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St. Peter United Church of Christ, 1920 Ridge Road (Route 23), Knauertown, will hold a community dinner on Friday, Aug. 30, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. The public is invited to enjoy food and fellowship. The church holds the dinners on the last Friday of each month. Next month’s dinner will take place on Sept. 27. A freewill offering will be received. For more information, readers may call 610-469-9690 or visit www.stpeterucc.org. NATURE TRAIL HIKE

Members of the Berks Community Strollers will hike the nature trails at Bondsville Mill Park in East Brandywine Township on Saturday, Aug. 24. The public is welcome to participate. The group will meet at 9:30 a.m. at the park, where there will be parking available. For GPS users, the park’s address is 1641 Bondsville Road, Downingtown. Contact Linda, the hike leader, at 610-913-0284. More information about the park is available at www.facebook.com/bondsvillemillpark. SUMMER CONCERTS

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

Morgantown Church Building Becomes The Red Door Open House Set For Aug. 24 By Francine Fulton

College Students To Present Children’s Play By Francine Fulton

After standing vacant for several years, the former Morgantown United Methodist Church (UMC) on Main Street in Morgantown has been renovated and revitalized and is now home to two art-related businesses, the New Beginnings Congregation and a theater group. Space is also available in the building for those wishing to promote nonprofit causes and events. The public is invited to view the newly opened building, known as The Red Door, during an open house on Saturday, Aug. 24, from 4 to 7 p.m. Snacks will be provided, and there will be children’s activities, including face painting offered by Morgantown Arts & Holistic Health Center, which is located in the building. There will also be an appearance by See Open House pg 7

Cherish Dukeman (left photo) will be collecting and distributing children’s books during an open house on Aug. 24 at The Red Door (right photo), which formerly operated as Morgantown United Methodist Church. The building is now home to two businesses, a theater group and the New Beginnings Congregation, with additional space available for nonprofits and businesses.

DogsHome Rescue Seeks Foster Homes By Francine Fulton

Volunteers with DogsHome believe that a rescued dog waiting to be permanently adopted should be able to stay with a loving foster family until its forever home is found. The Chester County-based organization is currently in need of local

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

individuals and families willing to serve as fosters so that even more dogs in need can be rescued. DogsHome will pay for all food, veterinary care and anything else the dog might need while it is in foster care, including toys, treats, a leash and more. “Fostering with us is totally free. All you have to give is love,” said Carin Ford, DogsHome president. Prospective fosters are invited to complete an application at www.DogsHome PA.org and then take part in a home visit. “We arrange a time for a home meeting to see what your lifestyle is and what would work. We want to meet you and talk to you and meet the other pets, (adults) or children in the home to give See DogsHome pg 8

Rover, who was once a stray, is currently available for adoption from DogsHome. He is shown with Jen Teti, a volunteer with the rescue organization.

The Morgantown Arts & Holistic Center and The Red Door in Morgantown will host a free theater program at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 17, featuring the original play “Frontier Tales,” an interactive children’s show about famous people of the American frontier. Following the show, there will be a craft activity from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. A small fee will be charged for the craft project. Children must be accompanied by their parents during both activities. The performance, which will take place in The Red Door building at 3002 W. Main St., Morgantown, is being spearheaded by local college students Lionel McCulloch of Morgantown and Rachel Wilkin of Glenmoore, See Children’s Play pg 5

Music Fest To Benefit Honey Brook Food Pantry By Francine Fulton

The fifth annual Music Fest, an evening of music to benefit the Honey Brook Food Pantry (HBFP), will take place on Saturday, Aug. 24, from 4 to 10 p.m. at the Honeybrook Golf Club, 1422 Cambridge Road, Honey Brook.

Featured performers will include local country western recording artist Sam Schmidthuber, who will perform from 4 to 5 p.m.; Rosewood, which will perform folk, rock and blues from 5 to 6:15 p.m.; and The 74/75 Band, which will perform for the first time at Music Fest from 6:15 to 8 p.m. The 74/75 See Music Fest pg 2

Among the performers at Music Fest, to be held on Aug. 24 at the Honeybrook Golf Club, will be country music singer Sam Schmidthuber (left photo) and Rosewood (right photo). Proceeds from the event will benefit the Honey Brook Food Pantry.

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Pantry director Ken Ross explained that the Garden for Life program is tailored for children and their families. “There are at least 30 kids who have their own plants at their homes,” said Ross. “They are given the pot, the soil, the plant, the fertilizer and the instructions.” Also, supplemental food boxes are provided in June, July and The fifth annual Music Fest on Aug. 24 at August to close to 300 the Honeybrook Golf Club will benefit the children in need who are children’s programs offered by the Honey not in school to receive Brook Food Pantry, including the Garden lunch. During the school for Life program that provides children year, backpacks filled with vegetable plants they can take home with food are distributto grow fresh produce. ed to children at area schools, who take them pantry has registered more than home on Fridays so that they 1,300 families, serving more than have a food supply to last 12,000 pounds of food to 700 to through the weekend. “Right 800 people per month. now, that (program serves) 80 Additionally, since many of the kids,” Ross noted. pantry’s clients have disabilities The HBFP is located at the or are elderly, pantry volunteers Good Food Distribution Center, make approximately 30 home 5064 Horseshoe Pike, Honey food deliveries per month. The Brook. Two distributions are pantry is always in need of volunheld each month - on the second teers, including people to help Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 1 carry the food supplies to clients’ p.m. and on the fourth Wednes- vehicles. “These volunteers must day from 4 to 6:30 p.m. be able to lift 40 pounds a fair disIn the pantry’s most recent tance,” said Ross. “We also need newsletter, Ross reported that the people who have pickup trucks and can pick up and deliver. We do have some donors who are MORGANTOWN - HONEY BROOK retailers, and we only have a very small crew with pickup trucks. “Cash donations are also needed so we can buy - at significant Published By discounts - the things that don’t get donated because of logistics, Engle Printing & Publishing Co., Inc. including dairy, produce and PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS meat,” he added. For more information about the pantry, readers may visit www.honeybrookfoodpantry.org The Community Courier reserves the right to reject any advertisement. or search for “Honey Brook Food Alcoholic beverage advertising not accepted. Pantry” on Facebook. For up-toThe Community Courier assumes no financial responsibility for any date information about food distritypographical errors in advertisements but will reprint that portion of an ad in which error occurs. butions, readers may call 610-273Display Advertising Deadline 6102. Those interested in volunSubmit camera teering, donating food or conductNoon Thursday ready ads at: Display Ad Customer Service ing a food drive are asked to conengleonline.com tact Ross at KRoss1414@aol.com. 717-492-2530

