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Manheim Central FEBRUARY 13, 2019





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Servant Stage will perform “A Million Dreams: Songs of Inspiration” at Zion Lutheran Church, 1905 Broad St., East Petersburg, on Saturday, Feb. 23, at 7 p.m. “A Million Dreams: Songs of Inspiration” features songs of faith, hope, and love. Admission is free, though a freewill offering will be received. For more information, readers may call 717-569-1359 or 717-455-0255. A full list of performances is available at

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Ghanaian President Nana AkufoAddo announced last September that 2019 would be the Year of Return, the start of a 15-year campaign to increase tourism and investment in the small West African country. Ghana was pivotal in the slave trade, and Akufo-Addo hopes to welcome people of African descent to the country that most likely played a role in their heritage. The loss of untold numbers of people to the slave trade and colonial rule has had a long-lasting impact on the people of Ghana. “Ghana is a part of the world where great need exists,” said Troy Pfoutz, administrative director of Ghana Initiative Mobile Medical Mission, which is based in Mount Joy. “Many people in this West African nation struggle to meet basic needs. Each day, many poor

and needy parents have to decide whether to prepare a single meal for their family or to pay the fees necessary to send their children to school.” To alleviate some of the impoverished Ghanaians’ physical needs and to lighten their spiritual burdens as well, Ghana Initiative has sent medical teams throughout the country for more than five years. The teams of Ghanaians and Americans provide much-needed health care at no cost while striving to share God’s love with everyone they meet. As reported in a recent ministry newsletter, UNICEF’s statistics show that malaria, an insect-borne disease, contributes to the death of approximately 20,000 children every year. During medical clinics in 2018, Ghana Initiative volunteers distributed insecticide-treated nets purchased from UNICEF to more than 1,000 homes in See Ghana Initiative pg 3

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

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

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At the end of each year, Lee Deremer, founder of LifeCycles, creates a presentation that shows each young man who

participates in the program how far he has ridden a bicycle by taking part in regular weekly and added challenge rides. “We hold an end-of-the-year celebration (with) an awards ceremony,” said Deremer. “I list all the boys who have participated by name on a map.” Deremer uses the map to create a See LifeCycles pg 4

During a recent clinic hosted by Ghana Initiative Mobile Medical Mission, biological scientist Daniel Senoo (right) collected blood from a young boy to check for malaria. An auction in Denver on Feb. 23 will raise funds for the organization.

Middle School Holds Spelling Bee Manheim Central Middle School students recently participated in a spelling bee. The top four students were seventh-grader Aaron Vogel, eighth-grader Kathryn Glover, seventh-grader Averie Kemberling, and seventh-grader Gavin Achen. The winner was Aaron Vogel. The top four spellers from the school-level contest will take a written test on Wednesday, Feb. 27, at Conestoga Valley. High performers on the written test may participate in the next

level of the spelling bee on Friday, March 22, also at Conestoga Valley. In addition to Aaron, Kathryn, Averie, and Gavin, the following students participated in Manheim Central Middle School’s spelling bee: sixth-graders Elisa Rankin, Isabel Mayfield, Kayden Dietrich, Lily Temple, Landon Cash, Kiana Zimmerman, Matthew Stephens, Quinn Hoover, and Avery Krell; seventh-graders Julie Lindberg, Katrina Alvarez-Green, Payton Wilkinson, See Spelling Bee pg 7

Manheim Central Middle School recently held a spelling bee, featuring students in sixth through eighth grades.


will offer noncompetitive 10K and 6K walks in Lititz on Saturday, Feb. 16. The start point will be St. James Catholic Church, 505 Woodcrest Ave., Lititz. The walks will go past Warwick High School, through Lititz Springs Park and down Main Street, where walkers can enjoy the ice sculptures and food available as part of the Lititz Fire and Ice Festival. Participants may start anytime between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. and must finish by 4 p.m. A cost for IVV credit has been set; participation is free for all others. For more information, readers may call David Barber at 717-626-6103 or visit

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In a twist of irony, Susquehanna Stage’s first production in its new, permanent space at the Marietta Center for the Arts, 133 W. Market St., Marietta, takes place in a rented room. “Plaza Suite,” a comedy by Neil Simon, features four couples in three acts, each during their time in Suite 719 at New York City’s Plaza Hotel. “The last 10 years we had been in a rented space,” said Susquehanna Stage artistic director Jim J ohnson. “We wanted our own space.” The play will be performed on the Gallery Stage of the new venue, which originally served as a house of worship. Marietta Center of the Arts, the umbrella organization under which Susquehanna Stage operates, purchased the building in August 2018. Guests attending “Plaza Suite” and the other five shows planned this year may park at the rear of the building and on the streets around it. Due to the age of the building, the facility is not handicapped-accessible. Folks with special needs are invited to contact the box office at 717-4261277 or tmoore@susquehanna, and the theater staff will make every effort to provide accommodations. “Plaza Suite” will open on Friday, Feb. 15, at 7:30 p.m. Additional evening performances will be offered at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 21; Friday, Feb. 22; and Saturdays, Feb. 16 and 23.

Matinees will begin at 2 p.m. on Sundays, Feb. 17 and 24. The theme of the production is couples and relationships, Johnson said. The three stories are connected only through the theme and the setting. There is a married couple whose anniversary celebration is interrupted by work and an attractive secretary; a Hollywood producer attempting to seduce his high school sweetheart, who makes the rendezvous while her three children are in school; and two parents reasoning with their daughter, who has locked herself in the restroom to avoid her groom and their wedding. “Every other response is a laugh line,” commented Joel Persing of Brogue, who plays the father of the bride. “It’s a very funny show. I’m partial to the third act,” he said with a laugh. “There are some tragic roles. The challenge is in making it funny,” noted Kyle Dunbar of Mount Joy. He is the only actor who will appear in all three scenes, with varying roles as bellhop, waiter, and groom. Dunbar is embracing that challenge, along with those associated with making a stage debut. His only previous interaction with theater was in taking a Fundamentals of Acting class as a freshman at Donegal High School. “I have learned something new every time (we rehearse),” Dunbar remarked. “I’m thankful for having an awesome director and cast.” The positive reputation of Susquehanna Stage is renowned

Susquehanna Stage will present Neil Simon’s comedic play “Plaza Suite” at the new Marietta Center for the Arts on two weekends this month. throughout the area, attracting audiences and actors from quite a distance. “We have hobbies that demand you go where you can get a part,” added Persing, whose commute from York County is more than a half-hour. Reading native Mikaela Krall, who plays the high school sweetheart, travels from Annville, where she is a student at Lebanon Valley College. Veteran actor Ron Nason makes the drive from Mechanicsburg to portray a workaholic husband. Like Persing


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and Krall, Nason is appearing with Susquehanna Stage for the first time. “I have seen productions here, and I recently retired, so I have more flexibility,” Nason said. “You go where the roles are.” “The community theater circuit in central Pennsylvania is tight,” said Niki Boyer Swatski of Marietta, who is the other half of the anniversary couple. “We borrow actors, as well as sets and costumes.” Other cast members who will appear in “Plaza Suite” are Chrissy Nickel, Wes Madara, and Georgie Reardon. Readers who would like to watch these folks in action may purchase tickets at index.php/box-office or at the door before each performance. Separate prices have been set for adults and students in orchestra and balcony seating. R029181

