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Lifetree Café, located at Emmaus Road Café, 1886 Lincoln Highway East, Lancaster, will host a program on Tuesday, Jan. 21, at 7 p.m. The program is titled “The Witch Next Door: What’s the Appeal of Wicca and Paganism?” Lifetree Café is a place where people gather for conversation about life and faith in a casual, comfortable setting. Admission is free. For details, contact 717473-9115 or

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ODC Presents First Olivia Stoner Awards By Ann Mead Ash

In late summer and early fall of 2019, Occupational Development Center (ODC), 640 Martha Ave., Lancaster, presented the first Olivia S. Stoner Awards. The organization has designated that two awards, named for one of ODC’s founders, will be given each year. “One is to go to an individual or group of individuals and another to a business,” explained Ken Mueller, public relations and development manager for ODC. “The awards will be given to those who embody the spirit and vision of Olivia Stoner,” said Mueller, adding that recipients will be recognized for reflecting Stoner’s commitment to creating a better life for individuals with disabilities. At the end of August 2019, the first award was given to Benjamin and

Mignon Bowman. Now in their 90s, the couple has supported the work of the ODC, and its participants, for more than 50 years. Ben first became involved in the early 1960s as a member of the AMBUCS, which raised funds for ODC. In 1965, when Ben was heading up Wickersham Construction, the company built the second addition to the ODC building. Wickersham built the third addition in 1984. In the 1980s, Ben served as board president. “(The Bowmans) have been big supporters (of ODC),” said Mueller of Ben and Mignon, who have been generous with both their time and finances. Mignon is part of the ODC Auxiliary that raises money for the organization. “They are a sweet couple, and are still active with ODC in a variety of ways.” The second award was presented in October 2019 to Kinsey’s Outdoors in


will meet at 7 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 20, at the Farm and Home Center, 1383 Arcadia Road, Lancaster. The program will be member participation using the theme “One of My Favorite Postcards.” The postcard competition will be “A Postcard With Number 20 of 20 Items on the Card.” The meeting is open to the public. For more information, call 717-413-6882 or search for “Lancaster County Postcard Club” on Facebook. SEMI-PRO BASKETBALL

The Ephrata Thunder, a team in the American Basketball Association, has home games at Warwick Middle School, 401 Maple St., Lititz, on Saturday, Jan. 18, versus the Connecticut Headliners at 7 p.m.; Saturday, Jan. 25, versus the Northeast Enforcers at 7 p.m.; Sunday, Jan. 26, versus the Norristown Knights at 2 p.m.; and Saturday, Feb. 15, versus the West Chester Wildcats at 7 p.m. For more information, readers may email

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Comforters Offer Warmth At Shelter By Dayna M. Reidenouer

When homeless individuals check into the new Providence Shelter at Water Street Mission, 210 S. Prince St., Lancaster, they keep warm under brightly colored comforters handsewn with love.

Rosene Weaver has long been a member of the sewing circle at Hammer Creek Mennonite Church. The group makes comforters that are distributed to disaster survivors and refugees by Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) as well as to homeless people by shelters in the Reading area. See Providence Shelter pg 2

Hammer Creek Mennonite Church sewing circle members Rosene Weaver (left) and Erma Martin were instrumental in assembling and delivering comforters for the cots at Water Street Mission’s Providence Shelter. Opportunities to contribute to the emergency shelter are ongoing.

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Gregg Richards (second from left), executive director of the Occupational Development Center (ODC), presents the first Olivia Stoner Award to Ben Bowman (center) and his wife, Mignon (second from right). Bill Young (far left), president of the ODC board, and board member Tonia Witman (far right) also took part in the presentation.

Night To Shine Event Set At Spooky Nook By Chelsea Peifer

The Lancaster Collaboration of Night to Shine is moving into the venue where event coordinator Joell Ketchum has always dreamt of hosting the event: Spooky Nook Sports, 75 Champ Blvd., Manheim. “It gives us a lot of space and growing room,” explained Ketchum, who has planned the event for the past three years. The Lancaster Collaboration of Night to Shine is one of hundreds of events sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation and held each year on

the first Friday of February to create an unforgettable prom experience for people with special needs. Night to Shine is one of several ministries led by the foundation established by Tebow, a See Night To Shine pg 3

The Lancaster Collaboration of Night to Shine, a prom night celebrating people with special needs and sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation, is scheduled to take place on Feb. 7 at Spooky Nook Sports in Manheim. The deadline to register for the free event is Jan. 26.

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Providence Shelter from pg 1 A comforter is made from a top pieced from squares that typically measure between 4 and 8 inches per side and a solid backing, together sandwiching quilt batting or a heavy piece of fabric. The three layers are tied together with knots made from strong thread. The comforters are finished by binding the

edges, and they measure 60 inches by 80 inches, large enough for a twin-size bed. A sewing factory in the Ephrata area closed a few years ago and donated a wealth of unused material to the sewing circle. Volunteers cut the fabric into squares, which Weaver organizes into groups for quilt


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tops. Weaver’s mother, Ruth Bruckhart, sews the tops, and then Weaver assembles the comforters. Erma Martin finishes the binding. Weaver noted that she does a lot of the work at home because her responsibilities at her family’s greenhouse business often prevent her from attending sewing circle meetings. “We do this on the offseason,” Weaver remarked. “Our vocation doesn’t allow vacations, so I do staycations at home. I tie comforters in our basement. It’s so therapeutic. I just love it.” Bruckhart is 82 years old and a prolific sewist. In 2019, she sewed an all-time high of 343 quilt tops for the sewing circles at Hammer Creek and Hernley Mennonite Church. “It’s a special outlet for her,” Weaver remarked. When Weaver learned about the opening of Providence Shelter and saw pictures of the white-sheeted cots, she felt compelled to contact Water Street Mission. The sewing circle prefers to send dark-colored comforters to MCC relief efforts because they tend not to show dirt. That left an assortment of lighter-colored comforters that had not yet found a home. “We thought it would be good (for them) to go to a place with a washer and dryer,” Weaver said. In all, the group had 77 comforters available, so Martin and Weaver delivered them to Providence Shelter. As an additional service, they asked to make the beds. “For Erma and me to go in there, it was so rewarding,” Weaver said, noting that seeing the comforters put to use was one of the highlights of her life. She added that the shelter, which was created in a renovated warehouse on the Water Street Mission campus, is clean and inviting. “We created Providence Shelter so those experiencing homelessness can feel God’s protective care in their lives,” said mission president Jack Crowley. “ We want guests to see how God has seen ahead to their time of need and actually used the generosity of our community and partners to prepare Water Street for their arrival, providing more than beds and a place to sleep, but an environment that reflects our spiritual need for love and dignity ... a space that can reinspire hope in the hopeless.” Content developer Che Jimenez noted that the mission had estimated it would spend $3,000 on bedding for the shelter. “The quilts saved us all that money as well as added a personal touch to our beds,” he said. “Right now, we are still accepting twin bed sheets that we need on an ongoing basis.” Readers are welcome to visit -impact/donate-goods/ to learn how they can contribute to Providence Shelter.

Church To Install Pastoral Team The Lancaster Church of the Brethren (COB) will install the pastoral team of lead pastor Misty Wintsch and part-time pastor of worship Don Fitzkee on Sunday, Jan. 19, at 10:15 a.m. The church is located at 1601 Sunset Ave., Lancaster. Retired pastor Jim Rhen will preach on the topic “Keep My Life That It May Be Consecrated, Lord, to Thee.” Atlantic Northeast District executive Pete Kontra will conduct the installation. New members also will be received during the service, including the pastors and their families. Wintsch, of Quarryville, has served the past 11 years as associate pastor at the Mechanic Grove COB in Quarryville. She came to faith in the Lancaster congregation as a young adult. She holds a bachelor’s degree in organizational management and development from Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) and a master’s degree in church leadership from Eastern Mennonite Seminary. Wintsch served as moderator of the 2018 Atlantic Northeast District Conference, and she is an

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occasional adjunct instructor, teaching Biblical Perspectives at EMU’s Lancaster campus. Prior to her call to ministry, she worked in sales and management positions with employee benefits firms. Fitzkee, of Manheim, earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Elizabethtown College and a master’s degree in theological studies from Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary (now Palmer Seminary).

He served for 20 years as a nonsalaried minister at Chiques COB near Manheim and was director of development at COBYS Family Services for nearly 17 years prior to coming to Lancaster. He is a published author and has served as chair of the Church of the Brethren Mission and Ministry Board. For more information, readers may call the church at 717-397-4751.