blues and current rock. The evening will conclude at 10 p.m. following a set by featured group Larry Roney and Friends, which will perform rock. The ticket price includes a picnic burger or hot dog with fixings and a beverage, as well as access to the concert stage area. Attendees are asked to bring lawn chairs for seating. Tickets may be purchased in advance at the golf club. Tickets will also be sold at the gate while supplies last. Proceeds, including ticket sales, monetary donations and sponsorships, will be earmarked for the many children’s programs provided by the HBFP. The pantry offers vision testing for children through age 11 provided by the Honey Brook Lions Club and a supplemental food program specifically for children up to age 3. Healthy cooking demonstrations take place at each food distribution to support parents and caregivers in learning how to prepare healthy snacks and meals for children. The pantry also offers the Garden for Life program, which has expanded to more than 50 families that are growing their own produce this summer. A community garden was also added in the Honey Brook Borough Park this

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Farmers Market Celebrates 25 Years State Sen. Andy Dinniman, who serves on the Senate Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee, recently visited the West Chester Growers Market (WCGM) in honor of its 25th anniversary. The market opened in July 1995 and has continued to operate seasonably at the same location - the corner of North Church and West Chestnut streets. In fact, four of the 10 farming families that helped launch the market 25 years ago continue to operate and participate today. These families are the Stoltzfuses, Fahnestocks, Kerschners, and Hausers. Paul Hauser, who is credited as a driving force behind the establishment of the WCGM, said that the market has succeeded due to optimism, hard work, and hope. The WCGM is open on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. from See Farmers Market pg 5

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While youths with special needs look forward to High 5 Soccer offered in the spring and fall by the Glenmoore Eagle Youth Association (GEYA), the volunteer buddies who are paired with the players also benefit from the program. “High 5 has changed my life in ways I could not even begin to explain,” stated volunteer buddy Natalie Cherna in an essay titled “What High 5 Means to Me.” “The players who come to High 5 are the bravest, strongest, most amazing children I have ever met. Each one has taught me to be a better person in their own special way,” she continued. High 5 Soccer, which allows youths with disabilities to enjoy the game of soccer at no cost, is in need of additional volunteer buddies for the upcoming season. The fall season of High 5 Soccer will be held on Sundays, Sept. 8 through Nov. 3, from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. at Fellowship Field No. 1, 241 Fellowship Road, Chester Springs. As part of the program, players (in red T-shirts), who range in age from 5 to 18, are paired with volunteer buddies (in blue T-shirts), who are predominately local high school and middle school students. Buddies may use the hours for their graduation project or community service hour requirements. College students and adults may also be buddies, but those age 18 and up must submit a background check. Buddies are asked to participate in one training session before each season. This year’s training will take place on Thursday Sept. 5, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Field pavilion During the High 5 sessions, players and buddies do not actually play a full game of soccer. Rather, they take part in a series of soccer-related games, such as maneuvering a soccer ball through a series of cones and playing “Red Light, Green Light,”

during which they stop and go while kicking a soccer ball across the playing field. High 5 also includes “Buddy Bowling,” where the buddies act as human bowling pins that the players knock down with a giant soccer ball. Each session culminates in a High 5 tunnel in which the buddies form a tunnel and high-five the players as they run through. Each player also receives juice and a snack. High 5 Soccer is led by coach Matt Wagner and his wife, Jenn Wagner, with help from other volunteer coaches. High 5 Soccer began in September 2012 and is based on U.S. Youth Soccer’s TOPSoccer (The Outreach Program for Soccer) model, a community-based training and team placement program for young athletes with disabilities. “We are the first TOPSoccer league in Chester County and one of the largest in southeastern Pennsylvania,” Jenn said, noting that High 5 Soccer was the idea of the GEYA Soccer board, whose members took part in TOPSoccer training. “Bill La Torre was the director for a few seasons, then asked Matt to take over. Our nephew George has autism and was the reason we got involved. “ Buddies are eligible to win a

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Matt Wagner (back, standing) coaches the High 5 Soccer program, which allows youths with disabilities to enjoy the game of soccer with the help of volunteer buddies.

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Located on a former 18th-century farmstead, the Berks County Heritage Center in Reading is a historical complex that interprets important eras of Berks County’s cultural and transportation history. The heritage center has two on-site museums, the Gruber Wagon Works and the C. Howard Hiester Canal Center. As part of the Third Saturdays program offered by the Berks County Parks and Recreation Department, admission to both museums is free on the third Saturday of every month from May through October. The next scheduled event will take place on Saturday, Aug. 17. The canal center will offer selfguided tours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Attendees will learn how

canals were used before railroads carried travelers and goods. Canals were dug by men who used picks, shovels and wheelbarrows to create a system of “water highways” that aided America’s Industrial Revolution. Visitors to the C. Howard Hiester Canal Center will learn about the Union Canal and Schuylkill Navigation System, including what everyday life was like for canal workers, operators and their families. They will also learn how the canals were built and how they worked. A film and museum orientation will be shown at the canal center every half hour. Also on display will be one of the largest collections of original canal-era materials in the county, including a toll col-

lection booth from a locktender’s shanty, a tugboat pilot house that children can walk through and the houseboat “Mildred,” used by its owners to travel the Schuylkill Canal between Reading and Philadelphia. At the Gruber Wagon Works, guided tours will be offered from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tours will depart from the Reeser Farm House. Visitors will learn about the history and evolution of local transportation at the wagon works, where members of the Gruber family built wagons for farm, commercial and industrial use through the 1950s. The Wagon Works, a national historic landmark, was restored to represent the year 1915 and is home to nearly 19,000 original artifacts. Other attractions will also be open on Aug. 17 at the Berks County Heritage Center. Visitors may take a self-guided tour of the center’s Salad and Herb Garden, which features the typical types of plants and gardening skills brought to America by the early European settlers; Melcher’s Grist Mill, a rare and complete example of a water-powered, multipurpose farm mill; Wertz’s “Red” Bridge; and the Deppen Cemetery. Also open to

