ELIZABETHTOWN – 2 BR Apt $825 EPHRATA – 2 BR Apt $950 LEOLA – 3BR Townhouse $945 LITITZ – 2 BR Apt $850 MANHEIM – 2 BR Apt $850 MANHEIM TWP – 2 BR Apt $850 MOUNTVILLE - 1 BR Loft $895 WILLOW STREET – 2 BR Semi $850 WEST HEMPFIELD – 1 BR Apt $800 WEST HEMPFIELD – 2BR Apt $895 View All our Listings & Apply On-Line 717-285-4555 prospectleasing.com
CONDO, OCEAN CITY, MD, 50ft to beach. Beautiful oceanview, loaded, no smoking/pets. Internet, sleeps 8. Save $800 renting by owner. $1795/wk (We do weekends, offf-season only May, Sept, Oct $595, $1095/wk) 717-495-8626 Go to Facebook octamboo6. No texting. ELIZABETHTOWN 12X28 STORAGE UNITS- $125/mo. Call On Track Storage, 717-367-5109 LARGE BARN SPACE. 16X40, 8X12, OH doors, Lots of extra storage. May “hobby” work, neg. No smoking. 717-653-4598.
OC, MD., 14TH ST: 1, 2 & 4BR Vacation Apts. Nightly/ Weekly. Groups Welcome 717-318-4775 portnstarboardapts.com OCEAN CITY, MD. BEAUTIFUL 2BR, 2BA, condo in family complex, outdoor pool & boat docks, sleeps 6, weeks avail. 7/13, Limit 6; 6/29 & 9/21 Limit 4. Bruce Call 717-413-3842
RWPM - 717-399-0100 Conestoga 3267 Main St. 1BR..$675 East Petersburg 6040 Pine St. Semi-detached 3BR 1.5BA 1 car garage across from park..........$995 Marietta 589 E. Market 2BR......$825 Millersville 210 W. Frederick St. 2BR...........................................$825 Penn Manor 1162 Penn Grant Rd. 3BR 3BA Farmhouse w/lg. shed ......................$1500 (Additional work shop, steer barn & acreage avail) Strasburg Twp 2017 Beaver Valley Pk. 2BR Mobile Home...............$925 Also Great Houses & Apartments Available in Lancaster City SELF STORAGE & PARKING 24/7 access. 199 S. Manor St., Mountville 717-522-5979, manorselfstorage.com
FOR-SALE BY OWNER *** $239,900 *** >> 1616 Oak Lane, Lancaster, PA 17601 << ~~ This Property is listed on Zillow.com ~~ (717)392-5290 / email@example.com REAL ESTATE AUCTION- Monday, 6-10-19. Beautiful 1861 Stone House/ Barn, well maintained, w/upgrades, 4 acres +/-, Lancaster, PA. For details, visit: www.Wolgemuth-Auction.com #2357. 717-656-2947 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 SELLING YOUR OWN PROPERTY? Need to advertise it in your local paper and others like it? We have the placement services to help you. Contact Engle Printing & Publishing Co. Classifieds @ 1-800428-4211
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AUTOS FOR SALE 2002 HONDA ACCORD Coupe, 178,000 miles, current inspection, runs and drives great. $3000 or best offer. Call 717-572-4698. CASH FOR YOUR UNWANTED CAR & TRUCK. Any condition. PA licensed & insured dealer. 717-350-1208, anytime.
AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES $100-$800 For Your Unwanted Junk Cars-Trucks- Vans- SUVs. Prompt, Honest Service. Call KZ 717-847-6083 PA0002 $200 TO $5000 CASH PAID FOR JUNK & USED VEHICLES. FREE REMOVAL. Call 717-799-3872 $50-$1000 CASH PAID ON ALL VEHICLES Serving York & Lancaster. 24/7 service. Call anytime 717-515-2607
Automotive #1 One-Stop-Shop State Inspection & Emissions All Makes & Models WEIKLE’S SPECIALTY 287 Main St, Felton • 717-417-2726 REPAIRS: Complete • Full Service BODY: All Major & Minor Repairs EXCELLENT: Savings, Sales, Svc PARTS: NEW • USED • AFT $10 off any service w/this ad. Excludes other offers. Expires 12/31/19
CASH 4 JUNK CARS Free Removal Doughboy Hauling, 717-891-2934 GOT TOYOTA? ALL TOYOTAS Parts, Repairs, Sales, Srvc. New, Oem, Used, Aftm. Weikle’S + save 717-417-2726 VASQUEZ AUTO 109 E Main St, Windsor • 717-430-7337 Oil Change: $29.99; Complete Auto Repair with Towing Available Used Tires: $20-$30 each
CYCLES 1983 SUZUKI TEMPTER, GR650, 19,056 miles, good condition, new battery, $2500 OBO. 717-587-0487 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
2001 GMC SONOMA, 4WD, AT, AC, 119K mi, insp. till 1/20, good cond, asking $4,700. 717-900-1316, York.
2004 26’ 5TH wheel Mako Shark Gul Stream camper with hitch, $5,500. Leave message, 717-548-3285
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2015 CHAPARRAL 37’ fifth wheel, loaded, ready, $39K OBO. 717-435-5186. Can deliver to you.
$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.
2016 JAYCO CLASS C Motorhome, 10,500 mi, 2 slides, auto leveling, many upgrades & extras. 717-733-2184 POP-UP CAMPER, fair cond $500. 717-845-7827
Wrightsville Area – 1181 Knights View Road. Very private, spectacular view! Split level home, nearly 3,000 sq. ft. of living space. 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, central A/C, large rooms, family room, deep 2-car garage. No pets, No smoking. $2,000 per month plus all utilities.
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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
SHOP/PARKING SPACE Avail. for Trucks/Cars/RV ,etc. Call Ron for details. Kritzer Enterprises, LLC 717-419-3021
Call Bob Heiserman at DONEGAL REAL ESTATE – 717-426-4350
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Tide Simply Liquid Laundry Detergent 31-34 oz.
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Best Yet Coffee K-Cups
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white, yellow, or marble
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Canada Dry, 7 Up, A&W Root Beer or Sunkist 2 liter
Spam Luncheon Meat
Best Yet Mayonnaise or Whipped Dressing
Herr's Original Potato Chips or Tortilla Chips
Hanover Purple Line Frozen Vegetables
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Charmin Essentials Bath Tissue 12 Giant Roll
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John F. Martin Longhorn Cheese
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Bounty Essentials Paper Towels 6 Big Roll or Bounty Towels 2 Huge Rolls
with Gold Card
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