COBYS Family Services has slated a free program for kinship caregivers, who are those raising a relative’s child, such as a grandchild or a niece or nephew. The monthly educational discussion group with other kinship families will feature a different topic at each month’s session, as well as the sharing of practical community resources. Topics include Setting Boundaries, Healing From Anger, Emotional Wellness, and more. The program will be held at Community Place on Washington, 61 E. Washington St., Elizabethtown, on Tuesdays, Feb. 19, March 19, April 16, May 21, and June 18, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Child care will be available. To register, call COBYS Family Services at 717-435-8139. Updates will be posted at

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Kristen Graves will perform in concert on Sunday, Feb. 24, at 7 p.m. at Elizabethtown Church of the Brethren, 777 S. Mount Joy St., Elizabethtown. Graves is a folk-pop singer/ songwriter and humanitarian from Fairfield, Kristen Graves will perform on Sunday, Conn. She plays Feb. 24, at Elizabethtown Church nearly 200 shows of the Brethren. per year and has shared stages with Rusted Root, organizations whose work she Dar Williams, David Amram, admires. She has spent time livGuy Davis, Peter Yarrow, and ing and working with Simply the late Pete Seeger. She has Smiles in Mexico as well as on released six albums and two EPs. the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Her newest release is “Now Ain’t Reservation in South Dakota. Admission to the concert is the Time for Tears.” In addition to her touring by donation, with proceeds benand recording schedule, Graves efiting Church World Service’s also volunteers with humanitarian refugee resettlement efforts.

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the eastern region of Ghana in an effort to cut down on the prevalence of malaria. Volunteers also gave away tooth care kits and toothbrushes, books, crayons and other school supplies, soccer cleats, clothing, hair supplies, and knitted dolls. Prescription eyewear and sunglasses were distributed during eye clinics. Ghana Initiative has also begun to build a missionary training center near one of the towns it regularly serves. The venue will include a warehouse for supplies, a classroom, a dormitory, and a ministry office. The facility will be used to train Ghanaians and other West Africans to enter the missionary field or become pastors. To make all of this happen, Ghana Initiative relies on the support from individuals and businesses, and it also hosts an annual banquet and benefit auction. This year’s event will be held on Saturday, Feb. 23, at Weaver’s Banquet Facility, 2610 N. Reading Road, Denver. While banquet tickets are no longer available, the public is invited to attend the auction. Preview of the auction lots will open at 6:30 p.m., and the bidding will

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LifeCycles from pg 1 fictional trip for each boy. “From Lancaster to State College (equals) 160 miles of riding,” explained Deremer. “(Some boys) go as far as Fargo, North Dakota, or Miami,” Deremer is especially proud of one participant who is slated to eclipse 4,000 miles when the group starts holding regular rides again in the spring. “(That young man has) gone through Texas and Mexico to the border of Panama,” said a smiling Deremer. LifeCycles is a bicycle ministry associated with Community Fellowship Church and overseen by

Deremer and his wife, Marcie. The program mentors boys from the greater Lancaster area in a bicycle touring environment. All equipment is provided to the boys free of charge. Deremer said that he began LifeCycles in 2014 when he reached a point of frustration seeing young men “derailed” by their circumstances. “I could no longer stand on the sidelines,” said Deremer. “I had to see if I could bring some resources together and do something.” Deremer was specifically concerned about

boys between the ages of 12 and 18 who did not have a positive male role model in their lives. “It’s hard enough growing into an adult today,” said Deremer, adding that it is increasingly difficult without a mentor to provide guidance about how to get there. Deremer and his wife began to pray about how to proceed. “(We knew) if we did this we needed to step out in faith,” Deremer explained. “We needed to find people who shared the vision of mentoring boys in a God-honoring environment (to) give them the

opportunity to grow into the young men they were created to be.” In 2014, the couple took their vision to Community Fellowship Church in Lancaster, where they met with the pastors and director of community groups. “They were supportive and asked us to bring it to the mission group,” said Deremer, who also gathered friends who shared the vision to form a board and incorporate as a nonprofit organization. In May 2015, LifeCycles held its first ride. The organization now rides more than 50 times per year.

“We have now traveled more than 77,000 miles together,” noted Deremer. “That’s three times around the planet without injury.” From the middle of April until early September, the group meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays in outdoor locations in Columbia and Lancaster for about 90 minutes. “We have a welcome and a message, and we stretch,” said Deremer. “We ride about an hour and then we sit down for a hot meal.” All meals are donated by people who support the vision of LifeCycles. A New Holland branch of LifeCycles rides from Garden Spot Village on Wednesday evenings from April through November. Since the organization is now in its fifth year, some of the participants are now looking forward to getting a driver’s license, while others are in college or working in the local area. “All boys are working on the same issues,” noted

Deremer. “They are trying to figure out what it means to go from age 13 to young adulthood in a smart way. They have questions to work through, and we are thrilled to engage with them.” Deremer is especially excited about an upcoming fundraiser for LifeCycles. On Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 7 and 8, a number of experienced adult riders will take part in the Do Hard Things Challenge Ride, which will begin at the Pennsylvania and New York state line, near Elmira, N.Y. “ We will ride (through the night) from there to Williamsport and then all along the Susquehanna River to Wrightsville,” said Deremer, who ex plained that riders will raise funds through sponsorships. To inquire about volunteering, readers may email director@ or call 717586-2511. More information about LifeCycles may be found at



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The Pennsylvania Flute Choir will perform in the first concert of ZION Musik, a new series that will kick off on Feb. 24 at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Landisville. include, past performances have featured Mozart’s Divertimento in D Major (K. 136), “By Kells Waters,” “Dizzy Fingers,” “Salvation Is Created,” and “St Paul’s Suite.” All ZION Musik concerts will be open to the public free of charge. The program is supported by sponsorships and freewill offerings. “It is my hope that those in attendance will be blessed, uplifted,

inspired, and encouraged by the music,” Alfieri commented. “These concerts will provide a time for the listeners to escape from the hustle and bustle of their daily lives and come away feeling refreshed and renewed.” For more information about ZION Musik, readers may visit, email, or call the church office at 717-898-2911.

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Fruit Growers Plan Workshops The Backyard Fruit Growers will present Fruit Lover Winter Workshops on Saturday, Feb. 16, at the Lancaster Farm and Home Center, 1383 Arcadia Road, Lancaster. Sign-in will begin at 9:30 a.m. Workshops from 10 a.m. to noon will be “Planning an Apple Orchard,” “Pawpaws: America’s Forgotten Fruit,” “John Hershey’s Fruit Legacy” and “The Rest of the Story: Soil, Carbon, Water Climate and Agriculture.” There will be a lunch break from noon to 1 p.m. Empty bee tubes will be available during lunch. Afternoon workshops will include “Solitary Bees for the Garden” and “Apple Tree Pruning Basics.” A cost per workshop in advance has been set, with a higher cost at the door, space permitting. Registration is available at www.brownpaper or by emailing or calling Dano at 724-503-2954. For more information, readers may call Andrew Weidman at 717-813-1874 or visit

Dance Classes from pg 1 There is a cost for the four lessons. To register, readers may call Sandy Leyh at 717-653-1397. The group meets on Tuesdays from 7 to 9 p.m. at the train station. The Red Rose Scottish County Dancers will perform a demonstration in full Scottish regalia at the Rose and Shamrock Festival in Lancaster on Saturday, Feb. 16, from 4:30 to 5:15 p.m. Pictured on front: The Red

Rose Scottish Country Dance Society will offer a series of beginner classes on Tuesdays, Feb. 19 through March 12, at the Manheim Train Station.