the public are the Bicentennial Eagle Memorial and Fraternal Order of Police Memorial. Children may get their Junior Tour Guide button after completing an activity guide. Visitors are also invited to take their photos with the distelfink, the stylized bird that appears frequently on Pennsylvania Dutch or German art. The Berks County Heritage Center is open from May 1 through the last Sunday in October on Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Sundays from noon to 5 p.m. Tours are available daily; the last tour leaves one hour before closing. For more information, readers may call 610-374-8839, visit www.countyofberks.com/parks or search for “Berks County Parks and Recreation Department” on Facebook. The Berks County Heritage Center is located at 1102 Red Bridge Road, Reading. Pictured on front: The Gruber Wagon Works (left photo) and the C. Howard Hiester Canal Center (right photo), located in the Berks County Heritage Center in Reading, will be open to the public free of charge on Aug. 17.

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model for numerous markets that have spawned in many communities throughout the region. Today, Chester County is home to 10 farmers or growers’ markets located in West Chester, Downingtown, Eagleview, East Goshen, Kennett Square, Malvern, New Garden, Oxford, and Phoenixville. For a complete listing of the farmers and growers’ markets and other sources of local farm products, readers may visit www.chesco.org /1124/Find-Local-Farm -Products and click on View Local Farm Products Guide. Dinniman reminds senior citizens that they

State Sen. Andy Dinniman (left) recently visited with Keith Fahnestock of Fahnestock’s Fruit Farm. Keith is a member of one of the four families that have been operating at the West Chester Growers Market since it opened 25 years ago.

Local college students Lionel McCulloch (left) of Morgantown, Rachel Wilkin (right) of Glenmoore and Autumn Phillips (not pictured) of Honey Brook will present “Frontier Tales� on Aug. 17 at The Red Door in Morgantown. The free children’s show will be followed by a craft activity. There will be no charge to attend the play, but donations will be accepted to fund performing arts scholarships. Attendees are also invited to donate gently used children’s books as part of the “Cherish’s Books of Love� program. The books will be distributed to children who attend The Red Door’s open house on Saturday, Aug. 24, from 4 to 7 p.m. may be eligible to receive homegrown fruits and vegetables from local farmers markets completely free of charge. The Pennsylvania Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program provides senior citizens with checks that can be used at participating farmers markets and roadside stands throughout southeastern Pennsylvania. Eligible seniors must be at least 60 years old and have an annual income of less than $23,107 for a single individual and $31,284 for married couples. The Pennsylvania Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program operates in all 67 counties and at more than 1,000 markets and farm stands.

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who both attend West Chester University, along with Autumn Phillips of Honey Brook, who attends the Franciscan University of Steubenville in Steubenville, Ohio. Last summer, Lionel was recognized for his teen challenge program at Steel River Playhouse (SRP) in Pottstown, where he spearheaded a five-day performance challenge to his friends, including Rachel and Autumn, which culminated in a fully staged production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.� The project raised more than $2,000 for local students in need to attend theater classes at SRP and for the theater’s outreach programs. In addition to directing, Lionel appeared in the play as Snoopy. The performance in Morgantown is part of the second annual teen challenge. In addition to working together last summer at the Vagabond Performing Arts Academy at SRP, the college students were part of the Vagabond Acting Troupe (VAT), founded by Lionel’s mother, Aileen McCulloch. “Used to doing theater together in the summer, the college students hoped to do a project together before they head off to college at the end of the month.

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Community Calendar and may enjoy coffee, tea, and/or breakfast. The community is invited to participate. TOPS Meeting TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), a nonprofit weight loss support group, will meet on Tuesday, Aug. 20, from 8:45 to 10 a.m. at The Torch Community Center, located in the Clock Tower Plaza in Morgantown. For more information, call Sally at 610-286-6748. Guests may attend one meeting without joining. All are welcome. Support Group Green Hills Manor at The Heritage, the personal and memory care community on the campus of The Heritage of Green Hills, will host its monthly support group for caregivers of individuals suffering from dementia, as well as other debilitating diseases. The caregiver support group will take place on Wednesday, Aug. 21, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Held in conjunction with the Delaware Valley Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, the session is free and open to the public. The support group will be conducted by trained Alzheimer’s Association facilitators and held

at Green Hills Manor, which is located at 10 Tranquility Lane, Shillington, just off Morgantown Road/Route 10 across from the Flying Hills Golf Course. For more information, contact Melissa Oley at 484-755-3228 or moley@heritagegh.com. Lunch And Learn A Lunch and Learn program will be offered on Thursday, Aug. 22, at 11 a.m. at the Bingaman Nature Center, located at 2843 Hill Road, Reading. Attendees, who should bring their own lunches, will learn the history of Antietam Lake Park through a PowerPoint presentation. This program is being presented by the Berks County Parks and Recreation Department. For more information, call 610-3748839 or visit www.county ofberks.com/parks. Retirement Seminar Honey Brook Community Library, 687 Compass Road (Route 10), Honey Brook, will present a retirement seminar on Thursday, Aug. 22, at 6 p.m. Helpers will be available to answer questions about how to plan for retirement. Registration is required. To register or for more information, readers may call the library at 610-273-3303 or email Jennifer Spade, library director, at jspade@ccls.org. EWC Water Walk The Elverson Walking Club (EWC) will hold its annual afternoon water walk on Sunday, Aug. 25, at Warwick County Park, Knauertown. Community members are invited to attend. The group will meet at 1:30 p.m. at the park’s main parking area. Attendees will take part in a 3mile hike around the park, crossing two streams that will require hikers to be prepared to wade across them. The first crossing is usually a shallow crossing but the second, fording French