Stoner Awards from pg 1 Mount Joy, which makes archery supplies and outdoor gear. “(Kinsey’s) has embraced the mission of ODC and our goal of finding meaningful employment for individuals with developmental disabilities,” said Mueller, who added that Kinsey’s was ODC’s first small group employment site. “ODC individuals who work there alongside other employees have become a part of the Kinsey’s family,” said Mueller. “(ODC participants) love going out there.” The skill set of participants has been a good fit with Kinsey’s, where tasks include folding and packing items such as T-shirts, archery equipment, traps, and gloves. Gregg Richards, executive director of ODC, lauded the recipients of both awards. “I can’t say enough good things about them,” said Richards. “The awards are well deserved, and it’s wonderful to have support from such good people,” he said, adding, “In the case of the Bowmans, they literally built the building.” Stoner founded ODC along with Marian Headrick in 1948. She remained an integral part of the organization into the early 1980s. “(Stoner) served on the board and was very active in

Gregg Richards (left), executive director of the Occupational Development Center (ODC), presents the first Olivia Stoner Award to be given to a business to Rick Kinsey (center) and Sherri Kinsey Gorman (right), representatives of Kinsey’s Outdoors in Mount Joy. what was being done (at ODC),” said Mueller. “She was a forward-thinking, proactive, and strong woman who really had a vision for ODC that was ahead of the times.” Stoner’s interest in founding ODC was tied to a nephew who had developmental disabilities and did not have many opportunities in the 1940s. “She didn’t like (his) options,” said Mueller.

“Who we are (as an organization) today is based on her vision.” The Stoner Award is unique, so ODC sought an item to exemplify the Stoner vision by working with the glass blowers at the Stiegel Glassworks in Manheim. Readers who would like to learn more may visit www.od or call 717-397-4269.

Women’s Bible Study Planned Change of Pace Central women’s Bible study winter session 2020 will meet on Thursdays, beginning Jan. 23, from 9:15 to 11:30 a.m. The schedule will include refreshments at 9:15 a.m., a time of worship at 9:30 a.m., and study groups until 11:30 a.m. The program will take place at Lancaster Alliance Church, 210

Pitney Road, Lancaster. Available studies will be “2 Corinthians” by Kelly Minter, “Uninvited” by Lysa TerKeurst, and “Joseph - The Man With the Coat of Many Colors: Finding God Faithful/A Study on the Life of Joseph” by Minter. Preregistration is requested. Child care and homeschool

monitors will be available. A freewill offering will be received each week. For more information or to preregister, readers may contact Jessica at 717-519-5220 or or visit www.changeofpace The program is sponsored by Friendship Foundation Inc.

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Corley from pg 1 Kiana Corley will perform at Emmaus Road Café, 1886 Lincoln Highway East, Lancaster, on Saturday, Jan. 18, at 7 p.m. Based out of Lancaster, Corley draws from the stylings of Corinne Bailey Rae, Tori Kelly, Lianne La Havas, Eryn Allen Kane, and other similar artists. Her sound is described as acoustic soul intertwined with twinges of pop. These influences can be heard on her debut EP,

“One Way.” To learn more about Corley’s music, visit https://kianacorley Admission is free. Emmaus Road Café offers coffee beverages, Italian sodas, and baked goods for sale. The café can be contacted at 717-478-3672 or Pictured on front: Kiana



“Wonder Of Hope” Slated

“The Wonder of Hope” with illusionist Brett A. Myers will take place on Friday, Jan. 17, and Saturday, Jan. 18. Both shows will begin at 7 p.m. in Landis Hall at The Junction Center, 1875 Junction Road, Manheim. Myers is a Christian illusionback problems and her involve- ist whose passion is connecting ment with tennis began as a people with the message of the therapeutic measure. She earned a Middle States ranking and the Middle States Presidential Service Award, and she wrote a book, “Winnie’s Wisdom, Great Tennis Truths From an ‘Old’ Pro.” Throughout her coaching years, she taught Catholic Daughters of the individuals with abilities of all Americas Lancaster Court Queen levels, including wheelchair of Peace 1023 will host a baby tennis instruction in the shower for A Woman’s Concern 1980s. on Sunday, Jan. 19, at 1:45 p.m. Sessions will be limited to 15 in the Parish Activity Center at participants from ages 8 to 18. St. Philip the Apostle Church, A grant from the USTA Mid- 2111 Millersville Pike, Lancaster. dle States Region was instru- All Catholic women are invited mental in developing adaptive to attend and may bring new tennis at Linden Hall. The pro- baby items for infants or todgram cost includes six one- dlers to age 4, if they wish. There hour sessions. Financial need- will be light refreshments and based scholarships are also games. available. Linden Hall tennis This event will provide the coaches will lead the instruc- opportunity to learn more about tion along with volunteers Catholic Daughters of the Amerifrom the girls’ tennis team and cas and support A Woman’s Conthe community. cern, a pro-life organization. For more information, read- Those with questions may email ers may visit www.lindenhall Margaret T. Giordano at mgior .org/adaptive-tennis or contact or Melissa Landis at 717- leave a voice message at 717626-8512. 390-9035.

Adaptive Tennis Program Planned Linden Hall will host an AllIn Adaptive Tennis Program from 1 to 2 p.m. on Sundays, Jan. 19 to Feb. 23, at Anne Brossman Sweigart Sports and Fitness Center Gymnasium at Linden Hall, 212 E. Main St., Lititz. Adaptive tennis is a program that supports and promotes tennis for recreational and social enjoyment of individuals with physical, mental or emotional challenges. The game of tennis can be adapted to accommodate any ability. Adaptions include smaller courts, lower nets, appropriately sized racquets, low-compression larger size tennis balls and balls that jingle for the visually impaired. The United States Tennis Association (USTA) Net Generation Curriculum will be incorporated into the program. Linden Hall has a connection with supporting adaptive tennis programs. Former Linden Hall tennis coach Winnie Gilliford, who passed away in 2001, was a pioneer in teaching individuals with disabilities. Gilliford was born with congenital

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The Backyard Fruit Growers (BYFG) will hold their annual winter meeting at Lancaster Farm and Home Center, 1383 Arcadia Road, Lancaster, on Saturday, Jan. 18. The guest speakers will be Monticello’s Pat Brodowski and Swarthmore’s Jeff Jabco. As in past years, the event is free for BYFG subscribers and open to the public for a suggested donation amount at the door. Brodowski will speak about the historic fruits, nuts, and vegetables of Monticello and how they relate to today’s fruit and vegetable gardeners. Jabco is director of grounds and coordinator of horticulture at the Scott Arboretum at Swarthmore College. Penn State Extension will also present an update in the


take limousine rides complete with sparkling cider and other goodies to add to the thrill. Upon their return to the building, guests will receive a crown and sash as their name is announced on the red carpet. All guests will receive a printed photo of themselves on the red carpet and a goodie bag of snacks and other fun items donated by local businesses. A parent and caregiver respite lounge will also be provided. “The impact that it makes is tremendous. Night to Shine is so special not only for the guests but for their families, too,” stated Ketchum. “Parents and caretakers get to see their child dressed up and given the royal treatment for one night. So many of the parents come up to me and the other volunteers that night in tears, thanking us for doing it.” “This is the only time that a lot of the parents will get to see their kids dressed up like this. A lot of these guests will never get to have their own wedding or go to a gala or an event that’s just for them,” continued Ketchum. “This is something showing them that we value them and God values them.” More than 550 volunteers contributed to the success of the 2019 event, and organizers are seeking volunteers to help in a number of ways for 2020. Interested individuals may learn more and sign up at shine. Donations may also be made at that website. Readers may also contact Ketchum at 717-314-7125 or j_bomb_67@ for more information.

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Alexander Wood (left photo) swam a leg on the Blue Streaks’ 3:41.38 400-freestyle relay, while Alex Salembier helped the 200freestyle relay to a 1:38.56 win in the Township boys’ 139-41, Section One victory over Hempfield last Thursday in Neffsville. by Ara Grigorian

The Township boys’ swim team defeated Hempfield 139-41 on Thursday while the girls’ team won 115-68. Both squads improved to 5-0 on the year in process of winning their first L-L League meet of the season. “Our boys’ team is probably one of the deepest teams we have had,” said head coach Dan Graybill. “It’s incredible the depth we have in multiple events. There is no weak spot in the lineup. “In many relay events, I’ll divide up the relays,” he added. “We still score very high and we keep the kids at the top of their game,” Speaking of relays, Connor Paladino, Elijah Gocotano, Sean Cliff and Jack Sheehan combined for a first-place time of 1:46.56 in the 200yard medley relay. Graybill inserted Alex Salembier, Alonso Borrero, Parick Breslin and Adam Pasewicz in the 200 free relay a winning time of 1:38.56; Alex Wood, Justin Fuentes, Benjamin Chang and William Orr took the 400 free relay in 3:41.38. Borrero also went on to win the 200 freestyle in 1:58.07.

