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wedNesdAY, MArCH 14, 2018 • VoluMe lII, No. 49 • reAd THe Full Issue oN THe weB:

26th Annual

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In this week’s issue:


Akron Lions Club Gives Back To The Community



Around Town Also see our complete calendar of events in The Bulletin Board, in this section!

Look in this week’s Things To Do section beginning on page 14A for more events, including: • Akron Fire Company Chicken BBQ • Dove Westgate Easter Egg Hunt • Reamstown Fire Company Coach Purse Bingo • Schoeneck Fire Hall Buffet Breakfast

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese The Akron Lions share their profits from the Ephrata Fair food sales. It has been since the end of September that the Akron Lions served about 14,000 toasted cheeseburgers. “We Serve” is the Lions’ motto, so serving sandwiches gave them the opportunity to give to other organizations in the community, so that they in turn may serve the people that they help. The Akron Lions invited 16 community organizations to their Donation Dinner Meeting to pass on those profits from the Ephrata Fair. Many of the organizations they donate to also help the Lions in the trailer during fair week, which they appreciate so much. Thanks to all who purchased food items from the stand. They hope you come back for the 100th year of the Ephrata Fair. The total donation amount was $28,400. Shown in the photo, from left to right, are (front) Phylis Peters (Homes of Hope), Penny Talbert (Ephrata Library), Lisa Shaver (Ephrata Area Social Services), Ashley Eager (Good Samaritan Shelter), Joan Stauffer (4 Our Kids), Megan Tomshek (Vision Corps Foundation), Karen Hummel (Ephrata Area Rehabilitation); (back) Jeff Myers (Make­A­Wish), Ken Lausch (Akron Fire Company), Dr. Scott Jackson (Dove Ministries), Pam Wolf (Akron Scouts), Les Martzal (Ephrata Ambulance), Frank Wolf (Akron Scouts), Bruce Fasnacht (The Bridge Youth Center), Jim Summers (Ephrata Rec Center), Craig Beamesderfer (Lions Treasurer), Brad Fair (Mennonite Disaster Services), Gwen Schuit (Friendship Community) and Chris Hoffman (Lions Secretary).

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14 Faith United Lutheran Church, 357 Walnut Street, Denver, will host a mid­week Lenten service at 7:00 p.m. with Pastor Dennis Trout.

THURSDAY, MARCH 15 A Free Community Meal will be held at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 167 East Main Street, Ephrata. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Serving at 6:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome. For more information, call 717­733­ 6646.

The Warwick Education Foun­ dation is sponsoring its 11th Annual Family Movie Night (FMN) at Penn Cinema on Mon­ day, March 26. This year two showtimes of 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. are being offered. There is a cost for tickets, which can be purchased online. Tickets are

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available on a first-come, firstserved basis. Tickets purchased online by Wednesday, March 21 will be delivered to the appropriate Warwick school. Tickets purch­ ased after Wednesday, March 21 will be available at the Will Call table at Penn Cinema on Monday, March 26.

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese “Sherlock Gnomes” will be the Family Movie Night has become a featured presentation for this tradition for local residents, and year’s Family Movie Night. The an opportunity for family and movie is rated PG. friends to spend time together The entire Warwick community watching a newly­released movie is invited to attend this family­ at a lower cost. “We believe oriented and fun-filled evening. (Continued On Page 2A)

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Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese The Denver-Ephrata Area Rotary Club presented a $1,500 donation check to the Ephrata Area Education Foundation recently. The Rotary continues to do great things in the MEMBER OF : EPHRATA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, LANCASTER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & PENNSYLVANIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE community, and providing much needed support to local groups is just one of their outreach efforts. Shown in the photo, from left to right, is Ann Marie Haus, Executive Director of the event.” School District. For more Ephrata Area Education Foundation, receiving the donation from Nate Hoffer, Rotary information about the War­ Family Movie Night is President. hosted and supported by wick Education Foun­dation, contact info@WarwickEF. Penn Cinema, and for the band that drew a large and Jigger Day afternoon, which third consecutive year the org. enthusiastic audience for its also features jigger-style ice Event Sponsor is Sauder’s Shown in the photo, from St. Patrick’s Day-themed cream sundaes. Eggs, among many other left to right, are Parker Horst (Continued From Page 1A) performance last March. The local Diamond, Platinum (kneeling), Ian Hough, On Sunday, September 16 band has a repertoire of tunes at 2:00 p.m. the Mainliners ‘Sherlock Gnomes’ will and Gold sponsors. The Emily Hough, Katie Hough, and songs from around the choral group will perform appeal to the entire family,” money raised by this event Carter Horst (kneeling); The non-profit Eicher Arts stated Dan Doremus, FMN helps fund the Innovative (adults) Karen Horst (John Center, Inc. has announced world, but in keeping with songs ranging from ‘50s chair, “and we greatly Education and Expert in Bonfield Elementary School its 2018 schedule of the St. Patrick’s Day theme, Doo-Wop to gospel numbers appreciate the continued Residence Grant programs PTO), Mark Sauder (Presi­ admission-free cultural and it will put a special focus on and patriotic tunes music of the Irish tradition support of Penn Cinema by provided by the Foundation dent and CEO of Event entertainment events. The Heidelberg Brass band — some of it played with a reserving virtually all of to enrich education for Sponsor Sauder’s Eggs), will perform Octoberfestmodern twist. All events will take place their theaters for this popular students of the Warwick Barbara Mobley (Warwick On Sunday, April 22 at style on Sunday, October 14 Education Foundation), at the Eicher House, 409 Cocalico Street in Ephrata 2:00 p.m. the women of Red at 2:00 p.m. Monica Hough (Kissel Hill Professional storyteller and Rose City Chorus will show Elementary School PTO), Borough’s Grater Park. author Robin Moore will tell The kickoff of this year’s off their a capella singing. Grant Hummer (Warwick Mitch & the Mood Swings tales of Native Americans on Education Foundation) and series will be a performance Drew Sheaffer (event host on Sunday, March 18 at 2:00 on Sunday, May 20 at 2:00 Sunday, November 4 at 1:00 p.m. by Rizzetta’s Tones, a p.m. will perform some of p.m. Penn Cinema). the best of 1960s rock, soul Officers elected to lead and Motown music. the Eicher for 2018 are Jane IIn a country t setting tti att th the COCALICO AREA Leon Hilliard and Music Englert, president; Sandra PA Turnpike on Main will play music Kurz, Vice President; Shirley HEARING SERVICES INC. Interchange 286, from Dixieland to show Cox, recording secretary; Most Insurances Accepted Rt. 272 Denver tunes on Sunday, June 10 at Joan DeFilippis, treasurer; • Comprehensive Hearing Evaluations Missy Gehman, 5:00 p.m. That performance and Share the joy of new friends and will cap the Eicher’s annual corresponding secretary. • Hearing Aids - All Makes & Models experiences - while maintaining your • Easy Access and Parking own spacious apartment. 717-445-4521 7 Mon., Tues., Thurs. 3 Cardinal Drive 1451 Reading Rd. 1 9am-3pm Stevens, PA 17578 • Independent Living • No application fees Mohnton Dr. Wendy K. Wed. 9am-1pm 717-336-8198 625,1 mile north • Beauty Shop On Site KING’S KITCHEN (Rt.of Bowmansville) Closed Fri. Stafford • Personal Care - Medication Monitoring • Private Baths in Rooms Audiologist QUALITY PUBLISHERS’ ASSOCIATION

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Obituaries Dr. Daniel Joseph Bridy, 82, husband of Mary Lou Ruane, Brethren Village, Lititz, died Tuesday, January 16. Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons: Daniel P. Bridy, Lancaster, and Joseph J. Bridy, fiancé of Mia, New York City; two daughters: Kate O’Connor, wife of Michael, Lancaster, and Marie Casey, wife of Marty, Damascus, Maryland; two grandchildren; and a sister, Marie C. Bridy, Phila­ delphia. Harold E. Krimes Jr., 46, Ephrata, died Thursday, February 22. He is survived by his parents, Harold E. Krimes Sr. and Carol A. (Engle) Krimes; two sons: Austin E. Krimes, Ephrata, and Skyler D. Krimes, Lancaster; and a daughter, Arrissa F. Kubas Krimes, Lockport, New York. Stanley E. Bouder, 77, Ephrata, died Monday, Feb­ ruary 26. He is survived by a son, Brian, Stevens; one grand­ child; a brother, Gerald, husband of Margaret Neff, Lock Haven; and two sisters: Geraldine, wife of Lester Gelsinger, Denver, and Sharon, wife of David Ulrich, Ephrata. Elizabeth M. McFarland, 87, Lancaster, formerly of Rothsville, died Monday, February 26. She was the wife of the late John W. McFarland. She is survived by two

sons: Randolph P., husband of Deborah (Roland) Zimm­ erman, and Jon W. Mc­ Farland; a daughter, Cath­ leen A. Oehme; five grandchildren; a step-grand­ child; five great-grand­ children; and three stepgreat-grandchildren. Kay L. Fasnacht, 68, husband of Gail L. (Groff) Fasnacht, Stevens, died Tuesday, February 27. Besides his wife, he is survived by a son, Justin A., husband of Brooke C. (Blansit), Kansas City, Missouri; a daughter, Jamie K., wife of Zachary J. Weidler, Sinking Spring; four grandchildren; two brothers: Jay H., husband of Marian, Macungie, and Day G., husband of Joyce, Denver; and a sister, Fay E., wife of Rev. Carl L. Eberly, Ephrata. Mary Ella Musser, 78, wife of Rufus K. Musser, Ephrata, died Thursday, March 1. Besides her husband, she is survived by three sons: Rufus H. Musser, husband of Jane High Musser, Milton, Iowa; Elvin Musser, husband of Thelma Martin Musser, Seneca Falls, New York; and James Musser, husband of Lorraine Hoover Musser, Milton, Iowa; four daught­ ers: Eileen, wife of Daniel Huber, Narvon; Anna Ruth, wife of Kevin Huber, Lyons, New York; Mary, wife of Daniel Martin, Ephrata; and Martha Musser, at home; 34 grandchildren; 28 greatgrandchildren; a brother,

Elam G. Hoover, husband of Lynette Hoover, Reading; and a sister, Ruth Ann Weaver, East Earl. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Marian; one grandchild; and one greatgrandchild. Derrek Reich, 41, Eph­ rata, died Thursday, March 1. He is survived by his parents, Harold Reich and Liana Whitcraft, both of Ephrata; a daughter, Hailey Reich; and a brother, Shawn, husband of Dawn Reich, New Holland. Joan B. Weaver, 83, Akron, died Thursday, March 1. She was the wife of the late Earl R. “Tony” Weaver. She is survived by a son, David J., husband of Lola (Love) Weaver, Narvon; a daughter, Diane M. Mill­ house, Ephrata; four grand­ children; and two sisters: Helen B., wife of Jacob I. Burkholder, Ephrata, and Martha Y., wife of James V. Fulmer, Lancaster. Marvin E. Zimmerman, 73, husband of Grace S. (Zimmerman) Zimmerman, East Earl, died Thursday, March 1. Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons: Marvin Lee, husband of Delphine (Reiff) Zimm­ erman, East Earl, and Robert Zimmerman, at home; two daughters: Rosene, wife of Wilmer Nolt, Peach Bottom, and Thelma, wife of Ronald Wenger, Lititz; 15 grand­ children; and a sister, Esther, wife of John Jacob Rutt, Ephrata. He was preceded in death by a grandchild.

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Betty L. Leisey, 85, Adamstown, died Friday, March 2. She was the wife of the late Paul L. Leisey. She is survived by a son, Kenneth, husband of Kaye (Turner) Leisey, Myerstown; four daughters: Carol, wife of Larry Malek, West Lawn; Robin, wife of Michael Allen, Denver; Andrea, wife of Dennis Moore, Adams­ town; and Michelle Goshert, Adamstown; nine grand­ children; six great-grand­ children; and two sisters: Joyce Sweigart, Akron, and Rosemary Johnston, Adams­ town. Arline E. Shannon, 93, Luther Acres, Lititz, died Friday, March 2. She was the wife of the late Rev. Dr. James G. Shannon. She is survived by two sons: James G. Shannon Jr., husband of Norie Dimapelis, Saint Paul, Minnesota, and Matthew D. Shannon, Washington, D.C.; two daughters: Kathleen E. Shannon, wife of George M. Kunath, Westfield, New Jersey, and Rebecca L. Shannon, Washington, D.C.; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; three step-grandchildren; and 15 step-great-grandchildren. Ward Bruce Shaw (Wes), 84, husband of Jeanette E.

