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IN THIS ISSUE: SERVANT STAGE TO PRESENT “JUMP, JIVE, AND JUKEBOX!” page 2
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Jewish Family Services (JFS) of Lancaster will present a program on “Hate in Lancaster County” on Sunday, June 2, at 7 p.m. in the sanctuary of Congregation Shaarai Shomayim, 75 E. James St., Lancaster. The program is free and open to the public. The program will address the Lancaster community’s response to hatred directed at individuals and groups in Lancaster County. A reception will follow the program in the temple’s social hall.
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“Even after all these years, it blows my mind: Two people walk into that birth room, and three people come out,” marveled Catherine Saunders, executive co-director with Maren Ketcham of Birth Care & Family Health Services. “It’s an amazing experience to help clients make that journey to parenthood.” Birth Care celebrated its 40th year in 2018, making it the longest continually operating freestanding birth center in the United States, according to founder Rita Rhoads Reed, looking at the records of the members of the American Association of Birth Centers. In those four decades, Birth Care’s certified nursemidwives have welcomed more than 9,000 babies into the world. In 2018, Birth Care’s clients delivered 501
babies, including two sets of twins. “We’re delivering the grandchildren of our earliest moms,” Saunders remarked. Birth Care’s certified nurse-midwives have office hours in Bart and Gordonville, deliver babies at the licensed and accredited birth center in Bart, and attend births at WellSpan Ephrata Hospital. One of the hallmarks of Birth Care is its commitment to making personalized care to mothers and new babies available regardless of ability to pay. Between 75 and 80 percent of Birth Care’s clients are uninsured. “I think that’s an important thing for people to know,” Ketcham said, noting that Birth Care offers a sliding fee scale based on clients’ financial condition. The board of directors also forgives the bills of families in dire need. To subsidize the discounts, Birth Care See Birth Care Benefit pg 4
The 43rd annual Red Rose Run will take place on Saturday, June 1, beginning at Binns Park, 100 N. Queen St., Lancaster. The 5-mile race will step off at 8 a.m. and travel through the city and Lancaster County Park. For details and registration, visit www.visitlancas tercity.com/red-rose-run. Proceeds will benefit Lancaster Central Market. UPCOMING EVENT
The Lancaster Contra Dance will take place on Saturday, May 18, at the Lancaster County Park Pavilion 11, 733 Williamson Road, Lancaster, from 7 to 10 p.m. This is a group social dance for people of all ages. Kenny Brown will call with the band Dr. Twamley’s Audio Snakes. There is no need to bring a partner, as partners are exchanged after each dance. A workshop for new dancers will be held at 6:15 p.m. There is an admission fee, with free admission for youths age 15 and under. For more information, readers may call 717-9514317 or visit www.lancastercontra.org.
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Birth Care & Family Health Services executive co-directors Catherine Saunders (left) and Maren Ketcham display a few of the items that will be up for bids at the annual benefit sale and Family Fun Day on May 25 at Bart Fire Company.
SCORE Announces Award Winners L.H. Brubaker Appliances By Dayna M. Reidenouer Marks 87th Anniversary
The Lancaster-Lebanon chapter of SCORE recognized five outstanding small businesses and nonprofits at the mentorship organization’s annual Small Business Awards Luncheon on April 25. The winners included EnterTRAINING Solutions LLC, Foxduck LLC, Lebanon Valley Exposition Center & Fairgrounds, SCORE Lancaster-Lebanon president Bobb STR Resources & Associates LLC, Bewley (left) and president-elect Kevin St. and Zoetropolis Cinema Stillhouse. Cyr congratuled the honorees at the orgaThe Duke Street Business Center at nization’s Small Business Awards Lunthe Lancaster Public Library was cheon on April 25. St. Cyr mentored one of also recognized for its support of this year’s award winners. SCORE. “These organizations, and the are honored to have worked with them people running them, represent some as mentors.” SCORE Lancaster-Lebanon has of the best small businesses the Lancaster-Lebanon area has to offer,” 71 volunteer mentors who provided said chapter president Bobb Bewley. 2,668 mentoring sessions, along with “We are so fortunate to have them in 89 workshops and roundtables, and our community, and we here at SCORE worked with 646 new clients in 2018. See SCORE Awards pg 13
L.H. Brubaker Appliances and Water Treatment, with three locations in Lancaster and Mechanicsburg, is celebrating its 87th anniversary.
In 1932, Lester H. Brubaker opened a store providing the sales and service of farm equipment in Strasburg. At that time, the only appliances offered were See L.H. Brubaker pg 8
Three generations of the Frank family are involved with owning and operating L.H. Brubaker Appliances and Water Treatment, which is celebrating its 87th anniversary through May 25. Pictured in the newly remodeled Strasburg Pike showroom are (from left) Andrew Frank, Nesha Frank, Donald L. Frank Jr., Kathy Frank, Donald L. Frank Sr., Donald H. Frank, Elnora Frank, and Lacy See.
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located at 4 Kay Drive, Lancaster, will hold homecoming services on Sunday, May 19. The first service will be held at 9:30 a.m. with the Rev. Jack Hilton speaking. There will also be a slideshow presentation featuring the beginnings of the church to present day. There will a time of coffee and doughnuts from 10:30 to 11 a.m. Dr. Wayne Rhodes Jr. will speak during the second service. Lunch will be served from 12:30 to 2 p.m. The third service will begin at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Matt Reider speaking. There will be special music during each service. All are invited. For further information, call 717-917-8547.
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Wally Calderon is overseeing the Servant Stage production of “Jump, Jive, and Jukebox!” with enthusiasm and energy. Not only is Calderon directing the nearly 30-member cast of teenagers, but he is the choreographer and the person who chose the 20 musical numbers that span the decades from the 1950s to the present and cover genres from rock to pop to Broadway with a special emphasis on the music of the 1980s thrown in. Perhaps, however, Calderon’s most crucial role is that of teacher. “I teach these students how to put all their gifts and talents together,” noted Calderon. “It’s a huge reward to see (students) learn to be supportive of one another … and to see each student rise to the challenge.” Servant Stage’s newest show will be performed in the Good Shepherd Chapel at Lancaster Bible College, 901 Eden Road, Lancaster, on Saturday, May 18, and Sunday, May 19, at 3 and 7 p.m. each day. The show has also been slated to be performed during May at several area retirement communities, including Quarryville Presbyterian Retirement Community, Garden Spot Village, Luther Acres, and Calvary Fellowship Homes. More than 80 students tried
out to be part of the Servant Stage 2019 season, and Calderon believes the turnout was due to the many young people who were interested in the musical revue that he named “Jump, Jive, and Jukebox!” “It’s a revue of anything you would want to hear when you put your quarter in the jukebox,” explained Calderon. “There’s a lot of variation,” he stated, adding that “Wild Thing,” “Footloose,” and “Do You Love Me?” will be included, along with songs by New Kids on the Block and music from the Broadway hit “Hamilton.” Calderon endeavors to add depth to each number to give audiences more than song and dance. “We find little stories within each song,” he said. “It’s acting first. The song was written for a reason, so let’s try to tell a story within one song.” The intensive rehearsal process gave the cast members only a week to become familiar with the songs in the show before beginning rehearsals on March 24. “We meet each person where they are and push them a little farther in their training,” said Calderon. “The talent is incredible, and I am just thrilled at what they have been able to accomplish in such a short time.” Students who are taking part in the show are responding to the technique. “I grew up doing
Kolby Colmary, a veteran of several Servant Stage shows, noted that he loves that the show goes to nursing homes to reach people who cannot come to the theater. Under Calderon’s direction, the students have become acutely aware of how audiences respond to them. “You have to learn how to adapt how you’re interacting to reach every audience,” explained Isabel Subacz, who serves as dance captain for the show. Brayden agreed, saying, “It’s so fun to see the audience’s faces light up when they recognize the music and sing along.” Performances are open to the public on a pay-what-you-will basis. To reserve seats, readers may visit www.servantstagecom pany.com or call 717-560-8241.
Goat-A-Thon Fundraiser Slated A number of local nonprofits will benefit from the Goat-aThon Goat Baby Shower on Saturday, May 18, from 11 a.m. 4 p.m. at the Amish Farm and House, 2395 Covered Bridge Drive, Lancaster. Attendees may participate in activities such as meeting baby goats, yard games, a farm visit, tractor trails, games, and prizes. Other activities will be available
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dance and theater separately,” said Mackenzie Neff. “Getting to do theater with dancing is kind of a dream. It helps all of us stretch ourselves.” “It’s really challenging,” noted Sydney Norgaard, who wanted to take part in the show after seeing her brother, Brayden, perform in last year’s revue. “Once we’re able to (perform) the number, it is satisfying. Teamwork plays a role in that.” Mackenzie is enjoying watching that process unfold as opening night approaches. “It’s overwhelming to see all the talent coming together creating this,” she said. “Watching everyone come together as a team supporting and challenging each other makes us more independent as performers.”