“Alonso is a very hard worker,” said Graybill. “He has done a very good job for us in short distance freestyle and butterfly.” Jackson Prevost came through with a 100 freestyle victory in 49.72 seconds. He also won the 100 backstroke in 56.34. “Jackson Prevost is a returning senior and will contribute immeasurably to the season,” Graybill commented. “He has gotten good in all of the strokes. I would classify him in freestyle and backstroke. But he has developed butterfly and breaststroke. That will improve his individual medley.” In the 100 breaststroke, it was sophomore Henry Gingrich posting a winning time of 1:05.31. Gingrich, whose older brother Charlie, who also swam for Township and is now at Duke University, outlasted the competition in the 500 free, winning in 5:02.56. “Henry is emerging in all strokes too,” said Graybill. “Henry, Jackson Prevost and Graham Calhoun will all have the opportunity to swim in all the events and qualify for the Most Valuable Swimmer award. Calhoun won the 50 free in 23.60 seconds. Paladino went on to win the

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100 butterfly in 55.65 seconds while Gocotano came through with a 200 IM victory at 2:08.26. In the diving competition, Nico Billoni edged Hempfield’s Ethan Richards 224.2 to 220.80. “It was an exciting back-and-forth diving event,” Graybill said. “The fans and kids were becoming very excited.” In the girls’ meet, the Blue Streaks had a few close wins, making the 47point margin of victory deceptive. “The girls were exceptional in the way they finished their races,” Graybill said. “It showed they were determined to win that meet. In some of the events, there was a lot of excitement in the air.” The Streaks won the 200 medley relay with a time of 1:53.83 thanks to Eloise Warfel, Greta Harnish, Gabby Stramara and Diana Lamont. Hope Boldizar won the 200- and 500-free events, posting respective times of 2:03.02 and 5:36.62. “Hope Boldizar had a very close 200 free by .14 seconds over Hempfield’s Katelyn Wiglesworth,” Graybill noted. “Gabby Stramara won by 24 hundredths of a second past Hempfield’s Maggie Shaffer.” And if those weren’t close, Faith

Forman, who won the 100 backstroke in 1:04.03, edged Wiglesworth in the 100 free, posting a winning time of 55.84. Stramara won the 100 fly at 1:01.03 and the 200 IM with a personal best of 2:15.09. Olivia Pyott (1:09.60) was the winner in 100 breaststroke. Taylor Leaman took the diving competition with 153.9 points. BOYS’ BASKETBALL The Manheim Township boys’ basketball team played two LancasterLeague opponents this past week, coming up one basket short in each of those contests. The Blue Streaks, whose record dropped to 2-5 in league play, suffered a 58-56 loss to Lebanon on Monday, January 6. Though they defeated Northeastern in a nonleague game on Wednesday night at home, they came up empty against Section One arch rival Hempfield on Friday night - yes, by two points again. The Blue Streaks (7-7 overall), did outscore the Cedars 19-15 in the fourth quarter of Monday’s game. Their comeback bid fell just short in this Section One and Two crossover contest.

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Zach Oldac takes the ball to the basket for the Blue Streaks during their 58-56, section-crossover loss to visiting Lebanon last Monday.

Township fell behind in the second quarter thanks to Lebanon’s 1710 run, which lifted the visitors to a 25-19 halftime lead. Both offenses had strong showings in the third quarter, pouring in 18 points each. Mickey Stokes had the scoring touch

both from the outside and inside the key. The 6-foot-4 Township senior finished with a game-high 20 points, which included three three-pointers. Speaking of three-point shooting, Lebanon’s Raylin Pena made five long-range buckets and finished with

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Faith Forman swam a 55.84 to finish first in the 100-yard Gabby Stramara turned in a time of 2:15.09 to win the 200-yard Township’s Mickey Stokes scores in front of Lebanon’s Isaiah freestyle and help the Manheim Township girls to a 115-68, individual medley in the Blue Streak girls’ 115-68, Section One Rodriguez for two of his game-high 20 points in the Blue Streaks’ win over Hempfield last Thursday at Township. Section One win over visiting Hempfield last Thursday. 58-56 loss at home last Monday.

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17 points while Marquis Ferreira led the Cedars with 18. Zach Oldac supported Stokes in the Streaks’ comeback bid. He finished with 13 points while Ben Mann finished with eight points. Zach Hartz, Dan Engel and Seth Miller each chipped in with five points. Prior to hosting Hempfield, the Streaks played Northeastern in a game that saw Oldac and Hartz both score over 20 points. The Bobcats took a one-point advantage into the second quarter only to see Township grab the momentum and build a 41-33 halftime lead. The Streaks didn’t let up in the third stanza, outscoring the visitors by seven points en route to a 7862 victory. Oldac finished with 29 points, putting up 11 baskets and going 7for-9 at the foul line. Hartz poured it in from three-point range, making six treys on a 24-point night. Mann finished with nine points and Seth Miller added seven points while the Bobcats’ Andrew Broadback had a team-high 16. The Hempfield game was a comeback win by the Black Knights, who trailed Township 34-30 heading into the fourth. Oldac’s game-high 17 and Township’s 15-point output in the third quarter were not enough as the Knights eked out a 44-42 win. Stokes scored 12 for MT while Mann added five.

WRESTLING The Blue Streaks played host to Hempfield in a Section One wrestling match on Wednesday, January 8. It was a 51-18 victory for Hempfield, but only seemed like a runaway thanks to four straight wins that took a 27-18 lead and extended it to the final margin of victory. Heading into the 132-pound bout, the Blue Streaks had pulled to within nine points. Malcolm Schuyler had one of the three one-point decisions in the match, topping the Knights’ Clay Gainer 2-1 at 126. The Knights earned six points on Reagan Lefevre’s pin at 132 and Grant Hoover followed with a pin at 138 to make it 39-18. A Township forfeit at 145 gave the Knights six uncontested points before Joel Dionne’s pin wrapped it up for the Knights. Hempfield opened with a pin at 160 to start the match. Cade Clancy claimed a 2-1 victory for Township at 170. After the Knights pulled ahead 213 over the next three matches, including a very close 6-5 defeat of Austin DeCaro at 195, Sam Crist registered a pin at the heavyweight contest, downing Isaiah Barroso 5:03 into the bout. Josh Hillard had a 6-1 decision for MT at 106 and Aliazer Alicea held on for a 4-1 victory at 113. After Micah Sams came up short against this Hempfield opponent at 120, Schuyler posted the aforementioned win at 126. Township fell to 23 in the L-L League and Hempfield improved to 5-0. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL The Blue Streaks opened the week with a 45-30 defeat of Lebanon on the road. The week ended with another opponent scoring 30 points. The second instance was a close 30-28 win for Hempfield at Landisville, helping the Black Knights improve to 5-0 in the Photo by Mark Palczewski league. The loss

dropped MT to 5-2 (10-3 overall). The Streaks, who led 30-16 at the half, limited Lebanon to single-digit scoring in three of the four quarters on Monday. Katie Bushong and Gracie Martin led the squad in scoring. Bushong poured in 22 points and Martin, who scored two treys, finished with 12. In Friday’s tight battle between Section One rivals, Hempfield came back from a 14-11 halftime deficit to inch past Township. Bushong had the game-high honors again. Her 16 points included a perfect 8-for-8 at the foul line. Lindsay Durkota led Hempfield with 12 points. BOWLING Penn Manor topped Township 7-0 on Wednesday, January 8. Jordan Kahler led the Comets with an aggregate score of 641. Township’s Nick Tomlinson had a strong third game, knocking down the pins at a 248 clip. He finished with 648. Drew Jaquith finished with a 596. With Friday’s 7-0 win over Lebanon, the Streaks improved to 2512 in the league and 25-19 overall. Jaquith led the team with a 694, which included a 255 game in the clash at Dutch Lanes. AIR RIFLE Township’s air rifle team fell just short in a meet at Ephrata on Wednesday, January 8. Ephrata’s Nicole Johnson and Brianna Bowers both shot 100’s to help their team mount a 496-493 victory. The three top marksmen for Township were Ethan Demler, Jada Bender and Alyssa Dunn, each of whom recorded a 99. Sam Bischiel and Quinn Mellinger both shot 98’s Dunn recorded a perfect 100 in Monday’s 495-484 defeat of Governor Mifflin at Manheim Township. Mellinger, Demler and Andy Nguyen contributed to the win with 99’s while Bender shot a 98. The Mustangs were led by Sydney Machion’s 99. By splitting the two matches, Township finished the week with a 52 record on the year. The Mountaineers (6-1) inched one game ahead of the Streaks with Friday’s win.