(Ewart) Shaw, Lititz, died Friday, March 2. Besides his wife, he is survived by three daughters: Terrie Brooks, wife of Richard, Lancaster; Laura M. Shaw-Porter, wife of Tom, Elverson; and Julie Shaw Perillo, wife of Joe, Feasterville; eight grand­ children; two great-grand­ children; and a sister, Janis Misenheimer, Monroe, North Carolina. Donald K. “Don” Steffy, 87, husband of Janet Shelly Steffy, Lititz, died Friday, March 2. Besides his wife, he is survived by three daughters: Donna, wife of Michael Enck, Lititz; Diane, wife of Michael Feister, Manheim; and Dawn, wife of Scott Ruth, Lancaster; five grand­ children; and nine greatgrandchildren. Donald Richard Herr, 89,


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Russell and Cheryl Ackley, of Lititz, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Megan N. Ackley, to Michael R. Lasky, son of Robert and Kristen Lasky, of Annville. Michael proposed to Megan in December of 2017. Megan graduated from Ephrata High School in 2011. She attended Messiah College and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Education-Eng­ lish in 2015. She is currently employed by Pequea Valley High School as an English teacher. Michael graduated from Annville-Cleona High School in 2009. He attended Lebanon Valley College and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Digital Comm­


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The following listing is for the Cocalico and Lititz Senior Centers. Activities will be listed according to each Center. Menus are the same at each location. *Note: The Cocalico Senior Center closed on Friday, December 29 (temp­ orarily) and people will be transferred to the Lititz Senior Center. More infor­ mation regarding this closure will be provided as soon as more information is obtained. Lititz Senior Center The Lancaster County Office of Aging, Lititz Senior Citizens Center, Lititz United Methodist Church, Lititz, is open Wednesday, Thursday and Monday, from 8:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m., with Coffee and Chat Time at 9:00 a.m.

and Lunch served at noon. The Center serves Lan­ caster County residents of Ephrata, Rothsville, Akron, Neffsville and Lititz areas. Ephrata is also served by van service. Reservations for lunch and transportation need to be made by 11:00 a.m., one day in advance by calling the Center at 717626-2800. Daily Activities Include: Wednesday, March 14: 9:15 a.m., Healthy Steps in Motion; 10:00 a.m., Bible Study with P. Vernon; 10:30 a.m., Regular Bingo; 12:00 Noon, Lunch. Thursday, March 15: 9:15 a.m., Stretching with Kathy; 10:00 a.m., Lancaster School of Cosmetology; Geri-Fit Exercise; 12:00 Noon, Lunch. Monday, March 19: 9:00 a.m., Walk/Wii Bowling League; 9:30 a.m., Clothing Bank/Warwick Ambulance Blood Pressure Checks; Arts and Crafts; 10:00 a.m., Geri-

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The following students achieved Honor Roll status at Ephrata High School for the second marking period. Grade 9 Teonna Alston, Baileigh Andrews, Katrina Aponte, Hannah Ashley, Adrianna Ault, Taylor Becker, Tun­ veen Bhandal, Sawyer Boll, Aubrie Bollinger, Chloe Bowers, Brock Boyer, Luis Boyle, Melissa Brennan, Hannah Bright, Olivia Bry­ son, Jordan Buch, Maya Burdick, Maddison Burk­ hart, Samantha Burkholder, Athena Castro, Rudolph Chekanov, Catherine Collier, Cecilia Commero, Emma Conroy, Halee Deemer, Mallory Dover, Gianna Dyer, Josiah Ebersole, Alex­ is Ebright, Phoenix Ebright, Ethan Elliot, Anya Emmer­ ling, Devon Eshleman, Dakota Fay, Alyssa Fedor­ shak, Olivia Fedorshak, Oliver Fogarty-Harnish, Emily Folker, Brynn Frey, Madeline Fritz, Amanda Gardner, Madizin Gipe, Mia Goldberg, Cassidy Good, Olivia Gordon, Emma Graeff, Isabelle Groff, Madeline Groff, Kayla Hackman, Olivia Harring­ ton, Hopelynn Hauser, Ryan Honberger, Anna Hoopes, Lennon Hultzapple, Daniel Joerger, Emily Jones, Eze­ kiel Jones, Shiloh Keeler, Austin Keens, Anish Khad­ ka, Nathan Kimmel, Sydney Kochel, Sumer Kubovcsak, Tucker Kurtz, Alexandra Kwiatkowski, Kaleigh Laff­ erty, Brianne Landis, Hailey Landis, Angelique Lee, Ryan Lindberg, Tommy Lor,

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Mya Mahlandt, Tyler Mar­ tin, Brandon Martinez Rivera, Anissa Martzall, Kai Mast, Eirinn McAllister, Meg McCracken, Thomas McGillan, Carter McKim, Alyssa Meier, Victoria Merkey, Lily Moore, Ngouala Moundhala, Olivia Mountz, Aliya Murphy, Bryce Musser, Olivia Myer, Tyler Nelson, Amanda Nolt, Hannah Northup, Noah Oberholtzer, Michaela Ochieng, Alexander Ohline, Dominique Palma-Ramey, Averie Paparo, Kierra Par­ sons, Justin Pauser, Jonathan Petrecca, Thomas Petrecca, Brielle Pfeiffer, Joshua Potts, Noah Powlus, Emily Regitz, Kaydence Reinhart, Kaitlyn Rice, Lily Riddle, Bryce Rissler, Braden Ritter, Devon Robertson, Angelique Rodriguez, Naomi Rodri­ guez, Julia Rumyantsev, Kylie Schadt, John SchepiseBitting, Olivia Schlinkman, Nathan Sharpe, Talia Sheaff­ er, Cameron Shellhammer, Madison Shimp, Rebecca Shubinsky, Ariana Shue, Shannon Slaughter, Griffin Snyder, Dayton Stauffer, Sophia Stauffer, Jasmine Stewart, Madison Stewart, Tyler Strous, Matthew Sweigart, Rayne Sweigart, Colin Terry, Jayda Thomas, Nicole Trethewey, Cole

Urban, Arianna VanderWal, Stephanie Vargas-Domin­ guez, Daisy Vue, Kendall Wales, Zachary Wanous, Landon Weaver, Alyssa Wene, Megan Wenger, Michael Wenger, Paige Westerhoff, Chase Wilson, Alexander Yancoskie, Grace Young, Adam Zimmerman, Ali Zimmerman, Brooke Zimmerman, Shane Zimm­ erman, Olivia Zook. Grade 10 Gabrielle Althouse, Luke Andes, Stefano Astudillo, Seth Atkinson, Brianna Ay, Maxine Bodnari, Clara Bollinger, Matthew Bootie, Khalid Brelvi, Olivia Bren­ dle, Joshua Burke, Christian Buskirk, Hannah Camacho, Lorelei Campbell, Mary Campbell, Jamie Chon, Autum Clee, Jackson Con­

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Ephrata High School Honor Roll (Continued From Page 5A)

gail Zorrilla, Collin Zunner. Grade 11 Alize Anavitate, Karly Arment, Alexander Auker, Amy Babich, Bryce Babyak, Ciara Barreto, William Been, Dylan Blackwell, Vic­ toria Bondarenko, Aidan Borry, Sarah Boyer, Annika Brasse, Richard Bromirski, Skylar Brown, Lauren Buch, Nathan Castaneda, Kather­ ine Colton, Adam Conover, Kelly Cummings, Deanna Deiter, Katherine Earl, Kyle Emmerling, Kayley Eshle­ man, Olamide Fatusin, Alexis Firestone, Erin Fish­ er, Andrew Foster, Hannah Galen, Victoria Garcia, Hail­ ey Gardner, Olivia Gbur, Owen Gockley, Geoffrey Goldman, Emma Grande, Jared Groff, Deanna Ham, Parker Heinsey, Trevin Hert­ zog, John Hoffman, Nicholas

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Boneless & Skinless Certified Angus

Corned Beef Briskets

Ground Sirloin Value Pack







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Center Cut or Loin

Pork Chops





John F. Martin Whole Skinless & Shankless Hams

Dinner Hams

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Pop Tarts 8 Ct.


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Hanover Family Bag

Frozen Vegetables

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Turkey Hill Teas and


59 Oz.



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Italian Bread


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Robertson, Oley, and Sue M., wife of Rick Kuzniar, Denver; three grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and two brothers: Richard, husband of Helen Hummel, Wernersville, and Forrest, husband of Cindy Hummel, Robesonia. Anna Mary Martin, 101, Narvon, died Sunday, March 4. She was the wife of the late D. Walter Martin. She is survived by a son, Daniel Martin, Narvon; nine daughters: Rosene Martin, Ephrata; Rachel, wife of

Obituaries (Continued From Page 3A)

two great-grandchildren; and a brother, Jeffrey Brooks, husband of Kathie, Lancaster. Doris A. Klaassen, 88, wife of Joseph Klaassen, Country Meadows, Wyo­ missing, formerly of Bow­ mansville, died Sunday, March 4. Besides her husband, she is survived by two daughters: Denise L., wife of G. Mark

Calling all cooks!

Share your favorite recipes! Recipes will be published as space allows in the

March 28th issue.

Henry VanZee, Stevens; Anna Mary, Narvon; Lucy, Narvon; Nancy, wife of Leon Zimmerman, Narvon; Martha, wife of Noah Burkholder, Dundee, New York; Rebecca, wife of Leonard Martin, Memphis, Missouri; Bertha, wife of Elvin Sensenig, Reinholds; and Elsie, wife of Lawrence Zimmerman, Orrstown; a stepson, Edwin Z., husband of Esther Good Martin, Denver; 29 grandchildren; nine step-grandchildren; 47 great-grandchildren; 38 step-great-grandchildren; seven step-great-great-

eggs Our next Hometown Flavors theme will be

Recipes must be received in our office by 12:00 noon on Monday, March 19. Submissions may be emailed to, dropped off in person or mailed to our office at 615 E. Main Street • PO Box 456 • Ephrata, PA 17522 Submission open to residents of The Shopping News delivery area. Please include your name, address and phone number with your recipe. Limit 3 recipes per person. By submitting your recipe, you grant us permission to publish it and your name/town in The Shopping News as well as on our website and Facebook page.

grandchildren; and a sister, Martha Miller, Illinois. She was preceded in death by a stepson, Paul Z. Martin; one grandchild; two stepgrandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. V. Marlene Forney, 81, wife of J. Lowell Forney, Lititz, died Monday, March 5. Besides her husband, she is survived by a son, Randall, husband of Kathy Jo (Kurtz) Forney, Lititz; three daughters: Linda Christ, wife of Barry Christ, Ephrata; Jane Stoner, wife of Nelson Stoner, Lititz; and Christine Reilly, Lititz; 13 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Carol D. Martin, 53, wife of Clair M. Martin, Denver, died Monday, March 5. Besides her husband, she is survived by a son, Mike, husband of Joscelynn Martin, Ephrata; a daughter, Michelle Martin, Golden, Colorado; three grand­ children; and a brother, Jay N., husband of Cindy (Nolt) Brubaker, Kenly, North Carolina. Malinda K. Stoltzfus, 83, Narvon, died Monday, March 5. She was the wife of the

late Jonas B. Stoltzfus. She is survived by eight sons: David K., husband of Annie Stoltzfus Stoltzfus, Leesburg, Ohio; Daniel M., husband of Anna Stoltzfus, McVeytown; Amos M., husband of Nancy Stoltzfus Stoltzfus, Lewisburg; J. Ivan, husband of Ruth Ann Stoltzfus Stoltzfus, Narvon; John Omar, husband of Naomi Stoltzfus Stoltzfus, Narvon; Jonas B. Jr., husband of Debbie King, Stoltzfus, Honey Brook; Marvin Ray, husband of Rachel Esh Stoltzfus, Holt­ wood; and Chester K., hus­ band of Lena Zook Stoltzfus, Narvon; 59 grandchildren; 39 great-grandchildren; five brothers: Henry U., Munns­ ville, New York; Jacob K., Oxford; John U., Morgan­ town; Aaron K., Dundee, New York; and David K., Morgantown; three sisters: Lydia, Honey Brook; Priscilla, Mifflinburg; and Sarah King, New Holland. She was preceded in death by three children: a stillborn son, Susie S. and Paul B. Stoltzfus; two grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Elizabeth I. “Betty” Reeser, 83, New Holland, formerly of Leola, died Tuesday, March 6.

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She was the wife of the late Kenneth L. Reeser. She is survived by a son, Fred E. Reeser, New Holland. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Brenda J. Reeser. Karen S. Winey, 73, wife of Howard A. Winey, New Holland, died Wednesday, March 7. Besides her husband, she is survived by a son, Kevin, husband of Lori (Beiler) Winey, Narvon; a daughter, Denise, wife of Matthew Coates, Lancaster; seven grandchildren; a brother, James, husband of Teresa Leister, Lewistown; and a sister, Janet, wife of Len Hoffman, Ephrata.

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Nature Valley Oats & Honey Granola Bars............ 49 oz.


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Peter Pan Creamy


Mango Chunks ................. lb. 99¢

Grape Juice ............... 64


Harmony Farms Low Sodium Chicken Broth ..32 oz. 2/$1.00

Cookie Dough ............... lb. $1.29 Fine Line Cut

Green Beans .................2



1/4 Sheet Iced Sliced Coconut Cake ....................... $8.29 Freschetta

Margherita Pizza 23



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Lions’ Annual Easter Egg Hunts

The Annual Easter Egg Hunts by the Baron Stiegel Lions Club of Clay and Elizabeth Townships are set (rain or shine) for Saturday, March 31 at 1:00 p.m. at the Mt. Airy Picnic Grove and the Brickerville Picnic Grove.


