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PAWS and The Dogs’ Den will hold a low-cost vaccine and microchipping clinic on Saturday, Oct. 13, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the War Memorial Building, 54 W. Main St., Leola, in the back parking lot. Distemper, rabies and Bordetella vaccinations will be administered for a fee per vaccine. Microchips will also be available for a set price, which includes registration. All pets must be on a leash or in a pet carrier. Breeders will not be serviced. For details, contact 717-9578122, ext. 5, or SPECIAL SERVICE

2620 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird-in-Hand, will hold a special service on Sunday, Sept. 30, featuring a blessing of the animals. The service will follow the church’s normal 9 a.m. worship service. Attendees may bring pets and livestock to be blessed. The blessing of the animals service will be held in the parking lot, under a large canopy, but attendees should provide cover in the case of inclement weather. Everyone is welcome to stay for a potluck lunch afterwards. WOMEN’S PROGRAM

Paradise Bible Fellowship Church, located at Route 30 and Singer Avenue, Paradise, is holding its fall women’s Bible study, “Facing Your Giants” by Max Lucado, on Tuesdays from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The study began on Sept. 11 and will continue for eight weeks. Women are welcome to join after the first session. Call the church office at 717-687-7577 for more information.

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Word UP Ministries To Start Sunday Worship By Marcella Peyre-Ferry

Word UP Community Ministries will begin holding contemporary-style Sunday worship services on Sept. 23 at the Dutchland building, 160 Route 41, Gap. A café will open at 10 a.m., followed by the worship service at 10:45 a.m. “If you don’t have a church (and) you don’t have a place to gather, we want you to check us out,” said Buck Mowday, one of the founders of Word UP Ministries. “At 10 a.m., the Word UP Café will be open, so people can come and get coffee or just hang out with other people, meet people and develop some new friendships.” The location for services is being provided by Dutchland at its company headquarters. Mowday is appreciative to property owners Lee and Ben Kauffman for leasing the space and supporting the ministry. To make it possible to use the location as a church, a Sadsbury Township See Word UP Ministries pg 5

Organization Aids Homeless In Two Counties By Ann Mead Ash

“We try to live out the parable of the Good Samaritan. We recognize people … who are hurting and suffering in our communities. We meet them where they’re at, and we respond with generosity and compassion,” said Nate Hoffer, chief executive officer of Good Samaritan Services, when he spoke recently at a meeting of the New Holland Area Kiwanis Club. Good Samaritan, with locations in Ephrata, Lancaster, Coatesville, and Phoenixville, was founded as the Good Samaritan Shelter in 2002 when several Phoenixville-area churches joined forces to help area residents who were struggling, especially with housing. The Ephrata location provides an 8,000square-foot homeless shelter to as See Good Samaritan pg 8

Lead follower Buck Mowday (left) and board member Lloyd Murphy from Word UP Community Ministries invite the community to attend Sunday worship that will begin on Sept. 23 at the Dutchland building in Gap. A café will open at 10 a.m., followed by the service at 10:45 a.m.

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According to Clara Ames, executive director of No Longer Alone Ministries (NLAM), the organization’s Fall Ministry Banquet and Silent Auction is more than a fundraiser; it is a chance for those who support the ministry to catch up or get to know each other better. “There’s a time for good conversation “Journeys of Hope” is the theme for the No (and) fellowship,” said Ames. Longer Alone Ministries fall banquet to be held “(It’s a chance) to reconnect at Calvary Church, 1051 Landis Valley Road, (or) meet new friends.” Lancaster, on Oct. 4. NLAM will hold its annual fundraiser, based on the theme will begin at 5:30 p.m. in the vestibule. “Journeys of Hope,” on Thursday, Doors will open at 6 p.m., and dinner Oct. 4, at Calvary Church, 1051 Landis will be served at 6:30 p.m. A silent auction, which will open at Valley Road, Lancaster. Registration See NLAM Banquet pg 7




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Julie Haney, dance teacher with Cavod Academy, is excited to be instructing students in a new program the academy is developing for students with special needs. “Intro to Dance is for (students) age 13 and up,” said Haney, who has experience teaching students with developmental disabilities. Two classes, which are being held weekly, will explore a variety of types of dance. Students who take the class will have the opportunity to perform in Cavod’s annual recital. Intro to Dance classes are held on Mondays from 4 to 5 p.m. and on Thursdays from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. at Cavod, 665 W. Main St., New Holland. Savannah Huyard is teaching one of the See Cavod pg 10

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will sponsor a program titled “A Colonial Philadelphia Visitor ... John Bartram” on Thursday, Sept. 20, at 7 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church, 221 E. Main St., New Holland. The speaker will be Kirk Brown, who is well known in the gardening world for his interpretation of the early American botanist John Bartram. Brown will inform his audience of Bartram’s gardening discoveries and exploits. Guests are welcome to attend; there is a nominal guest fee. For more information, call 717-768-7676 or email

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Moms in Prayer International groups in Lancaster County are preparing for their weekly meetings during the school year. Founded in 1984, Moms in Prayer is a worldwide organization of mothers and other women in more than 140 countries around the world who gather to pray together for children of all ages and for schools. During each one-hour meeting, attendees take part in four types of prayer: praise, silent confession, thanksgiving, and intercession. In addition to traditional/one-school groups, there are a variety of other groups, including churchbased, homeschool, preschool, special-needs, military, and college groups, as well as a

Visitors shopped for bargains and selected from a variety of food items available for purchase at the 2017 Lancaster-Lebanon IU 13 Social Work Fund Yard Sale. The 2018 sale will be held on Saturday, Sept. 15, from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the parking lot of the Burle Business Park on New Holland Avenue in Lancaster. may also be used to cover field trip expenses, school supplies, school lunches, bus passes, groceries, gas, and other necessities. Bruey noted that last year’s yard sale raised nearly $3,000 for the fund. Other fundraisers that the group holds during the year include pretzel sales, a dressdown day, a dinner at a local restaurant, and a paint night.

growing prison ministry. Moms in Prayer has also announced Bless Our School Sunday, which will take place on Sunday, Sept. 16. On that date, church members around the world will pray for the students, teachers, and school staff members in their congregations. A total of more than 700 churches from 20 countries have participated in Bless Our Schools Sunday since 2010. For more information, readers may visit www.Moms Individuals may locate a group through this website or by contacting Sue Forry, area coordinator, at 717-475-5157 or 4stepsof

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Funds raised by space rentals at the annual Lancaster-Lebanon IU 13 yard sale are donated to the IU 13 Social Work Fund, which can cover a variety of needs of IU 13 students. “Social workers (recently) used the funds to help a family facing eviction,” noted Carrie Bruey, IU 13 supervisor of autism solutions, which provides individualized psychological supports for children with autism. The 2018 sale, which is the fund’s largest benefit event, will be held on Saturday, Sept. 15, from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the parking lot of the Burle Business Park on New Holland Avenue in Lancaster. The rain date for the event will be Saturday, Sept. 22. In 2017, the sale attracted nearly 60 vendors. The number of vendors taking part in the fundraiser has grown steadily since 2011, when the first sale was held. Most years, at least 50 vendors have rented spaces at the event.

According to organizers, vendors will offer personal care products, makeup, crafts, jewelry, DVDs, produce, and handmade items, among others. Bruey noted that vendors selling a variety of merchandise take part in the event, including representatives of home-based businesses and families selling outgrown clothing, toys, and other household items. In addition to raising funds from space rentals, IU 13 employees sell food at the event. This year’s menu will include breakfast sandwiches and coffee in the morning and hot dogs, baked goods, and cold beverages at lunch time. Approximately 200 IU 13 employees help organize the yard sale. About 40 employees are onsite on the day of the event, and many more donate food to be sold. Helping families avoid eviction is just one way the Social Work Fund aids students. The fund also helps cover clothing costs or medication for IU 13 students. Funds


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Auction from pg 1 The 42nd annual Brethren Disaster Relief Auction will be held at the Lebanon Valley Expo Center on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 21 and 22, beginning at 9 a.m. The auction, in cooperation with the Atlantic Northeast and Southern Districts of the Church of the Brethren, began in 1977 and has provided more than $15,000,000 in disaster relief to victims of natural disasters both in the U.S. and internationally. Funds raised by the auction not only pay for emergency supplies for disaster victims, but also support volunteer disaster relief trips throughout the year. In the past few years, funds and volunteers from the auction have helped immediate relief efforts and longterm cleanup and rebuilding from hurricanes in Florida and Louisiana to a tornado in Campbelltown. The event will include the general auction, the children’s auction, the quilt auction, the themed basket auction, the silent auction, the heifer auction, the coin auction and two pole barn auctions. The two-day event may have as many as five auctions happening simultaneously. Children’s activities this year will include the children’s auction, specializing in new items for children to be bid on only by children. A Children’s Store will offer quality used items at reasonable

prices, and a balloon artist will create balloon animals for children. Also available for children, weather permitting, will be free barrel train rides, pony rides for a nominal donation, facepainting and a concert by Phredd. The event will include a car show and a 5K Run for Relief, as well as an area for vendors of crafts and art. A farmers market will offer fresh produce and baked goods, including pies, made-on-site Amish doughnuts, soft pretzels, and pizza. New this year will be a tractor show and Artisan Alley, located in the East Hall, which is a collection of gourmet food eateries and juried artisans. It will feature specialty coffees, German pastries, Thai rolled ice cream treats, pickles, artisan bread, specialty nuts, and pots. To learn more about the auction, readers may visit, call 717-723-6863 on the day of the auction, or pick up an auction booklet at local retailers.

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Word UP Ministries from pg 1 zoning ordinance had to be changed. That took four months to accomplish with the support of the township supervisors, and now there is an occupancy permit for the church. Meanwhile, for the past year and a half, Word UP has been holding monthly “Soup, Sandwich and Talk” events at the Gap Fire Hall on the last Thursday of the month at 6 p.m. During these gatherings, everyone is invited to enjoy food and fellowship, with an opportunity to hear God’s Word. The “Soup, Sandwich and Talk” evening on Thursday, Sept. 27, will be held at Gap Fire Hall, 802 Pequea Ave., Gap, and then the events will relocate to Dutchland for the October session and onward. Mowday noted that when the gathering moves to Dutchland in October, there will be no formal sermon format. Rather, the “talk” portion of the evening will include a group discussion. Mowday draws inspiration for Word UP Community Ministries from a Bible passage brought to his attention more than 20 years ago by Ann and Jonas Beiler when he started his ministry with Victory Chapel. The passage, Isaiah 43:19, states “See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the desert and streams in the wasteland.” “About three years ago, the Holy Spirit reminded me of this Scripture, that God wants to do a new thing. For me, and for Word UP, I believe this is the new thing,” Mowday said. Mowday will be the pastor, but he will be taking a different title - lead follower. “Christ will be the Shepherd, I’m going to be the lead follower and other folks that come will be the followers,”

he said. The focus of the church is on service. “We want to serve God by serving others. We’re going to stay focused on that and look for opportunities to do that in Gap and the surrounding community,” Mowday said. Putting together a new church is a big task. “There are a lot of people to thank. First and foremost to thank is my Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ, for all that He’s done in my life over the years,” Mowday said. “I have a great wife, Verna, that supports me and encourages me in ministry and two great couples, Lloyd and Gail Murphy and Rodney and Stephanie Smoker, who are on the board supporting this whole vision.” “It has been a while working on getting this together,” Lloyd

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have the chance to get personalized help from APPRISE Medicare counselors at numerous locations during the Open Enrollment Period this year. APPRISE Counselors offer impartial assistance to Medicare beneficiaries so they can receive the most comprehensive healthcare and prescription coverage possible at the best price possible. They also screen beneficiaries to determine eligibility for several benefit programs that can help with the costs of Medicare and prescription coverage. Those who are already in a Medicare Advantage Plan or a Part D Prescription Drug Plan can make an appointment to meet with an APPRISE counselor during the Open Enrollment Period by contacting Lancaster County Office of Aging at 717-299-7979 or 800-8013070 or emailing aging@ A list of locations and dates for Annual Enrollment Period appointments is as follows: Adamstown Public Library, 3000 N. Reading Road, Adamstown, on Monday, Nov. 5, from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Denver Borough Hall, 501 Main St., Denver, on Friday, Oct. 19, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Elizabethtown Area Senior


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recounts her experience with a family member struggling with mental illness. Downing’s topic will be “Sparks of Redemptive Grace: Seeking and Seeing God Amid a Loved One’s Mental Illness.” “Downing and her husband have walked this journey with their now-adult son who struggles with bipolar disorder,” explained Ames. Downing is a trained teacher with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Family-to-Family classes. She is a former missionary who currently works with faith-based nonprofit

MCCL Names New Board Member The Mennonite Children’s Choir of Lancaster (MCCL) recently named Diana Locke as the newest member of its advisory board. Locke works for Community Justice Project to help survivors of domestic violence and other abuse in immigration law matters. Locke studied law in New York and rural Colorado and has served in the Americorps-affiliated volunteer program where she met her husband, Thomas. Approximately 10 years ago, Locke and her family moved back to Lancaster, her hometown, to be closer to her parents. She and her family attend Lancaster Friends Meeting. Locke is the parent of two Concert Choir singers. The 170-voice choir includes Carol Choir, for grades two through five; Concert Choir, for grades six through eight; Chamber Choir, for grades nine through 12; and Men’s Ensemble, for males in Chamber Choir. In addition to the auditioned performing choirs, MCCL offers two non-auditioned classes: Prelude Music for kindergarteners through grade one and Choristers, for grades two

through eight. The mission of MCCL is training children and youths to glorify Jesus Christ through excellent choral singing. The choir’s repertoire reflects the musical diversity of the church around the world and through time. The choirs and the Prelude Music program are open to children from all church backgrounds and are sponsored by Lancaster Mennonite School as a service to the community.

organizations as a communications consultant. She has been lauded for her compassion and vulnerability in sharing her story. Special music for the event will be provided by Peggy Grabowski, and local radio personality Lisa Landis will serve as master of ceremonies. Ames noted that a plated meal, with entrée options including pecan-crusted salmon, chicken cordon bleu, and a vegan gluten-free option of quinoa black bean saute, will

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many as 35 women and children per day. The Phoenixville shelter for single men can also house 35. The Lancaster and Coatesville offices focus on permanent housing. “Our staff (in those offices) help single mothers stay in their (homes),” explained Hoffer. “Our program will step in with rental assistance to keep (a mother and) her children in housing to prevent them from having to come to the shelter.” Hoffer added that the process of being uprooted and moved to a shelter is especially difficult on children, who may struggle with poor academic performance and even health issues related to homelessness. Hoffer noted that Good Samaritan may spend up to $9,000 per month in rental assistance helping people stay in their homes, translating to serving up to 65 children each day through its programs. According to Hoffer, the Good Samaritan model utilizes a holistic approach that includes financial assistance, professional social workers, and mentor volunteers

from local churches to surround a single mother with support. “We do weekly budgeting, life coaching, and mentoring (with our clients),” said Hoffer, who added that the children the organization serves receive help as well. “We help children learn to read and write,” he said. “We focus on building the literacy skills to give (children) the tools they need to succeed.” The Ephrata shelter can accommodate a woman and her children from six months up to two years, giving the family the time necessary to secure affordable housing. Hoffer added that unfortunately about 60 to 70 percent of the families living in the shelter have fled abusive situations. “Domestic violence is the third leading cause of homelessness among women nationally,” said Hoffer, who added that Good Samaritan receives referrals from local churches that appreciate the shelter because it is safe, secure, and staffed by professional social workers. Good Samaritan Services is a

private, nonprofit, faith-based organization that is fully dependent on the community for support. “It costs $23 per day per person to provide shelter, food, supplies, and case management services,” said Hoffer. “We pride ourselves on being efficient.” Hoffer noted that the organization applies for grants and holds several yearly fundraising events. “About 25 percent comes from grants and about 25 percent from fundraising,” he stated. Adding lighthearted moments into the lives of those it serves is also a goal of Good Samaritan. “We try to have fun,” said Hoffer. “We hold a Christmas party, and once a year, we visit a miniature horse farm to take the (children and their mothers) for an outing,” added Hoffer, who lauded an Ephrata bakery that provides birthday parties for the children at the shelter. Hoffer noted that one of the most valuable resources Good Samaritan can give to its clients is time. “We have professional social workers to help clients achieve their goals, but that takes time,” said Hoffer. “There are often a number of issues (involved) that

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Nate Hoffer, executive director of Good Samaritan Services, recently spoke at a meeting of the New Holland Area Kiwanis Club. The nonprofit organization helps those facing homelessness in locations in both Lancaster and Chester counties.


