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By Dayna M. Reidenouer
When homeless individuals check into the new Providence Shelter at Water Street Mission, 210 S. Prince St., Lancaster, they keep warm under brightly colored comforters handsewn with love. Rosene Weaver has long been a member of the sewing circle at Hammer Creek Mennonite Church. The group makes comforters that are distributed to disaster survivors and refugees by Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) as well as to homeless people by shelters in the Reading area. A comforter is made from a top pieced from squares that typically measure between 4 and 8 inches per side and a solid backing, together sandwiching quilt batting or a heavy piece of fabric. The three layers are tied together with knots made from
strong thread. The comforters are finished by binding the edges, and they measure 60 inches by 80 inches, large enough for a twin-size bed. A sewing factory in the Ephrata area closed a few years ago and donated a wealth of unused material to the sewing circle. Volunteers cut the fabric into squares, which Weaver organizes into groups for quilt tops. Weaverâ€™s mother, Ruth Bruckhart, sews the tops, and then Weaver assembles the comforters. Erma Martin finishes the binding. Weaver noted that she does a lot of the work at home because her responsibilities at her familyâ€™s greenhouse business often prevent her from attending sewing circle meetings. â€œ We do this on the offseason,â€? Weaver remarked. â€œOur vocation doesnâ€™t allow vacations, so I do staycations at home. I tie comforters in our basement. Itâ€™s so therapeutic. I just love it.â€? See Providence Shelter pg 2
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Hammer Creek Mennonite Church sewing circle members Rosene Weaver (left) and Erma Martin were instrumental in assembling and delivering comforters for the cots at Water Street Missionâ€™s Providence Shelter. Opportunities to contribute to the emergency shelter are ongoing.
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â€œThe Wonder of Hopeâ€? with illusionist Brett A. Myers will take place on Friday, Jan. 17, and Saturday, Jan. 18. Both shows will begin at 7 p.m. in Landis Hall at The Junction Center, 1875 Junction Road, Manheim. Myers is a Christian illusionist whose passion is connecting people with the message of the Gospel through the art of illusion. Tickets may be purchased by visiting www.thejunctioncenter.com or calling 717-459-3701. Tickets purchased at the door will have a higher fee. A portion of the proceeds will benefit HOPE International.
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Gregg Richards (second from left), executive director of the Occupational Development Center (ODC), presents the first Olivia Stoner Award to Ben Bowman (center) and his wife, Mignon (second from right). Bill Young (far left), president of the ODC board, and board member Tonia Witman (far right) also took part in the presentation. By Ann Mead Ash
In late summer and early fall of 2019, Occupational Development Center (ODC), 640 Martha Ave., Lancaster, presented the first Olivia S.
Stoner Awards. The organization has designated that two awards, named for one of ODCâ€™s founders, will be given each year. â€œOne is to go to an individual or group of individuals and another to a See Stoner Awards pg 2
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Baron Elementary School kindergartner Makenna Linder fought a battle with a rare form of cancer when she was 3 years old, and now at age 6 she is battling another form of the disease. On Friday, Jan. 17, her classmates, school, and community are planning to rally around her in a tremendous show of support through a #PinkOutForMakenna. Makennaâ€™s teacher, Julie Reed, wanted to make sure her student felt an abundance of love from her 21 classmates a s s h e b e g a n u n d e r g o i n g See Makenna pg 6
A #PinkOutForMakenna will take place on Jan. 17, when students in the Manheim Central School District and everyone in the surrounding communities are invited to wear pink in a show of support for Baron Elementary School kindergartner Makenna Linder. Makenna is currently undergoing treatment for her second battle with cancer.
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business,” explained Ken Mueller, public relations and development manager for ODC. “The awards will be given to those who embody the spirit and vision of Olivia Stoner,” said Mueller, adding that recipients will be recognized for reflecting Stoner’s commitment to creating a better life for individuals with disabilities. At the end of August 2019, the first award was given to Benjamin and Mignon Bowman. Now in their 90s, the couple has supported the work of the ODC, and its participants, for more than 50 years. Ben first became involved in the early 1960s as a member of the AMBUCS, which raised funds for ODC. In 1965, when Ben was heading up Wickersham Construction, the company built the second addition to the ODC building. Wickersham built the third addition in 1984. In the 1980s, Ben served as board president.
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Bruckhart is 82 years old and a prolific sewist. In 2019, she sewed an all-time high of 343 quilt tops for the sewing circles at Hammer Creek and Hernley Mennonite Church. “It’s a special outlet for her,” Weaver remarked. When Weaver learned about the opening of Providence Shelter and saw pictures of the white-sheeted cots, she felt compelled to contact Water Street Mission. The sewing circle prefers to send dark-colored comforters to MCC relief efforts because they tend not to show dirt. That left an assortment of lightercolored comforters that had not yet found a home. “We thought it would be good (for them) to go to a place with a washer and dryer,” Weaver said. In all, the group had 77 comforters available, so Martin and Weaver delivered them to Providence Shelter. As an additional service, they asked to make the beds. “For Erma and me to go in there, it was so rewarding,” Weaver said, noting that seeing the comforters put to use was one of the highlights of her life. She added that the shelter, which was created in a renovated warehouse on the Water Street Mission campus, is clean and inviting. “We created Providence Shelter so those experiencing homelessness can feel God’s
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Gregg Richards, executive director of ODC, lauded the recipients of both awards. “I can’t say enough good things about them,” said Richards. “The awards are well deserved, and it’s wonderful to have support from such good people,” he said, adding, “In the case of the Bowmans, they literally built the building.” Stoner founded ODC along with Marian Headrick in 1948. She remained an integral part of the organization into the early 1980s. “(Stoner) served on the board and was very active in what was being done (at ODC),” said Mueller. “She was a forward-thinking, proactive, and strong woman who really had a vision for ODC that was ahead of the times.” Stoner’s interest in founding ODC was
tied to a nephew who had developmental disabilities and did not have many opportunities in the 1940s. “She didn’t like (his) options,” said Mueller. “Who we are (as an organization) today is based on her vision.” The Stoner Award is unique, so ODC sought an item to exemplify the Stoner vision by working with the glass blowers at the Stiegel Glassworks in Manheim. Readers who would like to learn more may visit www.odcenter.org or call 717397-4269.
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“(The Bowmans) have been big supporters (of ODC),” said Mueller of Ben and Mignon, who have been generous with both their time and finances. Mignon is part of the ODC Auxiliary that raises money for the organization. “They are a sweet couple, and are still active with ODC in a variety of ways.” The second award was presented in October 2019 to Kinsey’s Outdoors in Mount Joy, which makes archery supplies and outdoor gear. “(Kinsey’s) has embraced the mission of ODC and our goal of finding meaningful employment for individuals with developmental disabilities,” said Mueller, who added that Kinsey’s was ODC’s first small group employment site. “ODC individuals who work there alongside other employees have become a part of the Kinsey’s family,” said Mueller. “(ODC participants) love going out there.” The skill set of participants has been a good fit with Kinsey’s, where tasks include folding and packing items such as T-shirts, archery equipment, traps, and gloves.
Gregg Richards (left), executive director of the Occupational Development Center (ODC), presents the first Olivia Stoner Award to be given to a business to Rick Kinsey (center) and Sherri Kinsey Gorman (right), representatives of Kinsey’s Outdoors in Mount Joy.