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National EMS Week will be observed this year from Sunday, May 19, to Saturday, May 25. The week was created to recognize the importance of emergency medical services (EMS) and to honor the first responders who provide lifesaving medical care. “EMS STRONG - National EMS Week has been declared by Gov. Tom Wolf, who encourages all citizens to recognize the value and the accomplishments of EMS providers and to thank them for their invaluable service to our communities,” said Marisa Seubert, marketing and development coordinator for Lancaster EMS. Lancaster EMS serves most of southern Lancaster County as well as some of the eastern and western parts of the county. It has a fleet of 45 vehicles operating from 11 locations. In 2018, Lancaster EMS responded to 37,831 requests for services. Seubert noted that in addition to emergency medical care, Lancaster EMS also provides non-emergency medical transport services, emergency medical technician and paramedic education, public health care and education programs, community paramedics, medical standby coverage at special events, and tactical paramedics to the Lancaster County Special Emergency Response Team. “National EMS Week is an optimal time to bring EMS providers
and the community together through awareness and outreach events,” Seubert said. “We are offering the public an opportunity to meet us and learn more about what we do for our community.” The week will kick off on May 19 with an EMS Appreciation Family Picnic Day at the Lancaster Barnstormers game. On Monday, May 20, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the public is invited to attend open houses at the Millersville station, 100 E. Charlotte St., and the Lincoln Highway station, 1829 Lincoln Highway, Lancaster. Tours of the stations will be available, and visitors may meet staff members, learn about EMS, and observe demonstrations of hands-only CPR and Stop the Bleed. Tuesday, May 21, has been designated SAVE-A-LIFE Day. Lancaster EMS will be represented in Lancaster’s Penn Square from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mayor Danene Sorace is slated to read the National EMS Week proclamation at noon. During the event, Lancaster EMS will offer demonstrations of hands-only CPR, Stop the Bleed, and naloxone administration. Resources for opioid addiction, the safe disposal of medication, and stroke awareness will be available. A country music station will broadcast during the event, and Lancaster Barnstormers mascot Cylo will pose for pictures with attendees. Wednesday, May 22, will be
Women’s Group Schedules Events Catholic Daughters Court Queen of Peace 1023 of Lancaster has announced several upcoming events. All Catholic women age 18 and up may join the group, which focuses on spirituality and service to one’s church and community. A meeting and volunteer bingo will take place on Saturday, May 18, from 1 to 3 p.m. at Conestoga View in Café 900. The meeting will begin at 1 p.m., and bingo will be held from 2 to 3 p.m. for
Conestoga View residents. On Saturday, May 25, the CDA Yard Sale for Education will be held from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event will be held at 1055 New Holland Ave., Lancaster. A meeting and CDA Education Contest awards ceremony will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, June 2. Catholic Daughters Court Queen of Peace 1023 was founded on Oct. 17, 1926, by Knights of Columbus Council 867.
Mental Health Resources Posted May is Mental Health Month, and this initiative was started 70 years ago by Mental Health America of Lancaster County’s national organization, Mental Health America (MHA), to raise awareness about mental health conditions and the importance of good mental health for everyone. According to the organization, a healthy lifestyle can help to prevent the onset or worsening of mental health conditions, as well as chronic conditions like heart disease, diabetes, and obesity. It can also help people recover from these conditions. Finding a
balance between work and play, the ups and downs of life, and physical health and mental health can help someone on the path toward recovery. MHA Lancaster has both peer and family and child advocates to guide individuals, along with resources and educational speakers for events, workplaces or classrooms. For help finding support and mind-body lifestyle ideas or for help navigating local behavioral health services, readers may visit www.mhalancaster .org or contact 717-397-7461 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
EMS for Children Day. Lancaster EMS members will visit elementary schools in Penn Manor, Solanco, Conestoga Valley, and Lancaster school districts. Thursday, May 23, will be Safety Day. Lancaster EMS will have a booth at the Lancaster Barnstormers game and will provide demonstrations of handsonly CPR and Stop the Bleed, along with offering medication reconciliation, fall risks/risk assessment checklists, and pill boxes. Friday, May 24, will be EMS Recognition Day at the Millersville station, where Lancaster EMS will honor all clinical and nonclinical staff members. “We will salute our EMS professionals, who go above and beyond every day to create positive change in our community with long-lasting impact,” Seubert remarked. “Our Lancaster EMS EMTs (emergency
medical technicians) and paramedics respond to emergency calls, perform lifesaving skills under stress, and provide patient care in intense situations. EMS is community care that takes time, energy, and heart. Our Lancaster EMS providers go the extra mile every day, 24/7.” A variety of restaurant and painting fundraisers to benefit Lancaster EMS have also been planned for the week. Readers may find “Lancaster EMS” on Facebook or visit www.lemsa. com for more information. Pictured on front:
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Postcard Club Plans Meeting The Lancaster County Postcard Club will hold a meeting at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 20, at the Farm and Home Center, 1383 Arcadia Road, Lancaster. Club member Mark Arbogast will present “Construction of Safe Harbor Dam 1930-1931.”
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to choose from, such as chicken barbecue, subs, cheesesteaks, fried shrimp, hot dogs, and burgers. Side and dessert offerings will include soup, fries, handrolled soft pretzels, soft-serve ice cream, fresh fruit, and freshly squeezed lemonade. A separate stand will sell individually priced candy. A few years ago, Birth Care added a Family Fun Day element to the benefit sale. Barrel train rides, mechanical bull rides, a bounce house, and an inflatable obstacle course will be available for youngsters to enjoy free of charge. The activities will be supervised by qualified individuals so parents will be free to participate in the auctions, Saunders said. â€œWeâ€™ve put a lot of emphasis on the Family Fun Day,â€? Ketcham said. â€œYes, we want to make money, but we want to give back to the families we serve,â€? Saunders added. For more information about Birth Care or to donate items to the benefit sale, readers may call 717-330-5485 or 717-786-5506, email info@birthcaremidwives .com, or visit www.birthcare midwives.com.
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Open Streets Lancaster from pg 1 The Lancaster Recreation Commission in partnership with the City of Lancaster and Lancaster BIKES! will host the sixth annual Open Streets Lancaster event on Sunday, May 19. The event will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on North and South Water Street connecting Culliton Park and Mayor Janice C. Stork Corridor Park. The event is free and open to people of all ages. The event will turn Water Street into a paved park to encourage physical activity and socializing, support the local economy and celebrate downtown Lancaster. Last year the event drew more than 6,000 participants with free fitness classes, gymnastics, break dancing, yoga, food trucks, musicians and local service agencies. This year, more than 150
community organizations will participate, including the Boys and Girls Club, CASA, Central Pennsylvania Food Bank, City of Lancaster, Clare House, The Common Wheel, Lancaster City Alliance, Lancaster Conservancy, Lancaster County Skatepark Association, Lancaster Downtowners, LHOP, Meals on Wheels, Music For Everyone, Pet Pantry, Power Packs Project, School District of Lancaster Schools and Athletic Clubs, SoWe, VisionCorps and the YMCA. Food trucks will again be part of the event. Activities will include live music, street performers, animal adoption/care, cornhole, electric bicycles, face painting, flower planting, health screenings, a putting green, sports stations, virtual reality gaming, yoga and dozens of community
organizations hosting activities and educational experiences with prizes and giveaways. Sponsors for Open Streets Lancaster include Fraternal Order of the Eagles and Riverside Camping Association. For more information, readers may visit http://openstreetslnc.org/; contact Audra Landers at 717392-2115, ext. 142, or alanders@ lancasterrec.org; or contact AJ Eckman at 717-392-2115, ext. 125, or email@example.com. Pictured on front: Fitness
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chamber groups will be performed. The concert will feature 20th-century American music, traditional early American songs, Native American-inspired selections, “The Appalachian Suite” by Kelly Via, a newly composed American-themed piece by Ricky
Lombardo, and “The Lancaster County Suite” for flute choir by Ray-Michael Kauffman. The ensemble is directed by Virginia Schulze-Johnson. To learn more, readers may email LancasterFluteEnsemble @gmail.com.
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agreed. That year, Donald sold 295 pieces, and the following year saw sales of 525 appliances. The sales numbers continued to climb as years went by. In 1972, Donald and his wife, Elnora, bought L.H. Brubaker from Lester, and it became solely an appliance store. Counting the two Franks, the store had 11 employees. The following year, Donald’s oldest son, Donald L. Frank Sr., joined the family business. In the fall of 1974, L.H. Brubaker moved into a new store that sat beside the original location on Strasburg Pike. The facility at 340 Strasburg Pike, Lancaster, continues to be the corporate headquarters and main showroom. The next several decades saw notable expansion of the business. Water treatment products and service were added in 1985. Showrooms were opened at 5303 E. Trindle Road, Mechanicsburg, in 2004 and across from Park City at 896L Plaza Blvd., Lancaster, in 2012. Across the three stores, 72 employees currently work for L.H. Brubaker, selling and servicing an extensive
installation and courteous service specialists.” Members of the public are invited to celebrate with the Franks and the employees of L.H. Brubaker during an anniversary event that will be held from Wednesday, May 15, to Saturday, May 25. Readers may see the ad in this paper for special savings and offers. The Strasburg Pike and Mechanicsburg stores open at 9 a.m. daily, and they close at 5 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays; at 8 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays; and at 4 p.m. on Saturdays. The Plaza Boulevard store opens at 10 a.m. each day and closes at 8 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays; at 5 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays; and at 4 p.m. on Saturdays. All three locations are closed on Sundays. For more information about L.H. Brubaker Appliances and Water Treatment, readers may call 717-299-2351 (Strasburg Pike), 717-796-0150 (Mechanicsburg), or 717-945-5851 (Plaza Boulevard); visit www.lhbrubak ers.com; follow lh_brubaker on Instagram; or find “LH Brubaker Appliances Inc” and “LH Brubaker Water Treatment” on Facebook.
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selection of high-end, built-in, and professional-quality kitchen appliances from Wolf, Sub-Zero, Thermador, Bosch, and Bertazzoni. Appliances in a range of price points are available from GE, Samsung, Frigidaire, and KitchenAid. L.H. Brubaker Appliances and Water Treatment aims to be a one-stop shop with the most brands in the tri-state area. “Eighty-seven years later, we are excited to be celebrating what Lester H. Brubaker started,” said Donald L. Frank Sr., who is the business’ sole owner. “Now with the third generation of Franks working within the company, we are committed to continuing the longstanding tradition of L.H. Brubaker. Our customers tell us that it is our professional staff that sets us apart.” Donald Sr. noted that knowledgeable sales consultants will help customers pick the appliance or water treatment option that is right for their needs and their budgets, and the consultants will refrain from high-pressure sales tactics. “And it doesn’t stop there,” he continued. “We have our own professional installation teams for both appliances and water treatment. Every appliance purchase is backed by our own factory-trained
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grounds of Root’s as well. Adding a spring show has certainly come with its challenges, but Hobday is optimistic that the new event will fill a void in Lancaster and hopefully be a hit with the community. “A lot of the
spring shows that had been happening aren’t anymore,” she explained. “I’m hoping people will come and like it. We’ve just gotten a lot more artwork than I expected for it being the first spring show.” Promoting the importance of art to the community is a priority for Hobday, who is a watercolor artist herself. She also taught art at Hempfield High School for 25 years. The fall Heart of Lancaster
Over the years, Heart of Lancaster Arts and Craft Show founder and chairperson Marilyn Hobday received numerous requests from exhibitors for a spring show to be added into the calendar in addition to the traditional fall event. “Finally after enough prodding, I decided to go for it,” said Hobday with a laugh. “Our main focus for this first year is just getting a lot of quality art work,” Hobday continued. “It’s going to be a fun show. I think this will get people excited about the fall show, and I think they’re really going to complement each other.” The inaugural spring Heart of Lancaster Arts and Craft Show will take place on Saturday, May 18, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Root’s Country Market, 705 Graystone Road, Manheim. Admission and parking are both free, and the outdoor show will take place rain or shine. Approximately 100 exhibitors will fill the stands at the spring show, including painters, photographers, jewelers, potters, woodworkers, and others - representing a range of styles within their fields, from traditional to contemporary and beyond. “It’s a nice eclectic show, and I like that there’s something there for every price point,” Hobday added.