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Children ages one to 12 are invited to participate. Prizes will be awarded and they include gift certificates, free ice cream cones and large chocolate bunnies. All participants will receive a small chocolate bunny and a Lions coloring book courtesy of the Lions Club and local sponsors. For more information, call Lion Charles Ackley at 717-7337124.


and is the first show in a three show high-point series. Proceeds go to the Pennsylvania Arabian Horse Association. This show is a PAC pointed show. Classes to be offered are: Showmanship and Halter, English and Western Pleasure and Equitation, Walk-Trot division (En­

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Lititz Christian School Announces Honor Roll Students

Lititz Christian School is pleased to announce the following students who have made Honor Roll for the second grading period of the 2017-2018 school year. 3rd Grade Distinguished Honor Roll: Noah Connell, Jack Kriebel, Brody Reber, Breanna Stellato. Honor Roll: Jack­ son Antes, Caeden Harmon, Sophia May, Autumn Mertz, Parker Stone, Jolene Weaver. 4th Grade Distinguished Honor Roll: Oren Bruckhart, Cally Car­ penter, Cody Derner, Jude Esbenshade, Liesel Gaul, Nathanael Swift, Ella Urquhart. Honor Roll: Hannah Espenshade, Noreen Lehman, Ray Lewis, Gavin Martens. 5th Grade Distinguished Honor Roll: Reagan Connell, Katie Coughlan, Henry Friedrichs, Lauren Hurst. Honor Roll: Josh Curry, Eva Gaul, Taylor

Grove, Sara Lewis, Savannah Mertz, Lucas Murray, Gabbie Reedy, Sarah Smith, Lilly Woratyla, Jeremiah Young. 6th Grade Distinguished Honor Roll: Taylor Bruckhart, Eliza Mason, Ava Oberrender, Luke Oberrender, Angie Scanlan. Honor Roll: Hope Cyphers, Elise Espenshade, Madi Haluck, Simeon Lyon, Afton Urquhart, Abby Zimmerman.

7th Grade Distinguished Honor Roll: Lana Bert, Wynne Coolbeth, Grace Gerard, Jack Haught, Taite Heller, Hannah Jordan, Chloe Kriebel, Tyler Velkly. Honor Roll: Micah Harmon, Alissa Hoover, Andrew Horst, Brennan Lyon, Kyla Mason, Reagan Mertz, Grace Reedy, Rylee Stoltz­ fus. 8th Grade Distinguished Honor Roll:


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Library Offers Practice Driving Tests The Library System, on behalf of The Public Libraries of Lancaster County, is pleased to announce a partnership with, a company dedicated to driver safety and education, to offer free Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) practice tests to library patrons. The practice tests are based on the state’s actual DMV materials. is one of the nation’s premier sites for driver’s license practice tests. The creators of have emphasized availability and accessibility to help new drivers study state manuals and take driving practice tests. For direct access to this new resource visit: https:// Additionally, Driving-Tests. org is the only site of its kind to provide access­ibility tools that let users hear selections read aloud, convert them to MP3, translate pages into other languages, magnify text and mask portions of the screen for greater visibility on the driving practice tests. With this partnership, the Public Libraries in Lancaster County will be able to offer these specialized practice exams that will turn new drivers into safer drivers. The new program will work as an outreach to several valued groups of patrons, including teens, those with disabilities and seniors who need to take a renewal exam, as well as patrons at every other stage of life.

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The Foodways Of Berks County

The Berks History Center (BHC) invites you to celebrate the Foodways of Berks County with a yearlong series of events and a digital community story­ telling project. The Berks History Center is located at 940 Centre Avenue, Reading. According to the MerriamWebster dictionary, food­ ways are the “eating habits and culinary practices of a people, region, or historical period.” Throughout 2018, the Berks History Center will explore this compelling human experience by focusing on the foodways that are important to the people of Berks County. BHC will do so through themed programming, in­ cluding Second Saturday programs and the Berks History Conference, as well online communications. Second Saturday programs will include topics such as brewing history in Berks County, the history of culinary and medicinal herbs, butchering and traditional meat preparations and more. The BHC’s 3rd annual Berks History Conference on Saturday, April 21 will feature four informative lectures by historians and food scholars on Berks County’s food history. In addition to events and programs, BHC launched a digital storytelling project that aims to highlight the

Freshman Class Officers Selected At Cocalico Lenten

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Peace U.C.C., located at 37 East Swartzville Road, Denver, will hold the following Lenten Events beginning on Saturday, March 24. • Saturday, March 24 Easter Egg Hunt (open to the community children) at 10:00 a.m. Refreshments included. • Thursday, March 29 Maundy Thursday Service at 7:30 p.m. All community residents are welcome to attend. • Friday, March 30 - Good Friday Service at 7:30 p.m. All community residents are welcome to attend. Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese • Saturday, March 31 Congratulations to the Cocalico High School Class of 2021 freshman class officers. They include, from left to right, Quin Easter Vigil - 6:00 a.m. to Rosado (Secretary), Robert Adams (Vice President), Naleah Sauder (President) and Michael Butz (Treasurer). midnight. diverse culinary experiences and food traditions alive in Berks County. BHC will share local foodway stories, including stories from the BHC staff and the comm­ unity, on their blog, e-newsletter and social media channels. BHC invites the people of Berks County to participate in the storytelling project by submitting stories about their family food traditions. For example, BHC’s 1st Berks County Foodway story explored the personal history behind Education Curator Vicky Heffner’s favorite birthday dish: PA

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NOW - WED., MAR. 28 - St. Paul’s U.C.C., 133 Church Street, Bowmans­ ville, will hold their annual Lenten Breakfasts every Wednesday, from 5:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Freewill donation. For more info., call 717-445-6256. WED., MAR. 14 - Faith United Lutheran Church, 357 Walnut Street, Denver, will host a mid-week Lenten service at 7:00 p.m. with Pastor Dennis Trout. WED., MAR. 14 Weaverland Anabaptist Faith Community Church, 210 Weaverland Valley Road, East Earl, will hold a Community Meal at 5:30 p.m. in the fellowship hall. Registration is not required. Meals are for dine-in only. THURS., MAR. 15 - A Free Community Meal will be held at Holy Trinity

Lutheran Church, 167 East Main Street, Ephrata. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Serving at 6:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome. For more info., call 717-733-6646. THURS., MAR. 15 - A Meeting for Widows will be held at Udder Choice, 1812 West Main Street, Ephrata. Eat at 6:00 p.m. with meeting to follow. All widows welcome. If it snows, meeting is cancelled. FRI., MAR. 16 - The Lititz Legion Riders from Post 56 will be hosting a St. Patty’s Dance at the Lititz American Legion, 109 North Broad Street, Lititz, from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. There is a cost for tickets. Call 717-572-5979 for more info. SAT., MAR. 17 - DurlachMt. Airy Fire Company, 880 Durlach Road, Stevens, will hold a Chicken BBQ Dinner, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (or sold out). There is a cost. Drive thru only. SAT., MAR. 17 - The Reamstown Fire Hall will host a Bingo Event to benefit the Mother’s Day Make-AWish Convoy. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. Games start at 6:00 p.m. There is a cost. For

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cost. Turkey with all the trimmings served family style. SAT., MAR. 17 - Garden Spot Village, 433 South Kin­ zer Ave., New Holland, will host Organist Doug Wimer at 7:00 p.m. in the Chapel. For more info., call 717355-6000. SAT., MAR. 17 - Smokes­ town Fire Company, 860 Smokestown Road, Denver, will hold a Haus and Pinochle Card Party at 7:00 p.m. For more info., call 717-336-2687. SAT., MAR. 17 - The Hay Creek Valley Historical Association is holding an Irish Breakfast Buffet at Historic Joanna Furnace, from 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. There is a cost. For more info., call 610-2860388.


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tickets, call 717-490-0491. SAT., MAR. 17 - The Lititz Public Library, 651 Kissel Hill Road, Lititz, will host Family Storytime at 10:00 a.m. Enjoy cookie themed books, songs and crafts. For more info. or to pre-register, call 717-6262255. SAT., MAR. 17 - Stevens Fire Company, 91 Stevens Road, Stevens, will have Kauffman’s Chicken BBQ at 10:00 a.m. There is a cost. For more info., call 717336-4200. SAT., MAR. 17 - Relay For Life is hosting a Bus Trip to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Fells Point, Maryland. Leave Ephrata Walmart parking lot at 12:00 noon. Haunted Pub Crawl begins at 6:30 p.m. Depart Fells Point at 9:30 p.m. There is a cost. For more info., call Sharon Groff at 717-3542656. SAT., MAR. 17 - The Schoeneck Fire Company, 125 North King Street, Den­ ver, will hold a Breakfast, from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. For more info., call 717336-6767. SAT., MAR. 17 - Caer­ narvon Fire Company, Churchtown, will host a Spring Turkey Supper, from 1:00 p.m. to ? There is a


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SUN., MAR. 18 - The Eicher Arts Center, 409 Cocalico Street, Ephrata, will host Rizzetta’s Tones, a Celtic folk band, at 2:00 p.m. Admission is free. Refreshments will be provided. SUN., MAR. 18 - Laurel Dance Company will be holding a “Meet and Greet” at its studio, 514 East Main Street, Ephrata, from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., to introduce its new Musical Expressions Classes for individuals with Autism. For more info., call 717-4665800. WED., MAR. 21 Mellingers Lutheran Church, 80 Gockley Road, Stevens, will host a mid-week Lenten service at 7:00 p.m. with Vicar Mark Fisher. THURS., MAR. 22 - The Lititz Public Library, 651 Kissel Hill Road, Lititz, will host an evening of Celtic music performed by Fire in the Glen, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. For more info. or to pre-register, call the library at 717-626-2255. THURS., MAR. 22 Middle Creek Church of the Brethren, 351 Middle Creek Road, Lititz, will hold a Women’s Ministries Pro­ gram, from 6:45 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. All women are invited.


THURS., MAR. 22 - A Free Community Meal will be held at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 167 East Main Street, Ephrata. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Serving at 6:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome. For more info., call 717-733-6646. THURS., MAR. 22 Woodcrest Retreat’s Annual Spring Banquet will be held at Yoder’s Banquet Facility, New Holland, at 6:15 p.m. For more info. or reservations (by Thursday, March 15), call 717-738-2233. THURS., MAR. 22 - A Community Dinner (Easter Menu) will be held at Wiest UM Methodist Church, 48 N. King Street, Schoeneck, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Fun, fellowship and food. THURS., MAR. 22 Farmersville Fire Company will host their 43rd Annual Community Sale starting at 4:30 p.m. Donated items appreciated. For more info., call 717-354-5094 or 717354-8122. FRI., MAR. 23 - SUN., MAR. 25 - The Grace Point Church of the Nazarene, 110 Durlach Road, Ephrata, will host four special services on Palm Sunday weekend. The Easter Musical “Love Took His Breath Away” will be held on Friday and Saturday

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Craft projects and games will be available at no charge. SAT., MAR. 24 - The Reinholds VFW 6759, 250 Brunners Grove Road, Rein­ holds, will hold a Chicken BBQ, from 9:00 a.m. until sold out. There is a cost. Bake sale at 9:00 a.m. Easter Egg Hunt at 10:00 a.m. SAT., MAR. 24 - Grace Church, 62 Hahnstown Road, Ephrata, will hold their 2nd Annual Easter Eggstravaganza from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Please bring your own hard-boiled

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eggs. Dyeing material will be provided. For more info., call 717-738-1109. SAT., MAR. 24 - Dove Westgate Church, 1755 West Main Street, Ephrata, will hold an Easter Egg Hunt for children ages infant to sixth grade. Free food, bounce house, games and prizes. Egg hunt at 12:00 noon. For more info., call 717-5981571. SAT., MAR. 24 - 3rd Annual K-9 Vendor/Gift Card Bingo will be held at the Reinholds Banquet Hall, 156 West Main Street, Reinholds. Doors open at 10:30 a.m. 12:00 noon K-9 presentation. 1:00 p.m. Bingo starts. There is a cost. For more info., call Colette at 717-371-8646, Tammy at 717-951-7714 or Jim at 717203-6554. SAT., MAR. 24 - Hope United Methodist Church, 3474 Rothsville Road, Ephrata, will hold an Easter Egg Celebration at 9:00 a.m. Register on-site the day of the event. For more info., call the church at 717-7383774. SAT., MAR. 24 - Delaware Valley Golden Retriever Rescue will hold a canine

Easter Egg Hunt at its Golden Gateway facility, 60 Vera Cruz Road, Reinholds. Gates open at 10:00 a.m. Egg hunt starts at 11:00 a.m. (rain or shine). There is a small suggested donation per dog. SAT., MAR. 24 - The Denver Women’s Club will host a “Cabin Fever Oldies Dance” from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at the Denver Fire Hall, 25 Locust Street, Denver, with the doors opening at 6:00 p.m. There is a cost for tickets. For more info. or advanced tickets, call Sandra at 717-587-0456 or June at 717-336-2791. SAT., MAR. 24 - The American Legion Banquet Hall, 35 S. Hoover Ave., New Holland, will host a Survivor Fashion Show and Luncheon. Doors open at 11:00 a.m. Lunch at 12:00 noon. There is a cost. (Continued On Page 19A)

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“You Be The Chemist” Challenge At OMPH

Births ALVAREZ, Angelise, Reinholds, and Elwin Ram­ irez, Reading, a daughter, at WellSpan Eph­ rata Comm­ unity Hospital. ARMSTRONG, Nicole, and Brandon Bernard, Lititz, a son, at UPMC Pinnacle Lititz. BOYD, Zachariah R. and Kaitlin (Lorditch), Ephrata, a daughter, at WellSpan Ephrata Community Hos­ pital. CASSEL, Ian and Aman­ da, Lititz, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital. COLON, Miosotis, and Alvin Valentin, Lititz, a daughter, at UPMC Pinnacle Lititz. EAGER, James L. II and Tracy Lefever, Reinholds, a daughter, at WellSpan Eph­ rata Community Hospital. EMMERICH, Cheyenne,

Students from Our Mother of Perpetual Help (OMPH) School recently competed in the 2018 Lancaster County “You Be the Chemist” Challenge, held on Monday, March 5 at Manheim Central Middle School. The contest, for students in grades five through eight, involves the knowledge of chemistry concepts and how to use them in the real world. Seventh grade students Tyler Miller, Matt Mercer and Sam Cassidy survived the first elimination, finishing in the first half of participants. Matt came in third place overall, making him eligible to go to the state the alternate for the state were sixth grade students competition, held at Penn Sydney Dissinger and Luke State on Saturday, April competition. Hinojosa. Also representing OMPH 14. Sam finished in fourth place overall, making him School in the challenge Shown in the photo are

students Sydney Dissinger, Matt Mercer, Sam Cassidy, Luke Hinojosa and Tyler Miller.