Creek, will be deeper. Participants should bring water shoes, a hiking stick, a snack and a beverage. Pets will be welcome. For more information, contact hike leader Clyde Godschall at 610-913-0284 or at 610-413-6281 on the day of the event. For GPS users, the park’s address is 251 County Park Road, Pottstown. Clothing Closet The Anchored by Grace mobile clothing closet, which offers free clothing and accessories to people in need, will be stationed in the parking lot at the Twin Valley Food Pantry, located at Conestoga Mennonite Church, 2779 Main St., Morgantown, from 5 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 27. In addition, Anchored by Grace will present a back-toschool event at Morgantown Community Church, 4221 Main St., Elverson, on Saturday, Aug. 24, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Each visiting student will receive a book bag with school supplies and toiletries. The students must be present to receive a book bag. For more information or to donate clothing or school supplies, email contact@AnchoredBy Grace.net or call 484-525-0803. More information is also available at www.AnchoredbyGrace.net. “Flying Fur” Screening LaMancha Animal Rescue and Flying Fur Rescue will present an outdoor screening of the documentary “Flying Fur” on Saturday, Aug. 31, at 8 p.m. at the Waynebrook Inn, routes 322 and 10, Honey Brook. Flying Fur pilot Paul Steklenski and Woody, stars of the film, will be in attendance. Ticket sales will be split between both rescues. Additional donations will be accepted for the rescues. Tickets will be available at the door. For more information, visit www.path88productions.com/fly ing-fur-screenings-calendar.

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meeting is open to guests for a nominal fee. For more information, visit www.calicocutters.com. NAMI Meeting The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Chester County will meet on Thursday, Aug. 15, at 7 p.m. at the Recovery Center, 825 Paoli Pike, West Chester. Attendees will view a film “God Knows Where I Am,” a documentary about Linda Bishop, a well-educated New Hampshire mother, who suffered from severe bi-polar disorder with psychosis. The film poses many provocative questions, including the civil liberties of the mentally ill. A full description of the film is available at www.namichestercounty.org. Admission is free, and all are welcome to attend. For more information, visit the website or email namichesco@comcast.net. Breakfast With The Bible Alan Lindsay, senior warden of the Church of Saint Mary at Calvary in Elverson, will host Breakfast With the Bible on Friday, Aug. 16, at 8:30 a.m. at the Morgantown Coffee House, 4997 N. Twin Valley Road, Elverson. Attendees should bring a Bible

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Nursing Executive from pg 5 Geisinger’s most medically complex patients. She has held various senior leadership roles, including serving as chief administrative officer at Geisinger Health Plan, where she oversaw the delivery of health services to members, providers and the community. Tomcavage earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Bloomsburg State University and her master’s degree in nursing from Misericordia University. She has coauthored numerous publications on patient-centered primary care, diabetes, disease management and the expanded role of nursing in health care. Tomcavage was the first Geisinger nurse to receive the Pennsylvania Nightingale Award for clinical excellence in an advanced nursing role. She is an active member in several professional societies and has served in various leadership roles in the American Nurse Association, the American College of Healthcare Executives and the Alliance of Community Health Plans. Geisinger serves more than 1.5 million patients in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. For more information, readers may visit www.geisinger.org or connect with the organization on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter.

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Open House from pg 1 Wacky Patti, who will make balloon animals. Children who visit the open house can donate or receive children’s books that are being collected by Cherish Dukeman, 4, as part of the “Cherish’s Books of Love� program. Also represented at the event will be Embody Grace, which will detail the health benefits of qigong, an exercise program; Cleverly deSigns Pottery, a paintyour-own-pottery studio located in the building; Young Living Essential Oils; and New Beginnings Congregation, which meets for Sunday worship at 10 a.m. Morgantown UMC, which was established in 1832, dedicated the present church building in 1878. An addition was built in 1958. “The Morgantown United Methodist congregation (met) for 185 years before it closed in 2016 and combined with Elverson United Methodist Church,� explained The Red Door spokesperson Brenda Hadden, who is also co-owner of the pottery studio. “The building was then used by pastor Merle Stoltzfus, who has a congregation here called New Beginnings. “We have now become known as The Red Door due to the fact

that we were a UMC church for many years in town and have six red doors welcoming people in,� she added. Hadden’s mother was a congregation member of Morgantown UMC and also was the director of the food pantry, which operated out of the church basement. The food pantry eventually relocated to Conestoga United Methodist Church in Morgantown, which established the Twin Valley Food Pantry in 1994. The former food pantry offices are now home to the Morgantown Arts & Holistic Center, which offers art classes, reiki and massage. Mushy Pea LLC bought the building in 2018 with the goal of

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10-10.5 Oz.

Shredded Cheese

Del Grosso

Diced Tomatoes

Hash Brown Patties

Vegetables

Keller’s

8 Oz.

Salmon Cakes

FROZEN/DAIRY

Turkey Hill

(Does Not Include All Natural)

Yoder’s

12-16 Oz.

SSpaghetti Sauce

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Claw Crab Meat

Canned or Microwave Pasta

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Diced Tomatoes

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the message “Kindness.” “There were pews in the church and (the owner) sold a few of them, but they were 13 feet long, so they didn’t sell well,” Hadden noted. “Eventually, she gave them to the art studio to sell off (with proceeds to be used) to offer free children’s craft days.” Hadden noted that nonprofit groups may use the space for monthly meetings or programs such as English as a Second Language or exercise classes. “(The owner) wants the building to be open a lot and people coming in to do things to help the community and to keep people busy,” she said. “She wants to have a balance of renters and people using it for free with causes. She is blessed and wants to give back to the community.” The Red Door is located at 3002 W. Main St., Morgantown. For more information readers may call 484-516-1215 or visit www.facebook.com/thereddoor morgantown.


