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Piercing Word will bring its summer production of “The One Story” to Fivepointville Bible Conference, 528 Chapel Lane, Denver, on Saturday, Aug. 17, at 7 p.m. Admission will be free, a freewill offering will be received, and food will be available. The event will take place rain or shine in the enclosed tabernacle. For more information, readers may call Marty Fickes at 610-209-0581 or visit the Fivepointville Bible Conference page on Facebook.

Celebrating “Trips That Transform” pg 6

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GSHS Marchers To Present “British Invasion”


The Ephrata American Legion Riders from Ephrata Cloister American Legion Post 429 will host a benefit ride for the Lebanon VA PTSD Program on Saturday, Aug. 17. Registration will run from 10 to 11:30 a.m., with kickstands up at noon. The guided ride will travel through Lancaster and Lebanon counties, with a brief stop at the Lebanon VA and another at the Lickdale American Legion Post 910. Food and beverages will be available at the end of the ride. There is a cost per rider and per passenger. For details, call Scott at 717-572-5979. ROCK AND SOUL

By Ann Mead Ash

The New Holland Summer Arts Association is presenting entertainment in the New Holland Community Memorial Park, located in the 400 block of Jackson Street in New Holland, throughout the summer. All programs are presented free of charge. Mitch and the Mood Swings will perform rock ‘n’ roll, soul, and Motown music from 6:30 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 17. Dreadnought Brigade will present classic rock from the 1960s and 1970s and blues on Sunday, Aug. 18, at 7 p.m. Additional details are available at FINAL CONCERT

St. John Center Lutheran Church, 599 Reading Road (Route 625), East Earl, will conclude its Music in the Grove concert series with a performance by Remington Ryde on Sunday, Aug. 18, from 6 to 8 p.m. in the church grove. Refreshments and light snacks will be available in the concession stand starting at 5:15 p.m. People of all ages are invited, and attendees should bring lawn chairs. Handicapped-accessible restrooms will be available. For more information, readers may visit

Officially the British Invasion, characterized by rock and pop music bands

that originated in the United Kingdom becoming popular in the United States, occurred in the mid-1960s. Some timelines pinpoint the start in 1963 with the

Students Travel To Germany By Ann Mead Ash

On June 15, a group of Garden Spot High School (GSHS) students and two teachers, German instructor Laura Trimble and physics teacher Eller Mann, who is a native of Germany, left for a 15day trip in the Rhineland. The trip was the brainchild of Trimble and Mann, who is originally from Worms, and this is the second such trip GSHS students have taken to Germany. The teachers made a connection with Rudi-Stephan-Gymnasium, a college preparatory secondary school for students in grades five through 13, which specializes in languages. During the first

release of the first Beatles single in the States. Stretch the phenomenon into the 1970s, and Elton John and Queen can easily be included along with the Beatles.

For its 2019 fall drill, the Garden Spot High School (GSHS) marching band, led by drum majors Kylie Fox, Josh Hicks, and Laura Sauder, will pay See GSHS Marchers pg 7

Woodcrest Takes Aim At 10th Archery Shoot By Ann Mead Ash

week, GSHS students stayed with host families in Worms and attended

Ten years ago, the first Woodcrest 3-D Archery Shoot was held. Last year’s competition attracted 180 shooters overall. More than 150 people attended the hot brunch that was served at the shoot. The 2019 shoot will be held at Woodcrest Retreat, 225 Woodcrest Drive, Ephrata, on Saturday, Aug. 24, from 7 a.m. until noon. A bonus shoot will be held from noon to 3 p.m. There is a fee to take part in the morning shoot, which includes brunch, a speaker, and opportunities to win door

See Trip To Germany pg 2

See Archery Shoot pg 3

A group of Garden Spot High School students led by Laura Trimble and Eller Mann visited Salzbergwerk Berchtesgaden, where they toured a salt mine, when they visited Germany for 15 days in June.

Organizers of the annual Woodcrest 3-D Archery Shoot display some of the targets that will be used when the event is held at Woodcrest Retreat in Ephrata on Aug. 24.


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Garden Spot High School marching band drum majors (from left in left photo) Kylie Fox, Laura Sauder, and Josh Hicks led the band (center photo) in practicing the fall drill called “British Invasion” when the band met on section night (right photo) at the high school stadium. Band camp was held each day from July 29 through Aug. 2 from 8 a.m. to noon and 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.

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featuring traditional music and dancing called Schuhplattler. The group toured two castles of King Ludwig II - Herrenchiemsee Palace and Neuschwanstein Castle - and in Salzbergwerk Berchtesgaden visited a salt mine that has been in operation since the 1500s. The Dachau Concentration Camp in Upper Bavaria was also on the travel agenda. “We had a tour of the former camp, where students learned a lot about history of World War II and the Holocaust,” said Trimble, who called the experience “sobering.” A favorite activity for the students was riding the Sommerrodelbahn. Trimble described the apparatus as “a summer Alpine slide with magnificent views of the Alps.” “The track is metal, and each student rides in a car with a shift for braking and accelerating,” she explained. “It was something different (that the students) had never done before.” “We ended in Munich, which is Germany’s third-largest city,” said Trimble. “The last thing we did was take a bicycle tour, and (the students) got to experience


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improve their German-language skills while being immersed in German culture and learning about the history of Germany. “The idea is to use what they know and learn new things,” said Trimble. Each of the students who took the trip will host a student from Worms in their home this fall. “We have a strong partnership going with the school there, and we hope it will continue for a long time,” said Trimble, who noted that a trip to Washington, D.C., is planned for the German students when they visit. “(The GSHS students) are excited to plan what they will do with their guests,” she said.

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Archery Shoot from pg 1 prizes. The price will be discounted for those under age 16. A separate price will be offered for those who take part in the bonus shoot. Organizers noted that any style of bow may be used on the course and that families are encouraged to take part in the event together. This year’s course will consist of 30 targets depicting North American wildlife, including a turkey and a bobcat. Organizers noted that about half the targets are deer. The course will be open from 7 to 10 a.m., after which a hot brunch will be served. The speaker during brunch will be Ryan Burkholder, youth pastor with Ephrata Church of the Brethren, who will give a short meditation on a huntingrelated topic. The course will reopen from 11 a.m. to noon to conclude the morning shoot. As in years past, the shoot will feature door prizes consisting of hunting- and outdoor-related items. Vendors that specialize in outdoor sporting equipment, including a vendor that makes hunting films, will also have displays on-site. The shoot raises funds to help defray the general operating costs of Woodcrest Retreat and to subsidize fees for campers who need assistance to afford camp. “We need to raise $85,000 each year to cover our camp budget,” explained Woodcrest director Cliff Martin, who added that proceeds from the shoot will be added to funds raised by the annual auction and golf tournaments in hopes of reaching that goal. Woodcrest, which is located on a 110-acre wooded hillside in northeastern Lancaster County, provides camping experiences in a variety of settings, including day, resident, and adventure camps, along with a Conquerors special needs camp. More than 1,400 youngsters attended camp at Woodcrest this year. Those who wish to take part in the 3-D Archery Shoot are encouraged to register by Monday, Aug. 19, by calling 717-7382233 or visiting www.Woodcrest -Archery-Shoot.

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Learning Trail in the James A. Umble Memorial Park in Honey Brook Township. “Unfortunately, we have had to temporarily suspend stocking books at the two locations due to continued vandalism,” she stated. “We will need to discuss our options.” Fritsky added that the Friends also provide books to patients at Brandywine Hospital in Coatesville and to clients of the Honey Brook Food Pantry. Fritsky learned about the need for additional books for patients at Brandywine Hospital, where she volunteers weekly in the hospital’s surgical waiting room. “When I volunteer, I bring books there,” she explained. “(Volunteers) go around with a little cart with books and magazines, and they bring them into the patients’ rooms.” Additional books, including large print books, are given to the Brandywine Hospital Senior Group. The books are distributed during the group’s monthly birthday parties. The provided books come from community donations, as well as titles that are gleaned from the library’s collection. “When they clear the shelves periodically,

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Group Plans Benefit Motorcycle Ride The Ephrata American Legion Riders from Ephrata Cloister American Legion Post 429, 300 Cocalico Drive, Ephrata, will hold a benefit ride for the Lebanon VA PTSD Program on Saturday, Aug. 17. Registration will take place from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., with kickstands up at noon. The event will be a guided ride through Lancaster and Lebanon counties with a brief stop at the Lebanon VA and another at the Lickdale American Legion Post 910. Participants will return to the Ephrata American Legion, where food and beverages will be available. Separate fees have been set for riders and for passengers. For more information, readers may call Scott at 717-572-5979.


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Tournament from pg 1 HOPE International Schedules Annual Golf Outing By Ann Mead Ash

Tucked away in an office building in the heart of Lancaster County is a nonprofit organization that seeks to alleviate poverty in all its forms, including spiritual, material, social, and personal. Working toward that end, in 22 years, the organization has loaned out $1.3 billion to 950,000 clients in 16 countries. While those figures are impressive, Jeff Rutt, founder of HOPE International, prefers to talk about the people the organization has helped. “It’s not about the numbers, it’s about guys like Nico,” said Rutt, referring to a rice farmer Rutt met in the Philippines during late 2018 and early 2019. Nico, who lives on the island of Tacloban, has a dream of sending his sons to college. When his fishing business was wiped out in a 2013 typhoon that hit Tacloban and killed 7,000, Nico learned how to grow rice. “(Nico) got involved in a HOPE International savings group there, (participating in a) welcome, worship, Word, work, and wrap up group program,” explained Rutt. “He is just thriving.” Rutt asked Nico if he had advice for other farmers. “He said three things: ‘Trust God, work hard, and save,’” recalled Rutt. Rutt is offering area residents and businesses a chance to help more people like Nico by sponsoring and registering to attend the organization’s 19th annual golf tournament at Heritage Hills Golf Resort, 2700 Mount Rose Ave., York, on Friday, Sept. 13. Round one of the four-person scramble-

format tournament will begin with a shotgun start at 7 a.m. Round two will begin with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. Morning golfers will receive a continental breakfast and attend the awards luncheon, and afternoon participants will receive a boxed lunch and attend the awards dinner. According to Brian Boycan, regional representative with HOPE, the tournament can comfortably accommodate a total of 230 golfers. Boycan explained that HOPE will reach even more countries by entering a partnership with Compassion International to train representatives in savings group programs. This year, HOPE will train Compassion staff members in Rwanda, Thailand, Kenya, Indonesia, and Tanzania. “We want to make a big difference. We want to collaborate for the kingdom,” explained Boycan. Rutt noted that it is important to train those who are indigenous to an area to oversee savings groups. He shared the story of Rosalie, a woman in the Philippines who was asked by a HOPE representative about her dreams. “She said she would love a house, but it is too big a dream,” relayed Rutt. “The indigenous leader, Florine, talked to her about big dreams and small steps toward them.” Rutt explained that the leader can relate to those in the groups in a realistic way. “(Rosalie’s) group leader can say, ‘I grew up here, and I know what you’re going through,’” explained Rutt. Boycan noted that it is the design of the savings groups to give people a way to lift themselves from poverty. “The microfinancing and savings groups restore dignity and help break the

cycle of poverty,” said Boycan. “People feel terrible when they are unable to take care of their families, (but) you see their dignity restored when they realize, ‘I am capable. God has given me the gifts that I need, and I can (take care of my family).’” Last year, HOPE exceeded its goal of raising $350,000 from the tournament. Much of the money raised by the tournament is donated in the form of sponsorships. A variety of sponsorship levels are available to businesses. One package includes a HOPE trip to the Dominican Republic for 12 participants. Currently, the 2019 tournament has raised more than $200,000. Readers who would like to take part in the tournament may visit Those who wish to play are asked to register by Saturday, Sept. 7. Individuals who have questions may call 717-4643220, ext. 456, or email

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Annie Schmus (left), special events intern with HOPE International, and HOPE founder Jeff Rutt (right) took a ride on an aerial lift to display a tally board showing how much has been raised by the organization’s annual golf outing. This year’s outing will be held on Sept. 13. Past outings have raised more than $300,000 to help clients in 16 countries.

Bethany Christian Services of Central Pennsylvania offers one-on-one orientation meetings on international adoption with an adoption specialist. Orientation meetings share the details of the international adoption process and of the children waiting for adoptive families in various countries. To set up an orientation meeting, readers may contact Lea Denlinger, adoption specialist, or Gloria G. Stoudt, office coordinator, at 717399-3213 or ldenlinger@ or gstoudt@ For more information, readers may call 800-BETHANY or visit

Pictured on front: Jeff Rutt (left), founder of HOPE International, stands with Nico, a rice farmer in the Philippines who was able to change his circumstances based on what he learned from a HOPE International savings group. Savings groups are funded by activities like HOPE’s annual golf outing, which will be held at Heritage Hills Golf Resort in York on Sept. 13.

Greenview Bible Camp, 520 Chapel Lane, Denver, will celebrate its annual Family Day on Sunday, Aug. 18. A chicken barbecue, featuring chicken, chips or a baked potato, applesauce or coleslaw, a roll and butter, and a beverage, will take place from noon to 2 p.m. Tickets may be purchased in advance for a discount and at the door for full price. Takeouts will be available. A food court will be set up from noon to 4 p.m. Children’s activities will include wagon rides, a barrel train, pony rides, go-karts, and archery. A benefit auction starting at 1:15 p.m. will feature items donated by friends of the ministry and local businesses. The Floyd Sensenig Memorial Motorcycle Ride will feature a welcome and introduction at 2:15 p.m., with departure at 2:30 p.m. and return at 3:45 p.m. There is a per-rider cost, and door prizes will be awarded. Proceeds from the event will benefit the camp.