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Derby Rollers Post Event The Dutchland Derby Rollers will kick off the second half of its season on Saturday, Sept. 15, against the Greensboro B Team at Overlook Activities Center, 301 Golf Drive, Lancaster. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m., and the action will begin at 6 p.m. To learn more, readers may visit

Roundtable Plans Meeting The Lancaster Civil War Roundtable will meet on Thursday, Sept. 20, at 6:30 p.m. at the Lititz Public Library, 651 Kissel Hill Road, Lititz. David Meisky will give a history on Confederate currency, which was used by the Southern states around the time of the Civil War. A history graduate of George Mason University, Meisky retired from the Fairfax County Public Library. He has been a Civil War re-enactor for a number of years and started a living historian portrayal as “Extra Billy” Smith in the spring of 2008 and as a Confederate army paymaster, which allows him to display and discuss his collection of period currencies. As an infantry private, he has served for a number of years with a group called the Fairfax Rifles, Company D of the 17th Virginia Infantry Regiment. The roundtable programs are free and open to the public. For more information, readers may call Micky at 717-940-7411.

The Lancaster County Bird Club will meet on Thursday, Sept. 13, at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of the Farm and Home Center, 1383 Arcadia Road, Lancaster. Education outreach staff from a zoo in Hershey will present “Paws, Claws, Scales, and Tails.” The program will be suitable for all age groups. The staff will bring live animals and present about the adaptations animals use for survival in the wild, including defense, foraging, eating, swimming, and escaping predators. Also at the meeting, the winners of the Len Eiserer Photo Competition will be honored. A short business meeting will precede the program. The public is invited to attend free of charge and may call 717-3932546 or 717-984-2738 with questions. More information about the club can be found at and on Facebook by searching for “Lancaster Bird Club.”


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are more than physical. “It has opened a window (for Lydia),� said Helen, who added that Lydia had always dreamed of becoming an Olympic gymnast. “Even though (Lydia) recognizes she can’t do gymnastics, her (dance) recitals have been amazing.� Helen also spoke glowingly of Lydia’s experience meeting other students at Cavod. “She hasn’t had a lot of contact with other students, but when she has (met them), they have been welcoming and kind,� said Helen. “That doesn’t always come naturally, (so) that speaks highly of the academy, (and) it means so much to (Lydia).� Intro to Dance will delve into a number of types of dance, including jazz, modern, and hiphop, but Haney said she plans to start with a focus on ballet. “Students will come in, stretch, work at the bar practicing positions and steps, (perform) some technical work, and then do across-the-floor progression

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each person is a foundational concept at the academy. “Cavod is a perfect place for (this) program because of the loving and accepting atmosphere here,� said Dienner. “No one will be treated differently. It’s about who you are as a person and not what you can or cannot do.� Twenty-two-year-old Lydia Leibee of New Holland has taken private dance lessons at Cavod for some time, but this fall as a member of the Intro to Dance program, she will take a class at Cavod for the first time. Lydia, who has taken worship dance with lyrical dance mixed in, shared that she loved taking lessons at the academy. “My teacher is awesome,� said Lydia, who noted that Huyard has been reassuring and always takes time to pray with her when she asks. Lydia’s mother, Helen, said that Lydia likes dancing because it gives her exercise and energy, but she added that the benefits

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type steps,� said Haney, who added that she plans to end each class with some imaginative guided dance to reinforce freedom and joy of movement. Dienner noted that the students with developmental disabilities taking private lessons have enjoyed their accomplishments. “The students ... here have just blossomed,� she said. “We thought, ‘Let’s start a program where they can learn to dance at a (comfortable) pace, with a goal of transitioning students into another class as their capabilities improve.’� Dienner noted that a limited number of scholarships are available to cover half of the cost of a class. Classes began the week of Aug. 27, but it is not too late to register. Readers who would like to sign up or apply for a scholarship may visit Individuals who have questions about the new class may call 717-354-3355. to 8 p.m. People age 12 and up may participate. Attendees will make woodcut relief prints and learn about native tree species, tree growth and conservation. During Squirreling Around on Saturday, Sept. 15, from 10 to 11 a.m., participants will take a hike through Central Park and learn how squirrels prepare for the winter. Afterward, the group will head back to the nature center, where each attendee will make their own make squirrel and drey (nest) to take home. Wonderful World of Leaves will be offered on Sept. 15 from 1 to 2 p.m. Attendees will help conduct a science experiment revealing the real colors of leaves. As part of the activity, attendees will take a short walk and learn how to identify common trees. The program is appropriate for people age 6 and up.


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The organizers of Susquehanna Old-Fashioned Field Days, including (from left) Darl Williams, Earl Fuhrman, Mitch Bernhard, Ron Bernhard, Tonya Bernhard, and Kevin Baker, invite the community to enjoy the free two-day festival celebrating agricultural history on Sept. 15 and 16 at Conoy Park in Bainbridge. its core. Churches and civic organizations such as the Bainbridge Fire Company, Bainbridge Lions Club, and Elizabethtown Jaycees prepare and serve a variety of food and beverages for attendees to purchase. Local Boy Scouts assist with parking, trash, and crowd management. For more information, readers may find “Susquehanna OldFashioned Field Days” on Facebook or call 717-572-6144.

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Each year the dedicated residents who organize Susquehanna Old-Fashioned Field Days decide on a different agricultural process or antiquity to feature at the two-day event, and this year’s theme was chosen at the suggestion of numerous individuals. Bells, whistles, and poultry items - new and old, of all shapes and sizes will be on display for folks to view and learn a bit of history. Organizer Darl Williams has amassed quite a collection of bells and whistles, including several worn by horses pulling the famous Conestoga wagons. In those days, bells announced that a team of horses was coming and signaled to people and animals alike to get out of the way. “Anyone can bring stuff that day to display, and there’s already been a fair amount of people who said they’re bringing these items,” said organizer Ron Bernhard, adding that train whistles and steam whistles will also be among the selection. Poultryrelated items can encompass anything from old feeders to signs, memorabilia, and more. “You’d

will take place on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 15 and 16, at Conoy Park, 2115 River Road, Bainbridge. Admission and parking will be free. Antique tractors, hit-andmiss engines, model engines, and other items will round out the machinery exhibits. Revolutionary War and Civil War reenactors will be set up on both days. A variety of live demonstrations will include rope making, apple cider pressing, shingle sawing, and blacksmithing. Craft vendors will also be onsite offering a variety of handmade goods for sale. Organizers encourage families to take advantage of all that the festival has to offer for children. Barrel train rides, hayrides, shelled corn boxes, free pumpkins, a petting zoo, carnival-style games, and other activities will be available for children to enjoy on both days. On Sept. 15, the event will kick off with breakfast available for purchase beginning at 7 a.m. Breakfast will be available on Sept. 16 at 7 a.m., as well. An opening ceremony will take place at 9 a.m. on Sept. 15, and the youths’ and children’s fishing


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In a Section Three match against Lancaster Mennonite, the Pequea Valley girls’ tennis team cruised to a 7-0 victory, winning its first league match of the season. The Braves improved to 5-0 overall. Each of the three doubles pairings worked in Pequea’s favor as Sophia Weaver and Naomi Feister first posed an 8-1 victory followed by Adalie Clemmer and Kristin Huenink, who won the second doubles by an 8-0 margin. Ryleigh Kurtz and Hope Fisher were just as dominant, defeating Kate Hoober and Olivia Beiler 8-1. Weaver came away with straight set wins at number one singles (6-1, 6-1) Fiester won the second singles while Clemmer (6-2, 6-0) took the number three singles. Kurtz made it a singles sweep with a defeat of Elleah Stillman. FIELD HOCKEY The Pequea Valley Braves faced a relentless barrage of shots in their Wednesday afternoon LancasterLebanon League field hockey match with Annville-Cleona. With 35 shots on goal, the Little Dutchmen posted a

10-0 victory, highlighted by hat tricks from Grace Renninger and Emily Brightbill. In addition to the hat tricks, Lauren Schrader came through with three assists for the visitors. Pequea Valley fell to 0-2 on the year. Goalkeeper Jordan Melson came through with 25 saves in a match that would have been overwhelming for most keepers. The Braves are looking to find the scoring groove early in this 2018 campaign. Their only other match of the season thus far was a 7-0 setback against league foe Lancaster Country Day, which was played on Friday at Kinzers. Two more league games are scheduled in this coming week - Lancaster Mennonite and Elco. FOOTBALL Sometimes a victory isn’t what is tallied in points on the scoreboard at the end of a game; it can be an effort that boosts a team’s morale and gains momentum into its next game. The Pequea Valley football team came into Friday night’s L-L League game having scored only six points in its first two contests. The Braves were trailing Lebanon

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The Braves’ Naomi Feister, left, and Sophia Weaver teamed up to defeat Lancaster Mennonite’s Anika Hurst and Madeleine Gerz, 8-1, at doubles to help Pequea Valley to a 7-0 Section Three win at home last Tuesday.

37-0 at halftime as Isaiah Rodriguez had thrown touchdown passes of 37 yards and 52 yards in addition to Jahlil Young breaking through the Braves’ defense for a 70-yard scamper to the end zone. The Cedars (1-2; 1-1 in league) added to that lead with a 57-yard fumble return by Andrew Bowers. “We were down 44-0 in the second half,” head coach Mike Choi pointed out. “It’s easy to feel sorry for yourself and not go out to give maximum effort. But our guys realized they had an opportunity to play a tough second half. They believed in themselves, the coaches and the program to come out Photo by Connor Hollinger and play the way they did. We played Pequea Valley’s Ryleigh Kurtz defeated Lancaster Mennonite’s better defense too. I’m proud of our Elleah Stillman, 8-5, in a pro-set to add a team point to the guys.” Braves’ 7-0 Section Three victory over Lancaster Mennonite last From that point on, the Braves Tuesday in Kinzers. outscored the Cedars 26-14. The final

score of 58-26 dropped Pequea’s record to 0-3 (0-2 in league). But the offense started to fire on the right cylinders. The Braves first scored on Dylan Jackson’s 10-yard run. Following another big play score by the Cedars, which came in the form of Leighton Rivera’s 61-yard run, Brandon Hershey powered his way over the goal line for another PV touchdown. “Brandon had 130 yards rushing,” Choi pointed out. “He is our power back. He’s going to hit the hole going hard and run with authority. “Dylan Jackson is very dangerous,” continued the coach. “He has the ability to elude tacklers. You can’t get a square tackle on him. He has incredible vision. “Having those guys play off each other helped keep the defense off

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balance,” said Choi. “I’m excited to see how those two will help our offense going forward. They are the motor that makes our offense go.” Jackson scored two more touchdowns and was on the receiving end of a two-point PAT. He had a five-yard rushing TD followed by the two-point conversion - a pass from John Smith. He also caught a four-yard TD pass from Smith, the junior quarterback. Choi talked about how the growing process involves both players and coaching staff. “We only had one scrimmage game and we had an earlier start to the season,” he pointed out. “Offensively, in the first half, it takes a little from the coaching staff to understand what you have - what the players are good at. You usually get it by the second or third game.

“We started to figure out who we are in the second half of this game,” he added. The understaffed Braves, who dressed only 24 players for the game and lost a player to injury early on, will host Columbia this Friday night. “We don’t have a ton of depth but we go out and give a strong effort each and every game,” said Choi. BOYS’ SOCCER Heading into the weekend, it was feast or famine for the boys’ soccer team. The Braves pounded league opponent Lebanon 7-0 on Friday afternoon, scoring four times in the first half alone as they directed 20 shots on goal in the match. On Saturday, the squad played to a scoreless draw with Tulpehocken in a nonleague road game with Nehemiah Glick saving seven shots to help the


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PV’s Kristin Huenink, left, and Adalie Clemmer blanked Lancaster Mennonite’s Sarah Steckbeck and Elleah Stillman, 8-0, at number two doubles to help the Braves shut out the visiting Blazers, 7-0, last Tuesday.

Braves (3-0-1) earn at least a draw. The victory over the Cedars improved the Braves’ L-L League mark to 2-0-0. T.J. Hershey was the offensive hero, recording a hat trick. Josh Gingrich came away with two goals while Josh Bailey and Nevin Stoltzfus each netted one goal. Brandon Ratjavong and Josh Heinrich each came through with an assist while Glick made five saves to record a shutout. The Braves had outscored opponents 18-2 coming into the Tulpehocken

game. Half of those goals came in a 9-1 defeat of Northern Lebanon on Wednesday. Pequea’s offense was efficient with nine scores coming on 15 shots on goal. Hershey’s goal came just 3:00 into the game and Elijah Jenkins, who also had an assist on the day, made it 2-0 in the 10th minute. Heinrich, who finished with a hat trick and two assists, made it 3-0 prior to the midway point of the first half. He scored two quick goals in the 43rd

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and 46th minute of the match with Hershey’s second goal of the game sandwiched in between. Gingrich also scored one of the four first-half goals while Josh Jarvis and Ryan Stoltzfus each added one in the second half. Nevin Stoltzfus had an assist while Winston Thomas dished out two assists. Glick faced only two shots on goal and claimed one save. GIRLS’ SOCCER In girls’ soccer, Pequea Valley (2-01) claimed its first league win with a 4-0 shutout of Lebanon on Friday. In the home game against the Cedars, the Braves had one goal each from four different goal scorers - Megan Rogers, Brittany Shirk, Alyssa Yoder and Abby Stoltzfus. The Braves were in attack mode for

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CHI St. Joseph Children’s Health will hold “Creating Healthy Communities: An Evening With Former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro” on Tuesday, Oct. 23. The lecture portion of the event will take place from 7:15 to 9:15 p.m. at the Ware Center, 42 N. Prince St., Lancaster. Members of the public may also attend an optional VIP dinner and reception beginning at 5 p.m. at Carr’s Restaurant, 50 W. Grant St., Lancaster. During the event, Castro will share about the challenges and opportunities he encountered when striving to create healthy and thriving communities, both locally and nationwide. He will speak about how his faith influenced his passion for improving the lives of individuals and families in the communities he has served. Castro served under President Barack Obama as the 16th secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) from 2014 to 2017. He oversaw 8,000 employees and a budget of $46 billion. Before serving as secretary, Castro was mayor of San Antonio, Texas. In March 2010, Castro was named to the World Economic Forum’s list of Young

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The Circle Legacy Center (CLC) will present its Second Friday program on Friday, Sept. 14, from 7 to 9 p.m. at Community Mennonite Church, 328 W. Orange St., Lancaster. Attendees should enter the basement via the last door on Concord Street. After an introduction by CLC board member Sandi Cianciulli, attendees will view the awardwinning film “What Was Ours.� For more details, visit

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Music by: The Horst Brothers Come on out for an evening of entertainment. bring your lawn chairs and enjoy the music, benifiting Merv Nolt, who is suering from CADISIL (an inherited condition that causes strokes and other impairment). All proceeds will go towards his treatments.