use Generation Genius to build upon science lessons, to introduce key vocabulary, to assess student understanding, and to engage students with do-it-yourself science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) activities. Students can also use these resources to build on their knowledge from previous lessons or to explore new concepts. Matt Jones received a Gallery Display Panels grant of $1,952. The presentation of artwork is part of the curriculum for art courses at Manheim Township High School (MTHS). With the addition of four new gallery display panels, students will be able to display their artwork. Other students at the high school will benefit by being able to see artwork created by their peers. Parents, community members and staff will also be able to enjoy the display as these lightweight and mobile panels will be used to display student artwork at the annual district art show and other events. Tess Wales and Gale Burkhart received a Guided Reading through STEAM Content Books grant of more than $7,858. This grant will allow the reading specialists at Brecht Elementary to purchase Scholastic’s Guided Reading Content Areas which includes six copies of each of 200 titles. These books will allow teachers to use standards based texts about topics students are learning in the STEAM curriculum to enhance vocabulary, problem-solving, and concept knowledge. By using a guided reading program, teachers will be able to reach readers at the appropriate reading level. This grant is made possible through the Louise Engle Memorial Fund established through MTEF. Kristen Rychener received a Hands-On Science Investigation Stream Study grant of more than $1,455. This project offers students in grades two, three, and four at Bucher Elementary hands-on science lessons presented by a county conservation officer. These lessons are designed to help students build a positive relationship between nature and community while meeting Pennsylvania state standards in environment and ecology. Dyan Branstetter received a Hip Hop Fundamentals: Unlocking Meaningful Connections Through Dance grant of $4,830. Students and staff will participate in an interactive assembly sharing background information about hip-hop as a dance form. The performers will then teach science concepts through hip-hop. Students and staff will work with teaching artists over several weeks to create a signature dance to promote school unity while working on social, emotional, and academic skills. Sara Eddy received an Improving Climate FOR Landis Run grant of $10,000. This grant will provide supplies for five FOR Clubs at Landis Run Intermediate School (LRIS). These Rachel’s Challenge clubs are Welcome, Compassion in Action (CIA), Spirit

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JT Weaver leads the Blue Streaks’ fast break during their 58-56, Section One - Section Two crossover loss to Lebanon last Monday at Manheim Township.

At its November 2019 board meeting, the Manheim Township Educational Foundation (MTEF) board of directors voted to approve the grant committee’s recommendation to award 14 grants totaling more than $77,000. Since 1993, MTEF has supported the extra efforts of district educators for projects that enhance the academic, athletic, and artistic experiences for their students. These grants are made possible through Earned Income Tax Credit donations, memorial funds, institutional grants, general donations, and contributions from MTEF Community Partners. Grants were awarded across the district. Nicole Reinking received an Artist in Residence grant of $5,000. Through this grant, Steven Courtney will serve as the artist-in-residence at Brecht Elementary. He will work with each of the 15 homerooms to help the students learn new skills, express themselves creatively, and demonstrate their learning. This project will allow students to research school history, collaborate on writing song lyrics, and participate in a concluding performance honoring Brecht Elementary School’s 90th birthday. The art and music teachers will also benefit from this project and will incorporate the work Courtney does with the students on this school-wide project. Reinking also received an Assemblies, Engagement, and Single School Culture grant of more than $1,573. This grant will allow Brecht Elementary School to purchase a shortthrow projector; a high-quality, portable speaker sound system; and an Apple TV. These items are critical to the success of today’s assemblies and learning opportunities the school would like to bring to the gymnasium, cafeteria, and outdoor garden/recess areas. These tools will allow the school to bring in guest speakers and to hold assemblies on school culture, STEAM, and other topics for students and the community. Gale Burkhart received a Brecht Summer Reading Kick-off grant of $800. Brecht Elementary holds a Summer Reading Kick-Off and provides each student with an age-appropriate book to read over the summer. Students choose their book and make a craft designed to remind them to read over the summer. This grant is made possible through the Louise Engle Memorial Fund established through MTEF. Kristen Canady and Jaclyn Griffith received an Engaging Readers to Elevate Writers grant of $3,730. Author and illustrator Daniel Kirk will visit Schaeffer and Neff schools this spring to provide several grade level appropriate workshops. The kindergarten workshop will foster a love of reading and explain the job of an author and illustrator. Firstand second-graders will learn about Kirk’s writing process including editing and revising. Third- and fourth-graders will learn how to take an idea from something they see or hear, create a research process, and create their final product. The program will provide a collaborative process for students and teachers to see how a published author takes an idea through the creative process. Taylor Straub received a Generation Genius grant of $795. By providing students with engaging videos, readings, do-it-yourself hands-on projects, and assessments that follow the aligned standards, Generation Genius will enhance the science curriculum for students in kindergarten through grade four at Bucher Elementary. Teachers can

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Club, Rachel’s Closet, and Marketing and Art. One of goals of the FOR Clubs is to make LRIS a positive environment where students want to go to school every morning. By creating a positive school environment, the grant aims to increase students’ pride, selfworth and respect for others and for their school. This grant for Rachel’s Challenge FOR Clubs at Landis Run seeks to help bring alignment with the Rachel’s challenge programs at the middle school and high school and to align with the district’s Strategic Plan goals. David Farina received a MT Skylab Observatory Phase 3 grant of $36,000. The Skylab Observatory is a long-term project that would provide the opportunity to engage in STEAM learning activities for students in kindergarten through grade 12, the staff and the community. It will provide a home for observational astronomy where equipment can be permanently mounted, reducing setup time, protecting equipment, and allowing more time for observation and discussion. The MT SkyLab Observatory will be operated in partnership with the planetarium program. Phase 3 will continue construction of the SkyLab. Missy Doll-Osterhout received a Quiz Bowl grant of $2,500. MTEF is helping to offset some of the costs for the MTHS Quiz Bowl team to compete at the national level through funds provided by an outside grant. Quiz bowl is intended to enhance all areas of academics and encourage students to learn. Jamie Bresch received a Township Recycle Challenge grant of $200. This grant will support students from the Environmental Club at the high school as they work to educate the Manheim Township School District (MTSD) community on current recycling guidelines. Students will create age-appropriate posters for each building that pictorially present the items that can and cannot be placed in recycle bins. Students will also create a video that will educate students and staff on the Big 4 trash program in Lancaster County and how the school district can improve at recycling correctly. This project is a new way to connect students in the entire district in working toward the same goal. In addition, the lessons learned can be carried over into other aspects of their lives at home, at work and in the community. MTEF is a nonprofit organization formed in 1993 to strengthen, enhance and enrich the educational experience of MTSD students. The foundation promotes innovative educational programs and assists faculty and staff in supplementing existing curricula. In addition, MTEF is a resource for the community supporting inventive academic, artistic or athletic educational experiences which enhance the normal curriculum or extracurricular activities. MTEF fulfills its mission by awarding grants throughout the school year and providing services to the alumni association. For more information, readers may call Tammi Fahrney at 717560-3117 or email

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Lancaster General Health’s Blood Bank Donor Center, located in the Suburban Pavilion, 2104 Harrisburg Pike, Suite 202, Lancaster, is hosting the Bleed Blue Challenge, a blood donation competition organized by local police departments. The Manheim Township, East Hempfield, East Lampeter, Pennsylvania State, Columbia Borough, Millersville Borough, Millersville University and Lancaster City police departments are competing to see which department, along with its community members, can donate the

most blood. LG Health invites the community to participate in the challenge by donating on behalf of a select police department. The competition will run through Friday, Jan. 31, as part of an initiative to engage and give back to the community. The police department with the most community and police donations at the end of the challenge will receive a plaque. To donate blood, participants must be 16 years or older, be a minimum of 110 pounds, be in good health, have no history of hepatitis, and have had no tattoos or body piercings within the last 12 months. Interested participants may visit the LG Health Blood Donor Center on Mondays from 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., or on Wednesdays and Fridays from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. For a list of upcoming blood drives, readers may visit /LGH/Our-Services/ Blood-Bank/About-Us/Blood -Drives.aspx.

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YWCA Lancaster and Willow Valley Communities will celebrate the life of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King (MLK) Jr. on Monday, Jan. 20, at YWCA Lancaster, 110 N. Lime St., Lancaster. Activities take place on the hour from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with the last cycle beginning at 3 p.m. Children age 12 and under will make crafts relating to peace, diversity and the life of King. Participants will listen to excerpts from what is perhaps King’s most famous speech. The event will also include book readings, and attendees will receive

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The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Lancaster County will hold an educational presentation from noon to 1 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 23, in the Blair Room at the Community Services Building, 630 Janet Ave., Lancaster. It is intended to help attendees become better informed sources of support for an aging parent or acquaintance, while learning about local resources to support one’s caregiving role. Everyone is welcome to attend this presentation and discussion for families, professionals and caregivers. Admission will be free, with no registration required. Readers may call 717-397-7461 for more details.