Pinnacle Lititz. RAYSOR, Justin R. and Heather (Mcgrane), East Earl, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital. REIFF, Mark and Eileen (Sensenig), East Earl, a son, at home. SMITH, Russell P. and Julianna (Brandt), Leola, a son, at UPMC Pinnacle Lititz. SMITHSON, Taylor, and Andrew R. Resch, Lititz, a daughter, at WellSpan Eph­ rata Community Hos­pital. STONER, Derek A. and Angela (Hoover), Akron, a daughter, at WellSpan Eph­

rata Community Hospital. STURMAN, Brett and Jennifer (Slavin), Leola, a son, at UPMC Pinnacle Lititz. WEBER, Adam L. and Michelle (Andrew), Denver, a daughter, at WellSpan Ephrata Community Hos­ pital. YELLETS, Tierney, and Alexis Garcia, Brownstown, a daughter, at Women & Babies Hospital. ZIMMERMAN, Merlyn M. and Violet H. (Garman), Terre Hill, a daughter, at home.

New Holland, and Brian March, Coatesville, a son, at WellSpan Ephrata Comm­ unity Hospital. GRAEFF, Michael T. and Cory (Becker), Adamstown, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital. HERNANDEZ, Victor E. Cordova and Daneiry Neg­ ron Rivera, Ephrata, a daughter, at Women & Babies Hospital. KEEFER, Justin and Michelle (Kizeik), Adams­ town, a daughter, at Women & Babies Hospital. KING, Philip A. and Wendy (Good), Denver, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital. KINTZLER, Steven F. and Amanda (Dillon), Eph­ Christina (Sensenig), East Marie (Martin), East Earl, a rata, a son and daughter, at daughter, at UPMC Pinnacle Women & Babies Hospital. Earl, a son, at home. Lititz. MARTIN, Dwight and MARTIN, Philip and OBERHOLTZER, Justin and Angela (Sensenig), GIFT CARDS NOW HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 8AM-8PM & AVAILABLE! Sat. 8AM-5PM. CLOSED Sunday Lititz, twin sons, at UPMC

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Biblical Message

The God of All Comfort by Pastor Paul M. Sadler (An excerpt from Revelation Volume 3 by Paul M. Sadler) “Blessed be God, even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies, and the God of all comfort; Who comforteth us in all our

tribulation, that we may be able to comfort them which are in any trouble, by the comfort wherewith we ourselves are comforted of God” (2 Cor. 1:3,4). Whatever trials and sorrows you may encounter in life, God wants you to know that He is the Father of mercies and the God of all comfort. But exactly how does the Lord comfort us in our time of need? He does so in unique ways in this administration of Grace. It is comforting to know that, because we have a personal relationship with Christ, we can speak with our heavenly Father about all the things that are on our hearts. Prayer is communi­

cation with God. It’s the channel through which the finite has access to the infinite. Having been accepted in God’s beloved Son, we have access to talk

with God at any time. Moreover, when we meditate on the Scriptures, God often comforts us through His written Word. Oftentimes, the Lord

consoles us by bringing someone into our lives to encourage us. Many times it is a believer who has experienced the same adversity that we are facing. The world can be unmerciful in its attacks when we faithfully stand for the truth. This accounts for some of the sufferings we endure for the cause of Christ. Then there are those occasions when we are comforted by the arrival of good news. Perhaps it takes the form of diagnostic tests that come back negative, or an answer to prayer. It is also comforting to know that the Lord’s people are keeping us before the throne of Grace in our hour

of need. It’s reassuring to realize that we do not need to bear our burdens alone. When finally we are delivered from our affliction, whatever form it may take, we are given a very special ministry by God. We are now in the position to comfort those who are hurting. The Lord doesn’t comfort us merely to be comfortable, but that we might also comfort others. Having passed through affliction ourselves, we are able to relate better to what someone else is facing. I remember making a hospital visit when one of the brethren from our local assembly stopped by. During the course of the con­


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versation, he shared how, years earlier, he had had the same surgery that the one we were visiting was going to have. Almost immediately he had the patient’s un­ divided attention. Nothing I would’ve said could have ministered more effectively than the testimony of that dear brother in Christ. Consider for a moment the greatness of God. He is the Creator and Sustainer of all things in heaven and earth. When we peer into the night sky, we see His handiwork; the heavens are immense and reflect His glory (Psa. 19:1). The galaxies of stars that dot the heavens, He created and gave each of them a name. Such power and knowledge, as David said, is beyond our comp­ rehension (Psa. 139:1­6; 147:5). But this same God, who is above all, has taken a personal interest in you and me (Psa. 8:4). That’s grace! Like the weaver who weaves a beautiful tapestry, God is methodically creating for the Church today an image of His divine purpose. Because we are currently on the wrong side of eternity, things can be difficult to understand. But soon all things will be made clear when we are caught up into the glory of His presence and see the finished tapestry of His grace.


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Advance tickets only. For more info. or tickets, call Sharon Groff at 717­799­ 5379 or Jan Getz at 717­354­ 4993. All proceeds benefit Relay For Life. SAT., MAR. 24 - The Ephrata Lions Club is spon­ soring its 39th Annual Sports Card Show and Auction at the Ephrata Recreation Center, 130 South Academy Drive, Ephrata, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. There is a cost for admission. Proceeds benefit Ephrata youth sports programs and the Ephrata Recreation Center. For more info., call Jack Forney at 717­314­0962 or Brad Lauderman at 717­471­ 3968. MON., MAR. 26 - The Parkinson’s Support Group at Garden Spot Village, 433 South Kinzer Ave., New Holland, will meet from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. The support group is open to all persons with Parkinson’s and their caregivers, family and friends. For more info., call Sherilyn Lapp at 717­

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355­6264. WED., MAR. 28 - Berg­ strasse Lutheran Church, 9 Hahnstown Road, Ephrata, will host a mid­week Lenten service (Holy Wednesday) at 7:00 p.m. with Pastor Sandy Gideon. THURS., MAR. 29 - Gar­ den Spot Village, 433 South Kinzer Ave., New Holland,

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Read Across America Day Celebration At Reamstown

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese Students and staff at Reamstown Elementary School celebrated “Read Across America Day” by wearing Dr. Seuss attire and silently reading for 15 minutes. High school students also joined the celebration by reading books to various classes. Shown are the hallways filled with eager readers.

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The following is a listing of ongoing events. See our list of dated activities beginning on page 14A.

FIRST MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH – Meet­ ing of the Cocalico Creek Watershed Association, 7:00 p.m. at the Cocalico Sports­man Club Building on Sportsman Road, just north of Reinholds. FIRST MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH - The Ephrata Public Library, 550 South Reading Rd., Ephrata, will host the support group “You are not alone” from

6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Open to those who have lost a loved one to a drug overdose. For more info., email Lea Hornerand at patzilling@urnotalone90@gmail. com. SECOND MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH – Mem­ory Loss Support Group meets from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the 3rd floor Conference Room at Lan­ caster General Health Subur­ ban Outpatient Pavilion. For more info., call Shelby Swartley at 717544-3280. THIRD MONDAY OF EVERY

MONTH – Tri-County Scrollers meet from 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Stevens Fire Hall. All Scrollers, lathe turners and decorative woodburning are welcome. For more info., call Charles Long, President, at 717733-1004. SECOND AND FOURTH MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH – Ephrata Cloister Toastmasters meet at the WellSpan Ephrata Hospital, 6:15 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. For more info., call 717-336-0321. SECOND AND FOURTH (Continued On Page 2B)

Easter Event For Children At Salem Lutheran

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese Ephrata High School student Megan Lausch placed first chair at the PMEA Region V State Band. She will now be moving on to the next level, which is All State Wind Ensemble. It is a special privilege this year because the PMEA conference is in Lancaster.

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese Children ages three to ten are invited to the Easter Lenten Event, “The Road to Easter,” on Saturday, March 17, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Games, stories, songs, crafts and lunch will fill the time with fun. Please pre-register for the event as soon as possible by calling the church office at 717-733-6646 or emailing office@ Salem Lutheran Church is located at 1331 West Main Street, Ephrata. Shown in the photo, from left to right, are Marianne and Brian Hansell.

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MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH – East Cocalico Lions Club meeting held at Reamstown Fire Hall, 12 West Church Street, starting at 6:30 p.m. For more info., call 717-336-5311. EVERY TUESDAY Akron Church of the Breth­ ren, 613 Main Street, Akron, will hold “Walking Down God’s Path” at 7:30 p.m. All are welcome. For more info., call 717-859-2156.

EVERY TUESDAY Akron Church of the Breth­ ren, 613 Main Street, Akron, will hold a Nicotine Anony­ mous Meeting, from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. EVERY TUESDAY – AlAnon Family Group, 12 Step Program of Recovery, United Methodist Church, 120 West Main Street, New Holland, 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. EVERY TUESDAY – AlAnon Family Group, 12 Step Program of Recovery, Heart of Lancaster Regional Med­ ical Center, 1500 Highland Drive, Lititz, 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. EVERY TUESDAY Inter-Denominational Group Bible Study will be held at 670 Lancaster Avenue, New Holland, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Open to men of all

ages including families. For more info., call 717-4455413. EVERY OTHER TUES­ DAY – PATH will meet at Ephrata Reformed Presby­ terian Church, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. For more info., call Patty at 717-6829976. FIRST TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH – The Worship Center, 2384 New Holland Pike, Lancaster, is offering “Standing Together” a cancer support group to those with cancer, their caregivers and cancer sur­ vivors, from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH – Bible Study Group at the Lititz Church of the Brethren, 300 West Orange Street, Lititz, at 9:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m., in classroom #218. All are invited to attend. FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH - Denver Lions Club will hold a meeting at the Denver Fire Company, Locust Street, Denver, at 6:30 p.m. For more info.,

call John at 717-615-0414. SECOND TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH – Brownstown Young At Heart Seniors meet at Olde Hickory Grill, 709 Olde Hickory Road, at 11:30 a.m. There is a cost. All seniors are welcome. For more info., call Abe Shrom at 717-5882214. SECOND AND FOURTH TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH – New Holland Lions Club meeting at Yoder’s Restaurant, New Holland, at 6:30 p.m. For more info. or to get involved with the Lions Club, contact James Bronson at 717-3550230. SECOND AND FOURTH TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH – The Lancaster County Chapter of the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance meets from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Zion’s Reformed United Church of Christ, 1356 Apple Street, Ephrata. For more info., call 717-9256520. THIRD TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH (SEPT. THRU JUNE) - Willow

Valley Genealogy Club holds monthly meetings from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Willow Valley Comm­ unity, Willow Street. For more info., contact George Nettleton at 717-397-0439. THIRD TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH – The Cancer Support Group meets at the Ephrata Cancer Center, 460 North Reading Road, Ephrata, from 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. For more info., call WellSpan Ephrata Cancer Center at 717-7214835. THIRD TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH - Loyal Christian Benefit Associ­ ation (LCBA) Local Branch 1557 holds monthly meet­ ings at 6:00 p.m. at the Udder Choice Restaurant. New members welcome. Bring a friend. THIRD TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH – PALS (Pregnancy After Loss Support Group) is open to anyone pregnant after a miscarriage, stillbirth or infant loss. Meets at the Lancaster General Health Campus, second floor Pain Center, 2100 Harrisburg

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at 2:30 p.m. along with a short business meeting. Meeting concludes at 3:45 p.m. For more info., call Bill Kelley at 717-560-9424. FIRST WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH Golden Trail Senior Activity Center will be held at New Holland U.M.C., 120 West Main St., New Holland, for seniors 60+ years, at 10:00 a.m. PA Coop Ext. will teach healthy food shopping and eating. For more info., call 717-940-0386. THIRD WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH – Historic Conservation Trust of the Ephrata Area will hold its monthly meeting at 7:30 p.m. in the meeting room of

the Old Railroad Station in Ephrata. The public is invited. Use the rear entrance of the building. THIRD WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH – Vietnam Veterans of Amer­ ica, Lancaster County, Chap­ ter 1008 meets at the Oak Leaf Manor, Landisville, at 7:00 p.m. FOURTH WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH – Epilepsy Foundation Eastern Pennsylvania will host a From Minor Tune-Ups to Major Repairs!