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The Red Rose Scottish Country Dance Society will offer a series of Scottish country dancing beginner classes. The classes will take place from 7 to 8 p.m. on Tuesdays, Feb. 19 through March 12. All classes will be held at the Manheim Train Station, 210 S. Charlotte St., Manheim. Lessons will introduce students to the basics of Scottish dance: footwork, patterns, music, and customs. Beginners will be able to stay after class to observe the more experienced dancers enjoy the form of social dancing from Scotland.


“It is my desire to share my love of music with others,” said James Alfieri, newly appointed director of music and worship arts at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, 85 E. Brandt Blvd., Landisville. As such, Alfieri has created ZION Musik, a concert series that will kick off on Sunday, Feb. 24, at 4 p.m. with a performance by the Pennsylvania Flute Choir. “The goal and aim of the concert series stems from Martin Luther’s quote: ‘Next to the Word of God, music deserves the highest praise,’” Alfieri said, adding that “musik” is the German word for “music” and was used in the name of the series to reflect Luther’s German origins. “I feel that a concert series such as ZION Musik is a perfect way to complement the church’s music program, provide a community outreach, and present a wide variety of outstanding quality music to the Lancaster area,” he stated. Alfieri also noted that he wants to promote and highlight the talents of outstanding local musicians and inspire aspiring

instrumentalists. He is excited about welcoming the Pennsylvania Flute Choir to Zion. “I can imagine the lofty sounds of the flutes soaring to the heavens in the marvelous acoustics of our sanctuary,” Alfieri remarked. “I also hope those in attendance will learn something new about this unique instrument.” As its name suggests, the Pennsylvania Flute Choir is dedicated to the promotion and performance of the flute in all its ranges and iterations. It is an auditioned community group that was formed as a one-time recital group in 2002 by flutist Georgia Dimaano. The choir has since grown to be an active, professional ensemble with more than 20 members who hail from southeastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey. The group performs throughout the tri-state region and has appeared at regional flute fairs, society events, and conventions. The Pennsylvania Flute Choir has a wide variety of repertoire, including classical, jazz, sacred, and contemporary selections. Although Alfieri could not say what the Feb. 24 concert will

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Chamber Posts Events from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Lancaster Barnstormers’ stadium, 650 N. Prince St., Lancaster. The event will include time in the stadium game room and a behind-thescenes tour. Registration is due by Thursday, Feb. 14, by contacting Samantha Biastre at 717-358-9859 or SBiastre@ or the Chamber office at or 717-653-0773.

BECHTOLD, Lewis A., 87, of Columbia, died on Jan. 30 at Susquehanna Valley Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Columbia. Born in Lancaster, he was the son of the late Jonas W. and Anna Frances Lehman Bechtold and the husband of Jean E. Greenwood Bechtold and the late Bernice Oleana Bechtold, his first wife. Surviving in addition to his wife Jean are two daughters: Pamela, wife of Boyd Karr, and Denise, wife of Richard Westlake; a son, Lewis D., husband of Brenda Bechtold; three stepdaughters: Lucinda, wife of Larry Morrison; Jody, wife of Robert Humbert; and Kim, wife of Marty Hilt; a stepson, Gregory, husband of Christine Greenwood; three grandchildren; a greatgrandson; five stepgrandchildren; and three step-great-grandchildren. Arrangements were made by Workman Funeral Homes Inc., Mountville. GALEBACH, Dorothy C., 92, of Penryn, died on Feb. 2 at home. Born in Spring Garden, she was the daughter of the late Chester A. and Hilda Moore Clark. Surviving are her husband, Harold K. Galebach; three daughters: Glenda J. Galebach, Oklahoma City; Chanda L. Galebach, Manheim; and Jessica G. Roney, Williamsport, Md.; a daughter-in-law, Karen, wife of Mark Haldeman, Landisville; four grandsons; and a brother, Robert J. Clark, Gap. Arrangements were made by Buch Funeral Home, Manheim. HALBLEIB, Winifred A., 94, of Maytown, died on Jan. 24. She was the daughter of the late George Washington and Ruth Evetta Hoffman Detwiler and the wife of the late Frank T. Halbleib Sr. Surviving are four sons: Thomas, husband of Maxine Halbleib; John, husband of Stacy Halbleib;

Frank Halbleib Jr.; and Fred, husband of Cindy Halbleib; grandchildren; greatgrandchildren; and great-great-grandchildren. Arrangements were made by Boyer Funeral Home Inc., Elizabethtown. HERSHEY, Arlene G., 94, formerly of Manheim, died on Jan. 31 at Brethren Village, Lititz. Born in Penn Township, she was the daughter of the late Elmer and Lottie Graybill Hess and the wife of the late Nelson H. Hershey. Surviving are three daughters: Belinda K., wife of William Hess, Lititz; Rita A., wife of Mark C. Wagner, Brogue; and Sonda L., wife of Gary L. Haldeman, Manheim; seven grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; and two siblings: J. Wilbur, husband of Barbara Hess, Manheim, and Bernice, wife of Paul Groff, Lititz. Arrangements were made by Buch Funeral Home, Manheim. KIPP, Pauline G. Bender, 96, of Elizabethtown, died on Feb. 1 at home. Born in Rapho Township, she was the daughter of the late B. Roy and Mary G. Greider Bender and the wife of the late Earl A. Kipp. Surviving are three daughters: Shirley, wife of Timothy Byerly, Elizabethtown; Cindy Kipp, Elizabethtown; and Terry Moyer, Elizabethtown; six grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. Arrangements were made by Miller-Finkenbinder Funeral Home and Crematory, Elizabethtown. LACEK, Thomas P. Jr., 66, of Manheim, died on Feb. 1 at home. Born in White Haven, he was the son of Thomas P. Lacek Sr. of Tamaqua and the late Clara Koblish Lacek and the husband of Barbara Kester Lacek. Also surviving are three children: Tommy Lacek, Downingtown; Joe Lacek, Pittsburgh; and Rachel Lacek, Manheim; and three siblings: Tim Lacek, New Tripoli;

Mary Lou Lacek Alden, Tolland, Conn.; and Melissa Krechel, Fawn Grove. Arrangements were made by Buch Funeral Home, Manheim. MARTIN, Claudia H., 73, of Pleasant View Retirement Community, Manheim, died on Feb. 3 at home. Born in Johnstown, she was the daughter of the late Claude D. and Margaret Frye Helsel and the wife of the late Francis G. “Bud” Martin Jr. Surviving are a son, Benjamin J. Martin; a daughter, Sara E. Martin, wife of John Shaski, Albuquerque, N.M.; four grandchildren; and two sisters: Judy, wife of Philip Hoffmann, St. Charles, Mo., and Lisa, wife of Nevin Shenck, Etters. Arrangements were made by Workman Funeral Homes Inc., Mountville/Columbia. PLOWMAN, Oscar O. “Ozzy,” 61, of Manheim, died on Jan. 30 at home. Born in Columbia, he was the son of the late Cedric E. and Daisy E. Hayes Plowman. Surviving are his wife, Laurie Fornoff Plowman; two sons: Adam Plowman, York, and Ryan, husband of Sophia Cario Plowman, Savannah, Ga.; a grandson; and a brother, David Plowman, Lancaster. Arrangements were made by Spence Funeral Services Inc., Manheim. SWARR, Jean R., 93, of Elizabeth Manor Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center, Elizabethtown, died on Feb. 2 at home. Born in Columbia, she was the daughter of the late Frederick Young and Agnes Caswell Young Myers, the stepdaughter of the late John W. Myers, and the wife of the late Carl L. “Wok” Swarr. Surviving are a daughter, Stephanie Jean, wife of Roy “Sonny” Lightcap, Mount Joy; two stepgrandchildren; and five step-great-grandchildren. Arrangements were made by