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Servant Stage Company will present the song-and-dance revue “Let Freedom Ring: Music of America” at Hope United Methodist Church, 3474 Rothsville Road, Ephrata, on Thursday, Aug. 15, at 7 p.m. The doors will open at 6 p.m. The free performance will feature the music of American songwriters Irving Berlin, George M. Cohan, Stephen Foster, and others. The patriotic revue, featuring a cast of 10 local performers, is directed and choreographed by Servant Stage artistic director Wally Calderon with original musical arrangements

by Tyler Hoover. The performance will be presented on a pay-what-you-will basis. Reservations are not required. Parking is available at the front and rear of the church. Greeters will provide assistance with parking and access, as needed. For more information or directions to the church, readers may contact the church office at 717-738-3774 or visit For more information about the production or Servant Stage, readers may visit or call 717-455-0255.

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Servant Stage Company will present “Let Freedom Ring: Music of America” at Hope United Methodist Church in Ephrata on Thursday, Aug. 15.

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In partnership with Ambassador Advisors, Dayspring Christian Academy will present a financial planning seminar titled “Building a Lasting Legacy: Charting a Course to Do More” on Tuesday, Sept. 17, at 6:30 p.m. at the school. The event is free and open to the public. Registration is available at This educational workshop will provide insight on how to do more for family, church, and ministries through thoughtful financial planning. The seminar includes tax-wise strategies to protect assets, as well as tactics that may increase the impact of one’s gifts. The seminar will be presented by Ambassador Advisors and will be led by organization president Bernard Bostwick and financial advisor David Over. Bostwick has spent nearly


On Aug. 1, Make-A-Wish Philadelphia, Delaware and Susquehanna Valley kicked off Trips That Transform, a monthlong celebration of the approximately 12,000 wishes for children battling critical illnesses in the U.S. and its territories each year that involve travel and the donors that make them possible. Among these wishes was 18-year-old Maya’s wish to go to the Kentucky Derby. The family spent the week attending the big race, touring Churchill Downs and spending quality time with each other. With 75 percent of wishes requiring air travel, Make-AWish needs more than 3 billion airline miles and points to fulfill travel wishes for children battling critical illnesses each year. Members of the public are invited to contribute their unused airline miles, expiring travel points and money. Once donated to Make-AWish, airline miles and points never expire, and each goes on to help Wish Kids and their families take flight to destinations around the world. Travelers can donate airline miles and points

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Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage offices throughout central Pennsylvania recently collected a total of 2,327 pairs of new and gently used shoes for Soles4Souls. Soles4Souls is a nonprofit social enterprise that aims to create sustainable jobs and provide relief through the distribution of shoes and clothing around the world. This was Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage’s first shoe collection for the nonprofit. The offices with the largest collections include Harrisburg, 498 pairs; York, 285 pairs; Lancaster, 270 pairs; Kutztown and Wyomissing, 240 pairs; and Carlisle, 236 pairs. The offices in Camp Hill, Chambersburg, Dillsburg, Greencastle, Hershey, Lebanon, New Bloomfield and Waynesboro also contributed to the success of the shoe collection.

homage to the Invasion with a 12-minute drill that will feature Elton John’s “Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting,” followed by two Queen songs, “Bicycle Race” and the classic “Bohemian Rhapsody.” The show will close with the Beatles’ “Hey Jude” and “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.” While the music is familiar, it will present challenges, according to band members. “Bohemian Rhapsody” alone is six minutes in length. “Each section is iconic. You can’t cut any of it,” said band member Mason Casey. Musicians will also need to master tempos that run both fast and slow. Danielle Field stated that the flute section will play a lot of “runs,” meaning a number of quick notes. “We must get the music perfect because everyone (in the audience) knows it,” she said. While audiences are singing along to the music, they will be watching band members forming large shapes, climbing on boxes for solos, singing, and even dancing as part of the drill. According to color guard member Cassidy

Staff members at the Wyomissing office of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage displayed some of the shoes they collected for Soles4Souls. The shoe drive yielded a total of 2,327 pairs of new and gently used shoes collected throughout central Pennsylvania. Shoes donated to the Soles4Souls micro-enterprise program offer the opportunity for people all over the world to create small businesses selling shoes and clothing. This is a sustainable way for those without a

traditional job or training to lift themselves and their families out of poverty. For more information about Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, readers may visit

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Hoover, her section will ride tricycles during “Bicycle Race,” and bicycle bells will be used at the end of the song. “In ‘Hey Jude,’ we will sing the ‘na, na, na’ chorus,” said band member Yoshi Allen. Sauder added that the band will continue to play the final Beatles tune as the members march off the field at the end of the show. Students who will play solos in the drill include Allen on trumpet in “Bohemian Rhapsody” and Aaron Good on trombone in “Hey Jude.” In addition, the drumline will be in the spotlight during the Elton John number, and the pit percussion will be featured on “Bicycle Race.” During band camp, which was held from July 29 to Aug. 2, the band met at the high school each morning from 8 a.m. to noon and each evening at the school stadium from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Traditionally, the section leaders organize theme nights for the evening practice and students dress according-

ly. This year, Monday evening had a USA theme, and Tuesday costumes focused on a “What do you want to be when you grow up?” theme. On Wednesday, section night was held, and students were encouraged to wear mismatched clothing on Thursday. On Friday evening, the 130 band members presented the show to their parents on the school football field. The GSHS marching band has long been known for the creative salute its drum majors perform prior to the show. Hicks noted that this year the trio hopes to do something different and fun. Sauder said the plan is to make the salute “unique.” One of the goals of band camp is to develop unity among the members. GSHS marcher Jo Holmes said that during camp the group becomes a type of band family. “It brings us all together,” said Fox. Allen added that the wellknown selection of drill tunes is a factor this year, and Fox agreed. “We had the music on in the band room and everyone was singing it, and it was so much fun,” she said.

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Moms in Prayer International will soon kick off another season of praying for children and schools. In Lancaster County, many groups will meet weekly. Moms in Prayer is a worldwide group of praying mothers, grandmothers, aunts, and other women. In addition to a traditional/oneschool Moms in Prayer group, there are also church-based, homeschool, preschool, special-needs, prodigal, military, college, career, language-based, grandmothers’ and working mothers’ groups, as well as a growing prison ministry.

Lancaster County Office of Aging Health and Wellness Classes for Seniors age 60 or older Walk with Ease: This class is a six-week Arthritis Foundation evidence-based physical activity and education program. Class includes stretching and strengthening, walking, health education, and motivational strategies. - Lancaster Rec Senior Center - Next Gen Senior Center 184 South Lime St., Quarryville 717-786-4770 525 Fairview Ave., Lancaster 717-399-7671 Tues., Thurs., Friday 11:00-12:00 noon Tues., Thurs., Friday 8:30-9:30am September 3-October 11, 2019 September 3-October 11, 2019 - Elizabethtown Senior Center 70 South Poplar St., Elizabethtown 717-367-7984 Mon., Thurs., Friday 12:30-1:30pm October 28-December 16, 2019

Founded in 1984, Moms in Prayer International has one goal: to impact children and schools for Christ by gathering mothers to pray. Mothers in more than 140 countries around the world meet regularly, spending an hour praying through the four steps of prayer: praising God for who He is, silently confessing any sins, thanking God for what He has done, and interceding on behalf of children, teachers, and school staff members. Additionally, Moms in Prayer will hold Bless Our School Sunday

on Sept. 15. On this date, churches around the world will pray for the students, teachers, and school staff members in their congregations. For more information about Moms in Prayer International, to find a group, or more information about Bless Our Schools Sunday, readers may visit Individuals can locate a group through the Moms in Prayer website by selecting Get Involved, or they may contact Sue Forry at

Geri-Fit Strength Exercise: This popular class meets twice a week and has been proven to improve balance, flexibility and strength. Exercises are performed with use of dumbbell weights and resistance bands. Equipment is provided. Classes run through June 2020. - Columbia Senior Center - 717-684-4850 - Lititz Senior Center - 717-626-2800 - Lancaster Rec Senior Center - 717-399-7671 - Millersville Senior Center - 717-871-9600 - Next Gen Senior Center - Quarryville - 717-786-4770

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Tai Chi for Arthritis: This 8-session class consists of basic core movements, extension movements and breathing instruction. Studies have shown that practicing this program reduces pain, prevents falls and improves many aspects of health. - Lititz Senior Center 201 East Market St., Lititz 717-626-2800 Wednesdays at 9:00am Class is year-round

- Lancaster Rec Senior Center 525 Fairview Ave., Lancaster 717-399-7671 Classes start this Fall Call for Days/Times


- Buchanan Park 901 Buchanan Ave., Lancaster Across from the Dog Park Wednesdays at 4:00pm September 18-November 6, 2019

Wellness Initiative for Senior Education (WISE): This wellness and prevention class is a six-week program. Class format is a mix of small group work, discussions, and individual exercises. Lessons include: (1) Factors that contribute to the aging process and how to live longer, happier and healthier. (2) What it means to age as a member of our society and as an individual. (3) Exploring diversity and appreciating differences. (4) Medication misuse among older adults. (5) Substance misuse and understanding the disease of addiction. (6) Improve and enhance quality of life as we age. - Lititz Senior Center 201 East Market St., Lititz 717-626-2800 Wednesdays 9:30-11:30am October 9-November 20, 2019

- Next Gen Senior Center 184 South Lime St., Quarryville 717-786-4770 Mondays 9:30-11:30am March 16-April 20, 2020

Diabetes Self- Management Program: This is a six-week program developed by Stanford University for people living with diabetes, those who are at risk of developing diabetes and their families. Workshop topics cover techniques to deal with symptoms, exercises for strength, healthy eating, use of medication, and working more effectively with health care providers. - Cunningham-Jackson Senior Community Center Bethel AME Church 450 East Strawberry St., Lancaster Thursdays 10:00-12:30pm October 10-November 21, 2019

Must Register with Office of Aging for Diabetes Self-Management Program 717-299-7979 Powerful Tools for Caregivers: This community-based class is a six-week program that teaches self-care, stress management, communication strategies, and self-confidence. It is led by two trained leaders who are also caregivers. The target audience for this program is individuals who are at least 60 yrs. old and caring for an adult living with chronic conditions. - Manheim Township Library 595 Granite Run Dr., Lancaster Wednesdays 6:00-8:00pm October 9-November 20, 2019

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GOAL Project To Offer Workshop Series The GOAL Project in Lancaster will offer the first of a three-part series on creating a sustainable addiction prevention and recovery ministry on Saturday, Aug. 31, at Calvary United Methodist Church, 11 N. Richland Ave., York. The GOAL Project wants to help local faith communities build sustainable teams that prevent substance abuse and support to those in recovery through its Face Addiction With Intervention and Training for Healing (F.A.I.T.H.) Initiatives program. The workshop series is delivered by Faith Partners, a nationally recognized nonprofit organization that has trained hundreds of congregational teams from 22 different faith traditions in 29 states. Its evidence-based model is based on a three-phase process. The process includes Building Readiness, Equipping Leadership and Developing the Team, and Sustaining Local Ministries.

Community Invited

Building Readiness is a sixhour leadership workshop where clergy, ministry leaders, and key stakeholders from various faith backgrounds gather to explore their organizations’ beliefs, ideas, and attitudes toward addiction and substance use. This workshop focuses on the role of the faith community in awareness, education, and recovery support, as well as tips for initiating a team ministry. Equipping Leadership and Developing the Team is a twoday workshop to build capacity for ministry teams that include training, recovery support activities, tools, strategies and educational handouts. This is tentatively scheduled for Friday, Nov. 8, and Saturday, Nov. 9. Sustaining Local Ministries will discuss how to sustain ministry teams to avoid burn-out and provide a life-sustaining healing ministry. Teams continue

Coterie Club Plans Luncheon The next Lancaster Coterie Club luncheon meeting for area women will be held on Thursday, Sept. 12. The club has many subgroups where one can have fun and meet women with similar interests. For more information and to make a reservation, readers may call Sandy at 717-560-0507.

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to meet for further training and to share resources and connect to community services. GOAL provides continuing education and networking opportunities. GOAL provides local training and support as needed. The F.A.I.T.H. Initiatives program is ideal for churches and synagogues, but is not limited to any specific belief group or tradition. People of all faiths are welcome to participate. Readers may visit to learn more and register. For more information, readers may contact Paige Harker at 717-824-3310 or

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Royer’s Flowers & Gifts will celebrate the start of a new school year with a free Royer’s Kids Club event on Saturday, Aug. 17. Children age 5 to 12 will have an opportunity to create an arrangement in an orange diamond-cut vase that features lavender and yellow daisy pompons, limonium, and a back-to-school stick-in. Time slots are available at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Registration is required by calling a local Royer’s store. Readers may visit for locations and contact information. Lebanon-based Royer’s operates 15 stores in Berks, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lancaster, Lebanon and York counties. Sister company Stephenson’s Flowers & Gifts has one Harrisburg store.



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2018. Residents were invited to finish the sentence, “This neighborhood is” and sit for a portrait. Over three days in September, Almanzar and Oree, along with volunteers from the community, installed 20 portraits and 25 responses on the wall of the Water Street Mission. All participants were invited to help install the mural. Volunteers were provided lunch during each day of installation and were gifted a free print of their portrait as a thank-you. The mural was the final product of four months of community engagement regarding the renovation of Culliton Park. Two independent public art experts - artist Seitu Jones of St. Paul, Minn., and Aaron Ott, curator of public art at Albirght Knox

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Americans for the Arts has honored “This Neighborhood Is …” among 50 outstanding public arts projects created in 2018 through the Public Art Network Year in Review program, a national program that specifically recognizes compelling public art. Chosen by public art experts, the roster of selected projects was unveiled on June 14 at Americans for the Arts’ annual convention in Minneapolis. This is the 18th year that Americans for the Arts has recognized public art works. The mural, a public art project led by Lancaster residents Salina Almanzar and Osmyn Oree, was installed on the façade of the Water Street Mission along South Water Street, across from Culliton Park, in September

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EPAC Open Call Auditions Slated

Store Launches Mission-Driven Boutique The Flower & Home Marketplace, 196 Broad St., Blue Ball, is launching a newly redesigned Boutique with new gift items. The retail space will showcase mission-driven brands. Each brand supports charitable endeavors, both regionally and globally. Many of the charitable organizations focus on sustainability and fair trade. Imagine Goods, Revolution, Chesnut Ridge Honey, Melanin Essentials, Thistle Farms, BeadForLife, and My Peruvian Treasures are a sampling of the featured vendors. Popular brands including Bare Minerals, Simply Southern, Naked Bee, and Chala Handbags will remain in store. The official launch was slated for Aug. 10. For further details, reader may visit www.flowerand or www.face Interested individuals may contact Stephanie Cooke, retail manager, at 717-351-0015, ext. 152, to get involved or general manager Dan Fineberg at 717-351-0015 or for more information.