Series To Spotlight Trauma-Informed Care The Lancaster School of Psychodrama and Experiential Psychotherapies will offer a four-part series on traumainformed care with experiential and creative arts methods. This quarterly series focuses on best practices for traumainformed care, particularly the safe application of experiential therapies, including psychodrama, sociometry, Family Constellations, art making, and meditation. “Creating Safety and Connection: The Basics of TraumaInformed Care” will be offered on Friday, Jan. 31 (with a snow date of Friday, Feb. 7). “Creating Body Awareness: The Body Remembers What the Mind Forgets” will be presented on Friday, April 17. “Creating the Bigger Picture: Addressing and Healing Ancestral Trauma” will be offered on Friday, July 17, and “Creating Possibilities: Post-Traumatic Growth as a Reality” will be presented on Friday, Oct. 23. According to Karen Carnabucci, the school’s founder and one of the instructors of the series, traumainformed care is an approach that acknowledges the effects of trauma, recognizes the impact of trauma on behavior, and responds in a manner that is supportive, encouraging, and empowering. Participants will learn how trauma-informed care is different than trauma treatment; a strength-based action-oriented model, adapted for a high level of safety and

containment on multiple levels; how to deal with the reluctant or resistant client; how traumainformed care supports relapse prevention with addictions and eating disorders; how to safely incorporate experiential activities and creative arts therapies in trauma-informed care; and self-care as a route to nourish the professional and provide deeper care of client or patient. The series is intended for mental health professionals, educators, physicians, nurses, health care administrators, first responders, creative arts therapists, alternative health practitioners, midwives, youth leaders, school counselors, human resources specialists, addictions professionals, and others interested in trauma-informed care. The instructors will be Carnabucci and Sharon Czabafy, both of whom have experience with trauma care and treatment, substance abuse and addictions, and experiential and expressive therapies. Classes are scheduled from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day, offering up to 24 CE credits for social workers, marriage and family therapists, and licensed counselors, plus psychodrama hours. Psychology and Act 48 credits are pending. An early bird discount will be available until Monday, Jan. 20. The fee includes handouts and healthy snacks. Readers may visit for additional information and registration links or call or text 717-466-0788.

Real Estate Seminar Set The community is welcome to attend Homestead Village’s annual real estate update on Thursday, Jan. 23, at 10 a.m., presented by realtor Mike Julian. The seminar will be held in the Bachman Center, located at 633 Community Way, Lancaster. Julian will share insider secrets to sell homes quickly and for the best price. Guests will learn what buyers are looking for, as well as how to plan for a

smooth timeline from home-sale to move-in at a community like Homestead Village. Light refreshments will be served prior to the start of the seminar. Tours of the newest model home in Homestead Village’s Farmstead neighborhood will be available. Registration is requested by Friday, Jan. 17, by calling 717-874-4405 or visiting community/events.

Park To Offer Activities Lancaster County Department of Parks and Recreation will offer programs to the community. Unless otherwise noted, there is a per-person fee for the programs, and activities will take place at the Environmental Center in Lancaster County Central Park, 1 Nature’s Way, Lancaster. Registration and payment are required by noon on the business day before the event. To register, readers may call 717-295-2055 or visit www.lancastercounty Reptile Lady: All About Turtles and Snakes, a program for

children age 3 and older, will be offered on Sunday, Jan. 19, from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Participants will examine live turtles and snakes and study their basic biology and unique features. The small group atmosphere will include time for questions and photo opportunities. Homeschool Wednesday: Migration of Ducks and Geese will be held from 10 to 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 22. The program is designed for children ages 8 to 12. Participants should dress for indoor and outdoor activities.

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The fourth annual Lancaster County March for Life will take place on Friday, Jan. 24, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at St. John Neumann Church, 601 E. Delp Road, Lancaster. The event will include presentations by local ministries, videos, and live-streaming of speakers at the March for Life in Washington, D.C. The event will also include music and prayer throughout the day as well as a short indoor March for Life. Coffee and pastries will be provided

in the morning and lunch will be served in the afternoon. Those who wish to support the event but are unable to attend the March for Life in Washington, D.C., may attend the interfaith program for all or part of the day. The public is welcome to attend. For more information, readers may contact Tom Ramsbottom at 717-468-3822 or trams or The Heritage Press Museum recently installed a new epoxy Dave Edgar at 717-569-7677 or floor. On the first day, the contractor’s crew finished removing the paint from the floor.

Honor Society Inducts Holliday Madelyn Holliday of Lancaster was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. Holliday was initiated at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Holliday is among approximately 30,000 students, faculty, professional staff and alumni to be initiated into Phi Kappa Phi each year. Membership is by invitation only and requires nomination and approval by a chapter. Only the top 10% of seniors and 7.5% of juniors are eligible for membership. Graduate students in the top 10% of the number of

candidates for graduate degrees may also qualify, as do faculty, professional staff and alumni who have achieved scholarly distinction. Phi Kappa Phi has chapters on more than 300 campuses in the United States and the Philippines. Phi Kappa Phi awards nearly $1 million to outstanding students and members through graduate and dissertation fellowships, undergraduate study abroad grants, funding for post-baccalaureate development, and grants for local, national and international literacy initiatives. For more information about Phi Kappa Phi, readers may visit

Residents Invited To Learn Skiing, Snowboarding Gov. Tom Wolf has officially declared January 2020 as Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month in Pennsylvania, with the Senate also making a proclamation. For the entire month, members of the Pennsylvania Ski Areas Association (SkiPA) are offering special discounts on learn-to-ski packages, in order to make it affordable and convenient for first-timers to get started and hit the Pennsylvania slopes. First-timers can take advantage of a discount off an adult or child

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midweek learn-to-ski and snowboard package at any SkiPA resort. The 21-member resorts encompass all regions of the state. The package includes a beginner lift ticket, rental equipment and a beginner group lesson. Readers may visit to download a coupon. More information on the Pennsylvania Ski Areas Association is available at, and on Twitter (@GoSkiPA).

First-time skiers and snowboarders can take advantage of learn-to-ski and snowboard packages being offered at sites throughout Pennsylvania this month as part of Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month.

The Heritage Press Museum, 346 N. Queen St., Lancaster, recently installed an epoxy floor in the Center for Letterpress and Book Arts. The contractor’s crew finished

removing the paint that the staff had not been able to remove. The floor was coated with primer at the end of the first day of installation. On the second day, the crew applied two coats of colored epoxy

Piano, Violin Concert Planned The Trust Performing Arts Center, 37 N. Market St., Lancaster, will present an evening of music performed by pianist Matthew Graybil and violinist Rhiannon Banerdt on Friday, Jan. 17, at 7:30 p.m. The performance will be presented in community partnership with the Lancaster International Piano Festival, which features coartistic directors Dr. Xun Pan and Dr. Ivo Kaltchev. To purchase tickets or obtain more information, readers may visit www. or call 717-560-8241.

base. The third day included the application of the final clear coat. Now that the epoxy is cured, the staff can set up the center. Volunteers are needed to help set up at the center from 9 a.m.

to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 15; Monday, Jan. 20; Tuesday, Jan. 21; and Wednesday, Jan. 22. To volunteer, readers may contact HeritagePress

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Protection Against Financial Scams With financial scams becoming more sophisticated, the Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities (DoBS), the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) and the AARP are working together to share tips to help Pennsylvanians spot a scam and protect their money and personal information. The PSP works closely with local, state and federal law enforcement partners to investigate fraud and scams. Consumers are reminded to be cautious when sharing financial and other sensitive information this holiday season. Common scams include fake charities, phony websites and Social Security fraud. Strategies that can help Pennsylvanians protect themselves include verifying that a charity is legitimate, never following links in unsolicited emails, typing the website directly into their browser, being wary of any transaction

A new epoxy floor was recently finished in the Center for Letterpress and Book Arts at the Heritage Press Museum. Volunteers are needed to set up the museum.

involving checks, remembering that legitimate calls will not ask to “verify your information” and hanging up on any doubtful call. Anyone can contact the DoBS at 800-PA-BANKS or 800-7222657 to ask questions or file complaints about financial transactions, companies or products. Those who believe they have fallen victim to a scam are asked to contact local law enforcement.