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current weed, insect and disease issues in Pennsylvania. Certified Crop Advisor CEUs and pesticide credits from Delaware and New Jersey have been approved for the meeting. Pennsylvania and West Virginia pesticide credits are pending. Each session will have a separate sign-in sheet for Pennsylvania, Maryland, and CCA credits, so participants may attend as many sessions as they want. The fee includes a catered lunch. The registration deadline is Thursday, Sept. 13.

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Teal Sisters Seek To Raise Awareness and laughing, we’d (raise) some awareness, because ovarian cancer Kate Green, Kathy Kuhns, Mauis silent,” explained Green. “But reen Lewandowski, and Connie we’re not silent about it.” Radziewicz are just a few of the 20To jumpstart those efforts, the plus women who make up the Teal Teal Sisters marched in the Sisters, a multigenerational supMillersville Parade in 2017, port group for women diagnosed flanked by a teal pickup truck as with ovarian cancer. After crossing they handed out teal mints and lolpaths at the office of Dr. Jacquelipops and information about line Evans, a Lancaster-area ovarian cancer and its symptoms. According to Lewandowski, who leads educational presentations on the topic with other Teal Sisters, ovarian cancer is usually not detected until it has progressed to stage three or four, but early detection can mean the difference between life and death. Lewandowski references the BEAT acronym provided by the NormaLeah Ovarian Cancer Initiative when teaching others about the symptoms, which include: Bloating that is persistent; Eating less, feeling fuller; Abdominal The Teal Sisters, represented by (from left) Kathy Kuhns, Mau- and/or back pain; and Trouble reen Lewandowski, Connie Radziewicz, and Kate Green, are a with bladder and bowels. “The big group of women from Lancaster and York who meet monthly to thing is if the symptom lasts for support each other as they navigate ovarian cancer. They will more than two weeks,” emphabe participating in Turn the Towns Teal during September, sized Lewandowski. Many women are unaware that a Pap test does which is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. gynecologic oncologist, the ladies began meeting together in 2015 on the fourth Tuesday of each month to talk and support one another. Teal is the color that symbolizes ovarian cancer, so the ladies also sport the shade for Teal Tuesdays. “We met informally at each other’s houses but decided in addition to talking about where we were

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not test for ovarian cancer; therefore, Lewandowski urges women to be their own advocate and request an ovarian cancer screening if they are experiencing any symptoms. “All of our stories are different, but every single one of us at one point said something like, ‘Well, I thought it was just fill-in-theblank, but then it wouldn’t go away,’” said Lewandowski. “You don’t want to think you have cancer.” “Most of the people in the group have ovarian cancer, but we’d like to increase awareness for all types of gynecological cancers,” Lewandowski continued. “The important thing for people to know is that there’s treatment. The doctors are very conscious of the quality of your time.” Green added, “Your life does not stop. I went to the China in the middle of my chemotherapy. There are options out there, and if one doesn’t work, you try something else.” The Teal Sisters make it a point to say they are “living with cancer” rather than the commonly heard alternative of “dying with cancer.” “We’re not gloom and doom,” said Radziewicz. In September, which is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, the Teal Sisters will take part in Turn the Towns Teal, a national campaign to promote awareness of the symptoms and risk factors associated with ovarian cancer. The ladies encourage individuals, businesses, and communities throughout Lancaster and York to get involved by displaying biodegradable teal ribbons on their property. Some towns participate by turning fountains teal or lighting up buildings at night with teal spotlights. Lewandowski recalled that the Pennsylvania State Capitol was aglow in teal for the month of September last year. The Teal Sisters will be tying teal ribbons along Hellam Street in Wrightsville and, they hope, in as many other locations as possible. To order teal ribbons and learn more about Turn the Towns Teal, readers may visit www.turn Individuals and organizations that would like to inquire about having the Teal Sisters give an educational presentation on the risk factors and subtle symptoms of ovarian cancer may contact Radziewicz at conniesratt@

Night to Shine will hold a a community networking breakfast on Wednesday, Sept. 19, from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. at Manheim Brethren in Christ Church, 54 N. Penryn Road, Manheim. Attendees will learn how they can participate in the Night to Shine event on Friday, Feb. 8, 2019. To register, readers may visit http://www.GBCLancaster. org/night2shine.

Couples Group Plans Meeting The Susquehanna Valley Couples Connection will present “Under the Shady Apple Tree” on Friday, Sept. 28, at the Lancaster Country Club, 1466 New Holland Pike, Lancaster. A social hour will begin at 6 p.m. Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. Linford Weaver will deliver

“The Shady Maple Story,” and Dave Martin will speak on “God Restores Broken Hearts.” Music will be performed by Sarah Cope. Apple desserts will be available for purchase. There is a cost to attend. For more information, readers may call 717-208-7136.

Come To Our House Of Worship BELLEVUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: (A member congregation of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church): 810 Newport Ave, Gap, PA. Sunday Worship Services 8am & 10:45am, Sunday Schl (for all ages) 9:30am. Nursery provided for both worship Services & Sunday Schl. Youth grps meet Sunday evenings at 6:30pm. Wednesday eveKingdom Kids (ages K-5th grade); children, youth & adult vocal choirs & three bell choirs; Sr. High boys & girls Bible Studies. J.T. Holderman, Pastor. Brad Moger, Asst Pastor 717-442-4077 CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP CHURCH: 758 Spruce Rd., New Holland 717-354-8428. “Building Community with Christ, to Impact a World without Christ” Pastor: Dr. Doug Bozung. Sunday Blended Worship 8:15 & 10:45 am, Sunday School & Adult Bible Fellowship 9:40 am. Traditional Worship 9:40 am; Wednesday Programs for all ages 7 pm, many other connection points throughout the week. More info at:; Hearing Assist & Handicap accessible. COMMUNITY BIBLE CHURCH- Line upon line Christ centered Biblical instruction, warm & friendly people, a place to “grow in Grace and Knowledge” 234 Old Leacock Rd Gordonville PA - Sunday School 9:30am Morning Worship 10:35 & Midweek Prayer - Wednesday 7pm- Pastor Sam Furches 717-823-2086 GAP COMMUNITY CHURCH: “Connecting People To Christ For The Journey Of A Lifetime” “The Sunday Experience” starts with the Community Corner Cafe located off of the upper level parking lot opens at 8:30am. Worship Service starts at 10am in the lower level auditorium. During the 10am Worship service both Summit Kids children’s ministry and Anchor Youth junior high ministry are providing an age appropriate Worship service for ages K-5 & grades 6th - 8th. Lead Pastor is Cody Hall. Located at 835 Houston Run Gap Pa 17527 or visit HIGH VIEW CHURCH OF GOD: 2470 Leaman Rd, Ronks is a family-friendly congregation with many opportunities for worship. Worship time Sunday 10:15am. Sunday school classes for nursery-adults available at 9am. Every 4th Sunday evening is the “House of Prayer”. Small group Bible studies & children & youth programs throughout the week. Home of “The Little Lambs Christian Preschool”. Thomas I. Myers (pastor) 717-687-0523 LIGHTHOUSE CHURCH: (AG), 105 Earland Dr., New Holland 717-354-0056, Sunday Worship at 8:45 & 11 am, Christian Education at 10am, all ages including Global University, Nursery provided at all Services, Preschool & Elementary Ministries. Wed. Worship at 7pm, Ignite Student Ministry, LED Young Adults & Children’s Ministries. Life Groups meeting quarterly throughout the County. Rev. Stephen Ritchey- Lead Pastor, Rev. Joseph Cali- Associate & Youth Pastor.

MT. EDEN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH: 1241 May Post Office Rd., Quarryville, (5 mi. South of Strasburg, 3 mi. North of 372). Rev. Donald Costlow, Pastor. Sunday worship service 9:30 am, nursery provided. Sunday School 11 am- all ages. Various ministries, groups available. Youth groups. Limited handicap accessibility. 717786-7565. PARKESBURG WORD OF FAITH CHURCH meets at 501 Lenover Road, Parkesburg. Pastor James Lantz. Powerful, Soul Prospering Meetings Sundays 10am & Fridays at 7pm Wednesday eve. prayer 7p.m. Email: 610-593-2277. PETRA CHURCH: 565 Airport Rd, New Holland. 717-354-5394, Senior Pastors, Lester & Erma Zimmerman. Sunday Worship services at 9am. & 11am. Children’s ministry, infants Grade 4. Vibrant programs for Middle School & High School Students. Handicapped access. Sign interpretation for the hearing impaired, 9am. service. Translation into Spanish, 11am service. REFUGE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Simply teaching the Word of God simply; book by book, chapter by chapter & verse by verse. Sunday Morning 10am with nursery & children’s church up to 6th grade. Wednesday Evening 7pm. 33 South Railroad Ave., New Holland, PA 717-351-3106 SALEM EVANGELICAL REFORMED CHURCH, HELLERS (founded 1725), 2555 Horseshoe Rd. Lancaster. 717656-9249. Adult Sunday School 9am; Worship, Holy Communion 1st Sunday of month (includes Church Hour Nursery) 10:15am; Handicap Acess. Pastor Bruce Tully.; ST. STEPHEN REFORMED CHURCH (Presbyterian Church In America): “A Beacon on the Hill.” The Word of God is central to our worship. Sunday worship at 8:15 and 10:30am with Kingdom’s kids and nursery provided for the 10:30 service. Sunday school for all ages at 9:30am. Choir sings the last Sunday of each month. Youth group on Sundays at 6:30 pm for grades 6th-12th. Lead Pastor: Rev. Dr. Timothy Witmer. 249 East Main Street, New Holland. 717-354-7871. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH: 18 Quarry Rd., Leola (right off Rt. 23) 717-6569200 Rev. Karen E. Larson. Worship Services: Sunday 8am- Traditional, 10:30amContemporary, Wed 6:30pm- casual in the Chapel. Nursery available on Sundays. Sunday Schooldiscipleship learning grps starting at 2yrs of age on Sundays 9:15am from mid- September through May. Youth grps for 4th grade & up. Handicap Acces., Hearing devices. Many service opportunities in Leola & Lancaster. E-mail: follow us at

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Show To Feature Music Of Willie Nelson Gabrielle Stravelli will present Ware Center, 42 N. Prince St., Lan“Pick Up My Pieces: The Music of caster, as part of the Club 42 tourWillie Nelson,” on Friday, Sept. 14, ing artist series. at 7:30 p.m. in the Atrium at the The show is dedicated to the

music and life of Willie Nelson. The show represents the full spectrum of Nelson’s catalog, including early hits like “Three Days” and


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Sale Location: 404 Walnut Run Rd., Strasburg, PA 17579 Built in 2007 is a 3 bedroom, 2 bath 1,848 sq. ft. home with full unfinished basement, Bank barn in need of repairs, Implement shed on a 1.55 acre lot. A great property booming with potential. Surrounded by farmland and woods giving it a private setting. Open house on Sat., Sept. 22 from 1-3 P.M. or call Leon at 484-868-4023 for a private inspection.


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Alongside the music, “Pick Up My Pieces” weaves in stories from Nelson’s personal life and storied career of more than 50 years. Stravelli is an award-winning vocalist, songwriter, and trained actor. She began singing at age 15 as a soloist with the Orchestra of St. Peter by the Sea in New Jersey and now holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. Most recently, Stravelli headlined the 2018 WBGO Jazz on the Mountain Festival, toured Pakistan and Azerbaijan as a United States Department of State Jazz Ambassador, and toured the U.S. to promote her new album, “Dream Ago.” She headlined the 2016 Eleuthera Jazz Festival, a four-country U.S. State Department-sponsored international tour in the American Music Abroad Program, and premiered “Rooms of Light,” a new song cycle by jazz pianist Fred Hersch. She has toured the U.S. with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, premiering Wynton Marsalis’s “Abyssinian: A Gospel Celebration,” and has been featured in 92Y’s Lyrics and Lyricists Series, at the Caramoor Festival, with the

Gabrielle Stravelli Nelson Riddle Orchestra, with the Cincinnati Pops, and with the Santa Rosa Symphony. The Club 42 has a club-style atmosphere offering table seating and the option to purchase refreshments. To purchase tickets and for more information, readers may visit or call 717871-7600. Tickets are also available in person at the Ware Center box office and at the Student Memorial Center, Room 103, on the Millersville University campus.

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gospel and modern styles. The chorus has been performing every year since its formation in 1922. Admission is free, but a freewill offering will be received to benefit the chorus’s chosen mission project.

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DIR: From Coatesville take Rte. 372 west (Valley Road) to Property on Right. Parking in Rear Off Shady Lane. REAL ESTATE Real Estate Consists of an updated 2 ½ Story Twin on .36 Acre +/- Lot with off Street Parking to Rear. 1st Floor contains a Living Room, Dining Area, Eat in Kitchen with Appliances and a Laundry/Mudroom. 2 nd Floor Contains 1 Bedroom, Covered Patio. Full Basement, Gas Hot air heat, Public Sewer and onsite well. OPEN HOUSE: 9/18/18∙4-6 pm & 9/20/18∙4-6 pm TERMS: 10% Down at auction. Bal by 11/20/18. Buyer pays all realty transfer tax. FOR: Clifford Corum (717) 442-9221 & (610) 384-8433 Announcements at Auction Take Precedence Over Ads AY-002084



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Bird Club Plans Field Trips

50plus Expo Scheduled

Chorus Posts Free Singing Course Men of all ages are invited to participate in a free singing course provided through the Red Rose Chorus. Lori Jo Whithaus, the Red Rose Chorus’ musical director, will teach the course, titled “Ready, Set, Sing!” The hourlong sessions are slated for 7:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, Sept. 18 to Oct. 30, at the Lancaster Church of the Brethren, 1601 Sunset Ave., Lancaster. Singers of all skill levels are invited, and all learning materials are free. Singers do not need to know how to read music. Preregistration is appreciated, but walk-ins are welcome. To learn more, readers may call 717783-8850 or visit www.redrose Red Rose Chorus is part of the 24,000-member Barbershop Harmony Society and meets on Tuesdays at Lancaster Church of the Brethren.

In addition to several free health screenings, visitors can obtain flu shots on a first-come, firstserved basis at the expo. Flu shots are available at no-cost for most people with Medicare Part B and most insurance plans. Attendees should bring their insurance card. Admission and parking are both free. For more information, readers may call 717-285-1350 or visit to learn more. More information about the club is available at and on the Lancaster County Bird Club page on Facebook.