Workman Funeral Homes Inc., Columbia/Mountville. WINTERS, Tyler A., 23, of Manheim, died on Feb. 2. Born in Lancaster, he was the son of Allen Winters and Kara, wife of Keith Edgell of Manheim. Surviving in addition to his parents are four siblings: Austin Johnson, Manheim; Ashlyn Metzler, Manheim; Allana Winters, Lititz; and Chloe Carson, Manheim; four stepbrothers; a paternal grandmother, Kelly Bracken, Manheim; and a maternal grandmother, Debra, wife of Dervin Miller, Millersville. Arrangements were made by Buch Funeral Home, Manheim. ZEAGER, G. Herbert, 87, of Elizabethtown, died on Feb. 3 at Bob Fryer and Family Inpatient Center of Hospice & Community Care, Mount Joy. Born in West Donegal Township, he was the son of the late Paul and Anna Landis Zeager. Surviving are his wife, Orpha I. Seiders Zeager; four children: John P., husband of Sara J. Hess Zeager, Rheems; Lois I., wife of Elvin M. Weaver, Elizabethtown; Daniel R., husband of Patricia A. Kintzer Zeager, Gardners; and J. Edward, husband of Yvonne R. Martin Zeager, Elizabethtown; 13 grandchildren; 39 great-grandchildren; and seven siblings: J. Frank Zeager, Lititz; Ethel M. Pannell, Harrisonburg, Va.; Arlene E., wife of Christian Becker, Elizabethtown; John A., husband of Rachel Zeager, Elizabethtown; Charles B., husband of Jan Zeager, Middletown; P. Thomas, husband of Helen Zeager, Hopeland; and Harvey D. Zeager, Golden, Colo. Arrangements were made by Spence Funeral Services Inc., Manheim.

LMS, Kraybill Announce Agreement After 12 years of recent shared ownership, Lancaster Mennonite School (LMS) and Kraybill Mennonite School have announced a new beginning. Both parties signed an agreement on Nov. 9, 2018, stating that Kraybill Mennonite School will become fully independent again beginning on Monday, July 1, 2019. Kraybill Mennonite and LMS have a 40-year history of working together, at points independently


and at other times jointly. Kraybill Mennonite School sought independent status in March 2018 after LMS shared the need to combine grade levels or close the campus due to decreased enrollment. The Kraybill community united in support of continued operation of the school and its mission. Desiring a Mennonite school in the Mount Joy area to continue, LMS agreed to another year

in partnership, culminating with fully independent status for Kraybill for the 2019-20 academic year. “Lancaster Mennonite is pleased to see the Kraybill community rally to ensure Mennonite education continues in Mount Joy,” said Pam Tieszen, LMS superintendent. “It is clear that the transition team is as dedicated as LMS to see our mission continue. It is only with renewed

community and family support that our schools are able to effectively (serve) students.” Kraybill Mennonite School continues to offer faith-integrated academic programs, and it has announced a decrease in its tuition rate, according to Kraybill school board chair Mark Graybill. He added, “Course offerings have been strengthened and changes have prompted a strong enrollment response.”

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Neal Receives Academic Honor Area ABC Chapter Posts Board News Melissa Neal, a marketing major from Manheim, earned a 4.0 grade point average during the fall 2018 semester at Coastal

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The Keystone Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) recently announced that Douglas M. Dvorchak, A.R.M., assistant vice president at Murray Securus, Lancaster, has been named 2019 chair of the board. Dvorchak has been with Murray Securus for 24 years, serving in his current position for the last 15 years. He earned a bachelor’s degree in public relations from Penn State University. Dvorchak has served on the ABC National Safety Committee (2002 to

2003), the ABC Keystone Safety Committee, and the ABC Keystone Construction Rodeo Committee. Elsewhere, Dvorchak has served on the St. Leo School board (2010 to 2014) and the North Museum board of directors (2008 to 2018). Currently, he resides in Lancaster with his family. A new addition to the 2019 executive committee, Steve Conway, Benchmark Construction Company Inc., Brownstown, will serve as secretary to the board.

He has been with Benchmark Construction for 17 years and has served as vice president of senior living for the past three years. Conway earned a bachelor’s degree in construction engineering technology from Montana State University. He currently lives in Elizabethtown with his family. ABC Keystone also welcomed several new additions to its leadership for 2019. They include Steven Kearns, vice president, James Craft and Son Inc., York

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The 26th annual Lancaster County Friends of the NRA fundraising banquet will take place on Saturday, Feb. 23, at Spooky Nook Sports, 2913 Spooky Nook Road, Manheim. Doors will open at 4 p.m., and an unlimited buffet will be served from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Proceeds from the event will go to the promotion of sporting and firearm education, hunter safety, range development and improvement, women’s firearm safety, and educational courses, as well as wildlife conservation efforts. Funds raised by this Friends of the NRA event are distributed by the NRA Foundation to fund local, state, and national grant programs. There is a fee for the dinner. Checks should be made payable to The NRA Foundation. For more information, including how to purchase tickets, readers may call Donna Gerz at 717-203-2592 or Paul Means Jr. at 717-354-7789.


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Women of all ages and preschool children are invited to attend Neighbors Sharing and Caring, a women’s ministry of Chiques Church of the Brethren, 4045 Sunnyside Road, Manheim, on Tuesday, Feb. 19, from 9 to 10:45 a.m. Bev Landis will present “Created in God’s Image.” She will reflect on how women can apply their knowledge of God’s character and attributes to their lives. Landis attends Calvary Church and has two married children. Classes will be provided Bev Landis for infants to prekindergartners. Readers may contact Veronica information, including a copy of at 717-626-7603 for more this year’s schedule.

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Lady Barons Hold Off Spartans, 47-45 By Eric G. Stark

The Manheim Central girls’ basketball team held on for a 47-45 victory against Garden Spot on Monday, Feb. 4. Leading by 11 points, 36-25, after three quarters, the Barons let Garden Spot cut the lead to two points (38-36) with 3:05 to play, but the Barons hit free throws and pulled out the win. For the first three quarters Manheim was patient on offense, moved the ball and Kassidy Michael (4 points, 7 assists) found Paige Snyder (six points) on the low block for easy baskets. The Barons passed the ball well, gaining 11 assists. They also hit the boards, grabbing 20 rebounds. Manheim led 36-20 with 2:10 left in the third after Snyder scored inside off a pass from Laura Good. Snyder missed her first attempt, but got the rebound and put back. The Spartans scored the last five points of the third and the first five points of the fourth during a 14-2 run. Central had six turnovers in the fourth quarter. During a timeout, Central Coach Amanda Burns told her troops to relax. Her pep talk:

“Don’t feel like you have to protect the lead, but that’s when I think the inexperience of not knowing, can I shoot, can I not shoot comes into play. It was mainly forcing passes into the middle and getting set up and valuing possessions.” Manheim showed great hustle in the closing minutes and made free throws. Michael was 4-for-4 from the line. Rachel Nolt, who led the Barons with 15 points and eight rebounds, was 1-for-3 from the charity stripe. Laura Good, who was 5-for-10 from the foul line, added 10 points and played strong defense. Playing the next night on tired legs, Manheim lost to Cocalico 45-39. Good led all scorers with 15 points. Summer Bates added six points. Burns said it was a great defensive game by both teams. The score was tied at 13 at halftime and tied at 27 after the third. “The fourth quarter we let them have too many opportunities at the foul line,” Burns said. “They went 10-for-14 from the line in the fourth. Laura Good had a great game for us. She was able to get to the rim and finish.”

