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Chester and Berks counties •Holiday Lights at Gring’s Mill, Reading - Thursdays through Sundays through Dec. 29 •Christmas at Joanna, Historic Joanna Furnace Iron Works, Geigertown - Dec. 6 to 8 •Christmas at Langoma, St. Mary of Providence, Elverson Dec. 14 Dauphin and Lebanon counties •“The Homecoming” at Hershey Area Playhouse - select dates from Dec. 5 to 15 •“Joy to the Burg: A Live Christmas Concert” at Rose Lehrman Performing Arts Center at HACC, Harrisburg - Dec. 8 •Wreaths Across America ceremony at Indiantown Gap National Cemetery - Dec. 14
Servant Stage Slates “Joy To The World” pg 3
By Dayna M. Reidenouer
Santa Claus traditionally brings toys for good girls and boys, but sometimes he needs a little help. The members of the Friends of the Quarryville Library have prepared for that eventuality and will host a holiday gift and bake sale on Friday, Dec. 13, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Saturday, Dec. 14, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the library, 357 Buck Road, Quarryville. “In the past, we were all about the baked goods, and that’s still our focus, but we have tables and tables of gift ideas ranging from 25 cents to higher-end items,” said Deb Waite, who is co-chairing the event with Anne Fisher. The Friends group has collected 1950s toys, some in their original packaging, along with a vintage Avon Nativity set, The Beach Boys 25th anniversary record album, and never-unwrapped copies of a biography of Princess Diana
•Performance of Handel’s “Messiah,” Memorial United Methodist Church, Quarryville Dec. 15 York County •Christmas Magic - A Festival of Lights, Rocky Ridge County Park, York - through Dec. 31 •The Midstate Ballet of Greater York Dance’s “The Nutcracker,” Appell Center, York Dec. 15 •Winter walks at Gifford Pinchot State Park, Lewisberry select dates starting Dec. 20
and “The Complete Cartoons of The New Yorker.” The table of vintage and upscale items was created through a deliberate effort. “ We’re upgrading,” Fisher remarked. The items have been donated by the members, who keep a lookout for interesting items all year long. “In the summer, it’s cheap,” Friends member Carol Biscardi said of Christmas-themed merchandise. Additionally, the Friends have pulled Christmas books for children and adults, as well as cookbooks, that will be located in a special section of the sale offerings. While part of the library’s C. X. Carlson Cultural Room will be dedicated to the holiday gift sale, 12 tables will feature baked goods. The Friends are seeking donations of homemade cookies, candy, and brownies. Cupcakes do not sell well, the organizers noted. See Library Friends pg 7
The Friends of the Quarryville Library, represented by (from left) Anne Fisher, Donna Trimble, Deb Waite, and Peg Allar, will host a holiday gift and bake sale, as well as a monthly book sale, on Dec. 13 and 14. Donations of homemade baked goods will be appreciated.
Zion UCC Plans Breakfast With Santa Volunteers Sought For Annual Bird Count By Dayna M. Reidenouer
Christine Smolenski was 18 in 1969 when her father, Melvin Stinson, accepted the role of pastor at Zion United Church of Christ (UCC) of New Providence, 900 Winter Hill Road, Strasburg. She has fond memories of that time, and although she was not a child who sat on Santa’s knee, she recalls the jolly old elf’s visit to Christmas parties hosted by the church. “Harry Herr was Santa,” Christine recalled. “Children got an orange, a little box of candy from a local candy company, and a candy cane.” Christine moved away to attend college, and after teaching in the Solanco School District in the 1980s, she and her husband, Edward, and their two boys moved to western Pennsylvania See Zion UCC Breakfast pg 4
Zion UCC of New Providence members Christine Smolenski (left) and Ken Ray interacted with a guest at a previous Breakfast With Santa. This year’s event will take place on Dec. 14.
The National Audubon Society invites birdwatchers to participate in its long-running community science survey, the annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count (CBC). On Sunday, Dec. 15, birders and nature enthusiasts in southern Lancaster County will take part in this tradition, many rising before dawn to participate. The 44th annual Southern Lancaster County CBC will be a fun day of birding in lots of great habitats, said coordinator Bob Schutsky. “We would appreciate your help, whether for a few hours or the entire day,” Schutsky said, noting that people of any age and level of birding expertise will be welcome. “If you are fairly new at birding, we will team you up with an experienced group leader. If you live within the count circle and wish to do some feeder-watching on the day of the count, that would be a tremendous help.” See Christmas Bird Count pg 6
This great blue heron was feeding at a boat launch on the lower Susquehanna River when Bob Schutsky snapped its picture. Schutsky is coordinating the Southern Lancaster County Christmas Bird Count, part of the Audubon Christmas Bird Count, on Dec. 15.
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The Lancaster Chapter National Railway Historical Society (NRHS) will host open houses at the Christiana freight station, 10 Railroad Ave., Christiana, on Sundays, Dec. 15 and 29, from 1 to 5 p.m. Visitors will be able to enjoy a leisurely tour of the 1882 freight station decorated for the holidays. Admission is free and open to the public. There will be a variety of railroad artifacts on display, as well as numerous photograph boards displaying pictures of local Conestoga Traction trolleys of a bygone era, restoration of the 1882 freight station by the Lancaster Chapter of the NRHS, local early construction of the Pennsylvania Railroad, railroad bridges and more. An outdoor deck will allow attendees to safely enjoy watching as Amtrak trains race pass the 137-year-old freight station at nearly 90 mph. Visible eastward across the tracks is a 1907 Pennsylvania Railroad
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Light refreshment will be available. Lancaster Chapter NRHS is a nonprofit organization with monthly meetings held at the Christiana freight station or other local railroad-related sites. The Lancaster chapter is composed of a sociable group of men and women interested in the education and preservation of railroad history. Applications for family or individual memberships are available upon request. For more information, readers may visit www.facebook.com/ChristianaFreight Station and choose “Events.” More information about the NRHS chapter is available at www.nrhs1.org.