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L-S Teams Compete in League Playoffs by Mona Steinhauer
The only team that missed the L-L were busy last week as girls’ lacrosse, softball, baseball and track all competed playoffs was boys’ lacrosse, who ended The post-season is upon us and Lam- in the L-L League Championships with a their regular season with a 10-4 loss to peter-Strasburg’s spring sports teams handful of successes. visiting Penn Manor last Tuesday. The Pioneers (9-8 overall), however, will open district play this week as the ninth seed in 2A. “The ‘Whitey’ game is always intense for the boys,” said head coach Corey Nehlig. “It is a very emotional game as the boys are playing to honor Whitey.” The Comets led from start to finish, jumping out to a 2-0 lead in the first before Noah Patterson’s goal with 4.9 ticks left cut the lead in half. The visitors, however, gained the ground they needed in the second quarter, outscoring the Pioneers 4-0 en route to a 6-1 lead at the break. The third quarter featured a flurry of flags with both teams scoring just one goal. “Sometimes our emotions get the best of us and we don’t play as composed as we’d like,” said Nehlig. “In a big rivalry game there tends to be an extra level of intensity and unfortunately for us, that led Photo by Mona Steinhauer Lampeter-Strasburg’s Noah Davis advances the ball against to more flags. “I thought we saw a lot of good Penn Manor’s Logan Dittenhafter during the Pioneers’ 10-4 loss defense from our team, especially to the visiting Comets last Tuesday.
when we weren’t a man down,” he added. “And, as always, our goalie, Dom Reed (14 saves), was lights out. He has been the backbone of our defense all year.” The Comets held a slim 3-2 edge in the fourth quarter to finish on top. Patterson finished with two goals. Connor Nolt and Bryce Roberts added one each with Jack Ingram and Noah Davis chipping in with one assist. “This team has showed a lot of resilience,” said Nehlig. “It’s been an up and down season but this team overcame a lot of adversity. The challenge to this group this season was ‘Find A Way’. And part of that challenge was to find a way to become a winning program again and bring a family oriented culture back. I think we did that.” TRACK After dominating Lebanon in the last meet of the regular season on Monday, the track teams competed in the L-L League Championships at Hempfield last Friday and Saturday where they turned in some impressive performances. Ezra Mellinger was at the top of that list, setting a league meet record in his last long jump effort Friday night. His 23-11 leap broke a 1984 record set by
Solanco’s Tom Rath. On Saturday he won the 100 (10.86) and ran the fastest FAT time in meet history in the 200 (21.59). “It was an exciting meet,” said head coach Cal Esh. “The boys were third overall, as well as we’ve ever done, and the girls were seventh. We had some great performances, bringing home 31 medals overall.” Also on the boys’ side, the 400 relay team of Jacob Kopelman, Josiah Zehr, Mellinger and Josh Horst grabbed a silver medal with a 43.78, just off the school record. They were seeded fourth. Kopelman was coming off a Friday fourth place effort in the long jump (21-1.75) while Zehr placed fifth in the 300 hurdles (40.04), seventh in the 110 highs (16.31) and fifth in the pole vault (12-6). Also earning a silver medal was senior Gabe Frederick with a 52-11.25 in the shot put. Jacob Long added a fifth in the discus with a 132-11 and Alex Stoeffler was eighth in the javelin (155-6). Back on the track, the 3200 relay team of Arik Harnish, Grant Kuhn, Luka Vranich and Jansen Miller settled for fourth place with an 8:20.62. The girls’ also grabbed a couple of
gold medals with Kristin Herr tossing the javelin 134-1 and Lily Hoke, a fourth seed, clearing 5-2 in the high jump. Herr was also second in the discus with a 119-8. On the track, Colleen Gilbert, seeded 13th, finished in fifth place in the 3200 with an 11:47.7 while Lauren Gard placed sixth in the 300 hurdles with a personal best 47.30. Gard also teamed with Lindsay Szymanski, Toby Harnish, and Elli Strauss for a sixth place medal in the 400 relay (50.58) while Gilbert and Harnish joined with Sara Boyd and Elizabeth Deardorff to clock a sixth place effort in the 3200 relay (10:11.67). Micah Gordley chipped in with an eighth place effort in the mile run at 5:28.58. GIRLS’ LACROSSE Last Tuesday at Conestoga Valley High School, in the opening round of the L-L League playoffs, the girls’ lacrosse team faced the undefeated Streaks of Manheim Township for the second time in two weeks and for the second time fell short. Though the 14-4 final sounds a bit lopsided, the Pioneers, making their second L-L playoff appearance in three years, were tough in the first half, down a slim 5-4.
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High School, the Pioneers used a 15-hit attack to upend Northern Lebanon (15-3, 17-4), the second place team in Section Three, in the quarterfinals of the L-L League playoffs. The still undefeated Pioneers scored once in the first inning but fell behind 2-1 in the top of the second as the Cedars collected four of their eight hits. L-S took the lead for good with four runs in the bottom half and tacked on single runs in three of the next four innings to pick up an 8-2 win over the No. 2 seed in 4A districts. Daisy Frank doubled, reached third on a poor cutoff by N. Lebanon and scored on Emily Platt’s blooper that was dropped. Julz Garber followed with a RBI triple, Summer Peters added a run scoring double and Chloe Blantz singled in the final run. After a scoreless third, Gabby Drum singled in one fourth inning run, Peters added a two out, run scoring single in
the fifth, and Platt’s screaming double in the sixth pushed in Cam Byler who reached with a base hit. “Of those 15 hits, we had a triple and three doubles,” noted head coach Gene Charles. “But we played excellent defense too. Taryn Hostetter made two diving catches at third base, Jocelyn Branco, in right field, caught a runner off first base, and Chloe Blantz turned an unassisted double play in the sixth inning.” Peters went 4-4 with a double and 2 RBIs. Garber was 3-3 with a triple, three runs scored and one RBI. Blantz was 2-3, Drumm was 3-4 with one RBI and Platt added 2 RBIs. “I thought Brynn (Baker), with four strikeouts and no walks, threw well,” he added. The Pioneers were coming off an impressive 11-5 come-from-behind win over Northeastern (14-4), the No. 8 seed in 5A, last Monday. Despite jumping out to a 1-0 lead in the first, L-S gave up two runs in the third and three runs in the fifth to fall behind 5-1. The Pioneers finally solved Northeastern pitcher Bortner in the sixth inning when they rallied for six runs and took the lead. They tacked on four runs in the seventh to win convincingly. L-S recorded 13 hits in the game and eight came in the last two innings. The No. 5 through 9 hitters each recorded one RBI. “Their pitcher threw probably 60%
changeups,” noted Charles, “and her fastball was not overpowering. It just took us a while to catch on.” Garber and Frank both went 2-4, Drumm was 3-4 and Byler was 2-3 with two RBIs. BASEBALL In the last L-L League playoff action taking place last Saturday, the baseball team, in a steady drizzle, worked a 6-0 shutout over Donegal to advance to this week’s semifinals opposite Warwick. The defense saw little action in this one as Dylan Byler pitched a two-hitter, striking out 12 without giving up a single walk. L-S scored the only run they really needed in the bottom of the first. Thomas Shockey and Braedon Karpathios opened with back-to-back base hits and Shockey eventually scored on a fielder’s choice. The Pioneers picked up three runs in the second highlighted by a Patrick Holmes two-run homer. After three scoreless innings, L-S scored twice in the sixth with Taso Kovak’s two run double. Donegal won five of its last six games to qualify for the playoffs. L-S opened the week with a 9-0 shutout over Hershey on Monday and picked up a 9-5 win at Twin Valley one day later. The Pioneers scored in five of the seven innings against Hershey and Byler and Doug Schneider combined to pitch a three-hitter, striking out nine batters against a single walk.
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The Pioneers’ Conner Nolt maneuvers past Penn Manor’s Isaac Hostetter during last Tuesday’s contest at L-S.
A three-run third pushed the lead to 6-0. A bases loaded walk to Kovac plated the first run that inning while Joseph Meck’s single pushed in two more. Aaron Snyder and Meck each went 3-4. Connor Blantz and Byler matched Meck with two RBIs each. At Twin Valley on Tuesday, the Pioneers scored seven of their nine runs in the top of the second inning. Kovac’s three run double made it 4-0. Five batters later, Hunter Cunningham doubled to right, scoring two, with Blantz crossing on the throw. L-S picked up one in the third
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before the hosts rallied with a fivespot in the sixth, cutting the lead to three, 8-5, but gave one back on an error in the seventh. Derek Eckman led the 12 hit attack with a 3-4 effort at the plate and one RBI. Holmes was 2-2, Snyder was 2-3 and Cunningham was credited with three RBIs. On the hill, Karpathios got the start. He struck out eight and gave up two hits over three innings. Snyder added six strikeouts and one walk. He scattered seven hits and gave up two earned runs.