The Barons ended the season with a 60-8 rout Saturday, Feb. 7 against Octorara. Manheim had 20 assists, despite playing without Kassidy Michael, who leads the team in assists. Burns said the key was moving the ball, finding the open player and working for the best opportunity. Run the offense and stay patient, she said. Good paced the Barons with 17 points and Nolt added 13. BOYS’ BASKETBALL The Barons lost their last three games last week to end their season. The three teams that beat Manheim Central - Garden Spot, Cocalico, and Northern York - all qualified for the playoffs. Against Garden Spot on Monday, Feb. 4 the Barons came back from a 12-point deficit and had a chance to win at the end but came up short in a 42-28 setback. “Chase Marquette (team-high 14 points) and Cam Sell (10 points) were very good offensively,” head coach Charlie Fisher said, “and Evan Hosler, Cam Eberly, and Carson Brenize were

great defensively.” Josh Young (five points) hit a huge three to give the Barons a chance late in the game. Against Cocalico on Tuesday, Feb. 5 the Barons “had the score to one possession late and just didn’t get it done”, Fisher said in a 51-43 loss. “Colton Book, team-high 14 points, was awesome in the losing effort,” Fisher said. Sell added 11 points and Brenize and Drew Mummau each netted six points. On Thursday, Feb. 7, Manheim was winning in the fourth quarter against Northern York, but ran out of gas in a 50-42 loss. “Mummau was great, but it was a total team effort to be able to be in a game late against a team that ended the regular season with a 20-2 record,” said Fisher. Trailing 21-16 at halftime, Manheim shot lights out in the third quarter, outscoring Northern York 20-14 in the third to take a 36-35 lead after three quarters. Sell had a team-high 13 points, including two 3-pointers. Mummau

chipped in 11 points and three treys. Brenize added nine points and two triples. Marquette, a key contributor for the Barons, did not play the last two games, Fisher said. SWIMMING Manheim’s Olivia Faulhaber finished the season on a high note, posting her best time (27.03) in the 50 freestyle in her biggest contest the Lancaster-Lebanon League meet. The talented freshman also notched her best time of the season in the 100 free with a 100.86. Earlier in the week, she won the 50 free (28.05) in the Barons’ last meet of season, a 119-43 loss to Elizabethtown on Monday, Feb. 4. Ashley Hartzler, the lone senior on the girls’ swim team, had a strong meet against the Bears, posting her

best time in the 100 breaststroke (1:24.66) and placing second in the 50 free (29.51). Back to the league meet, Manheim did not place any swimmers, but gained some valuable experience. Girls that swam the 200 medley (2:15.56) and 200 free (1:58.56) relays included Faulhaber, Hartzler, Kaylin Jury, Mckayla Miller and Ellie Fittery. Miller also swam the 100 backstroke (1:18.82). On the boys’ side, Manheim suffered a 127-39 loss to Elizabethtown. Depth is an issue for the Barons and no Manheim swimmer placed. Coach Heather Fittery singled out swimmers that performed well in the L-L League meet. Josh Varner, Bryce Fawber, Luke Weaver and Nathan Shearn competed

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Josh Varner was Manheim’s lone swimmer in the 100 butterfly in last Monday’s Section Two meet at E-town.

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Summer Bates handles the ball for the Barons during their 47-45 Section Three win over Garden Spot last Monday in New Holland.

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MERCHANDISER - Manheim Central Edition but not as well as Manheim Township, which shot the highest score - 994 since the league began using air rifles in 2001. Ironically, Manheim shot a 994 in practice the day before the league tourney, but registered a 986 with eight centers Saturday, Feb. 9, finishing in fourth place in the eight-team tourney. “I’m very pleased with our score,” head coach Steve Waddington said. “I can’t complain. We had three freshmen and three juniors compete in league tournament and the three juniors shot 198.” Hunter Winters, Gage McCabe and Brandon Groff all shot 198. “Gage came to me after he shot and said, ‘I think I might be either a 200 or a 198, but I think it’s 200,” Waddington said. “He didn’t get it by a hair’s width. He missed the dot in the center, off the edge of the center.” McCabe finished 15th on the bottom of the 198 scores. There were eight shooters that posted 198 scores. Hunter Shoop finished eighth with a 198, three centers and Groff was right behind him in ninth place at 198, two centers. Photo by Bob Diller Freshman Anna Haldeman placed Ethan Harner swims the 200 freestyle for the Barons during their 16th with a 197, three centers. Section Two meet with E-town last Monday at Elizabethtown Fellow freshman Ellie McCabe shot in the 200 medley relay (2:01) and 200 free relay (1:46.9). Varner swam the 50 free (26.09) and Shearn swam a 6:22.15 in the 500 free. One swimmer that contributed this season is Mason Nissley, a senior, swimming this year for the first time on the high school team, after previously swimming for Fittery when he was in elementary school. “He has done very well,” she said. “He swam for me back when he was 12 years old for the Manheim summer team.”

The future looks bright. The girls only had one senior and the boys two. Both the girls and boys teams won meets for the first time since 2015. “The swimmers had a great season with improved times and both winning a meet,” Fittery said in a text. “We don’t have the ideal pool practice time, but the swimmers worked hard and should be proud of their personal accomplishments. I am proud of them!” RIFLE The Barons shot well in the Lancaster-Lebanon League Tournament,


well with a 195. She had a 99 on her first target and was doing well on the second target but struggled on four of her last five shots. Waddington thought nerves might have been a factor. Freshman Kami Groff shot a 193. “The tourney was a learning experience. She was not used to shooting two targets,” said Waddington. “Shooters shot one target during the season. She was running out of time so she rushed her shots at the end.” Manheim finished fourth in the tourney and fourth in the regular season standings. The Barons had the highest regular season shooting average at 496.1 Manheim Township, which won the regular season, had a 495.5 average. The 496.1 is the same average Central had last year when it won regular season title. “It is a great average to have, but the way certain matches fell we didn’t get the average on the right days,” Waddington said. Take last week for example. Central shot 499 on both Monday and Tuesday - one point away from perfection, in two wins, beating Wilson 499491 and Conestoga Valley 499-494. But then they lost 497-494 to Elizabethtown Thursday. Gage McCabe, Shoop, Haldeman and Kami Groff all shot 100s and