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Women’s Club Plans Luncheon Lancaster Coterie Club invites ladies to attend its December luncheon meeting, which will be held on Thursday, Dec. 12, at the Fireside Tavern, 1500 Historic Drive, Strasburg, at 11:30 a.m. Attendees are asked to wear red and green in celebration of Christmas. Coterie means “circle of friends.” To make reservations, readers may call Carol at 717-898-2838.
Nickel Mines Mennonite Church, 1981 Mine Road, Paradise, will host its annual Christmas candlelight song service on Sunday, Dec. 8, at 7 p.m. Refreshments will be served following the service.
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so she could work on her doctorate. Edward ran a pizza shop while Christine studied, but she eventually joined Edward in the business. The Smolenskis later moved to Elizabethtown, where they lived until four years ago, when they bought the cottage across the road from Zion UCC. “The house that we bought belonged to a family we knew for a long time even before my dad came down here,” Christine shared. Since moving back to Winter Hill Road, the Smolenskis have joined Zion UCC and have become active members. Christine is a deaconess and chair of the Mission and Growth Committee, which sponsors monthly community meals and other outreach activities. “We’ve worked very hard to keep events going,” Christine said of the committee. “Edward and I do the community meals.” Edward is also the main kitchen elf for
the Breakfast With Santa event the church began hosting four years ago. Church member George Ray assists in the kitchen as well. George’s brother, Ken Ray, typically dresses up as Santa Claus in a suit Christine purchased for him. It is not quite like the suit worn by the Santa of Christine’s memories. “We still have (Herr’s) suit,” Christine marveled, noting that she found it at the church when cleaning out some closets. “It was heavy and beautifully made. It even had boots with it. I bet it was expensive then.” A neighbor is slated to don Ken’s Santa suit for the Breakfast With Santa on Saturday, Dec. 14, as Ken will be unavailable that day. Edward and George will fire up the ovens and prepare a meal of pancakes, sausage, bacon, and fresh fruit. Waffles will be available upon request. Coffee, hot tea, and juices will be served as well. New this year, there will be a “Create a Christmas Pancake” station, where diners
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The women’s auxiliary of St. Philip the Apostle Catholic Church, 2111 Millersville Pike, Lancaster, has been offering holiday shopping opportunities since 1995. The group’s 25th annual Christmas craft show and sale will feature more than 70 vendors and will take place at the church on Saturday, Dec. 7, from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Event coordinator Jean Marconi stated that inclusion in the show is restricted to noncommercial vendors, and she tries not to duplicate crafts. For example, while there will be several jewelry vendors, the components, shapes, and designs of their creations are different. Along with jewelry, the types of items offered at the show will include stained glass, wooden ornaments, baskets from Africa, handwoven towels, handmade soaps, alpaca items, Christmas décor, puzzle balls, rustic crafts, Old World Santas, potpourri and other floral products, doll beds and clothing, dog scarves, etched glass, pottery, quilted linens, feather trees, painted slates and glassware, hair accessories, nut butters, clay flowers, and more. The only exception to the handmade rule is made for the Lancaster Public Library, which sells new and used books in one of the church’s classrooms. The craft show will fill seven classrooms, two hallways, two lobbies, and the gymnasium. Vendors will be set up on both the first and second floors of the church. The facility does not have an elevator, but the outside entrances to both levels are wheelchair accessible. Parking and admission will be free of charge. The show is popular among vendors and shoppers alike. Attendance at the show typically reaches 2,000 people, and the waiting list for vendors contains 235 names. Marconi begins accepting vendor applications each year in June. “Longtime vendors get the first invitations,” Marconi said. “We also have a waiting list for the gym.” New vendors start out in the hallways before moving into a classroom and eventually into the gymnasium as the spaces become available. “You have to pay your dues,” said stained glass maker and auxiliary member Barbara Keen. Marconi noted that the café area has been enlarged this year to make room for
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people to sit down and enjoy snacks or a meal. Members of the parish will sell breakfast sandwiches, chicken corn soup, chili, hot dogs, pulled pork sandwiches, tuna salad sandwiches, walking tacos, doughnuts, soda, and coffee. The proceeds from the food sales will be split between the parish and the auxiliary. Additionally, a baked goods table and a craft table will be supplied by the auxiliary. “We make many, many cookies, and we sell out by 10:30 a.m.,” Marconi said. Craft table coordinator Darlene Yourgal said she seeks out donations of handmade items from parishioners, and auxiliary members contribute as well. This year’s offerings will include kitchen angels made from potholders and towels, decorated pillowcases, knitted and crocheted items, stained glass decorations, ornaments, and cork wreaths. “The work other people do amazes me,” Keen commented. Auxiliary president Ann Marie Dumm shared that the craft show and sale facilitates fellowship and camaraderie among women in the parish. The event also provides funds for the group to distribute locally. The auxiliary purchases confirmation and First Communion gifts for parish members, awards two $500 scholarships to graduating high school seniors in the parish each year, contributes to community meals and church building repairs, donates to the American Cancer Society, and purchases Christmas gifts for Conestoga View residents. The auxiliary has also held a baby shower for A Woman’s Concern. To learn more about the craft show and sale, readers may call Marconi at 717872-2193 and leave a message. Vendors are asked to wait until next June to request addition to the waiting list. Pictured on front: The
women’s auxiliary of St. Philip the Apostle Catholic Church will host its 25th annual Christmas craft show and sale on Dec. 7. Involved in planning the event are (from left) Maureen Ehret, Jackie Roberts, Barbara Keen, Darlene Yourgal, Jean Marconi, Ann Marie Dumm, and Mary Ortenzi.