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Historic Home Tour Planned The 2019 Chester County Day will take place on Saturday, Oct. 5, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event is the longest-running historic home tour in the country and offers an opportunity to enjoy history, architecture, and interior design. A project of the 126-year-old Women’s Auxiliary to Chester County Hospital, the annual event has raised more than $5 million for the hospital, including $135,000 in 2018. Proceeds from the 2019 tour will benefit the Women’s Auxiliary’s “Heart to Heart” pledge, which will provide funding for the expansion of the arrhythmia treatment program at Chester County Hospital. The event includes a tour of homes and public structures/historic sites in the southeast quadrant, including Westtown, Glen Mills, Willistown, Malvern, and Berwyn. Chester County Day will begin with a fox hunt at Radnor Hunt in Malvern, complete with hounds, horses, and horns, and will set off at 9 a.m. Guests can begin their tour of this year’s selected properties at 10 a.m. VIP ticketholders will have an exclusive tour of an 1830 Georgian manor house on seven acres, with many special features, including a pool house, a machine shop, a barn, tennis courts and a clock tower. This house was recently restored and is only open to VIP ticketholders. A boxed lunch can be preordered from Arianna’s Gourmet Café and will be available for pickup at one of two lunch stops on the tour route or at the fox hunt until 11 a.m. Details for ordering lunch are in the Chester County Day newspaper or at www.chestercountyday.com. Two ticket options are available: a regular ticket and a VIP ticket. The VIP package includes an invitation to the preview party on Sunday, Sept. 22, as well as a gourmet boxed lunch provided by Montesano Brothers Italian Market and Catering at an exclusive house tour open only to VIP ticket holders. For more information or tickets, readers may call 610-4315054 or visit the website above.

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


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GriefShare from pg 1 Those who are dealing with the death of a loved one are invited to attend the GriefShare support group, which is being offered at Gateway Church, 160 Cowan Road, Parkesburg. Meetings, which began on Aug. 6, will be held every Tuesday through Oct. 29 from 7 to 9 p.m. in The Venue, a meeting room in the church building. GriefShare is a nondenominational group that features biblical teaching on grief and recovery topics. “The program is designed for (people) 15 years or older. If a child who is 14 years or younger wants to attend, they must attend with a parent or a guardian,” explained co-facilitator Barbara Ranck. “We do get teenagers, senior citizens and all ages in between. We don’t have all the generations represented each time, but we have had them throughout the years.” Barbara is a co-facilitator of

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the group along with her parents, Paul and Twila Ranck, who have offered the GriefShare support group in the Parkesburg area since 2002. Each GriefShare session begins with introductions and refreshments, including hot tea and coffee. Attendees then watch a video that features real-life stories of people who have experienced loss. “The group will then discuss the video together,” said Barbara. “They will talk about what they found helpful, the challenges they are navigating and how the video spoke to what they are dealing with.” People can attend GriefShare at any time because each meeting is self-contained; participants do not have to attend in sequence. Barbara noted that some people repeat the entire course or just the sessions that deal with a particular topic. Session topics include “Why?” and “Challenges of Grief,” along with “The Journey of Grief,” “Guilt and Anger”

and “Heaven.” “They are all very good,” said Barbara when asked which sessions seem to be popular with attendees. “‘Why?’ is one that people often walk away from the most impacted. ‘Guilt and Anger’ is impactful, too.” Barbara pointed out that at times, friendship groups have formed that continue outside of GriefShare. “Just this past session, there was a group that exchanged phone numbers, and they meet monthly,” she said. “During the 13 weeks you make friends that you keep. Strangers become friends, and you stay in contact.” Since it is common for people to have difficulty taking the step to attend their first session, Barbara recommends that they bring a friend or family member. “Oftentimes we do notice that people come with friends. Occasionally, those friends will continue the 13 weeks. But for most, after a

couple of weeks in, they don’t have to attend on regular basis anymore,” she pointed out. “They will continue to be supportive to their grieving friend, but sometimes individuals are empowered and feeling secure enough to come on their own.” In the addition to the weekly GriefShare sessions, “Surviving the Holidays” will be presented on Tuesday, Nov. 5, from 7 to 9 p.m. For more information about the GriefShare session at Gateway Church or to register, readers may call 610-857-0720, visit www.griefshare.org/groups/9977 7 or email Griefshare@gateway onechurch.com. More information about the GriefShare program is available at www.griefshare.org. Pictured on front: Paul (left)

and Twila Ranck (right) and their daughter, Barbara (not pictured), are the facilitators of the GriefShare group that meets on Tuesdays at Gateway Church in Parkesburg.

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By Francine Fulton

August 14, 2019 - 11

Shoe Drive Benefits Social Enterprise Program Carlisle, 236 pairs. The offices in Camp Hill, Chambersburg, Dillsburg, Greencastle, Hershey, Lebanon, New Bloomfield and Waynesboro also contributed to the success of the shoe collection. Shoes donated to the Soles4Souls micro-enterprise program offer the opportunity for people all over the world to create small businesses selling shoes and clothing. This is a sustainable way for those without a traditional job or training to lift themselves and their families out of poverty. For more information about Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, readers may visit www.ColdwellBankerHomes.com.

Staff members at the Wyomissing office of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage displayed some of the shoes they collected for Soles4Souls. The shoe drive yielded a total of 2,327 pairs of new and gently used shoes collected throughout central Pennsylvania.

PUBLIC AUCTION LAWN & GARDEN EQUIPMENT,

PUBLIC AUCTION 2 BR A-FRAME HOUSE WITH DETACHED 2 CAR GARAGE ON 2.82 ACRES & PERSONAL PROPERTY

ANTIQUES, 1984 CAMARO Z28, PERSONAL PROPERTY

CHURCHTOWN/MORGANTOWN AREA

AND 2 BR A-FRAME HOUSE w/DETACHED 2-CAR GARAGE ON 2.82 ACRES

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

CHURCHTOWN/MORGANTOWN AREA

REAL ESTATE @ 11 AM

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

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

REAL ESTATE AT 11 A.M.

HorningFarmAgency.com

HorningFarmAgency.com

610-286-5183

610-286-5183

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

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

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

AUCTIONEERS • REALTORS • APPRAISERS

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


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General BANGOR EPISCOPAL-FOUNDED 1722. 4 mi. W of Morgantown on Rt. 23 in Churchtown. Sunday Holy Eucharist at 10am. All are welcome. Handicap accessible. Parking lot adjacent to the church off Water Street. For additional info., www.bangorepiscopal.org BRICK LANE COMMUNITY CHURCH: Summer Sunday worship service 9:30 am. Nursery available and Children’s Worship offered for children PreK-3rd grade during the sermon. Adult Classes meet after worship. Our church is located at 52 S. Brick Lane, behind the Summerfield Community in Elverson, and is wheelchair accessible. 610-286-6790.

