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AAcctti ioonnss ooff CCoouunncci ill MAY MAY

• Approval • Approval to to adopt adopt thethe Amended Amended Resolution Resolution onon thethe Tax Tax Penalty Penalty Collection Collection Date. Date. • Approval • Approval to to pass pass thethe Self-Renewing Self-Renewing Resolution Resolution forfor thethe Emergency Emergency Declaration. Declaration. • Approval • Approval onon a Drive-Thru a Drive-Thru Camp Camp Hill Hill Graduation Graduation in in Siebert Siebert Park Park onon June June 6th. 6th. • Approval • Approval of of thethe Conodoguinet Conodoguinet Association Association Tree Tree Planning Planning Project Project along along thethe Conodoguinet Conodoguinet Creek. Creek. • Approval • Approval of of thethe April April 29,29, 2020 2020 Borough Borough Council Council Meeting Meeting Minutes. Minutes. • Acceptance • Acceptance of of thethe donations donations forfor thethe Borough’s Borough’s Memorial Memorial Day Day Decoration Decoration Event. Event. • Acceptance • Acceptance of of thethe donation donation to to thethe Borough Borough from from thethe Harry Harry andand Nancy Nancy Preis Preis Siebert Siebert Park Park Fund Fund of of thethe Foundation Foundation forfor Enhancing Enhancing Communities. Communities. • Acceptance • Acceptance of of thethe donation donation from from thethe Camp Camp Hill Hill Lions Lions Club Club to to be be used used forfor thethe Recreation Recreation Department. Department. • Approval • Approval to to ratify ratify thethe Union Union Contract Contract with with thethe Local Local 158. 158. • Approval • Approval to to advertise advertise thethe Ordinance Ordinance Revision Revision forfor thethe creation creation of of two two stop stop signs signs onon thethe corner corner of of S.31st S.31st Street Street andand at at Chestnut Chestnut Street, Street, making making thisthis a three a three way way stop. stop. • Approval • Approval forfor thethe Application Application forfor Payment Payment #2#2 in in thethe amount amount of of $10,811.31 $10,811.31 to to Pipe Pipe Services Services Corporation Corporation with with a remaining a remaining work work order order balance balance available available of of $502,720.06. $502,720.06. • Approval • Approval forfor action action onon Façade Façade Grant Grant Application Application forfor West West Shore Shore Baptist Baptist Church, Church, located located onon thethe corner corner of of 21st 21st andand Market Market Street. Street.

(FROM (FROM THETHE MAY MAY – COVID-RELATED – COVID-RELATED SPECIAL SPECIAL MEETING) MEETING)

• Approval • Approval to to re-open re-open thethe track track andand then then later later to to open open thethe stadium stadium once once wewe move move into into thethe green green phase. phase. • Approval • Approval to to open open thethe three three parks, parks, with with thethe Borough’s Borough’s recommendations recommendations in in place. place. • Approval • Approval to to open open thethe pool pool to to residents residents only only once once wewe reach reach thethe green green phase. phase.

JUNE JUNE

• Approval • Approval of of thethe May May 13,13, 2020 2020 Borough Borough Council Council Meeting Meeting Minutes. Minutes. • Approval • Approval of of thethe May May 28,28, 2020 2020 Borough Borough Council Council Meeting Meeting Minutes. Minutes. • Approval • Approval of of thethe payment payment of of checks checks forfor May May 2020 2020 in in thethe amount amount of of $521,790.91. $521,790.91. • Approval • Approval of of thethe Sanitary Sanitary andand Storm Storm Sewer Sewer Cleaning Cleaning andand Inspection Inspection Contract. Contract. • Approval • Approval of the of the 2019 2019 Sewer Sewer Rehab Rehab Project. Project. • Approval • Approval of of thethe 2019 2019 Stormwater Stormwater Improvements Improvements Contract. Contract.

JULY JULY

• Approval • Approval of of thethe June June 10,10, 2020 2020 Council Council Meeting Meeting Minutes. Minutes. • Approval • Approval to to actact onon thethe Resolution Resolution “No “No enabling enabling thethe replacement replacement of of thethe Right Right Turn” Turn” sign sign onon thethe mast mast at at 32nd 32nd Street Street andand Trindle Trindle Road Road with with a larger a larger “No “No Right Right Turn” Turn” sign sign at at 32nd 32nd Street Street andand Trindle Trindle Road, Road, as as well well as as moving moving thethe sign sign to to lineline upup more more appropriately appropriately with with thethe right right turn turn lane, lane, going going east. east. • Approval • Approval of of adding adding stop stop signs signs onon 31st 31st Street Street andand Chestnut Chestnut Street, Street, making making that that intersection intersection a 3-way a 3-way stop. stop. • Approval • Approval forfor thethe payment payment of of checks checks forfor June June 2020 2020 in in thethe amount amount of of $671,856.20. $671,856.20. • Approval • Approval of of thethe change change order order #2,#2, in in thethe amount amount of of $6,095.00 $6,095.00 forfor heavy heavy cleaning cleaning of of pipes pipes which which areare blocked blocked by by debris debris onon State State Street Street andand Schaeffer Schaeffer Alley. Alley. • Approval • Approval of of Application Application forfor Payment Payment #4#4 in in thethe amount amount of of $64,473.04 $64,473.04 to to Pipe Pipe Services Services Corporation Corporation forfor two two work work orders orders that that have have been been worked worked onon in in thethe past past month. month. • Approval • Approval of of change change #1#1 in in thethe amount amount of of $16,703.35 $16,703.35 to to reconcile reconcile final final construcconstruction tion quantities quantities versus versus thethe bidbid quantities. quantities. • Approval • Approval of of application application forfor payment payment #4#4 (final) (final) in in thethe amount amount of of $29,369.35 $29,369.35 to to Wexcon, Wexcon, Inc. Inc. • Approval • Approval of of Application Application forfor Payment Payment #5#5 (Final) (Final) in in thethe amount amount of of $3,600.00 $3,600.00 to to Ebersole Ebersole Excavating, Excavating, Inc. Inc. • Approval • Approval of of Application Application forfor Payment Payment #6#6 (Final) (Final) in in thethe amount amount of of $33,528.75 $33,528.75 to to Farhat Farhat Excavating, Excavating, LLC. LLC. • Approval • Approval of of a grant a grant forfor Cocoa Cocoa Creek Creek Chocolates Chocolates onon thethe façade façade grant. grant. • Approval • Approval to to adopt adopt thethe Camp Camp Hill Hill Borough Borough Procedures Procedures Manual. Manual.