Change of Pace Central women’s Bible study winter session 2020 will meet on Thursdays, beginning Jan. 23, from 9:15 to 11:30 a.m. The schedule will include refreshments at 9:15 a.m., a time of worship at 9:30 a.m., and study groups until 11:30 a.m. The program will take place at Lancaster Alliance Church, 210 Pitney Road, Lancaster. Available studies will be “2 Corinthians” by Kelly Minter, “Uninvited” by Lysa TerKeurst, and “Joseph - The Man With the Coat of Many Colors: Finding God Faithful/A Study on the Life of Joseph” by Minter. Preregistration is requested. Child care and homeschool monitors will be available. A freewill offering will be received each week. For more information or to preregister, readers may contact Jessica at 717-519-5220 or copcbiblestudies @gmail.com or visit www.changeofpace central.webs.com. The program is sponsored by Friendship Foundation Inc.
protective care in their lives,” said mission president Jack Crowley. “We want guests to see how God has seen ahead to their time of need and actually used the generosity of our community and partners to prepare Water Street for their arrival, providing more than beds and a place to sleep, but an environment that reflects our spiritual need for love and dignity ... a space that can reinspire hope in the hopeless.” Content developer Che Jimenez noted
that the mission had estimated it would spend $3,000 on bedding for the shelter. “The quilts saved us all that money as well as added a personal touch to our beds,” he said. “Right now, we are still accepting twin bed sheets that we need on an ongoing basis.” Readers are welcome to visit http s://wsm.org/make-an-impact/donate -goods/ to learn how they can contribute to Providence Shelter.
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The Lancaster Church of the Brethren (COB) will install the pastoral team of lead pastor Misty Wintsch and part-time pastor of worship Don Fitzkee on Sunday, Jan. 19, at 10:15 a.m. The church is located at 1601 Sunset Ave., Lancaster. Retired pastor Jim Rhen will preach on the topic “Keep My Life That It May Be Consecrated, Lord, to Thee.” Atlantic Northeast District executive Pete Kontra will conduct the installation. New members also will be received during the service, including the pastors and their families. Wintsch, of Quarryville, has served the past 11 years as associate pastor at the Mechanic Grove COB in Quarryville. She came to faith in the Lancaster congregation as a young adult. She holds a bachelor’s degree in organizational management and development from Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) and a master’s degree in church leadership from Eastern Mennonite Seminary. Wintsch served as moderator of the 2018 Atlantic Northeast District Conference, and she is an occasional adjunct instructor, teaching Biblical Perspectives at EMU’s Lancaster campus. Prior to her call to ministry, she worked in sales and management positions with employee benefits firms. Fitzkee, of Manheim, earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Elizabethtown College and a master’s degree in theological studies from Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary (now Palmer Seminary). He served for 20 years as a non-salaried minister at Chiques COB near Manheim and was director of development at COBYS Family Services for nearly 17 years prior to coming to Lancaster. He is a published author and has served as chair of the Church of the Brethren Mission and Ministry Board. For more information, readers may call the church at 717-397-4751.
Twice a year, amateur radio operators - colloquially known as ham radio operators - set up their equipment out of doors and attempt to contact as many people around the globe as possible. “We’re practicing for emergencies,” explained Red Rose Repeater Association (RRRA) president Daniel Boone of Willow Street. “Disasters don’t know the seasons of the year.” Field days are 24-hour events in order to include amateur radio enthusiasts in all time zones, as well as to give individuals experience broadcasting during the day and night. The position of the sun impacts the distance radio waves travel, Boone said. “We have access to solar radiation reports,” Boone remarked. “The next thing you know, you’re talking to a guy in Israel on 5 watts.” “That’s like walkie-talkie energy,” explained RRRA board member Doug Rice of Lancaster. “Most (easily accessible) radios are 100 watts.” Radio broadcasting is licensed by the FCC, and that includes amateur radio operators as well. “If somebody would like to get a license, we would like to help them,” said RRRA vice president Leon Hess of East Earl. Although the RRRA does not offer exam preparation, it does assist in offering the tests, and it will refer people to training classes in the region. The RRRA has many opportunities for those who become licensed. “For the exam, you use sponge memory. We don’t want to lose those people who get wrung out for the test,” Rice commented. “About half take the exam but never use it. When you start using the skills … (your knowledge) becomes more meaningful.” “It’s like getting your driver’s license and never using it,” Boone added. The RRRA leaders hope that newly
licensed or inexperienced operators, as well as anyone with an interest in amateur radio, will participate in the Winter Field Day, which will be held from 2 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 25, to 2 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 26, at the Welsh Mountain Community Center, 564 Sandmine Road, New Holland. The event is sponsored by the Winter Field Day Association. The RRRA will have three stations set up, and licensed operators may use the equipment to contact other operators. Additionally, as part of its goal to welcome newcomers, several seminars will be offered during the event, and interested individuals may learn about safety and technical skills such as how to cut out interfering signals. Events like the Winter Field Day enable amateur radio operators to make connections without the pressure of a stressful situation. Being able to legally and comfortably operate a ham radio can open doors to friendship, an enjoyable hobby, and public service, Boone said, adding that ham radios can operate in areas where cellphones cannot. The RRRA used to drill for Three Mile Island emergencies and still practices in case of an incident at the nuclear power plant in Peach Bottom. Two seconds after the first bomb was detonated at the Boston Marathon in
Pictured on front: Red Rose Repeater Association board members (from left) Leon Hess, Doug Rice, and Daniel Boone invite the public to attend the Winter Field Day from Jan. 25 to 26 at the Welsh Mountain Community Center in New Holland.
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Adaptive Tennis Program Planned Linden Hall will host an All-In Adaptive Tennis Program from 1 to 2 p.m. on Sundays, Jan. 19 to Feb. 23, at Anne Brossman Sweigart Sports and Fitness Center Gymnasium at Linden Hall, 212 E. Main St., Lititz. Adaptive tennis is a program that supports and promotes tennis for recreational and social enjoyment of individuals with physical, mental or emotional challenges. The game of tennis can be adapted to accommodate any ability. Adaptions include smaller courts, lower nets, appropriately sized racquets, low-compression larger size tennis balls and balls that jingle for the visually impaired. The United States Tennis Association (USTA) Net Generation Curriculum will be incorporated into the program. Linden Hall has a connection with supporting adaptive tennis programs. Former Linden Hall tennis coach Winnie Gilliford, who passed away in 2001, was a pioneer in teaching individuals with disabilities.
Gilliford was born with congenital back problems and her involvement with tennis began as a therapeutic measure. She earned a Middle States ranking and the Middle States Presidential Service Award, and she wrote a book, “Winnie’s Wisdom, Great Tennis Truths From an ‘Old’ Pro.” Throughout her coaching years, she taught individuals with abilities of all levels, including wheelchair tennis instruction in the 1980s. Sessions will be limited to 15 participants from ages 8 to 18. A grant from the USTA Middle States Region was instrumental in developing adaptive tennis at Linden Hall. The program cost includes six one-hour sessions. Financial need-based scholarships are also available. Linden Hall tennis coaches will lead the instruction along with volunteers from the girls’ tennis team and the community. For more information, readers may visit www.lindenhall.org/adaptive-tennis or contact Melissa Landis at 717-626-8512.
Annual Show And Tell Scheduled The Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley will hold its annual Show and Tell program on Wednesday, Jan. 22. The event will begin at 7 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church, 167 E. Main St., Ephrata. There is no admission charge, and everyone is invited
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2013, the cellphone towers in a 20-mile radius were shut down. A network for 200 ham radio operators established communication between all the race checkpoints and the hospital. Several club members support endurance races in rural areas in Pennsylvania and New Jersey as well as the New York City Marathon, and Boone is regularly stationed at mile 15 of the marathon. “We’re there to watch the runners - make sure they’re not ill, not falling down - and the crowds, that nobody is causing trouble,” Boone said. There is no cost to participate in or attend the Winter Field Day. Visitors are welcome to drop in at any time during the 24-hour event, and they may bring sleeping bags or cots if they plan to stay overnight. Registration is requested so the RRRA can plan to have enough food ready for guests, and readers may email Rice at W3COB@arrl.net or call Boone at 717-406-6382 to register. Additional information about the RRRA is available at www.w3rrr.org.