Christmas Bird Count from pg 1 The Audubon CBC divides the Western Hemisphere into count circles. At least 10 volunteers, including a compiler to coordinate the process, count in each circle. The volunteers break up into small parties and follow assigned routes, which change little from year to year, counting every bird they see. In most count circles, some people also watch feeders instead of following routes. The count circle in southern Lancaster County is 15 miles in diameter and is centered at the Robert Fulton Birthplace, 1932 Robert Fulton Highway (Route 222), 5 miles south of Quarryville. Most of the count circle is within Lancaster County, with small segments in York and Chester counties, as well as Cecil County in Maryland. It includes Muddy Run Reservoir, Octoraro Lake, and 8 miles of the Susquehanna River. Using the power of volunteers, every individual bird and bird species seen in a specified area will be recorded, contributing to a vast community science network that continues a tradition stretching back more than 100 years. The CBC tracks the health of bird populations at a scale that scientists could never accomplish alone. “The Christmas Bird Count is a tradition that everyone can participate in,” said Geoff LeBaron, Audubon CBC director. “Adding observations to more than a century of data helps scientists and conservationists discover trends that make our work more impactful. Participating in the Christmas Bird Count is a
fun tradition for anyone and everyone.” More than 300 peer-reviewed articles have resulted from analysis done with CBC data. Bird-related community science efforts are also critical to understanding how birds are responding to a changing climate. This documentation is what enabled
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Christmas Craft Bazaars Saturday, Dec. 7th, 2019 • 9am - 2pm Wesley Church 1104 Kirkwood Pk, Quarryville
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adult community choir members and 70 fifth-graders; “Brightest and Best,” featuring a fiddler; “O Come, All Ye Faithful”; “The First Noel”; and “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing.” Separate ticket prices have been set for adults and for students. Proceeds will go toward $1,000 scholarships to collegebound Solanco seniors and grants to teachers. Local radio personality Lisa Landis will be the master of ceremonies. Refreshments will be available at intermission. Readers may call the SEF at 717-7865617 for more details or to order tickets. Tickets will also be available at the door.
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“We appreciate the community. They’re the people who bake and donate, and they’re the people who buy,” Friends member Peg Allar commented. “We do specialty trays for people to take home for parties or to share at the office,” added Friends member Donna Trimble. “We try to make (the sale) as festive as we can. Fisher stressed that donated items must be homemade, and they should be labeled if they contain nuts or are glutenfree or sugar-free. Anyone interested in donating baked goods may call Fisher at 717-786-7095. Cash and checks will be accepted to pay for sale purchases. Credit cards will not be accepted. The Friends group has opted to hold its monthly book sale on Dec. 13 and 14 instead of later in the month. The sale will have the same hours as the holiday gift and bake sale on Dec. 13, but it will close two hours later on Dec. 14. The books will be displayed in the library’s lobby and the Pennington Room. The proceeds from the sales will ultimately go to the library for its general operations. In 2019, the Friends donated $14,000 to the library in periodic disbursements. The group has also supported specific projects, such as the purchase of new bookshelves. “We’re looking for other ways to augment our income. It matters that we keep up with what we’ve promised to give,” Biscardi said. “The library is the hub of this town, but it doesn’t get the importance it deserves.” “Come on down,” Trimble invited. “Bring your appetite and your money. Support your local library. Every little bit helps.”
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The Solanco Education Foundation (SEF) will host a Christmas concert at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 8, at Solanco High School, 585 Solanco Road, Quarryville. The concert will feature the Crescendo Choir, a community adult choir, the Solanco High School Jazz Band, the Solanco High School Chorale, the Solanco fifth-grade chorus, the First Presbyterian Bell Choir, and a community orchestra. Under the direction of Becky Hess, the nearly 100-member combined choir will perform a variety of Christmas music, including “Christmastime” by Michael W. Smith and Joanna Carlson, sung by 50
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recommended for children age 3 and up. Spaces are limited to advance registration on a first-come, first-served basis, and there is a separate fee for parties. Home for the Holidays will also include opportunities for photos with Santa, and attendees should bring their own cameras. Catcher, the museum’s mascot, will greet visitors as well. Attendees may stop by Steinman Station passenger depot to meet the museum’s resident telegrapher and send their personal message to the North Pole. Yuletide music will be performed in Rolling Stock Hall by What the Dickens and The Brass Ornaments. To help brighten the holidays of children in need, attendees are asked to bring a new, unwrapped toy, book or game to donate to the U.S. Marine Corps’ Toys For Tots program. Cookies and hot chocolate will be offered to visitors in the museum lobby while supplies last. The young and young at heart are invited to take part in hands-on activities in the museum’s Stewart Junction railway education center during Home for the Holidays. Visitors may sit in an engineer’s seat, climb aboard a caboose and inspect a 62-ton locomotive from underneath. The Whistle Stop Shop museum store, with its array of books, DVDs, apparel, ornaments, toys and collectibles, will be open. The Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, a Smithsonian Affiliate, is one of 24 historic sites and museums administered by the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission as part of the Pennsylvania Trails of History, with the active support of the nonprofit Friends of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. For more information, readers may visit www.rrmuseumpa.org or call 717-687-8628.
Christmas Bird Count from pg 6 Audubon scientists to discover that 314 species of North American birds are threatened by global warming as reported in Audubon’s Birds and Climate Change Study. The tradition of counting birds combined with modern technology and mapping is enabling researchers to make discoveries that were not possible in earlier decades. There is no fee to participate in the CBC. Audubon’s free Bird Guide app and other resources for birders are available at www.christmasbirdcount.org. Readers who would like to participate in the Southern Lancaster County CBC may contact Schutsky at 717-548-3303 or email@example.com.
Church Plans Live Nativity Wakefield Bible Church, 2310 Robert Fulton Highway, Peach Bottom, will offer a live Nativity from 6 to 8:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 13, and Saturday, Dec. 14. The event is open to the public. Participants may drive through or park and observe. For more details, readers may call 717548-3217.
Support Group Meeting Slated BASIS, a support group for bereaved parents and their families, will meet on Tuesday, Dec. 10, at 7 p.m. The group will discuss “Surviving the Holidays.” Readers may contact Calvary Monument Bible Church in Paradise at 717-4428161 for the location and directions.