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CALENDAR CALENDAR SEPTEMBER SEPTEMBER– –NOVEMBER NOVEMBER Meetings Meetings and and events events subject subject to to change change due due to to COVID-19 COVID-19 safety safety measures measures Septmeber Septmeber 5 –5 Curbside – Curbside Yard Yard Waste Waste Pick-Up Pick-Up by by Penn Penn Waste Waste 7 –7 Labor – Labor Day Day Observed Observed – Borough – Borough Offices Offices Closed Closed 9 –9 Council – Council Meeting Meeting – 7– pm 7 pm 1212 – Chicken – Chicken BBQ BBQ – Camp – Camp Hill Hill Fire Fire Department Department 1919 – Curbside – Curbside Yard Yard Waste Waste Pick-Up Pick-Up by by Penn Penn Waste Waste 2222 – Planning – Planning Commission Commission – 6– pm* 6 pm* October October 3 –3 Curbside – Curbside Yard Yard Waste Waste Pick-Up Pick-Up by by Penn Penn Waste Waste 6 –6 Recreation – Recreation Commission Commission – 6– pm** 6 pm** 1414 – Council – Council Meeting Meeting – 7– pm 7 pm 1212 – Columbus – Columbus Day Day Observed Observed – – Borough Borough Offices Offices Closed Closed 1717 - Curbside - Curbside Yard Yard Waste Waste Pick-Up Pick-Up by by Penn Penn Waste Waste 2020 – Planning – Planning Commission Commission – 6– pm* 6 pm* 2727 – Halloween – Halloween Costume Costume Event Event – 6– pm 6 pm 2929 – Trick-or-Treat – Trick-or-Treat – 6– to 6 to 8 pm 8 pm November November 1 –1 Daylight – Daylight Savings Savings ends ends 3 –3 Election – Election Day Day – 7– am 7 am to to 8 pm 8 pm 7 –7 Curbside – Curbside Yard Yard Waste Waste Pick-Up Pick-Up by by Penn Penn Waste Waste 1111 – Veterans – Veterans Day Day Observed Observed – Borough – Borough Offices Offices Closed Closed 1111 – Council – Council Meeting Meeting – 7– pm 7 pm 1717 – Planning – Planning Commission Commission – 6– pm* 6 pm* 2121 – Curbside – Curbside Yard Yard Waste Waste Pick-Up Pick-Up by by Penn Penn Waste Waste (final) (final) 2626 && 2727 – Thanksgiving – Thanksgiving Day Day Observed Observed Borough Borough Offices Offices Closed Closed * Meetings * Meetings areare held held only only as needed as needed ** Conducted ** Conducted in the in the Administrative Administrative Office Office conference conference room. room.

These These meetings meetings are are heldheld at the at the Borough Borough of Camp of Camp Hill Hill Municipal Municipal Offices, Offices, 2145 2145 Walnut Walnut Street, Street, Camp Camp Hill,Hill, PA 17011 PA 17011 andand are are openopen to the to the public. public. If you If you are are a a person person withwith a disability, a disability, please please note:note: 48 48 hours hours notice notice is requested is requested for any for any individual individual withwith a disability a disability whowho needs needs an accommodation an accommodation to participate to participate in ainborough a borough meeting, meeting, program, program, service, service, or employment or employment procedure. procedure. Individuals Individuals wishing wishing to attend to attend these these public public meetings meetings whowho require require an auxiliary an auxiliary aid aid service service or other or other accommoaccommodations dations to participate to participate in the in the meetings meetings please please contact contact the the Borough Borough of Camp of Camp Hill Hill at (717) at (717) 737-3456 737-3456 or via or via e-mail: e-mail: pdennis@camphillborough.com. pdennis@camphillborough.com. Residents Residents requiring requiring TDDTDD service service should should call call 1-800-654-5984. 1-800-654-5984.


CONTACT DIRECTORY Emergency ...........................................911 Mayor – Mark Simpson ............ 737-8596 Police Chief – Stephen Margeson Police Dept (non-emergency).....737-1570 Fire Chief – Mark Simpson EMS Supervisor – Fred Wadlinger Fire Dept (non-emergency) ........737-4623 Ambulance Membership.............737-4623 Borough Manager – Patrick Dennis Camp Hill Borough Office Telephone.................................737-3456 Fax ..........................................730-3961 TDD ..............................1-800-654-5984 Sewer & Trash Billing ..................901-9534 Code Enforcement.......................737-3456 Codes Enforcement Officer – Chris Miller ...........................................ext 1014 Codes Enforcement Officer – John Brenner ...........................................ext 1023 Recreation Director – Audrey Logar Recreation Dept ...........................737-4548 Public Works Director – Sam Robbins ...737-3456 (push “6” from menu) Downtown Coordinator – Mary Beth Brath ...........................737-3456 ext 1018 Camp Hill Borough Office Hours Monday–Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Mailing Address: 2145 Walnut Street, Camp Hill, PA 17011 camphillborough.com Borough Council Leigh Twiford President Carl Schultz Vice-President Bonnie Bentz, Richard Guerin, Alissa Packer, Erin Vroman, Zach Williard Tax Collector – Diane Neiper ....737-5324

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District Judge – Elizabeth Beckley District Justice Court...................761-0583 Camp Hill Post Office .................737-1461 Camp Hill School District ..........901-2400 Camp Hill Pool ............................909-3148 Cleve J Fredricksen Library.........761-3900 Humane Society...........................564-3320 Cumberland County Courthouse Directory .....1-888-697-0371 Elections Bureau ..........................240-6385 County Tax Assessment...............240-6350 Cumberland Co Tax Bureau .......590-7997 County Recycling Authority .......240-6489 State Representative – Greg Rothman ....................975-2235 or 783-2063 State Senator – Mike Regan ....................432-1730 or 787-8524 Attorney General Office Consumer Protection .......1-800-441-2555 Contractor Problems...................772-2425 Penn Waste........................1-866-575-8720 PA American Water ..........1-800-565-7292 PPL/Street Light Problems1-800-342-5775 Chamber of Commerce...............761-0702

Public Works BOROUGH OF CAMP HILL – BUDGET TIMELINE – 2020 MEETINGS AT 7PM Wednesday October 14, 2020

Regularly Scheduled Borough Council Meeting Borough Manager Presentation of Draft Budget

Wednesday October 21, 2020

Special Borough Council Budget Meeting (1 of 3) Review and Edit Draft Budget

Wednesday October 28, 2020

Special Borough Council Budget Meeting (2 of 3) Review and Edit Draft Budget

Wednesday November 4, 2020 Special Borough Council Budget Meeting (3 of 3) Review and Finalize Draft Budget Wednesday November 11, 2020 Regularly Scheduled Borough Council Meeting Council Vote to Advertise Draft Budget Wednesday December 9, 2020

Regularly Scheduled Borough Council Meeting Approve 2021 Budget

PUBLIC WORKS STREET SWEEPING

• The last week of street sweeping will be the week of October 26th. We will sweep the borough after fall leaf collection has concluded, weather permitting. • Sweeping will take place the day AFTER your regular scheduled trash collection on the second and fourth weeks of the month. • Please Do Not Sweep, Rake or Blow Debris into the street. This will cause damage to the sweeper, increased maintenance costs and cause delays in the sweeping schedule. • Property owners must keep trees at the curb-line trimmed to a minimum of 12 feet above the street so that the sweeper can work close to the curb without damaging the machine. • Please move parked cars and trailers from the street so the operator cannot effectively clean the street.

COMPOST FACILITY

The Compost Facility is located at 422 S. 24th Street • The Compost Facility requires a permit to gain entry. Please visit the borough website for additional information. • The facility will be open on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 7:30 AM to 3 PM and Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 7:30 AM to 7 PM. The facility is closed on Sundays and

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Holidays. • Yard waste such as leaves, garden debris, tree limbs, bushes and plants may be dropped at the facility. • Leaves may be left in brown compost bags only-NO PLASTIC BAGS! • Items not accepted include grass, topsoil, sod, tree stumps, bamboo or any form of dimensioned lumber. • Staff will load your truck or trailer on Mondays and Fridays from 7:30 AM to 8:30 AM. • The borough may close the facility at any time to process/haul material. • It is a citable offense to drop materials at the facility when it is closed. • Residents may place yard waste items curbside on the 1st and 3rd Saturday from April thru November. June and July are the 2nd and 3rd Saturday.