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Only one week into League meets, the Warriors (1-0, 5-0) find themselves in a three-way tie at the top of Section One with Manheim Township (1-0, 5-0) and Cedar Crest (1-0, 5-1). Opening with a road trip to Millersville on Thursday to face Penn Manor, Warwick left with a convincing 107-63 victory. The Warriors dominated all 11 events, winning each one, and had two double winners in Hannah Greenway and Morgan Stuhltrager. Greenway’s victories came in the 50 and 100 freestyles where she recorded respective times of 26.60 and 58.00 while Stuhltrager swam a 1:02.42 to take the 100 butterfly and then won the 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:12.75. Both swimmers also played a role in two of Warwick’s three relay victories of the evening. Beginning with the 200 medley, Lydia Hocker, Stuhltrager, Izzy Miller, and Greenway won with a time of 2:04.51, while in the 200 freestyle it was
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Warwick’s Morgan Stuhltrager, left photo, finished first in the 100-yard butterfly in 1:02.42 and Jamie Nolt won the 200-yard individual medley in 2:23.45 to help the Warwick girls to a 107-63, Section One win over Penn Manor last Thursday at Millersville University.
Elizabeth Cadwalader, Katie Jeanes, Greenway, and Melanie Hahn winning in 1:46.48. Finally, in the 400 freestyle, Hahn, Jamie Nolt, Sophie Brandwene, and Kendall Eby finished first with a time of 4:00.90. Winning the rest of the individuals
were Hahn (2:04.66) in the 200 freestyle, Nolt (2:23.45) in the 200 IM, Eby (5:35.81) in the 500 freestyle, and Hocker (1:07.29) in the 100 backstroke. Looking for their second win of the season, Warwick (0-1, 1-4) struggled
against the Comets on Thursday, January 9 as Penn Manor (1-0, 4-0) won nine events on its way to a 110-48 victory. The loss puts the Warriors at the bottom of Section One along with Hempfield (0-1, 4-1) and McCaskey (0-1, 2-3). Standing as the only two event
winners for Warwick were Brenden Stuhltrager who won the 500 freestyle in 5:22.38, and James Moll with a top time of :57.05 in the 100 backstroke. BOYS’ BASKETBALL Warwick’s boys picked up two key victories last week and the Warriors
(5-2, 10-4) stayed locked in a first place tie in Section Two with Elizabethtown (5-2, 10-4) as both teams vie for the section title. Winning two games that they were supposed to, Warwick picked up a 48-25 win over Ephrata (0-6, 0-14) last Wednesday, January 8, and
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Joe Sweigart turned in a 1:10:17 to finish third in the 500-yard freestyle for the Warrior boys in their 110-48, Section One loss to Penn Manor last Thursday.
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Warwick’s Ethan Hershey posted a 1:08.92 to finish third in the boys 100-yard breaststroke in the Warriors’ 110-48, Section One loss to Penn Manor last Thursday at Millersville University.
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Warrior heavyweight Hayden Benner edged Solanco’s Nate Neuhauser, 2-1, to close out the Warriors’ 42-28 loss in last Wednesday’s Section One match at Solanco.
Warwick’s Hayden Shreiner works towards a 10-0 major decision at 152 pounds over Solanco’s Wade Adams during the Warriors’ 42-28, Section One loss to the host Mules last Wednesday.
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His 234, 228, and 224 gave him a 229 average while Logan Moyer paced Hempfield with a 223, 187, and 204 for a 614 series. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL Warwick (3-3, 5-6) split last week’s slate of games and maintained sole possession of third place in Section Two behind Ephrata (3-2, 9-4) and Elizabethtown (4-3, 9-3). The lady Warriors played two consecutive games beginning with a 38-34 win over Conestoga Valley (0-7, 1-13) on Friday, January 10, followed by a 31-28 loss to Lampeter-Strasburg (2-3, 5-7) on Saturday. Jess Williamson put up a game high 16 points and along with Lauren Pyle, who scored 10 on the night, helped lead the Warriors to a hard fought victory over CV on the road. Warwick led 12-7 after the first quarter which proved to be the deciding factor in a very evenly matched contest. With both teams putting up seven points in the second and 10 points in the third, the Warriors still led by five at 29-24 heading into the final frame. In the end, however, the Warwick offense was still able to do what it had to do to win, despite Conestoga Valley’s 10-9 scoring advantage in the fourth quarter. Both Williamson and Pyle bucketed two shots from three-point range as well as two foul shots apiece while Elise Balmer added a trey of her own to the mix. In another closely contested game on Saturday at home versus the Pioneers, Warwick ended up on the losing end of a game in which both sides, again, played very consistently. While L-S jumped out to an early 13-2 advantage, the
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Logan Pitman in 2:43 of their bout at 160 to make it 30-16. Following the forfeit at 170 pounds, David Hnasko decisioned Robert Castagna 7-5 at 182 to give the Warriors a chance, but with the score 36-19 with three bouts remaining, Nick Yannutz’s fall at 195 ensured that the Mules would come away with the victory. David Wooley then scored a 21 second fall at 220 pounds and Hayden Benner finished the evening’s match at 285 with a 2-1 decision over Nathanael Neuhauser. BOWLING Maintaining a slight lead in the Section Two standings, Warwick (389) held on to the top spot over Elizabethtown (30-19) by picking up two more victories last week. The Warriors began with a 7-0 shutout of Conestoga Valley (4-31) last Tuesday, January 7, and finished on Friday with a 5-2 win over Hempfield (14-25). Tyler Miller led versus the Buckskins by rolling a match high 644 series with a 226, 214, and 204 for a 215 average at Dutch Lanes while Christopher Goldsborough’s 256, 166, and 182 gave him a 604 series total and a 201 average. Conestoga Valley’s Robbie Jack averaged 205 with a 197, 183, and 234 for a 614 series to lead the Bucks. While the Black Knights were able to keep it close at Leisure Lanes on Friday, the Warriors held on powered by Carter Snavely’s 686 series which was tops for the day.
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downed Conestoga Valley (0-7, 3-12) two nights later to ensure one more week at the top of the standings. Showing signs of playing down to its competition, Warwick only scored four points in the opening frame of Wednesday’s game with the Mounts, yet still led with a 4-3 score before finding traction in the second. Kia Cipalla led the team in scoring with 12 while the Warriors held the visiting team to zero points in the second and opened up a 17-3 lead at the break. Both Joey McCracken and Chase Yarberough added nine points and one three point shot apiece to complement Cipalla as Warwick went on a 31-22 run in the second half to close out the game. Using a spirited attack in the second quarter of their game on Friday, Conestoga Valley clawed back from a 21-8 first quarter deficit to only trail by five at halftime, but it was a 23-point output from Warwick to finish that kept the Warriors in the win column for another week. McCracken and Cipalla provided a strong 1-2 punch, scoring 27 points and 23 points respectively, in a game high effort that helped Warwick in its championship chase. On fire from long range, McCracken hit four threepointers and was 3-5 in free throw attempts while Cipalla went 4-6 at the foul line with one basket from downtown to pace the Warriors. After allowing Conestoga Valley back in the game in the second quarter, Warwick widened the gap to 10 points at 46-36 in the third and outscored the Buckskins 23-17 in a strong fourth. Bradley Stoltzfus (17) and Austin Wertz (13) led the visitors. WRESTLING Looking for a strong end to a long season, Warwick (1-4) did not get the start it was looking for in last Wednesday’s match with Solanco (2-3) as the Warriors dropped the opening six bouts to the Mules for a 30-0 deficit. Of those six, four were lost via fall and two by decision as the Warriors lost 42-28. With the match beginning at the 106-pound weight class, it wasn’t until Tim Jackson accepted a forfeit at 145 pounds that Warwick finally got on the board at 30-6. After that, the Warriors won five of the final six contested bouts while giving up one forfeit Haydn Shreiner scored a 10-0 major decision over Wade Adams at 152 and Preston Johnson decked