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The Solanco High School girls’ soccer team held its end-of-season banquet and recognition night on Oct. 29, at which head coach Ken Yoder announced All-Stars and award winners for the year. Alana Yoder received the league’s top honor as a top 11 player for the second year in a row. Solanco’s girls’ soccer team members She is the only girls’ soccer player (from left) Meg Bailey, Alana Yoder, ever from Solanco to represent the Gabi Dolan, and Hannah Wood school with that honor, and she received awards at the team’s end-ofdid so twice. Alana, who was season recognition banquet. named team Most Valuable Player (MVP), was also a first-team Allthe team’s Offensive Player of the Year Star three times in her career. She is the all- Award. time leading points and goal scorer for the “This was the most representatives as program with 29 goals and 26 assists. All-Stars we’ve had in school history,” Senior goalkeeper Gabi Dolan, voted as noted Ken. the team’s Defensive Player of the Year, The Mares capped their season with a was also recognized as Section Three’s top school record 14-6-2 mark. They made goalie with a first-team All-Star selection. their first-ever district appearance and Dolan was a first-team All-Star as a were one win away from qualifying for sophomore and was a second-teamer last the state playoffs. year. She caps her career as the all-time Junior varsity award winners included shutout leader with 16, 10 of which hap- Alyssa Harpe, MVP; Megan Plank, Defenpened this season. Dolan was also recog- sive Player of the Year; Kyla Groff, Offennized as an academic All-Star. sive Player of the Year; and Sarah Landis, Sophomore Hannah Wood was a sec- Coach’s Choice. ond-team All-Star “for her outstanding Junior high varsity awards went to defense,” noted Ken. “She led our stubborn Addison O’Donnell, MVP; Lindsay defense to a less than one goal per game Mecouch, Defensive Player of the Year; average this year - an all-time team best.” Emma Housekeeper, Offensive Player of Wood and Hanna Walters received the the Year; and Aribella McComsey, Coach’s Coach’s Choice Award. Choice Award. Freshman Meg Bailey capped her seaReceiving junior high junior varsity son with a second-team All-Star nod. She awards were Olianna Oravitz, MVP; Magtied for the team lead in goals and fin- gie Pool, Defensive Player of the Year; Abiished just behind Alana for total team gail Landis, Offensive Player of the Year; points (goals and assists). Bailey received and Taelor Martin, Coach’s Choice Award.
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Ulyses Bedolla-Baeza (center) won the bus safety art contest. He was congratulated by Clermont Elementary principal Chris Zander (left) and Nikki Zook of the Solanco Transportation Department.
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FAITH REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (PCA): 611 Robert Fulton Hwy, Quarryville. 717-786-7559. Sunday School all ages: 9 am. Coffee/Fellowship: 10 am. Worship: 10:30 am. Middle/Sr High Youth Group meets Wed at 6:45 pm. MOPS Group meets every other Friday and Awana each Wednesday, September thru May. email@example.com; www.faithrpc.org.
FREEDOM LIFE: We’re all about loving God, loving people and loving life! Join us on Sundays at 9am & 11am at Providence Elem School for the best 75min of you week! It’s a place where the smiles are warm, the music is upbeat & the coffee is free. Campus Pastors: Derek & Lily Weidman. Visit us Online at freedom.life.
COLERAIN CHURCH: 1923 Noble Rd., Kirkwood. Pastor Bryce Wendler. 717-7868322. Sunday Worship Service 10 am. website: www.wesleyqville.org/colerain e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: 101 S Hess St., Quarryville, PA. Sunday School 9am; Worship 10:15am w/child care thru age 4. Small Groups, Youth Program, Blended music worship. Pastor Chris Eden, 717.786.2941. www.Quarryville.Church Join us in serving Christ and our community. MIDDLE OCTORARA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: 1199 Valley Road Quarryville. Sunday Services: Sunday School 9 AM; Blended Worship 10:30 AM. 717-7863402 Visit us online at www.middleoctorara.org
PROVIDENCE CHURCH OF GOD: 269 Cinder Rd. 717-786-5580. Sunday School all ages- 9:00am & 10:45am. Family Worship Service at 9:00am & 10:45am. Wednesday Services: AWANA (September-April) 3 yrs-6th grade 6:30-8pm. Youth Bible Study 6:30-8pm. Handicapped Access. www.provchurch.net
REFTON BIC CHURCH: 110 Church St., Refton, Scott MacFeat, Jr. Lead, Pastor. Sunday Worship 10:30 am; Student Ministry: Wednesdays at 6:30-8pm, Oct.-May. Clothing Room: 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month Visit www.reftonchurch.org for more info. 717-806-5812. Handicapped accessible & Hearing assistance.
SMITHVILLE CHURCH OF GOD: 595 Pennsy Rd., New Providence. 717-786-1879. A Family Friendly Church. Sunday Worship Service, Jr. Church & Preschool at 10 a.m. Nursery Available. scog.cggc.org
GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH OF MILLERSVILLE 121 Walnut Hill Rd., Millersville. Sunday School at 9:15am; Worship at 10:30am. Wednesdays: AWANA Clubs at 6:30pm. & Prayer Meeting at 6:30pm. Activities for children, students, men and women. Nursery provided all services. 717-872-4581 www.findgracehere.org
MT. EDEN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH: 1241 May Post Office Rd., Quarryville, (5 mi. South of Strasburg, 3 mi. North of 372). Rev. Donald Costlow, Pastor. Sunday worship service 9:30 am, nursery provided. Sunday School 11 am- all ages. Various ministries, groups available. Youth groups. Limited handicap accessibility. 717-786-7565. www.mteden.org
LA COSECHA UN MINISTERIO DE WESLEY CHURCH: 7 Wesley Rd., Quarryville, PA. Pastor Richie Nazario. Servicio de Adoracion 11am. Escuela Dominical para ninos a las 11am. 717-786-8322 x308. email@example.com www.wesleyqville.org Facebook@LaCosechaQville
MT. NEBO UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: 673 Martic Heights Dr., Pequea. Pastor Chandler Evans. Office 717-284-4331. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m., Sunday School 9 a.m. www.mtneboumc.org Mt. Nebo Preschool - 717-284-4331.