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The Ephrata Performing Arts Center (EPAC) has announced open call auditions for its 2019 Fall Young Artist Cabaret, “We Got the Beat,” featuring songs from rock musicals. Auditions will be held on Tuesday, Aug. 20, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. in the lower level at EPAC’s Sharadin Bigler Theatre, 320 Cocalico St., Ephrata. Each performer is asked to prepare an audition piece that is either an up-tempo song or ballad in the style of rock standard no more than 32 bars in length. It does not necessarily need to be from a Broadway show. No monologue is required for the audition. The song selection should best represent who the performer is and should highlight their vocal abilities. A piano accompanist and CD player will be provided, so auditioners should bring sheet music or a CD. Auditioners should also bring a list of any schedule conflicts with them on the day of the audition. Auditions are open to young performers ages 10 to 18. Dancers from all styles are welcome to audition. Registration is preferred, but walk-ins will be welcome. To register, readers may visit www.ephrataperformingarts Those auditioning will be seen on a first-come, first-served basis. “We Got the Beat” Young Artist Cabaret will take place on Friday, Sept. 20, and Saturday, Sept. 21, at 7:30 p.m. For more details, readers may contact Irving at kids4kids@ephrataperforming

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Food Bank Receives Grant communities across the United States. For seven years, the foundation has been working alongside Feeding America and its network of 200 food banks across the nation. To learn more about the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank, readers may visit or call 717-5641700. Information about Darden Restaurants and the Darden Foundation is available at

of Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) recently recognized recipients of its annual Public Safety Awards. Each year, the Pennsylvania VFW presents awards to an outstanding firefighter, police officer and emergency medical technician to honor them for the critical roles they fill as first responders. This year’s award winners are residents of Slippery Rock, Lititz and Hermitage. The Firefighter of the Year is retired Rothsville Volunteer Fire Company Chief Claude Sam Young Jr. of Lititz, who was sponsored by VFW Post 3376 in Ephrata. Young has served as a firefighter for 60 years, 30 of

ABWA Chapter Sets Meeting WellSpan Health Ephrata. Willetts will address key elements as a professional, a wife, and a mother that she hopes will inspire others to reach their full potential both professionally and personally. In her 20plus-year career as a leader, Willetts has led numerous turnarounds and has been recognized for her ability to develop and implement strategic

plans for growth. Those planning to attend are asked to register by noon on Monday, Aug. 19, at Separate costs have been set for members and for nonmembers and those registering late. For more information, readers may contact Sam Biastre at 908-938-4135 or samantha

Claude Sam Young Jr. (middle) was named Firefighter of the Year by the Pennsylvania Department of Veterans of Foreign Wars. He was congratulated by VFW 2018-19 state commander Thomas Hanzes (left) and state VFW Public Safety Awards chairman Ron Smith of Wrightsville.


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ABWA Lancaster Area Express Network Chapter will hold its monthly meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 21, from 7:15 to 9 a.m. at Lancaster Country Club, 1466 New Holland Pike, Lancaster. The meeting will focus on “3R’s to Leading Others to Reach Their Full Potential.” The featured speaker will be Carrie Willetts, the senior vice president and president of

The John Radko Police Officer of the Year is Hermitage Chief of Police Paul Eric Jewell. He was sponsored by VFW Post 7599 in Transfer. The Emergency Medical Technician of the Year is Slippery Rock firefighter and emergency medical technician Larry Pifer, a longtime member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. He was sponsored by VFW Post 6231 in Slippery Rock. Nominations for Pennsylvania VFW Public Safety Awards must be processed through a local VFW Post with a nomination letter and resume from the sponsoring safety organization. State winners advance to the national level for consideration as the VFW ’s national first responder award winners. The Department of Pennsylvania VFW consists of 74,000 members in 420 posts. The Veterans of Foreign Wars in the United States is headquartered in Kansas City, Mo.

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Penn State Extension will host its 23rd “Are You Crazy?!” retail farm market bus tour visiting markets in Virginia on Tuesday, Sept. 24, and Wednesday, Sept. 25. The tour is designed for retail farm market professionals and will be held at the height of the season to enable participants to learn from their regional farm market peers during their best and most robust season. The event will include behind-the-scenes tours and information directly from farm market owners, including unique display and merchandising ideas and information on market expansion and farm transition. The tour will visit seven unique farms in two days highlighting agritainment, farm market development, diversification of products, customer relations, and more. The rolling classroom environment enables market owners and managers to share lessons learned, season highlights, and discuss pertinent topics as participants travel between tour locations. This year, the tour bus will leave from the Penn State Extension office in Cumberland County. The tour fee includes an overnight hotel stay, bus fare, lunch on both days of the tour, and breakfast on the second day. Participants will have dinner on their own on the first day of the tour. To register for the bus tour, readers may call 877-345-0691 or visit https://extension -farm-market-bus-tour. The deadline for discounted registration is Friday, Aug. 23. After Aug. 23, registrations will be full price.


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The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank, a member of the Feeding America network, is one of 193 food banks to receive this funding from the Darden Foundation. It is projected that this grant will enable the food bank to fund several initiatives, including its youth and senior programs and its MilitaryShare program for veterans and activeduty military personnel. The Darden Foundation is committed to supporting families facing food insecurity in


The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank has received a $22,000 grant from the Darden Foundation to help provide more than 132,000 nutritious meals to thousands of families and individuals throughout 27 central Pennsylvania counties. According to the food bank, one in nine individuals in central Pennsylvania, including one in six children, struggle with hunger. The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank serves nearly 140,000 people in need every month.

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Gunzenhauser Announces Retirement

LCCMS Welcomes New Board Members

Maestro Stephen Gunzenhauser has announced he will retire from the Lancaster Symphony Orchestra (LSO) in June 2020 after four decades as musical director. Gunzenhauser was appointed conductor and music director in 1979, succeeding Dr. Louis Vyner. The LSO has evolved from a community orchestra founded in 1947 by Frederick S. Klein and John H. Peifer Jr. from Franklin & Marshall College. The 2019-20 concert season will mark the 73rd anniversary of the symphony as well as the 40th anniversary of Gunzenhauser’s leadership. Subscriptions are still available, and single tickets went on sale on Aug. 5. For details, readers may visit Gunzenhauser, while retiring from the

As part of its recent annual dinner, Lancaster City and County Medical Society (LCCMS) welcomed new physician leaders to its board. Cameron Moore, M.D., M.P.H., and Kevin Robertson, M.D., both from Lancaster General Hospital, will serve as resident representatives, and Robin M. Hicks, D.O., of UPMC Pinnacle, was named as a new director. Hicks, who works as a palliative medicine physician, is a graduate

of Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine and University of Vermont. She completed her family medicine residency at Heart of Lancaster Regional Medical Center (now UPMC Pinnacle Lititz) and a hospice and palliative medicine fellowship at the Medical University of South Carolina. Moore, of Downingtown, is a graduate of City University of New York and New York Medical College and is entering his third year as a family medicine resident

at Lancaster General Hospital. Robertson is also a rising thirdyear family medicine resident at Lancaster General Hospital. Robertson is a graduate of Georgia Institute of Technology and the Medical College of Georgia. For a complete list of members of the LCCMS board of directors, readers may visit www.lancastermedicalsociety.or g, click About Us and click Who We Are, or they may contact LCCMS at 717-393-9588.

Cameron Moore

Kevin Robertson

Robin M. Hicks

Lancaster Symphony, has chosen to focus his continuing efforts on the Endless Mountain Music Festival. Gunzenhauser presented the international festival’s inaugural season in August 2006, when seven concerts were presented in eight days. In 2007, the festival expanded to give 15 concerts in 17 days. The festival continues to expand and offer events at venues in both Pennsylvania and New York. The orchestra’s current concertmaster is Hua Jin from the Indianapolis Symphony. Gunzenhauser is the fifth most-recorded American conductor. He has completed 72 compact discs including works by a host of major composers, such as Beethoven, Vivaldi, Mozart, Dvorák, and Copland. His recording of Benjamin Lees’ Symphonies Nos. 2, 3, and 5 with the State Philharmonic of Rheinland-Pfalz was nominated for a Grammy in 2003. In 2008, Gunzenhauser was conductor of a new virtuoso chamber orchestra called Pro Musicis, which recorded Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons” with Harrisburg Symphony concertmaster Odin Rathnam. In past seasons, the maestro conducted at the Teatro Colón with the Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra and with the Bogotá Philharmonic Orchestra of Colombia, South America. Other activities included a full-scale production of Puccini’s “Tosca” at the Wittgenstein Theater near Dresden, Germany. In August 2005, he performed at a Hungarian Music Festival sponsored by the Franz Liszt Chamber

Orchestra as well as with the Danubius Orchestra at the Franz Liszt Academy of Budapest in the première of the Mazetti completion of Mahler’s Tenth Symphony. The program was broadcast throughout Europe. Gunzenhauser has also conducted the National Orchestra of Argentina, the Belgrade Philharmonic in Serbia, and the Arpeggione Chamber Orchestra of Austria, as well as the Berlin Symphony Orchestra, with which he conducted the Mayor’s Concert on the day after Christmas for five years. He was the American judge at an International Conducting Competition in Lisbon, Portugal, in 2001, and he has been an international judge and conductor at competitions in Sicily and Kazakhstan. A native of New York City and a graduate of the High School of Music and Art in New York City, Gunzenhauser received a Bachelor of Music from Oberlin College and a Master of Music from the New England Conservatory. He also holds an honorary doctorate from Widener University. He has been awarded three Fulbright grants and has an Artist’s Diploma from the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria. He was awarded Delaware’s First Cultural Ambassador designation in 1990 and is the recipient of the University of Delaware’s Medal of Distinction. He was also awarded the Order of the First State, the highest acknowledgement that a civilian may receive from the State of Delaware.

Stephen Gunzenhauser will retire from the position of conductor and music director of the Lancaster Symphony Orchestra (LSO) in June 2020. His final season with the orchestra will mark the 73rd anniversary of the symphony and the 40th anniversary of Gunzenhauser’s leadership.


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Friendship Community and the Friendship Heart Gallery and Studio will hold an open house on Thursday, Aug. 15, from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at its Lititz Gallery, located in the Shoppes at Bloomfield Village, 235 Bloomfield Drive, Lititz. The public is invited. The event will highlight the current exhibit of artwork, and light refreshments will be provided. The Lititz Gallery is the second location for Friendship Community to display pieces created by various Heart Artists. The Friendship Heart Gallery and Studio is a place for artists with developmental and intellectual disabilities to celebrate their personalities and talents through free expression and collaboration. More than 70 unique artists work with local professionals and volunteers to create and sell artistic masterpieces

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while developing a sense of purpose, value and joy. Artists attend day and evening classes in the downtown Lancaster studio and receive instructions in a variety of techniques and media platforms. The pieces of artwork are selected through a juried process before being matted, framed and hung on the gallery walls. Friendship Community is a faith-based organization that aims to cultivate capabilities of individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism in Lancaster and Lebanon counties. It offers three day programs, a homebased services program, Lifesharing and 26 residential homes serving more than 200 individuals in the two counties. For more details about the open house, readers may contact Becky Link at 717-656-2466 or

The 2019 Summer Music Series at Long’s Park, 1441 Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster, will continue with a Woodstock Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, Aug. 17. The concert will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Woodstock Festival. On Sunday, Aug. 18, blues guitarist Davy Knowles will perform. Both concerts will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the park’s amphitheater. Admission and parking are free. For details, visit or call 717735-8883.

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The Lancaster Science Factory, 454 New Holland Ave., Lancaster, has announced that enrollment for the 2019-20 Girls Code Club is now open. The club consists of three cohorts which meet for a 90minute facilitated session each month. Sessions are collaborative and interactive, and they introduce coding concepts or reinforce and challenge more experienced coders. Girls who attend at least six out of nine sessions will be invited to a special night out at the Science

Factory with their families at the conclusion of the program. Since its inception four years ago, more than 200 girls have graduated from the nine-month program, which introduced them to computer science and coding. Registration includes nine facilitated sessions, all equipment and materials, and a Tshirt. Scholarships are available for families that qualify. For more information or to register, readers may visit

Kids Cookie Break Fest Set The Junction Center, 1875 Junction Road, Manheim, will host its eighth annual Kids Cookie Break Fest on Saturday, Aug. 24. The free festival will feature identical programs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 3 to 7 p.m. The festival will feature music, games, inflatables, pedal cars, barrel train rides, and other activities geared toward families of children age 12 and under. Visitors may attend performances by Forgotten Friends

Parkinson’s Group To Meet The Lancaster County Parkinson’s Support Group will meet on Monday, Aug. 19, at 2 p.m. in the Westview Community Room at Landis Homes, 1001 E. Oregon Road, Lititz. The meeting will include a panel of caregivers who will share their experiences of supporting a loved one with Parkinson’s disease. A time for questions and answers will be provided. Following the meeting, refreshments and informal discussion will be offered. The monthly meetings are designed for education and support for persons diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and their families. For more information or to receive a brochure about the group, readers may call 717-509-5494.