FALL LEAF COLLECION

• Fall Leaf collection will begin on Monday, November 2, 2020 • Fall Leaf Collection will end on Friday, December 11, 2020. • Your leaf collection day will be the day after your trash collection day! • Leaves may be raked into the street five (5) days prior to your regular scheduled curbside collection schedule. • Leaves should be windrowed along the curb or edge of the roadway. • Leaves prior to the November 2nd start date can be brought to the Compost Facility or can remain on your property until the curbside leaf collection begins.


Codes Enforcement • Residents are encouraged to place leaves curbside (in plastic cans or brown recycle bags) during the 1st and 3rd Saturday’s during the months of October and November for Penn Waste to collect. • DO NOT blow or rake grass, sticks or other yard debris in the street at any time. This is a violation under Ordinance § 176-10 regarding the prohibition of creating obstructions on the streets & sidewalks. • DO NOT place branches, grass clippings, rocks or other debris in with leaves. Any foreign objects placed in leaf piles may damage leaf equipment and significantly impact the leafing schedule. • DO NOT leave cars parked along the street the day of your leaf collection. • PLEASE remember that inclement weather will delay the leaf collection schedule. Residents are encouraged to take leaves to the Compost Facility located next to the Public Works Facility at 422 S. 24th Street. Please visit the borough website, select Public Works and then select Compost Faciltiy.

WINTER MAINTENANCE

Plowing borough streets after a snow event is a time consuming process. Following a few simple guidelines can make the operator’s job safer and more efficient: • Pay attention to local forecasts as winter weather and road conditions can change very quickly. If it is necessary for you to drive, please do so responsibly. • Minimize driving as much as possible during and immediately after a snow event. The fewer the vehicles on the roadway allows the roadway to be cleared more quickly and efficiently. • Remove vehicles and trailers from the street prior to a winter event. This will allow the operator to clear the street from edge-to-edge. • Remove basketball hoops from the borough right-of-way. • Please keep a safe operating distance from all vehicles providing winter maintenance. • If you have a mailbox along the roadway, periodically check to ensure that the post and mailbox are in good condition. The post and mailbox must be sturdy enough to withstand snow com-

ing off the plow blade. • Never push, blow or shovel snow into a cleared roadway. • Never attempt to stop or flag down a truck driver while plowing. • Clearing a space along the curb or edge of road before your driveway will reduce the amount of the snow placed in your driveway. • Wait until the street is completely cleared before shoveling the end of your driveway. • Operator’s will often make multiple passes on the same street. • Plow drivers cannot direct snow as it comes off of a plow. Plow blades are fixed to dump snow to the right.

CODE ENFORCEMENT DEPARTMENT SWIMMING POOLS, SPAS, HOT TUBS AND STANDING WATER

Please help the Code Enforcement Division in fighting the threat of West Nile Virus. Do not allow garbage can lids, old tires or any vessel to harbor standing water. These may become the breeding ground for mosquitoes.

OUTDOOR BURNING § 66-7 EXCEPTION TO RESTRICTIONS ON BURNING

Patio and yard wood-burning units used as chimneas, patio warmers and other portable wood-burning devices used for recreational purposes, provided the following shall apply: (1) only clean wood may be used and burned, (2) patio and yard woodburning units must be located at least 50 feet from the nearest structure which is not on the same property as the patio woodburning unit and (3) use of patio and yard wood-burning units shall not cause a nui-

sance to neighbors

GRASS CLIPPINGS AND GREEN WASTE

Blowing/dumping grass clippings, green waste and any landscape material into streets or alleys is prohibited. This is a violation of Borough Code and EPA MS4 requirements. Please refrain from this practice.

BOROUGH-USE-ONLY DUMPSTERS

Borough dumpsters located at Siebert Park (by the pool and cabin), Fiala Field, the end of South 30th Street and behind the Borough Building are for Borough Department use only. Dumping in, or in the vicinity of, the dumpsters by private individuals/households is a citable offense and will be prosecuted to the fullest extent provided by law.

IPMC § 304.3 PROPERTY IDENTIFICATION

A number of homes and businesses throughout the Borough have unreadable or missing property numbers. Under Section 304.3 of the International Property Maintenance Code (IPMC), building numbers must be a minimum of four (4) inches in height and readable from the street by emergency responders. Following the Code and keeping your home or business properly marked, assists Police, Fire and EMS to respond rapidly and effectively to emergencies. Also, help us to help you by keeping building numbers free of obstructions.

STORAGE OF CAMPERS AND/OR TRAILERS ON STREETS IS PROHIBITED.

Review the Zoning Code of the Borough of Camp Hill for storage requirements.

NO ONE SHOULD BE HUNGRY! The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank will be giving food to all qualified Camp Hill residents in need of food assistance at the Christian Life Assembly Church at 2645 Lisburn Rd in Lower Allen Twp. Please stop by between 9 am and 12 noon on the following Tuesdays: September 8th, October 13th, November 10th and December 8th. A utility bill from your residence is the only requirement. Please stop by if your family is in need !

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CUMBERLAND COUNTY VECTOR CONTROL WHAT IS CUMBERLAND COUNTY VECTOR CONTROL, AND HOW DO WE HANDLE MOSQUITO COMPLAINTS?

Cumberland County Vector Control handles the surveillance of West Nile Virus throughout the county. We set specific data collection traps weekly to monitor areas that have had mosquitoes test positive for West Nile in the past. How do we handle nuisance situations? If you put in a complaint at CCPA.net/vector, we will contact you with information on how we will proceed with the complaint. A representative from our office will come to your property to look for standing water. If water is found in something that is easily removable like a bucket or child’s toy, it will be dumped. If the water is found containing larvae in a larger or inaccessible object, like a catch basin or a retention basin, we will treat it with a granular BTI product. If a water source is not found, we will set a data collection trap designed specifically to collect nuisance, meal seeking mosquitoes. Rarely do we use adult spraying to combat a nuisance program. The reason for this is due to the cycle of the mosquitoes causing an issue. They are mainly active during the daytime, however to lesson our environmental impact we must spray at night. For this reason we must find the source of the mosquito problem and eliminate it.

NOVEMBER ISSUE DEADLINE FOR ARTICLES OCTOBER 9 Submit to Audrey Logar at alogar@camphillborough.com

THE BOROUGH DOESN’T PROMOTE, ENDORSE OR RECOMMEND ANY CONTRACTOR OR BUSINESS ADVERTISED IN THE NEWSLETTER OR IN GENERAL PRACTICE.

Emergency Management EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT TASK FORCE SEVERE WEATHER SAFETY TIPS – TO SAVE YOUR LIFE!

Helping to save lives one tip at a time Fact: Hundreds of people die each year in the United States due to heat waves, hurricanes, lightning, flash floods, powerful thunderstorm winds, and winter storms or winter cold. Additionally, thousands of people are injured by these weather events each year. Will it happen to you? Fact: If you are aware of what weather event is about to impact your area, you are more likely to survive such an event. To stay on top of the weather, utilize NOAA Weather Radio All Hazards receiver units that can be purchased at most electronic stores. Make sure the model you purchase has a battery-backup. The programmable types allow you to selectively screen out those county warnings you are not interested in. Most homes have a smoke detector; shouldn’t your home also have a weather radio? You should also obtain the latest weather information from commercial TV/radio, cable TV, the internet/web, and newspapers.