ST. CHRISTOPHER’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Welcomes You! 116 Lancaster Pike, Oxford (Rt. 472 just East of Rt. 1 bypass ramps.) Sunday Holy Communion Services at 8:30am quiet & reflective & at 10:30am with Festive Music. Christian Formation & Education for all ages occurs btwn the services at 9:30. Nursery available. Join us for a beautiful Liturgy & warm Community. Check our website for updates. Rev. Dr. Mary Ann Mertz Rector@stchrisoxford.org 610-932-8134. www.stchrisoxford.org
MT. VERNON CHRISTIAN CHURCH: Neighbors Multiplying God’s Kindness, 1 Lighthouse Dr, Kirkwood. Pastor Tony Murrin. Sunday School- all ages 9am, Worship 10:15am. Handicap Access. 717-529-4102 mtvernonchristianchurch.com
UNION PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: 5637 Street Rd., Kirkwood, PA, off Rt. 472 between Quarryville & Oxford. (717) 5292000. Blended Worship at 10 am.; Sunday School 9 am.; Fellowship 9:45 am. Nursery provided. Email: email@example.com, www.unionpres.com, handicap access.
LITTLE BRITAIN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 255 Little Britain Church Rd., Peach Bottom (between 222 and 272). Sunday School Classes all ages 9:15 a.m. Worship Service 10:30 a.m. Youth Groups for Elementary, Jr. High and Sr. High, Choir, Bell Choir, Small Groups. Rev. Thomas Milligan, 717-548-2266. Web site: www.littlebritainchurch.org E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Hearing assistance devices.
MECHANIC GROVE CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN: 1392 Robert Fulton Hwy., (Rt. 222) Quarryville. Calvin F. Park, Senior Pastor; Misty L. Wintsch, Associate Pastor; Jeff Keller, Pastor of Youth and Young Adults. Traditional Worship 8:15am; Adult & Children’s Sunday School 9:30am, Contemporary Worship 10:30am; Middle & High School Youth Group, 1st & 3rd Sundays, 7pm. Handicap access, hearing assistance device, infant & toddler nursery. 717-786-2723. Wee Friends Preschool 717-806-2161. CLASP Before & After School Program 717-806-2159 www.mgcb.org
NEW PROVIDENCE MENNONITE CHURCH: 121 Main St., New Providence. We are a small, friendly church where everyone is welcome! Sunday worship: 10am. Sunday school 9am. “Come to me all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.” www.npmchurch.net 717786-4233 OAK HILL FELLOWSHIP CHURCH: Come follow Jesus with us Sundays at 9am & in Gospel Community throughout the week! Meeting @ 902 Winter Hill Rd, Strasburg. 717-786-4559. Sundays @ 9am: Engaging, worshipful singing & biblical preaching (child classes available). Sundays @ 11am: Discipleship classes for all ages. Throughout the Week: smaller Gospel Communities meet in homes. Visit us online www.oakhillfellowship.com
WESLEY CHURCH: 1104 Kirkwood Pe, Quarryville. Pastor R. Blake Deibler. 717-786-8322. Sunday Worship Services at 7:45am, 9:15am & 11am. Sunday School all ages 9:15am; Kids’ Time at the 11am service for K-5th grade. A special needs class if offered during 9:15am service. www.wesleyqville.org; email: email@example.com
WILLOW STREET UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST: 2723 Willow Street Pk., Willow Street. (717) 464-3462. Pastors: Ron Bohannon and Liza Garcia. Adult Study Group 8:15 a.m.; Worship 9:30 a.m.; Kids Connection 9:30 a.m.; handicapped friendly, hearing devices. Nursery care provided. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Royer’s Flowers Presents Donation
OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE HH GOODS, 50 WINROSS & HESS TRUCKS SAT., DEC. 7, 2019 • 9:00 AM REAL ESTATE AT 12:00 NOON
Cheryl Brill (left), chief operating officer of Royer’s Flowers & Gifts, recently presented a donation of $1,000 to the Community Action Partnership (CAP) of Lancaster County, represented by Christine Gilfillan, Domestic Violence Services director. The funds are earmarked for CAP’s Domestic Violence Services program, which provides emergency shelter, counseling, legal and housing services and children’s programming for victims of domestic violence and their children. Family-owned Royer’s donates $10 to women’s charities for every purchase of its “Admiration” arrangement.