Reptiles, The DKers, Phredd, This Way Up, Cissy and The Man, First Capital Fife and Drum Corps, and more. The event is free and open to the community, but tickets are required. For details and tickets, readers may visit www.the˚

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 2019 AT 1:00 P.M. Preview Times - Tuesday, August 20 from 2:00 P.M. thru 5:00 P.M. and Wednesday, August 21 from 8:00 A.M. *The following is just a very general list of items to be sold. Photos representing the entire auction will be posted on our website on Tuesday, August 20. Sale to be held at the Horst Auction Center, 50 Durlach Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 FURNITURE - Antique, Vintage, Reproduction & Modern Incl. Bedroom, Dining Room, Living Room, Family Room, Kitchen, Office & Patio (Sets & Individual Pcs.); WALNUT STRETCHER BASE FARM TABLE; APPLIANCES; KITCHENWARE; CLOCKS & LAMPS; SILVER; COPPER & BRASS; CAST IRON; AGATE; TINWARE; PEWTER; WOODENWARE; SWISS 6 TUNE MUSIC BOX; CHINA & GLASSWARE; POTTERY INCL. DECORATED STONEWARE JUGS; LINENS & TEXTILES; BOOKS & PAPER INCL. ANNALS OF CONESTOGA VALLEY; ESTATE & COSTUME JEWELRY; ARTWORK; CHRISTMAS & SEASONAL DECORATIONS; TOYS; COMPLETE SET CHARLES MESSNER TIN TRUCKS; TOOLS; MACHINIST’S HAND TOOLS; LAWN & GARDEN EQUIPMENT; MGS UTILITY TRAILER; BOX LOTS & MANY OTHER ITEMS TO BE SOLD! Accepted Payments - Cash or PA Check, Visa, MasterCard & Debit Card w/3% Fee. No out-of-state checks without prior approval.




Members of the Goshen College Class of 2019 received undergraduate and graduate degrees during the college’s 121st commencement ceremony on April 28. The Class of 2019 consisted of 244 graduates, including Abigail King of Lancaster and Elsa Lantz of New Holland. King earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism with a writing minor. She graduated summa cum laude. Lantz earned a bachelor’s degree in writing and TESOL. She graduated magna cum laude.





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LOCATION: 2466 Main St., Narvon, PA 17555. From Morgantown take Rt. 23 W for 2.4 miles to property on left. Car/Equipment: 1984 Chevy Camaro Z28, 350 with 202 cam, 4:56 lokar rear, Yukon axles, antique tags, Dixie Chopper XF2500 Quad Loop Zero Turn Mower w/60" deck, Walker Model M36-42 Mower w/42" deck, Craftsman Commercial Duty Edger, Craftsman Push Mower w/20" deck. Lawn/Garden: 225L Husqvarna weed whacker, Craftsman weed whacker, (2) Craftsman chainsaws, Agri-Fab lime spreader, lawn cart, wheelbarrow, various hand/shop tools, shovels, rakes, various ladders/stepladders, numerous outdoor benches, wdn. glider bench, wdn. picnic table. Household Items: Sm. marble top table w/two chairs, sm. drop leaf table w/two chairs, dining room ext. table w/four chairs, sm. table w/magazine holder, two oak end tables, sectional sofa, coffee table, two like-new sofa beds, two like-new La-Z-Boy® recliners, metal display rack, white rocking chair, Westminster Whittington mantel clock, Maytag W/D, GE Microwave, numerous other furniture not mentioned. Antiques/Collectibles: AMI Model G80 Multi Horn High Fidelity Jukebox, Story & Clark Upright Piano, CocaCola machine, approx. 25 Coca-Cola cases full of Coke glass bottles, barber’s chair, Doc’s Hard Lemon clock sign, milk cans, patio chairs, Coca-Cola cooler, cast iron water trough, Burlap Loney Brown Advertisement, school desk, Mule Deer antlers, and more items too numerous to mention. TERMS BY: Joseph B & Joan Rocchino. PA Check, Cash & Credit Cards Accepted. Food Stand on Premises.

9:00 A.M. LOCATION: 225 North Peartown Road, Reinholds, PA 17569 (On Site At Foltz’s Redware Shop) - Lancaster County • Redware • Southern & Face Pottery • Folk Art • Paintings/Prints/Artwork • Assorted Baskets • Carvings/Wood Art • Hooked Rugs & Soft Goods • Tinware • Quilts • Various Kiln Molds & Other Items For Full Listing, Photos, Terms, See Website: Auction For: Ned & the Late Gwen Foltz The Witman Auctioneers Team Is Currently Booking Auctions Now & In The Future For The 2019 Auction Season. Call Us Now For Competitive Rates.

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The 27th annual Lancaster Postcard Expo will take place on Saturday, Aug. 17, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Farm and Home Center, 1383 Arcadia Road, Lancaster. Twenty-five dealers will offer all types of postcards and ephemera for sale. Food will be available throughout the day. Members of the Lancaster County Postcard Club, the event’s sponsor, will create and exhibit postcard displays in several categories, including animals, historical sites, holidays, and transportation. Club members will be available to answer questions. For more details, call 717-8926864.


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Jim Bland creating landmark learning experiences for children and their families through play. The museum is designed for children ages 2 to 10 and includes interactive exhibits, educational programs, and a play garden. For more information, readers may visit

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The board of directors of Hands-on House, Children’s Museum of Lancaster has announced the hiring of Jim Bland as the new executive director effective July 8. Bland replaces Julia Connolly, who successfully served in the role for nearly three years until moving with her family out of the area. Bland’s experience includes working with museums, teaching, marketing and business management. Originally from New Jersey, Bland currently lives in Mountville and has been a resident of Lancaster County for nearly 30 years with his wife and four children. Hands-on House, Children’s Museum of Lancaster is a nonprofit organization dedicated to

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Museum Will Host Model Parks Department Sets Programs Railroad Days

Low Vision Expo Slated

The annual Model Railroading Days event will be held at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, 300 Gap Road, Strasburg, on Saturday, Aug. 17, and Sunday, Aug. 18. Attendees may watch operating model trains in action and static displays from 11 groups. Jeff Frost, author of “The Backyard Railroader,” will give a presentation on Saturday at 10:30 a.m., followed by a book signing. Tree making will take place on Saturday from 1:30 to 3 p.m. and on Sunday from 12:30

VisionCorps will host a Low Vision Expo on Wednesday, Aug. 14, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Church of the Apostles UCC, 1850 Marietta Ave., Lancaster. The expo will include exhibitors from organizations serving the community, vendors demonstrating helpful low-vision products, and more. The event is free and open to the public and does not require registration. Readers may call Mary Lou Kubicki at 717-205-4141 for more information. For details on the expo, visit and click on Lancaster Low Vision Expo.

Lancaster County Department of Parks and Recreation will offer two programs to the community. Registration and payment are required by noon on the business day before the event. To register, readers may call 717-295-2055 or visit People of all ages are invited to attend Beauty of Space Through the Eye of the Hubble Space Telescope on Friday, Aug. 23, from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. The event will take place on the lawn of Shuts Environmental Library, 3 Nature’s Way, Lancaster. Naturalist Ann

Strauss will project and interpret photographs taken by the Hubble Space Telescope. Attendees may bring lawn chairs and blankets. There is a fee per person. Nature Journal-Making and Leave No Trace Hiking will be held on Saturday, Aug. 24, from 10 a.m. to noon. at the Environmental Center in Lancaster County Central Park, 1 Nature’s Way, Lancaster. This program is geared for upper elementary and intermediate-level children age 8 and up. Naturalist Ivana Shandor will show participants how to make a nature journal

using everyday items. Participants will then take a hike emphasizing the principles of “Leave No Trace.” Approximately 15 minutes will be allotted along the hike for participants to choose their focus - such as flora, fauna, or geology - and log their first observations and sketches into their journals. Participants may opt to share journal entries. Participants will leave with a handout challenging them to incorporate nature journaling into their weekly activities. There is a fee per child, with a lower fee per adult.

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Saturday, August 17, 2019 at 9:00 A.M.

4464 New Holland Rd., Mohnton (Knauers). Rt. 625 N. from Bowmansville toward Knauers. Property on right OR from Adamstown Rt. 272 N. Straight onto Rt. 568 E. to Knauers. Right Rt. 625 (New Holland Rd.) Property on left.

Located at: 6380 Division Hwy (Route 322), Narvon PA 17555 (Village of Beartown) Eastern Lancaster County School District Real Estate: House dates to 1858, 2 story stone & log 2,031 SF, w/fully REAL ESTATE insulated attic, metal roof, macadam drive & parking. Move-in condition. 12:00 Stone Summer Kitchen w/original Noon walk-in stone FP w/mantel & gas logs, skylights, vaulted ceiling, 2 exit doors. 1st floor laundry & ½ bath. Custom Cherry kitchen (Homestead Kitchens), Frigidaire refrigerator & gas stove, dining area w/built in closet & large bay window. LR has original FP & mantel. 2nd floor – 3 bdrms w/built-in closets, full bath, hallway hardwood flooring, insulated replacement windows, partially finished concrete basement w/ outside entrance, oil forced air heat, gas hot water heater. Property has beautiful backyard, mature shade trees & landscaping, includes Gazebo, 2 small Koi ponds w/water stream meticulously maintained. Large. 2 bay garage w/shop area & unfinished 2nd floor w/outside deck, stairs & sliding doors. 2 horse barn and several other out-buildings. OPEN HOUSE: By Appointment, Contact Paul Z. Martin, Jr., office number 717.354.6671. Note: Auction begins at 9 AM w/household goods, antiques & furniture. Real Estate at 12PM - possibly everything sold before Real Estate. Owners downsizing & serious to sell. A “must see” property. Ideally located on Rt.322, minutes East of Blue Ball & West of Honey Brook w/easy access to Rt. 23 & Rt. 10, New Holland, Morgantown, PA Turnpike, Downingtown & Lancaster. Terms: 10% down payment day of sale, settlement date on or before October 16, 2019.

195 Laurel Rd., East Earl. Rt. 23 E. from Blue Ball. Left Rt. 625 N. toward Bowmansville. Right Laurel Rd. to property on left.

(Lender NMLS ID #834368).

Rural. L shape rancher w/2014 SF, country eat-in kitchen w/oak cabinets, Corian tops, appliances, family/great rm., 3 bdrms., 2 baths, walk-in closet, 1st floor laundry/mud rm. w/ sink & cabinets, bonus rm., large bsmt. area w/outside entrance, 2nd floor attic (could be 4th bdrm.), oil air heat, low maintenance ext., insulated Anderson & Pella windows & large deck. Outbldgs: 28x48 3 car garage/shop bldg. roughed in for water, elec., phone, 10x16 utility bldg., level 2 ACRES w/lawn, garden area, mature trees, plenty of expansion area, Zoned Neighborhood/Village. After 26 years owners downsizing to smaller quarters & serious to sell. “Move in” condition. Economical & low maintenance. Convenient location. Lot of potential w/ 2 acre tract. Minutes to Adamstown, Bowmansville, Alleghenyville, Rt. 222 Bypass & Turnpike. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., July 27, Aug. 3 & 10 from 1 to 4 P.M. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006. (Lender NMLS ID #834368).

Randal V. Kline, Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-733-1006 Lic. #499, 2116, 5064, 3956

Randal V. Kline, Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-733-1006 Lic. #499, 2116, 5064, 3956

John Jr. & Doris Hemmert 267-733-3641


Rural “one owner” 2 sty. dwl. w/2,974 SF, eat-in kitchen w/oak raised panel cabinets & service counter, dining rm., living rm., family rm., laundry, large rec rm., 3 full size bdrms. (master bdrm. w/bath & walk-in closet), partial finished bsmt. w/oil air heat, 20x20 deck, low maintenance exterior & utility bldg. 12x18 rural 1.56 ACRES w/farmland boundary all sides & great country farmland view, lawn & garden area, potential pasture, Zoned Ag. After 31 years owners relocating to Quakertown & serious to sell. Ideal rural location, level 1.56 ACRE tract in convenient location. Minutes to Terre Hill, Goodville & East Earl. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., July 27, August 3 & 10 from 1 to 4 P.M. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006.

Sale For & Terms by:

Dennis N. & Lisa M. Palm 610-468-6200

Paul M. & Toni Burkholder Attorney: Good & Harris New Holland PA 12 N. Railroad Avenue • P.O. Box 99 • New Holland, PA 17557 PA-AY-000144L Phone: (717) 354-6671 • Auctioneers: Paul Z. Martin, Jr., Roger Spencer




633 North Farmersville Road, Ephrata, PA 17522 - Lancaster County

SAT., AUGUST 17, 2019 AT 9 A.M.