LIGHTNING SAFETY TIPS:

1. Postpone outdoor activities if thunderstorms are imminent. Lightning can travel 5-10 miles away from the thunderstorm and strike the ground with blue sky overhead. The storm doesn’t have to be overhead in order for you to be struck. 2. Move to a sturdy shelter or vehicle. Do not take shelter in a small shed, under isolated trees, or in a convertible-top vehicle. Stay away from tall objects such as trees or towers or poles. 3. If in your vehicle when lightning strikes – don’t touch a metal surface. You are safer in a vehicle than being outdoors. 4. Remember that utility lines or pipes can carry the electrical current underground or through a building. Avoid electrical appliances, and use telephones or computers only in an emergency. 5. If you feel your hair standing on end – get down into a baseball catcher’s position and plug your ears with your fingertips so if lightning does hit it will not blow

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your ear drums out. Do not lie flat! 6. 30/30 rule – if the time between lighting and thunder is 30 seconds or less, go to a safe shelter. Stay there until 30 minutes after the last rumble of thunder. Web site: http://www.lightningsafety.noaa.gov

FLASH FLOOD/FLOOD SAFETY TIPS:

1. Nearly half of all fatalities in a flash flood involve a person driving a vehicle. Do not drive into a flooded area – Turn Around Don’t Drown! It takes only 2 feet of water to float away most cars. It’s amazing how powerful we feel when we get behind the wheel – don’t do it! 2. It takes only 6 inches of fast-moving water to sweep a person off their feet – don’t walk through a flooded area! 3. If you are camping in a river valley, move to higher ground if thunderstorms with heavy rains are in the area. Do not attempt to drive away. 4. Don’t operate electrical tools in flooded areas. 5. Most flash flood deaths occur in the middle of the night when it is more difficult to see rising water levels judge the depth of water covering road surfaces. Web sites: http://www.weather.gov/os/brochures.sht ml (to find the “Flash Floods and Floods…The Awesome Power” brochure) http://www.srh.noaa.gov/srh/tadd/ (for information on Turn Around Don’t Drown - TADD)

SEVERE THUNDERSTORM STRAIGHT-LINE WINDS:

1. Don’t underestimate the power of strong thunderstorm winds known as straight-line winds – they can reach speeds of 100 to 150 mph. Hurricane-force winds start at 74 mph. Wisconsin does experience these kinds of winds! 2. If a severe thunderstorm warning contains hurricane-force wind speeds seek shelter immediately (as you would for a tornado situation). 3. Stay away from windows and go to the basement or interior room/hallway. Do not use electrical appliances. 4. Be aware that tall trees near a building can be uprooted by straight-line winds – that tree can come crashing through the roof of a home and crush a person to death.


Clubs and Events LION’S MASK ON COVER The lion’s mask on the cover was sewn by Cassidy Knight, a Camp Hill 9th grader. During quarantine, Cassidy started sewing masks for her family and neighbors, but word got around, and she quickly had many masks to sew! Since she originally began sewing the masks to help people, she decided to donate half of her proceeds to charity. As of August, she has donated more than $500 to the Earl Besch Project, which helps Camp Hill kids in need and funds the school backpack/pantry program!

IF INTERESTED IN MASKS, SEE HER FACEBOOK PAGE WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/MASKSBYCASSIDY/ 5. Powerful straight-line winds can overturn a vehicle or even make a person air-borne when they get up over 100 mph! 6. One type of a straight-line wind event is a downburst, which is a small area of rapidly descending rain-cooled air and rain beneath a thunderstorm. A downburst can cause damage equivalent to a strong tornado! Web site: http://www.spc.noaa.gov/misc/AbtDerechos/derechofacts.htm (information on strong straight-line wind events) from the National Weather System

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WOMAN’S CLUB

The Camp Hill Woman’s Club, established in 1950, is a philanthropic and social organization of women from Camp Hill and the surrounding area. Our goal is to raise money through various fundraisers to donate to local charities. In light of the pandemic, this year we gave only to local food banks: West Shore Meals on Wheels, Bethesda Missions, Saint Francis Soup Kitchen, and Downtown Daily Bread to support the meaningful and courageous work they are doing. Our monthly meetings normally include a guest speaker and refreshments, but we have suspended all meetings for the time being, of course for safety reasons. Be on the lookout for information on social media and signs around town about our famous homemade Lasagna Dinner (takeout only) in October. Visit our website www.chwclub.com and Facebook.

CAMP HILL BOROUGH’S VOLUNTEERISM AWARD

Camp Hill Borough is fortunate to have so many people who give back to this community and many people don’t realize who they are or what they have done. This will be our 9th year for this award and this individual should be someone who has made one or more outstanding and significant volunteer contributions in some facet to Camp Hill Borough. All details and the application can be found at www.camphillborough.com and in the Camp Hill Borough Office. All nominations are due by the November 2, 2020 deadline and it is not too early to submit one for this year.

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ENVIRONMENTAL CLUB

The Club’s only goal is to try to preserve /improve Camp Hill’s water, air, land, flora and fauna. We are always looking for new members who share our interests in the environment and to energize our organization. Membership dues are $10 for students and $20 for adults with a maximum of $50 per family. Applications for membership can be picked up in the Recreation Office, calling 7374548, emailing alogar@camphillborough.com or at a CHEC meeting. Depending upon the coronavirus situation, our next business/breakfast meeting is scheduled for Saturday, October 12th, 7:30 am at the West Shore Plaza Restaurant. Come join us! As we are able, CHEC intends to continue our efforts to recycle at the Siebert Park athletic events and Little League Baseball games. We have adopted Market Street in the Borough and clean it four times a year and also clean litter in other areas of the Borough throughout the warmer weather months. In addition, we help clean out sections of the Conodoguinet Creek during the summer months. Unfortunately, all of the 2020 events have been cancelled, but we hope to return to the creek next year. Let’s talk about recycling. If you have followed the news, you know that China threw the industry for a loop when it changed its rules for accepting recyclables, making it virtually impossible for US companies to meet these new rules, thus effectively eliminating this destination for our recyclables. Therefore, Penn Waste was forced to drastically change the list of materials it could accept. Putting other materials in your recycling bins only makes their job harder because those things then need to be sorted out and sent to the landfill. We know you want to do the right thing, so here is a list of the only stuff you should put it your recycling containers: • Aluminum & Steel Cans, cleaned out. • Plastic Bottles & Jugs, #1, 2, & 5, cleaned out; throw away the caps. • Newspaper, clean & dry with no food contact. • Glass Bottles and Jars cleaned out; throw away the lids. • Corrugated Cardboard, dry & flattened w/no food contact, e.g. recycle the top of the pizza box; throw away the grease-stained bottom. • Milk and Juice Cartons, rinsed out. These same rules apply to recycling containers throughout the borough. Only put the recyclables noted above in these containers, and definitely not trash. Please visit the Borough website for more information on the Environmental Club www.camphillborough.com For additional information or to suggest future program ideas, call Paul Garrett at 717514-3546 or paulgarrett40n@gmail.com


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Downtown Camp Hill Association UTILITY BILL UPDATE The development of a storm water fee resulted from needed improvements to the storm water facilities and infrastructure in the Borough of Camp Hill. The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection requires certain operating efforts to be completed annually, and sediment pollution is reduced by 2023. If the Borough ignores the mandate, it may

be required to perform the same work but also face a large fine. The Utility User Fee is broken down so residents can see how much they are being charged for each service. The storm water user fee is broken down into 4 tiers. These tiers are based upon the amount of impervious area on the parcel. An outline of the tiers is located in the message area of the bill.

Property owners can apply for credits. The Borough’s Credit Policy and application can be found on the Borough’s website. If residents have any questions regarding their bill, please contact Rachel Burger (717)737-3456x1022 in the Borough office. If residents have specific questions about credits and the process for obtaining them, please contact Patrick Dennis via email pdennis@camphillborough.com or by telephone (717)737-3456x1042.

TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE…A CANDLELIGHT EXPERIENCE – THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10TH 5PM TO 8PM.

Due to the pandemic, our downtown events are difficult to schedule far in advance. Please check the Borough Website and the Downtown Camp Hill Facebook Page for updates and cancellations. Thank you to everyone that came out to support your downtown at the Summer Stroll that was held on July 25th.

Music, Carolers, Refreshments. Sponsored by our professional service businesses.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Mary Beth Brath – Downtown Coordinator/Director Email: mbbrath@camphillborough.com Follow our Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/downtowncamphill

TENTATIVE UPCOMING EVENTS: HARVEST HOP – SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12TH 10AM TO 4PM.

Enjoy specials and activities throughout the downtown corridor. Support your community and have fun with your family and friends.

The Downtown Camp Hill Association (DCHA) is a volunteer 501C3 main street organization that was formed to strengthen the Camp Hill Business District along Market Street between 15th and 25th Streets. If you would like to get involved or be added to our email list to receive event information, contact Mary Beth Brath at mbbrath@camphillborough.com.

CANDY CANE WALK – SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22ND NOON TO 4PM.

Stroll, Sip and Shop over 20 businesses. Refreshments, music, specials, holiday centered.

WELCOME… SHINE ON MARKET

Amber Haulton persevered through the pandemic shut down and opened a new nail salon in our downtown called Shine on Market located at 2014 Market Street. The Downtown Camp Hill Association held the ribbon cutting at the start of the Summer Stroll event held on July 25th. Pictured left to right: Sue Pera, President of the Downtown Camp Hill Association, Mayor Mark Simpson, Ben Agostino – DCHA Board Member, Amber and Ken Haulton – Owners of Shine on Market and Senator Mike Regan.

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Recreation Department

A Message From the Director... Well this is not the summer that we planned for in the least. We truly appreciate everyone’s understanding when it came to canceling or rescheduling programs and camps. The good news about our current situation, a lot of you have been out and enjoying our great parks and facilities. We were fortunate that we could open the pool this summer. We appreciate our staff’s hard work and dedication to make this happen. We can’t thank them enough. While we couldn’t offer lunch, it was nice to see many enjoy the music at our Box Lunch Reviews. The community members who came enjoyed something close to a sense of normalcy. Thanks to Highmark, Mid Penn Bank, Service 1st Restoration, HRG and Conte Wealth Advisors for their sponsorships to this program. I would also like to thank all the instructors for a great job this summer. The programs and camps that we were able to have were a little different this summer, but the instructors did a great job teaching the kids and making sure they had fun. We continue to learn and follow the guidelines for COVID-19 and see what programs we are able to offer this fall. We do have some programs listed in this newsletter and they are subject to change if needed. Details about our special events including the

Halloween Costume Contest and Trick or Treat, are in this newsletter. The Toys for Tots Parade information will be available on our website in the coming months. Please remember that Camp Hill Recreation programs require pre-registration. All registrations must be completed online. If you need assistance please call the Recreation Office. Contact us if you have any questions or concerns about existing programs or if you have suggestions for new programs. You can reach us at 717-7374548 or by email alogar@camphillborough.com. Also remember to look up us on Facebook and like our page to find out the latest news and reminders. Our page is Camp Hill Parks And Recreation. I am a one person office, so I am not always able to answer my phone when it rings. If I am not available to answer your call, please leave a message and I will return your call as soon as possible (usually within one business day). Thank you,

Audrey J. Logar Recreation Director

RECREATION COMMISSION MEMBERS

Jon Arosell, Dustin Chapman, Superintendent Patty Craig, Borough Manager Pat Dennis, William Forrey, Patty Gilroy, Melanie Gurgiolo, David Hershey, Mayor Mark Simpson, Doug Snyder, Council Person Erin Vroman and Paul White

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Recreation Department A SPECIAL THANK YOU

Camp Hill Borough would like to thank the following for helping out during various events throughout the summer months. Camp Hill Historical Society for the plaque in Schaeffer Park. Col. Ward Adams for writing a Memorial Day Message for the newsletter. Student Caleb Aranos for writing and speaking on social media about what Memorial Day means to him. Adjutant James Snyder, Commander Gary and Council Person Erin Vroman for assisting in placing of the flags for the veterans in our cemetery. Mrs. Ann Mowery for her donation towards our Memorial Day Home Decorating contest. Highmark, Mid Penn Bank, Service 1st Restoration, HRG and Conte Wealth Advisors for their sponsorship to the “Box Lunch Review”.

REGISTRATION IS ONLINE FOR PROGRAMS, CAMPS, RENTALS AND MEMBERSHIPS

For your convenience, we have ONLINE REGISTRATION available! Of course, you are always welcome to stop by the Borough offices to register in person but you should make an account first so when you come in we can register you. PLEASE NOTE: If you already have an account please don’t create a new account, just login and if you forgot your password, just click forgot password. Be sure to read over the Refund Policy prior to Registering as well. More details can be found on our website

INFORMATION ABOUT ACCESS TO SIEBERT PARK STADIUM

If you need a pass you can come to the Borough Offices. One application per family. To enter the stadium access the Siebert Park Stadium near the Athletic House. Just swipe your card and push on the access gate. It will turn to let one person enter. If you lose your card, you need to notify the Borough immediately, so we can deactivate your card. Replacement cards, are $5.00 each. You can view the stadium calendar on our website under Recreation/Facilities to see when it is occupied.

PM at the Borough Building of Camp Hill Municipal Office in the conference room, 2145 Walnut Street, Camp Hill, PA 17011, on the following date: October 6th

CAMP HILL BANQUET FACILITY

Thomas J. Prosser Hall in the Camp Hill Borough Building is available to rent for parties, wedding receptions, meetings, etc. Our elegant community room seats 200 people, has a large kitchen, and a garden patio right outside. For general information or make a reservation please go to our website: www.camphillborough.com

ENVIRONMENT, EDUCATION, AND RECREATION CENTER

This center which is located at Siebert Park in Camp Hill is available to rent for meetings, parties, etc. The EERC can accommodate up to 65 people, has a kitchen, and two restrooms. For general information or make a reservation please go to our website: www.camphillborough.com

HALLOWEEN COSTUME CONTEST TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27TH

Due to COVID-19, The Borough will not have our traditional Halloween Parade and Activity Night this year, but we are hoping to hold a Halloween Costume Contest for the community. This event is subject to change if needed. Staying within state guidelines including gathering limitations, masks and practicing social distancing, we will have participants register according to the category their costume fits best, receive a goody bag, have their costume judged and awards handed out during each time slot. We will only do each category during the particular time slot, no exceptions. Please see all the details in newsletter and also on our website.

TRICK OR TREAT IS ON OCTOBER 29TH FROM 6-8 PM

Camp Hill Borough policy regarding Trick or Treat is the following. Trick or Treat is on the 31st, unless the 31st falls on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday, then Trick or Treat is on the prior Thursday. For now this is scheduled but it is subject to change.

RECREATION COMMISSION MEETINGS 2020

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On December 5, 2020, Camp Hill Borough and Centric Bank are hoping to team up for this event and information will be available in the coming months on our website.

ADULT CLASSES Due to Covid-19 our classes that are typically indoors were not able to be scheduled in time for this publication. All information for Jacki’s Aerobic Dance, Zumba Gold and Zumba will be available on our website and Facebook once it is available.