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Makenna from pg 1 chemotherapy treatment. Reed also wanted to find a way to support Makenna’s family - which includes parents Matthew and Amanda and brother Bradyn, a fifthgrader - through both the financial and emotional tolls of the process. In 2017, Makenna was diagnosed with a Stage II Wilms tumor that necessitated the removal of a kidney. “Her right kidney was so enlarged that it was pushing on her left kidney,” relayed Amanda. Amanda explained that once Makenna had the kidney removed, she was deemed cancer-free. Makenna underwent 18 weeks of chemotherapy treatments that were considered preventative, and she returned to Penn State Children’s Hospital for follow-up appointments every three months for the following year. “She bounced back pretty quickly,” shared Amanda. “She dreaded (the check-ups) at first, but then she was healthy so it was just something she got used to.” By the end of February 2019, Makenna was cleared to go six months before her next check-up. In November 2019, the doctors discovered that Makenna’s body had another rare form of cancer: rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS), or as Amanda said, “We just call it rhabda.” Makenna began receiving chemotherapy treatments on Dec. 10 that will continue for 42 weeks. Knowing Makenna loves the color pink, Reed decided to orchestrate a “Pink Out” in her classroom, where each of the students would wear pink on the same day to visibly show Makenna that they are standing with her. The concept mimics the traditional White Out that occurs at a Penn State football game each season, when every spectator dresses in white. “As soon as we found out Makenna was sick again, we thought it would be neat to do something special for her,” shared Reed. “The Pink Out for Makenna started out as just something for our classroom, but then it got approved to be K-12, and from there we started reaching out to local businesses and it just grew.” The entire community is invited to rally around Makenna and her family on Jan. 17 by wearing pink. Students in the Manheim Central School District are encouraged to wear pink, and Makenna
will be Zoom-conferenced in for a school assembly that day to see the wave of pink firsthand. Members of the Manheim Borough Police Department will also be pinking out and plan to deputize Makenna. Players on the Manheim Central High School boys’ and girls’ basketball teams will wear pink shirts at one of their respective January games, and Reed said plans are in the works to hopefully have spectators participate in pink outs for Makenna at those games, too. Pink T-shirts printed with the hashtag #PinkOutForMakenna are for sale at Prussian Street Arcade, 49 N. Main St., Manheim. Reed, Makenna, and Amanda have been making bright pink earrings and poofy JoJo bows, which will also be available for purchase at Prussian Street Arcade. Proceeds from the sales of shirts, earrings, and bows will support the Linder family. “When Makenna got sick, we found out that a common ground we have is crafts. She and her mom and grandma love to craft, and so do I,” shared Reed. Picking out materials for the earrings and bows provides a welcome distraction for Makenna as she is undergoing treatment. Reed even relayed a story of how when she was talking to Makenna after one of her rounds of treatment, she said, “Yup, I feel better. It’s time to craft!” Amanda said that Makenna is also eager to get back to her dance classes at Encore Dance Center, where she has been a student since age 2. “She is an amazing little girl. Her personality is just beaming,” said Reed. “It’s been really neat to see the community coming together to support her. We want to keep spreading the word and have everyone sparkle like Makenna.” Individuals interested in making a financial contribution toward Makenna’s medical expenses may visit www.gofundme.com/f/pink-out-formakenna. A Facebook group #PinkOutForMakenna has also been created to keep people informed. Additionally, people who would like to send an encouraging note to Makenna may mail those with ATTN: Makenna Linder to Baron Elementary School, 123 E. Gramby St., Manheim, PA 17545.
Fruit Growers Slate Annual Meeting The Backyard Fruit Growers (BYFG) will hold their annual winter meeting at Lancaster Farm and Home Center, 1383 Arcadia Road, Lancaster, on Saturday, Jan. 18. The guest speakers will be Monticello’s Pat Brodowski and Swarthmore’s Jeff Jabco. As in past years, the event is free for BYFG subscribers and open to the public for a suggested donation amount at the door. Brodowski will speak about the historic fruits, nuts, and vegetables of Monticello and how they relate to today’s fruit and vegetable gardeners. Jabco is director of grounds and coordinator of horticulture at the Scott Arboretum at Swarthmore College. Penn State Extension will also present an update in the spotted lanternfly
epidemic. The meeting will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with a break for lunch between the morning and afternoon sessions. Doors will open at 9 a.m., and coffee and refreshments will be offered, with freewill donations appreciated. For more information or updates in the case of severe weather, readers may contact Andrew Weidman at 717-813-1874 or email@example.com or Timothy Elkner at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Backyard Fruit Growers are an informal group of fruit growing enthusiasts dedicated to promoting the culture of growing fresh, healthy fruit in a backyard setting. More about the group may be found at www.byfg.org.
Temple Avenue from pg 1 The Lititz Public Library will welcome Temple Avenue to perform on Thursday, Jan. 23, at 6:30 p.m. as part of the library’s free, monthly concerts that are open to the public. The jazz group Temple Avenue offers a unique take on jazz classics as well as a fresh interpretation of many well-known jazz and swing tunes. It plays at swing dances, concert venues, church services, restaurants, and other venues. Formed eight years ago by Lancaster musicians and their friends at Temple University, the band
features McCaskey graduate Calli Graver on vocals, trumpeter Tim Thompson, Manheim Township graduate Colin Mekeel on piano and Mike Evangelista on bass. Preregistration is requested by calling the library at 717-626-2255 or emailing register@lititzlibrary. Pictured on front: Temple Avenue will play a free concert at the Lititz Public Library on Thursday, Jan. 23, at 6:30 p.m.
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Obituaries Jan. 6. Born in Maytown, he was the son of the late Samuel W. and Rita C. Lawler Engle. Surviving are two sons: J. Michael, husband of Susan Engle, and Mark O. Engle; a stepdaughter, Donna Cody Kreider, wife of Charles; four grandchildren; a great-grandson; two brothers: Donald V. Engle and Dennis H., husband of Jennifer K. Engle; and a sister, Joan M., wife of Harry Rupp. Arrangements were made by Workman Funeral Homes Inc., Mountville/Columbia. FRANK, Naomi A., 88, of Lititz and formerly of Elizabethtown, died on Jan. 4 at Landis Homes, Lititz. Born in West Earl Township, she was the daughter of the late Elam K. and Ada Myers Burkholder. Surviving are her husband, Richard H. Frank; five children: Karen S., wife of Kenneth Rutt, Souderton; Dean L. Frank, Bainbridge; Audrey J., wife of Kevin Rohrer, Manheim; Dale R., husband of Denette Cogley Frank, Elizabethtown; and Beth A. Sauder, Lancaster; 13 grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren. Arrangements were made by Spence Funeral Services Inc., Manheim. HORACE, Elizabeth Haigh, 91, of Manheim, died on Jan. 2 at UPMC Lititz. Born in Philadelphia, she was the daughter of the late George M. and Elizabeth Hewitt Haigh and the wife of the late Robert F. Horace. Surviving are a son, Robert F. Horace Jr., Murrells Inlet, S.C.; two daughters: Margaret, wife of Philip A. Clark, Bridgeville, Del., and Jean, wife of Tony M. Syzonenko, Manheim; three grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Arrangements were made by Buch Funeral Home, Manheim. KAYE, Norma M., of Manheim, died on Jan. 3 at Pleasant View Retirement Community, Manheim. Born in Manheim, she was the daughter of the late Norman F. and Ella Mae Buchter Myers and the wife of the late Charles S. Kaye. Arrangements were made by Buch Funeral Home, Manheim. MILLER, Jay B., 92, of Lititz, died on Jan. 1 at UPMC Lititz. Born in Lititz, he was the son of the late Harvey and Emma Buckwalter Miller and the husband of the late Reba Longenecker Miller. Surviving are a daughter, Carol, wife of Rick Kuehner, Lititz; two sons: James, husband of Elizabeth Miller, California, and Steve, husband of Karen Miller, Lititz; seven grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren. Arrangements were made by Buch Funeral Home, Lititz. PRICE, James Barrie, 83, of Mount Joy, died on Jan. 2 at Hospice & Community Care, Mount Joy. Born in Laidig, he was the son of the late Lloyd J. and Freda I. Shaw Price. Surviving are his wife, Patricia A. Gilmartin Price; two children: Barrie Ayars, Mechanicsburg, and Brad, husband of Lamm Price, Michigan; two stepsons: Michael, husband of Christy Zito, Mount Joy, and Matthew Zito, Elizabethtown; 11 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Arrangements were made by Sheetz