Directions: Ephrata Route 322 East to right onto Bethany Rd. Turn Left onto N. Farmersville Rd to property on right. Property Description: Country property w/1½ story, 4 bedroom, 1½ bath house. 1st floor features 13’x11’ kitchen with walk in pantry. Dining/living room with w/w carpet. Bedroom w/walk-in closet & full bath. 2nd floor with 3 bedrooms & large hallway closet. Full basement w/ all concrete floor & daylight entrance. Also, basement laundry & ½ bath. Property has oil furnace with forced air heat & central air conditioning. Lots of closet space. Private well & public sewer. 28’ covered front porch & 12’x10’ side deck. 8’x8’ storage shed. Open House: Shown By Appointment. Call Auctioneer. Terms: Down payment of $15,000.00 required day of auction. Settlement on or before Oct. 22, 2019. Transfer taxes to be paid by buyer. Real Estate taxes shall be prorated. Taxes: $2,355.00 +/- per yr. Attention Realtors: 1% Broker Participation being offered to Realtors who preregister with their buyers and who become the successful bidder on day of auction. Auctioneer’s Notes: Great Ephrata/Akron location only minutes from Routes 222, 322 & 272. Large flower beds w/stone borders. Spacious backyard with picnic area, swing set & mature shade trees. Also 8’ wide grill w/dry lay fire bricks. For forms & additional pictures go to: or or

LOCATION: 2466 Main Street, Narvon, PA 17555. From Morgantown take Rt. 23 west for 2.4 miles to property on left. REAL ESTATE: 2 BR A-Frame house cont. 2,040 SF w/fin. daylight bsmt., 1 car garage and detached 2 car garage on 2.82 acres. Main lvl. features an eat-in kit. w/a pic. window & a door to a 12’ x 17’ deck; DR w/hardwood floor & built-in hutch; LR w/brick gas burning FP & 2 glass sliders to a 10’ x 24’ deck; master BR suite w/hardwood floor, glass slider to deck; double closet, walk-in closet & full bath w/tile. Upper lvl. has a BR; large full bath; and a bright LR w/cathedral ceiling & glass wall offering fantastic views! The daylight bsmt. has a rec room w/stone wood-burning FP, wooden bar & glass slider to patio; full bathroom; 1 car garage w/elec. opener, W/D hook-ups & shop area. Home has oil hot water heat w/4 zones & C/A, on site well & septic & Napco security system. Property contains a 26’ x 36’ two car garage w/elec. openers, paved driveway w/extra parking, mature shade trees, small orchard, a lg. open meadow with 560’ of road frontage providing for many possibilities! NOTE: This well-maintained property has a beautiful setting with spectacular views of scenic farmland all around and 560’ of road frontage on Rt. 23! Conveniently located within minutes of PA Turnpike, 322 & Rt. 10. OPEN HOUSE: Saturday, July 27, August 3 & 10 (1-3 pm.) or by apt. call 610-286-5183. TERMS: 10% down day of sale; settlement within 45 days of sale. Terms by: Joseph B & Joan Rocchino. Kling & Deibler Attorneys.


610-286-5183 • 888-209-6160

Auctioneers: Harold Martin (717) 738-4228 AA#0019488 Christ Taylor (717) 371-1915 AU#005421 Sellers: Jerre & Emma Martin (717) 629-1575 Attorney: Patrick Deibler (717) 354-7700

Seven Mile Rd., North Bend. From Lock Haven take Rt. 120 W. for 23 miles. Right Jack Paulhamus Pkwy. Right onto Right Hand Young Woman's Creek Rd. for 6.7 miles. Right Seven Mile Rd. ¼ mile to properties on right. (Chapman Twp., Clinton Co.) REAL ESTATE: Two tracts of woodland 44 ACRES & 19.8 ACRES w/level to hillside terrain. Both tracts w/Seven Mile Rd. frontage w/ bridge access to each tract over Young Women's Creek. Mature timber. Both tracts border 1000's of acres of PA State Forest Land. Tracts sold separately. Excellent for campsites, recreation, hunting & fishing (Seven Mile Run). Approved ATV & snowmobile rd. Easy access from North Bend/Renovo Area. Very low taxes. Both tracts enrolled in Clean & Green. NOTE: Owners motivated & serious to sell! Inspection of either tract anytime. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006. (Lender NMLS ID #834368)





FRIDAY, AUG. 23, 2019 AT 6:00 P.M.


Merle Eberly • Alvin Horning C. Ivan Stoltzfus CAI Horning Farm Agency, Inc. AY002091


1½ Story, 4 Bedroom, 1½ Bath House, Daylight Basement, Large Backyard, Covered Front Porch, Deck







1858 Stone & Log 2 Story Country Dwelling • 3.9 Acres • Fenced Pastures, Woodland & Barn

Randal V. Kline, Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt, Curvin M. Horning 717-445-4309 Lic. #499, 2116, 5064, 3956

Jay P. Weaver: 717-629-1997 Marlin R. Martin: 717-629-1995


to 2 p.m. Attendees may also experience the Pennsylvania Middle Division HO-scale operating layout in the second-floor gallery and the Pennsylvania Landscapes HOscale operating layout in Stewart Junction. Both layouts are crafted and maintained primarily by museum volunteers. The Model Railroading Days event is included in the regular museum admission fee. Readers may visit or call 717-687-8628 for more information.


Council Holds Conference, Presents Awards

PUBLIC AUCTION Brick 3 BR Rancher on .42 Acre Lot Personal Property, Furniture, Antiques & Coins

SAT., SEPT. 21, 2019 AT 9:00 A.M. REAL ESTATE AT 12:00 P.M. 103 Hahnstown Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 - Lanc. Co. (Hinkletown Area) From Rt 222 take Rt. 322 E to 1st light at Turkey Hill. Go in Hahnstown Rd. to property on right.

The winners of the Lancaster County DUI Top Gun Awards for 2018 were honored at the 28th annual Lancaster County DUI Awareness Conference on June 18. master of ceremonies was retired York County Judge John Kennedy, who is now a judicial outreach liaison for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The honorees are Patrol Officer Samuel A. Sanger, East Lampeter Township Police Department, 43 arrests; Patrolman Roger Kreisher Jr., East Cocalico Township Police Department, 31 arrests; Patrolman Seth A. Arnold, Northwest Regional Police Department, 24 arrests; Patrolman Ryan Goss, Manheim Borough Police Department, 14 arrests; Officer Megan Huyett, Pequea Township Police Department, 13 arrests; Patrol Officer Joshua Gay, Manheim Township Police Department, 12 arrests; Patrolman Karl J. Hartranft, West Hempfield Township Police Department, 11 arrests; Officer Tyler Weinoldt, Lititz Borough

Police Department, 43 arrests; Detective Shawn Gunnett, Lancaster City Bureau of Police, 27 arrests; Officer W. Clay Smoker, Manor Township Police Department, 22 arrests; Patrolman Evan Shubrooks, West Lampeter Township Police Department, 13 arrests; Officer Robert Leh, Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Department, 13 arrests; and Sergeant Kyle Hosking, Mount Joy Borough Police Department, 11 arrests. The conference is coordinated by the DUI Council of Lancaster County, a local nonprofit organization established in 1987 to serve as a free resource to the community in promoting

responsible use of alcohol, reducing the incidences of impaired driving and underage drinking, and encouraging environmental change by altering social misperceptions as they pertain to social norms. For more information, readers may visit or search for “DUI Council of Lancaster County” on Facebook. DUI Council activities, including the conference, are made possible through a grant provided by the Lancaster County Drug and Alcohol Commission, with funding from the Pennsylvania Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs, and are administered by Compass Mark.





Sale For: Estate of Evelyn Coldren Executors: Dale & Larry Coldren Attorney: Joan E. London, Esquire Kozloff Stoudt 610-670-2552


FEATURES: Built in1957, custom design Cape Cod with First Floor Master Bedroom, 2nd bedroom, 2 full bathrooms, Kitchen with lots of updated custom cabinets and full appliances including newer, built in dishwasher. Beautiful hardwood flooring throughout most of first floor leading into an added Great room, well lit with picture windows (overlooking deck and large, private yard) and skylights, many more features. Second floor has large reading room, Ig. third bedroom, walk in cedar closet. INCLUDED: Central Air, Vinyl Windows, Public Water/Sewer. 796 sq ft 2 car garage, 200 amp electric. Move In Ready OPEN HOUSE DATE: Sat., August 17, 10:00 til 12 Noon or by appointment, Contact Patrick Morgan at 717-278-9202. TERMS: 10% down payment on day of sale, Settlement on or before October 22nd, 2019. Real Estate is offered and will be sold AS/IS. Photos Gallery & More Details at

30 Acre +/- cattle/produce/crop farm w/bank barn, 3 silos, equip. shed, shop, greenhouses, lg. house w/in-law quarters and additional 2 bdrm. tenant dwelling w/horse barn. 2½ Sty. farm house w/3,980 sq. ft. Main part: kitchen, living rm., parlor, 4 bdrms., full bath, laundry/mudrm., attic, basement. Coal stove heat. In-law addition: Kitchen, living rm., 3 bdrms., full bath, laundry/mudrm., attic, basement. Propane heat. Barn: 42'x78' bank barn w/36'x36' and 36'x100' additions. Set-up for feeding cattle. Equip. Shed: 36'x80' post fram bldg. Shop: 50'x80' frame bldg. (former tobacco shed - still has cellar) 3 Stave Silos: 14'x60', 12'x50', 8'x30'. 2 Greenhouses: 30'x100' & 20'x100'. Few other buildings. On-site septic & 2 wells. Additional tenant dwelling (2 bdrm. mobile home) w/20'x32' horse barn and well/septic. Ephrata & Earl Townships. Zoned AG and Mineral Recovery. Annual Taxes approx. $8,000. (Clean & Green). Note: The Burkholders have decided to sell their farm, offering a splendid opportunity to purchase a working farm with productive limestone soils. Approx. 25 acres tillable, level to gentle slope fields. Access to Muddy Creek. Great Central location. Terms: 10% down, settlement on or before November 14, 2019. Inspection by appointment or OPEN HOUSE: SATS., July 20 & August 3, 1-3 P.M. 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

Doug Good, Attorney 717-354-4456

Auction for: Jonas M. & Bertha Burkholder (585) 526-5965


Partially Finished Basement, Detached Two Car Block Garage


30 ACRE FARM w/Buildings 7 Bdrm. House w/In-Law Quarters – Bank Barn – Silos – Shop Equip. – Shed – Greenhouses – Additional 2 Bdrm. Tenant Dwelling

Go approx. 1½ mi. Turn left onto Fry’s Rd. Continue approx. ¼ mi. to farm.

108 New St., East Earl, Lancaster Co., Pa. 17519

(East Earl/Goodville Area)


Location: 1040 Fry’s Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 (Ephrata & Earl Twps., Lanc. Co.) Directions: Rt. 322 East of Ephrata to Hinkletown. Turn left onto Martindale Rd.

1¾ story Cape Cod, Brick & Vinyl, 2367 sq. ft, Bdrm., • 888-209-6160

Auctioneers: Noah Shirk (717) 354-0192 AU#005928 Christ Taylor (717) 371-1915 AU# 005421 Seller: Estate of Susanna Eberly Attorney: Jeff Ovellete, Apple & Yost Executors: Raymond Eberly (717) 606-2589 Mary E. Howe


- Martindale Area -

FRI., AUGUST 16, 2019 AT 3:00 P.M.

Real Estate in Great Location

Description: Brick, 3 BR, 1 bath rancher w/att. 1 car garage; asphalt roof, soffit & gable trim need paint or covered w/aluminum. Updated w/new vinyl replacement windows. Custom built, 1963 home, w/eat-in kitchen & built in cabinets, vinyl floor, electric range included. Lg. living room w/bay window & 3 BRs, all have oak hardwood flooring & closet; hot/warm air heat w/oil furnace in full basement & two 275 gal. tanks; copper plumbing including drainpipes. Good on-site well & sewer. Beautiful level country setting w/rural farmland along back side; Lg. garden area & 8'x10' garden shed; Lg. mature shade trees along west side of house; blacktop driveway w/turnaround. Ephrata Area School District. Taxes: $3,165.00+/- per yr. Open Houses: Sat., Aug. 17 & Sept. 7, 1-3 P.M.; Thurs., Aug. 29, 6-8 P.M. or call for more information. Terms: $15,000.00 down payment on the day of auction. Balance due at settlement on or before November 5, 2019. Buyer pays 2% transfer fee. Attention Realtors: 1% broker participation offer to Realtors who preregister their buyers and who become successful bidder the day of the auction. Pre-registration forms & pictures available online. Personal Property: Watch for More Information! Auctioneer’s Notes: This would make an excellent starter home or for elderly. Last occupied by 94 yr. old lady; And she had a lot of early furniture, antiques handed down from her parents. Starting with household items & antiques, then furniture at 11 A.M. Real Estate at 12 noon. For more information, pictures and forms go to: or or


Nearly 200 southcentral Pennsylvania professionals attended the 28th annual Lancaster County DUI Awareness Conference on June 18 at the Lancaster County Public Safety Training Center. Attendees included treatment and prevention specialists, traffic safety advocates, and professionals from the fields of law enforcement, probation/parole, and health care. The daylong event featured breakout sessions, including “PA Liquor Laws and Current Trends” presented by Todd Merlina, enforcement supervisor, Pennsylvania State Police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement; “DUI-D Investigations” and “DUI Case Law Updates” presented by Ande Gonzalez, Lancaster County assistant district attorney; “Opioids and Recovery” presented by Melissa Shifler, The RASE Project; “Social Development Strategy” presented by Christine Glover, community prevention mobilizer, Compass Mark; and “Standing on the Same Steps” presented by Ken Montrose, director of training, Greenbriar Treatment. The opening session was delivered by motivational speaker Steve Fitzhugh, former Denver Broncos free safety. His presentation’s purpose was to empower the audience to achieve maximum impact through motivation, inspiration, and education. The highlight of the conference was the presentation of the annual Lancaster County DUI Top Gun Awards. Thirteen municipal law enforcement officers were honored for making the most arrests for impaired driving in 2018 within their respective departments. Combined, the 2018 honorees removed 277 impaired drivers from Lancaster County roadways. The DUI Top Gun Awards’