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SAT., SEPTEMBER 22ND at 8:30 A.M. Location: 3839 Old Phila. Pike, Gordonville, PA 17529, ½ Mile East of Intercourse, PA along Rt. 340. Guns, Recreation, & Sports Equip.: Polaris 250 Trail Boss 4-Wheeler in Good Shape, 12V Boat Trolling Motor – Model 72 Winchester 22 L Rifle w/Scope – Model 81 Marlin 22 Deluxe Bolt – Little Pet 410 Ga. – Model 67 Winchester 22 Bolt – Model 97 Winchester 12 Ga. Pump Full Choke – Model 870 Rem 12 Ga. Pump – 12 Ga. Double Barrel – Model 94 Win 30 WCF – Colt AR15 Cal 223 Rifle – Ruger 44 Magnum Super Black Hawk Revolver – Ruger Single Six Revolver – Ruger 357 Black Hawk Revolver – Ruger Bearcat 22 Revolver – Ruger Black Cat “Long” Automatic Pistol w/Clip – Gun Cases, Belts, & Holsters – Hunting Knives – 10 Gun Cleaning Kits – Binoculars – Handheld Scope – Ear Muffs – Hunting Clothes – Fishing Lines – Camping Stove & Chairs. Starting with Antiques, Collectibles, HH Items, Guns at 11:00 A.M. followed by Tools & Outdoor Items. Auctioneers: Amos Fisher AU005735 Elam Beiler AA019382 Daniel King AA019536 Auction Zip #30845 717-354-4418


Selling for: Donald Beale Estate c/o John & Anna Mae Blank


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LOCATED AT: 3848 S. Blackhorse Rd. Parkesburg Pa 19365 DIRECTIONS: From Gap Pa, travel East on Rt. 30 for 4 miles to right turn on S. Blackhorse Rd, to second property on right. HOUSE: A real stone 1.5 story dwelling has rear dormer w/ 65’x 45’ 2-level woodshop & 28’x 24’ detached 2 car garage on 12.87 acres of property zoned Low Density Residential. House is approx. 1,720 sq ft. and is in move-in condition. West Sadsbury Twp; Octorara School District; mostly level & gentle slope (some wooded & some open); total taxes approx. $4,587.00. Attorney Kling & Deibler. 2-DETACHED BUILDINGS: Newer 65’x 45’ 2-level building w/ 30’x 30’ addition. Upper level is perfect setup for woodshop w/ dust collection ductwork & air lines w/ compressor; 2 room work area; office room; all insulated; 3-phase elec.; large double doors for skids. Lower level has concrete floor & 10’ ceilings; (3) 8’x 9’ high overhead doors; (1) 18’x 9’ high overhead door; great area for storage or easy conversion for horse stable. 30’x 30’ addition w/ 16’x 10’ high overhead door & 12’ ceilings; stone floor. DETACHED 2-CAR GARAGE has (2) overhead doors; walk-in door; concrete block walls & concrete floor; second level storage. 2015 POLARIS RANGER w/ 570 CC-EFI; 160 MILES; CAMO COLOR; 1-OWNER; LIKE NEW. OPEN HOUSE DATES: Saturdays Sept. 22 & 29, from 1-3 PM. Call/text auctioneer with questions at 717-587-8906. Please visit our website at FREE REFRESHMENTS AT OUR AUCTION AUCTION BY: Martin & Rutt Auctioneers Ephrata & New Holland, PA AY-002189-L John J. Rutt, II 717-587-8906 Michael J. Martin 717-371-3333


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VALUABLE LANCASTER CO. REAL ESTATE Well Built Brick 1 Story Home With 2 Car Attached Garage Antiques, Furniture, Collectibles, Glassware, Tools & Household Goods 15 Pequea Drive Paradise, PA 17562 Thursday, September 27, 2018 · 3:00 pm


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REAL ESTATE TO BE SOLD AT 6:00 PM Real Estate consists of a Well Built Brick 1 Story Home w/ 2 Car Attached Garage. Home contains 3 Bedrooms, 1 ½ Baths. Custom Maple Kitchen, Living Room, Dining Room with Built-In Corner Cupboard. 6’ x 25’ Patio and 8 ½’ x 15’ Covered Side Porch. Heat in Garage and Basement. Floored Attic Storage. Full Basement. Whole House Fan; On Site Well; Public Sewer. ANTIQUES, FURNITURE, COLLECTIBLES & HOUSEHOLD GOODS 5 PC Bedroom Set; Oak Dining Room Suit w/Table, 4 Chairs and China Cupboard; Entertainment Center; Oak Coffee & End Tables, Matching Sofa & Loveseat; Leather Recliner; Bookshelf; Curio Cabinet; Wicker Baker’s Rack; Wood Cabinet; Plank Bottom Chairs, Folding Chairs; TV Stands; Floor Fans; Lawn & Patio Furniture; Table Lamps; Lane Cedar Chest; Fisher Stereo System; GE Refrigerator; GE Washer; LG Dryer; Microwave; Slow Cookers; Toaster Oven; Nu Wave Cooker; Vacuum Cleaners, Shark Carpet Steamer; Dehumidifier; Window A/C’s, Crocks; Shirley Temple Cobalt Glass & Creamer; Old Kitchen Utensils; Cobalt Glass; Assorted Pots & Pans & Dishes; Luggage, Baskets; Coolers; Bird Bath; Records; Pictures & More OLD BEER SIGNS HUNTING, FISHING, TOYS & TOOLS Bear Compound Bow; (2) Child’s Compound Bows; Arrows; Archery Target; Fishing Rods & Reels; Tackle Box; Camping Stoves & Lanterns; Deer Spotlight; Murray Girls Bike; Small Radio Flyer Wagon; Exercise Bike; Die Cast Collector Cars; Lego’s; Assorted Toys & Games; Carrom Board; Pool Table Light; Pool Cue Sticks & Stand; Ping Pong Table; Croquet Set; Horse Shoes; Punching Bag; Car Topper; Bench Grinder; Homelite, Stihl & Craftsman Chain Saws; Circular Saw, B & D Alligator Cutter; Shop Tables; Step Ladders; Creeper; Leaf Blower; Assorted Hand & Yard Tools. 1975 Honda 125CB Motorcycle MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Framus Electric Guitar w/Case; Yamaha & German Acoustic Guitars w/Cases; Artsey Flute w/Case TERMS: 10% Down at Auction. Balance by 11/2/18. Buyer pays all realty transfer tax. FOR: Constance L. Campbell Estate

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GREENHOUSES & GREENHOUSE EQUIPMENT - 28’x96’ reel; Dado blade set; (1) 6AM & (2) 4AM GAST air motors; single bay gutter connect, alum. frame, poly carbonate Chandler C-267 commercial sewing machine; Black & Decker sides & roof w/vented ridge; 26’x48’ alum. frame w/vented firewood cart; Porter Cable 2400 PSI washer w/5 HP Honda; ridge, 1 vented sidewall poly carbonate roof & sidewalls; dog pen; scooter; driving harness and collars; Robin HT250 30’x42’ w/rollup sidewalls; Modine LP greenhouse heaters: (1) hedge trimmer; (2) Silent Reel 18” mowers; Garden shovel 200,000 & (1) 150,000 BTU (w/thermostats); Hoover potting harrow; Lift cart; 24” lawn roller; Lg. sparrow trap; 24’ alum. soil mixer w/air motor; (28) 4’x8’, (5) 5’x7’ and other asst. ext. ladder; Ridgid pipe vise stand; Pipe cutter and threaders; sizes of woven steel tabletops; 4’x8’ steel table frames; 10 hole chicken nest box; 2 chicken coops; (4) conibear traps; Other asst. tables; (7) 30”x96” and (1) 24”x96” poly tables; sm. live traps; Box crimper jig; (2) BeA box staplers (air); 2 Asst. greenhouse carts and wagons; (30) 8’ heating fin pipes; brad nailers; 3 jaw gear puller; dial tachometer; 5 tob. spears; (2) circulators; Older LP furnace; Galvanized sign holders (asst. 4’ and 5’ strap hinges; Anitque dirt scoop; Lazy Susan parts sizes); Frost covers; Shade cloths; 12 gal. greenhouse sprayer bin; 2 wheel wheelbarrow; Post hole digger; Digging iron; Air w/engine; Dramm auto-fog; Drip lines; Asst. water nozzles cylinder; Old yard gate; Dewalt 18v. hammer drill, and more. & hoses; (4) Dosatron D14MZ2 injectors (v.g. cond!); (1) HOUSEHOLD ITEMS - BOOKS - ANTIQUES - (2) Comfort Superdos 30 injector; (3) pneumatic ceiling fans; 30”x96” Glow LP 10,000 BTU ventless heaters; Cozy 35,000 BTU sales counter; Sam’s cash register; CAS LP1000N digital vented LP heater - good cond.!; Secretary desk w/top; LP scales w/label printer; CAS S-2000 60 lb. computing scale; light cabinet; (6) Ebersol fiddleback chairs; (3) spindle back CAS 150 lb. digital scale - like new!; New greenhouse alarm; chairs (grain painted); Captain’s chair; Hutch; Caned rocking chair; 2 office chairs; Wooden clothes drying rack; Singer Lg. assortment of new & used flats, inserts and pots; GREENHOUSE RETAIL STORE ITEMS - The following are all sewing machine w/cabinet; Wooden hobby horse; D.S. new items. Assortment of fertilizers, lawn & plant food, grass Newstyle Champion stove; 2 brickboards; Hickory rocker; seed, vegetable seeds, garden & flower sprays; Pulverized Galv. wash tub; Rubbermaid ice chest; Lg. Agate canner; lime; Lg. assortment of flowerpots and planters; Hummingbird Blue parlor lamp; Steamer/juicer; Pie plates; S.S. kettles; feeders; Birdbaths; Gazing balls; Hose reels; Tomato cages; Asst. kitchenware; Apple peeler; Meat saw; Dasco meat Ground cover (asst. sizes/3’ to 12’ wide); Solo 454 pressure cleaver; Burkholder’s chip tin; Wire egg baskets; (6) Coleman sprayers; Melissa & Doug gardening items: chairs, lanterns; Galv. tubs & sprinkling cans; U.S. Slicing Machine buckets, gloves, watering cans, sprinklers, garden tools, Co. produce/deli scales; Other antique scale; #10 stoneware etc.; Lg. assortment of houseplants, foliage plants, succulents crock; Green jars; 2 runner sleds; Sadirons; South America wall map; Books: Fisher Family History; Mast Family History; and fairy gardens; And more unilisted. DIESEL - AIR & LP TANKS - COOLER - SHEDS - TRUSSES 50 yrs. in Lebanon Co. Penna.; The Amish in America; North to - Yanmar 4 cyl. 28 HP diesel (model #4TNV88-BGGE) Alaska; Georg Petersheim Family; PA School History; Farm Life 9600 hrs.-good cond.!; Quincy 10HP 2 stg. compressor; & Its Changes; Amish History of Southern Lanc. Co.; Train/RR Hyd. pump & reservoir; 12 v. alternator; 275 gal. fuel tank; books; Various Amish directories and more. 1500 & 125 gal. air tanks; (3) 1000 gal. LP tanks; Sm. tank - AUCTION INFO. - This is a total liquidation auction for Long filler; 7-1/2x12’x8-1/2’ walk-in cooler; 2’x5’ cold plate; 4’ Lane Greenhouse. We will be selling w/2 auctioneers. Ring 1 evaporator unit Cooling compressor unit; 10’x20’ vinyl utility will sell Greenhouse items. Ring 2 will sell Shop Related & shed w/8’x7’ O.H. door; 8’x16’ utility shed; 12’x18’ vinyl utility H.H. Items. Auction Co. and sellers are not responsible for shed; (24) 36’ roof trusses (4:12 pitch) good used cond.! accidents. Auction day announcements take precedence SHOP RELATED & TOOLS: 2 pallet jacks; LP construction over all advertising. Payment terms: Cash, approved good PA check or credit card w/3% fee. Benefit Food Stand. We look heater; Model 303REP pneumatic well pump; Makita 10” forward to seeing you at this auction. miter saw w/stand & air motor; Rockwell table saw w/hyd. motor; Sm. Grizzly disk/belt sander w/6AM air motor; Reelcraft 4600 retractable air hose See more at ID#25403 Auctioneers: Tim Weaver Dave Stoltzfus & Steve Schuler Lic. #AY2109 Phone: 717-354-9524

Auction for: Long Lane Greenhouse Reuben & Emma Fisher, Elizabeth King (717) 371-8277


Baby boomers, seniors, their families, and caregivers will find information for living a happy, healthy and productive life at the 22nd annual Lancaster County 50plus Expo on Wednesday, Sept. 19, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Spooky Nook Sports, 2913 Spooky Nook Road, Manheim. The expo will feature more than 90 exhibitors displaying products and services in travel, housing, medical services, nutrition, home improvements, finances, healthcare options, and more. The expo will include presentations on senior scam prevention, Medicare Advantage plans, and successfully growing succulents for home design; a SilverSneakers exercise demonstration; and physical therapy tips to prevent falls. Plus, local naturalist and TV personality Jack Hubley will make a special wildlife presentation.

will be Noel Dorwart Natural Area in East Hempfield Township. Beginning at 7 a.m., attendees will look for fall migrant birds. Readers may contact Seth McComsey at 717-517-1503 or stagnantage

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thrushes, vireos, sparrows, warblers, and raptors. Information is available by contacting Bruce Carl at 717-368-4824 or The Ironville Community Park Raptor Watch will take place on Saturday, Sept. 22, at 9:30 a.m. The target species will include broad-winged and sharp-shinned hawks, American kestrels, ospreys, and bald eagles. The viewing area is level and comfortable. Folks may come and go as they please, and they may want to bring a chair and a lunch. Restrooms and a pavilion will be available. Information is available by contacting Carl Groff at 717-471-9969 or fledge19@ On Saturday, Sept. 29, the venue


The Lancaster County Bird Club will offer several field trips in September. The trips are free and open to the public. All participants must register with the trip leader no later than 6 p.m. on the day before the trip. On Saturday, Sept. 15, a field trip will start at the 7 a.m. at the Dead End Road area of State Game Lands 156. The target birds are migrants, including thrushes, vireos and warblers. Readers may contact Larry Bernhardt at 717-8722946 or to learn more. On Sunday, Sept. 16, the venue will be State Game Lands 220 near Reinholds. Beginning at 7 a.m., attendees will search for fall migrants, including flycatchers,


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(+/-) ACRE FARM 13 AT 12:00 NOON

Located at 10969 & 10987 Burkett Rd., Greencastle, PA 17225, Montgomery Twp., Franklin Co., this 56-acre farm (+/-) features 2 houses: A brick rancher & a 2-story frame farmhouse! Property includes both houses, a large barn & several smaller barns/outbuildings on approximately 36 tillable acres w/2 ponds & woodland areas. Property has road frontage on both Burkett & Bradley Rds., this farm is perfectly suited for farming and many other potential uses with the extra income potential that 2 residential structures & several outbuildings/barns offer. Area also provides great hunting & outdoor activities. Property is in the Tuscarora School Dist., in picturesque Montgomery Twp./Franklin Co. This farm is situated just a few miles from Greencastle Borough with easy access to Rts. 11 and 81 and the amenities of Chambersburg, Waynesboro, Mercersburg & Hagerstown. Terms: 10% down day of auction. Balance due in 45 days. 2% buyer’s premium paid by purchaser. Persons wishing to view this property may do so by calling 800-791-8815 for an appt. Auction By: Auction For: Shenk Auction Company Moses Robinson Trust 717-665-1125 or 800-791-8815 Charles F. Blumenstock, Jr. Lic.#RY000237L Blumenstock Legal Advisors, PC 717-553-5197 Visit: or for more details, pictures, and information R018764

Allegro Orchestra Lancaster will present three versions of an “Arabian Nights” concert on the weekend of Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 15 and 16. The concerts, to be performed under artistic director and conductor Dr. Brian Norcross, will include Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Scheherazade,” Camille Saint-Saens’ “Bacchanale” from “Samson and Delilah,” and local composer Ralph Lehman’s “Darkness to Light.” It is suitable for audiences of all ages. A Music in the Round Master Works Edition will take place on Sept. 15 in the Atrium at the Ware Center, 42 N. Prince St., Lancaster. A casual reception will begin at 6:30 p.m., followed by the concert at 7 p.m. The reception will feature hors d’oeuvres. A Lounge 42 concert will occur


Career Seminar Planned For Students

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1154 Letort Rd, Conestoga, PA 17516


• 3-Story Barn • 2-Car Garage • Fenced Pasture • 3 Bedrooms • 2 Baths • Penn Manor SD Open House: Sept. 15, 10am-12pm & Sept. 17, 5pm-6:30pm

See for more details. Auction For: Wade & Carlyn Fryberger

717-664-5238 877-599-8894

AY000253L Attorney: Tom Goodman


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15 Church Rd, New Providence, PA 17560

Parcel 1: Farm • Parcel 1: 4-BR Remodeled Farmhouse & 1-BR Apt. • Barns, Fenced Pasture, & Tillable Soils • Parcel 2: 12 Acres w/Established Access Parcel 2: Wooded Lot


Open House: Sept. 15, 10am-12pm & Sept. 17, 5pm-6:30pm

See for more details. Auction For: Mark & Cathy Mentzer AY000253L Attorney: Rob Musser

717-664-5238 877-599-8894

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Trucks, Trailers, Dumps, Material Handling, Ag & Construction Equip

Color Brochure Deadline 9/19/18

Do you have Trucks/Equipment/Pickups for Sale? Add Your Items and Let Hess Do the Rest!