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Brandon Groff registered a 99 against Wilson. Gage McCabe, Brandon Groff, Shoop and Ellie McCabe each notched 100s against Conestoga Valley. Andrew Cunrod was close to perfection at 99. In the loss to E-town, Brandon Groff shot a 100, while Shoop and Haldeman each had 99 and Ellie McCabe and Kami Groff had 98. Waddington said Manheim should be in good shape next year, with sophomore Olivia Stone and the rest of the team consisting of juniors and freshmen. Lexie Kohler is the lone senior. She averaged 97.29 and had a 100 in a match. Brandon Groff was fourth in Lancaster-Lebanon League All-Stars with a 99.42 average for the season. Shoop was 12th, just missing the all-star team (top 10 shooters make the team). He had a 98.83 average. Ellie McCabe had a 98.75 average for the season. WRESTLING They got the family back together one more time, as Manheim held on for a 35-34 triumph against Governor Mifflin Wednesday, Feb. 6. “It was good for the team to come together as family one last time,” Barons’ coach Billy Chamberlain said. “It is always nice to go out with a win

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to end the season.” Tyler Dougherty, at 285 pounds, was tied 1-1 before getting caught in a move getting pinned with 30 seconds remaining in the bout, but his opponent is ranked third in the district and was a state qualifier last year. “It just shows he can hang with anyone in the district,” Chamberlain said. “He is a fighter and you can see the hard work he’s put in coming to fruition.” Josiah Lutz got things started for the Barons, winning the first match of the night on a pin where he caught his opponent in an arm bar. “He set the tone for us against Donegal and Governor Mifflin,” Chamberlain said. “He’s definitely coming on. He’s a senior making the most of his first year starting.” Chamberlain also noted the effort by Uriah Warner at 106 in the last bout of the night. Warner lost on a major decision, 11-2, but if he gets pinned Manheim loses he match. Twice Warner was on his back and twice Warner held it off. Both Cade and Conner Zeamer gained wins, as did Logan Hess and Clay Bedi. Chamberlain said Keegan McCord (182) wrestled well in a fall at 1:25.



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Noted Painter To Present Lecture Millersville University’s Department of Art and Design will welcome Amy Sherald, painter of Michelle Obama’s official portrait, to campus as its Conrad Nelson Fellow. The lecture will take place on Tuesday, Feb. 19, at 7 p.m. at the Winter Visual and Performing Arts Center, 60 W. Cottage Ave., Millersville. The event is free and open to the public, but tickets are required. For tickets and information, readers may visit or call 717871-7600. Tickets are also available in person at the Ware Center box office, 42 N. Prince St., Lancaster, and at the Student Memorial Center, Room 103, on the Millersville University campus.

Eller Earns Recognition Kayla Eller of Manheim was one of nine Wilkes University students inducted as associate members into the Theta Delta Chapter of the Beta Beta Beta national biological honor society during an induction ceremony held during the fall 2017 semester. Associate members are sophomores and juniors who have completed fewer than 16 biology credits with at least a 3.25 GPA and a 3.0 overall GPA.

Neal Earns College Degree Melissa Neal of Manheim participated in a commencement ceremony at Coastal Carolina University on Dec. 14. The ceremony was held in the HTC Student Recreation and Convocation Center. Barbara Blain-Bellamy, mayor of Conway, S.C., was the speaker. Neal, a marketing major, earned a Bachelor of Science in business administration.


Ritchey Named To Dean’s List Allison Ritchey of Manheim was named to the dean’s list at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn., for the fall 2018 semester. Eligibility is based on a minimum course load of 12 hours and a quality grade point average of 3.5, with no grade below a C.

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Presidents Day Event Planned On Monday, Feb. 18, Lancast- Wacker Brewing Company, 417 W. James Buchanan, and his 1856 Buchanan enthusiast, Stephanie Buchanan’s campaign music. Local Townrow, will share historical tid- musicians will perform music erHistory will hold a Presidents Grant St., Lancaster. The event presidential campaign. Day History Happy Hour Event at will focus on the 15th president, LancasterHistory’s resident bits and lead an exploration of from his campaign, including several folksy Buchanan campaign songs. The event will begin at 5:30 p.m. Musicians will perform from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., and Townrow’s talk will begin at about 6 p.m. Attendees can purchase tickets for a set price in advance or for a


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higher price at the door, subject to availability and space constraints. Parking is available in Wacker’s lot, and overflow parking will be available in the Groff Funeral Home lot, 528 W. Orange St., subject to availability. For more information and to purchase advance tickets, readers may visit w w w. l a n c a s t e r h i s t o r y . o r g / history-happy-hour.

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COMMUNITY BIBLE CHURCH: Welcomes you! 331 Anderson Ferry Rd (off Rt. 441 on Rt. 772), PO Box 180, Marietta, PA 17547 717-426-1345 Sun 9am & 10:45am. Worship & ministries for all ages; Wed 7pm. AWANA Clubs children’s ministry, Youth (Jr. & Sr. High), & Adult Life Grps (throughout the week). Nursery provided for most services. We welcome you to Love God, Love Others, & Reach Out with us!

HOSANNA! A FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIANS 29 Green Acre Rd., Lititz, PA 17543. Website: Sunday services @ 9:00am & 11:00am (with Nursery, Children’s Church & Youth classes during both services). Youth activities are held on Wed. (Jr. High) & Sun. (Sr. High) nights. Small groups meet @ various locations @ various times. Disabled accessible. For more info. Call church office 717-626-2560

EAST FAIRVIEW CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN: 1187 Fairview Rd (corner of Hossler a& Fairview Rds) Manheim. Vibrant, Christ-centered Worship in a family atmosphere on Sundays at 9am followed by Sunday School from 10:30-11:15am(nursery available for both). Ignite on Wednesdays (Oct thru March) at 5:45pm includes dinner and activities for all ages. Come join us! Vist online at

GRACE CHURCH: 501 W. Lincoln Ave., Lititz, PA 17543. Join us for worship Sunday mornings at 9 & 10:30 a.m.! We are a contemporary church that welcomes people of all ages, races, and stages of life. Our common thread is the belief that Jesus Christ provides the answers to all of life’s perplexing questions. Great programs for children, students, young adults, men, women and those “north of 55”. Visit or call (717) 6262155 for more information. You can like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter and Instagram.

JERUSALEM CHURCH (INDEPENDENT): 1620 Newport Rd., Manheim: Pastor: Jonathan Shirk; Sunday School: 9am – 10am; Worship:10:15am. LEFC - LANCASTER EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH: 419 Pierson Road, Lititz. Sunday Services at 9:00 and 10:50 a.m. Encounter God through contemporary worship as we explore the Bible together. All are welcome! Our children’s, youth and adult ministries are all about one thing: making disciples of Jesus Christ who impact our community and the world for God’s glory. 717-626-5332. More info: or visit us on Facebook MANHEIM GRACE BRETHREN CHURCH: 333 E. High Street, Manheim, 717665-2334. Rev. Jeffrey L. Dunkle, Pastor. Sundays at 9:30am, Bible Fellowship classes, 10:35am Worship Service, Children’s Ministry, 6pm Youth Group . Wednesdays - Awana Children’s Club, 6:45pm. Small groups meet throughout the week. Handicap accessible. Website:

MANHEIM BIC CHURCH: We invite you to join us as we seek to initiate & nurture a growing relationship with Christ. 54 N. Penryn Rd. Sunday worship: 9:00 & 10:30am. We also offer classes & gatherings for all ages throughout the wk. For full class schedules & additional info,, Call 717-6652133. Lead Pastor Brian Thomas MOUNT JOY CHURCH OF GOD: 30 East Main Street, Mount Joy PA 17552. 717-653-4695. Senior Pastor Ted Ewing, Ph.D. Join us for exciting worship and our new Spring Series on Understanding Philippians. Sunday Morning Service at 9 am, Sunday School for all ages at 10:30 am. Youth Group meets every Sunday evening from 6:30-8:30 pm in the Youth Room. All messages are available online at NEWPORT CHURCH: 656 W. Newport Road, Elm, We are a vibrant family- oriented contemporary church that meets for Sunday “celebration” service at 9:30 a.m. and throughout the week in home groups, including junior-high and senior-high groups. Children love our Kids Town ministry every Sunday morning! Our mission is to share God’s Love generously and lead people to new life in Jesus. For info. or directions, see our Website or call 717664-2635. Senior pastor/elder: Allen Dise. RUHL’S UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: A growing church committed to Christ. Worship on Sunday morning at 8 am for a traditional feel. Sunday School for all ages at 9:15 am., 10:30 am. Worship led by praise band. (Nursery available. Handicap accessible.) For more information, please call 717-665-3400 or visit Located at 4810 Elizabethtown Rd, Manheim. SALEM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: 140 North Penn Street, Manheim, PA Sunday Traditional Service at 9:00am Sunday School for all ages at 10:00am Sunday Contemporary Service 10:45am — 717-665-2331

ST. PAUL’S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN: Located at 1258 Newport Road, Penryn. Phone: (717) 665-6093. Sunday worship at 9:15 a.m. Vicar Angela Hammer. TRINITY UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST: 2340 State St., East Petersburg. Rev. Dr. Christopher Rankin, Pastor. Sunday Schedule:7:45 a.m. Service of the Word with Holy Communion, 9 a.m. Sunday School for all ages, 10 a.m. Coffee fellowship, and 10:30 a.m. Service of the Word with children’s sermon every Sunday and Holy Communion twice a month. Nursery care is available. Handicapped & Hearing Accessible. Phone: (717) 569-1632 or visit our website at “Catch the Vision, Share the Joy!” WAYSIDE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: 600 Stony Battery Rd., Landisville (between QVC & Hempfield H.S.). Rev. Dr. Stephen P. Fritz, Pastor. Sunday Schedule: Traditional Service w/choir at 9:30 am& Contemporary Service w/band at 11 am. Nursery available at both services.. For more info, call or go online. / (717) 898-1551. WHITE OAK CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN: 1211 N. Penryn Rd, Manheim, PA. You are invited to our Sunday services Sunday School for all ages at 8:45am; Worship at 9:45am; scheduled evening services at 7:15pm and Wednesday evening Bible Study at 7:15pm. (1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month.) ZION EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH/ EAST PETERSBURG: 1905 Broad Street, East Petersburg. Rev. James Tanner, Interim Pastor. Sunday Worship service at 10:30 a.m. Nursery care provided during service. Sunday School for all ages at 9 a.m. Ample parking and handicapped accessible. For more information, call (717) 569-1359 or email Website

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

LOCATION: Enck's Banquet Center 1461 Lancaster Rd., (Rte. 72) Manheim, PA 17545 • Abner Zook 1993 3-Diarama Haying Painting • Aaron Zook 3-Diarama Circular Bird Painting • Hattie K. Brunner Winter Snow Scene Paintings • 20th Century Redware Pottery • Stoneware • Toys • Cast Iron • Brass & Copper Metalwares • China • Primitives • Pewter & Tinware • Contemporary Wood Carvings • Fox Hunt & Other Prints • Artwork • Country • Primitive • Mid-Century • Furniture For Photos, Full Listing, Terms See Website: 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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GRACE COMMUNITY FELLOWSHIP CHURCH OF MANHEIM: 1483 N. Colebrook Rd., Manheim. Come as you are. ALL are welcome! SUNDAYS: Bible Connection Classes for all ages at 9:30am & Worship Service at 10:30am. Children’s Church & Nursery Care provided. Join us on the second Sunday of each month for a Fellowship Meal following the service. For info, please visit or call 717-665-7222.


THURS., MARCH 21, 2019 • 6:00 P.M. LOCATION: 954 North Colebrook Road, Manheim, PA 17545 Rapho Township, Lancaster County GREAT 1.5 ACRE M/L RURAL COUNTRY PROPERTY WITH A PANORAMIC VIEW, EXCELLENT LOCATION, MINUTES TO ROUTE 283, ROUTE 72, & PA TURNPIKE, OUTSTANDING 2.5 STORY BRICK FOUR (4) BEDROOMS, 1.5 BATHS, WITH DETACHED 1.5 STORY THREE (3) BAY BLOCK AND FRAME GARAGE/SHOP/BARN. Exceptionally Clean & Maintained Property! Move-In Ready Condition! Manheim Central School District, Modern Oak Thirty (30) Handle Built-In Kitchen Cabinets, Built-In Corner Cabinet, Plus Many Other Amenities, "Highly Motivated Seller - Seller Is Relocating" Open House Dates: Sats., March 2 & 9, 12:00 Noon-2:00 P.M. Realtor/Broker Participation Offered. For Photos, Full Listing, Terms, Details, See Website: Auction For: Rhoda D. & Willard L. Eberly 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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CHIQUES UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: 1215 E. Main St., Mount Joy. Pastor Mike Byrd. Traditional Worship 9am, Coffeehouse Service 10:30am, Sunday School offered at 9am & 10:30am for all ages, Kidz Club 10:45am. Nursery provided at both services. Youth Group and Elderberries (Seniors group), handicapped accessible. Visit our website: or call the church office for more info, 717-653-5175.









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Museum Slates Fundraiser Event The Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, 300 Gap Road, Strasburg, will host its fourth annual Rails and Ales event on Saturday, April 6, among the historic trains in the museum’s Rolling Stock Hall. The event is open to adults only. Tickets are limited. Several

ticket options are available by visiting Proceeds from the event will benefit Friends of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. For more information on the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, readers may visit or call 717-687-8628.



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Block #1 @ 12:00 noon Un-cataloged items to include antiques and collectibles. Block #2 @ 1:30 pm Box lots & household items. Block #1 @ 3:00 pm Cataloged items to include a 3D Art by Abner Zook a 28” x 49” Blacksmith scene -- 3D Art by Aaron Zook a 36” x 60” covered bridge scene -- 3D Art by Aaron Zook a 22” x 36” The Village Blacksmith scene -- 3D Art by Aaron Zook 13” octagon village scene -- 3D Art by Aaron Zook a 10 1/2” wooden bowl -- Carousel horse mounted on Oak rocker runners and other cataloged antique and collectible items. Block #1 @ 5:00 pm Un-cataloged Furniture and furniture type items. Block #3 @ 5:00 pm Cataloged Jewelry, Coins & Currency. Highlights to include 1822cc morgan dollar, 1928-S peace dollar, 1907 U.S. $5.00 note, 1914 Federal Reserve 10.00 note, 1895 2 1/2 dollar quarter eagle and much more. Auctioneer note: This auction includes multiple consignors and estates and includes a great variety of items. This will be the biggest antique sale we’ve had for awhile. Online bidding is available on all the cataloged items.

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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.

1YR OLD POMSKY Male For Sale , Black & White. Very Nice Markings. Needs good home. $500 obo. Call 717-945-3297

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ONLINE Submit your ad to us at

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

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First Citizens Community Bank, a Forbes #1 bank, is seeking a full-time and a part-time WITH BENEFITS Universal Associate (Teller/New Accounts) to join the team in our Mount Joy Office. Hours will be approximately 38-40 hours per week (full-time) or 28-30 hours per week (part-time).