- Garden Spot Edition - August 14, 2019 - 17

Located at 1651 Main St. (Goodville) East Earl, Pa. 17519 Directions: From Shady Maple Complex East Earl, Pa. take Rt. 23 E. 1.5 mi. to property on left. Real Estate: consists of a 1,224 sq. ft. 1.5 story brick 3-bdrm 1.5 bath dwelling; detached 2-car garage w/heated shop, 2-story poultry barn & mobile home pad. Main floor features a galley style kitchen; dining room w/2-built-in corner cupboards; living room; ½ bath & bedroom; 2nd floor has 2-bedrooms & full bath; basement utility room w/laundry hook-up; cold cellar; slate roof; oil furnace HW heat; on-site well & septic; annual taxes: $2,782. Outbuildings: an 800 sq. ft. 2-car garage w/attached 340 sq. ft. shop; a 24’x30’ 2-story poultry barn; mobile home rental pad income $325/mo. Open House: SAT. AUG. 3 & 10 from 1-3 PM for info call auctioneer at (717) 371-3333 Terms: 10% down day of sale, balance on or before 60-days. Attorney: Kling & Deibler (717) 354-7700 Note: Charming one-owner home located just east Goodville; large level country lot with shop, barn & room for garden or pasture; low taxes; desirable ELANCO schools! For photos & listing visit Antiques & Personal Property: Hoosier style cabinet; waterfall 3-pc bdrm suite; chip carved dbl bed & bedding; 6-rush seat pressed back oak chairs; dining table & 4-chairs; Maytag wringer washer; dryer; sm chest freezer; 2-Wheeling twin tubs & stands; roll-top desk; Singer treadle sewing machine; oak library table; blanket chests; clothe trees; sofa; nice bar stools; early wooden foot stools, lamp stands, wall shelves; iron bed; early Carnival glass, graniteware, Dutch ovens, crocks & jugs; wash boiler; SS pail; oil lamps; PB glasses; John Deere farm toys, trucks & trains; antique mantle clock; vintage quilts, comforters & spreads; lots of canning jars; toys, games & books, chase-the rat game; old 45 & 33 records; lots of misc. cookware & kitchen items; Hoover vac; much more not listed! Lawn, Garden & Shop Tools: 5-sp John Deere D100 mower w/38” cut; Toro SP trim mower; Lincoln welder; Craftsman tool box; bench vise & grinder; drill press; doweling jig; buffers; new tarps & tie-down straps; C-clamps; bolt organizers; wrench & socket sets; wheelbarrow; power cultivator/row maker; 2-trim mowers; dump lawn trailer; 2-auto-creepers; box & barbed wire; 24’ aluminum ext. ladder; step ladders; old MOPAR display; old chicken feeders & nest boxes; lawn chairs; saw bucks; ext cords; quoits; Radio flyer wagon; new Huffy bike; 3-bikes; galvanized water cans; milk cans; window AC units; digging irons, sledge hammers, axes, shovels, rakes, many hand & power tools & lawn & garden items; plus much more. Terms: cash, PA check or credit card w/3% fee; sale held under tent, bring a chair; food by WVFC aux.; all sale day announcements take precedence over any prior ads. Auction By: Auction For: MARTIN & RUTT AUCTIONEERS ALMA R. & (the late AY2189-L MELVIN) BRENDLE Michael J. Martin (717) 371-3333 (Dorothy (717) 475-1368) John J. Rutt II (717) 587-8906 R043307

18 - PENNYSAVER - Garden Spot Edition - August 14, 2019

(Farmersville Area)


PUBLIC AUCTION Valuable Real Estate - 1 Acre +/-



3 Bdrm. Brick House - 2 Car Garage Ford Crown Victoria Car - John Deere Lawn Tractor Tools - H.H. Goods - Books - Gold & Silver Coins - Antiques


SAT., AUGUST 17, 2019 AT 8:30 A.M.



1300 Earl Ave., East Earl. Rt. 322 E. from Blue Ball to East Earl. Right Rt. 897 S. Right Earl Ave. Rancher w/1218 SF, eatin kitchen w/ appliances & pantry, living rm., 3 bdrms., full bath, 1st floor laundry, partial finish family rm. w/ fireplace, full bsmt. w/shop, elec. heat, central AC, 1 car gar., utility bldg. insulated/ tilt windows, level lot w/ mature shade. After 50 years owners relocating to retirement community & serious to sell. Solid dwl. w/oak hardwood floors. Personal inspection by appointment or Open House Sat., August 24, 31 & September 7 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368). **Special Note: Items below sold immediately after Real Estate** JD LT 155 Tractor/Mower w/38” Deck & Bagger, JD 21” Self Prop. Mower, Maytag Washer & Dryer, Frig. Upright Freezer. NOTE: Terms cash or PA check. Personal property above sold immediately after real estate at 5 P.M.

Location: 767 Glenwood Drive, Ephrata, PA 17522 (Ephrata Twp./Lanc. Co.) Directions: Rt. 322 East of Ephrata. Turn left onto Hahnstown Rd. to left onto Glenwood Drive to property on left.

- REAL ESTATE 3 Bdrm. brick house & 2-car garage on 1 Acre +/-. Needs some TLC. 1½ Sty. brick house w/1,356 sq. ft., 3 bdrms., 1 bath, eat-in kitchen, living rm. w/open stairway, parlor, laundry/mudroom, full basement w/can room and outside steps. Front porch. Oil/hot water heat. 22'x24' detatched 2-car garage. 12'x20' chicken shed. All on 1 Acre +/- w/macadam drive, mature shade, on-site well & septic. Zoned residential Ephrata Twp. Note: Property w/good location. Will make good starter home or as investment. Needs some TLC. Prepare to buy, will be sold to settle estate. Easy access to Rts. 322, 222 & 272. Terms: 10% down, settlement on or before October 16, 2019. Kling & Deibler, Attys. 717-354-7700. Inspection by appointment or OPEN HOUSE: SAT., August 3; 1-3 P.M. Contact auctioneer at (717) 354-9524 w/any questions or to schedule a showing. Car - ‘91 Ford Crown Victoria LTD, 87K miles. Lawn & Garden - Tools Primitives – JD 240 lawn tractor w/38" deck & 46" blade; 42"x60" lawn trailer; Stihl BGE61 leaf blower (elec.); 1250 PSI washer (elec.); Ariens ST824 snowblower; Sump pump; Handyman jack; Schauer 2/12/50 charger; Wheelbarrow; Lawn spreader; Hand cart; Saw horses; Stepladders; Wooden ext. ladder; ShopVac; 220 HD elec. cord; Sledge, picks, ax, digging iron & other asst. tools; Fairbanks platform scale; Skil portable belt sander; Skil angle grinder; Skil router; SK socket set; Carpenter chest; Huot drill index (like new) Columbian 5" bench vise; 10 hole galv. chicken nest box; straw cutter; 2 & 3 prong fork; Scythe; Sickles; Wooden hames; Wooden hitch eveners; Buckeye stove; Wooden barrel; Shoe lathe; Ice tongs; Wooden pulley; Yankee drill brace; Bailey No. 6 plane; coal buckets; Galv. buckets; Hand saws; Vinyl oyster sign; Cloth carpenter aprons; Wire egg baskets; Galv. watering cans; Milk bucket; Galv. wash boiler; Galv. twin wash tubs. Furniture - Singer treadle sewing mach. w/cabinet; Cedar wardrobe; 3 blanket chests; Cedar chest; Sofa; China closet; Bookcase; Day bed; Knee hole desk; Ext. table w/2 boards; Set 8 spindle back chairs; Wooden rocking chairs; 4 pc. bedroom suite; Maytag wringer wash machine. H.H. Goods - Antiques - Microwave; SS kettles, pots, pans; Asst. kitchenwares & housewares; Canning jars; Meat saw; Blankets, sheets, bedding; Puzzles, games; Pfaltzgraff canister set; Tin canister set; Carnival candy dish; Asst. glassware; 3 Liberty Blue plates; Agateware; C.I. fry pans; Aladdin oil lamp w/mantel; Glass butter churn; straight razor; Wooden doll cradle; Baby shoe boxes; C.I. cat; Cora mini C.I. stove; Violin, Mantel clock; Record player; 33½ records: Bluegrass, Country, Gospel; Julie Martin framed painting; Allen G. Musser framed painting; Misc. framed prints; Sad iron & trivet; Blue jars; Early Pfaltzgraff 3 gal. jug & other stoneware crocks & jugs; Drying pan; Early postcards; Vintage Valentine cards. Books - Geneology: Jacob Sherk Brubaker, Daniel W. Martin, Henry Fox & Fanny Bauman, Stauffer, Jacob Brubaker - Snyder Co., Stahl, Moses W. & Anna Hoover Martin, Bishop Jonas Martin Life & Geneology; Farming, Always Farming; Portraits of the Past from Cocalico Valley - 1986; A Turn of the Century - View of Ephrata - 1982; 100 Years of Camera Scenes; A Pleasant View of Martindale; Century of Farming; Mr. Fisher’s Company; Paraguay Elmer; Harry’s Journey - Pathway; Sunshine & Shadow Stoll; Bobbsey Twins; Numerous Penna. German books including New poetry books by Gladys herself; Century of Education; South of the Equator; A Sketch of Hahnstown History; Horse & Buggy Mennonites; Plain Buggies; My Ocean is Wide; The Story of Hinkletown Menn. Church; Bird Books; Cat Books; Horses in Harness; Horse Power; Ada the Ayrshire; History of Port Treverton; Webster’s Unabridged dictionary (3350 pgs.); Jack & Jill (1940’s); Uncle Wiggly; Tiny Tales; Comics; Scrapbooks w/news clippings and more books. Watches – Coins - Bulova 10K wrist watch; Hamilton pocket watch; Approx. 100 lots

Randal V. Kline, Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-733-1006 Lic. #499, 2116, 5064, 3956

Irvin G. & Dorothy J. Weaver Call Darryl Weaver: 717-413-9030



AUCTION BY: Martin & Rutt Auctioneers Ephrata & New Holland, PA AY-002189-L John J. Rutt II, 717-587-8906 Michael J. Martin, 717-371-3333


AUCTION INFO. - Auction held under tent - bring chairs. Auction Order: Begin w/Tools & H. H. Goods. Coins at 11:00. Car at 11:45. RE at 12:00. Auction Co. & sellers are not responsible for accidents. Auction day announcements take precedence over all advertising. Payment terms: Approved check, cash or credit card w/3% fee. Food Stand.


Auction for: Gladys Martin Estate (The Late Lester) Lamar Martin, Exec.


Kling & Deibler, Attys. 717-354-7700

LOCATED AT: 224 Cider Mill Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 DIRECTIONS: From Rt. 322 approx. 1 mile E. of Ephrata, turn S. on Cabin Rd. (turns into Conestoga Creek Rd.) to stop sign. Turn right on Cider Mill Rd. to second property on right. REAL ESTATE: A wonderful all brick Rancher & detached shop on level 1.26 acre lot in the country. House was built in 1969 and has 2,067 sq. ft. w/Cherry kitchen, abundant cabinetry, eat-at counter; open to dining area; large living room w/front Bay window; rec. room or office; parlor room; 3 BR all w/closets; 2 full baths; large mud room/laundry area; 2-car attached garage; brick rear patio; finished full basement w/brick fireplace; on-site well & septic; elec. heat pump; coal stove; central A/C (2017); insulated windows. 36’x20’ DETACHED BRICK GARAGE has 9’ high & 10’ wide overhead door; concrete floor; insulated with heat; water; electric. West Earl Twp; CV Sch. Dis.; zoned Residential; total taxes are approx. $5,031.00. OPEN HOUSE DATES: Saturdays, Aug. 3 & 10, from 1-3 P.M. Call/Text auctioneer with questions at 717-587-8906. TOOLS/GARAGE ITEMS: John Deere 2210 Tractor w/210 front end loader, 62” belly mower deck, 3 pt. hook-up, 4x4, diesel, hydrostatic, 630 hrs., & Curtis cab.; John Deere 955 Tractor w/frontt end loader loader, 7 series back back-hoe, hoe 4x4, diesel, 1,500 hrs.; John Deere F-525 Zero-turn mower w/1,618 hrs.; 1998 Mercury Grand Marquis car w/100,000 mi., loaded, runs good; 10’x6.5’ tandem axel deck-over trailer; Simplicity 10 HP Snowblower; Honda HRB-216TXA lawn mower; Echo blower PB-250LN; Echo trimmer SRM-225; Stihl chainsaw MS210C; Split-Fire #255 log-splitter w/Honda engine; Craftsman air compressor; orchard sprayer w/3 HP engine; mechanic tool chest & tools; logging chain; Schwinn Air-Dyne; double rack chicken BBQ Pit; Etter full-size water pump; hand tools; plus more unlisted. PERSONAL PROPERTY: Remington #760 .270 Rifle; Remington #870 12 gauge Wingmaster Shotgun; .300 Winchester Savage Rifle; old BB gun; Walnut Victorian marble top dresser & washstand; 4 pc. solid Cherry bedroom suite; antique Oak icebox; dovetailed blanket chest; (6) plank seat chairs by Horning; Table w/11 boards by Horning; 3 pc. cherry entertainment center; Antique brass bed; Green painted jelly cupboard; child’s rolltop desk; Pool table; Foosball table; Jay McVey handmade model covered bridge; Bosch front load Washer & Dryer; (4) old quilts; (12+) new handmade quilts; paint decorated milk can; old wooden barrel; crocks; Green canning jars; lots of old books; old records; Cookbooks; Longaberger® baskets; Stainless steel flatware; several cast-iron pans; old Transfer china; old china plates; lots of Princess House glassware; more unlisted. Visit our updated website AUCTION BY: Martin & Rutt Auctioneers Ephrata & New Holland, PA AY-002189-L John J. Rutt II, 717-587-8906 Michael J. Martin, 717-371-3333



Queen Elizabeth II $3 gold coin; (15) Morgan silver dollars; American Eagle 1 oz. silver dollars; Lots of Walking Liberty half dollars; Lg. amount Mercury dimes; 1.5 oz. Silver George T. Morgan 1876 $100 Union (Struck in 2008); 1822 lg. cent; Buffalo nickles; Indian head & wheat pennies.