1-866-511-2493 Auction Site: 1451 River Rd. Marietta, PA 17547 PA Auction Co. # AY2025/AH1856/VB1159

on Sept. 15 at 8:42 p.m. in the Atrium at the Ware Center. A 30minute Allegro performance will be followed by music from the Nielsen Family Band. The event is open to people age 21 and up. Tickets include food and may be purchased in advance at a discounted price or at the door at full price. A full-length Core Concert will occur on Sept. 16 at 3 p.m. in Steinman Hall at the Ware Center. Children and youths ages 5 to 18 will be admitted for free. To purchase tickets, readers may call the Ware Center box office at 717-871-7600 or visit Readers may use the promotional code SULTAN to receive a discount on Music in the Round or Core Concert tickets for adults.


Millersville University’s department of applied engineering, safety and technology will host “We Want YOU!” a career seminar for young women on Thursday, Oct. 4, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. in Osburn Hall, 40 E. Frederick St., Millersville. The seminar is open to female high school juniors and seniors who are interested in learning about careers in graphic communications or teaching science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM). They should attend with a parent or mentor. The seminar will include dinner, a hands-on activity, and career information. Millersville University (MU) faculty members will share information about different career paths for women in graphics and teaching technology and engineering subjects, including job prospects in both of these areas. They will also speak about MU’s degree programs. The seminar is free for participants and their mentors, and it is being partially funded by the MU President’s Commission on the Status of Women. The commission’s mission is to foster a university climate that promotes full and equal opportunity for women to study, work, and live. Additional funding is being provided by MU’s department of applied engineering, safety and technology. The deadline to register is Thursday, Sept. 20. Registration can be completed online at register/WeWantYou18. Additional details will be sent via email after registration is processed. More information is available at wwu-flyer.pdf. Readers may also email or or call 717-871-5548.


SAT., OCTOBER 27, 2018 AT 11:00 A.M. 1195 Mondale Rd., Bird in Hand, PA 17505 - Lancaster Co. Neffsville/Brownstown/Leola Area

Directions: From Rte. 272, turn east on to Creek Rd., to left on Pinetown Rd. Take immediate Rt. onto Bridge Rd. thru covered bridge. Rt. on Mondale Rd. to property. From Leola Rte. 23 West, to right on Mondale Rd., 1.5 miles to farm. Description: 100 Acres +/- farm w/level to gentle slope terrain w/good crop producing soils bordering Conestoga River. 55 +/- acres tillable, 28 +/- acres pasture & 13 +/acres woods w/balance being attributed to the improvements. 2.5-story, 7 BR, 2 bath farmhouse. Large 50'x100' 2-sty. bank barn w/22'x85' addition, 36 cow tie stalls & 6 box stalls. 32'x58' dry cow/heifer/calf barn w/partial open front. Large concrete barn yard sloped to 60' manure pit w/push off guard. 11'x22' milk house w/895 gal. milk tank. 16'x60' stave & 14'x45' tile silos. 40'x50' & 28'x84' tobacco sheds. 30'x36' corn shed w/shop & garage area w/overhead door. Also, several corn cribs & bins. Open House Dates: Thurs., Sept. 13 & 20 (4-7 P.M.) & Sat., Sept. 15 & 22 (1-4 P.M.) Terms: Down payment of $100,000.00 required day of sale. Settlement on or before December 28, 2018. Transfer taxes to be paid by buyer. Real Estate taxes shall be prorated at time of settlement. Taxes: $6,240/year. Attention Realtors: 1% Broker Participation being offered to Realtors who preregister with their buyers & who become the successful bidder day of auction. Pre-registration forms & additional pictures are available on-line at or Auctioneers’ Notes: Rare & excellent opportunity to purchase prime real estate in picturesque Lancaster Co. in rural Upper Leacock Twp. Possible subdivision to build your dream home overlooking Conestoga River and Pinetown covered Bridge. Great location along quiet back roads but only minutes from Routes 272, 222 & 23. Auctioneers: Farm is preserved through Lancaster Farmland Christ Taylor, 717-371-1915 AU#005421 Trust & enrolled in Clean & Green. Harold Martin, 717-738-4228 AU#019488 Seller: Lantoga Farms Attorney: Barley-Snyder LLC • 888-209-6160 Caroline Hoffer 717-299-5201


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PUBLIC SALE Place: Gap Self Storage, LLC Date: Wed., September 26, 2018 80 Route 41 Beginning at: 10:00 a.m. Gap, PA 17527 Phone: 717-442-3030 Gap Self Storage, LLC, in order to satisfy its statutory lien pursuant to 73 P.S. 1901 et seq., will sell at PUBLIC SALE all the personal property stored in its facility, placed by:

Unit #124

stored by:

Steven J. Puchalski

Unit #168

stored by:

Theresa Toscani

Unit #182

stored by:

Nicki Brown

Unit #210

stored by:

Michael Towber

Unit #443

stored by:

Igor R. Ipince

Place: Gap Self Storage, LLC Date: Wed., September 26, 2018 845 Houston Run Drive Beginning: At conclusion of Gap, PA 17527 10:00 a.m. auction listed above Phone: 717-442-3030 Gap Self Storage, LLC, in order to satisfy its statutory lien pursuant to 73 P.S. 1901 et seq., will sell at PUBLIC SALE all the personal property stored in its facility, placed by:

Unit #025H

stored by:

Kimberly Hernandez

Unit #103H

stored by:

Alexus R. Hart

Unit #304H

stored by:

Deborah K. Suhobrus

Unit #329H

stored by:

Kimberly A. Quay

Unit #A17

stored by:

Thomas Vogler

Conditions: All units will be sold by competitive bidding to the highest bidder. Bids will be taken only for each unit in its entirety. Payment must be made by money order, certified check or cash only. No personal checks. All goods must be removed from the unit within 24 hrs. Payment is due immediately upon acceptance of bid. Owner reserves the right to bid at Public Sale, reject any or all bids, and cancel or adjourn the sale.


Orchestra Slates PUBLIC AUCTION “Arabian Nights” Concerts Moses M. Robinson Trust

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3204 vigilant st., gordonville, pa 17529 Located 10 Miles east of Lancaster, on Old Leacock Road between Rts. 30 & 340. All kinds of crafts at 8:30 a.m., Shrubbery 9 a.m. 300 new & used quilts & quilt tops, country bride, country love and many other patterns to choose from. new & used buggies & related items to be sold at 11 A.M. new & used building materials starting at 8:30 AM, plywood, insulation, trusses, shingles, nails, all kinds of 2x4s, 2x6s, 2x8s, Kitchen cabinets, doors, windows, paneling, molding and many more items. Consignments at Fire Hall Sept. 13-14 Thursday to Friday 7 a.m.-7 p.m., & Fri. 7 a.m.-5 p.m. for more info. call 717-768-3512 or fax to 717-768-3317. Terms - Cash or Penna. Checks No Out-Of-State Checks Unless Accompanied w/A Bank Letter Most Credit Cards Accepted 2% Buyer’s Premium will be waived if paid by cash or check. Local Auct. Homemade Food By: C/O GORDONVILLE FIRE The Ladies’ Auxiliary CO.717-768-3869 Next Quilt Auction March 9, 2019 R018189

Get Into Your Community

Located at 3200 Limestone Rd., Cochranville, PA 19330 Directions: From Gap, PA take Rt. 41 S. 7 mi. to Cochranville; turn left on Rt. 10 to sale on left. Watch For Full Listing Coming Later For Photos & Details Visit

PUBLIC AUCTION of Real Estate, Collects., Hand & Garden Tools, Full line of Power & Hand Tools, Lawn & Garden Items, Furniture SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6 AT 8:30 A.M.



TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2018 - 6:00 P.M.

4 Bedrooms, 1½ Bath Each Side 1,853 Sq. Ft. Each Side - Detached Garage

146 & 148 W. Main Street, New Holland, PA 17557 House Details: Each Residence - 1st Floor, Dining Room, Living Room, Kitchen, Pantry ½ Bath, Deck off Kitchen. 2nd Floor, 3 Bedrooms, 1 with deck off rear, Full Bath. 3rd Floor, 2 Good Sized MultiPurpose Rooms. Each Residence has Full Basement. Each Unit Sells with Appliances. 2-Car Garage, Fenced in Backyard features Fruit Trees. Open House by appointment contact Auctioneer Dustin Spencer 717-203-3225. Terms: 10% Down Day of Sale, Settlement within 60 Days Real Estate Sold As/Is.

REAL ESTATE 12:00 NOON LOCATION: 827 Susquehannock Drive, Holtwood, PA 17532, Martic Township, Lancaster County STONE THREE (3) BEDROOM RANCH STYLE HOUSE WITH ATTACHED TWO-CAR GARAGE, STONE FIREPLACE, HARDWOOD FLOORS, GOOD LOCATION - GREAT RURAL COUNTRY SETTING. ALSO A GREAT LEVEL BUILDING LOT ON 1.5 ACRE M/L. Great rural unimproved open & wooded country lot, any builder, build your dream house. “Highly Motivated Seller - To Settle Estate” YOU CERTAINLY DO NOT WANT TO MISS THESE PROPERTIES!! Open House Dates: Sat., Sept. 15 & 22, 12:00-2:00 P.M. For Financing, Photos, Terms, Full Listing See Website The Witman Auctioneers Team Is Currently Booking Auctions Now & In The Future For The 2018 Auction Season. Call Us Now For Competitive Rates.

PUBLIC AUCTION of Real Estate, (Single Family Cement

Block with brick stucco Ranch on Nice Corner .43 A Lot), Collects, Furn. SAT., SEPTEMBER 15 AT 8:30 A.M.

Auction by: Witman Auctioneers, Inc. Luke R. & Clarke N. Witman, & Doug L. Ebersole 717-665-5735 • 717-665-1300 • AY-000155-L




FRI., OCTOBER 12, 2018 AT 6 P.M.


376 Nottingham Rd., Quarryville, PA 17566 - Lancaster County

658 Octorara Trail, Parkesburg, PA 19365 Directions: From Compass, take Rt. 10 South approx. 4 miles, property on left.

Directions: Route 222 South, to left on Little Britain Rd, to left on Route 272. Description: 17.33 acres, Large Victorian home with (4) bedrooms, wood floors throughout, newer kitchen, built-in cabinets, pocket doors and more. Lots of old charm features with today’s modern conveniences. Large barn, garages and other outbuildings, above ground swimming pool, mature shade trees and landscaping. 12+ acres tillable. Many possibilities! Open House Date: September 13, 2018 (4-7 pm) Terms: Down payment of $50,000.00 required day of sale. Settlement on or before December 12, 2018. Transfer taxes to be paid by buyer. Real Estate taxes shall be prorated at time of settlement. Taxes: $5102/ year. Attention Realtors: 1% Broker Participation being offered to Realtors who preregister with their buyers and who become the successful bidder day of auction. Pre-registration forms & additional pictures are available on-line at or Auctioneer’s Notes: Zoned R2 Village Residential. Potential subdivision possibilities or continue with agricultural usage. Property is in Act 319 Clean & Green and not in Ag Preservation.




AT 2:00 P.M. Loc.: Hopkins Mill Road, New Providence, Lanc. Co., PA 17550 (Dir.: Rt. 372 between Buck & Quarryville, Turn South on Hopkins Mill Rd. to sale) Watch signs. RE: 34.7 Acres Vacant Land Tract. 20+/- Ac. Tillable, 10+/- Ac. mature Woods, 5 Ac. Pasture. Great potential property! Real Estate to be sold at 2:00 P.M. Terms, pics. & terms at Auction by Elsie McComsey Estate Probst Family Auction (717) 464-3700 AU1856L

12 N. Railroad Avenue • P.O. Box 99 • New Holland, PA 17557 Phone: (717) 354-6671 • • Auctioneers: Paul Z. Martin, Jr., Roger Spencer, Patrick K. Morgan & Dustin Spencer PA-AY-000144L All Announcements made day of sale take precedence over printed material.

PUBLIC AUCTION • 888-209-6160

Auctioneer: Christ Taylor AU#005421 Ph. 717-371-1915 Seller: Weaverland Mennonite Schools Attorney: Jay Clark Ph. 717-464-4300



Auction for: James & Barb Prudhomme Attorneys: Kling & Deibler, 717-354-7700



Loc: 1601 Lime Valley Road, Strasburg Twp., Lanc. Co. 17551 (Corner of Lime Valley Rd. & Penn Grant Rd.) RE: Single family brick ranch house. 3 BR, 1.5 B. Mod Kitch. Full part fin. basement w/rec room, wash/shower area, & 1-car gar. Comfy house (Only $336.00 per month). LS Schools. .43 A Corner Lot. Detached 28x36 3-car htd. garage fronts on Penn Grant Rd. Lot Pics & Food Probst Family Auction (717) 464-3700 AU1856L

Auction for: William Weiss Estate • Joanne Palmeri & Paul Hess Ext. R019057


Loc.: 2224-A Rockvale Road, East Lampeter Twp., Lancaster REAL ESTATE: Single Family 24x57 Double-Wide on Full Finish Basement with fireplace. Full kitchen with appl., 3 BRs with 2 baths. Cozy Living Area. Oil Hot air heat. Detach oversized 2-car gar. On lot utilities. .61 Acre Level lot. Open: Sunday 9/23 (1 P.M. til 3 P.M.) RE sold at NOON. Lot Pics., Terms at Probst Family Auction (717) 464-3700 AU1856L



SAT., OCT. 6, 2018 8:00 A.M. •

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Auction By: MARTIN & RUTT AUCTIONEERS AY2189-L Michael J. Martin (717) 371-3333 Member of both PAA & NAA John J. Rutt II (717) 587-8906


AT 8:30 A.M.