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FOR SALE: Mixed hard-­ FOR SALE: 1/2 pipe over woods, ready to burn, $160 100’, $100; Lumber, va-­ per cord. Delivery available. riety; 5HP pressure Call 717-690-6846. washer, works great, $60; 15” tires, (4) 55 gal-­ FOR SALE: Truck load coil lon barrels; 5 gallon plas-­ nails sale. 8D 2-1/ tic barrels; 20’ aluminum 2”x.113x3,000 10Dladder, $80; Leson 3”x.131x2,500 15 degree, electric motor, 1-1/2HP, FOR SALE: Small straw $22.50/box, 12D 3-1/ $150; 75’ garden hose; bales. Can deliver any 4”x.131x2,500 15 degree. golf cart; 10 clubs, $40; amount. 717-203-5359. cart; AC, $25.20/box. Slate Road Sup-­ hand 10,000BTU; table saw, ply, 717-445-5222. FOR SALE: Downsizing, $60. 717-733-4309. Creative sewing machine FOR SALE: Like new, with many extras, magnetic mattress, (queen). Will de-­ Straight Stair Lift by Handi-­ FOR SALE: High visibility liver if needed. 717-533- care. Two years old/recently safety jackets, new, $40, reg. serviced. Purchase price, $89.99. Cotton gloves, red or 2980. $3,300. Best offer. Call 717- blue coated, $5; $7.50/10 656-4120. Say you saw it in pr. pack, plus other gloves. The Shopping News! Dust masks, 3M N95, FOR SALE: Entire collection $12.75/20 box. Slate Road, of trains, Lionel, Williams, 717-445-5222. Third Rail, Mikes Train house. Mint condition, all FOR SALE: Final Expense original boxes and accesso-­ Policies, Age 50 Plus. 888ries, shelving available if 857-2754. Experience preferred, needed. 717-445-0681. but will train. Must be FOR SALE: Sparrow resist-­ non-smoking and ant bluebird houses $12/ea. FOR SALE: Eagles Super drug-free. Candidate should Bat houses $15/ea. Owl Bowl flags, banners and houses $20/ea. 717-733be highly self-motivated. garden flags. Area’s larg-­ 2030.

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FOR SALE: Opening March 15. Pansy baskets, violas, strawberry plants, candy onions at Kramer Mill Greenhouse, 1944 Kramer Mill Road, Den-­ ver. 717-336-4626.



Flaggers starting $12.50 hourly & Crew Chiefs starting $13.22 to set up & direct traffic around construction sites. A valid PA Driver’s License & clean driving record are a must. Good benefits.

Middlecreek Contractors is looking for Framers and Roofers.

If interested, please fill out an application at

1782 North Reading Road, Stevens, PA on Thursday 10am-2pm or online at

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est selection of flags and flagpoles. American Flag Shoppe, near Adamstown. 717-484-1183.


FOR SALE: Bull Frog 331 Hot Tub. 3 seats, 3 inter-­ changeable jet packs, 5’6”x6’10”, used very little. 717-286-8370.


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Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, March 14, 2018 - 5B FOR SALE: Woodstock Soapstone Stove. Paid over $3500, will sell for $1500. 717-3363141. FOR SALE: Penetrant Catalyst 3M, 11oz spray can. $5.99 each. Pet cage with floor tray, medium, $53.46, large, $78, extra large, $87.50, 5 or more, 15% discount. 717-445-5222. FOR SALE: Pictures from my drone. 1080 video HD pictures. Business photos, weddings, real estate, events, etc. Keith, 717816-4582.

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Auto/Truck FOR SALE: 1988 454 BBC engine and auto trans. $500; 427 BBC complete engine in parts, $250. Both together, $625. Phone, 484-639-2893. FOR SALE: 1992 Centaurus Econoline 150 Ford Conversion Van, transmission leaks, $500. 717-445-7609. FOR SALE: 2000 Chevrolet Astro Passenger Van, 123,000 miles, dark gray, $4,500. 717-336-6947. FOR SALE: ‘02 Mustang GT 4.6 V8 5-speed, 76,200 miles, silver, $7,295. 717951-8644.

Appliances FOR SALE: 4 piece electric black GE Profile dishwasher, microwave, refrigerator, convection oven, good condition, $2,500. Pool table, very good condition, $4,500. 717-721-3246.

FOR SALE: Huge selection of blemished freezers and misc. closeout appliances. Many with full warranties. Free delivery. Financing available. Martin Appliance, 1717 West Main, Ephrata. 717-7337730. Place your classified ads online at!

FOR SALE: Tires, 2-P265/ 70-R17, 1-215/65-R16, 150,000 BTU Heater w/thermostat. Used brass table lamps. Call 717-354-2646. FOR SALE: 1977 Ford F-150 pick-up 4x4, current inspection, runs great, extra parts. 6-cyl., 4-speed, $2,800 OBO. Please call 717-723-7679. FOR SALE: 1990 Chevrolet Silverado, standard cab, cloth seats, 4x4, long bed, blue, $2,795. 717587-1778.


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Stairs are a necessity in many homes. While stairs serve a practical purpose, they also have the potential to be dangerous. According to the National Safety Council, more than one million injuries result each year from stairway falls. Staircase and stairway accidents constitute the second leading cause of accidental injury, second only to motor vehicle accidents. Each year, there are 12,000 stairway accident deaths. However, many stairway falls can be prevented with some simple planning. • Install sturdy handrails. A common contributor to stairway falls is a failure to use handrails. Sturdy handrails can decrease fall rates. Even if a person slips, he or she may be able to prevent the fall by grabbing on to the handrails and regaining some of his or her balance. • Rely on highlighters or friction strips. According to a study titled “Safety on stairs: Influence of a tread edge highlighter and its position,” by Richard J. Foster, fall risk may be reduced by using a highlighter positioned flush with the tread edge. This helps make stairs more visible for those with impaired vision. • Improve lighting on staircases. Failure to see steps may contribute to falls as well. Staircases should be well lit so that residents and guests know where to step. • Use slip-resistant materials. Slip-resistant surface material acceptable for normal floors should work on stair treads. Loose rugs should not be placed at the top or bottom of the landing. Outdoors, rough finishes are recommended, particularly on stairs that are subject to getting wet. • Improve step geometry. If slips and falls frequently occur on a particular staircase, consider the relationship between the rise and the run. • Clear away clutter. One easy way to prevent falls is to keep stairs free of clutter. This means removing shoes, toys and other belongings that may be lef t on stairs or landings.

FOR SALE: 1936 Buick 4door, straight 8, runs and drives good, new paint, $10,000. 717-629-6557.

NOW HIRING • Gazebo Manufacturing Full-Time Position Available, clean environment, benefits Apply In Person

Meadowview Woodwork, LLC

We are currently looking for a Driver to make local farm deliveries. Requires a class B CDL.

Position requires the ability to lift 100 lb. bags. This is a full time position with benefits that include paid holidays, vacation hours, health insurance, retirement plan and daily overtime hours. Apply at:

Sensenig’s Feed Mill

115 S. Railroad Ave., New Holland, PA 17557


Are you cut out for this ride? Apply — text FLAGGER to 555-888.

Concrete Finishers and Laborers Must be hard working, dependable, and a team player. Local work. Experience preferred but not a must.

Reiff Concrete, LLC 47 Pleasant Valley Road, Ephrata, PA 17522



Entry level position loading trash and recycle for residential customers. Position offers a competitive salary and a full benefits package. Please apply in person:

Eagle Disposal

1245 Eagles Way, East Earl, PA 17519

Woodmasters Custom Cabinetry LLC is currently seeking

Part-Time Energetic Persons for Cleaning Position Young or old. Retired or high school applicants welcomed to apply. Regular hours 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM, 5 days a week. Hours can be modified. If you are interested, please apply at our plant location at 204 Rod and Gun Road, Newmanstown, PA 17073 between the hours of 8:00am & 4:00pm, Monday thru Friday or fax resume to 717-949-3924, or email to or

FOR SALE: 2014 21 foot Chaparral H2O sport (I/O) with Karavan tandem trailer. 5.0L, 260HP, 69.4 hours and many accessories included. $39,500. 717-629-5253.

FOR SALE: China hutch & China corner cabinet, Young Republic solid hard rock maple, Tell City Chair Company, Indiana, very good condition. $1,000 for set. 717-9402378.


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The Ephrata Community Pool is seeking part-time Lifeguards, Head Lifeguards and Pool Maintenance Laborers for the upcoming 2018 summer season. Lifeguard applicants must have current American Red Cross Lifeguarding, First Aid and CPR/AED certifications. Head Lifeguard applicants must have 2 years’ lifeguarding experience for consideration. Pool Maintenance Laborers must have previous maintenance experience. All candidates must have a current Child Abuse Clearance, Criminal Background Check and Mandated Reporter Training. Please submit resume or application to:



Re-Bath Inc. in Lancaster, Pa. are growing and looking to hire an enthusiastic, Full-Time Bathroom Remodeling Carpenter as well as a Part-Time Helper to assist our carpenters. • Full-time position is 45-50 hours per week • Part-time position is 30-35 hours per week


Hocking Printing Co., Inc. has a first shift part-time position available. Approximately 20-25 hours a week. Duties include collating papers, taking papers off the press, operating a paper cutter and various other duties. Please stop in at The Shopping News to fill out an application.

The Shopping News 615 E. Main St., Ephrata


FOR SALE: DeepV fishing boat, 25HP EvinRude motor, trolling motor, depth finder, battery, $600. 717-5750929.

FOR SALE: Roll-top computer desk with drawer for printer, cherry finish with matching two drawer file cabinet. $475. Call 717885-7142.

Attn: Aquatics Coordinator 130 S. Academy Drive, Ephrata, PA 17522

Full-time & part-time positions. Must have valid driver’s license & reliable vehicle. Flagger Force is an equal opportunity employer.


FOR SALE: Custom built replacement windows and doors. Professional installation. Call Ronafa Window & Door, 717-733-7534, or visit our showroom at 400 W. Main St, Ephrata in the Ephrata Business Center. Thank You!

Ephrata Recreation Center



FOR SALE: 2002 Honda Accord, runs good, inspected through April. $1,200 OBO. 717-818-5657.


Summer Lifeguards, Head Lifeguards and Pool Maintenance Laborer

14 S. New Holland Rd., Gordonville, PA 17529


FOR SALE: 2007 Mercury Milan, manual transmission, 150,000 miles, new clutch, new tires and battery, $2,000 firm. 443-535-3634.

These positions are Monday-Friday, no weekends. Some heavy lifting is required. The ideal full-time candidate should have experience in residential remodeling, but specific bathroom experience is not necessary. We are willing to train the right candidate who is energetic and wanting to join a team of individuals who take pride in their work and support our reputation for outstanding customer service. Part-time position needs no experience. Both need to be dependable, pass a background check, and have a valid driver’s license. We offer competitive wages, 401k matching, paid health insurance, paid vacations and holidays for full-time employees.

To apply, email resume and cover letter explaining why you would be a great fit for our company to: or stop by and fill out an application at:

245 Centerville Road, Suite 4, Lancaster, PA 17603

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615 East Main Street, Ephrata

6B - Wednesday, March 14, 2018 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” FOR SALE: Queen size Tem-­ pur-Pedic adjustable bed, less than 1 year old, asking $700, moving, must sell. 717-738-4595. FOR SALE: Beautiful, Early American sofa and chair, me-­ dium blue, like new condi-­ tion, $475. 717-445-5908.

Lawn & Garden FOR SALE: Huskee riding mower, automatic, 42” deck, 16HP, heavy duty, very good condition. $500. 610-888-9172. FOR SALE: White pine blue-­ bird houses. Painted, $11, unpainted, $8. Order at 717626-1260.

Machinery/Tools FOR SALE: Construction Equipment. Pole jacks, planks, scaffolding, tools, ladders, material. Owner downsizing. Call 717-5753679. FOR SALE: Garage Equip-­ ment. Hydro press; welder engine stand; others. Electric garage furnace. Call on prices. 717-723-7679.


Truck & Trailer Technicians Full-Time - Experienced p

General trailer repairs, weld aluminum/steel, run electrical wiring and be familiar with hydraulics. Inspection license a plus. Room for advancement. Competitive pay and excellent benefits.


4423 Oregon Pike, Ephrata, PA 17522

Lions Club March Student Of The Month Ms. Aubree Heidelbaugh, first grader at Brownstown Elementary School and daughter of Ashley and Todd Heidelbaugh, was honored as the March “Student of the Month.” According to her teacher, Ms. Allison Childs, Aubree exemplifies the Brownstown Elementary values. Aubree showed bravery as she started a new school with a great attitude and open heart. She shows responsibility, looking for ways to help others. Aubree is respectful to others and shows kindness while having a knack for feeling what others are going through and works hard to


make them feel better or to celebrate with them when they are happy. The West Earl Lions celebrate Aubree as Student of the Month, as well as the


FOR SALE: 2012 Honda Goldwing, maroon/silver, ex-­ cellent condition with some extras, 10,400 miles. Asking $15,900. 717-738-4403.