Located at 444 South Belmont Rd. Ronks, Paradise Twp., Lanc. Co., PA. Turn South off of Rt. 896 between Strasburg & Georgetown on South Belmont Rd. to auction. 2300 Sq. Ft. 1 Story Ranch Style w/Atglen Stone, w/Cedar & Redwood Siding, Dwelling w/ Over Size 2 Car Garage. Eat-in Kitchen w/wooden Cabinets, Upgraded Appliances, Dining Area, Glass Doors leading LOT SIZE 0.63 ACRES - ZONED: RURAL RES. to Enclosed Sun Porch w/ Propane Peguea Valley School District Stove, Living Room w/ Stone Fireplace, Picture Window, Coat Closet. 3 Bedrooms w/Closets, Ofﬁce/ Den, Full Bath w/Linen Closet. Cedar Closet in Hallway. Laundry Area, Half Bath, Full Basement w/Finished Family Room, Stone Fireplace, Work Area, Utility Room, Oil Hot Water Heat, Central Air, Well w/Water Treatment System, New Septic System. 12 ft. x 10 ft. Utility Shed, In Ground Fish Pond. AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: Well Built Atglen Stone House, Hardwood Floors throughout, Plaster Walls. A Beautiful Country Setting w/a View for miles of Lanc. Co. OPEN HOUSE: Sat., November 23 from 2:00-4:00 pm or call for private showing at 717-687-7181. $20,000 down day of auction. Settlement on or before January 21, 2020. Taxes Approx. $3,500. Furniture & Appliances: 9:00 AM - Maple Drop Leaf ext. Table w/2 Boards, 4 Chairs, Maple Hutch, Nice Bunk Bed, 2 Pc. White Wicker Patio Set; Book Cases; Entertainment Center; Sofa Bed; Upholstered Furniture-2 Lazy Boys; Wooden Folding Chairs; Maytag Washer & Dryer; Dehumidiﬁer; Deer Head Mount; Bushnell Spotting Scope; Kerosene Heaters; Oreck Sweeper; Fisher Price Toys; 4-Sleds; Lots of Books; 50 Winross Trucks at 10:30 AM. Tools at 11:00 AM: Cub Cadet LTX 1042 Hyd. 42” Deck Riding Mower; New GP 5500 Watts Generator; MTD 21” Cut Push Mower; Elect. Leaf Blower; Stihl Weed Eater; Wheel Barrow; Shop Vac. 20 Ft. Werner Ext. Ladder; Hand & Garden Tools. ORDER OF SALE: 9:00 Furniture & Appl., 10:30 Winross, 11:00 Tools: Garden & Lawn Equip. Terms By: Melvin & Charles Benner, Atty. Mary Ellen Barge 717-656-4201
for over 400 LOTS Pool and Park Related Items Township of Derry, Parks and Recreation Hershey Recreation Center 605 Cocoa Avenue, Hershey, PA 17033 Building closing for a new “Community Center” Miracle 149’ water slide; Woodward Skateboard Park including 20’ half and quarter Pikes, Pyramid, Escalator, Grind rails, Park table and Bench; Kolar Diesel Generator 60kw (948 hours) and transfer switch; 12’x30’ alum storage shed; 500’ of 8’ high chain link fence with 4 sets of gates; Pool related items– Durafirm 16’ Diving board; Starting blocks, Lane lines and reels; Pool Ladders; Aluminum Bleachers; Pool –Meters, pumps, motors, Variable frequency drive; (2) Pavilions 20’x45’; Kids Sprinkler Fountains; Commercial Picnic Tables and waste cans; Patio furniture; Round patio tables; Safegaurd U.V. light 542 gal; PVC Lockers; Composite Benches; Three bay sink; Tumbling matts; Aluminum Railing; Bike racks; Safes. For a complete listing, Auction Terms, Photos and to bid online… visit zieglerauction.com
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Directions: From: Quarryville follow N. Church St. to Stone Rd. Continue to Stony Hill Rd., turn right. Follow to Loop Rd. turn right, continue to property on right. OR take May Post Office Rd. South of White Oak Rd. 1 mi. Turn right onto Stony Hill Rd. Go 1/10 mi. Turn left onto Loop Rd. Follow 1 1/2 mi. to property. - REAL ESTATE 1-acre country lot w/a 5 bdrm. house (only 4 yrs. old!) and a 28’x40’ barn. 2½ sty. house w/3,149 sq.ft., 5 bdrm., 1½ bath, full attic and full daylight basement. 1st Floor: Features open floor plan. Eat-in kitchen w/oak cabinetry, walk-in pantry, living rm., parlor, sewing rm., bedroom, mudroom, laundry, 2 covered porches. 2nd Floor: 4 bdrms w/closets, storage room, half bath. Full Attic. Lower Level: Full, daylight basement w/Idea insulated precast walls, large open area plus, can room, utility rm. and coal bin. Coal stove radiant heat. Barn: 28’x40’ block/frame barn w/12’x27’ addition, 3 lg. stalls, carriage area and 2nd floor storage. Situated on 1 acre +/- w/on-site well and septic (septic new in 2016), fenced pasture, garden area. Eden Twp., Solanco Schools. Zoned Ag. Taxes: Spring $1,208, Fall $3,312. Note: Ideal opportunity to purchase country property w/spacious 2½ story house. Only 4 yrs. old! Borders farmland. Minutes to Quarryville. Easy access to Rts. 222, 372, 472. Sellers are relocating and serious to sell. Terms: 10% down, settlement on or before February 5, 2020. Inspection by appointment or OPEN HOUSE: SATURDAYS, Nov. 16 & 23, 1-3 PM Contact auctioneer @ (717) 354-9524 w/any questions. See more @ auctionzip.com ID#25403 Auctioneers: Tim Weaver Dave Stoltzfus & Steve Schuler Lic. #AY2109 Phone: 717-354-9524
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1638, 1640, 1642 Rothsville Rd., Lititz, PA 17543 ROTHSVILLE 3-UNIT WITH 5-BAY GARAGE/SHOP 0.48 Acre Lot - WARWICK SD OPEN HOUSE: SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT Auction For: Bottom Line Contracting
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16 Crest Ave., Lancaster, PA 17602 WELL-LOCATED 3 BEDROOM CONESTOGA VALLEY INVESTMENT PROPERTY - 0.28 Acre Lot CONESTOGA VALLEY SD OPEN HOUSE: SAT. DEC. 7, 10AM-12PM & SAT. DEC. 14, 10AM-12PM OR SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT Auction For: Mary Siegrist
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768 Graystone Rd., Manheim, PA 17545
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2PM REAL ESTATE 9 Bentley Lane, Lancaster, PA 17603 WELL LOCATED 5 BEDROOM HOME IN NICE NEIGHBORHOOD - 0.24 Acre Lot SCHOOL DISTRICT OF LANCASTER OPEN HOUSE: SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT Auction For: William B. Hipple, Jr. Estate
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after ﬁnal Township building approval December 3. Auction starts closing Thursday, December 12 at 1 P.M. This auction has a tight schedule due to approval, demolition and building plans. NO EXCEPTIONS to removal deadline. Preview day Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2019 12 Noon to 5 P.M. Removal times - Dec. 13, 17, 18 8 A.M. till 5 P.M. 717.533.4267 Lic. #AH 081-L
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Among the dancers featured in the upcoming performance of “The Nutcracker” by Octorara Ballet School at Octorara Junior-Senior High School on Dec. 14 are (from left) Demi Petersheim as the Snow Queen, Maddie French as Clara and Lela Rew as the Sugar Plum Fairy.