Auction held at 3164 White Oak Road, Quarryville, PA 17566 Block #1 At 8:00 A.M. Misc. sporting goods & supplies to include a large amount of ammo. Hunting, fishing & archery supplies. Knives, bows, ammo boxes and much more. Block #2 At 11:00 A.M. 300 cataloged lots of firearms followed by 100 cataloged lots of sporting goods. (Online bidding available for all the cataloged items). This auction includes Session 1 of an exceptional 1 man collection. A few special mention includes a Anzio Ironworks 50 50 BMG, Browning Lightning Trap 12 Ga., Springfield M1 Garand 30 cal., S&W 28-2 357 revolver and many more. See the full list and pictures at Call 717-687-7018 with questions or for information about consigning guns to a future auction. Buyer‘s premium applies. AH001873

SAT., SEPT. 15, 2018

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Building Material, Shrubbery, Quilts, Crafts, Buggies, Firewood & Construction Equipment

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300 Firearms


Property Description: 1.5 acres with double-wide home (28’x60’), 3 beds, 2 bath, on concrete foundation, eat-in kitchen, family room, covered porch, newer roof, fenced backyard & paved driveways. Truck garage (24’x44’, ceiling 12’6”) wired, insulated & heated, 3-bay Shop (40’x40’, ceiling 12’6”) 110 / 220 volt service. On-site septic, on-site well. Close to main routes & shopping. Open House: Tues: Sept. 18 & 25 (4-7 P.M.) & Sat: Sept. 22 & 29 (1-4 P.M.). Terms: Down payment of $20,000 required day of sale. Settlement on or before November 19, 2018. Transfer taxes to be paid by buyer. Real Estate taxes shall be prorated. Taxes are $3,007/year. Attention Realtors: 1% Broker Participation offered to Realtors who preregister with their buyers & who become the successful bidder day of auction. Auctioneers’ Notes: Estate auction. Selling entire hobby shop. Details to follow. Auctioneers: For additional pictures go to Meryl Stoltzfus 717-629-6036 AU#005403 or Elvin Stoltzfus, 610-333-5447 AAU#019514 Seller: Estate of Richard A. Collins • 888-209-6160 Attorney: Gordon Good


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FRI. & SAT., SEPT. 21 & 22, 2018


LOCATION: Lebanon Valley Expo Center, 80 Rocherty Road, Lebanon, PA 17042

4 P.M.

Heifers • Theme Baskets • Silent Auctions • Farmer’s Market • Share-A-Meal • Arts • Crafts • Artisan Alley • Blood Drive • Chicken Bar-b-Que Dinner • Breakfast • Quilts & Crafts - Coin - Pole Barn Children’s Auctions • Baked Goods • Car & Tractor Show • Chicken Pot Pie

3141 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird-In-Hand. Rt. 340 E. from Lancaster to auction on left. (Leacock Twp., Lanc. Co.)

S. Belmont Rd., Paradise. From Paradise Rt. 30 E. Right S. Belmont Rd. Cross Rt. 741 to lot on left OR from Strasburg Rt. 896 S. Left S. Belmont Rd. to lot on right. 2 ACRE lot w/284’ frontage. Ideal custom home site or investment. Pequea Valley schs. Minutes to Georgetown, Strasburg, Vintage & Kinzers w/easy access to Rt. 896, Rt. 741 & Rt. 30. Seller serious to sell. Inspection of tract anytime. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368).

Approx. 120 Shotguns & Rifles To Include: WINCHESTER’S (Win. Mod. 12 20 ga. Pump Improved Cyl. (Excellent Condition Pre-War); Win. Mod. 94 30-30 Special Made - Land Of Lincoln Brass Trigger & Ring; Win. Mod. 1895.35 WCF Deluxe Mod.; REMINGTON’S; MARLIN’S; MOSSBERG’S; STEVEN’S; JC HIGGIN’S; SAVAGE’S Savage Mod. 24 22 Over 410 O/U; Savage 24V Series D 222Rem/Over 20 ga.; Savage Mod. 99E 300 Savage; ITHACA’S Ithaca Gun M37 Amish Heritage Gun Lancaster Engravers Proof 20 ga. w/Certificate Papers (Only 25 Made), & LRG. ASST. OF OTHER GUNS. Call Auctioneer Curvin Horning 717-606-2226 for full list or visit the website www. Hand Guns: Black Powder Pistol 6-Shot A95811 44 Cal.; Kurz Cal. 380 9MM Pistol; Victor Cal. 385tw 5-Shot Revolver; Black Powder 44 Cal. 6-Shot Pistol; The British Bulldog .44 Cal 5-Shot; 32 Cal. S&WCTCF 5 Shot; Iver Johnson Target Mod. 55 22 Cal. 8-Shot; Black Power Pistol Cal#; Hopkins & Allen XL3 Double Action 32 Cal. 5-Shot; H&R Arms 32 S&W CTGE 5-Shot; Nison Arms & Cycle Works 38 Cal. 5-Shot; Davis Industries Mod. P-380 Cal. 380 Auto 5-Shot; H&R Arms 22 Center Fire 6-Shot; Black Power Flint Lock .45 Cal.; Keltec 8-11 Cal. 9MM Luger w/Clip. Hunting & Fishing Supplies - Ammo: Winchester 10" Forged Steel Wrench, (2) New Gun Cleaning Kits; New Pop Up Tree Blind, Water Tight Ammo. Boxes, Approx. 30 Lots Of Ammo. Including: 30-30, 32 Special, 12 ga. 243 Rifle, 30 Rifle, 204 Rugers, 8MM Rifle, 22 Long, 22 Short, 38, 380 Revolver, 7MM; Fishing Rods & Reels, Asst. Fishing Supplies, Hunting Knives Including Buck, Winchester, EMT, NRA Collectible, Browning Hatchet & Other Collective Knives; Collectible Fire Company Tumblers, Winchester Book 1849-2000 (1 of 1000), Crochet, Ladder Golf, Botchi Ball & Asst. Games; Coins Including: 1781 ½-Penny, Silver Kennedy Halves, Buffalo Nickels, Franklin Half Dollar. NOTE: Auction to begin at 4 P.M. w/hunting items followed by guns & ammo. See website for more gun photos. Terms are cash, PA check or major credit card w/3% service fee. Food Stand.


Lic. #499, 2116, 5064, 3956




9 A.M. • REAL ESTATE 1 P.M. 804 W. Fourth Ave., Parkesburg. Rt. 41 S. from Gap. Left Rt. 372 E. (Lower Valley Rd.). Approx. 2 miles left S. Limestone Rd. Right W. Fourth Ave. OR Rt. 30 E. to Rt. 10 S. to Parkesburg. Right Rt. 372 W. Left W. Fourth Ave.



Rancher w/2,278 SF, eat-in kitchen w/custom cabinets, appliances, formal dining rm., family rm. w/FP, sunroom, library/office, 3 BRs plus 4th bonus BR, laundry, 2nd floor w/guest BR, full bsmt. w/(2) finished bonus rms. & large future rec. rm., heat pump & central A/C. Special features: vaulted ceiling, crown molding, Colonial trim, panel doors, custom cabinetry, .34 acre lot w/garden, pond, mature plantings. After 20 years, owners downsizing & serious to sell. Low maintenance, convenient & spacious. A “must see/one-owner” w/custom features galore. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., August 25, Sept. 1 & 8 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006

894 Strasburg Rd., Paradise. Rt. 741 E. from Strasburg. Cross Belmont Rd. Property on right OR from Georgetown, north Mine Rd. Straight S. Kinzer Rd. Left Strasburg Rd. Property on left.

Sylvan K. & Lorraine R. Stoltzfus 717-768-0554

(Lender NMLS ID #834368)

Furniture: Zinc Lined Dry Sink, Jelly Cupboard, Lg. Tall Wood Cab. w/5 Shelves & Drawer, Ice Box, Dough Tray, Courthouse Deed Storage Unit, Early Child’s Settee, Blanket Chest, 3/4 & Single Rope Beds, Highchair, Flat Top Trunk, Station Master Desk, Patio Sets. Primitives/Collectables: New Brighton, PA Lidded Crock, Earthen & Glazed Crocks & Jugs, Eldreth Pottery Pcs., 30 Pcs. Copper Pitchers, Kettles, Beacon Light, Brass Kettle, Dinnerbelll, Early Animal Cookie Cutters, Tinware Beaters, Graters, Strainers, Ladle, Muffin Tins, Cake Pans, Lunch Bucket, Mixing Bowls, Wood Stompers & Forks, Feed Chest, Wooden Boxes, Early Wood Sled, Wood Exp. Wagon, Keystone RR 6400 Riding Eng., Metal Toy Steam Bucket, Wicker Doll Carriage, Doll Bed & Highchair, CI Banks, Wood Wheelbarrows, Candy Containers, Cow & Other Bells, Wood Stirrers, Canes, Baskets (Some Longaberger®), Sm. Basket Quilt, Signed Early Friendship Quilt. Paper/Prints/Glassware: Framed J. Parker Print/Oak Frame, Signed Andy Smith Prints, Denny Minch Signed Prints, Numbered Cedar Waxwing By Linda Lloyd, Early 1900’s Ledger, Old Legal Documents, Souvenir Program June 6, 1925, Local & Embossed Postcards, Parkesburg Menno., War Ration Books, Noah’s Ark Collectables, Norman Rockwell Memo., Wall Pictures, Décor & Frames, Books Incl. Danielle Steel, Mary Higgins Clark, Debbie Macomber, Hummels, Glass Peanut Jar, Covered Candy Dishes, Stemware, Glassware, Footed Bowls & Pitchers. Lawn/Garden/Shop: Lg. Early Wood Work Bench w/Vise, Cub Cadet 6.5HP Chipper Shredder Vac, Stihl Weedeater, 20' Alum. Ext. Lader, Wood Stepladder, Asst. Long Barn Brds., Miter Saw, Forks, Shovels, Brooms, Steel Wheel Wheelbarrow, Sprinkling & Gas Cans, Garden Tools. NOTE: Owners collection, very clean antiques, etc. Terms cash, PA check or major credit card. Auction starting 9 A.M. w/tools, lawn & garden items, followed by antiques/primitives. Furniture last but may be before Real Estate at 1 P.M. Lunch stand. Randal V. Kline, Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-733-1006 Lic. #499, 2116, 5064, 3956

Anna Belle Underwood 484-680-2153


TUESDAY, SEPT. 18 • 5 P.M. 302 Red Well Rd., New Holland. Rt. 23 W. to New Holland. Left Brimmer Ave. (becomes New Holland Rd.). Left Hill Rd. Right Red Hill Rd. OR From Rt. 340 in White Horse take Rt. 897 N. (Springville Rd.). Straight onto Peters Rd. Right Red Well Rd.

Custom log rancher w/1,794 SF, eat-in kitchen w/custom cabinets & appliances, living rm. w/cathedral beam ceiling, 4 bdrms., 2 baths, laundry, family/rec rm., daylight bsmt., custom doors, hardwood floors, new heat pump ‘17, central A/C, gas fireplace, Superior bsmt. walls, covered porch, side deck, utility bldg., rural 4.2 ACRE wooded lot, great location, quiet farming community. Subdivision potential. Zoned Rural Residential. Unique country property w/custom lot rancher in ‘immaculate’ condition. Plenty of expansion area. Great location. Minutes to New Holland & Intercourse w/easy access to Rt. 23, Rt. 340 & Rt. 772. A “must see” to appreciate. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., September 1, 8 & 15 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368)



Custom dwl. w/4,318 SF plus 1,578 SF partial finish lower level, eat-in kitchen w/oak cabinets, living & family rms., laundry/mud rm., sunrm., 5 bdrms., 2 baths, 2 bonus rms., large office/sewing rm. w/custom cabinets, bsmt. w/partial finish rec rm. w/FP & kitchen cabinets, bonus rm., cold cellar, gas HW radiant heat, flagstone patio, 25x13 deck, garage/rec rm. bldg. 36x48 w/20x20 addition w/kitchen cabinet & radiant floor heat, 2 car gar. 25x47, 2nd floor w/rec. rm., (2) bonus rms., office, 46x52 barn/ gar. bldg. w/4 horse stalls, 20x30 shop, 2nd floor storage rm., separate hay storage area, 2 ACRE tract w/approx. 1½ acre fenced pasture w/run-in shed, lawn, garden area. Zoned Ag. Owners relocating & serious to sell. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., August 25, September 1 & 8 from 1 to 4 P.M. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368). Furniture/Appliances/Household: Samsung Washer 2 Yrs. Old, (2) 4 Pc. Bdrm. Suites, Rolltop Desk, Matching Love Seat & Sofa Recliners, Sectional Sofa, 3 Pc. Pine L. Room Suite, Lg. Hutches, Corner Cupboard, Modern Dry Sink, Child’s Dry Sink, Hall Rack, Toy Box, Benches, Bureau, Canoe Book Rack, Child’s Table & Chairs, Drop Leaf & End Tables w/Chairs, Holmes Clock, Ping Pong Table, Fooseball Game, Table Shuffleboard, Rollerblades, Single Treadle Sew. Mach., Battery & Propane Lights, Window AC, Weslo Treadmill, Rebounder Exerciser, Pitcher/Bowl w/Stand, Lone Star & Tumbling Block Quilts, Signature Homestyle Items, Princess House Items, Longaberger® Baskets, Misc. HH Items. Tools/Shop Items: 5000 & (2) 2500 Honda Generators, Grizzley 14” Z Series Mod. G 1019Z Band Saw, Grizzley Dust Collector Sys., (2) DeWalt 5.5 HP Honda Air Comp., 16’ Alum. Plank, Cordless DeWalt Saws, Drills, Fiberglass Ladders, Air Hoses, Alum. Brake, Nailer, Staplers, Paslode 3” Nails & 2 3/8” Ring Shank Nails, Construction Supplies, 10 Panel & Gate Round Pen, Run-In Shed, Troyer Portable Poultry Ranger (New in Box), 12V-60 Watt Solar Generator Kit, Rabbit Hutch, Coal & Wood Stove, Sm. CI Stove, CI Radiator, 10x10 Gazebo, Advanced Port. Solar Panel, 12V Battery Boxes, Propane Tanks, Rolls of Wire, Trike & Trailer, Children’s Bikes & Toys, Trampoline, Fuse Child’s Freestyle Bow, Matthew Bow, Camping Supplies, Propane Lights, Adult & Child’s PVC Picnic Tables, Sm. Cinema Type Fireplace, DeSoto 3 Wheel Adult Tricycle. These Items Sold After Real Estate: Perkins DSL Unit w/Alternator, Air Compressor & Cooling Sys. For Icebox, Winpower Wind Generator, Battery Pack, 1000 Gal. Propane Tank, Lg. Air Tank, Chain Link Dog Kennel w/Roof. Terms: Cash, PA check or major credit card. Lunch stand. Auction starting 9 A.M. w/tools & shop items, followed by HH items & furniture. Real estate 1 P.M. Few large items sold after real estate. Randal V. Kline, Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron K. & Aaron Z. Nolt Amanda M. Esh Curvin M. Horning 717-629-2264 717-733-1006 or 717-442-5270 Lic. #499, 2116, 5064, 3956

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

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

Philip L. & Joan S. Weaver 717-823-0437


Stephen S. & Mamie S. Esh 717-442-8358




TWO FULL DAYS OF EVENTS For Times & Dates See Website:


Randal V. Kline, Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-733-1006

FRI., SEPTEMBER 21, 2018

9:00 A.M.