FOR SALE: 2003 Harley Davidson Anniversary Edition, Softail, only 5,785 miles. $6,500. 516-3226475, 717-445-9301.

FOR SALE: 1995 Honda Goldwing trike, candy apple red, 62,250 miles, very good condition, $12,500. Call 717-203-8825.


coming of spring. The focus of March, for Lions around the world, is Eye Donor Awareness Month and it also spotlights women. Women have been a part of Lions International since the early 90s. Women bring so much to the organization: fresh ideas, a new slant on an old project, a softer view and great leadership talents. The West Earl Lions welcome women with enthusiasm. Show your leadership and abilities by joining the Lions in their efforts by calling Lion Kathy at 717-6617760.


FOR SALE: Beautiful hardwood Acrsonic, by Baldwin, piano. Best offer. Must pick up. Last tuned in 2015. In excellent con-­ dition with bench. Moving, no longer using. Serious inquiries only. 717-6564120.

FOR SALE: Pomchi puppies, family raised, shots and wormed. Ready 3/16. $450. 717-725-5077. FOR SALE: Siberian Husky pups, AKC, family raised, vet checked, shots and wormed. 1 Male and 3 females. Cash only, $895. 717-496-3451. FOR SALE: English Bulldog puppies, rare coloring, healthy parents, family raised, no runts. FOR SALE: Labradoodle pup-­ pies, 1 male left. Family raised, vet checked, 1 year health guarantee. $395. 717587-4186.

Produce/Edibles FOR SALE: 100% Grassfed Angus beef, no hormones or antiobiotics. 1/4, 1/2 or whole. Nelson Nolt, Leola. 717-556-0701.

FOR SALE: Farm Fresh Raw Milk from Holstein cows. Also, yogurt, eggs. Inspected by PA Dept. of Ag. Town’s Edge Dairy, 1126 Martindale Road, Ephrata. Call 717-4450173.

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Tyson Foods Inc. has immediate openings for refrigeration mechanics on 2nd shift. Successful candidates will be responsible for HVAC repairs, working on ammonia systems and air compressors. Positions pay up to $31.52 an hour, plus shift differential, depending on experience. Candidates who pass level IV hazardous materials medical and those that get their CIRO/CARO certifications will receive up to an additional $3 more an hour. Tyson Foods will aid in receiving CIRO/CARO certification. Requirements: HVAC experience or formal education in HVAC at technical school, college, etc.


Tyson Foods, New Holland, PA has immediate openings for experienced high level industrial maintenance mechanics. Successful candidates will perform various maintenance and repair duties as needed. Requirements: Prior industrial maintenance experience or completed formal schooling in this area. TYSON FOODS’ BENEFITS INCLUDE:

• Competitive wages • Excellent benefits package • Paid vacation & holidays • 401(k) • Stock purchase plan


Interested candidates should apply online at, or apply in person at Tyson Foods Inc. 403 S. Custer Ave., New Holland, PA 17557 717-354-4211

Tyson Foods is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, national origin, color, religion, age, genetics, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.

Applications can be submitted on our website:

Cer�fied Nursing Assistant

• Full-time eve. shift with full benefits package. • 32 hr./week eve. shift with benefits. • 32 hr./week night shift with benefits. • Part-time every other weekend plus PRN.

Dining Server

• Part-time position, 2 days a week, including every other weekend

MDS Coordinator

• Full-time day shift position with full benefits package. RN with MDS experience preferred. 333 Wheat Ridge Dr. Ephrata, PA 17522 717.354.1800 Fax:717.354.1844

*All applicants must support the mission & values of Fairmount* EOE





FOR OUR BOX CULVERT DIVISION AT OUR PRECAST PRODUCTION PLANT IN LEBANON, PA Ideal candidates will have a strong background in precast concrete production, general construction, heavy manufacturing environments, etc. Must be willing to work overtime hours and have reliable transportation.

FOR OUR PRODUCTION FACILITY IN LEBANON, PA Qualified applicants will have experience loading and unloading trucks and working safely from heights. Experience operating fork lifts and skid loaders is a plus. Must be able to work overtime and have reliable transportation.

These full-time, hourly positions offer competitive wages, full health & dental benefits, paid vacation & holidays and more!

This full-time, hourly position offers competitive wages, full health & dental benefits, paid vacation & holidays and more!

Qualified applicants are encouraged to APPLY IN-PERSON at:

Qualified applicants are encouraged to APPLY IN-PERSON at:

42 South Butler Road, Lebanon, PA 17042

42 South Butler Road, Lebanon, PA 17042

OR download our application at (email completed application to

OR download our application at (email completed application to

An equal-opportunity employer | Committed to a drug-free work environment |

An equal-opportunity employer | Committed to a drug-free work environment |

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Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, March 14, 2018 - 7B FOR SALE: 2 story house, 3BR, 2-1/2 bath, attached 2 car garage, plus a separate 2 car garage, quiet street behind Weaver’s Store, Fivepointville. $214,000. 717951-2957. FOR SALE: Like new mobile home, 3BR, 2 full baths, large shed, covered deck, central air, all appliances. Beautifully maintained over 55 community, Meadow Valley Estates, Ephrata. $49,900. 828-292-9162.

Sporting Goods FOR SALE: Crossbow Horton Brotherhood, new, camouflage with soft case, scope, arrows, $400; Also, Excalibur ExoMag, crank and arrows, camouflage with soft case, $650. Call 717-7381375. FOR SALE: New and used bicycles, sales and service. Jack’s Bike Shop, 717-7336042, Open Mon., Wed, and Friday, 6-8p.m., Saturday, 9-5p.m.

Seasonal FOR SALE: John Deere snowblower 524, excellent condition, $450 OBO. 717799-5531.



Garage Sale

Saturday, March 17th

7am to 11am • 3 Laburk Lane, Reinholds NOTICE: Craft and Flea Market, 3/17, 8-1. Oregon Community Church, 1214 Creek Road, Lititz. 717656-7198. Tables still available. NOTICE: Public Sale of abandoned vehicle, 2013 Ford Focus VIN# 1FADP3F230 L252634, vehicle will be sold on Friday, March 16th at 8 am at Glick’s Auto Body, 502 S. 7th Street, Akron. NOTICE: Susan Lambert Piano Teacher, lessons for all ages. 11 Brookfield Drive, Ephrata, PA. 717-3714742. NOTICE: We accept brush, trimmings, grass clippings, trees and stumps for a small fee. Call Martin Mulch for information. 717-7331602. NOTICE: Custom built replacement windows and doors. Professional installation. Call Ronafa Window & Door, 717-733-7534, or visit our showroom at 400 W. Main St, Ephrata in the Ephrata Business Center. Thank You! NOTICE: Vender Event, March 24, 10AM-3PM at the Brunnerville Fire Hall. Bring an adult along and be entered to win a prize. Treat bags for the kids while supplies last.

NOTICE: Neighborhood Garage/Bake Sales, March 15th, 1pm-7pm, March 16th 7am? Lots of clothing (Infant through adult), housewares, camp stove, hammock, scrapbooking, chalkboard, desk, love seat, pickles, child’s bikes, wooden shelves, house plants, pansies, much more. 125, 945, 1005 and 1165 Indiantown Road, Stevens. NOTICE: Moving Sale, Furniture including: Sofa, chair, coffee table, 2 end tables, sofabed, dining table w/6 chairs, antique hutch, and Revo 3-wheel scooter. Please call 717-721-3238. NOTICE: Garage Sale, Thursday, 3/15, 1PM, Friday, 3/ 16, 6:30AM. Mens pants, waist 33/34, length 30”. Boys, girls size 8-12, ladies, dresses, Remington shaver, Flowbee, household, books, filing cabinet, hanging ceiling lights, stereo system, World Book Encyclopedias, more. 345 Hartings Park Road, Denver.

Men’s Clothing - M/L; Teen Girl Clothing - XS/S; Young Men’s Clothing - XS/S; Women’s Clothing - M/L; Snow Blower; Furniture - Indoor/Outdoor; Lawn Mower; Gas Grill; Queen Adjustable Bed Base; Other Household Items; Treadmill; Wii Games; Pictures; Folding Chairs; Tools; Area Rugs; Prom Dress Size 0; Weight Equipment; Small Refrigerator; Matchbox Car Set; Trains; Karaoke Machine; Home Décor. NOTICE: “Rent” Yard Sale Spaces for the Cocalico Education Foundation’s Community Yard Sale, 4/7, 7am-noon on Denver Elementary’s Parking Lot. Applications available in Cocalico School’s offices or from the CEF website. NOTICE: Multi-Family Garage Sale, Thursday, 3/15, 1pm-? Friday, 3/16, 7am-? Children clothing, boy’s 012, girl’s 2T-5/6, homemade dresses 3T-10/12, Ada’s Fabric pack/play, Jumparoo, Chicco infant car seat travel system, highchair, HH, baked goods, more. 440 Sandy Hill Road, Denver. (Schoeneck area) More in area.

HELP WANTED Hair stylist with clientele.

For more details, call 717-682-9172 or apply in person at: 860 N. Reading Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522


ROOFERS & REMODELERS FT With good benefits & health insurance reimbursement

NOTICE: Multi-Family Garage Sale, March 15, 12:30-6 and March 16, 7-11. Children’s clothes 0-5, dresses, shoes, crib sets, baby gear, HH, snow skiis, furniture, much more, near Indiantown Road sales. 875 Long Lane, Denver. NOTICE: Garage Sale, Friday, Saturday, 3/16-3/17, 7am-? Adult- children’s clothing, household items, homemade soap, snowboard, 2 set GM Rims, wicker bassinet, homemade baked goods, lots more. 671 Snyder Hill Road, Lititz.

NOTICE: Huge Garage Sale, Thursday, March 15, 1pm-? and Friday, 3/16, 7am-? Lots of home decor, victorian sofa, recliner, ceiling fan, curtains, Tupperware, GPS, Sizzix sweaters, dresses, children’s clothes in lots of sizes. 1205 Swamp Bridge Road, Denver. NOTICE: Garage Sale, Thursday, 3/15, 1pm-7pm, Friday, 3/16, 7am-? Children’s clothes, fabric, 2 double strollers, misc. household items. 405 Sandy Hill Road, Denver. NOTICE: Huge Garage Sale, 3/15, 12noon, 3/16, 7am. 100+ new girl’s dresses, children’s clothing galore, shirts, dresses, coats, shoes, PJs, girl’s NB-6year, boy’s NB-8yr, Babyfriend carseat w/base, exp. 2021, Eddie Bauer stroller, bouncy seat, love seat, chair, glassware, bed frame, books, housewares, fabric, plants, tools. 255 Hartings Park Road, Denver.

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174 E. MAIN ST. • LEOLA, PA 17540

Ephrata VFW (Post 3376) Canteen

FT SAFETY/ HUMAN RESOURCE ASSOCIATE Shady Maple is seeking a candidate who possesses a wellrounded knowledge and experience in Safety and Work Comp and OSHA compliance, as well as a strong understanding of the functionality of a Human Resource office. The qualified candidate will have a minimum of 5 years of experience in Safety, OSHA and Work Comp, as well as Human Resource office functions. Qualified candidates may forward resume to: or Shady Maple Route 23, East Earl, PA 17519

is now hiring an

Assistant Manager and a

PT Line Cook Hours include days, evenings and weekends on a rotating schedule. Must have ability to multi-task, good customer service and attention to detail. Club experience helpful but not required. If you would like to be part of a fast-paced, growing business, we want you as part of our team! Call 717-733-9904 or stop by to pick up an application 141 S. State Street, Ephrata, PA 17522

Job description This position is for either transportation of our live products or eggs to and from our facility in Ephrata, Pennsylvania What are your main tasks and responsibilities? • Maintain and service and/or repair fleet vehicles including tractors, trailers, company owned light and medium duty trucks • Maintain an inventory of parts for tractors and trailers • Maintain a clean and orderly shop • Possibly jockey trucks and trailers or make local trips with appropriate class A/B license Your profile • Diesel Mechanic certifications or relative work experience • Safe driving record • Detail oriented • Ability to troubleshoot problems with tractors and trailers This job is located in Ephrata, Pennsylvania, United States If you have questions about this recruitment, please contact Stephanie Scott at 410-603-4657 or by email:

621 Stevens Road, Ephrata, PA 17522

Must Be Self Motivated And Work Well With Other People.

We OfferWe Health offerInsurance, Paid Holidays & Vacations Paid Holidays & Vacations






Primarily M-F. Rotating Saturdays. No Sunday work. Decorating and/or baking experience preferred.

FT position includes Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability, Discount card, Vacation options PT & FT include 401k w/Company Match

Applications may be placed at Weaver Markets - Adamstown. Questions regarding the position should be directed to Mark at 717-484-4302.

Diesel Shop Mechanic An opportunity to manage a first-class fleet of trucks

Now Hiring F/T Qualified Personnel To Do Agricultural Framing, Roofing And Siding.