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

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

FT COOK 10:00am-6:30pm. $12/hr. Love to Cook? Love Seniors? DRIVER for Skilled Nursing. Must be a Cert. Nursing Asst. Scheduled “as needed” $14.00/hr.

FAIRVIEW EVANGELICAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH- 800 Fairview Road, Glenmoore, PA (intersection of Fairview & Little Conestoga Rds.) Welcome Tim Latham- our new Shepherd of Fairview. Join us for the most important hour of your week! Sunday School for all ages at 9:15am; Worship Service at 10:30am. Nursery provided. Christian Education, Bible Studies, Music Ministry, Women’s Ministry, Small groups... and much more! As growing disciples, we continue to Worship, Connect, Know and Serve God. For more info, find us online at www.FairviewEPC.org or call the office at 610-942-2640

FT HOUSEKEEPING 8:00am-4:30pm. $10/ hr. Great Benefits FT KITCHEN/ DINING HELP Great family business! Great company benefits! Love culinary? Love seniors? 10:30 am - 7:00pm Starts $10/hour PT MED TECH/RA 4:00-8:00 pm; M-F No Weekends $12.00/hr. plus shift diff.

Valuable Real Estate

PUBLIC AUCTION

HELP WANTED

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

3 Bdrm • 1-1/2 Bath • 2 Car Oversized Detached Garage • Personal Property, Antiques & Furniture

General

Saturday, August 17, 2019 at 9:00 A.M. Located at: 6380 Division Hwy (Route 322), Narvon PA 17555 (Village of Beartown) Eastern Lancaster County School District Real Estate: House dates to 1858, 2 story stone & log 2,031 SF, w/fully REAL ESTATE insulated attic, metal roof, macadam drive & parking. Move-in condition. 12:00 Stone Summer Kitchen w/original Noon walk-in stone FP w/mantel & gas logs, skylights, vaulted ceiling, 2 exit doors. 1st floor laundry & ½ bath. Custom Cherry kitchen (Homestead Kitchens), Frigidaire refrigerator & gas stove, dining area w/built in closet & large bay window. LR has original FP & mantel. 2nd floor – 3 bdrms w/built-in closets, full bath, hallway hardwood flooring, insulated replacement windows, partially finished concrete basement w/ outside entrance, oil forced air heat, gas hot water heater. Property has beautiful backyard, mature shade trees & landscaping, includes Gazebo, 2 small Koi ponds w/water stream meticulously maintained. Large. 2 bay garage w/shop area & unfinished 2nd floor w/outside deck, stairs & sliding doors. 2 horse barn and several other out-buildings. OPEN HOUSE: By Appointment, Contact Paul Z. Martin, Jr., office number 717.354.6671. Note: Auction begins at 9 AM w/household goods, antiques & furniture. Real Estate at 12PM - possibly everything sold before Real Estate. Owners downsizing & serious to sell. A “must see” property. Ideally located on Rt.322, minutes East of Blue Ball & West of Honey Brook w/easy access to Rt. 23 & Rt. 10, New Holland, Morgantown, PA Turnpike, Downingtown & Lancaster. Terms: 10% down payment day of sale, settlement date on or before October 16, 2019.

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

DRIVER/WORKER NEEDED for our growing business. Experience not necessary, competitive wages. Call 610-241-6879

EAGLE WOLFINGTON LEASING Now Hiring School Bus Drivers, Chester Springs & Phoenixville Locations. P/T Hours. Immediate Openings, Competitve Pay. Bring Your Child to Work! Sign on bonus $2,000 call for details Starting Pay $18.00- $20.75/hr Please Contact Us 610-321-6608 applicant@wolfington.com

General FT & PT MED TECHS 2p-10p & 10p-6a PT DRIVER/ACTIVITIES ASSISTANT FT & PT COOKS FT & PT DIETARY SERVERS Great Benefits: Paid Holidays, Sick & Vacation Days for FT and PT Associates. Free meals while working. Going the Extra mile awards monthly Apply in person to:

3180 Horseshoe Pike, Honey Brook, PA 19344

www.zerberetirementcommunity.com EOE

FULL-TIME EXPERIENCED TOW Truck Driver. Call 484-786-8056

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

Before you go to those GARAGE SALES - Check out the Classifieds!

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Auctioneers: Paul Z. Martin, Jr., Roger Spencer martinauctioneers@frontiernet.net

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

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

Sale For & Terms by: Paul M. & Toni Burkholder Attorney: Good & Harris New Holland PA 12 N. Railroad Avenue • P.O. Box 99 • New Holland, PA 17557 PA-AY-000144L Phone: (717) 354-6671 • www.martinauctioneers.com

General

Great Benefits: PTO, 401(k), Medical, Dental, Vision, Aflac, Life Ins., Attendance Award & FREE Coffee Come in and fill-in application at 2499 Zerbe Road, Narvon, PA 17555 or go online at:

IN THE CLASSIFIED SECTION!

Welcome Home Come join our family. We have positions available for responsible, dedicated LPNs, RNs, and CNAs.

Sleepers & Daycabs

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

Selling Absolute!

Reefer/Van Trailers

Dumps

Const Equip

Selling Absolute!

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

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Selling Absolute!