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GE MICROWAVE, OVER the range style $80. Kitchen aid dish washer $50. Both in very good condition. 717-656-4633


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8X10 USED QUAKER Shed, good cond., vinyl siding, $595. obo. Delivery Avail. 717-442-1700

Livestock FREE: WILL LEND Nice Riding Horses and Large Ponies until June 2019. Call Andy or Bill at 717-394-7865

Custom “one owner” split level w/1824 SF, eat-in kitchen w/cherry cabinets & appliances, formal dining rm., living rm. 4 bdrms. 21 baths, family rm. w/ stone fireplace & slide door to flagstone patio, 1st floor laundry, bsmt. w/ shop area & side entry 2 car gar, updated insulated/tilt windows, security sys., central AC, 4/10 acre lot. Public water & sewer. CV schs. Note: After 47 years, estate serious to sell. Solid built & low maintenance exterior. Easy access to New Holland, Lancaster, Rt. 222 Bypass & Rt. 30. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., September 15, 22 & 29 from 1 to 4 P.M. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368). * Special Note: Car to be sold immediately after real estate at 5 P.M.* 2011 Honda Accord EX-L 4 Cyl., 4 DR, Leather Sunroof, One Owner, 28,000 Miles, Very Good Condition. Terms: Cash or PA check. See website for photos.

1 sty. wood shingle/frame rancher w/1131 SF, eat-in kitchen w/appliances, living rm., 2 bdrms., 1½ baths, enclosed breezeway, full bsmt., oil air heat & central AC, hardwood floors & plaster walls (house needs TLC), attached 2 garage + detached heated shop/garage 28x40 all on ½ acre lot w/on-site well & septic, mature shade. Zoned Ag. NOTE: Owner moving to retirement quarters & serious to sell. Property must be sold. Ideal as residence or investment. CV Schs. Convenient location & economical. Personal inspection by appointment or open hosue September 1, 8 & 15 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006

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61 Timberline Dr., Leola. Rt. 23 W. of Leola. Right Forest Hill Rd. Right Timberline Dr.

2502 S. Cherry Ln., Ronks. Rt. 340 W. to Smoketown. Right Rt. 896 S. Cross over Rt. 30 to property on left (corner of S. Cherry Ln. & Hartman Bridge Rd.). (E. Lampeter Twp., Lanc. Co.)

Margaret R. Bakun

ECONOMY FRIENDLY. Mott’s Lawncare & Landscapes, Inc offering Free estimates for 2018. Mow, mulch, clean-ups, shearing & more. Dave, 717-406-8152

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

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Country house w/2,952 SF, eat-in kitchen, living rm., 5 bdrms., 1½ baths, laundry/mud room, sewing rm.. barn/shop bldg. w/horse stalls, carriage area, diesel shed, 2nd floor storage, pole barn w/heated shop area, run-in shed, storage bldg.,1.27 ACRES w/pasture, lawn & garden. Zoned Ag. Owners relocating & serious to sell. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., September 15, 22 & 29 from 1 to 4 P.M. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368). *** Special Note: Following items sold immediately after real estate at 5 P.M. *** 45 HP Perkins Diesel Unit, 15 HP Quincy Air Compressor, 1000 Gal. Air Tank, (2) 1000 Gal. Propane Tanks, 50 Gal. Propane Tank w/Gas Bottle Tank Attachment. NOTE: Terms for personal property: cash or PA check. Randal V. Kline, Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Levi S. & Curvin M. Horning Naomi L. Fisher 717-606-2226 or 717-733-1006 717-768-7292 Lic. #499, 2116, 5064, 3956




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Arlene B. Schaal Estate Peggy A. Bare, Exc: 717-723-6245 Diane E. Sherwood, Exc.



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Produce & Edibles GARAGE SALES



HORSE BOARDING Atglen View Farm. Lots of pastures, 717-355-2008

AKC GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS, shots, wormed, OFA certified. Exc. Hips. European bloodlines. Vet checked. $975. Call 717529-6213

LOCAL ANGUS BEEF, No antibiotics, no growth hormones, USDA approved. Donald R. Bare 717-808-6805

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AKC RED DOBERMAN female, 6 yr old, friendly, good manners, needs good home, first $200 takes 717-862-3631

TAKING ORDERS FOR COLD PRESS CONCORD GRAPE JUICE. Any quantity available. Call for prices now thru mid-October. 717-656-9961. 624 Beechdale Rd, Bird-In-Hand

NEW HOLLAND BALER 276; New Idea Manuer Spreader, 245; New Holland Hay Bind, 488; A Gap Hay Wagon, 610869-3959

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4502 Division Highway, East Earl. Rt. 322 E. from Blue Ball to property on left.

Rancher w/2624 SF finished area, country eat-in kitchen w/Krown cabinets & appliances, living rm. 1st floor laundry, 3 bdrms., 2 baths, large family & rec rm. w/corner brick hearth & kitchen cabinets full bsmt. Elec. heat, central AC, large deck & insulated Anderson windows level 1.1 ACRES w/mature trees, lawn & garden. Great setting w/preserved farm land border to rear & across road. Owners/family & serious to sell. Custom “one owner” country Rancher, minutes to Atglen, Christiana, Parkesburg, Rt. 30, 41 & 372. Low maintenance & spacious. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., Sept. 1, 8 & 15 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006

Rancher w/1624 SF main level & 382 SF lower level, eat-in country kitchen w/slide door to large rear 12x24 patio, living rm. w/stone fireplace, 1st floor office/den, 4 bdrms., (2 bdrms. 1st floor & 2 bdrms. lower level). bath, full bsmt., partial finish rec rm. & cold cellar, oil air heat, central AC, 2 car garage, oak hardwood floors, plaster walls, natural stained trim 2 sty. 26x30 barn/gar. bldg. (new ‘13) w/2 car gar./shop, horse stall & full drive-in 2nd floor ½ acre lot w/double macadam drive, garden & farmland rear boundary. Zoned CN. Owners relocating to farm in New York & serious to sell. “Move in” condition home w/plenty garage & barn storage. Convenient East Earl location. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., August 25, September 1 & 8 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006

Holland stone Rancher w/2128 SF eat-in kitchen w/appliances, laundry rm. (includes washer & dryer), living rm. w/fireplace & door to wraparound deck, large family/rec rm., full daylight bsmt., oil air heat, central AC & new roof (2010). Special features: open floor plan, contemporary architecture & cathedral ceilings, 3/4 acre wooded lot w/mature hardwood trees, shrubbery & plantings. After 51 years, owner downsizing & serious to sell. Great location overlooking farming valley. No outlet street, quiet & peaceful. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., September 1, 8 & 15 form 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368)

Plainfield Farm LP (Hershey Family) Clair L. Hershey: 610-806-2596 Charles L. Hershey: 717-799-1334


Randal V. Kline, Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-733-1006

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

Alvin N. & Carolyn R. Burkholder 717-354-6818


(Lender NMLS ID #834368)

(Lender NMLS ID #834368)

Lic. #499, 2116, 5064, 3956

5 P.M. 137 Greentree Dr., New Holland. Rt. 23 E. to New Holland. Right Brimmer Ave. (becomes New Holland Rd.) Left Skyline Dr. Left Greentree Dr. OR Rt. 340 E. of Intercourse. Left New Holland Rd. Right Skyline Dr. Left Greentree Dr.

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

Dorothea H. Zimmermann Ronald L. Zimmermann, POA 253-590-6098


LAYING HENS. Order now for October. Also chicken crates, nesting boxes, feeders & waters. Call Hillside Pullets, 717-529-5618

4TH ANNUAL LAMS Community Yard Sale!! 20+ Families Saturday 9/15. Rain or Shine, located in parking lot & inside. 7 AM-1 PM Lititz Area Mennonite School 1050 E. Newport Road, Lititz


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PREGNANT? CONSIDERING ADOPTION? Call us first. Living expenses, housing, medical, and continued support afterwards. Choose adoptive family of your choice. Call 24/7. 888-652-0785 (NANI)

NO MORE OXYGEN TANKS! Relcaim your Indepenence with the Inogen One G4. FREE INFORMATION KIT. 800-9841302

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

HELP WANTED, FT/PT Caregivers for our clients in their homes. Home Helpers, 717-824-0939


SPECTRUM TRIPLE PLAY! TV, Internet & Voice for $29.99 ea. 60 MB per second speed. No contract or commitment. More Channels. Faster Internet. Unlimited Voice. Call 1-855-652-9304 START SAVING BIG on Medications! Up to 90% Savings from 90DAYMEDS! Over 3500 medications available! Prescriptions required. Pharmacy checker approved. Call today for your FREE quote. 844-776-7620

SEASONAL COAL/ WOOD/ PELLET Stoves and Inserts, New & Refurbished. Over 300 models in stock. $100-$800 & up. Buy/ Sell/ Trade. Call 717-577-6640

STAY IN YOUR home longer with an American Standard Walk-In Bathtub. Receive up to $1,500 off, including a free toilet, and a lifetime warranty on the tub and installation! Call us at 1-855-534-6198 (NANI) STAY IN YOUR home longer with an American Standard Walk-in Bathtub. Receive up to $1,500 off, including a free toilet, and a lifetime warranty on the tub and installation! Call us at 1-844-374-0013

SEASONED OAK FIREWOOD. $185/cord. Delivery available. Call 717-392-9284 lm.

CLASS A DRIVERS Career Opportunity out of Honey Brook Afternoon Positions, Home Everyday Drop & Hook, No Touch Freight Part Time & Full Time Position 484-485-0023 CONCRETE- MASON CREW Hiring. Reliable/Dependable Person. Must Have Valid Drivers License. 717-687-6955 DRIVER FOR HUNT Valley Farmers Market, Fridays And Saturdays. Lancaster 717598-0101 DRIVER NEEDED FOR Saturday SMarklet in Maryland. Must be dependable and experienced. 717-419-1297


DRIVER NEEDED TO transport workers from New Holland to Gap. Mornings and evenings. 717-715-4659

General BAKERY HELP WANTED making pies, donuts or cashier. Call for details. 717-989-3427.


DRIVER WANTED: Employee transportation for Construction Crew. To and from the Kinzer’s Area. Daily run Monday thru Friday. Twin Hollow Construction. Call 717-278-8406 DRIVER/ WORKER NEEDED, self-motivated, for dusty barn cleaning & white wash spraying/ construction. Fisher’s White Washing. 717-687-9510


DRIVER/WORKER FOR ESTATE Removals Large Box Truck Experience, Heavy lifting, On Call Hours. Good driving Record. References. Call 717-442-8529

No experience required, will provide training for motivated individual. Driver’s license preferred but not required.

ESTABLISHED AMISH TRANSPORTATION service is currently looking to fill full and part time day (start 5 AM) and evening (start 4 PM) shifts. Candidates must be able to pass a DOT physical, Criminal History check and Child Abuse clearance. Must be at least 25 years of age and have a clear driving record for at least seven years. We are in Southern Lancaster county. Please call 717 955 0298 and leave a message.

Call for interview appointment

S&M 717-392-0713


GOOD FOOD INC Honey Brook, PA 3rd Shift Shift Production

Apply Today

Good Food Inc. has immediate FT openings on 3rd shift. Hours are 9:30pm-6am, Sunday night through Friday morning. Job duties include cleaning production lines and equipment and working in all areas of food production. Post offer physical, drug screen and criminal background check required.

All positions require some weekend and evening hours, unless noted. All motivated candidates must be able to lift 50 lbs. and stand/walk for an 8 hour shift. Please only apply if you can meet these requirements.

Apply online at, or in person

Grocery Store

We offer a great work environment with competitive wages and low cost medical benefits.

Cashier (Part-Time) Must be at least 16 years old. Pharmacy Cashier (Part-Time) Must be at least 18 years old. Produce Clerk (Part-Time) Produce Clerk (Full-Time) Must be at least 18 years old. Meat Cutter (Part-Time) Must be at least 18 years old.

Applications are available at

Good Food, Inc. on Rt. 322 in Honey Brook or apply online at w w w. g o l d e n b a r r e l . c o m


Yoder’s Country Market • Rt. 23, New Holland

Valid Driver’s License Required.


Bird-In-Hand Builders Help Wanted Full-Time Driver/Worker

MASON TENDER NEEDED. Driver’s license required. 610-470-1510

MOVERS, CDL & NON CDL DRIVERS & HELPERS WANTED $11-$20/hr. Apply @ Town & Country Moving 2145 Ticonderoga Blvd, Ste 450 Chester Springs, PA 19425 610-524-9099

To drive crews to job site and help work. Also looking for a semi-retired driver with flexible hours.

717-587-4294, ask for Raymond

Notary/Title Clerk Pine Hill Trailers located in Gordonville, PA specializing in custom ulity trailers for the Construcon, Landscaping and Equipment Hauling industries is looking for a customer service-oriented individual as a Full-me Notary/Title Clerk. Responsibilies Include: x Upholding Pine Hill’s commitment to exceeding our customers’ expectaons by maintaining up to date knowledge of the Pennsylvania tle laws. x Assisng customers in collecng, compleng, and checking all paperwork necessary for finishing tle, registraon and financing. Insuring customers are properly registered per State requirements and trailer specificaons. x Prepare, review, and maintain accurate documentaon and submit tle documents accurately per State regulaons. x Assist in answering phones for public inquiries pertaining to PennDot regulaons, and making calls to customers to collect PennDot mandated tle informaon. x The primary role of this posion is that of tle clerk, however; successful candidates must be willing and able to assist other administrave associates as needed. Experience: 1 year Notary Public, or comparable Dealership tle work in lieu of notary Please apply by sending cover leer and resume to:

2969 Lincoln Highway East Gordonville, PA 17529 or Email:

EXP HOUSE CLEANER. Must have car for transportation. Call 717-354-9898


GROWING COMPANY LOOKING For Highly Motivated, Quality Person for Grass Mowing & Landscaping Crew in Lancaster. Experience preferred will train right person. PA drivers license Req’d.717-951-5950 R019074

Banquet Server (As Needed) Host/Hostess (Part-Time) Weekday & Weekends, must be at least 18. Buffet Attendant (Part-Time) Weeknights & Weekends. Salad Bar Attendant (Full-Time/Part-Time) Store Bar Attendant (Part-Time) Deli Cook (Part-Time) Days Busser (Part-Time) Dishwasher (Part-Time) Server (Part-Time) Weekends, must be at least 18. Short Order Cook (Full-Time/Part-Time) Grill Cook (Part-Time)

Immediate Openings for Full-Time Work Excellent Wages & Benefits To apply send resume to -or- apply in person at 960 Fruitville Pk., Lititz (717) 626-7704

HELP WANTED AT chicken stand in Annapolis, MD on Fridays. Churchtown, New Holland, Intercourse and Ronks area. 717-445-0615


WERE YOU AN INDUSTRIAL TRADESMAN (machinst/ boilermaker/ pipefitter, etc) and recently diagnosed with LUNG CANCER? You may be entitled to a SIGNIFICANT CASH AWARD. Risk Free consultation! Call 1-877-781-1769

Hiring Caring People Serve Seniors with us! Training & support provided. All hours avail. Call Kris @ 717 207 0755 or apply:

F/T Landscape Laborers


SLEEP APNEA PATIENTS- If you have Medicare coverage, call Verus Healthcare to qualify for CPAP supplies for little or no cost in minutes. Home Delivery, Healthy Sleep Guide and moreFREE! Our customer care agents await your call. 1-844-545-9175

CDL TRUCK DRIVER- The Scotts Co Oxford, PA has Fulltime CDL, Class A Truck Driver Positions Available that include Benefits. To apply, go to Click on search jobs, type CDL in search box, complete your application.

Join us in our Mission!

We are seeking applications for

High Associates LTD has a very attractive opportunity available for a:

HVAC Service Technician We seek a qualified Technician to oversee HVAC operations/preventative maintenance in a timely and efficient manner. This individual will service or install a variety of split system units, packaged units, furnaces, unit heaters, HVAC equipment/filters, boilers and rooftop packaged equipment and associated BAS. Will also maintain accurate documents, complete scheduled inspections and arrange for subcontractor/vendor support when needed. Our properties are equipped with TRANE Summit, SC, ES, Carrier Ivu, LON and BacNet logic to ensure comfort and efficiency.