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Octorara Ballet School will perform a story ballet rendition of “The Nutcracker” on Saturday Dec. 14, at 1 and 3 p.m. in the auditorium at Octorara Junior-Senior High School, 226 Highland Road, Atglen. The Octorara Ballet School performs this show every other year. Each one-hour See Ballet pg 13
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Students Named To Breakfast Club Smith Middle School students named to the Breakfast Club for September were (front, from left) Sarah Bard, Liora Cheek, Bryce Cox, Dayshaun Rochester, Adam Grawe, Tae Martin, (back) Kiera Hashinger, Allen Myer, Mia Truett, Raif Groves, and Scott Kocul. Swift Middle School students Named to the Breakfast Club for September were (front, from left) Brooklynn King, Vance Millhouse, Shannon Moore, Keith Wagner, (middle) Cassidy Brown, Adison Hetrick, Abigail Hollandsworth, Lee McKee, (back) Abagail Hodgson, Keeley Kreider, Julianna Krepelka, and Courtney Sellers. Smith and Swift middle schools have recognized the Breakfast Club students for September. Each month, in support of character education, a select group of students is invited to a breakfast with their parents and middle school principal Paul Gladfelter. Teachers nominate students for the Breakfast Club based on their display of good character, respect for others, responsibility, honesty, courtesy, and manners. Smith students include Sarah Bard, Liora Cheek, Bryce Cox, Dayshaun Rochester, Adam Grawe, Tae Martin, Kiera Hashinger, Allen Myer, Mia Truett, Raif Groves, and Scott Kocul. Swift students include Brooklynn King, Vance Millhouse, Shannon Moore, Keith Wagner, Cassidy Brown, Adison Hetrick, Abigail Hollandsworth, Lee McKee, Abagail Hodgson, Keeley Kreider, Julianna Krepelka, and Courtney Sellers.
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Hidden Valley Self Storage 105 Shamrock Lane, Parkesburg, PA 19365 email@example.com • www.hiddenvalleystorage.com
Payment due immediately upon acceptance of bid. Unit 752 Stored by: Verna L. Lindsay Unit 218 Stored by: William Pyle Unit 439 Stored by: Adrian E. Stewart Unit 620 Stored by: Michael Roane Unit 838 &828 Stored by: Michael Hashem Unit 328 Stored by: Vernadell Sweeney
The personal property stored by the individuals and businesses listed below will be sold at auction to satisfy the owner’s lien as granted in Pennsylvania statute #1982-325 and under Chapter 72 of the Uniform Commercial Code (13 Pa. C.S. 7201-7210). Conditions: All units will be sold to highest bidder. Bids taken only for each unit in its entirety. Payment must be made by cash only. No personal checks. All goods must be removed from the property within 24 hours.
Ballet from pg 12 show will feature music, colorful costumes and lively dances. The show is suitable for the whole family. General admission tickets can be purchased at www.octoraraballet.com /performance. There will also be a few premium seats available for an additional fee. Children age 3 and under who will sit on a parent’s lap do not need a ticket. Performers range in age from 5 to 18 years old. Gwen Potter is the studio owner and director. For additional information, readers may email firstname.lastname@example.org.
PUBLIC AUCTION 25.8 ACRES FARM w/STREAM 2 STY. 6 BDRM. DWL. - BANK BARN SHOP - GAR. - WAREHOUSE TRAILERS - SKID LOADER - FORK LIFT EQUIPMENT - MATERIALS - TOOLS QUARRYVILLE - BUCK AREA
SATURDAY, JANUARY 4 9 A.M. - REAL ESTATE 1 P.M. 412 Fairview Rd., New Providence. Rt. 222 S. toward Quarryville. Right Fairview Rd. OR Rt. 372 W. of Quarryville. Right Ridge Rd. Right Fairview Rd. Country farmhouse w/4562 SF, large eat-in kitchen, family rm. w/FP & gas insert, living rm., sewing/family rm., laundry/mud rm., 6 bdrms. (1st ﬂoor bdrm.) 2 bonus bdrms., 2½ baths, daylight bsmt., bank barn 40x58 w/5 horse stalls, box stalls, ﬁnished 2nd ﬂoor w/ kitchen 16x30 carriage garage, horse barn 38x40 w/4 horse stalls, 2nd ﬂoor rec rm. plus 2 car gar. shop/warehouse 42x100 w/32x42 2 bay garage, shop/ofﬁce bldg. 38x76 w/ ofﬁce, shop rm., large shop, 25.8 ACRES mostly fenced pasture w/stream. After 24 years owners moving to Virginia & serious to sell. Over 15,000 SF bldg./ barn/warehouse area. A “must see” to appreciate size, quality & potential. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., Dec. 14, 21 & 28 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit www.klinekreidergood. com. Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualiﬁed buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006. (Lender NMLS ID #834368)
Ammon P. & Anne B. Stoltzfoos 717-786-0880
Randal V. Kline, Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-733-1006 Lic. #499, 2116, 5064, 3956
Bondelandet Lodge Schedules Dinner The Bondelandet Lodge, the local connection with Sons of Norway, will meet on Friday, Dec. 6, at 6 p.m. at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 301 St. Thomas Road, Lancaster. Following the Norwegian tradition of hospitality, visitors are welcome and invited to share in the annual Julebord (Norwegian Christmas dinner) featuring traditional lutefisk and roast pork dinner. There will also be a holiday dessert table. Suggested attire is a traditional bunad or holiday attire. There will be a charge for guests, payable at the door. For details, readers may call Jeanne Addison at 717-793-7428.
HELP WANTED General A PT POSITION WITH FT PAY Paid training provided. Property inspection 717-314-2752 email@example.com
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.
FAITHFUL TRANSPORT- MAKING a difference in students lives one day at a time! Hiring PT School Van Drivers. Call Today 717-286-1650 Ex 2.