Funeral Home Inc., Mount Joy. REED, Paul L., 77, of Mount Joy, died on Jan. 2 at Lancaster General Hospital. Born in Columbus, Ohio, he was the son of the late Robert and Dorothy Cole Reed. Surviving are his wife, Judith Conlin Reed; two children: Shaun, husband of Sarah Reed, Manheim, and Patricia, wife of Kirk Landis, Marietta; four grandchildren; and two greatgrandchildren. Arrangements were made by Sheetz Funeral Home Inc., Mount Joy. REILLY, Fae Adams, 93, died on Dec. 30, 2019, at Masonic Village, Elizabethtown. Born in Waltersburg, she was the daughter of the late H. Earl and Violet Adams and the wife of the late Dr. William M. Reilly Jr. Surviving are two sons: Scott W., husband of Jeanne Reilly, Rockville, Md., and Gregg A., husband of Judy Reilly, Glenmoore; four grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Arrangements were made by Miller-Finkenbinder Funeral Home and Crematory, Elizabethtown. ROYER, Brian A., 56, formerly of Ephrata, died on Jan. 1 at Lehigh Valley Hospital, Allentown. Born in Ephrata, he was the son of the late Donald A. and Betty A. Wanamaker Royer. Surviving are a son, Brandon A. Royer, Ephrata, who is the son of Karen Wade Royer, Ephrata; and 10 siblings: Cindy L., wife of Tony Mercer, Lancaster; Scott A. Royer, La Mesa, Calif.; Kim M. Lawton, San Antonio; Beth A., wife of Jay Gainer, Manheim; Lisa Sue Royer, Maui, Hawaii; Eric T., husband of Debbie Royer, Newark, Del.; Daniel Royer, York; David Royer, York; Kate Royer, York; and Elizabeth, wife of Will Downs, Lancaster. Arrangements were made by Spence Funeral Services Inc., Manheim. RUTT, Merle E., 70, of Mount Joy, died on Jan. 2. Born in Lancaster, he was the son of the late Warren and Esther Sauder Rutt. Surviving are his wife, Christel Grill Rutt; a daughter, Ashley, wife of Wesley Garrison, Manheim; a son, Brandon Rutt, Mount Joy; a granddaughter; a brother, Galen, husband of Joan Rutt, Landisville; and a sister, Marlene, wife of Marlin Martin, Lebanon. Arrangements were made by Sheetz Funeral Services Inc., Mount Joy. SHEFFER, Jane A., 69, of West Hempfield Township, died on Dec. 29 at home. Born in York, she was the daughter of the late John and Helen Ruff. Surviving are her husband, Preston “Charlie” Sheffer. Arrangements were made by Workman Funeral Homes Inc., Mountville. SHUMAN, Harriett K., 66, of Lititz, died on Dec. 25, 2019, at home. Born in Pittsburgh, she was the daughter of the late Constantine J. and Bessie Sarantopoulos Kermes. Surviving are her husband, Carl K. Shuman; a daughter, Abigail K. Shuman, Lititz; a son, Scott W., husband of Amanda Shuman, Hartland, Vt.; a grandson on the way; and a twin sister, Kathi K., wife of Reed Dixon, Boynton Beach, Fla. Arrangements were made by Buch Funeral Home, Lititz.
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Club members will learn sewing skills to create usable items or clothing and also learn about club and county 4-H activities. The club will meet on two Saturdays each month at the fair office in Ephrata from 1 to 3 p.m. Also offered is a Cloverbud Club for those ages 5 to 7 prior to Jan. 1. The
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Piano, Violin Concert Planned The Trust Performing Arts Center, 37 N. Market St., Lancaster, will present an evening of music performed by pianist Matthew Graybil and violinist Rhiannon Banerdt on Friday, Jan. 17, at 7:30 p.m. The performance will be presented in community partnership with the Lancaster International Piano Festival, which features co-artistic directors Dr. Xun Pan and Dr. Ivo Kaltchev. To purchase tickets or obtain more information, readers may visit www.Lan casterTrust.com or call 717560-8241.
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Textile Science Club Will Meet The Ephrata Cocalico 4-H Club, a textile science club, will hold its reorganizational meeting on Saturday, Jan. 18, at the Ephrata Fair Association office, located on South State Street in Ephrata, from 1 to 2 p.m. Youths will need to be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian.
action-oriented model, adapted for a high level of safety and containment on multiple levels; how to deal with the reluctant or resistant client; how traumainformed care supports relapse prevention with addictions and eating disorders; how to safely incorporate experiential activities and creative arts therapies in trauma-informed care; and self-care as a route to nourish the professional and provide deeper care of client or patient. The series is intended for mental health professionals, educators, physicians, nurses, health care administrators, first responders, creative arts therapists, alternative health practitioners, midwives, youth leaders, school counselors, human resources specialists, addictions professionals, and others interested in trauma-informed care. The instructors will be Carnabucci and Sharon Czabafy, both of whom have experience with trauma care and treatment, substance abuse and addictions, and experiential and expressive therapies. Classes are scheduled from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day, offering up to 24 CE credits for social workers, marriage and family therapists, and licensed counselors, plus psychodrama hours. Psychology and Act 48 credits are pending.
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March For Life Event Slated The fourth annual Lancaster County March for Life will take place on Friday, Jan. 24, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at St. John Neumann Church, 601 E. Delp Road, Lancaster. The event will include presentations by local ministries, videos, and live-streaming of speakers at the March for Life in
The Lancaster School of Psychodrama and Experiential Psychotherapies will offer a four-part series on traumainformed care with experiential and creative arts methods. This quarterly series focuses on best practices for traumainformed care, particularly the safe application of experiential therapies, including psychodrama, sociometry, Family Constellations, art making, and meditation. “Creating Safety and Connection: The Basics of Trauma-Informed Care” will be offered on Friday, Jan. 31 (with a snow date of Friday, Feb. 7). “Creating Body Awareness: The Body Remembers What the Mind Forgets” will be presented on Friday, April 17. “Creating the Bigger Picture: Addressing and Healing Ancestral Trauma” will be offered on Friday, July 17, and “Creating Possibilities: Post-Traumatic Growth as a Reality” will be presented on Friday, Oct. 23. According to Karen Carnabucci, the school’s founder and one of the instructors of the series, trauma-informed care is an approach that acknowledges the effects of trauma, recognizes the impact of trauma on behavior, and responds in a manner that is supportive, encouraging, and empowering. Participants will learn how trauma-informed care is different than trauma treatment; a strength-based
Cloverbuds will work on age-appropriate projects. Class size is limited. Readers may contact Elaine Sensenig at 717-335-3396 for more information about the main club and contact Amanda Good at 307-760-0436 for Cloverbud information.