BACK TO SCHOOL WITH ESSENTIAL OILS

Want to start the school year off strong by supporting your kids naturally? Bring your kiddos to play at Shaeffer Park, while we get geared up and ready for school with borough resident and educator Sarah Dressler, as she shares her favorite back to school essential oil recipes, blends and DIYs to support the various learning environments your children may encounter this fall. This class is FREE and open to the public; to minimize contact points, please bring paper and pen for any notes you may want to take. Lawn chairs encouraged for maintaining social distancing. A waiver will need to be signed by all participants and waivers will be available at the start of class. Please email alogar@camphillborough.com to register September 24th 6-7pm September 26th 9-10am Location: Shaeffer Park Pavilion

COFFEE & ESSENTIAL OILS CHAT

Curious why so many families are using essential oils? Grab your morning coffee and join borough resident, Sarah Dressler, at Shaeffer Park for a FREE educational class covering the most common essential oils and her favorite uses to help with navigating life this fall! To minimize contact points, please bring paper and pen for any notes you may want to take. Children are welcome to attend and play on the playground while we chat! Lawn chairs encouraged for maintaining social distancing. A waiver will need to be signed by all participants and waivers will be available at the start of class.


Recreation Department Please email alogar@camphillborough.com to register October 10th 9:30-10:30am Location: Schaeffer Park Pavilion

YOUTH PROGRAMS SMARTPHONE PHOTOGRAPHY Instructor: Michael Yatsko In photography there is a saying that goes like this: The best camera is the one you have with you. Nowadays for most of us the camera we have with us all the time is our smartphone. If you’d like to boost your photography skills then join me for this 3 week class in all things smartphone photography. In this course we will discuss - aperture and shutter speed, exposure, megapixels, composition, lighting, lenses, editing apps, time lapse photography, and videography basics. If you have any questions reach out: michaelyatsko@hotmail.com. Course requirements: Smartphone camera (iphone or android). Please bring along a mask to wear if social distancing is not possible. You are welcome to bring your own chair if you wish or sit at the picnic tables under pavilion. There will be a waiver to sign at the first class. All waivers for children need to be

signed by parent or guardian. Mondays: September 14, 21 & 28 Grade 9th to Adult Time: 6-7 pm Cost: resident $75 / non-resident $85 Location: Schaeffer Park Pavilion Tuesdays: September 15, 22 & 29 Grade 4th – Grade 8th Time: 6-7 pm Cost: resident $75 / non-resident $85 Location: Shaeffer Park Pavilion

YOUTH BASKETBALL PROGRAM Boys and Girls Grades 3rd – 6th Camp Hill Recreation will have information about this program in the coming months on our website.

1ST – 4TH GRADE BOYS AND GIRLS BASKETBALL CLINICS Coordinator: Dustin Chapman This is an instructional group of clinics. Please go to our site and look under Recreation and click on dark green button to register. Sundays: September 27 – October 25 Times: 5 – 6 pm (Both boys and girls) Location: TBD Cost: $35.00

REFUND POLICY A refund will not be granted for any session $50 or less. This includes any program (one day programs, camps, or multi session programs) offered by the Recreation Department. For all sessions greater than $50, a refund will be granted according to this schedule:

Refund Request Date >90 days before program/camp 60-90 days before program/camp 30-59 days before program/camp Less than 30 days before program/camp

Amount of Refund 75% of program cost 50% of program cost 25% of program cost No refund

No refund will be granted for any camps after July 1st. If any program or camp is canceled by the Recreation Department at no fault of the participant, a full refund will be granted.

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Officers

Assistant Treasurer Dave Berkebile Secretary Melissa Corbin Assistant Secretary Jen Chaplin

Board Members

Jennifer Branstetter Mike Breon Angela Couloumbis Patricia Craig, Superintendent Jenny Crane, CHEA Representative Vera DiPietro Randy Gale, School Board Representative Chad Gallaher

Kirsten Jones Carrie Knight Tate Livelsberger Janice Mullin Leslie Sarvis Ken Serafin Vlad Serdar Doug Snyder Rita Steele Ron Tomalis

Emeritus Board William Angino Anna Baldini Michael L. Berney Nancy A. Besch Nancy L. Bigelow H. Leslie Bishop (deceased) Carlyn Chulick Alan Davidson Carrie DeLone, M.D. Margaret Rushong Earley (deceased) Richard Fonte, M.D. The Honorable David Freed, Esq. Betsy Gayner Lucy M. Gnazzo Alison E. A. Goodwin Jeff Haas James R. Hepfer III Richard E. Jordan III

John N. Kennedy, Esq. Connie R. Kindler Brian T. LaBine Robert E. Little, C.P.A J. Scott Massie Charles A. McInnes, RA R. Burke McLemore, Jr., Esq. Howell C. Mette, Esq. Phyllis S. Mowery Theodore W. Mowery Robert L. Myers, D.M.D., M.B.A. Grace M. Pollock (deceased) J. William Royer (deceased) Robert L. Shuster, Esq. John E. Slike, Esq. Henry J. Straub, C.P.A. Susan G. Sutliff Kurt A. Twiford Kevin Williams Peter Wilson

Our Children, Our Community, Our Future

A Note from the Director… Every year, The Lion Foundation asks for your support in funding school programs and events that cannot be covered through the regular school budget. But 2020 has been different – and our schools need our support now more than ever! In addition to the normal funding requests we receive, we are now helping our schools meet critical technology, remote learning and safety needs so there is flexibility when deciding how to best educate our students in a post-COVID learning environment – whatever form that takes. As a small community, this is what we do. We support each other, whether through buying locally to support community businesses or assisting our schools and teachers so they have the tools they need to teach our children. A special thank you to Superintendent Patty Craig for her hard work and strong leadership over the years. We wish her well in her retirement and remain committed to helping the school district navigate this new educational landscape. These are difficult times, but together, I believe we will rise to the challenge and continue to provide our students with the excellent education that has long been the hallmark of the Camp Hill School District. Thank you for your support. We could not do this without you.

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THE LION FOUNDATION WOULD LIKE TO WELCOME THE FOLLOWING NEW MEMBERS TO OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Mike Breon, Vera DiPietro, Carrie Knight, Tate Livelsberger & Vlad Serdar

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YOUR DONATIONS AT WORK! 2020 ANNUAL APPEAL YOUR DONATION MATTERS!

Each year, The Lion Foundation asks for your support in funding the needs of our schools that cannot be covered through the regular school budget. This year, the pandemic has presented new challenges. In addition to the normal requests we receive, we now have new COVID-related priorities such as technology and school safety/social distancing needs. Our goal is to give our schools the flexibility to reopen as appropriate and provide quality education given our new reality, while keeping students healthy and safe. It is because of your generosity that we are continually able to fund the grants that support our students and teachers. Unfortunately, because of the uncertainty of holding sporting and arts events during COVID, we will not be offering athletic and arts passes at this time. However, what is absolutely certain is that The Lion Foundation will continue its rigorous grant process and its promise to work with the schools to focus your donations on the district-approved areas of technology, safety and academics so that we can continue to support our children’s educational endeavors. Our schools need your support now more than ever, and your donation matters! To learn more about The Lion Foundation or to donate, please visit our website: www.thelionfoundation.org; or mail donations to: The Lion Foundation, 2627 Chestnut Street, Camp Hill, PA 17011. Make checks payable to The Lion Foundation. Donations are tax deductible.

WHILE SOME THINGS ARE CHANGING, WE AT THE LION FOUNDATION ARE DEDICATED TO HELPING.