Tyson Foods Inc. has immediate openings for Industrial Electricians in its New Holland, PA location. The successful candidates will perform various maintenance and repair duties as needed with additional focus placed on electrical work. Requirements: • Must have the ability to troubleshoot and navigate through PLC’s, 3-phase wiring, AC/DC control wiring and all other industrial mechanical functions. • A background in electrical and mechanical skills in an industrial setting. • Prior electrical experience and/or formal schooling on electrical. Tyson Foods’ Benefits Include: • Competitive wages • Excellent benefits package • Paid vacation and nine (9) holidays • 401(k) Plan • Stock Purchase Plan CONTACT:

Interested candidates should apply online at, or come to the location at 403 S. Custer Ave., New Holland, PA 17557 Tyson Foods is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, national origin, color, religion, age, genetics, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.

Class A Driver

Full Time or Part Time Opportuni�es Job description This posi�on is for either transporta�on of our live products or eggs to and from our facility in Ephrata, Pennsylvania What are your main tasks and responsibilities? • Ship birds throughout the United States and Canada • Local Egg Pickups from company farms • Repor�ng problems with vehicles to management • Properly fill out and maintain driving logs Your profile • A�en�on to temperatures and condi�ons in trailer to maintain comfort of the load • Safe driving record • Responsible for maintaining accurate DOT logs using our electronic log system This job is located in Ephrata, Pennsylvania, United States If you have ques�ons about this recruitment please contact Stephanie Sco� at 410-603-4657 or by email: Stephanie.Sco�@hendrix-gene�

621 Stevens Road, Ephrata, PA 17522

8B - Wednesday, March 14, 2018 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” NOTICE: 6-Family Garage Sale, Thursday, 3/15, 1pm6:30pm, Friday, 3/16, 7am-? Girl’s clothing 0-3T and 7-8, boy’s clothing 0-2T and 5-8, baby swing, kiddie wading pool, wicker chair, quilt rack and home decor. 1625 S. Cocalico Road, Denver. NOTICE: Multi-Family Garage Sale, 3/15, 12PM-?, 3/ 16, 7AM. Mens, ladies, girls 0-6, boys 0-10 clothes; small freezer. 315 Schoeneck Road, Stevens. NOTICE: Garage Sale, Thursday, March 15, 12-6, Friday, March 16th, 8-? Newborn to teen girls dresses, shoes, highchair, lots of books, Keepers at Home and Children’s Rainbow and Sunshine magazines, crib bumper pad set, stepstool, chair, home decor, homemade soap. 665 Mt. Airy Road, Stevens (close to Sandy Hill Road).



Full Time Positions Available Immediately APPRENTICE, JOURNEYPERSON, FOREMAN, SERVICE TECH **Willing to Train** Full Benefits including IRA, vacation/holiday Submit resume in writing, in person or call: Edwards Electric & Telecom, Inc. 30 Park Street, Stevens, PA 17578 Phone: (717) 336-7188 Fax: (717) 336-1088

NOTICE: Multi-Family Garage Sale, Thursday March 15, 12-7 PM and Friday, March 16, 7-12 pm. Children & adult clothing, basket making supplies, household items, and much more. Beside Indiantown Mennonite Church, 205 Indiantown Rd. Ephrata. NOTICE: Multi-Family Garage Sale, Thursday, March 15, 1:00-5:00. Friday, March 16, 7:00-12:00. Bassinet, high chair, baby swing, girls clothing 3mo-5t, boys clothing 3mo-3t. Women’s & Men’s clothing, Country decor, old windows, train table and much more! 190 N. King St., Denver (Schoeneck). NOTICE: Multi-Family Garage Sale. Lots of children’s clothes, Pac’n’Play, Stroller, Tupperware, House hold, etc. 3/15, 1-6PM, 3/ 16, 7:00-? 200 Sandy Hill Rd. Denver.

Ryder is hiring


in Douglassville, PA Mostly Home Daily, Estimated Annual Average: $47-$50K. You’ll work in our internal parts center and deliver to our own Ryder maintenance shops. Monday-Friday: M, T, W spent in the warehouse, Thursday-Friday will be out overnight driving. Off on weekends. Potential to turn into a full-time driving position!! Must have Class A CDL w/12 months tractor trailer experience. Call 419-726-4784 or 800-372-5129 ext. 716 Reference job #51217 or visit

Ryder is an EEO Employer/ Vet/Disabled






717-738-0380 x399

District Governor Visits Akron Lions Club

NOTICE: Huge Multi-Family Indoor Garage Sale/Bake Sale. 3/16, 6:00-8:00 PM, 3/ 17 6:30AM-12:00 noon. Baby items, clothes, infantadult, HH goods, lots, lots more. 1084 Weaverland Rd. East Earl. NOTICE: Garage Sale, Thursday, 3/15, 1PM-7PM, Friday, 3/16, 7AM-? Childrens clothing, girls dresses to teen sizes, household, misc. American sub, ham/ cheese on pretzel bun sandwiches for fundraiser. 460 Camp Rodgers Road, Ephrata.

At a recent meeting the Akron Lions presented a check to their District Governor Bill Brown for his projected year’s projects. Region Chairperson Roy Estes and Zone Chairperson Dennis Ensinger were also in attendance. The contribution will mostly go towards-sight related projects for which the Lions Clubs are well known, ever since Hellen Keller made a challenge to the clubs to be knights of the blind. Shown in the photo, from left to right, are Tim Weiser (Assistant Secretary), District Gov. Bill Brown, David Austin (President) and Chris Hoffman (Secretary). NOTICE: Multi-Family Garage Sale, Saturday, March 17, 6 am-? Dresses, lots of children’s clothes, wide range of sizes. 690 Reidenbach Road, just off 322, between Hinkletown and Blue Ball. Weather permitting.

It’s easy to place a classified ad! Visit our office at 615 E. Main St., Ephrata, or submit your ad at!

Landscaping Positions

NOTICE: Garage Sale, Saturday, 3/17, 8am-4pm. Misc. household & decor, bedding, Tupperware, crafts, primitives, baby items, materials, Ethan-Allen (maple) hutch, cherry kitchen. 103-G Sandy Hill Road, Denver.

NOTICE: Multi Family Yard Sale, Friday March 16, 10:00am to 6pm. Name brand clothing including lots of dresses, household, sewing machine cabinet with lift. Witmer’s Quilt Shop fabric books, scrapbooking including rubber stamps, misc. Bareville Fire Hall 211 East Main St., Leola. NOTICE: Huge Yard Sale at Mook Fabrics, 247 W. Main Street, Leola, 3/31, 7am-4pm. Space available for you to set up your table. Call 717-5568546 to reserve your space. New Tupperware, baby items, boxed cards, new puzzles, fleece blankets, quilting fabric and much more.

• Full Time Long-Term Position experience in landscape related field preferred. • Seasonal Opportunities - Perfect for college student.


Competitive Wages & Benefits




Class 8 Parts, Inc., a heavy duty truck parts distributor, is looking for friendly, positive, reliable and dedicated people to join our growing company.

FULL-TIME Warehouse Associate

Qualified person must possess the following: Ability to multi-task, detail oriented, positive attitude, self motivated, basic computer skills, and the ability to provide excellent service to our customers. We are willing to train an enthusiastic individual. *Some heavy lifting is required* Benefits Include: Health Ins./Eye/Dental, Vacation, 401K Plan

E-mail resume to: OR Send resume to: Class 8 Parts, Inc. 220 Orlan Rd., New Holland, PA 17557 Attn: Tara Zimmerman

Experience is preferred, but not required. We will train the right people. If you are willing to work hard, exceed customer expectations and be rewarded for your efforts, Gus’s will be a great fit for you. Apply in person at the restaurant.


Applications are being accepted for

Full Time 1st Shift

MAINTENANCE MANAGER F&M Hat Company is looking for an experienced Maintenance Manager to join our production team. This position involves maintaining, repairing, and improving production equipment along with preventive maintenance. The ideal candidate should have mechanical and electrical experience with a willingness to work in a factory environment. Interested candidates should apply in person. 103 Walnut Street, Denver, PA 17517

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(See Below For Details) General Laborer Picker/Packers - PT/FT Shifts Available in Denver Area $10.50 Machine Operator Servers/Bussers/Host Days/Evenings/Weekends $10-$13


HR Assistant * AP/AR * Call Center

High Skilled Positions Available CNC Programmer/Operator Extrusion Operators Engineer * Maintenance Tech Safety Risk Manager

Ephrata & Lancaster Offices In-House Job Fairs All Week Long! 4/12-4/16 8:00am - 4:00pm

Please always feel free to stop by and apply or visit our website: for more openings.

Ephrata Office 717-336-5959

Lancaster Office 717-336-5959

Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, March 14, 2018 - 9B Read your ad the first week it appears! This publication will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion of any advertisement.

NOTICE: Spring Craft NOTICE: Easter Candy Show at Courtyard Cafe, Helicopter Drop. New Hol-­ Denver, March 16th, 9-8, 17th, 9-2. Easter, spring, land Church of the Naza-­ general home decor, or-­ rene, 428 Ranck Road, NOTICE: House/Garage ganic body butters, Avon New Holland, March 24. Sale, Friday, Saturday, 8amopens at 4p. Household items, tools, rep with cash and carry. Registration electronics, patio furniture. Come enjoy great food 10:30am, candy dropped 345 N. Ridge Road, Rein-­ and do some spring shop-­ at 11:15am. Ages birth holds. ping. through 6th grade. PreNOTICE: Huge Garage Sale, register at www.nhcnaz NOTICE: Tim Sheetz of Thursday, 12-5pm, Friday/ Saturday, 7am-12. Toys, Handi*Vangelism Ministries Free! will be preaching at Gospel baby clothing, blender, Tup-­ perware, Legos, kid’s coats, Bath & Body Works, misc. (See Craigslist) Route 322 to Clay School Road to Clear-­ view Gardens. (#3 Meadow Drive). Watch for signs.

of Grace Community Church, 45 N. Kinzer Road, Kinzers, 10am on Sunday, 3/18. All welcome, espe-­ cially those touched by dis-­ abilities. Fellowship meal following service. 484-459NOTICE: Multi-Family In-­3692. door Garage Sale, Thursday, March 15th, 1pm-? and Fri-­ day, March 16th, 6:30-? Children, adult clothes, toys, HH, home decor, white sew-­ ing machine with case and manual, bassinet, lots, lots more. Fundraiser of home-­ made candy to benefit a mother with cancer. 320 Hartings Park Road, Denver. (Schoeneck).


$18.50 - $22.00 Anchor Old Castle in Manheim, PA.

ID# 127211 or call 717-560-6730 ext. 43812


LPN, Household Team Leader

Full-Time (72 hours bi-weekly) or Part-Time (48 hours bi-weekly) 2:30 p.m.-11 p.m.

PT Medical Receptionist

with excellent customer service skills needed for front desk position in podiatry office. 2-3 days/week. NO weekends. Please fax resume to: 717-733-2212 or mail to: Lancaster County Podiatry Attn: Office Manager 804 Grandview Dr., Ephrata, PA 17522

Help Offered

HELP OFFERED: Hauling, anything and everything. 7 days a week. No job too small. Clean outs, appli-­ ances and handyman work. 717-696-7308. HELP OFFERED: Coil Spiral Binding Service by News-­ wanger Books. 13 Circle Drive, Akron, PA 17501 Call 717-859-8024 for avail-­ ability. Families, Organiza-­ tions, school teachers. Selfservice, machine rental, or we can do the job. HELP OFFERED: Tutor-Re-­ tired Teacher will tutor ele-­ mentary reading or math. Call 717-336-1632.


P/T Med Tech or LPN Nights.

P/T Direct Care Aide We will train.

Apply within or online.

2015 N. Reading Road, Denver, PA 17517 EOE WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital

Generous first day health, dental & vision insurance, paid time off, retirement and other great benefits.

Food Service Workers I have time to provide loving and compassionate care to our residents. - Megan, LPN

Apply online at 1001 E. Oregon Rd. • Lititz, PA 17543 (717) 581-3936 E.O.E. Visit us on Facebook!


WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital has several opportunities in food and nutrition services. WellSpan Health offers excellent benefits including retirement savings, medical insurance and paid time off. If you have experience in food service and you are passionate about providing quality customer service, apply online at: Category: WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital. EOE

FULL-TIME RV TECH Experience in RV Technician field is preferred, but will train the right candidate. PA Inspection License a plus. Skills desired: Carpentry, 12V and 110V electrical and appliance repair

PART-TIME CLEANING PERSON General cleaning of RV interiors, occasional carpet & upholstery cleaning. Detailing not included. Competitive wages/benefits.

We Are Looking for

Exp. Class A Drivers

F/T Experienced

Truck Technician

1st Shift (Mon.-Fri.) • SIGN ON BONUS We are looking for an experienced/qualified Truck Technician. The ideal candidate should have 3 years prior recent experience, 3 years clean driving record, CDL-A and PA inspection license (or able to acquire these certifications within one year). We offer competitive wages, full benefits package & uniforms with annual shoe allowance. Qualified candidates may inquire with Tim Fals at 717-733-6556 Or apply online at our website: Lester R. Summers, Inc. 40 Garden Spot Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 717-733-6556 E.O.E.