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AULT, Betty A., 89, of Mountville, died on Jan. 3. Born in Lancaster, she was the daughter of the late Jefferson and Jessie Sigman Herr and the wife of the late Melvin B. Ault. Surviving are two daughters: Deborah Ault, Mountville, and Patricia, wife of Rob Powl, Drumore; three sons: Samuel Ault, Conestoga; Jeff, husband of Tammy Ault, East Petersburg; and Michael, husband of Mary Lou Ault, Lancaster; 11 grandchildren; nine greatgrandchildren; a sister, Jean Hess, Mountville; and two sons-in-law, Dale Wile, Lancaster, and Nick Moshos, Lancaster. Arrangements were made by Workman Funeral Homes Inc., Mountville. BENDER, Benjamin E., 44, of Mount Joy, died on Jan. 3 at Lancaster General Hospital. Born in Lancaster, he was the son of Robert and Claire Thome Bender of Elizabethtown and the husband of Mary Walter Bender. Surviving in addition to his wife and parents are two brothers: Robert Bender Jr., Elizabethtown, and Matthew, husband of Kelly Bender, Bainbridge; and a sister, Angela, wife of Eric Kaley, Mount Joy. Arrangements were made by Sheetz Funeral Home Inc., Mount Joy. BRYSON, Joseph N. Jr., 72, of Manheim, died on Jan. 8 at home. Born in Lewisburg, he was the son of the late Joseph N. and Mary Jane Doebler Bryson and the stepson of the late J. Arlene Adams Bryson. Surviving are his wife, Betsy Greenly Bryson; a son, Jody Bryson, Manheim; a daughter-in-law, Kathy Kreider, Manheim; three grandchildren; four stepgrandchildren; a great-granddaughter; three step-great-grandchildren; two brothers: Roger Bryson, Stedman, N.C., and Wayne Bryson, Mobile, Ala.; a sister, Mary Ann “Mudd,” wife of Chris Decker, Manheim; and a stepbrother, Kenneth, husband of Barbara Smith, Manheim. Arrangements were made by Buch Funeral Home, Manheim. EDYE, Donna K., 77, of Mount Joy, died on Jan. 3. Surviving are her husband, William C. Edye; four children: Brian Edye, Palmyra; Debra, wife of Sean Reedy, Palmyra; Eugene, husband of Kelly Edye, Mount Joy; and Kelly, wife of Douglas Powders, Columbia; five grandchildren; and a brother, Randy Eltz, Arizona. Arrangements were made by Sheetz Funeral Home Inc., Mount Joy. EMENHEISER, William M. Jr., 96, of Mount Joy, died on Dec. 30, 2019. He was the son of the late William M. Sr. and Isabelle Whye Emenheiser and the husband of the late Winifred Latchford Emenheiser. Surviving are three children: Judy, wife of Gerald Erb, Mount Joy; Timothy, husband of Pamela Emenheiser, Mechanicsburg; and Cindy, wife of Rick Spittle, Blue Bell; six grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-granddaughter. Arrangements were made by Sheetz Funeral Home Inc., Mount Joy. ENGLE, John S., 82, of Lancaster, died on
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The field of senior care offers employment opportunities for people with a variety of skills and talents. The senior care industry includes many different positions that are vital to ensuring that senior living communities provide the best possible care for residents as they age. Representatives from the industry note that working in the field of senior care can be a rewarding career choice for individuals with a passion for helping the senior population. “One of the many perks (of working in senior care) is having the opportunity to be part of something bigger and having the opportunity each and every day to affect people’s lives in a positive way,” explained Kim Focht, director of human resources at Quarryville Presbyterian Retirement Community (QPRC), 625 Robert Fulton Highway, Quarryville. “Our residents are our primary focus,” noted Kelly Miller, director of sales and marketing at Heatherwood Senior Living Community, 3180 Horseshoe Pike, Honey Brook. “This is their home, and they should be made to feel important and well cared for. Patience and understanding are key.
Caring about how well our residents are treated is our main focus.” For Alicia Erdman, sales director for Legend Senior Living of Lititz, 80 W. Millport Road, something she enjoys about working in the senior care industry is the “satisfaction of knowing you were able to help a family and they no longer have to worry about their loved one’s overall safety.” Nurses are in high demand to fill various roles within senior care. Retirement communities offer positions for Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs), Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs), Registered Nurses (RNs), and Registered Nursing Assessment Coordinators. A license is required to work as an RN or LPN. A certification is needed to serve as a CNA, but some senior care employers will help staff members obtain the certification. “We (at QPRC) do provide this education as well as pay our staff to get the education,” noted Focht. Personal care aides and medication technicians are also needed. A certification is required to serve as a med tech, with some employers providing and paying for the nec-
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essary training to staff members. “If you are serious, after 90 days (at Heatherwood), we will train and pay for the med tech certification, with the promise of a one-year employee commitment,” noted Miller. Other positions offered in the field of senior care include several roles within dining services for servers, cooks, dishwashers, prep cooks, dietary aides, and managers. Also needed are housekeepers, laundry aides and assistants, maintenance and renovations team members, activities aides, and receptionists. The field of senior care also includes home care professionals, who serve as caregivers, companions, and transportation providers to help seniors continue to live independently in their homes. Full-time, part-time, temporary, and PRN (as needed) employment opportunities are offered in the field of senior care. As facilities care for residents around the clock, employees are needed for all shifts. Nursing jobs offer a variety of options and flexibility, allowing for people craft a work schedule that fits with their current season of life and family obligations. No matter which position they are interested in, one key attribute for senior care jobseekers to exhibit is dependability. “We’re looking for someone who
is reliable and shares a passion for seniors,” explained Erdman. Other representatives from the senior care industry noted that displaying some longevity on a resume, without a lot of job hopping, is also a plus for those looking to get hired. Focht added that employers also look for individuals who have the ability to work independently and as part of a team. Experience in the industry is preferred, but not required. “Bring a positive, teamlike attitude, and we will train you,” noted Miller. “These careers require a desire to make a difference in people’s lives. They are both physically and emotionally demanding, and - at the same time - endlessly rewarding,” said Focht.
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NOW HIRING FOR: 3001 Lititz Pike, Lititz, PA 17543 Brethren Village Retirement Community is hiring FT & PT Dining Aides, Personal Care Aides, C.N.A.s, Nurses, and more. We offer a variety of positions and work schedules. For details and to apply, visit: www.bv.org/careers. EOE
FT WAREHOUSE WORKER Warehouse worker needed for paint distribution company. Primary responsibilities will include repacking of paint products, pulling and shipping of orders, and housekeeping. Must be able to lift 4560 lbs. Hazmat training will be provided. Must have basic knowledge in liquid measurement. Starting rate $14.50/hour. Apply in person: IC&S 1833 William Penn Way, Lancaster, PA 17601 Phone: 717-391-6250
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We are looking for people who are • Outgoing and friendly • Available after school, evenings and weekends OR Daytimes • Dependable and responsible
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Apply online at ritasfranchises.com/manheim Use the “Join the Team” link at the top of the home page. To submit your application by email please follow the instructions on our website carefully. Failure to do so will result in a blank application being emailed.
COMPUTER & IT TRAINING PROGRAM! Train at home to become a Computer & Help Desk Professional now! Call CTI for details! 1-888-449-1713 (M-F 8am-6pm ET) (NANI) CROSS COUNTRY MOVING. Long Distance Moving Company, out of state move $799, Long Distance Movers. Get free quote on your long distance move, 1-844-452-1706
Commercial Wood Framing Panel Shop & Field Crew Positions Available
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Auction by: Witman Auctioneers, Inc. Luke R. & Clarke N. Witman, & Doug L. Ebersole www.witmanauctioneers.com 717-665-5735 • 717-665-1300 • AY-000155-L
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HANDYMAN Snow Removal, Gutters, Roof Repair, Painting, More. 717-826-3680 PA047811
Building, Remodeling, Handyman, Painting, Maintenance, Landscaping, Storm Damage. Sr & Vet Discounts. PA#88286 Steve 717-538-7536, John 717-598-8742
PAINTING By Triple P Int/Ext, Res/Com, 30 yrs exp. Free estimates, Fully insured Eric, 717-615-6442 PA 116089 PAINTING DONE RIGHT Interiors. Exteriors. Detailed clean custom painting services. Res/Com. Refs. PA126393 717-286-5464 Many other related services, just ask!
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SEAFORD, DELAWARE. NEW MOVE-IN READY HOMES w/ GARAGES! Low Taxes! Gated, Olympic pool. Model Homes from the low 100’s. Brochures. 1-866-629-0770 or www.coolbranch.com
USED MOBILE HOME Parts Furnaces, $75 to $700; Electric Water Heaters, $40 to $150; Other Misc. Parts. 717-464-4461
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INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY 2 unit commercial property, long term tenants / leases, tenants pay all utilities and most repairs, net inc $26,412 price $285,000 neg make offer. Text or call 717-898-3883 David Yoder 0r 717-569-2222 RE/MAX Pinnacle
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JACK’S PROFESSIONAL PAINTING. Ext/int. Powerwashing & deck treatment. No job to big or too small. 20yrs+ exp. 717-367-4231
2BR ELDER COTTAGE, 24’x34’, must move from existing property in Manheim. $35,000. 717-576-0109
STUMP GRINDING 717-291-6898 Lester E. Probst. Free Estimates JUST STUMPS. Quality Workmanship.