The school district closed its doors on March 13, turning our educational model upside down overnight, and requiring our teachers and students to quickly shift to teaching and learning in new ways. Remote learning is no longer a luxury for our small, community schools, but a necessity. To help build a solid foundation for this new way of learning, The Lion Foundation recently awarded $50,000 to our Camp Hill schools to establish the new TECH CONNECT block grant. This grant has already helped the district begin to address some of its immediate technology needs, including purchasing Chromebooks, and a new, web-based K-12 learning management system called Schoology, through which teachers can create assignments, assessments and discussions with students. To donate or to learn more about the effort, please visit our website at www.thelionfoundation.org.

MICHAEL S. NELSON, SR. MEMORIAL DONATIONS (1941-2020)

Michael S. Nelson was a longtime Camp Hill resident, photographer and 30-year Canadensis volunteer. Donations in his memory support Camp Canadensis. Checks may be made out to: The Lion Foundation Note: Canadensis Fund in memory of Mike Nelson 2627 Chestnut St., Camp Hill, PA 17011 Donations can also be made online at: www.thelionfoundation.org

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EARL BESCH PROJECT VOLUNTEER EMMA CHAPLIN

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20 TO 6-22-20) Canadensis Fund in Memory of Mike Nelson, Sr.

During this pandemic, dedicated volunteers for the project increased the frequency of pantry box distribution - from monthly to weekly - and also reshaped what the boxes contain. They began adding items that are not available through public assistance programs, such as shampoo and conditioner, lotion, toothpaste, body wash, aluminum foil, saran wrap, oil, sugar, tissues, paper towels, toilet paper, feminine products and deodorant. Fresh fruit and vegetables were also added, as well as items to make meals for a taco or pasta night. Throughout, the community has been tremendously generous, donating food, going grocery shopping, packing bags and boxes, loading cars and delivering to homes. The Earl Besch Project even had 50 pizzas from Al’s of Hampden three times, as well as food donations from Sysco Foods and Hershey’s Ice Cream. Thanks to LM Gnazzo Promotion Strategies, the efforts were featured on CBS 21’s Proudly Pennsylvanian and the early morning show (the segments can be found on their website). Camp Hill Little League sponsored the May Pantry Box, Camp Hill Soccer Club did a toiletry drive in June and West Shore Baptist Church sponsored and delivered boxes in June. July is being taken care of by donations from Mount Calvary Episcopal Church, Camp Hill Trinity Lutheran Church, Liberti Church and West Shore Rotary Club. Rounding out the summer, Camp Hill Presbyterian Church is taking care of the August pantry box. This has all meant the world to The Earl Besch Project and its mission. The Camp Hill School District kindly donated cafeteria items that would have expired during the closure. As the closure continued, volunteers were able to use the monetary donations from The Lion Foundation’s Earl Besch Fund to purchase food at The Central PA Food Bank. In addition, the school district provided access to the refrigerator and freezer at the high school. This was incredibly helpful, as it allowed the Earl Besch Project to take advantage of the available perishable food at the Food Bank. Meals Ready to Eat, or MREs, were also donated by the Commonwealth of PA, and were delivered twice. If nothing else, the kids most likely LOVED to experience that. There are two exciting things happening in the future:

TRICK OR TROT

This 5K Run and Walk, with a 1-mile Monster Dash Fun Run, will be held on October 31st, 2020. Registration is opening soon. If you would like to help sponsor the event, or for more information about it, please contact Jackie Sastre jsm2305@hotmail.com. Our goal is to raise $13,000 and we are a $10,500.

NEW PANTRY SPACE

Emma Chaplin, a CHHS junior, is working toward her Girl Scout Gold Award, and she chose to help The Earl Besch Project find a permanent space from which it can work. Needless to say, volunteers and supporters are ecstatic about her project! Through Emma’s efforts, the project’s organizers are excited to announce that they are partnering with Camp Hill Little League, and have been given permission to use the Fiala Building as a temporary pantry space. Emma will continue to lead the charge to find a more permanent home, and community members can contact the Earl Besch project if they become aware of available space for a permanent food pantry home in 2021. The number of families the Earl Besch Project serves has risen to 36 - and that includes 73 children. That number is expected to grow and continue to evolve. If you would like to get involved with The Earl Besch Project, please follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or send an email to TheEarlBeschProject@gmail.com. To donate to the project, please visit The Lion Foundation’s website at www.thelionfoundation.org and note the Earl Besch Project.

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Thomas Albright Karen & John Anthony Kelly Barclay Carli Marilyn Book Frederick and Susan Bottini Sandra Boylan James and Shirley Campbell William Cunkle Helen Ferguson Joel Friedman

Brad and Robin Jones Don and Thelma McCauslin Mollie McCurdy & Kevin McKeon Scott McManamon Katherine Michalek Particia Miller Kathryn Reisinger Andrew and Ellen Schindler Linda Walton Marlin E.Way

In Honor of Megan Sporcic DJ and Dani Healey In Honor of Rena Rogoff Susan Hardin The Earl Besch Fund

Ellen Bateman Nancy Besch James and Kathleen Brock Tara Brown Camp Hill Baseball Committee Camp Hill Presbyterian Church Wendy Chin Maryke Clark Thomas and Jennifer Clark Diana Fishlock Friday Morning Men's Bible Study Diane Gombocz Bob and Kathy Hamilton Slate and Stephanie Johnson Jack and Debbie Jurasits, Jr. Kelli Kauterman KENNEDY, PC Law Offices

Chris and Carrie Knight Cassidy Knight Jocelyn Lashley John and Megan Lesko Liberti Church Amber & Patrick McElwee Parul Mehta Taryna Mitchell Mount Calvary Episcopal Church Brian and Mary Prendergast Mike & Mary Soderberg Rish Rotary Club Of West Shore Greg & Susan Sutliff Kellie & Yasmin Haut Tikkun Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church Bev Uffner

5K Trick or Trot & 1 Mile Monster Dash benefiting The Earl Besch Project

Hoverter Foundation, Gold Sponsorship Upstream's Pillars With Purpose, Gold Sponsorship Cross Country Mortgage, Bronze Sponsorship Cornerstone Coffeehouse, Bronze Sponsorship Schmidt Kramer, PC, Bronze Sponsorship Dana Little, Associate Broker BHHS Homesale Services, Bronze Sponsorship Building Blocks Therapy, Corporate Sponsorship Van Allen, LLC, Corporate Sponsorship Mollybee Kids, Corporate Sponsorship D&H, Corporate Sponsorship DaFlure Heating & Cooling, Corporate Sponsorship Halbruner, Hatch & Guise, LLP, Corporate Sponsorship Orthopedic Institute of PA, Corporate Sponsorship Krevsky Bowser Employment Law, Corporate Sponsorship The Lion Foundation works with families to determine how memorial funds are used. If you are interested in donating to memorial funds or establishing a memorial fund or other planned gift through wills, please go to www.thelionfoundation.org under donate/planned gifts for more information or contact Robin Jones at (717)592-1100 or robin @thelionfoundation.org.

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CAMP HILL SCHOOL DISTRICT Educational Excellence

Community Strength

Student Success

CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2020!

SENIOR STUDENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS

SENIOR ATHLETES PURSUING COLLEGE ATHLETICS

• Class of 2020 Valedictorian - Jack Drda

• Class of 2020 Salutatorian - Gus Eberlein

• 41 seniors earned a 93% GPA (weighted) or above for their High School career.

Hanna Brosius Bloomsburg University, Track & Field Allison Confair Shippensburg University, Soccer

• 2 National Merit Scholarship finalists.

• 35 members of the National Honor Society.