The successful candidate will possess minimum high school diploma, 5-7 years of training or work experience with HVAC equipment/controls (BAS) and strong organizational and time management skills. Must be able to obtain any locally required certifications as needed, and adhere to brand and company standards. A valid PA drivers license is needed.

Apply at Attractive compensation/benefit plan. eoe m/f/d/v R019226

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LOOKING FOR FRIENDLY, dependable PT Maid for well established Rodeway Inn in Paradise. Senior welcome. 717-222-2355

MEADOW VIEW BUILDERS: Looking for driver & construction worker. PA license preferred. 717-799-3385



Restaurant • Servers • Host/Hostess • Dishwasher



• Housekeepers

Intercourse Village Inn 3610 E. Newport Rd., Intercourse, PA 17534


apply in person Benefits include meal discounts, employee discounts at Best Western hotels worldwide.

Family Owned and Operated for over 25 Years

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

Qualifications: High energy, great attitude, able to read and follow a recipe, able to follow instructions, able to lift up to 50 lbs., punctual. Either call or apply in person.




2316 Norman Road Lancaster, PA 17601

Help Wanted




Sales Position

FT Cook/cashier

Contractor/Counter Sales, Customer Service

SMORGASBORD Dessert Buffet FT/PT Salad Buffet FT Hostess/Cashier PT Saturday-Only Positions PT Dutchette Cook/Server & Cashier PT Gift Shop Stocker FT

PT Grill/cashier

Building materials knowledge helpful Able to multitask Familiar with computer, QuickBooks Willing to train the right person

daytime positions Join us in serving your community!

Applications available at New Holland Supply

201A Commerce Dr., New Holland, PA 17557



Seafood Manager Donut Production (2nd Shift) Checkout Cashiers Meat Cutter/Clerk Deli Clerks (Evenings, must be 18) Soup & Salad Clerks Produce Stockers/Clerk Bulk Foods Packer/Stocker Dairy Stocker

Fast paced, positive working, organized environment. Must be able to work on ones feet for up to 8 hours. Commercial kitchen cooking experience preferred but not required, will train on site.

Applications at fuel desk–apply within 717-354-9486


Do you enjoy working outdoors in all seasons, have a great attitude and are dependable & motivated? Come join our team building homes.


Call Ben at: 717-271-6696

Call Amos F019225

Food Service Department needs to fill the following positions:

You will be rewarded with great pay & bonuses. PA Driver’s License required.

Seeking A Self-Motivated Person Must Have Valid Driver’s License




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


WILLOW STREET Van Driver for Meal Delivery/Dish Room

Individual is responsible for delivering meals to off-site location. Responsibility includes maintaining food at proper hot/cold temperature throughout the delivery process. Individual will be responsible for dish room before and after food delivery.

Substitute Food Prep/Server

If interested, please respond to


Individual is responsible for preparing food, serving food and assisting with clean-up. Individual will be contacted as needed by the school. Substitutes are needed at all three campuses.

New Holland, PA


Residential General Contractor Framing, Roofing, Siding, Exterior & Interior Trim Work Forest View Construction is looking for a self-motivated construction worker to join our team. We will train the right candidate. Must have valid driver’s license

Please call to apply 610-273-3300




Seeking motivated individual to erect pre-engineered steel buildings. Experience preferred, but will train. Driver’s license not required, transportation provided. Competitive Pay & Benefits.


Call Sam at 717-629-3908


Individual is responsible for preparing cold food for service, keeping the front of the house clean and stocked, and preparing food items for food delivery. In addition, individual will be responsible for helping students move through the lunch line and make purchases.

We are seeking self-motivated, dependable and honest laborers for our fence and railing installation team. Driver’s license required.

Heavy Truck Mechanic – this comes with a $3,000 sign on bonus. CD A/B D Driver. i L Local. l – thi this comes with a $3,000 sign on bonus. Call Kathryn 678-713-3237 or email



WANTED LABORERS HELP Forest View Construction


Individual is responsible for preparing the hot food for students during lunch service. Candidate should have experience in quantity cooking using ovens and steamers. Individual will assist in ordering food and drinks weekly, as well as, assisting in monthly inventory and determining food quantities to prepare.

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Mechanical Trades

NOW HIRING CLASS A or B CDL Dump Truck Drivers, Excavating Operators. Apply in Person at 282 Chapel Hill Rd, Sinking Spring or 610-777-2312

CARPENTERS’ APPRENTICE NEEDED! Are you looking for a career? Willing to learn valuable skills? Call for more information. 717-291-4688

NOW HIRING DRIVER/WORKER for growing Construction Company. Immediate openings for qualified individual with positive attitude & strong work ethic. We are willing to train. Paid Holiday & Vacations offered. Call Steve 717-947-0127 NOW HIRING DRIVERS! Fastrak Express Inc. 288 Stevens Road Rising Sun, MD is hiring CDL Class A Drivers. Competitive pay, benefits, bonuses, and new equipment. Call 410-658-0520 or email PART-TIME HELP WANTED at Farmers Market meat & deli stand. Clerk position on Saturdays. 717-354-3266 PINE FURNITURE SHOP needs to fill 2 positions. Production Manager & Furniture Assembly. Humidity & dust controlled. Up to $50,000. 1st year plus benefits. Includes free shares at hunting camp at the Juniata River! Honey Brook Woodcrafts. 630 White School Rd. Honey Brook, PA 19344. Call 610-273-2928 PT AND SEASONAL positions available at KAUFFMAN’S FRUIT FARM: deli sales, apple grading, fruit butter bottling, and wholesale delivery driver. Call 717-768-0050 for details. Apply in person at market. 3097 Old Phila. Pike, Bird-In-Hand. PT RETAIL; PT Sat. Inculded, No Sundays. Apply within: Achenbach’s Pastry, Inc. 375 E. Main St, Leola. EOE


Ford Experience Preferred. F150 - F550, Gas/ Diesel Sign on Bonus, Benefits, Vacation, on going Paid Training, Great Work Environment & up to $100K annual. Call Lorri 610-384-4242, ext. 112 or Send Resume to: WORKER, MANAGER & DRIVER needed for produce stand at West York Farmers Market (Ronks, PA). Farming background preferred but will train. 717-723-6943

WOULD YOU LIKE TO HAVE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD REACH CHESTER, LANCASTER, YORK, AND DAUPHIN COUNTIES? Reaching over 432,000 households every week with your advertising message is significant. Call 1-800-428-4211 and ask for the "360 SPECIAL" to find out how.

Mechanical Trades

Office-Secretarial FRONT DESK RECEPTIONIST Part-Time, 10-20 hours/week. Answering phones, helping counter customers in office. W. L. Zimmerman True Value, Intercourse PA 717-768-8291. PT OFFICE ASSISTANT, approximately 25-30 hours per week, experience required. Gordonville. 717-768-7281


LOST & FOUND FOUND AN ITEM...? 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





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


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

STUMP GRINDING SERVICE Free Estimates, Call Dave 7am-7pm, 7 Days/ Week. 717-406-7529

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


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

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

ALL YOUR ELECTRICAL NEEDS @ AFFORDABLE RATES. New/Old Home Wiring. Additions/Panel Upgrades, Celing Fans & Pool/Spa Wiring. Fully insured. Free estimates. PA010947. 717-615-1103, 717-875-7972

AT SUSQUEHANNA COIN, Willow Valley Square, our 37th year paying top pricesfor gold, silver, coins, jewelry, sterling, etc. 717-464-4016.


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

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

A+ RATED PLASTER REPAIRS Low-dust rock hard method. Woodwork, painting. PA51739 717-560-5668

AMISH MOVING COMPANY Will move households (will go out of state). Fair prices for Clean Outs of Attics, Basements. 717-442-3301

FLEET MECHANIC FOR our Lancaster terminal to work on tractors and trailers. Class A CDL and Class 7 inspection license preferred, but not required. Monday-Friday with competitive pay and good benefits (medical, dental, 401k match, etc.). Must have own hand tools. Uniforms are provided.

BUSHES PROFESSIONALLY TRIMMED & pruned. Hedges, shrubbery, ornamental plants aesthetically maintained. No job too small. Fall clean-up, mulching, light landscaping. 717-405-8733 CD BEILER CONSTRUCTION ROOFING, DECKING, SCREENED PORCHES PA LIC. 112619, LIC & INSURED. 717-723-6576 AMISH OWNED AND OPERATED

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

M&M HOME IMPROVEMENTS Kitchen & Bathroom Remodeling, Deck & Deck Staining, Porches & Additions, Windows, Siding, Roofing & Gutters. 717-413-8421 MAPLE SHADE LANDSCAPING LLC

CLASSIC CARS WANTED Sports cars, Muscle cars, Classic cars, Pick-ups, etc. Jeff Gast 717-575-4561

Mowing, Mulching, Trimming, Spring Clean-up, New Lawns, Reseeding & Small Tree Removal. 717-517-6779 PA#118077

I BUY LIONEL, American Flyer, Marx Trains, Match Box, Slot Cars, Hot Wheels, Tonka, Smith Miller, Model Toys, Lead Figures. Call 610-804-6783.

MARK GUSLER TREE SERVICE Snow Plowing, 30 Yrs. Exp., Free Estimates. Fully Insured. Bucket Truck Service. Parkesburg, 610-613-1885


Int/Ext, Res/Com, 30 yrs exp. Free estimates, Fully insured Eric, 717-615-6442 PA 116089



HOMESTEAD SERVICES: Tree Removals, Tree Trimming, Stump Grinding & General Landscaping. 484-643-8524


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

For immediate consideration, please complete online employment application or stop by our terminal. Local, familyowned company. Equal Opportunity Employer. 717-295-2442


PAINTING: PRICELESS PAINTING Interior/ Exterior. Free Estimates. Fully Insured. 717-330-1836, Ask for Bob POWER WASHING By Maple Shade Landscaping: Vinyl Fences,Houses, Patio’s, Etc. 717-517-6779 PA#118077 PRO HOME WINDOW CLEANING & POWER WASHING. Last chance before winter. 15% Off For Free Estimate. 610-563-5262 READ YOUR AD THE FIRST WEEK IT APPEARS. This publication will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion of any advertisement. RESIDENTIAL CLEANING REASONABLE and reliable 717-405-2264

EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY 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 2-3BR: ROTHSVILLE, STRASBURG & PARADISE Area. CLEAN HOMES, appls., no pets, keep neat. 717-768-8427 DENVER – 2 BR Apt $850 LITITZ – 2 BR Townhouse $950 LITITZ – 3 BR Townhouse $1,025 MANHEIM – 2 BR Apt $795 MOUNTVILLE – 1 BR Loft $895 WASHINGTON BORO – 2 BR Semi $900 WEST HEMPFIELD – 2 BR Apt $925 WILLOW STREET 2 BR Apt $825 View All our Listings & Apply On-Line

SKC CONSULTING & HOME IMPROVEMENTS Specializing in Remodeling, Kitchen & Bathrooms, Windows & Doors, Roofing, Siding & Decks. CALL 717-668-3725 STUMP GRINDING 717-291-6898 Lester E. Probst. Free Estimates JUST STUMPS. Quality Workmanship. TREE TRIMMING & REMOVAL Brush Clearing - Stump Grinding. Sunny Slope Tree Service. Family Owned & Operated Since 1996 Fully Insured PA103313 717-768-0114 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)

717-285-4555 EAST EARL, 3BR, . . . . . . . .$1095/mo COATESVILLE, 3BR, 2BA . . . . . .$1095/mo Please See Our Website For Available Properties. 717-442-0442 STRASBURG BORO, 1BR, $625/mo. Includes S/W/T, Off Street Parking. No pets. Sec. Dep. Req. 717-575-3091

For Rent

Manufactured Housing

WEEKLY ROOMS AVAIL. At Rodeway Inn, Paradise, PA. Includes Wi-Fi, Cable TV with HBO. For Rates. NO PETS allowed! Call 717-687-6272


For Sale LOTS & ACREAGE. LENDER ORDERED LAND SALE- Upstate NY. 16 acresBank Repo- was 59,900 NOW $34,900; 21 acres- Huge views- was 79,900 NOW $59,900; 42 acres- Abuts State landwas 89,900 NOW 69,900; Ask about our 35 acres with private lake! Owner terms avail. Call 1-888-738-6994. SALISBURRY TWP NEW 2017, 16x70 Eagle River 3BR, 2BA, $67,900. SALISBURY TWP, 14X72 As Is Handyman Special, 2BR, 1.5BA, $13,500. SALISBURY TWP HOME, with full basement, 3BR, 2BA, 1+ acre, $239,000. W. CALN TWP., Farmette, 1999 mfd. home on 5 acres, zoned agricultural, 2-story barn & springhouse, on-site water/ sewer, fenced in lot, $349,000. Call 610-857-0775 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

WE BUY HOMES $ $ $ CASH $ $ $ Any Condition - Any Location Cherkin R.E., 717-392-5200.

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

Manufactured Housing BUY DIRECT Modulars - Doublewides - Singlewides Starting at $29,900. Our prices wont be beat We Move Mobiles, Buy Homes, Sell Parts. 717-875-1288

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 PEQUEA MOBILE HOME Service, Remove Old Homes, Relocate, Skirting. Certified & Insured. 717-464-4461


AUTOS FOR SALE (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 2005 JEEP GRAND Cherokee, 4 Dr, V8, Auto, PS, PB, PW. Clean, well maintained, clean title. $5750 obo. 717-201-1963.

AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES $100-$5,000 PAID for unwanted or junk autos. Free same day removal. All paperwork taken care of legally. PA licensed and insured. Call anytime 717-989-6980. $50-$1000 CASH PAID ON ALL VEHICLES Serving York & Lancaster. 24/7 service. Call anytime 717-515-2607 GOT TOYOTA? ALL TOYOTAS Parts, Repairs, Sales, Srvc. New, Oem, Used, Aftm. Weikle’S + save 717-417-2726

FOR SALE- MOVE IN READY. New Singlewide. 3BR, 2 BA in a park. 717-442-1149


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

Parkesburg-Best Buy in Octorara Area 3 BR, 2Bath 14 YO 1 ½ Story House with 1st Floor Master, Living Room Gas Stove, Large shed & More. Only……$159,900.00

Gap Lancaster County New Listing 3 BR, 1 Bath, 2 Story on a level Corner Lot. Wood Laminate Flooring, Rear Deck & Shed Won't Last at ……..$169,900.00

Paradise Lancaster County New Listing- 3BR 2 ½ Bath, Upgraded Twin with Finished Basement Family Room, Stamped Patio & Two Car Garage Shows Like New…...$239,900.00

Gap Lancaster County Reduced

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(717) 442-4134 (888) 647-4134 Parkesburg - 3 BR, 2 Bath Ranch...$1,200


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4 BR, 2 ½ BA Colonial on a ½ Acre+/- lot in PV Schools. 1st Floor Hardwood, 2nd Floor New Carpet, Family Room Fireplace, 2 car attached garage, & More Reduced…………..$280,000.00

GAP - Commercial multi unit masonry bldg. w/ 6,500 sq. ft. on 8/10 acre lot. Located 1 block east of Weis SC on Rt. 30. $475,000


(717) 354-6416 321 E. Main St., New Holland


Peace of Paradise! 4 BR home features 1st flr. MBR w/ MBath, FR w/gas FP, kitchen w/sit up island, liberal closet space throughout, bright sunroom w/farmland views, efficient gas heat, 2 car garage, & a beautiful paver patio. This property is ready to welcome you home! $333,900.

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