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“It was a tale of two halves again,” said head coach Claudia Ovchinnikoff. “We played a great first half, winning the draws, passing the ball effectively in transition and being patient with the ball on our offensive end.” Leading scorer Kelsey Kimmel scored three of Lampeter’s four first half goals in what Ovchinnikoff called an outstanding game. “I thought we played great team defense as well,” said Ovchinnikoff. “We were constantly communicating. Marissa Denlinger, Brittney Zameroski and Paige Weidman played very well and Mary Peticca had yet another outstanding game in goal. That may have been the best she has played all season.” Unfortunately that momentum did not carry over to the second half where the Streaks responded with nine goals. “We did not win as many draws in the second half and draws are critical in the game of women’s lacrosse,” noted Ovchinnikoff. “We also made several unforced errors that cost us some goals. Overall I was very proud of the girls for playing hard the entire game and not giving up. They left everything on the field.” The girls will regroup for this week’s opening round of districts where, as the fourth seed, they play the winner of the Wyomissing vs. Berks Catholic game at home on Wednesday. It will be the Pioneers’ fourth straight district appearance. The Pioneers were also well represented in the recent League All-Star selections. Kimmel was both a first team all-star and MVP as a midfielder. Peticca and Zameroski were also first team selections. McKenna Conklin, a junior, was a second team midfielder and Marissa Denlinger was a second team defender. Honorable mention selections went to Katelyn Smith, on attack, and Paige Weidman, as a defender. “Each and every one of these girls have worked very hard this year and deserve the all-star honor,” said Ovchinnikoff. SOFTBALL This past Saturday, at Pequea Valley
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The 15th annual Kisses for Kaeden CMN Auction/Fundraiser will take place on Saturday, June 1, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Walmart Supercenter, 2036 Lincoln Highway East, Lancaster. Items up for bids during the auction will be baskets filled with gift cards, sports memorabilia items, and tickets from area restaurants, amusement parks, and stores as
well as from corporate donors. Auction tickets may be purchased individually or at a discounted price in sets of three. Baked goods, cold beverages, walking tacos, and hot dogs will be available by donation. Lancaster Barnstormers mascot Cylo and the Pennsylvania Avengers superheroes will be on hand to meet children and take photos with them. All money raised will go to Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) and
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for his compositions, which predominantly exhibited folk Armenian flavors. Khachaturian was known as one of the “three titans of Soviet music,” along with Prokofiev and Shostakovich. His works span many genres, including concertos, symphonies, ballets and music for film, which can still be regularly heard today. The “Waltz” from the “Masquerade Suite” was written in 1941 for a play with the same name created by Russian poet and playwright Mikhail Lermontov. Despite the play having a tragic theme, the waltz is particularly spirited. Peck was a composer from Detroit, Mich., who was heavily influenced by the soul music being played in the city in the 1950s. A musician from a very early age, Peck graduated from the University of Michigan with a doctorate in composition in 1972. He went on to be a professor at prestigious universities, including The Lancaster Symphony Orchestra will present “Shostakovich the Eastman School of Music. In Triumphant,” the final concert of its 72nd season, on Saturday, his later years, he left teaching to pursue his passion - advocating May 18, at the Winter Center in Millersville. The Lancaster Symphony Orchestra will present “Shostakovich Triumphant,” the group’s sixth and final concert of its 72nd season, on Saturday, May 18, at the Winter Center at Millersville University at 3 and 8 p.m. The Winter Center is located at 60 W. Cottage Ave., Millersville. The concert will include the Aram Khachaturian’s “Waltz” from the “Masquerade Suite,” Russell Peck’s “The Glory and the Grandeur” and Dimitri
Shostakovich’s Fifth Symphony. Khachaturian is considered one of the leading Soviet composers and the most well-known Armenian composer of the 20th century. He was born in 1903 to poor Armenian parents in present-day Georgia and grew up with little formal music training until age 18 when he enrolled in the Gnessin Musical Institute. He studied cello, composition and biology, and he was awarded many prestigious awards and privileges
for an end to world hunger. “The Glory and the Grandeur” is one of his most well-known pieces and is a work of Americana. The percussion section is in the spotlight, as a trio of percussion soloists plays 110 individual percussion instruments. Shostakovich was 19 when he began composing music. His career spanned a timeframe similar to the reign of Stalin, and artists of this era were severely punished, even executed, if their craft was perceived as going against the views and parameters set forth by the Communist Party. Shostakovich’s opera “Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District” received public criticism from Stalin, causing Shostakovich to fear his career, and even his life, would end. Shostakovich pressed
When Clint Krushinsky presented an award to Monica Rakoczy of EnterTRAINING Solutions, he said, “SCORE helps businesses improve and make them the best they can be.” Rakoczy concurred, relating a story of tragedy avoided because a worker recognized unsafe trenching from a worksite safety seminar she provided. Mentor Jerry Glenn helped Rakoczy develop her training business, and she was recently asked to speak at Con Expo in Las Vegas, which is a dream come true. Joshua Wood of Foxduck - his 3-year-old daughter supplied the company’s name - credited SCORE for the screen-printing company’s success. “SCORE cared about our mission as much as we did,” Wood said, noting that the mission and process were solidified by meetings with mentor Eric Parker. “We will continue to utilize SCORE services because it’s an outstanding resource.” Lebanon Valley Exposition Center & Fairgrounds (LVECF) was the longest-running entity
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BETHEL CHURCH: 3716 Main Street, Conestoga. Children’s Ministries for all ages and Adult Sunday School on Sunday at 9 am. Sunday worship at 10:15. Community Communion Service on 4th Wednesday at 6:30 pm. Bible studies offered. Many special events and activities. For more information, contact Pastor George at 717-419-2901
BOEHM’S UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: 13 West Boehms Rd, Willow Street. Sunday Schl: 9:15am (Toddler, Elementary, Adult). Worship: 10:30am. Bible Study w/childcare: Wednesday 6pm. Small groups meet wkly/mnthly. Periodic services and prayer meetings at historic Boehm’s Chapel 717-464-4885 www.BoehmsUMC.org
BREAKOUT MINISTRIES: Senior Pastors Ron & Mary Buch; Sundays at 10am. Contemporary worship & messages of freedom, healing & deliverance. Children’s ministry; nursery through Sr. High. Coffee & snacks before & after the Service. Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting 7-8pm; Women’s & Men’s Bible Study the 2nd & 4th Wed. 6-7 pm. Local & international outreaches. 2400 Anita Court, Leola, PA 17540 (717)656-8366
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF STRASBURG: 101 South Decatur Street, Strasburg. Services: Traditional 8:30am., Contemporary 11am., Sunday School 10am. Nursery Care available. Facebook.com/StrasPres, StrasPres.org 717-687-6030
GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH OF MILLERSVILLE 121 Walnut Hill Rd., Millersville. Sunday School at 9:15am; Worship at 10:30am. Wednesdays: AWANA Clubs at 6:30pm. & Prayer Meeting at 6:30pm. Activities for children, students, men and women. Nursery provided all services. 717-872-4581 www.findgracehere.org
GRACE CHURCH AT WILLOW VALLEY: 300 Willow Valley Square, Lancaster (behind Darrenkamp’s Market), 717464-2782. www.gracewv.org. Pastor John F. Smith, Sundays, 9am: Traditional Worship Service, Bible-centered groups for children, teens & adults. Nursery provided. 10:30am: Blended Worship Service, Bible-centered groups for children & adults. Nursery provided. Wed 6:30pm; AWANA, Boys’ Brigade & Student Ministries. Monthly activities for Senior adults. Home of Kids Express Preschool: kidsexpresspreschool.org
HARVEST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: 517 Beaver Valley Pk, Lancaster, PA 17602. Sunday School for all ages at 9:30 am. Worship Service at 11:00 am. Handicap access & nursery provided. Fellowship Groups, Men’s & Women’s Ministries, Choir, ESL Classes, Toddler Gym, Young Adults Pizza Club. Contact info: Phone: 717-464-8755 www.HarvestChurch-pca.org. HPC is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA).
HIGH VIEW CHURCH OF GOD: 2470 Leaman Rd, Ronks is a family-friendly congregation with many opportunities for worship. Worship time Sunday 10:15am. Sunday school classes for nursery-adults available at 9am. Every 4th Sunday evening is the “House of Prayer”. Small group Bible studies & children & youth programs throughout the week. Home of “The Little Lambs Christian Preschool”. Thomas I. Myers (Pastor) and Drew Thomas (Associate Pastor). 717-687-0523 firstname.lastname@example.org www.hvcog.org
LAMPETER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 1101 Village Rd. Lampeter. Traditional 8am; Contemporary 10:30am w/children’s worship. Sunday School 9:15am. Wed eves: community meal, praise dance, children’s choir, bible studies & youth grp for MS & HS. 717-464-4161 John G. Smith, Pastor. email@example.com www.lampeterumc.org
LANCASTER SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH: 151 City Mill Rd. (corner of City Mill & S. Conestoga Dr.) Lancaster, PA 17602. Saturday Sabbath Services; Sabbath School all ages 9:30am; Worship 10:45am. Prayer Meeting Wednesdays 6pm; Pastor Thomas Hennlein, 717-394-4495 www.lancasterchurch.org firstname.lastname@example.org
MT. EDEN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH: 1241 May Post Office Rd., Quarryville, (5 mi. South of Strasburg, 3 mi. North of 372). Rev. Donald Costlow, Pastor. Sunday worship service 9:30 am, nursery provided. Sunday School 11 am- all ages. Various ministries, groups available. Youth groups. Limited handicap accessibility. 717-786-7565. www.mteden.org
NEW DANVILLE BIBLE EVANGELICAL METHODIST CHURCH- 4 Kay Dr., Lancaster. Sunday School 9:30am, Worship 10:30am w/Junior Church & Nursery. Small Groups & Other Opportunities on Sunday Evenings. Wednesdays 7pm Youth & Children’s Ministry, Adult Bible Studies. 717-917-8547 or email: email@example.com
PARKESBURG WORD OF FAITH CHURCH meets at 501 Lenover Road, Parkesburg. Pastor James Lantz. Powerful, Soul Prospering Meetings Sundays 10am & Saturdays at 7pm Wednesday evening prayer at 7:30p.m. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 610-593-2277.