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General

DRIVER/WORKER For Soft Pretzel Stand in Annapolis, Maryland

JANITORIAL COMPANY HIRING FOR SCHOOL and OFFICE CLEANING IN THE EXTON AREA. STARTING WAGE RATE $12./HOUR. 484-873-3503

One day a week with potential for more. Valid driver’s license required. Conservative lifestyle preferred! Contact Lee or Martha Riehl 399 Jacobs Rd., Narvon

(717) 768-3681 • (717) 917-6881

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KRAPF SCHOOL BUS

General

Medical

YOUR ATTENTION

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

RN/LPN. Flexible hours for Chester Co. Assess clients & care plans, teach/ supervise HHAs. FT/PT. Call ComForCare 610-363-1485 EOE

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

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

NOW HIRING DRIVERS! We currently have a $2500 Sign-On Bonus for fully Licensed CDL Drivers with S&P endorsements Pay rates up to $21.55/HR DOE NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED PAID CDL TRAINING GREAT SCHEDULE

Office-Secretarial WIRE BENDING TECHNICIAN. Looking for an experienced orthodontic lab technician. MUST be able to bend wires and solder. FULL TIME job with great benefits. Call 610-296-5525

Serving many districts in Chester County APPLY NOW: 484-999-2051 or JOBS@KRAPFBUS.COM

WOULD YOU LIKE TO HAVE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD REACH CHESTER, LANCASTER and YORK Counties & HERSHEY/ MIDDLETOWN area?

Reaching over 372,000 households every week with your advertising message is significant. MAINT. TECH for Prop. Mgmt. Co. Must have knowledge of plumbing, electrical, & carpentry. Valid PA DR. license, Cathy @ 610-857-8084 NOW HIRING FOR masonry driver/laborer. Competitive wages and benefits. AC Masonry in Ronks Pa. Call 717-314-9334

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

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RESIDENTIAL CLEANING COMPANY headquartered in Exton seeking cleaners for Chester County Starting Wage Rate $12/ Hour Call: 484-873-3505

WE ARE HIRING Caregiver Superstars! Come work with Amada Senior Care Chester County! We offer competitive hourly rates, Earned PTO, Amada Buck Bonuses, Mileage Stipends! We care about you! Call 484-653-6420 to start the process

Call 1-800-428-4211 and ask for the "360 SPECIAL" to find out how.

AR/ INVOICING in a fast-paced construction company environment. Working within billing software. Aging tracking, collection tracking, calls, communication with clients on past due/ invoicing status. •8+ yrs of experience with AR/ Invoicing. •Preferred background with construction invoicing and field/ crew operations. •Familiarity/ Experience with invoicing of of Field Written Work Orders. *** Experience with SAGE/TIMBERLINE, or like systems, a significant plus. •Highly organized and motivated to complete work quickly and accurately. 4 year degree required. Accounting or Math Degree strongly preferred. Job Type: Full-time Email resume to: kgood@ramtcorporation.com

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

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

Management

Bldg. Materials

PROPERTY MGR w/ manufactured homes/res/comm lease exp. Chester Co. Valid PA DR Lic. Email resume to: office@misacorporation.com

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

PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD ONLINE AT TOWNLIVELY.COM

Mechanical Trades YOUR ATTENTION INDUSTRIAL SPRAY PAINTER Experienced Only! 610-384-6112

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

NOW HIRING

GRILL COOK PREP COOK

Collectibles BUYING TOYS & COLLECTIBLES www.DNRCollectibles.com PA’s Largest Buyer of Toys & Collectibles 27 E Lancaster Street, Red Lion, PA Hours: 10:00am-4:00pm, Monday-Friday 717-329-8167 • rhoward1771@gmail.com Toys Vintage or Modern, New or Used, Hess Trucks, Barbies, Diecast, Hot Wheels & Matchbox, Action Figures, Models, Trains, Sports Cards/ Memorabilia, Movie/ Music Memorabilia, Video Games & much more!

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

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

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

FARM MARKET Janitor Produce Stockers Deli/Soup & Salad Clerk Cashiers

FT/PT PT PT PT

SMORGASBORD Cooks Host/Cashier

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

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FT PT PT

Apply online at www.shady-maple.com or at Shady Maple, Rt. 23, East Earl, PA 17519

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

484-514-2250

must be available both day & evening

Dishwasher Shift Lead Janitors/Dishwashers Saturday Grill/Buffet

Household Goods

Apply in person OR Call PHIL for an appointment

FT PT

5051 Horseshoe Pike (Rt. 322) Honey Brook, PA 19344

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

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

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FREE: WILL LEND Nice Riding Horses and Large Ponies until June 2020. Call Andy or Bill at 717-394-7865, 412-582-0080


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Sporting Goods

Pets

HORSEBACK RIDING LESSONS. Certified Instruction. Safe Trained Horses. English or Western. New Holland. 717-354-6962. www.cedarfoxfram.com

AKC DOBERMAN PINCHER PUPPIES, black, reds, males & females, shots & vet checked, $750. 717-862-3631

Machinery

AKC ENGLISH CREAM/ Golden Retriever female pup, used to children, shots & wormed, ready 8/21/19, $725. 717-768-7387

FARM EQUIPMENT For Sale. 610-574-5546

AKC LAB PUPPIES, charcoal, silver, fox red, all in one litter from our only family dog, $800. 717-305-0183

Musical

GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES, farm raised, shots, wormed. $375 ea. 717-382-4948

HUGE PIANO SALE

www.stevespianos.com More info: 717-575-0206, Paul

GUNS WANTED INSTANT PAYMENT 1 gun or collection- Will travel Kinsey’s Outdoors, 717-653-5524

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.

**WE BUY GUNS Shotguns, Rifles, Handguns Wanted. Gordon’s Sports Supply, Rt 100, Eagle, 610-458-5153

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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

GUTTERS, GUTTERS

Clean, Repair, Gutter Guards. Property Maint. by Steve. 717-892-7411

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Place a FREE 15-20 word ad in the next available issue to locate the owner of your found item. Call our Classified Dept. 1-800-428-4211 READ YOUR AD THE FIRST WEEK IT APPEARS

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$139 GUTTER CLEANING All Gutters/Insured. 610-399-4555

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

3 AMISH LADIES & an English woman CLEANING 484-995-7149 A CLEAN HOME is a Happy Home. Let me do your dirty work. 14 years exp. Call Susan’s Cleaning Service for a free quote, 484-752-8900

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Carpentry, Plumbing, Electrical Lic.& Insured. PA020006. 610-547-7789 A&L TRIMMING, Interior Triming, Cabinet Installations, Install New Flooring 717-405-9545 Leave Message ANDY’S DRYWALL Interior Remodeling, Hanging, Finishing, Framing, Painting, Basements, Additions, Textured Ceilings & Walls. Insured. PA 022669. 717-587-4102 BOOT ROAD TREE SERVICE Expert tree removal, stump grinding & Trimming. Fully Insured 610-656-5880 CLEAN OUT BASEMENTS, houses/ yards, commercial cleanout, painting/demo work. Credit cards acptd. Insured. 717-928-3021

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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.