BUY DIRECT Modulars - Doublewides - Singlewides Starting at $33,900. Our prices wont be beat We Move Mobiles, Buy Homes, Sell Parts. www.superiorhomes.com 717-875-1288
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)
HOMESITES FOR YOUR MANUFACTURED HOME FOR RENT! Looking for a nice place for your new or preowned home and family? 24 Hour on call service, professionally managed and maintained. Communities that "Feel like Home". Available lots within Beautiful Communities in York, Dauphin, Cumberland, Lancaster, Luzerne and Perry Counties. Select communities are offering FREE RENT; 3 TO 12 MONTHS FREE! Call today for details! 717 730-4141
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ITEMS WANTED 10K, 14K, 18K, STERLING. Platinum, estate jewelry, diamonds & coins. (Damaged & Scrap Gold). Single pieces or entire estates Paying very competitive prices.
AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES $100-$800 For Your Unwanted Junk Cars-Trucks- Vans- SUVs. Prompt, Honest Service. 717-246-2888 PA0002
AUTOMOTIVE AUTOS FOR SALE
Parts, Repairs, Sales, Service. New, OEM, Used, Aftm. Weikle’s 717-417-2726
2013 FORD FUSION SE Sedan 4D, 70K mi, sun roof, good on gas, garage kept, red, $8900 obo. 717-917-7257 CASH FOR YOUR UNWANTED CAR & TRUCK. Any condition. PA licensed & insured dealer. 717-350-1208, anytime.
WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE! Cash paid for unwanted cars, trucks. Any condition. Call Tim 717-318-0372
(WANTED) CARS/ TRUCKS WANTED!!! All makes/ models 2002-2018! Any condition. Running or not. Competitive offer! Free Towing! We’re Nationwide! Call Now: 1-888-368-1016
TRUCKS 1996 FORD F-150, 1 owner, 57k miles, $2050 sale price, 5.0L, garage kept since new. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES $100-$5,000 PAID FOR UNWANTED OR JUNK AUTOS Free same day removal. All paperwork taken care of legally. PA licensed & insured. Call anytime 717-989-6980.
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BUYING UNWANTED HEATING OIL 30¢ a gallon and will pick up. Call Ed 717-587-7315.
USED CHIPPER SHREDDER for Wood; Outside Basketball Hoop & Picnic Table. Call 717-665-4348 WANTED: VHS, Beta Tapes and Laser Discs. Horror genre preferred, but others considered. Sorry no Disney or children’s movies. Cash Paid. 215-868-6605 email@example.com
REAL ESTATE 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.
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Coin and Currency Auction
Sun., Jan 19 - 11:00 AM
Open House: Sat. Jan. 18, 10am-12pm Or Shown By Appointment Auction For: Robert Hershey
AY000253L Attorney: James Leonard
Absentee bids always welcome! Call 717-222-6191 to leave your bid. Buying Coin Collections • Call 717-270-4555 EMAAS - PA licensed Auction House lic.# AH001917 lic.# RY-000180-L EMAAS Announcements day of sale take precedence over any printed material.
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Quilts & Quilt-Related Items
AUCTION Tues., Jan. 21, 2020 at 9:00 AM Preview: Mon., Jan. 20, 2020, Noon to 4 PM H ELD AT G ARDEN S POT F IRE R ESCUE 339 E. M AIN S T ., N EW H OLLAND , PA
(FORMERLY LIBERTY FIRE HALL)
PART 1: BID NOW - JAN. 19TH @ 7PM / PART 2: BID NOW - JAN. 20TH @ 7PM
NEXT AUCTION DATE: TUES., MAR. 17, 2020 CONSIGNMENTS ACCEPTED Quilts & Tops; Wall Hangings & Tops; Quillows, Pillows & Quilt-Related Items
PART 1: Eclecc sale: country store items, 1930’s Hershey Chocolate Posters, Wilbur Chocolate & local advert. LANCASTER Cty trolley cash box, black Americana. Incl. MLK pins, Aunt Jemima items, black advert. vintage hats, post cards, 300+ unique & desirable items. PART 2: Rare Hershey chocolate advert. incl. Aero chocolate box, 10¢ Hershey Kisses boxes, Hershey’s 1/2lb. n, Hershey’s chocolate perfecons cigar box, Wilbur 1lb. sample chocolate mold-Philadelphia & LANCASTER, Wilburbuds cedar box, country store stock, vintage Christmas items & Barbie dolls, architecture building pieces, wrought gates & window guards, dolls, canning shelf, bucket bench & MUCH, MUCH MORE!
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For Rent AKRON, 1BR APT, W/S/T included, $700 mo. Call 717-380-0095
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Parcel 1: This well-located single family home sits along a dead-end road & boasts lots of potenal. The interior hosts 3 BRMs, 1 full bath, kitchen, living room, dining room, & full, unﬁnished basement. Parcel 2: Open Manheim Boro. 1.1 acre lot. Parcel 3: Open Manheim Boro. 0.65 acre lot. Parcel 4: Open Manheim Boro. 0.79 acre lot. Parcel 5: Open Manheim Boro. approx. 2.8 acre lot. *Each Parcel Sold Separately
BRITISH MOTORCYCLES WANTED Triumph, Norton, BSA, etc., running or not. I pay more. 484-252-1708, anytime.
PUBLIC AUCTIONS 119 East Main Ave (Rear), Myerstown, Pa 17067 Proof Sets & Collections, Silver, & much more! For Full Listing & Photos, click on the schedule at www.allpointsbidorbuy.com ---------------------------------------------------------Upcoming Coin, Currency & Militaria Sunday, February 23rd @ 11:00 AM Cosignments Wanted of Militaria
CASH PAID FOR ATV’s, ATC’s, Motorcycles, 2, 3 or 4 Wheelers, Any Year, Running Or Not. Please Call 610-656-3158
AT SUSQUEHANNA COIN, Willow Valley Square, our 39th year paying top prices for gold, silver, coins, jewelry, sterling, etc. 717-464-4016.
BRITISH MOTORCYCLES WANTED Triumph, Norton, BSA, etc., running or not. I pay more. 484-252-1708, anytime.