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


(Farmersville/Hinkletown Area)

coins to include: (5) Indian Head $5 gold coins (1908, 1911, 1910, 1915); 1880 Liberty Head $5 gold coin; 2008

See more at, ID#25403

LOCATED AT: 16 E. Farmersville Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 DIRECTIONS: From East side of Ephrata, travel Rt. 322 East for 1.8 miles and turn right on E. Farmersville Rd. Follow E. Farmersville Rd. for 3 miles to property on right (3 properties off the square in Farmersville) REAL ESTATE: A very desirable Farmette in Farmersville. Level 5.4 acres includes a framed 2.5-sty. house has 5 BRs, 2-sty. brick 4-car detached garage w/recreation room above, 175'x20' older chicken house w/additional packing room; 50'x35' 2-story barn w/rm. for heifers; 2+ acre fenced pasture. House has lg. kitchen w/wooden cabinetry; open to dining area; large family rm. w/leaded glass front door & hardwood flooring; main level laundry; 5 total BRs (1 on main level); a full bathroom on each level; oil fired radiator heat; huge backyard w/view over the farmland; Zoned Residential, West Earl Twp. Attorney R. Douglas Good. AUCTIONEER NOTE: One of the best parcels of land in Farmersville, walk behind the buildings and see all the possibilities this tract of land has to offer. Buildings seem solid, but could use some updating. Truly a must-see property. OPEN HOUSE DATES: Saturdays, Aug. 17, 24, & 31 from 1-3 P.M. Call/Text auctioneer at 717-587-8906. PERSONAL PROPERTY: Ford F-150 4x4 pickup; Buick Park Avenue 4-door car; Ford 8-N tractor w/3 pt. hook-up; Yanmar Diesel tractor, 4x4; lots of country antiques & a complete house full of antiques & collectibles. See future ad for all details; selling with 2 auctioneers. The Kurtz’s lived here for over 60 years……selling everything except memories. Visit our updated website


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Selling Absolute!

Selling Absolute!

Sleepers & Daycabs

Reefer/Van Trailers


Const Equip

Selling Absolute!



- Intercourse Area -

REAL ESTATE - 1.3 ACRE +/5 Bdrm. House - 40’x80’ Barn - 4,000 SF Shop Diesel - Dust Collector - Woodworking Machinery - Tools Spring Wagon - Carriage - Antiques - Primitives - AgriFab Mower Moon & Star Glassware - Books - Furniture - H.H. Goods

SAT., AUGUST 31, 2019 AT 8:30 A.M./R.E. AT 1:00 P.M. HELP WANTED General

Location: 3841 Yost Rd., Gordonville, PA 17529 (Leacock Twp./Lanc. Co.) Directions: Follow Hollander Rd., North of Intercourse, Turn right onto Yost Rd. Continue to auction on left OR Take Peters Rd. south of Rt. 23. Follow to auction. Real Estate: 1-3/10 acre property w/6 Bdrm. house, 40’x80’ barn and 4,000 sq. ft. shop. 2½ sty. house w/2,802 sq. ft.; 6 bdrms.; full bath; eat-in kitchen w/oak rsd. panel and built-in china cupboard; living rm.; family rm. w/stone hearth; sewing rm.; parlor w/gas log fireplace; laundry/mudroom; basement w/cold cellar and outside steps; attic and wraparound deck bordering a water garden w/2 sm. fish ponds. Coal/HW heat. Outbuildings: 4,000 sq.ft. heated shop and 40’x80’ 2 sty. barn w/5 stalls, carriage area, office, garage and 2nd floor storage area w/elevator. Also 12’x20’ utility bdlg. and 8’x12’ chicken shed. All on 1.3 acre +/- w/macadam drive and parking, mature shade, garden area w/black raspberries, water garden, on-site well & septic. Zoned AG. PV schools. Leacock Twp. Note: Conveniently located property w/4,000 Sq. Ft. shop. Minutes to New Holland, Intercourse, Leola, etc. Easy access to Rts. 23, 340, 772, etc. Owners are downsizing and ready to sell. Inspection by appointment or OPEN HOUSE: Terms: 10% down, settlement on or before October SATURDAYS, August 10 & 17; 1-3 P.M. 30, 2019. Kling & Deibler, Attys. 717-354-7700 Contact auctioneer at (717) 354-9524 w/any questions. See more at ID#25403

BANGOR EPISCOPAL-FOUNDED 1722. 4 mi. W of Morgantown on Rt. 23 in Churchtown. Sunday Holy Eucharist at 10am. All are welcome. Handicap accessible. Parking lot adjacent to the church off Water Street. For additional info.,

CALVARY CHAPEL OF HONEY BROOK: 80 Village Square, Honey Brook. Teach the Word of God book-by-book, chapter-bychapter & verse-by verse. Sunday: Worship & Bible Study with nursery & children’s church at 9 am. Tuesday: Worship, Bible Study & children’s church at 7:30 pm. Wednesday: Women’s Bible Study at 10 am. Monthly Saturday: Men’s Prayer Breakfast offsite at 7 am.

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.

CEDAR LANE CHAPEL: 1401 Springville Rd. (Rt. 897), East Earl. Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.; Worship - 10:30 a.m. Pastor Marlin Martin (717) 445-6697. Music Director Rick Kochel. CHURCHTOWN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: 2170 Main Street, Narvon (Churchtown). 717-445-5585, Pastor Dave Kling, 5 mi East of New Holland on PA 23. Sunday worship 9am Handicapped Assess EVANGELICAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH New Holland. “Our God-Given Mission is to be a Loving, Welcoming, Serving and Growing Presence in New Holland and Everywhere” Sunday Mornings: Sunday School for all ages 8:45am; Fellowship 9:30am; Worship 10am. Nursery Provided. FREE Community Dinner held 1st Wed. of each month at 5:30pm. 476 W. Main St. (717)3542334 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.


Auction for: Samuel S. and Rebecca Riehl (717) 354-8628

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

BEILER PAVING, a family owned business since 1965, has several positions available: Skid Loader Operator, Prep Crew Laborer, Paving Laborer. We will train the right individuals. Competitive wages and benefits. Call John at 717-989-1360

Find It In The Classified Section

NEW HOLLAND CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE: 428 Ranck Rd, New Holland. 717-355-7800 Pastor Stephen Kindt. Sunday Worship Gathering at 10:00 AM Children’s Sunday School.

PILGRIM BIBLE CHURCH: 5367 Paes Rd., New Holland. Located 1/4 mi from Welsh Mountain Rec. Center on Paes Rd., 717-354-9444. Sunday School 9:15 am, Worship Service 10:30 am. Nursery. Pastor: Norman Griess.

NEW HOLLAND UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: 120 West Main St. 717-3540226. Pastor Ray Voran. Worship 9 a.m. childcare provided; Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Handicapped access.

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.

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.

ST. JOHN CENTER LUTHERAN CHURCH 599 Reading Rd., East Earl, PA 17519 ph: 717-445-5505. Sunday Worship at 10:15am.Pastor Thomas Darr. In celebration of our 200 year Anniversary, we will be providing the following musical entertainment: Sept. 15@ 10:15AM Old Timey Service with Previous pastors. Come and join the joy of music with us!!Call Church for info.



CAREGIVERS NEEDED: CNA's, HHA's & care assistants, make a difference in the life of a senior and put your caregiving experience to work. All shifts available. Call Visiting Angels at 717-393-3450.

COUNTY OF LANCASTER Seeking to fill 5 (Five) Maintenance Worker II positions. Experienced in building-related systems & equip or grounds-related tasks & equip. To complete application go to: /Employment-Opportunities. More info call 717-299-8323.

CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE WANTED Our Customer Service is critical to our continued success! Gratifying, team-oriented opportunity with a growing company! We offer competitive wages, IRA with company match, paid vacation and holidays, plus opportunity for quarterly bonuses! If you are a team player and looking forward to making and growing productive relationships, then we would like to speak with you .

Visit or email for complete list of qualifications and duties. DRIVER NEEDED FOR furniture store in MD on Thursdays. Needs to have the ability to lift furniture & pull a trailer. Call 717-839-1312 for more info.

FT COOK 10:00am-6:30pm. $12/hr. Love to Cook? Love Seniors? DRIVER for Skilled Nursing. Must be a Cert. Nursing Asst. Scheduled “as needed” $14.00/hr. FT HOUSEKEEPING 8:00am-4:30pm. $10/ hr. Great Benefits FT KITCHEN/ DINING HELP Great family business! Great company benefits! Love culinary? Love seniors? 10:30 am - 7:00pm Starts $10/hour PT MED TECH/RA 4:00-8:00 pm; M-F No Weekends $12.00/hr. plus shift diff. Great Benefits: PTO, 401(k), Medical, Dental, Vision, Aflac, Life Ins., Attendance Award & FREE Coffee Come in and fill-in application at 2499 Zerbe Road, Narvon, PA 17555 or go online at: EOE

DAY SHIFT THE COMMUNITY CHURCH AT GARDEN SPOT VILLAGE: 435 S. Kinzer Ave., New Holland. Pastor Chet Yoder. Sunday Morning Worship 10 a.m. WEAVERLAND ANABAPTIST FAITH COMMUNITY: 210 Weaverland Valley Rd., East Earl, 717445-6348. Restoring lives by encountering Christ. Lead Pastor Brian Martin. Sunday worship services: 8 & 10:30am, w/Sunday Schl for all ages at 9:30am. Vibrant Young Adult, Youth & Children’s Ministries. Aglow/60 Plus & Men’s & Women’s Care Ministries.

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

BULK FEED DRIVER LOCAL Truck based out of Eastern Lancaster County / Western Chester County Competitive Wages, Overtime Pay, 3% Company Match IRA, Health Insurance, Short Term Disability Coverage, Paid Holidays & Personal Days, Safety Bonus.

E-mail Resume to: Phone: 717-665-4040


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COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Based in Bird-in-Hand that works in the Mushroom Industry needs to hire a Mininum 10 Yrs. experience in commercial construction required. Good Pay & Benefits.



DRIVER NEEDED TO take workers to shop from Coatesville to Ronks morning and evening. Call for more details 717-3149334


IS DRIVING YOUR THING? Join Pinnacle, DriveAway our new box trucks nationwide. SAME DAY pay! Tow/ CDL BONUS avail. 3yr active DL REQ. Call 1-833-43-DRIVE or visit

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

HELP NEEDED AT fresh meat stand to do prep work & counter sales at New Jersey Farmers Market, Thursdays. Also need Saturday Driver. 717-768-8074

LOOKING FOR A Dependable & Honest worker w/ valid drivers license for carpenter crew in Narvon/ Intercourse/ Gap Area. 717-715-3558

SCHOOL CROSSING GUARDS NEEDED! Serve the community and earn $15.00/HR. Work a BRIEF shift in the AM & PM. Call Angie 717-681-5993!

MARKET HELP WANTED at busy coffee & donut shop in PA or MD. Thurs. Fri. & Sat. Call 717-725-3963

SECURITY OFFICERS, FT/PT, Days, Evenings & Overnights, Morgantown Area. Competitive wages. References & drivers license required. 610-458-1101.

DRIVER/ WORKER Needed with Valid Drivers License. Superior Siding, 717-278-4947 R043901


Clean MVR, Top Wages Paid & Benefits: Based on experience.Email resume or your qualificationand info to

NOW HIRING Restaurant


DRIVER/ LABORER/ INSTALLER Needed for Stucco & Stone Veneer. Paid holiday’s & vacations. Call 717-768-0023





• Server Position • Housekeeping • Dishwasher apply in person Benefits include meal discounts, employee discounts at Best Western hotels worldwide. R045007

Intercourse Village Inn 3610 E. Newport Rd., Intercourse, PA 17534 Family Owned and Operated for over 25 Years

Great Benefits: Paid Holidays, Sick & Vacation Days for FT and PT Associates. Free meals while working. Going the Extra mile awards monthly Apply in person to:

HELP WANTED ON Construction Crew in Gordonville. Competitive pay. Must be prompt and honest. Call Jesse at 717381-5126 for an interview.

PT RETAIL; FT/PT PRODUCTION 2nd shift, EOE. Apply within: Achenbach’s Pastry, Inc. 375 E. Main St, Leola.

Phoenix Courier, a rapidly growing 20 year old Lancaster company is accepting applications for the following driver positions:

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.

CDL-A DRIVERS • P/T 3180 Horseshoe Pike, Honey Brook, PA 19344


Positions also available for: HVAC SERVICE TECHS, PLUMBERS



Must have minimum 3 years clean; accident free MVR; Minimum 3 years verifiable CDL A driving experience; must meet & pass all DOT requirements to include pre-employment drug screen.

Call 717-869-5734

WAREHOUSE TEAM MEMBER Our Warehouse team is critical to our continued success! Excellent, day shift, full-time opportunity with a growing company! We offer competitive wages, IRA with company match, paid vacation and holidays, plus opportunity for quarterly bonuses! If you are a team player, looking to start a career that is equally rewarding as it is challenging, then we would like to speak with you.

Visit or email: for complete list of qualifications and duties.

DRIVER / WORKER Flatwork and masonry crew. Experience preferred, but can train willing individual.

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.

SANITARY/STORMLINE MAINTENANCE CO hiring capable, dependable person to be part of a 2 man crew. Clear driving record and license mandatory. Must be able to get CDL in specific amount of time. Salary negotiable. Call 610-593-2263 8-4 M-F

HELP WANTED wanted for concrete



Reaching over 372,000 households every week with your advertising message is significant. Call 1-800-428-4211 and ask for the "360 SPECIAL" to find out how.

Management WRIGHTSVILLE AMERICAN LEGION is in search of a Bar/Canteen Manager. The ideal individual will have knowledge of SGOC, JarTrek POS, inventory control and excellent record keeping skills. High energy, creative, ability to think for yourself. Willing to train someone with bar business experience. Stop in to the Post at 101 S. 2nd St in Wrightsville to fill out an application or on facebook: American Legion Post 469

Gordonville, PA R044404


Permanent Part-time Position. Ideal for retired drivers and others with extremely flexible schedule. Home Daily. Hourly pay. All hours paid. Paid detention time. Tandem axle day cab, 53’x102� dry van. 99% no touch freight. ELD experience.