PROVIDENCE CHURCH OF GOD: 269 Cinder Rd. 717-786-5580. Sunday School all ages- 9:00am & 10:45am. Family Worship Service at 9:00am & 10:45am. Wednesday Services: AWANA (September-April) 3 yrs-6th grade 6:30-8pm. Youth Bible Study 6:30-8pm. Handicapped Access. www.provchurch.net
REFTON BIC CHURCH: 110 Church St., Refton, Mike Anderson, Pastor. Scott MacFeat, Jr. Student Ministries Director. Worship 10:30 am; Wednesdays at 6:30 pm: Children K-5th grade, Middle School & High School students. 717806-5812 email@example.com www.reftonchurch.org Handicapped access & Hearing assistance.
WEST WILLOW UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: 118 West Willow Road, Willow Street. (717) 464-3211. Pastor: Robert Garvey. Worship Services: 8am, Contemporary Service at 9:30am and 10:30am. Adult Sunday School at 9:15am. Ladies Bible Study 2nd Monday of each month at 1pm.
WILLOW STREET MENNONITE CHURCH: 399 E. Penn Grant Rd. Sunday School 9am, Blended Worship Celebration 10:15am, Nursery, Children’s Church. Active Youth Programs; home of Willow Street Preschool; Thurs. Women’s Tea Time 9:15-11:15am. Handicap access, hearing assist. 717-464-2422 www.willowstreetmennonite.com
WILLOW STREET UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST: 2723 Willow Street Pk., Willow Street. (717) 464-3462. Pastors: Ron Bohannon and Liza Garcia. Adult Study Group 8:15 a.m.; Worship 9:30 a.m.; Kids Connection 9:30 a.m.; handicapped friendly, hearing devices. Nursery care provided. firstname.lastname@example.org
WordUP Community Ministries: 160 Rt. 41 Gap, PA – located in Dutchland Corporate Center. Pastor Buck Mowday, 717330-0561. Start your Sunday experience in the Café beginning 10:00 am with Worship Service following at 10:45 am. Join us the last Thursday of each month at 6:00 pm for a Community Event of Free Soup, Sandwich and Talk. Facebook: WordUP Community Ministries. We serve God by serving others: Me serving you, You serving others, Others serving Others.
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City Receives Recognition Lancaster city was designated an American Express Neighborhood Champion for its work to promote and support Small Business Saturday. Small Business Saturday is the first Saturday after the Thanksgiving holiday and is celebrated nationwide in support of local small businesses. Lancaster city was designated a Neighborhood Champion in recognition of its residents’ collaborative endeavors to create a vibrant shopping and dining environment for the community. Last year, merchants and restaurants enticed shoppers with decorated stores and windows and offered Small Business Saturday specials. Additionally, local celebrities shared their favorite “shop small” moments, and roving elves passed out swag for shoppers. The Lancaster City Alliance and the Lancaster Office of Promotion join together to coordinate and support Small Business Saturday, highlighting local merchants’ efforts to make Lancaster city a special place to dine and shop every day. To learn more, readers may visit www.lancastercityalliance.org or www.visitlancastercity.com.
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ATGLEN MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH: E. Main and Dallas Sts., Atglen, PA. Joe Newsome, Interim Pastor. Join us Sundays at 11am as we preach Christ crucified, risen and coming again so all may come to a personal, saving relationship with Christ.
GRACE COMMUNITY CHURCH OF WILLOW STREET: 212 Peach Bottom Rd., Willow Street. Pastor- Mike Sigman. Weekend Worship: 6pm Saturday, Contemporary; Sunday Worship: 8 a.m. Traditional; 9:15am & 11am Contemporary. Sunday Schl from infant-5th grade, meets simultaneously with 9:15 am & 11am Worship Services. Impact Youth Ministry- Wed. 6:30 pm at New Danville Menn. School, 393 Long Ln. Numerous Small Groups. 717-464-5333. www.gccws.net email@example.com
Acre), 85 Hummels, Estate jewelry & watches, Demuth crocks, Nice Antiques & Collectibles, Remington USWW2 03-A3 30-06 Riﬂe, Glassware & China, Linens, Furniture, Mowers, Snowblower, Tools, Troy-Bilt Tillers, White Riding Mower, Ariens snowblower
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THURSDAY, MAY 23 • 6:00 P.M. 1143 NOBLE ROAD, CHRISTIANA DIRECTIONS - WEST ON NOBLE ROAD FROM RT. 896
Nice Two-Story Contemporary Home Sitting On 1.4 Acre Wooded Lot In Bart Twp. Enjoy The Sunken Living Room Featuring A Huge Stone Fireplace With Propane Gas Fireplace. Kitchen With Island Leads Into The Dining Area. Second Level Hosts Two Bedrooms, Den, And Bath. Partial Basement. Propane Heat. Carport. Storage Shed. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT More Info. & Pics. On Website. Sale For: Dennis & Linda Wilson
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ASCENSION LUTHERAN CHURCH: 600 E. Penn Grant Rd., P.O. Box 635, Willow Street. Pastor: The Rev. Steven R. Bowser. Associate Pastor: The Rev. Maureen L. Seifried. Worship: Sat. Eves. 6 p.m., Sunday Worship 8:15 am & 10:45am. Sunday School 9:30am; Holy Communion at all services. (717)4645683 Handicapped Access, Hearing Devices & Nursery. www.ascensionws.org
St. John’s Episcopal Church, 321 W. Chestnut St., Lancaster, will host its final Evensong and organ recital of the season, Evensong for Eastertide, on Sunday, May 19, at 4 p.m. in the church sanctuary. As is the custom of St. John’s Evensong services, a freewill offering will benefit a charitable cause. The May 19 event will support the three historic black Louisiana churches impacted by arson this spring. The St. John’s choir will sing settings by Charles Wood, Michael McCabe and Kevin Hildebrad. In recognition of Louisiana’s French heritage, minister of music and organist Paul Reese will perform a recital of French and French-inspired music by Jehan Alain, Louis Vierne, Eugene Gigout, Francois Couperin and J.S. Bach. A reception in the parish hall will follow Evensong.
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Fulton Theatre Sets New Shows The Fulton Theatre, 12 N. Prince St., Lancaster, in association with Maine State Music Theatre, will present Duke Ellington’s dance- and music-filled “Sophisticated Ladies” through Saturday, May 25. Three acclaimed choreographers, Broadway’s Mark Stuart, Broadway’s Kenny Ingram, and Lancaster’s own Marc Robin, have joined for the production. In addition, “Princess and the Pea” will take the stage this spring. Performances will take place through May 25. A complete list of dates and times is available at https://thefulton.org.
THURSDAY, JUNE 27 • 6:00 P.M. 1207 NOBLE ROAD, CHRISTIANA, PA DIRECTIONS: WEST ON NOBLE ROAD FROM RT. 896
CHARMING BART TWP. CAPE COD ON .92 ACRE WOODED LOT. Main Level Features Master Bedroom w/Bath, Living Room, Large Family Room w/Brick Fireplace, Dining Room, Kitchen, & Laundry. Second Level Hosts Three Bedrooms, Two Baths & Loft. Attached Two-Car Garage. Full Unﬁnished Basement. Enjoy The Large Deck & Rear Patio. Central Air. Oil Heat. Beautiful Home & Property. OPEN HOUSE – MAY 16 • 5:00-7:00 & MAY 25 • 10:00-12 NOON OR SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT See Website For Pictures & Information Sale For: Brian & Cheryn Woerth
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9AM Personal Property - 12PM Real Estate 2672 Meadow View Rd. Manheim, PA 17545 5+ ACRE RAPHO TWP FARMETTE w/CUSTOM FARMHOUSE - 5.15 Acre Lot - MANHEIM CENTRAL SD OPEN HOUSE: SAT. MAY 18, 10AM-12PM & MON. MAY 20, 5PM-6:30PM OR SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT Auction For: Paul & Sandy Brubaker 168 Blue Rock Rd. Millersville, PA 17551 WELL-LOCATED MILLERSVILLE RANCH HOME 0.34 Acre Lot - PENN MANOR SD OPEN HOUSE: SAT. MAY 18, 10AM-12PM & MON. MAY 20, 5PM-6:30PM OR SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT Auction For: Mirian A. Otthofer Estate
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142 S. Grant St. Manheim, PA 17545 AFFORDABLE MANHEIM FAMILY HOME -0.15 Acre Lot - MANHEIM CENTRAL SD OPEN HOUSE: SAT. MAY 18, 10AM-12PM & MON. MAY 20, 5PM-6:30PM OR SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT Auction For: Tim & Connie Kauffman
TUES. JUNE 11, 2019 - 6PM 507 Prospect St. Lancaster, PA 17603 AFFORDABLE LANCASTER CITY HOME IN NICE NEIGHBORHOOD - 0.09 Acre Lot SCHOOL DISTRICT OF LANCASTER OPEN HOUSE: SAT. JUNE 1, 10AM-12PM MON. JUNE 3, 5PM-6:30PM OR SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT Auction For: Francis L. Fye Estate
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1989 Chevy Corvette Low Miles! Economy Tractor with Loader, Firearms, Painted Face Tall Case Clock, Early Quilts & Rugs, Toys, Trains, Comics, Jewelry, Sterling, Coins & Currency, Early Stoneware, Early Cookie Cutters & Molds, Breweriana, Coca-Cola & Pepsi, 1759 Pennsylvania Map by Nicholas Scull & Columbia PA Ephemera, Advertising & Postcards, Aaron Zook 3-D Artworks
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Located at: 268 Bixler Gap Rd., Lewistown, PA, Granville Twp., Mifﬂin Co. Directions: From (BUS Rt. 22) Lewistown take Rt. 103 S. to L on 333 S. to right on Tower Hill Rd. to right on Blue Mtn. Dr. 1.5 mi. to left on Bixler Gap Rd. ¼ mi. to cabin on left. Real Estate: consists of 44.71 wooded acres; improvements include a custombuilt (2001) one-owner 1,422 sq. ft. 4-bdrm contemporary dwelling/retreat & storage shed. For info call auctioneer at (717) 371-3333 NOTE: Outstanding retreat/cabin offers a rich modern design open ﬂoor plan, tasteful décor throughout; property sells fully furnished! This quiet secluded property is truly stunning, you must see to appreciate, desirable southern exposure! Enjoy nature & the abundant wildlife from the deck! For photos & complete listing www.martinandrutt.com Auction By: MARTIN & RUTT AUCTIONEERS AY2189 Michael J. Martin (717) 371-3333 John J. Rutt II (717) 587-8906
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1943 Rachael Dr. Lancaster, PA 17601 5-BR MANHEIM TWP HOME IN DESIRABLE DEVELOPMENT 0.49 Acre Lot - MANHEIM TOWNSHIP SD OPEN HOUSE: Shown By Appointment
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3PM Personal Property - 6PM Real Estate 59 S. Hazel St. Manheim, PA 17545 AFFORDABLE MANHEIM 3-BR SEMI-DETACHED HOME & SEPARATELY DEEDED LOT - Parcel One (Home): 0.07 Acre Lot & Parcel Two: 0.22 Acre Lot (Sold Separately)- MANHEIM CENTRAL SD OPEN HOUSE: SAT. JUNE 1, 10AM-12PM & MON. JUNE 3, 5PM-6:30PM OR SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT Auction For: Rufus B. Ginder Estate
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THURS., MAY 23 • 5 P.M. 542 Georgetown Rd., Ronks. From Strasburg Rt. 896 S. (Georgetown Rd.). Property on right OR from Georgetown take Rt. 896 N. Property on left.