GOT TOYOTA? ALL TOYOTAS
AM JEWELRY, INC, 50 S. Broad St., Lititz; 717-627-3197 AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS $$ PAYING CASH $$ for Classic & Collector Cars. 717-577-8206
Over 40 Yrs Exp. Licensed & Insured. PA 130999. Call anytime, 717-569-8837
RWPM - 717-399-0100
ELECTRICAL- THOMAS ELECTRIC
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4-H Clubs Will Hold Meetings Parents are encouraged to attend this meeting with their youths; a completed enrollment form needs to be handed in at this meeting. To request enrollment information prior to the meeting, readers may contact the Lancaster County Extension office at
EAST FAIRVIEW CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN: 1187 Fairview Rd (corner of Hossler a& Fairview Rds) Manheim. Vibrant, Christcentered Worship in a family atmosphere on Sundays at 9am followed by Sunday School from 10:3011:15am(nursery available for both). Ignite on Wednesdays (Oct thru March) at 5:45pm includes dinner and activities for all ages. Come join us! Vist online at www.eastfairview.com GRACE CHURCH: 501 W. Lincoln Ave., Lititz, PA 17543. Join us for worship Sunday mornings at 9 & 10:30 a.m.! We are a contemporary church that welcomes people of all ages, races, and stages of life. Our common thread is the belief that Jesus Christ provides the answers to all of life’s perplexing questions. Great programming for all ages. Visit meetgrace.org or call (717) 6262155 for more information. You can like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter and Instagram. GRACE COMMUNITY FELLOWSHIP CHURCH OF MANHEIM: 1483 N. Colebrook Rd., Manheim. God really does love you! SUNDAYS: Bible Connection Classes for all ages at 9:30am & Worship Service at 10:30am. Children’s Church & Nursery Care provided. A Fellowship Meal is held on the second Sunday of each month. Youth Group meets every Tuesday evening from 6:30-8:30 pm. A Young Adult Group meets on the fourth Friday of the month. For info, please visit www.gcfmanheim.org or call 717-6657222. HIGHLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: 500 East Roseville Rd., Lancaster; off Rt. 272 / Oregon Pike. Join us this Sunday for worship & education: 9:30am traditional worship.; 10:00am Sunday school; 11am contemporary worship. Child care available. (717) 569-2651 www.HighlandPC.org HOSANNA! A FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIANS 29 Green Acre Rd., Lititz, PA 17543. Website: www.hosannalititz.org Sunday service @ 9:30am, adult class @ 11:15am(with Nursery, Children’s Church & Youth classes during the service and class time). Jr. HighYouth activities are held on Wed. nights @ 6:00pm. Small groups meet @ various locations @ various times. Disabled accessible. For more info. Call church office 717626-2560 LEFC - LANCASTER EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH: 419 Pierson Road, Lititz. Sunday Services at 9:00 and 10:50 a.m. Encounter God through contemporary worship as we explore the Bible together. All are welcome! Our children’s, youth and adult ministries are all about one thing: making disciples of Jesus Christ who impact our community and the world for God’s glory. 717-6265332. More info: www.lefc.net or visit us on Facebook MANHEIM BIC CHURCH: We invite you to join us as we seek to initiate & nurture a growing relationship with Christ. 54 N. Penryn Rd. Sunday worship: 9:00 & 10:30am. We also offer classes & gatherings for all ages throughout the wk. For full class schedules & additional info, www.manheimbic.org, Call 717-6652133. Lead Pastor Brian Thomas
JERUSALEM CHURCH (INDEPENDENT): 1620 Newport Rd., Manheim: www.jerusalemchurch.net Pastor: Jonathan Shirk; Sunday School: 9am – 10am; Worship:10:15am. MANHEIM GRACE BRETHREN CHURCH: 333 E. High Street, Manheim, 717-6652334. Sundays at 9:30am, Bible Fellowship Classes for all ages. 10:30am, Worship Service with Children’s Ministry thru Grade 4. Awana Club on Wednesdays, 6:30pm. Small groups meet throughout the week. Handicap accessible. Visit us online: www.manheimgrace.org Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Feel free to like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram. MOUNT JOY CHURCH OF GOD: 30 East Main Street, Mount Joy, PA 17552. 717653-4695. Join us for blended worship at 9 am, and Sunday School for all ages at 10:30am. Youth Group Meets on Sunday Evenings (Jr. High from 6:00-7:30 pm & Sr. High from 7:00-8:30 pm). For more info, visit us online at www.mountjoychurchofgod.org. NEWPORT CHURCH: 656 W. Newport Road, Elm, www.newportchurch.net We are a vibrant family- oriented contemporary church that meets for Sunday “celebration” service at 9:30 a.m. and throughout the week in home groups, including junior-high and senior-high groups. Children love our Kids Town ministry every Sunday morning! Our mission is to share God’s Love generously and lead people to new life in Jesus. For info. or directions, see our Website or call 717-664-2635. Lead Pastor: Merle Shenk.
The wedding of Lauren Hope Zimmerman and Kale Brandt Landis took place on Sept. 28, 2019, at Springside Barn in East Earl. Jeremiah Kleylein officiated. The bride is the daughter of Chuck and Janelle Zimmerman of Columbia. She graduated from Hempfield High School in 2015 and from Lancaster Bible College in 2019. She is employed as a social worker with PA Child in York. The groom is the son of John and Boni Landis of Lititz. He graduated from Manheim Central High School in 2017 and from Lancaster County Career and Technology Center in 2017. He is employed as an electrician with Garden Spot Electric in Manheim. After a wedding trip to The bride was given in mar- Jamaica, the couple resides in riage by her father. Lancaster.
start at 6:45 p.m. and is intended for new member inquiries and for returning members. It is required that members bring a parent/legal guardian to the meeting; there is a set club enrollment membership fee for the year. Readers may contact Diane Edmond at 717-330-1880 or email@example.com or visit www.facebook.com/groups/saddlecinches for more information.
January Breakfast Features • Dutch Benedict • Raspberry Pancakes •Banana Walnut Choc. Chip Baked Oatmeal • Cranberry Pecan Scone • Chocolate Chip Muffin
Lunch/Dinner Features Spinach Salad Chili and Cornbread Shrimp Alfredo
Check our website for our full menu options: lititzfamilycupboard.com
Monday-Saturday 6am-8pm Closed Sunday
12 W. Newport Rd., Lititz • 717-626-9102
ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN TRANSFIGURATION ORTHODOX CHURCH: 26 Copperfield Circle, Lititz (Corner of 501 and E Newport Rd). Fr Alexander Goussetis. www.transfigurationorthodox.org Phone: 717-725-1861 Sunday Schedule: 9:00am Hours: 9:30am Divine Liturgy. RUHL’S UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: A growing church committed to Christ. Worship on Sunday morning at 8 am for a traditional feel. Sunday School for all ages at 9:15 am., 10:30 am. Worship led by praise band. (Nursery available. Handicap accessible.) For more information, please call 717-665-3400 or visit www.ruhlschurch.org Located at 4810 Elizabethtown Rd, Manheim. SALEM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: 140 North Penn Street, Manheim, PA Sunday Traditional Service at 9:00am Sunday School for all ages at 10:00am Sunday Contemporary Service 10:45am www.salemumch.org — 717-665-2331 ST. PAUL’S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN: Located at 1258 Newport Road, Penryn. Phone: (717) 665-6093. Sunday worship at 9:15 a.m. Vicar Angela Hammer. WHITE OAK CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN: 1211 N. Penryn Rd, Manheim, PA. You are invited to our Sunday services Sunday School for all ages at 8:45am; Worship at 9:45am; scheduled evening services at 7:15pm and Wednesday evening Bible Study at 7:15pm. (1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month.) ZION EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH/ EAST PETERSBURG: 1905 Broad Street, East Petersburg. Rev. Benjamin S. Erzkus, Senior Pastor. Worship service at 1030 a.m. Nursery care provided. Sunday School for all ages 9 a.m. Ample parking and handicapped accessible. For more information, call (717) 5691359 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.zionep.org
Please Note: Updates can be made to your church’s listing for 1st issue date of each month only. (Changes must be submitted by the previous Wednesday) For More Information On Church Listings And Rates, Call Justin at 717-492-2533
The wedding of Jade Landis and Samson Ranger took place on Nov. 8, 2019, at Hotel Tres in the Himalayas in India. The bride is the daughter of John and Boni Landis of Lititz. She graduated from Manheim Central High School in 2010 and from Lancaster Bible College in 2014 with a degree in social work. The groom is the son of Peter and Phampa Ranger of Pedong, India. He attended college in India, where he studied arts and computer. The matron of honor was Hannah Miller. Bridesmaids were Sweta, Prishika, Binita, and Palmu, all of India. Groomsmen were Kam, Kegan, and Kale Landis, brothers of the bride. The ceremony was followed by a reception on the day of the wedding and another reception at the home of the groom’s parents on Nov. 14, 2019. The couple resides in India, where they will continue to serve young women and underprivileged girls.
CHIQUES UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: 1215 E. Main St., Mount Joy. Pastor Mike Byrd. Traditional Worship 9am, Coffeehouse Service 10:30am, Sunday School offered at 9am & 10:30am for all ages, Kidz Club 10:45am. Nursery provided at both services. Youth Group and Elderberries (Seniors group), handicapped accessible. Visit our website: www.chiquesumc.org or call the church office for more info, 717-653-5175.
717-394-6851 or LancasterExt@psu.edu. Enrollment dues per member are payable at this meeting. Readers may call Emily Welk at 717-394-6851 for more information about the 4-H livestock program. The Saddle Cinches 4-H Horse Club will also hold a reorganizational meeting on Thursday, Jan. 23, at Mount Pleasant Brethren in Christ Church, 1756 Mount Pleasant Road, Mount Joy. This informational meeting will
The Lancaster County 4-H Livestock Club (beef, dairy beef, market goats, swine and sheep) will hold its reorganizational meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 21, in the Farm and Home Center auditorium, 1383 Arcadia Road, Lancaster, with registration starting at 7 p.m.