MARK GUSLER TREE SERVICE Snow Plowing, 30 Yrs. Exp., Free Estimates. Fully Insured. Bucket Truck Service. Parkesburg, 610-613-1885 NEED HELP but no friends to be found? Call a helping hand and get the job done now. House work, yard work whatever you need. 610-620-4436 PAINTING DONE RIGHT Interiors. Exteriors. Detailed clean custom painting services. Res/Com. Refs. PA126393 717-286-5464 Many other related services, just ask!

CONCRETE: STAMP, DECORATIVE, Affordable prices. Free Estimates. Call 717-283-7764 or or www.bosscrete.net.

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Chimneys, Additions & Foundations, Free Estimates. Insured, 484-886-0641 www.delrossistucco.com

DRIVEWAY LADY LLC Asphalt Paving & Concrete & Sealcoating. Guaranteed & insured. 484-486-0166; drivewaylady.com DRYWALL & PLASTER Repair, warr. work; Prompt, clean, neat, prof. Satisfaction guar. 717-951-5077, MasterPlaster.

ELECTRICAL & PLUMBING Reasonable Rates • Licensed & Insured PA20006, 610-547-7789 ELECTRICIAN AND HANDYMAN Licensed and Insured. Free estimates. Call Jim at 717-575-2147 PA130912 GUTTER CLEANING & ALUMINUM GUTTER GUARD INSTALLATION. 10 yrs experience. Call/text 717-715-5844 JOHN’S HAULING/ REMOVAL. Appl., Lge. Screen TVs, Piano’s, Furniture, One Pc/ Truckload. 7 days, Last Min, 610-296-0560

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

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

BRITISH MOTORCYCLES WANTED Triumph, Norton, BSA, etc., running or not. I pay more. 484-252-1708, anytime. BUYING HEATING OIL at .30¢ a gallon. Also remove heating oil tanks and furnaces. Call Ed 717-587-7315. GUITARS & INSTRUMENTS WANTED “LOCAL” Collector Buying Gibson, Fender, Martin & Other Brands All Types, Makes & Years Considered Top Cash Paid! - 610-363-2802 I BUY LIONEL, American Flyer, Marx Trains, Match Box, Slot Cars, Hot Wheels, Tonka, Smith Miller, Model Toys, Lead Figures. Call 610-804-6783.

REAL ESTATE EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY

PAINTING: PRICELESS PAINTING Interior/ Exterior. Free Estimates. Fully Insured. 717-330-1836, Ask for Bob

POWER WASHING Homes, Decks & Light Commercial Properties

Morinelli Services 610-316-6422

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

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.

LIGHT EXCAVATING, Hardscape, & All Types of Retaining Walls. By Sam The Tree Guy LLC. PA 103525. 717-548-0886

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Property Maint. by Steve, 717-892-7411

ROOFING: KING FAMILY ROOFING 610-469-4691. PA047624

SAM THE TREE GUY LLC. Big tree removal using cranes or extensive rigging techniques. Stump removal. Fully insured. PA 103525. 717-548-0886 SARMENTO MASONRY Contractor: Stamped/Color Concrete, Sidewalks, Patios, Brick, Pointing, Block, Stucco, 610-637-3498 SKYLINE EXTERIORS Roofing, Siding, Windows, Doors. Fully insured. Free estimates. 15 years of experience. 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed. 717-874-0262 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 PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD ONLINE AT TOWNLIVELY.COM

ITEMS WANTED 1-100 ALL ANTIQUE & OLD TOOLS WANTED: Collector Paying Cash$$$ for Woodworking, Machinist, Measuring & Blacksmith Tools. Wooden & Metal Planes. Tool Chests & Boxes. Tools made by Stanley, Etc. Call 610-363-2802

All real estate advertised in this publication is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act which makes it illegal to advertise a preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, ancestry, sex, national origin, handicap (physical or mental) or familial status (people with children) or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination. This publication will not knowingly accept any advertisement for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hearby informed that all dwellings advertised in this publication are required to be available on an equal opportunity basis. *NOTE TO OUR CUSTOMERS* When placing your real estate ad please describe the property only, not who you wish to occupy it.

For Rent 2BR, 1BA, SECOND Floor Apartment. Off street parking, no pets, Downingtown School Dist., $925 a month plus utilities. MISA Corporation 610-857-0775 www.misacorporation.com HOME FOR RENT Single family home, 1202 Shadyside Rd, West Bradford Twp. 3BD, 2-1/2BA, LR, Eat-in-Kitchen, W/D hook up, Lg. Front Porch, off street parking Rent: $1350. MISA Corporation 610-857-0775 www.misacorporation.com STORAGE/ GARAGE UNITS AVAILABLE Storage shed 10X10, Honey Brook, Monthly Rental $45 Garage 41X28 includes same size loft West Bradford, Monthly Rental, $680. MISA Corporation 610-857-0775 www.misacorporation.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

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 OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, Aug. 18, 1-4 29 Melissa Ln, Downingtown, PA 1982 2 bed, 1 bath, All Appliances, Financing Available. Discovery Homes 610-223-7106

AUTOMOTIVE AUTOS FOR SALE 1980 DATSUN-280 ZX, 6cyl, manual shift, white/ red int., one owner, 62K mi, a beauty. $17,500. 717-792-1720. ALWAYS BUYING JUNK CARS AND TRUCKS, 24/7. TOP DOLLAR PAID. PLEASE CALL OR TEXT, 484-886-0637 (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

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

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

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

503 Boulder Lane, Gap, PA 3bd, 2ba, modern open concept living room & kitchen. $67,500 Call: 610-857-0775 www.misacorporation.com

CASH PAID FOR ATV’s, ATC’s, Motorcycles, 2, 3 or 4 Wheelers, Any Year, Running Or Not. Please Call 610-656-3158

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