Grandview United Methodist Church, 888 Pleasure Road, Lancaster, will continue the seventh season of its Grandview Sings! Community Children’s Choir on Monday, Jan. 27, with membership open to all local children in grades one through five. The choir meets on Mondays from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. The group sings sacred and secular music from various traditions and performs

public concerts at the church and in the community. Singers do not need to be affiliated with the church to participate. The theme for this year is “All Are Welcome Here.” Cindy McGary directs the choir and Cindy Kahler is the pianist. Contact the church at 717-394-6887 or visit for more information.

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The field of senior care offers employment opportunities for people with a variety of skills and talents. The senior care industry includes many different positions that are vital to ensuring that senior living communities provide the best possible care for residents as they age. Representatives from the industry note that working in the field of senior care can be a rewarding career choice for individuals with a passion for helping the senior population. “One of the many perks (of working in senior care) is having the opportunity to be part of something bigger and having the opportunity each and every day to affect people’s lives in a positive way,” explained Kim Focht, director of human resources at Quarryville Presbyterian Retirement Community (QPRC), 625 Robert Fulton Highway, Quarryville. “Our residents are our primary focus,” noted Kelly Miller, director of sales and marketing AGAPE CARE IS HIRING PT PCAs & Caregivers. Call 717-393-7308 or apply online at CAREGIVERS NEEDED: CNA's, HHA's & care assistants, make a difference in the life of a senior & put your caregiving experience to work. All shifts available. Visiting Angels at 717-393-3450. CARESENSE HOME HEALTH We are seeking Caregivers and LPN’s/RN’s in the Lancaster, Ephrata, Lebanon and York areas. Call Michelle @ 717-740-2114 to set up an interview.

at Heatherwood Senior Living Community, 3180 Horseshoe Pike, Honey Brook. “This is their home, and they should be made to feel important and well cared for. Patience and understanding are key. Caring about how well our residents are treated is our main focus.” For Alicia Erdman, sales director for Legend Senior Living of Lititz, 80 W. Millport Road, something she enjoys about working in the senior care industry is the “satisfaction of knowing you were able to help a family and they no longer have to worry about their loved one’s overall safety.” Nurses are in high demand to fill various roles within senior care. Retirement communities offer positions for Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs), Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs), Registered Nurses (RNs), and Registered Nursing Assessment Coordinators. A license is required to work as an RN or LPN. A certification is needed to serve as a CNA, but some senior care employers will help staff members obtain the certification. “We (at QPRC) do provide this education as well as pay our staff to get the education,” noted Focht. Personal care aides and medication technicians are also needed. A certification is required to serve as a med tech, with some employers providing and paying for the necessary training to staff members. “If you are serious, after 90 days (at Heatherwood), we will train and pay for the med tech certification, with the promise of a oneyear employee commitment,”

noted Miller. Other positions offered in the field of senior care include several roles within dining services for servers, cooks, dishwashers, prep cooks, dietary aides, and managers. Also needed are housekeepers, laundry aides and assistants, maintenance and renovations team members, activities aides, and receptionists. The field of senior care also includes home care professionals, who serve as caregivers, companions, and transportation providers to help seniors continue to live independently in their homes. Full-time, part-time, temporary, and PRN (as needed) employment opportunities are offered in the

HELP WANTED General CAREGIVERS FT/PT for our clients in their homes. Hershey area. Home Helpers, 717-824-0939 CONCRETE- MASON CREW Hiring. Reliable/Dependable Person. Must Have Valid Drivers License. 717-687-6955 FAITHFUL TRANSPORT- MAKING a difference in students lives one day at a time! Hiring PT School Van Drivers. Call Today 717-286-1650 Ex 2.


Warehouse worker needed for paint distribution company. Primary responsibilities will include repacking of paint products, pulling and shipping of orders, and housekeeping. Must be able to lift 4560 lbs. Hazmat training will be provided. Must have basic knowledge in liquid measurement. Starting rate $14.50/hour. Apply in person: IC&S 1833 William Penn Way, Lancaster, PA 17601 Phone: 717-391-6250



Applicants can apply at or email Lourdes Morales at or call 844-804-6630

3001 Lititz Pike, Lititz, PA 17543 Brethren Village Retirement Community is hiring FT & PT Dining Aides, Personal Care Aides, C.N.A.s, Nurses, and more. We offer a variety of positions and work schedules. For details and to apply, visit: EOE

General HELP WANTED FOR exterior remodeling and some landscape work. Drivers license a must. No experience needed. Plenty of hours available. Call Steve at Buena Vista Home Improvements 717-629-8106.

NOW HIRING SERVICE TECHNICIAN 1st shift! Day trips. Independent, reliable person who will possess knowl. & ability to ensure operation of machinery & skill to troubleshoot, repair, install & maintain equip. Co. truck provided. Must have good driving record & positive attitude. FABRICATOR/WELDER IMMEDIATE! FT & PT. 1st shift. Sheet metal, Mig/Stick Welding exp. WELDER FT & PT. 1st shift. Mig/Stick & torch exp needed.

CDL DRIVER FT or PT. Run day trips: make deliveries, pick-up equip., load/ unload, forklift, paperwork, etc. Must have valid drivers lic. w/exc. driving record. Benefits for FT. ASST. for SERVICE DEPT. Will train! Work w/our installers. Must be dependable & have exc work ethic. Valid drivers lic. needed. ENTRY LEVEL SHOP ASST. Will Train. Assist w/misc. duties: Grinding, sanding, clean up, etc.


FT Assisted Living LPN Evening Shift FT and PT Assisted Living Household Caregivers FT General Maintenance Worker FT Cook


Making A Difference Every Day In The Field of Senior Care

field of senior care. As facilities care for residents around the clock, employees are needed for all shifts. Nursing jobs offer a variety of options and flexibility, allowing for people craft a work schedule that fits with their current season of life and family obligations. No matter which position they are interested in, one key attribute for senior care jobseekers to exhibit is dependability. “We’re looking for someone who is reliable and shares a passion for seniors,” explained Erdman. Other representatives from the senior care industry noted that displaying some longevity on a resume, without a lot of job hopping, is also a plus for those looking to get hired. Focht added that employers also look for individuals who have the ability to work independently and as part of a team. Experience in the industry is preferred, but not required. “Bring a positive, team-like attitude, and we will train you,” noted Miller. “These careers require a desire to make a difference in people’s lives. They are both physically and emotionally demanding, and - at the same time - endlessly rewarding,” said Focht.

Call ASAP for appt.

717-681-0085 Excellent Opportunity.

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Mechanical Trades



PT DELIVERY DRIVER Fri. & Sat., 3rd shift with some holiday hours. Local deliveries- No CDL required. FT/PT CAKE DECORATOR. Some exp. Required. Apply within: Achenbach’s Pastry, Inc. 375 E. Main St, Leola. EOE


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

AKITA FEMALE ACA, 3 years old, white w/ black mask, very nice & friendly. $275. obo. Call 717-687-5612

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

TOUR GUIDES AND BOX OFFICE Help Wanted! The Amish Experience, on Route 340 halfway between Bird-inHand and Intercourse, is interviewing tour guides and box office staff. No prior knowledge of the Amish is needed. We teach and train. Email your resume to: $10.50 per hour. Some Saturday and Sunday availability is required.


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F/T WAREHOUSE SUPERVISOR Warehouse Supervisor needed full-time. Must be able to plan, oversee, participate in warehouse operations and activities. Responsible for assigning and distributing work duties, as well as maintaining records and files. Responsible for training, providing work direction and coordinating scheduled activities of assigned personnel. Must have a high school diploma or equivalent and 2-3 years previous warehouse experience. Must have good communication and interpersonal skills. Must have reliable transportation. Salary negotiable depending upon qualifications and experience. Apply in person: IC&S 1833 William Penn Way, Lancaster, PA 17601 Phone: 717-391-6250

FOR SALE Bldg. Materials METAL ROOFING & Siding for Houses, Barns, Sheds. Close outs, Returns, Seconds, Overruns, etc. at Discount Prices. Ephrata, PA 717-445-5222

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

AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERDS Minis & standards, all colors. Health guarantee. Call Jenn 610-488-6914

GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES, (6) females, farm raised, cute & freindly, $400. 717-442-3301 Leave Mess GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES, family raised, vet checked, shots & wormed, 5 males & 3 females, black & tan. Ready 1/15/20. $450. 717-529-1044 ext 0.