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WWW.WOLGEMUTH-AUCTION.COM EMAIL: OFFICE@WOLGEMUTH-AUCTION.COM Rural 1-sty. Rancher w/1,160 SF, eat-in kitchen, large living rm., 2 bdrms., bath, 1st ﬂoor laundry, oil HW heat, 2-car garage, 1.2 ACRES partially wooded lot, on-site well & septic. Zoned Rural Residential. Owners serious to sell. Great location w/panoramic farmland view. Minutes to Strasburg, Georgetown & Nickel Mines. Ideal as residence or investment. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., May 4, 11 & 18 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit www.klinekreidergood.com. Deposit, bridge/swing loan or ﬁnancing available to qualiﬁed buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006.
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36 Acre Active Dairy Farm TUESDAY, MAY 28, 2019 AT 7:00 P.M.
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FRIDAY, MAY 31, 2019 AT 5 P.M. REAL ESTATE AT 5:30 P.M. 234 Esbenshade Road, Ronks, PA 17572 – Lancaster County
Location: 25 Creamery Road, Pequea, PA 17565 This 36.3 acre farm includes approx. 29 acres of sloped crop land, 5 acres of pasture w/a stream. Improvements include 5 bedroom, 1 bath 2.5 story farmhouse, 44 tie-stall dairy barn w/2 manure pits, 2 silos, calf hutch, tobacco/implement shed, horse barn/shop and other outbuildings. Property is in Clean & Green, Taxes approx $5,283.00, Zoned AG, On-site well & Septic, Martic Twp. Open House Date: Sat., May 18 1-3 P.M. or by appointment. Auctioneer’s Note: Property has been cleaned up however buildings do need some TLC. Lots of potential as a cash crop or dairy farm. Close to State game lands & Tucquan Glen Nature Reserve. Seller is SERIOUS about selling so come prepared to buy. Attention Realtors: Seller is offering a 1% broker participation. Contact Leon at 484-868-4023fordetails. Auctioneers: Christian Stoltzfus Leon Stoltzfus Levi Fisher & Mose King www.paauctioncenter.com
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Location: 45 Peach Lane, Ronks, PA 17572 (Paradise Twp., Lancaster Co.) Directions: Rt. 896 South of Strasburg. Turn right onto Peach Lane. Continue to property on left.
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- REAL ESTATE 3.1 Acres +/- w/a 4 Bdrm. Rancher and 16’x20’ horse barn. A must see property! 1 sty. Rancher w/2,643 sq.ft. 2½ baths, 4 BRs (including master w/ his and her walk-in closets and door to outside deck) Master bath. Eat-in kitchen, dining rm., living rm., family rm. w/fireplace, laundry, basement w/storage area and canning rm. Wraparound deck w/nice view. Attached 2-car garage. Radiant ceiling/coal stove heat. Outbuildings: 16’x20’ Horse Barn w/10’x11’ stall, feed rm., loft and 6’x11’ lean-to. 12’x24’ 2 stall run-in shed. 10’x16’ garden shed. All on 3.1 Acres fenced pasture (approx. 1 acre), spacious lawns, garden area, camping area, fruit trees, grapevines, blueberries, raspberries. On-site well & septic. Paradise Twp. PV Schools. House is fully wired. Note: Attractive property w/scenic view. Move-in condition. Easy access to Strasburg, Georgetown, Rts. 896, 741, etc. Sellers are relocating and plan to sell. Prepare to buy.
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Terms: 10% down, settlement on or before July 20, 2019. Kling & Deibler, Attys. Auction for: John JR. and Ruthie Beiler (717) 288-2011
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- Iva/Mine Ridge Area Directions: From Gap take Strasburg Road west 6.5 miles, turn left onto Esbenshade Road to property on the left. Description: 5 bedroom, 3 bath, 1.5-story house on ½ acre. Eat-in kitchen, dining room, family room, ﬁnished basement w/2 bedrooms, 1 bedroom upstairs, 2 bedrooms on main ﬂoor, lots of windows. 12'x24' concrete block garage, with lean-to steel garden shed also 12'x24', established garden, level lot, paved driveway with extra pull-off parking area on the street. Located in the country but close to shopping and all major conveniences. Enjoy the farmland! Paradise Township, Pequea Valley School District, 2019 Property Taxes $3,497. Open House: Thurs., May 16 (4-7 P.M.); Sat., May 18 (1-4 P.M.). Terms: Deposit $20,000 due day of auction. Settlement on or before July 31, 2019. Buyer to pay 2% state transfer tax. Attention Realtors: 1% broker participation offer to Realtors who pre-register their buyers and who become successful bidder the day of the auction. Pre-registration forms & pictures available online. Personal Property: 2015 Dodge Caravan SXT (great condition, 46,000 miles, front wheel drive), Coin collection of approx. 60 Morgan Silver Dollars, Robert E. Lee black powder pistol, antique chest, antique toolbox w/drawer, milk bottles, original Amish painting by Freiman Stoltzfus, antique wooden wagon wheels, heart bells by Smucker Harness Shop, Joel Zook production mule team hitch w/handmade Conestoga Wagon, harness leather bell, stage coach replica, dry sink, hutch, rolltop desk, dresser, chest of drawers, kneehole desk, table w/drawer, Queen Anne table, marble top end table, oak china cabinet, oak cabinet, oak pedestal extension table & 4 chairs set, 4 drawer oak ﬁling cabinet, engraved wooden case, oak armoire, (2) bookcases, (2) cedar chests, (2) sofa beds, (1) recliner, (3) beds, (3) mattresses, (1) Ebersoll rocking chair, and much more! For more information, pictures and forms go to: www.beiler-campbellauctions.com or www.auctionzip.com or www.GoToAuction.com Online bidding available through www.proxibid.com for real estate and a few select personal items. Auctioneers:
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CUSTOM TRIM & CABINETRY INSTALLER Must Have Valid Drivers License. Trim Carpenter Experience Preferred. Beaver Valley Carpentry, New Providence
DRIVER NEEDED FOR shed kit crew,also decks and garages. Some overnight stays competitive wages & benefits $700 sign on bonus after 90 days. 717-224-3049 DRIVER/ CREW WORKER. FT, competitive wages. Looking for driver with clean driving record to work on installation crew on local & out-of town jobs. Some construction exp. helpful, but will train the right person. Call 717-690-2000 or stop in: Shady Lane Curtains, 224 Maple Ave, Bird-In-Hand, PA 17505
Seeking independent, hard-working & reliable person. 1st shift, F-T w/ OT. Candidate will possess knowledge & ability to ensure operation of machinery & skills to troubleshoot, diagnose, repair, install & maintain equip. Co. truck provided. Must have good driving record and great positive attitude. IMMEDIATE OPENING! Great Pay! Call TODAY! 717-681-0085. FT WAREHOUSE POSITION AVAILABLE for home improvement company. Looking for a self-motivated, mechanically inclined individual with a general understanding of home improvement business. Responsibilities vary and will train the right candidate. Competitive wages and excellent benefit package. Apply in person or send resume to George J. Grove & Son, Inc., 1219 Manheim Pk., Lancaster, PA 17601
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PART TIME - HIRING SCHOOL CROSSING GUARDS!! DEDICATED CITIZENS TO HELP CHILDREN GET TO & FROM SCHOOL SAFELY. WORK A BRIEF SHIFT IN THE AM & PM. CALL ANGELA D. FOR MORE INFORMATION (717) 681-5993
MASONS & TENDERS Prevailing wages. Benefits. Start immediately. B & D Masonry, Inc Est. 35+ years 717-397-1689
GROWING COMPANY LOOKING For Highly Motivated, Quality Person for Grass Mowing & Landscaping Crew in Lancaster. Experience preferred will train right person. PA drivers license Reqâ€™d.717-951-5950
HELP WANTED in Construction. PT or FT Drivers License Needed. 717-989-1780. Also enjoys Deer Hunting.
NOW HIRING Full Time Housekeepers Must be able to work every other weekend and holidays Please Contact Dean Sheaffer: 610-593-3137 firstname.lastname@example.org
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â€˘ Mechanically inclined, experience preferred â€˘ Knowledge of 12-volt wiring â€˘ Welding experience preferred The posion above is full-me and generally requires between 45-50 hours per week. BeneďŹ ts include very compeve wages, 7 paid holidays, paid vacaon me and a company match rerement plan.