• 22 members of the World Language Honor Society.

Luke Goodyear Gardner-Webb University, Baseball

• 2 seniors scored in the top 5% in the nation on the PSAT.

• 1 senior won an Apollo Theatre Award and 2 seniors won

Will Ketterer Harrisburg Area Community College, Basketball

Achievement Awards.

• 1 senior participated in Cumberland County Honor Band.

• 1 senior won a Scholastic Art and Writing Award with 2 hon-

Jake Perr y Franklin & Marshall College, Basketball

• Seniors were members of the marching band which won the

Laura Sakol Bucknell University, Cross Countr y and Track & Field

orable mentions.

Cavalcade of Bands Championships.

• 1 senior was seclected for the 2019-20 Mini-THON Student Leadership Council.

• Seniors participated in Mini-THON, raising $104,310.28.

• Senior athletes were named as Mid-Penn All Stars in field

Frank Shartle Kings College, Football Connor Trumpy Penn State Harrisburg, Basketball

hockey, wrestling, and boys basketball.

• 3 seniors on the field hockey team were named Keith

Waldman All-Academic Team Members by the National Field

Hockey Coaches Association.

• Seniors were members of the girls soccer team which won the PIAA Class 1A State Championships.

• Seniors were members of the girls cross countr y team which won the PIAA Class 1A District Championships.

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Kaitlyn Vorkapich Messiah College, Cross Countr y and Track & Field Collin Wilson Kings College, Football


MIDDLE / HIGH SCHOOL RENOVATIONS NEAR COMPLETION Renovations to the Middle and High School continued to make significant progress throughout the summer. EI Associates, a full-ser vice architectural and engineering firm, and the Camp Hill School District have continued to work together to ensure the completion of critical renovations. Ever y effort has been taken during the on-going COVID-19 pandemic regarding safety of all individuals to keep projects on track and provide the necessar y updates to ensure the safety of students and staff moving forward. Since the initial District-Wide Feasibility Study completed in 2018, EI Associates has been working with the District to address building deficiencies and code compliance issues. Working through the long-range facilities plan developed by EI Associates, the District decided to begin with addressing water infiltration issues. The entire building envelope was re-sealed last summer to alleviate any further water intrusion. Additionally, the facility saw the replacement of exterior windows and doors. During summer 2020, the entire facility under went major interior modernization renovations. Both building entrances and the administration areas were reconfigured to provide secure vestibules along with updates to interior finishes for an improved indoor environment. Additionally, some educational spaces were reorganized to accommodate new layouts for enhanced learning experiences. Construction for this phase is scheduled to be completed by the beginning of the new school year. The remainder of the work will be completed during winter break and summer 2021. To view the Renovations Photo Galler y, visit www.camphillsd.k12.pa.us, and click the MSHS Renovations Photo Gallery Quick Link on the homepage. Before Photos

During Photos

CAMP HILL SCHOOL DISTRICT 252


SEPTEMBER

DECEMBER

2

Eisenhower Elementar y Back to School Night

7

School Board Reorganization Meeting followed by

3

Hoover Elementar y Back to School Night

9

MS/HS Band Concert, 7 PM, TPC

14

School Board Work Session, 7 PM

3 8

21

Middle School Back to School Night First Day of School

Delayed Opening (2 hour), Modified Kindergarten

5

School Board Work Session, 7 PM

7

Walk/Bike to School Day

9

Homecoming Football Game

19

School Board Meeting, 7 PM

SCHOOLS CLOSED, Holiday Recess

11

School Board Work Session (tentative), 7 PM

18 18

School Board Work Session, 7 PM

SCHOOLS CLOSED

Delayed Opening (2 hour), Modified Kindergarten SCHOOLS CLOSED, Martin Luther King Jr. Day School Board Meeting (tentative), 7 PM

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Grades 1 & 2 Concert, 7 PM, SFA

19

K-12 Parent/Teacher Conferences (evening)

22

High School Fall Play, 2 PM, TPC

School Board Meeting, 7 PM

20, 21 High School Fall Play, 7 PM, TPC

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K-12 Parent/Teacher Conferences (evening)

25-27 SCHOOLS CLOSED, Thanksgiving Break

30

Early Dismissal

1 7

5

23

MS/HS Choral Concert, 7 PM, TPC

JANUARY

NOVEMBER

9

20

Eisenhower Chorus & Band Concert, 7 PM, TPC

24-31 SCHOOLS CLOSED, Holiday Recess

1

3

School Board Meeting, 7 PM

23

OCTOBER

2

14

15

School Board Meeting, 7 PM

Work Session, 7 PM 

Newsletter photos courtesy Samuel Getty, Meg Murphy, Camera Box & CHSD

SCHOOLS CLOSED, Thanksgiving Break

BOARD OF SCHOOL DIRE DIRECTORS RECTORS

2020 ADMINISTR ADMINISTRATION RA RAT ATION

DISTRICT OFFICE

Stephen B. Karl, President Randalll G. Galle, Vice President Arthur C. Pursel, Treasurer Gregory E. Lamayy, Assistant Secretary Neil O. Connelly Melanie W. Gurgiolo Laurie S. Kennedy Robert E. Latham Geoffrey S. McInroy

Patricia S. Craig, Superintendent Tina Darchicourt, Business Manager & Board Secretary Tracey Quigley-Jones, Director of Special Education & Student Services Mark Ziegler, High School Principal Leslee DeLong, Middle School Principal Nicholas Snider, MS/HS Assistant Principal Sandra Fauser, Eisenhower Elementary Principal Eileen Czarnecki, Hoover Elementary Principal

2627 Chestnut Street Cam mp Hill, PA 17011 (717) 901-2400 www.camphillsd.k12.pa.us

CAMP HILL SCHOOL DISTRICT 326


CONODOGUINET GREENWAY Imagine a beautiful new greenway—a scenic trail for hiking and biking along the Conodoguinet Creek. Right now, the Friends of the Conodoguinet Greenway are working to launch a feasibility study for this exciting new addition to the community. The Conodoguinet Greenway will be a continuous recreational trail that: • Provides a natural, scenic resource to the community • Improves the health and quality of life for local residents • Follows quiet roads and off-road multi-use trails along the creek • Connects communities along the creek, from the Susquehanna River to Carlisle and beyond

CAN YOU HELP US MAKE THIS HAPPEN?

The Friends of the Conodoguinet Greenway are partnering with the Cumberland Conservation Collaborative to apply for state and county grants to conduct the feasibility study. The initial phase will involve parts of East Pennsboro Township, Hampden Township, and Camp Hill Borough.

HOW YOUR SUPPORT HELPS

Private donations from the community are extremely important to this project because: • The state and county grants we’re applying for require matching funds • Your donation shows public support for the project which increases the chance of the grants being approved • Your donation of any amount is very much appreciated. All contributions are important to the success of this project.

THERE ARE TWO WAYS TO DONATE:

• Visit our Go Fund Me page to use your credit card. https://www.gofundme.com/f/conodoguinet-creek-greenway?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_linktip&utm_campaign=p_cp_guide_do • Pay by check. Make your check payable to the Cumberland Conservation Collaborative and send it to Cumberland Conservation Collaborative, 401 E. Louther Street, Suite 307 Carlisle, PA 17013 . Note on the check that this is for the Conodoguinet Greenway.

The Cumberland Conservation Collaborative (CCC) seeks to act together to protect, restore and enhance natural resources and quality of life in Cumberland County. For more information about the Conodoguinet Greenway or to volunteer to help with this important project, please email ConodoguinetGreenway@gmail.com

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