LOVE ANIMALS? Turn Your Passion into Profits. Now Accepting Pet Grooming Students for the New Year. 717-933-1333 OLDE ENGLISH BULLDOGGE Puppies vet checked, shots & dewormed, I.O.E.B.A. Registred. Ready now. Beautiful colors! $995. Call 717-445-9555


POMSKY PUPPIES, EXCELLENT black & white Husky markings, ready now, vet checked, wormed. Call 717-284-8942

COMPLETE COMPUTER SERVICE Virus Removal, Repairs, Networking, Tutor. 717-571-9219 FREE Online Diagnosis*

SHIBA INU PUPPIES For Sale, Ready Now, Shots, Wormed, Vet Checked, $600. Call 484-755-9249


YELLOW LAB/GOLDEN RETRIEVER Mixed Puppies, shots & wormed. $275. Available now! Call 717-786-8975 ext. 2

Lawn & Garden

Apply online at or fill out an application at our office 1114 Roosevelt Ave., York, PA • 1-800-632-9032

GREATER SWISS MOUNTAIN Puppies, NAPR reg, nice markings, vet checked, health guar., $850 obo. 717-664-7301

Dollars. Very good-extra fine. $20 & $21. 717-669-5402

BROWN LEATHER SOFA, Power Recliner, Armoire, Whirl Pool Upright Freezer, Kitchen Table w/ 4 padded chairs. Call 717-392-2640

All applicants must have a valid driver’s license and clean criminal history.

GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPPIES for sale. Ready 1/16/20. Shots, Vet checked, wormed, $975. 717-445-9762

PET DAY SURGERY Affordable spay, neuter, dental, declaw. www.petdaysurgery.com717-675-2080 Compassion, caring, and experience.


is seeking full-time and part-time Armed and Unarmed positions.

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


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

Must have min 2yrs exp. Apply in person RL Graham & Son Inc 602 South 16th Street, Columbia



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



Commercial, Residential. Mowing, Trimming, Mulching, Edging, Hedge/ Bush Trimming, Shrub Removal, Spring/ Fall Clean-ups. Affordable. Reliable. Fully Insured. Free Estimates. 717-293-5094 or cell 717-989-6743 PA 022060



Entry level positions Must be able to lift up to 55 lbs. to a heights of 5 ft. Includes weekend & holidays Good starting wage & Benefits


ST More info: 717-575-0206, Paul



IN AN EFFORT to protect the lives of animals, and for the protection of our readers, we will no longer accept “PETS OR PUPPIES WANTED” classified ads. We will, however continue to accept household pet “For Sale” ads. When purchasing a pet, please make certain animal is healthy and has been properly cared for. When selling or giving away a pet please screen respondents carefully. Pets deserve a loving, caring home.

Competitive Starting Salary Includes Weekends & Holidays Company Match 401K

Get application: Send resume to

Can apply in person M-F 8am-5pm

3 AKC MALE PEMB. WELSH CORGI $1200. Limited, $1500. Full. Call or text 717-542-4618 6 MONTH OLD AKC German Short Hair Pointer Pup. shots & wormed $400 obo. Call 717-687-0329. AKC PUG PUPPIES, shots, vet checked, wormed, 8wks old on 1/15. 814-349-5380


220 Eby Chiques Road, Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-653-8061


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REMINGTON 270 CAL; Remington 410 pump; 22-250 no scope; Winchester H&H 300 magnum; 717-664-2605

Local Trash and Recycling Company with normal work week Monday through Friday. Requirements: Must be 21 years of age, must have Air Brake Endorsement. Position offers a competitive salary and full benefits package. Send resume or apply in person.



DISH TV $59.99 FOR 190 Channels + $14.95 High Speed Internet. Free Installation, Smart HD DVR Included, Free Voice Remote. Some restrictions apply. 1-855-270-5098

Entry level position loading trash and recycling for residential customers. Position offers a competitive salary and a full benefits package. R053063

Please apply in person.

1251 East Earl Rd., East Earl, PA 17519

IT’S EASY TO PLACE A CLASSIFIED AD CALL CALL 717-653-9848 or 1-800-428-4211

Manheim Pike Rita’s

Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:30pm

Join the team that serves ice, custard and happiness!

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We are looking for people who are • Outgoing and friendly • Available after school, evenings and weekends OR Daytimes • Dependable and responsible

24 Hours a day Your ad will be processed on the next business day.

We offer • On-the-job training • Flexible schedules • Competitive hourly pay and Free Rita’s Treats • Part-time seasonal positions starting in March.

1425 West Main Street Mount Joy, PA



Please submit application by Jan. 30th.

Our front counter Monday thru Friday 8:00am-4:30pm

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Apply online at Use the “Join the Team” link at the top of the home page. To submit your application by email please follow the instructions on our website carefully. Failure to do so will result in a blank application being emailed.


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DELIVERY DRIVERS Full-time Non-CDL delivery drivers are needed at our tire warehouse. Box and pickup trucks. First shift weekdays. Apply in person 9AM to 4PM

at 735 N. Prince St., Lancaster

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PILATES PRO CHAIR, like new, red, used one time. Includes four exercise videos, exercise/weight loss book and assembly guide. Folds for easy storage. $75 obo. 717-917-1357





PT LOADERS Competitive Wages. Apply in Person! 1251 East Earl Rd., East Earl, PA 17519




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(Inspection Of Items Auction Day Only • 7:00 A.M.) LOCATION: Enck’s Banquet Center 1461 Lancaster Road (Route 72) Manheim, PA. 17545 Lancaster County Collection of Long Rifles & Hand Guns Consisting Of Winchester, Browning, Henry, Weatherby, Mossberg, Savage, Remington, Traditions, Stevens, Taurus, Beretta, Smith & Wesson, An Assortment Of Ammunition & Supplies, 2014 Kymco MXU500. 4x4 ATV 4-Wheeler (Like New “100 Miles, Winch”, Snow Blade), Grasshopper 620 Zero-Turn Mower w/Duramax (48” Deck Kohler 20Hp 526 Hrs.), Shop Smith Lathe Saw Combination, Tools, Wood Working Equipment, Knotted Comforters, THIS IS A COLLECTION OF EXTREMELY CLEAN ITEMS - CERTAINLY ONE YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS!! MAKE YOUR PLANS NOW TO ATTEND THIS AUCTION & LOAD SALE DAY! For Photos, Listing,Details, See Website: The Witman Auctioneers Team Is Currently Booking Auctions Now & In The Future For The 2020 Auction Season. Call Us Now For Competitive Rates.

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SERVICES RENDERED 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 PLUS SERVICE Spinello Home Improvements. Roof and siding repair, painting, kitchen & bath remodeling, decks, no job too odd or too small, references, insured. HIC# PA028667. Call Joe Spinello, 717-464-5466.

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Snow Removal, Gutters, Roof Repair, Painting, More. 717-826-3680 PA047811


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

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A&L TRIMMING, Interior Triming, Cabinet Installations, Install New Flooring 717-405-9545 Leave Message

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

ALL PLASTERING LOW-DUST, high strength. PA51739 717-560-5668

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)

ALLEGIANT TREE CARE Free estimates, fully insured, honest pricing! 20 years exp. Call for tree/ shrub pruning/ removal. 717-598-9857

AMISH MOVING COMPANY Will move households (will go out of state). Fair prices for Clean Outs of Attics, Basements. 717-442-3301 ANDY’S DRYWALL Interior Remodeling, Hanging, Finishing, Framing, Painting, Basements, Additions, Textured Ceilings & Walls. Insured. PA 022669. 717-587-4102 C.V. Landscaping & Tree Service Free stump removal with every tree take-down. 25% off all work performed thru Feb 29th. Free Est. Experienced. Insured. PA 103501 717-669-9606 CLIFFSIDE CONSTRUCTION *Furnace Cleanings *Furnace repair and installs *Electrical *Plumbing *HVAC Certified Give us a call today for a Quote. Licensed and Insured 717-278-2683 10% Discount for Veterans

VAN’S TREES: TREES Shrub, Tree trimming. Leaf Raking. Senior Discount. Insured.



For Sale


BUYING UNWANTED HEATING OIL 30¢ a gallon and will pick up. Call Ed 717-587-7315.

SEAFORD, DELAWARE. NEW MOVE-IN READY HOMES w/ GARAGES! Low Taxes! Gated, Olympic pool. Model Homes from the low 100’s. Brochures. 1-866-629-0770 or

CASH FOR YOUR UNWANTED CAR & TRUCK. Any condition. PA licensed & insured dealer. 717-350-1208, anytime.