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To drive crews to job site and help work. Also looking for a semi-retired driver with ďŹ‚exible hours.
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Driverâ€™s license preferred but not required.
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STEEL BOLLARDS, TUBING/PIPE 5.75â€? OD .31 Wall. 5â€™6â€? Long $40.87, 6â€™7â€? Long $52.58, 7â€™10â€? Long $57.35, 9â€™10â€? $72.00, 39â€™ 4=2 $288. Ephrata, PA 717445-5222
Medical PCA/ MED TECH needed for small personal care home in Lancaster. All shifts. FT/PT. Call Karen @ 717-725-7853.
CONCRETE- MASON CREW Hiring. Reliable/Dependable Person. Must Have Valid Drivers License. 717-687-6955
FOR SALE Bldg. Materials
Paid CDL Training $13.50/hour $1,000 Sign-on Bonus Great for retirees, stay at home parents and others looking for part-time work with flexible hours or supplemental income Apply online at
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CDL DRIVERS H.M. Stauffer & Sons, Inc., a Leola based building components manufacturer, is looking for an experienced full-time CDL-A driver. No touch loads, driver is responsible to strap down load. Could earn $1,200 per week with OT. • Must have valid CDL and clean driving record • Able to read a map and written travel directions • Experienced with oversized loads helpful • Flatbed experience/strapping loads helpful • Familiar with current FMCSA & DOT regulations • Med/Den/Vis/Life Insurance • Paid holidays & vacation • Home every night
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MINI BERNEDOODLE PUPS, great markings, well socialized, come with health guarantee. $1450. 717-824-2734
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WARFEL CONSTRUCTION COMPANY is currently accepting applications for an experienced
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BELGIAN MALINOIS/ DUTCH SHEPHERD cross, sharp & friendly, great guard dogs, born 1/27. $350. 717-283-7977
CHRISTIANA, 1238 GEORGETOWN Rd, Huge Indoor Garage Sale, 5/17 & 5/18, 7am-? Lots childeren’s clothing & sleepers, etc., Newborn-4yrs, Coca Cola® Items & Lots More!
BOXER PUPPIES, Brindle & Fawn, Family Raised, Friendly & Cute. Ready 5/26, $700-$800. 717-468-4440
HIGHLAND HEIGHTS COMMUNITY YARD SALE, Fri. 5/24 & Sat. 5/25, 8am-? Groffdale Rd & Evans Dr., Quarryville
F1B MINI LABADOODLE, Male, 14 weeks old, super cute, friendly, up to date on shots & wormer. $300. 717-925-9065
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CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES, farm raised, very cute, Males $550, shots & wormed at 6wks 717-529-1193 Ext. 0
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CANE CORSO 11 month old Pup, AKC Registered, Beautiful Colors. Must see. Serious Inquiries Only. 610-467-0831
APPROXIMATELY 30 HOURS PER WEEK
OAK GUN CABINET holds 6 guns, $300. Leave message 610-721-9557
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AKC ENGLISH CREAM Retriever Pups, shots, wormed, vet checked. Born 2/15. $600; AKC German Shepherd Pups, shots, wormed, vet checked. Born 2/12 $450. Boxer Pups, $300 717-548-4277
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GUNS WANTED INSTANT PAYMENT 1 gun or collection- Will travel Kinsey’s Outdoors, 717-653-5524
AKC CHOCOLATE & BLACK Lab Pups, shots, wormed, raised on farmette, Ready now. $550. 717-587-7927
Equal Opportunity Employer.
MOTORIZED 3 WHEEL BICYCLE, like new, original $1600, bargain $1000. Call Ruth 717-625-2062
2 AUSSIE POM PUPPIES, vet checked, shots, cute & playful. $200; AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD PUPS, 1 blue merle & 1 red merle, $400; Call 717529-2790 ext 0.
Applicants should have more than 5 years of commercial carpentry experience with construction projects. Competitive pay and benefits offered.
SILVER LAB PUPPIES AKC registered, utd on shots, dewormed, family raised, 717-341-3315
NEW HOLLAND BALER 276; New Idea Manuer Spreader, 245; New Holland Hay Bind, 488; A Gap Hay Wagon. Call 610-869-3959
1-1/2YR OLD YORKIE Poo, up today on rabbies shots & License. $300 obo. 717-682-1307
RED & BLUE Heeler Pups, full masked, very nice, shots & wormed, $550 F $500 M. Ready 5/16/19 717-548-3214
KIRKWOOD 1623 KIRKWOOD PK. 5/24, 7am-5pm, 5/25, 7am-2pm. Collectibels, vintage and antiques, wooden butter church, old wooden boxes with logos, dishes, Disney and Barbie. L-S APPLE CROFT NEIGHBORHOOD Off Lampeter Rd. Friday 5/17, 6-8pm. Saturday 5/18, 8am-12pm.
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES, 1 male, 2 females, shots, wormed, vet checked, ready now, $495, 717-285-7445
MULTI-FAMILY SALE, 1426 Lampeter Rd, Lancaster, beside Apple Croft Development. Fri. 5/17, 2pm until dark. Over 100 sets of Stampin Up, HH, furn & more
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS, AKC, vet checked, family raised & friendly, Price reduced. $695. 717-355-9726
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GOLDEN DOODLE PUPPIES, home raised by our Male & Female, $600. Ready 5/17. Call or Text 717-989-2069
QUARRYVILLE, 57 BLACK BEAR RD, just off 222 South. Fri, 5/17, 7am, Downsizing! Great old things! Rain or shine.
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ADVERTISER - Lampeter-Strasburg Edition - May 15, 2019 - 19
STAY IN YOUR home longer with an American Standard Walk-In Bathtub. Receive up to $1,500 off, including a free toilet, and a lifetime warranty on the tub and installation! Call us at 1-855-534-6198
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SEASONAL COAL/ WOOD/ PELLET Stoves and Inserts, New & Refurbished. Over 300 models in stock. $100-$800 & up. Buy/ Sell/ Trade. Call 717-577-6640
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CLOCK DOCTOR All Fine Clocks Cleaned, Oiled, Repaired. We Make House Calls! Free Pick-Up & Delivery! Call: 717-768-3844 CLOCK REPAIR Housecalls on Grandfather Clocks Clocks Bought & Sold Trager Clocks 717-786-7053 CONCRETE: STAMP, DECORATIVE, Affordable prices. Free Estimates. Call 717-283-7764 or or www.bosscrete.net. DAN THE HANDYMAN, Remodel & Repair, Electric, Plumbing, Carpentry, Bsmts, Baths. Insured, Quality Work. Reasonable Rates. Free Est. 717-682-8006. PA022116 DECKS, FENCES, Interior & Exterior Work. Handyman Work. Free Estimates. References. Brian, 717-371-0760. DULL’S PROPERTY & TREE SERVICE Quality- Dependibility- Affordability 717-872-1972 EXCAVATING/CONCRETE/DEMOLITION ADA Compliance Walkways/Parking Water-Sewer Lines, Site work Foundations/Lot Clearing PA100091 717-342-5035 email@example.com GUTTER CLEANING & Small Roof Repairs, CHEAP! 484-746-0577 GUTTER CLEANING AND leaf guard roofing and roof repairs. 10 years experience 717-715-5844
HOUSE WASHING BY ME READ YOUR AD THE FIRST WEEK IT APPEARS
This publication will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion of any advertisement.
SERVICES RENDERED NOTICE
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. A PLUS SERVICE Spinello Home Improvements. Roof and siding repair, painting, kitchen & bath remodeling, decks, no job too odd or too small, references, insured. HIC# PA028667. Call Joe Spinello, 717-464-5466.
A&L TRIMMING, Interior Triming, Cabinet Installations, Install New Flooring 717-529-9017 Leave Message AB TRIM & CABINETS LLC, Custom Counter Tops, Cabinetry, Crown Moulding, Stairs, Trimming & More. 717-945-3269
ALL PLASTER REPAIRS, painting. Lowdust high strength system. PA51739 717-560-5 6 6 8
AMISH MOVING COMPANY Will move households (will go out of state). Fair prices for Clean Outs of Attics, Basements. 717-442-3301 ANDY’S DRYWALL Interior Remodeling, Hanging, Finishing, Framing, Painting, Basements, Additions, Textured Ceilings & Walls. Insured. PA 022669. 717-587-4102 BUSHES PROFESSIONALLY TRIMMED & pruned. Hedges, shrubbery, ornamental plants aesthetically maintained. No job too small. Spring clean-up, mulching, light landscaping. 717-405-8733 CD BEILER CONSTRUCTION ROOFING, DECKING, SCREENED PORCHES PA LIC. 112619, LIC & INSURED. 717-723-6576 AMISH OWNED AND OPERATED
Removal of black stains off roof & exterior cleaning. 717-424-8504 MAPLE SHADE LANDSCAPING LLC
Mowing, Mulching, Trimming, Lawn Seeding, New Lawns & Reseeding 717-517-6779 PA#118077
PAINTING By Triple P
Int/Ext, Res/Com, 30 yrs exp. Free estimates, Fully insured Eric, 717-615-6442 PA 116089
PAINTING DONE RIGHT Interiors. Exteriors. Detailed clean custom painting services. Res/Com. Refs. PA126393 717-286-5464 Many other related services, just ask! POWER WASHING By Maple Shade Landscaping: Deck’s, Houses, Patio’s, Vinyl Fences, Etc. 717-517-6779 PA#118077 STUMP GRINDING 717-291-6898 Lester E. Probst. Free Estimates JUST STUMPS. Quality Workmanship. STUMP GRINDING SERVICE Free Estimates, Call Dave 7am-7pm, 7 Days/ Week. 717-406-7529 TREE TRIMMING & REMOVAL Brush Clearing - Stump Grinding. Sunny Slope Tree Service. Family Owned & Operated Since 1996 Fully Insured PA103313 717-768-0114 www.sunnyslopetreeservice.com 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) PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD ONLINE AT TOWNLIVELY.COM
ITEMS WANTED ALL GUN, MILITARY, shooting, hunting, reloading, ammo, parts, pieces and related items. Text or call Russ 484-645-7364 AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS $$ PAYING CASH $$ for Classic & Collector Cars. 717-577-8206
ITEMS WANTED AT SUSQUEHANNA COIN, Willow Valley Square, our 37th year paying top pricesfor gold, silver, coins, jewelry, sterling, etc. 717-464-4016. BRITISH MOTORCYCLES WANTED Triumph, Norton, BSA, etc., running or not. I pay more. 484-252-1708, anytime. WANTED: RECLAIMED LUMBER, old barn wood. 717-413-8393
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For Rent 2BR ROTHSVILLE: clean semi, apls, no pet 3BR PARADISE: Clean single home, appls, yard, no pets. 717-768-8427 Leave Mess. COLUMBIA – 2 BR Apt $850 DENVER – 2 BR Townhouse $970 ELIZABETHTOWN – 2 BR Apt $825 EPHRATA – 2 BR Apt $950 LEOLA – 3BR Townhouse $945 LITITZ – 2 BR Apt $850 MANHEIM – 2 BR Apt $850 MANHEIM TWP – 2 BR Apt $850 MOUNTVILLE - 1 BR Loft $895 WILLOW STREET – 2 BR Semi $850 WEST HEMPFIELD – 1 BR Apt $800 WEST HEMPFIELD – 2BR Apt $895 View All our Listings & Apply On-Line 717-285-4555 prospectleasing.com
FOR RENT- 3 bdr, 2 story home Kirkwood/Oxford area. No pets, tenant pays all utilities, $1100/ mo. Accepting applications. 717-786-8000 Beiler-Campbell Realtors OC, MD., 14TH ST: 1, 2 & 4BR Vacation Apts. Nightly/ Weekly. Groups Welcome 717-318-4775 portnstarboardapts.com QUARRYVILLE SMALL 1BR Apt For Rent. Includes W/S/T, Heat, W/D, $685/mo + Security. Call 717-768-7243
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HOMESITES FOR YOUR MANUFACTURED HOME FOR RENT!