DONEGAL SCHOOL DISTRICT We are seeking applications for a

FULL-TIME CUSTODIAN/COURIER for our facilities department. Details about the position, application and instructions to apply are available online at

Preferred skills/experience:

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Complete an application in any of our offices or mail/email a resume to:

First Citizens Community Bank Attn: Human Resources 15 S. Main Street Mansfield, PA 16933 R031174

Deadline for applications is February 21, 2019. EOE


select Employment, HR Documents and at Donegal School District, 1051 Koser Rd., Mount Joy, PA 17552








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Competitive benefits pkg: Medical, Vacation and PTO, Holidays, Profit Sharing, 401(K), Life Ins.



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

WEDNESDAYS, 1PM-4PM 3055 Yellow Goose Road Lancaster, PA 17601 or apply online at

Please apply in person. 1245 Eagle’s Way, P.O. Box 288, East Earl, PA 17519

Manheim Area Water & Sewer Authority



is a Water and Wastewater Authority that offers stable leadership and growth, views employees as valuable resources, and rewards success with competitive pay and benefits.


Water/Wastewater Laborer

Ideal candidates will have a strong background in precast concrete production, general construction, carpentry, and / or heavy manufacturing environments, etc. Must be willing to work overtime hours and have reliable transportation.

We are seeking a self-motivated full-time Water and Wastewater Laborer to join our team in Manheim, PA and become an integral part of our team. The successful candidate will provide support activities for the operations and maintenance of water and wastewater treatment and distribution/collection facilities.

These full-time, hourly positions offer competitive wages, full health & dental benefits, paid vacation & holidays and more! Qualified applicants are encouraged to APPLY IN-PERSON 42 South Butler Road | Lebanon, PA 17046 Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 3:00pm Or download our application at (email completed application to

Responsibilities: The position includes activities supporting the daily operation and maintenance of a wastewater plant operation, drinking water plant operation, system maintenance and repairs.

Qualifications: This position requires basic mechanical knowledge with an emphasis in plumbing. The ability to lift and carry 60 pounds and work under inclement weather conditions are necessary. Candidates must possess reliable transportation and live within 30 minutes of our facilities. Strong safety awareness and a good record and understanding of safe work practices are essential.


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Please e-mail resume and letter of interest to

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DONEGAL SCHOOL DISTRICT We are seeking applications for a


DO YOU WANT to make a difference in someone’s life? Firstlight Home Care is growing and looking for qualified Caregivers or CNA’s to join the team. Call 717-755-7400 for details!!

PART-TIME CLASSROOM ASSISTANT Details about the position, application and instructions to apply available online at

1051 Koser Rd., Mount Joy, PA 17552

Deadline for applications is February 21, 2019. EOE


select Employment, HR Documents, or apply at Donegal School District,

Looking For A New Job? Try The Classifieds!

General DRIVER/WORKER NEEDED for vinyl siding crew, immediate opening, valid drivers license required, TRUMARK BUILDERS. CALL 717-419-0610


Drivers needed to escort over sized loads, local or long distance, must be 21+ & supply own vehicle. Seniors welcome to apply. Call Sunshine Flag Car Service, 717-534-1213, 8am-5pm, M-F

FT CUSTODIANS 2nd shift Openings at Various Locations


Applications are being accepted online at Any questions may be directed to


Gus's Keystone Family Restaurant NOW HIRING

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

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

LINE COOK Great pay!

1050 W. Main St., Mount Joy **NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE** HIRING: PRESSURE WASHING TECHS Full Time • Valid License • CLEAN Driving Record • TEACHABLE • HONEST • NOT intimidated by HARD WORK! Training: 13/Hr - Lead:18/Hr PAID HOLIDAYS CALL:717-809-4141

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

General is currently seeking individuals for CDL Class A Truck Driving Positions. Job includes deliveries and pick-ups in PA, MD, DEL, VA and NJ. Home every night. Job offers 40+ hrs/wk. Must be dependable. This is a full-time position with full benefits. Apply in person: Kirby Agri 500 Running Pump Rd., Lancaster PA LOOKING FOR PART-TIME WORK? We are in need of a Shuttle Driver to join our team at Jones Dealerships. If you enjoy driving & meeting people, this is the job for you! Our shuttle drivers drop off/pick up customers who may not want to wait at the dealership while their vehicles are being serviced. The position would be during the week from MondayFriday and usually covering a combination of four shifts per week of either 7:30 AM-12:00 PM or 12:00 PM-5:00 PM. An excellent driving record is required. Contact Deb at if interested.


Fax #717-626-9425 E-mail:




$40,000 - $70,000 Average Annual Income

We are looking for an experienced, highly motivated and goal-oriented


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

Competitive Benefit Packages Includes - Medical / Dental / Vision - Paid Vacation and Holidays - Stable Years-Round Work - Out-Of-Town Work Benefits


Pre-Employment Drug Screening Required* Phone: 717-528-8939 Rebel’s Construction, Inc. Equal Opportunity Employer

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

Apply online at

Willingness To Travel If Needed R030725

Apply Online:

Engle Printing & Publishing Co., Inc.

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FT/PT: MARIETTA DAIRY FARM. Milking & cattle care positions available. Experience preferred. 717-587-2943


for a reputable residential construction company. Competitive wages, paid holidays, uniforms, retirement package and other benefits offered. Looking for employees that are self-motivated with a good attitude. Applicants may contact T&D Excavating & Paving at 717-665-6776 x104 or TEEN CENTRAL MANHEIM, a Christian organization, seeks an Executive Director. For complete job posting see our website: Apply by February 25. Start in March, 2019. TEEN CENTRAL MANHEIM, a Christian organization, seeks a Kitchen Coordinator. For complete job posting see our website: Apply by February 25. Start in April, 2019.

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

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

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


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

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RWPM - 717-399-0100

For Rent


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ITEMS WANTED 10K, 14K, 18K, STERLING. Platinum, estate jewelry, diamonds & coins. (Damaged & Scrap Gold). Single pieces or entire estates

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Paying very competitive prices.

AM JEWELRY, INC, 50 S. Broad St., Lititz; 717-627-3197 AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS $$ PAYING CASH $$ for Classic & Collector Cars. 717-577-8206

Millersville 40 Manor Ave. 3BR semi-detached...........................$995 Lancaster Twp. 151 Riverside Ave. 4BR Semi-detached.................$1150 Millersville 104 Manor Ave. 3BR Semi-detached, garage...........$1095 Columbia 130 N 4th 1BR..........$675 Columbia 130 N 4th 2BR..........$825 Manheim Twp. 689 Royal View Dr. 3BR 2.BA, 1 car gar Twhse......$1595 East Petersburg 6040 Pine St. Semi-detached 3BR 1.5BA 1 car garage across from park..........$995 Manheim 101 S Charlotte 2BR.$725 Marietta 589 E. Market 2BR......$825 Also Great Houses & Apartments Available in Lancaster City


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

For Sale

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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



$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.

1 & 2 BR LUXURY APTS! Millersville, Mountville, Manheim 717-393-3666,

STUMP GRINDING 717-291-6898 Lester E. Probst. Free Estimates JUST STUMPS. Quality Workmanship.

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)

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