PT HELP NEEDED on dairy farm for weekday morning milking, (approx. 5-7 AM) Cochranville area. Leave message 610-998-0672
HOME IMPROVEMENT COMPANY will train must have drivers. license. Call 717-490-0209
LAWN CARE/LANDSCAPING POSITION Available December 2019 Tree Work, Snow Removal, Full Time YearRound work w/ benefits 18+ yrs old w/ Valid Driver's License and strong work ethic Bird-in-Hand, PA 717-405-7214
COMPANION DRIVER QPRC is seeking a Companion Driver to join our Great Rock Home Care team. The Companion Driver provides companionship, transportation, and personal assistance to individual clients of Great Rock Home Care. Pool/ PRN shifts available. Professional driving experience preferred. Valid PA Driver’s License and acceptable driving record required. QPRC is an Equal Opportunity Employer For more information, please contact us today! 625 Robert Fulton Hwy Quarryville PA 17566 717-786-5201 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org To view these and other current openings or to apply online, please go to our website at www.quarryville.com DAIRY FARM LOOKING for PT help with weekend milking (Sat. AM & Sun. AM & PM) 610-998-0672 Leave message. DRIVER NEEDED FOR Employee transportation, steady work 5 to 6 days per week. Call Steve 717-947-0127 DRIVER/ WORKER Needed with Valid Drivers License. Superior Siding, 717-278-4947
Now Hiring for the following positions: • Stamped Concrete Division • Flat work Division • Excavating Division Installing concrete in residential & commercial. Full-time position available. Competitive hourly pay rate with overtime & benefits. No experience necessary. Must have valid PA drivers license. Please call 717-687-6842 or apply at 2771 Lincoln Hwy East, Ronks, PA 17572 OCTORARA ROOFING IS Seeking Full Time or Part Time Driver/ Worker, drivers license required. Includes paid holidays & vacation. Call 717-826-8528
PRETTYMAN EXCAVATING & SEPTIC SERVICES Well established excavating and septic company seeks a Class B/CDL Truck Driver/ Operator. Operation of vacumn truck, manual labor and other duties as assigned for the day to day operation of company. Salary based on experience. Paid holidays and Vacation.y Mandatory DOT drug testing. Call 610-932-5270 READ YOUR AD THE FIRST WEEK IT APPEARS. This publication will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion of any advertisement.
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LEGAL NOTICES FOR SALE: Contents of the occupants leased space shall be sold to satisfy the Owner’s Lien Units 354, & 328 Auction will be held at C.L. Self Storage, 101 S. Lime St, Quarryville, PA. 17566. Tuesday, December 10th @ 10 am. Sold to highest bidder. call 717-786-9735 PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD ONLINE AT TOWNLIVELY.COM
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ELDER CARE ASSISTANCE FOR ELDERLY, caregivers provide hygiene assistance, meals, light housework in your home. Insured, Bonded, RN owned & operated. Visiting Angels, 717-393-3450.
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WESTERN RED CEDAR Surplus Sale .75 LF to 3.00 LF!!! Siding, Decking, T&G, Posts, and Lumber. 1x4, 1x6, 1x8, 1x10, 1x12, 2x4, 2x6, 2x12, 4x4. All Lengths Available! Call 484-667-0321
Bldg. Materials METAL ROOFING & Siding for Houses, Barns, Sheds. Close outs, Returns, Seconds, Overruns, etc. at Discount Prices. Ephrata, PA 717-445-5222
SHED FOR SALE can be used for one car garage. 1-1/2 years old. You haul. $4000 obo. 717-803-9117
BUYING TOYS & COLLECTIBLES www.DNRCollectibles.com PA’s Largest Buyer of Toys & Collectibles 27 E Lancaster Street, Red Lion, PA Hours: 10:00am-4:00pm, Monday-Friday 717-329-8167 • email@example.com Toys Vintage or Modern, New or Used, Hess Trucks, Barbies, Diecast, Hot Wheels & Matchbox, Action Figures, Models, Trains, Sports Cards/ Memorabilia, Movie/ Music Memorabilia, Video Games & much more!
GUNS WANTED INSTANT PAYMENT 1 gun or collection- Will travel Kinsey’s Outdoors, 717-653-5524
ATTENTION DIABETICS! Save money on your diabetic supplies! Convenient home shipping for monitors, test strips, insulin pumps, catheters and more! To learn more, call now! 1-844-698-4858
ATTENTION OXYGEN THERAPY USERS! Inogen One G4 is capable of full 24/7 oxygen delivery. Only 2.8 pounds. FREE information kit. Call 1-877-929-9587
BOXER PUPS, 6, Born 9/26, shots, wormed, ready now. $495. 717-5296067 ext 1
CANE CORSO/ MASTIFF Mixed puppies, very gentle, vet checked, shots, wormed. $495. 814-514-3014
JET JWS-22CS SHAPER. 1.5 hp, closed stand. With cutting heads. $700. 610-888-4713
CHIHUAHUA MIXED PUPPIES, a very adorable small puppies, shots & wormed, $495. 610-913-6584
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Students at Solanco High School were scheduled to participate in Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) Day on Dec. 3. The event is designed to encourage more families to dine in together more often. Students in the family and consumer sciences classes taught by Erin Byrnes and Christine Sawicki have been learning about and sharing with others the health, economic, physical and mental benefits of dining together with family, and also preparing meals together. An additional focus is device-free dining (no cell phones and other electronics). This is the second year that Solanco High School has participated in the annual American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences celebration of FCS Day. The goal is to encourage students, high school staff and community members to dine in with their families, friends, and/or neighbors and even prepare meals together during the week of Dec. 3 in the hope they will enjoy the benefits and will continue eating and perhaps cooking together in the following days and weeks. According to Byrnes, students were provided recipes that would enable them to prepare economical, easy, delicious and nutritious meals. The recipes include meals that are light dining, vegetarian and gluten-free. The recipes include chicken Parmesan stuffed peppers, cheeseburger soup, tomato bisque, vegetable and three-cheese stuffed shells, skinny Alfredo, roast pork tenderloin, potsticker stirfry, and more. Byrnes emailed school staff with recipes and encouragement to cook and eat together with family. Students have also received tips on how to use social media and other communications to promote dining in among their family and friends.
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