Conestoga 3267 Main St. 1BR..$675 East Petersburg 6040 Pine St. Semi-detached 3BR 1.5BA 1 car garage across from park..........$995 Marietta 589 E. Market 2BR......$825 Millersville 210 W. Frederick St. 2BR...........................................$825 Penn Manor 1162 Penn Grant Rd. 3BR 3BA Farmhouse w/lg. shed ......................$1500 (Additional work shop, steer barn & acreage avail) Strasburg Twp 2017 Beaver Valley Pk. 2BR Mobile Home...............$925 Also Great Houses & Apartments Available in Lancaster City SHOP/PARKING SPACE Avail. for Trucks/Cars/RV ,etc. Call Ron for details. Kritzer Enterprises, LLC 717-419-3021
STORAGE SPACE: 4x12 - $40 717-786-0256.
For Sale FOR-SALE BY OWNER *** $239,900 *** >> 1616 Oak Lane, Lancaster, PA 17601 << ~~ This Property is listed on Zillow.com ~~ (717)392-5290 / firstname.lastname@example.org REAL ESTATE AUCTION- Monday, 6-10-19. Beautiful 1861 Stone House/ Barn, well maintained, w/upgrades, 4 acres +/-, Lancaster, PA. For details, visit: www.Wolgemuth-Auction.com #2357. 717-656-2947 SEAFORD, DELAWARE. NEW MOVE-IN READY HOMES! Low Taxes! Close to Beaches, Gated, Olympic pool. Model Homes from the low 100’s. Brochures. 1-866-629-0770 or www.coolbranch.com SELLING YOUR OWN PROPERTY? Need to advertise it in your local paper and others like it? We have the placement services to help you. Contact Engle Printing & Publishing Co. Classifieds @ 1-800428-4211
Wanted WE BUY HOUSES & APARTMENT BUILDINGS Any Condition. Tired of being a landlord? Cash out today! No Realtor Fees. Fast Easy Cash Settlement! 717-598-2661
Manufactured Housing BUY DIRECT Modulars - Doublewides - Singlewides Starting at $33,900. Our prices wont be beat We Move Mobiles, Buy Homes, Sell Parts. www.superiorhomes.com 717-875-1288
$100-$800 For Your Unwanted Junk Cars-Trucks- Vans- SUVs. Prompt, Honest Service. Call KZ 717-847-6083 PA0002
Looking for a nice place for your new or preowned home and family? 24 Hour on call service, professionally managed and maintained. Communities that "Feel like Home". Available lots within Beautiful Communities in York, Dauphin, Cumberland, Lancaster, Luzerne and Perry Counties. Select communities are offering FREE RENT; 3 TO 12 MONTHS FREE! Call today for details! 717 730-4141
$200 TO $5000 CASH PAID FOR JUNK & USED VEHICLES. FREE REMOVAL. Call 717-799-3872 $50-$1000 CASH PAID ON ALL VEHICLES Serving York & Lancaster. 24/7 service. Call anytime 717-515-2607
AUTOMOTIVE AUTOS FOR SALE 2002 HONDA ACCORD Coupe, 178,000 miles, current inspection, runs and drives great. $3000 or best offer. Call 717-572-4698.
BRITISH MOTORCYCLES WANTED Triumph, Norton, BSA, etc., running or not. I pay more. 484-252-1708, anytime.
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CASH PAID FOR ATV’s, ATC’s, Motorcycles, 2, 3 or 4 Wheelers, Any Year, Running Or Not. Please Call 610-656-3158
CASH FOR YOUR UNWANTED CAR & TRUCK. Any condition. PA licensed & insured dealer. 717-350-1208, anytime. (WANTED) CARS/ TRUCKS WANTED!!! All makes/ models 2002-2018! Any condition. Running or not. Competitive offer! Free Towing! We’re Nationwide! Call Now: 1-888-368-1016
$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.
GOT TOYOTA? ALL TOYOTAS Parts, Repairs, Sales, Srvc. New, Oem, Used, Aftm. Weikle’S + save 717-417-2726
1983 SUZUKI TEMPTER, GR650, 19,056 miles, good condition, new battery, $2500 OBO. 717-587-0487
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AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES
RECREATIONAL VEHICLES 2004 26’ 5TH wheel Mako Shark Gul Stream camper with hitch, $5,500. Leave message, 717-548-3285 2015 CHAPARRAL 37’ fifth wheel, loaded, ready, $39K OBO. 717-435-5186. Can deliver to you. 2016 JAYCO CLASS C Motorhome, 10,500 mi, 2 slides, auto leveling, many upgrades & extras. 717-733-2184
AUTO & TRUCK REPAIR
• Diesel & Gas Service • Chassis & Driveline • Custom Brake Lines • Tires, Brakes & Diagnostics
717-806-5936 467 W. 4th St., Quarryville
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20 - ADVERTISER - Lampeter-Strasburg Edition - May 15, 2019
Weekly Specials 25 MANOR AVE., MILLERSVILLE, PA 17551-1199
717-872-5457 Please visit our website for our complete ad
Sale Effective Wednesday, May 15 - Tuesday, May 21, 2019
’RE OPEN WE SUNDAY 8 AM - 5 PM MONDAY-FRIDAY 8 AM - 9 PM SATURDAY 8 AM - 6 PM
TO ASSURE SUFFICIENT SUPPLY OF SALE ITEMS WE MUST RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT THE PURCHASE OF SALE ITEMS EXCEPT WHERE OTHERWISE NOTED. NONE SOLD TO DEALERS OR WHOLESALERS. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS. ARTWORK FOR DISPLAY PURPOSES ONLY. THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION.
SAVINGS IN EVERY AISLE! MEAT
Fresh, Boneless F Skinless SALMON SA A PORTIONS
$ 99 5 Oz.
Whole in Bag
Center Cut Bone-In
Cut Into Roast/Steaks at no extra cost
All Natural, Grade A Split
Lb. Lesser Amounts $8.49 Lb.
Lb. Lesser Amounts $1.99 Lb.
LEBANON Or SWEET LEBANON BOLOGNA
WHITE AMERICAN CHEESE
Golden Ripe G
PEPSI, DIET PEPSI, MT DEW, SIERRA MIST or SCHWEPPES SELTZER 6 Pk./16.9 Oz. Bottles
2 5 with Gold Card
Lesser Amounts $5.99 Each
LIQUID LAUNDRY DETERGENT 31-34 Oz.
WHEN YOU BUY ANY TWO with Gold Card
Lesser Amounts $2.99
BBQ SAUCE 18.6-21.4 Oz.
LUNCHEON MEAT 12 Oz.
2 5 for
WHEN YOU BUY ANY TWO
BUY ONE GET ONE
Hanover Purple Line Frozen
OREO COOKIES or COOKIE THINS 9-15.25 oz. or COOKIE OREO THIN BITES 6-6.4 oz.
SHREDDED or CHUNK CHEESE
on the Vine
TEA OR DRINKS
PASTA SAUCE 14.5-24 Oz.
3 $5 for
PAPER TOWELS 6 Big Rolls or BOUNTY TOWELS 2 Huge Rolls
JJUICE U C or LIGHT UIC ORANGE JUICE
DAIRY/ FFlorida's Natural FROZEN O ORANGE
white, yellow, or marble
SHRIMP SKEWER with 8 Medium Raw and Peeled Shrimp
John F. Martin Hatfield
Lb. VALUE PACK Lesser Amounts $2.29 Lb.
PORTERHOUSE or T-BONE STEAKS
BATH TISSUE 12 Giant Roll
E . Ea. WHEN YOU BUY ANY TWO with Gold Card Lesser Amounts $5.99 Each
CANADA DRY, 7 UP, A&W ROOT BEER or SUNKIST 2 Liter
5 $5 for
MAYONNAISE or WHIPPED DRESSING
POTATO CHIPS or TORTILLA CHIPS
9-13 Oz. BUY ONE GET ONE