SLIDE PROJECTOR WANTED. Rotary Type, Automatic Focus & Reverse. Call 717-875-1882

USED CHIPPER SHREDDER for Wood; Outside Basketball Hoop & Picnic Table. Call 717-665-4348

Wanted WE BUY HOUSES & APARTMENT BUILDINGS Any Condition. Tired of being a landlord? Cash out today! No Realtor Fees. Fast Easy Cash Settlement! 717-598-2661

WANTED: VHS, Beta Tapes and Laser Discs. Horror genre preferred, but others considered. Sorry no Disney or children’s movies. Cash Paid. 215-868-6605

Manufactured Housing


2BR ELDER COTTAGE, 24’x34’, must move from existing property in Manheim. $35,000. 717-576-0109


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 BLUE NOTES MOTOR INN WEEKLY RATES $250+ tax. 1210 River Rd, Marietta. 717-426-1991

RWPM - 717-399-0100 Columbia 2BR..........................$850 CV Schools 1662 1/2 Old Phila Pk 1BR 2 car gar ............................$775 Marietta 1BR.............................$650 New Holland 23 Brimmer Ave. Efficiency...................................$550 Also Great Houses & Apartments Available in Lancaster City

BUY DIRECT Modulars - Doublewides - Singlewides Starting at $33,900. Our prices wont be beat We Move Mobiles, Buy Homes, Sell Parts. 717-875-1288

HOMESITES FOR YOUR MANUFACTURED HOME FOR RENT! Looking for a nice place for your new or preowned home and family? 24 Hour on call service, professionally managed and maintained. Communities that "Feel like Home". Available lots within Beautiful Communities in York, Dauphin, Cumberland, Lancaster, Luzerne and Perry Counties. Select communities are offering FREE RENT; 3 TO 12 MONTHS FREE! Call today for details! 717 730-4141 USED MOBILE HOME Parts Furnaces, $75 to $700; Electric Water Heaters, $40 to $150; Other Misc. Parts. 717-464-4461

AUTOMOTIVE AUTOS FOR SALE 2013 FORD FUSION SE Sedan 4D, 70K mi, sun roof, good on gas, garage kept, red, $8900 obo. 717-917-7257

(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

TRUCKS 1996 FORD F-150, 1 owner, 57k miles, $2050 sale price, 5.0L, garage kept since new. Contact:

AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES $100-$5,000 PAID FOR UNWANTED OR JUNK AUTOS Free same day removal. All paperwork taken care of legally. PA licensed & insured. Call anytime 717-989-6980.

$100-$800 For Your Unwanted Junk Cars-Trucks- Vans- SUVs. Prompt, Honest Service. 717-246-2888 PA0002 GOT TOYOTA? ALL TOYOTAS Parts, Repairs, Sales, Service. New, OEM, Used, Aftm. Weikle’s 717-417-2726 WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE! Cash paid for unwanted cars, trucks. Any condition. Call Tim 717-318-0372

CYCLES BRITISH MOTORCYCLES WANTED Triumph, Norton, BSA, etc., running or not. I pay more. 484-252-1708, anytime. CASH PAID FOR ATV’s, ATC’s, Motorcycles, 2, 3 or 4 Wheelers, Any Year, Running Or Not. Please Call 610-656-3158

WILLOW STREET, 3BR 1BA, Mini-split heating & AC, $1100./mo plus Utilities. No pets & No smoking. Call Ron 610384-7011

For Sale DRUMORE, 3BR, 2BA, Lot 1008, all remodeled $14,900. Call Ron 610-384-7011 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY 2 unit commercial property, long term tenants / leases, tenants pay all utilities and most repairs, net inc $26,412 price $285,000 neg make offer. Text or call 717-898-3883 David Yoder 0r 717-569-2222 RE/MAX Pinnacle



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ITEMS WANTED 10K, 14K, 18K, STERLING. Platinum, estate jewelry, diamonds & coins. (Damaged & Scrap Gold). Single pieces or entire estates 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 AT SUSQUEHANNA COIN, Willow Valley Square, our 39th year paying top prices for gold, silver, coins, jewelry, sterling, etc. 717-464-4016. BRITISH MOTORCYCLES WANTED Triumph, Norton, BSA, etc., running or not. I pay more. 484-252-1708, anytime.

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12 - MERCHANDISER - Manheim Township Edition - January 15, 2020

LAUNCH Music Festival Scheduled The LAUNCH Music Conference and Festival will return to downtown Lancaster from Thursday to Sunday, April 30 to May 3. The event will feature more than 15 hours of panels, one-on-one industry mentoring, and more than 170 live performances across all genres, on 12 stages. Now entering its 12th year, LAUNCH Music Conference will bring together musicians, music industry professionals and music

lovers from all over the world for a weekend of instruction, networking, and entertainment. The event will showcase artists ranging from Grammy Award nominees to high school upstarts. LAUNCH will feature respected, relevant industry experts who will speak on panels, mentor musicians and attend conferences. The LAUNCH Music Conference and Festival aims to serve aspiring musicians and industry

professionals, employing the expertise of an array of industry professionals while maintaining low pricing for all attendees and free attendance for those who submitted for performance consideration. For the fourth year in a row, FEST Friday will be held at Binns Park, which is directly across the street from LAUNCH’s home base at the Holiday Inn Downtown. This “event within the event” will

feature various artists on multiple stages, food trucks, beverages, and more. This year, FEST Friday will coincide with Downtown Lancaster’s First Friday tradition. Bands, artists, media members and industry representatives can register, submit to perform and book lodging at Single-day, weekend and VIP passes are available for purchase on the website.

BREAKOUT MINISTRIES: Senior Pastors Ron & Mary Buch; Sundays at 10am. Contemporary worship & messages of freedom, healing & deliverance. Children’s ministry; nursery through Sr. High. Coffee & snacks before & after the Service. Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting 7-8pm; Women’s & Men’s Bible Study the 2nd & 4th Wed. 6-7 pm. Local & international outreaches. 2400 Anita Court, Leola, PA 17540 (717)656-8366

HIGHLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: 500 East Roseville Rd., Lancaster; off Rt. 272 / Oregon Pike. Join us this Sunday for worship & education: 9:30am traditional worship.; 10:00am Sunday school; 11am contemporary worship. Child care available. (717) 569-2651

ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN TRANSFIGURATION ORTHODOX CHURCH: 26 Copperfield Circle, Lititz (Corner of 501 and E Newport Rd). Fr Alexander Goussetis. Phone: 717-725-1861 Sunday Schedule: 9:00am Hours: 9:30am Divine Liturgy.

LANDIS VALLEY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP: 2420 Kissel Hill Road, Lancaster. 717589-6051. SUN. WORSHIP SERVICE 9:30am, Sunday School for all ages 10:45am.Children’s Church & Nursery. Handicap Accessible. SAINT JOHN NEUMANN CATHOLIC CHURCH: 601 East Delp Rd., Lancaster, PA 17601 (Off the Oregon Pike, within Valleybrook Condominiums Development - 3 miles North of Rt. 30 Exit at Oregon Pike). Phone (717) 5698531; Website: e-mail: Weekend Mass Schedule: Saturday, 4:00 p.m. with Reconciliation at 2:30 p.m.; Sunday, 7:30 a.m., 9 a.m., 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. Rev. Daniel F.X. Powell. Ample parking handicapped accessible. ST. MATTHEW LUTHERAN CHURCH: 700 Pleasure Road, Lancaster, PA 17601. Robin Fero, Pastor. Worship Services are Saturday at 5 p.m. (spoken), and Sunday at 10 a.m. (with music). Coffee and Adult Class at 9 a.m. You are invited. For more information, call (717) 394-9607 or e-mail: Website:

The Lancaster County 4-H Livestock Club (beef, dairy beef, market goats, swine and sheep) will hold its reorganizational meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 21, in

the Farm and Home Center auditorium, 1383 Arcadia Road, Lancaster, with registration starting at 7 p.m. Parents are encouraged to attend this meeting with their youths; a completed enrollment form needs to be handed in at this meeting. To request enrollment information prior to the meeting, readers may contact the Lancaster County Extension office at 717-394-6851 or Lancaster Enrollment dues per member are payable at this meeting. Readers may call Emily Welk at 717-394-6851 for more information about the 4-H livestock program. The Saddle Cinches 4-H Horse Club will also hold a reorganizational meeting on Thursday, Jan. 23, at Mount Pleasant Brethren in Christ Church, 1756 Mount Pleasant Road, Mount Joy. This

informational meeting will start at 6:45 p.m. and is intended for new member inquiries and for returning members. It is required that members bring a parent/legal guardian to the meeting; there is a set club enrollment membership fee for the year. Contact Diane Edmond at 717-330-1880 or dianemedmond@ or visit www.facebook .com/groups/saddlecinches for more information.

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!” ZION EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH/ EAST PETERSBURG: 1905 Broad Street, East Petersburg. Rev. Benjamin S. Erzkus, Senior Pastor. Worship service at 1030 a.m. Nursery care provided. Sunday School for all ages 9 a.m. Ample parking and handicapped accessible. For more information, call (717) 5691359 or email Website

Attend Church this Sunday

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



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