QUALITY ORIENTED 35 year old property maintenance/landscape company seeks experienced (or will train right persons) landscape maintenance installation team members. Full or PT positions available immediately. Pay commensurate with experience. Call Shawn 717-951-0324

Entry level position loading trash and recycling for residential customers. Position offers a competitive salary and a full benefits package.

Please apply in person.

1245 Eagle’s Way, P.O. Box 288, East Earl, PA 17519

M.D. Masonry LLC 717-395-7506



FT/PT HELP WANTED. JAKE’S COUNTRY TRADING POST is looking for friendly, hard working, dedicated creative people, to join the Jake's Retail team. Some computer knowledge, being able to help customers and make nice displays are all a plus. Willing to train. Includes Vacation pay & 401K when eligible. Must be able to work every other weekend. Call for an interview. 717-687-8980 2954 Lincoln Highway East, Gordonville (Near Paradise)

NOW HIRING FOR masonry driver/laborer. Competitive wages and benefits. AC Masonry in Ronks Pa. Call 717-314-9334

Join Our Team!!

Shady Maple has the following employment opportunities available in the following departments:



Janitor Produce Stockers Deli/Soup & Salad Clerk Cashiers

Job Fair

• Friday, August 16th 8:30-10:30 A.M. • Saturday, August 17th 8:30-10:30 A.M.

Cake Decorator & Baker Starting at: $13.25

Questions? Call Human Resources at

Full Time Team Members Starting at: $11.25

Cooks Host/Cashier

Part Time Team Members Starting at: $10.25

must be available both day & evening

Dishwasher Shift Lead Janitors/Dishwashers Saturday Grill/Buffet

On-Site Recruiting Event


or email

Friday, August 16 4pm-7pm


• A friendly & safe working environment          !"!#!


3529 Old Philadelphia Pike Intercourse, PA 17534


Rohrerstown Road Fresh Foods • 301 Rohrerstown Road, Lancaster PA 17603 Lititz Pike Fresh Foods • 1050 Lititz Pike, Lititz, PA 17543 To expedite your interview process, please apply prior to event at


Apply online at or at Shady Maple, Rt. 23, East Earl, PA 17519


Help us spread happiness by creating exceptional experiences & lasting memories!

Join a Great Teî €


Hiring at our Rohrerstown Road & Lititz Pike locations!

In the Harvest Cafe


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Professional LICENSED MASSAGE THERAPIST FT/PT. Near Lanc Shop Ctr, Flex Hrs, Great Pay, Prof Office and Environment. Call 717-222-2907


YOUR ATTENTION AIRLINES ARE HIRING- Get FAA approved hands on Aviation training. Financial aid for qualified students- Career placement assistance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance 1-877-818-0783

SELL YOUR ANTIQUE OR CLASSIC CAR. Advertise with us in over 100 publications and reach up to 3.2 million homes each week in the Mid-Atlantic Network. You choose where you want to advertise. Call Engle Printing & Publishing Co. Inc., Classifieds, 1-800-428-4211 for more details.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY NOTICE For more information and assistance regarding the investigation of Business Opportunity Advertising, Engle Printing & Publishing Co., Inc urges its readers to contact: THE BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU OF EASTERN PA 717-364-3250

Welcome Home

Dollars. Very good-extra fine. $19.00. 717-669-5402

CONSTRUCTION COMPANY FOR SALE. Business name, trucks, equipment, tools and customer list. Currently established for modular home installation, roofing and siding, plus new home builder opportunities. Selling due to health. $200,000 obo. Call/Text 717-344-9804

COMPUTER REPAIR- On Line Support, New & Used Computers. CSA Tech Solutions, 717-354-4272



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

ABSOLUTELY BRAND NEW mattresses! All sizes and styles. Queens at $150 kings at $275 and go from there. Call or text 717-940-2015

FOR SALE Appliances GE GLASSTOP SELF cleaning range, GE over the range mincrowave, Maytag dishwasher, small dinette table w/4 matching wooden chairs, 484-955-7050

Look in the Classifieds for your New Best Friend!


Come join our family. We have positions available for responsible, dedicated LPNs, RNs, and CNAs. Take a closer look at what Zerbe Retirement Community has to offer: • Matching 401K • Great CNA to resident ratios • Company pays 75% of healthcare expenses • Dental and Vision • Teledoc available with current insurance plan • AFLAC supplemental insurance offered • $10,000 free life insurance for all full-time employees

Household Goods TANNING BED $350; Fish Tank 135 gallon $200; Health Rider Bike $50; Bow Flex Treadmill Stepper $175; Log Splitter $250; New Patio Table 60x90 $250; Two Burgundy Upholstered Cherry Wood Chairs $100; 400 VHS Tapes $400; Power Washer $150. 610-304-2604

RN rates - $31.00 – 36.00/hr. depending on experience and shift LPN rates- $22.00 – 27.00/hr. depending on experience and shift CNA rates- $16.00 – 18.00/hr. depending on shift Come and work where you are not just an employee number, but a part of our family-owned business!

Candidates can apply at

Lawn & Garden


EARTHWISE LANDSCAPE & TREE CARE Spring clean-ups. Edging, seeding, fertilization, mulching, shrub & tree pruning. 717-626-2541 (PA 088021)


ECONOMY FRIENDLY. Mott’s Lawncare & Landscapes, Inc offering Free estimates for 2019. Mow, mulch, clean-ups, shearing & more. Dave, 717-405-1130

Bldg. Materials


PLUMBERS Will train. For Lancaster based company. Top pay, bonuses, incentive pay. Van & tools provided. Call 717-299-7199


FREE REMOVAL of riding mowers. Call/text 717-940-9029

NEW SCRATCH & Dent Frigidaire Appliances. Truck-loads in stock washer, dryers, central laundry, dishwashers, chest & upright freezers, dishwasher, refrigerator, range, cook top, micorwave. Ephrata, PA 717-445-5222

JOHN’S GUTTER CLEANING SERVICE Get Your Gutters ready before the leaves fall. Gutter Cleaning, Aluminum Gutter Guards installation. John 717-808-4155



BUYING TOYS & COLLECTIBLES PA’s Largest Buyer of Toys & Collectibles 27 E Lancaster Street, Red Lion, PA Hours: 10:00am-4:00pm, Monday-Friday 717-329-8167 • Toys Vintage or Modern, New or Used, Hess Trucks, Barbies, Diecast, Hot Wheels & Matchbox, Action Figures, Models, Trains, Sports Cards/ Memorabilia, Movie/ Music Memorabilia, Video Games & much more!

FREE: WILL LEND Nice Riding Horses and Large Ponies until June 2020. Call Andy or Bill at 717-394-7865, 412-582-0080 HORSEBACK RIDING LESSONS. Certified Instruction. Safe Trained Horses. English or Western. New Holland. 717-354-6962.

Musical CHICKERING QUARTER BABY Grand Piano, Good Cond., New sound board. Call 717-445-5614

SERVERS & DISHWASHERS Wimpy & Dee’s is under new management and looking for enthusiastic, reliable, and talented candidates to join our team. Our 50’s diner is family owned and a great place to work. Restaurant experience is a plus, but we will train. Apply in person OR Call PHIL for an appointment



Wimpy & Dee’s Diner


5051 Horseshoe Pike (Rt. 322) Honey Brook, PA 19344 More info: 717-575-0206, Paul

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.


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KITCHEN HELP Daytime Shift

DRIVER/WORKER For Soft Pretzel Stand in Annapolis, Maryland One day a week with potential for more. Valid driver’s license required. Conservative lifestyle preferred!

Apply in Person

624 West Main St. New Holland

717-355-2600 R045077

Contact Lee or Martha Riehl 399 Jacobs Rd., Narvon

(717) 768-3681 • (717) 917-6881






Mechanical Trades

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ACA GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPPIES registered, utd shots, dewormed, vet checked, ready now, $675. 717-468-2824

HAVANESE PUPS ACA, Gold & White; Black & White, shots, wormed, health guaranteed. 717-661-7947


Resale Shop (Flea Market) Fri. Aug. 16 • 9:00am - 1:00pm

CASH FOR CARS: We Buy Any Condition Vehicle, 2002 and Newer. Nationwide Free Pickup! Call Now: 1-800-864-5960

ACA ROTTWEILER PUPPIES, male, pure German bloodlines, shots, wormed, vet checked. Call 717-278-2618

LAB PUPPIES, yellow, choc. & black, family raised, English breed, shots, wormed, vet checked, $395. 717-786-6080 ext 0

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AKC CHOCOLATE LAB Pups, shots, wormed, raised on farmette, Ready now. $550. 717-587-7927 AKC DOBERMAN PINCHER PUPPIES, black, reds, males & females, shots & vet checked, $750. 717-862-3631

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AKC ENGLISH CREAM/ Golden Retriever female pup, used to children, shots & wormed, ready 8/21/19, $725. 717-768-7387 AKC LAB PUPPIES, charcoal, silver, fox red, all in one litter from our only family dog, $800. 717-305-0183 BLACK & CHOCOLATE LABRADOR PUPPIES, family raised, well socialized, ACA, vet checked, $425, 717-314-3456

GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES, farm raised, shots, wormed. $375 ea. 717-382-4948 GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS, black & tan, vet checked, shots, dewormed, friendly, playful, good w/kids, $500, 717-862-3201 GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS, Shots, wormed, ready now. $350 Ea: Call 717-529-5655

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HOUSE WASHING BY ME Removal of black stains off roof & exterior cleaning. 717-424-8504 JOHN’S HAULING/ REMOVAL. Appl., Lge. Screen TVs, Piano’s, Furniture, One Pc/ Truckload. 7 days, Last Min, 610-296-0560

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

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or replace whole roof, 34 yrs exp. 717-397-5991

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ANDY’S DRYWALL Interior Remodeling, Hanging, Finishing, Framing, Painting, Basements, Additions, Textured Ceilings & Walls. Insured. PA 022669. 717-587-4102

SKYLINE EXTERIORS Roofing, Siding, Windows, Doors. Fully insured. Free estimates. 15 years of experience. 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed. 717-874-0262 STUMP GRINDING 717-291-6898 Lester E. Probst. Free Estimates JUST STUMPS. Quality Workmanship.

Columbia 423 Walnut St. 2BR Apt. Heat/HW/W/S/T included.....$850 Columbia 336 Cherry St. 1BR 1st Flr. Heat/trash included.........$775 Columbia 244 N. 3rd St. 3BR Apt. Heat/Trash included...............$950 Conestoga 3267 Main St. 3BR Apt. fully remodeled........................$1195 CV Schools 414 Dohner Dr. 3BR 1.5BA Twhse............................$1175 Leola 3 Broderick Ct. 3BR 2.5BA, 1 car gar Twhse..........................$1450 Marietta 411 E Market St. 1BR..$625 Peach Bottom 275 Black Barren Rd. 3BR Mobile Home......................$925 Also Great Houses & Apartments Available in Lancaster City WEEKLY ROOMS AVAIL. At Rodeway Inn, Paradise, PA. Includes Wi-Fi, Cable TV with HBO. For Rates. NO PETS allowed! Call 717-222-2355

For Rent LEOLA: Furnished Rooms $190 & up. All utilities, cable pd, directly on bus route, 5 min. to downtown, no security, no credit check. 717-656-3313.

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

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BUYING HEATING OIL at .30¢ a gallon. Also remove heating oil tanks and furnaces. Call Ed 717-587-7315.

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.


1980 DATSUN-280 ZX, 6cyl, manual shift, white/ red int., one owner, 62K mi, a beauty. $17,500. 717-792-1720.

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


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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.


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AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS $$ PAYING CASH $$ for Classic & Collector Cars. 717-577-8206

WANTED: RECLAIMED LUMBER, old barn wood. 717-413-8393

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TRUCK DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED at Stevens Transport! Earn $1,000 per week! Paid CDL training! No experience needed! 1-844-452-4121. (NANI)


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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)

LATSHAW’S JUNK REMOVAL Junk Removal, Dumpster Service 610-273-7490 Since-2005

Ads submitted to us that begin with A-1, 1-A, AAA, etc for position purposes, will No Longer Be Accepted This Way, unless proven that it is part of your Registered Business Name.

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S.U.V.'s For Sale FOR SALE * $95,000 27 Daryl Lane, New Holland 3bedrooms and 2 full baths! Modular in Mill Creek Estates. LOTS of living space and TONS of closets! C/A. Shed. Deck. ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Ramp, Lot Fee. Well Maintained. Dir: From Rt 23: L on Ranck, R on Airport, L on Sarah, R on Daryl COBBLESTONE REALTY, Ltd. 610-696-9000 Call Barbara 610-842-9179 with questions or to schedule a showing OPEN HOUSE: 5.5 Acre Manor-Twp Farmette, 4bed-2Bath, 2400sqft remodeled frame and stone house, bank-barn, shop, creek, organic gardens, ideal for horses, beef, or produce, deer and wildlife galore. Sunday, Aug.18, 1-4pm, 3129 Anchor Road, Washington Boro, 17582. 717-951-7410

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

2008 JEEP WRANGLER Unlimited Rubicon 1 owner, 100K mi., Great Condition, soft top, half doors, 3 inch lift, 35 inch tires, aftermarket bumpers & winch. Many other extras. $16,900. 717-278-1398

AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES $100-$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. $200 TO $5000 CASH PAID FOR JUNK & USED VEHICLES. FREE REMOVAL. Call 717-799-3872 GOT TOYOTA? ALL TOYOTAS Parts, Repairs, Sales, Srvc. New, Oem, Used, Aftm. Weikle’S + save 717-417-2726

CYCLES 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



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