Who Value Safety and Are Looking for a Place to Call Home. Successful Candidates with 3 Years of Class A Exp. and Clean Driving Record Will Be Provided:  Hourly Pay With Overtime After 8 Hours  Full Benefit Package To Include: $500 Deductible Health Insurance, 401K With Company Match, Sign-on Bonus after 90 days  And Be Home Most Nights & Weekends

For more information and to apply, visit or call Steve at: (717) 733-6556

40 Garden Spot Rd., Ephrata, PA E.O.E.


For information on placing your help wanted ad on our Who’s Hiring page, call The Shopping News at 717-738-1151

Apply online at or send resume to



R&L Siding is a community leader in providing professional roofing and siding service. We operate our business with conservative values and strive to uphold high standards including integrity and dependability when serving our community. If you would appreciate serving with a company that shares these common values, we are now accepting applications for the following positions:

FULL TIME DRIVER/ROOFER Applicant must have a valid PA driver’s license and will be responsible for daily transportation of our crew to and from job sites as well as working with the crew to install roofing.

Apply at: R&L


3835 Yost Road, Gordonville, PA 17529 or call 717-354-0041

10B - Wednesday, March 14, 2018 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” HELP OFFERED: Experi-­ enced electrician and han-­ dyman services, licensed and insured. Free esti-­ mates. Call Jim, 717-5752147. HELP OFFERED: Exterior fix ups, windows, aluminum and ozek trims, 5K seamless spouting, shed and garage remodeling, siding, roofing and decks. Call Levi at 717201-4366. PAHIC# 132203.

HELP OFFERED: Experi-­ enced, insured, residential christian electrician with small business looking for additional work during slow season. Little jobs or rewire, new or old, panel upgrades or adding re-­ cessed lights or fan. Keith, 717-816-4582, GKM Electric. PA#008058

HELP OFFERED: Grade A Lawn Care. Taking on new HELP OFFERED: Carpentry residential/commercial cli-­ work, additions, remodel-­ ents. Affordable, depend-­ ing, Ephrata. Call John S. able lawn care and main-­ Weaver, 717-203-3042, tenance needs. We also 717-336-7497. build decks along with HELP OFFERED: Caregiv-­ other handyman tasks. ing, companion, transport See to doctor visit, groceries, daily hygiene, in-home or call 717-253-6553 for haircuts, nursing back-­more details. ground. 717-327-3994.

Advertise your unwanted items in The Shopping News! Call our office at 717-738-1151.

HELP OFFERED: Furniture and chair repair. Small wood projects. Call Rick at 717-406-6626.

HELP OFFERED: Cory’s Handyman Service is looking to fix those things around the house in need of repair, so you don’t have to. No job too small. So call, 717-7230277. Reasonable rates/in-­ sured. PA#103368.

Cleaning Services

HELP OFFERED: Need your business or home cleaned? Willing to clean evenings or Saturdays. Experience, re-­ sponsible and affordable. Call 610-763-1637. HELP OFFERED: Household and Business Cleaning Ser-­ vices. Available Monday-Fri-­ day. Please call, 717-2712051.

We offer competitive wages and benefits including med/dental/401K/profit sharing plan/paid vacation & holidays.

Home & Lawn Care

EOE and Drug Free Workplace

An Equal Opportunity Employer

Full Time • Overtime Available New shop. Health benefits. CDL not required.

Contact office for details: 717-354-5939 950 East Earl Rd., New Holland, PA 17557

Are you a qualified concrete finisher or wall setter and are looking for a great company to work for?

ask about our sign on bonus for a limited time!

concrete finisher or wall setter We offer competitive pay, holidays, vacation, health insurance and more! Apply in person or call

Steffy Concrete Inc.

(717) 336-8115 for more information.

HELP OFFERED: New con-­ crete walks, steps, patios, driveways. Insured, quality work, reasonable. Lloyd Zei-­ set, 717-330-2886. PA025124 HELP OFFERED: Expert home repairs, remodeling, alterations, improvements. 40 years experience. Call Rick, 717-733-8331.


Minimum 3 years CDL A driving experience, 3 year clean MVR. No accidents. Hourly pay based on experience - all on-duty hours paid - including detention time. Great opportunity for retired drivers, drivers with flexible schedules looking for more income and others.

Call 717-869-5734

WOODWORKING MACHINE OPERATORS • SHIPPING/PACKER CUSTOMER SERVICE PERSONNEL We are looking for quality-oriented persons who want to work for a company with a reputation for being a great place to work. We offer competitive pay and benefits. Keystone is a wholesale manufacturer of high-end, wood cabinet components; an Equal Opportunity Employer. You will appreciate coming to work in a safe, clean environment where employees are valued. Apply in person or contact us:


CALL (717) 299-6288

FAX (717) 299-9513 2225 Old Philadelphia Pike Lancaster, PA 17602


If you’re looking for a full-time position with varied duties,

this job is for you...

Do you have excellent customer service skills? Do you enjoy working in a team environment? Do you want to grow with a stable and community minded organization? We may have the opportunity that is right for you!

All motivated applicants must be able to lift 30 lbs. and stand/walk for an 8 hour shift.

• Salad Bar Attendant - Part-

• Produce Clerk - Part-time time, days & weekends • Deli Clerk - Evening and weekend, part-time, must be at • Dishwasher - Part-time, days, least 18 years old evenings & weekends • Hostess - Part-time, weekday • Short Order Cook - Part-time, and weekends, must be at least 18 days years old • Banquet Servers - Part-time • Meat Cutter Apprentice as needed, must be at least 18 Part-time, weekday and weekends, years old must be at least 18 years old • Floral Designer/Store • Cake Decorator - Full-time, Manager - Experienced, full-time includes every other Saturday 14 S. Tower Road, New Holland, PA 17557

HELP OFFERED: Lawns to mow. Ephrata/Akron area. Reasonable rates. Call 717859-3945.


for the career that is right for you?

Apply online at

HELP OFFERED: Joe’s Lawn Mowing Service. Trouble doing your yard work? No time, energy or don’t like yard work? Clean-ups, mulching, much more. 717-869-3237.

Growing Lancaster-Based Company is Hiring



HELP OFFERED: Patio, walkway, retaining wall in-­ stallation. Quality work, affordable prices. Insured. Call 717-333-4358. PA119200

HELP OFFERED: Custom Garden Tilling. Old/new, HELP OFFERED: Experi-­small/big. Reasonable rates enced Christian lady has a to get your garden going. Friday opening to clean your Jason, 717-629-3244. home. Honest, dependable. HELP OFFERED: Brian’s Call 717-859-2502. Lawn & Landscape. Weekly mowing, spring clean-up. Residential & commercial. 717-468-5086.

Sovereign is seeking 2nd shift part time positions for cleaning duties in Lancaster. General cleaning, trash and restrooms. Great attitude, professional and willing to work on time. 5pm-10pm and 6pm-11pm. Starting at 11.50 hours. Apply with Sovereign today.

• Roller Operator • Paving Laborers

1315 Sheephill Road East Earl, PA 717-355-9219

HELP OFFERED: A-Clean Hometown Services. Your full service cleaning com-­ pany. Homes and offices. Move-ins, move-outs. Regular service or emer-­ gency cleanings. Call 717336-4854.

Facility Associates Opening

Lyons & Hohl Paving is seeking:

If you are an ambitious, hardworking individual looking for a great place to work, apply in person from 8am-4pm at

HELP OFFERED: In home day care has immediate openings available, extended AM hours. 717-471-5755.

HELP OFFERED: Experi-­HELP OFFERED: Licensed enced Christian LPN will Day Care Openings in New stay with your loved one on Holland area. An age, nutri-­ weekends. Phone 717-205- tious meals and snacks in-­ 5609. cluded. Call Cindy at 717466-0468 for more informa-­ HELP OFFERED: Income tion. tax preparation, over 20 years experience, personal and business income taxes done, will pick-up and de-­ liver free. Also, do book-­ keeping and payroll and Quickbooks. Reasonable HELP OFFERED: Weekly, or monthly prices. Call Russ, 717-336- bi-weekly housecleaning. Please call 6052. for a free estimate. 30 plus years experience. Candy, HELP OFFERED: Deb’s Dog 717-701-6832. Grooming, worked for Dean and Lisa Martin at kennel HELP OFFERED: Cleaning 16 years. For appointment homes, apartments. Low call, 717-917-1851. rates, references, honest, re-­ liable. Weekly, bi-weekly, monthly. Call Tammy, 717271-1220, 717-733-5124.

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This Front Office Customer Service position includes assisting customers on the phone and in person. The job encompasses aspects of ad placement, printing orders, assisting with rental property management and many additional duties. The position requires a person who is not only accurate, organized and self-motivated, but can multi-task as well. Familiarity and proficiency with Microsoft Office programs is imperative. This position is 40 hours per week (day shift) and every third Saturday morning. Benefits include health insurance, 401k and paid vacation. If you’re outgoing, personable and would enjoy the challenge of having various job duties, please send your resume, including salary requirements to:


SHOPPING NEWS of Lancaster County

Hocking Printing Co., Inc. 615 E. Main St., P.O. Box 456 Ephrata, PA 17522 or email

Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, March 14, 2018 - 11B HELP OFFERED: Trim or re-­ move overgrown hedges and shrubs. Chip brush piles. Free estimates. 717336-5240. HELP OFFERED: Lawn mowing, edging, mulching, trim shrubs, spring cleanup. Beat the spring rush and schedule today! Call Scott at Exterior Appearances. 717-738-8086.

HELP WANTED: Looking for experienced EIFS/Stucco Installers. Offering com-­ petitive wages & benefits package. Must have valid drivers license. Business lo-­ cated in Denver. If inter-­ ested, please call, 717-6298494.

HELP WANTED: Class A CDL truck driver wanted for a small business offering a great opportunity for long HELP OFFERED: Exterior term, full time employment and Interior Home Im-­for a driver with dump trail-­ provements, windows, sid-­ er experience. Benefits in-­ ing, roof repairs, decks. cluded. Contact Ray Martin Concrete pads/walks. Re-­ at 877-263-4129 for more moval of debris. Competi-­ information. tive prices. Call Jim, 717305-0385. HELP WANTED: Drivers. Im-­ mediate openings! Northeast .50cpm all miles. Shorthaul .60cpm all miles. Guaranteed home every weekend. 1yr Class-A. Call 888-532-2904. HELP WANTED: Drivers, Class-A CDL: Increased pay HELP WANTED: Affordable & new trucks. Dedicated Paving & Excavating is look-­ routes. No CDL? No problem. ing for office staff, PT or FT, Call Swift today. 855-292- proficient in Quickbooks, payroll certified, experience 2945. with MS office.Construction HELP WANTED: Modular experience is a plus but not Home Erectors needs qual-­ necessary. Applications are online, ified employees with a valid available drivers license, willing to or travel, preferred shingle in-­ call 717-627-0364. stallers, exterior siding in-­ stallers and willing to do all HELP WANTED: Now hiring facets of setting modular part-time housekeeping. Ap-­ housing. Please call, 717- ply at Red Roof Inn, compet-­ itive wages. We will train. 733-0506 for details. Weekends a must. Call 717HELP WANTED: Ephrata 336-4649. 2017 N. Reading Land Care Services, Inc. is Road, Denver. seeking experienced land-­ scapers. Valid PA driver’s li-­ HELP WANTED: Someone to cense required. Competi-­ clean apartment twice a tive wage commensurate week, Talmage/Leola area. with experience. Contact Driver also for local grocery pick-up. 717-587Bill at 717-733-4731 or store 0770. 717-824-2156.

HELP WANTED: Looking for 2 part-time sandwich art-­ ists to work in a fun, fast paced friendly work envi-­ ronment. Responsibilities include food prep, grill, reg-­ ister and clean-up. Week-­ ends a must. Please email HELP WANTED: Wollman Home Improvement needs help to build decks & porch-­ es, good pay, experience pre-­ ferred, but not required. 717808-5548. HELP WANTED: Growing lawn care and landscape business looking to hire. Wage based on experience. Call 717-587-8542 or email hoffertpropertymaintenan

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HELP WANTED: PT Ad-­ ministrative Assistant, Ephrata. Social media, event prep, hospitality and light housekeeping. Contact Kristen: 717-2014893.

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WANTED: RC cars, any con-­ dition. 717-431-0626.

FOR RENT: 2 Rehoboth Beach houses, walk to beach/boardwalk, sleeps 8, no pets, no smoking. $1,135-$1,475 per week. 717-629-6556.

WANTED: Classic cars, muscle cars, sports cars, antique cars, Low mileage Ser-­ trucks, etc. Jeff Gast 717575-4561.

WANTED: Paying cash for old shaving razors, antiques, WANTED: Vinyl records & typewriters, cameras, lan-­ terns, old audio equipment, musical instruments: Pay-­ old kitchen & household. ing cash. Top dollar paid Jeremy in Akron, 717-201for your vinyl records- all 8501.

styles and genres, 33s, 45s & 78s. Guitars, amps, To Buy clarinets, trumpets, any-­ thing music! We love it all. WANTED: Costume jewelry, WANTED: $50-$500 paid for Call or stop by today, Li-­ vintage Christmas decora-­ For Rent junk autos. Free removal. titz Music Company, 47 S. tions, doll clothes, clothing Call anytime, licensed, in-­ sured, bonded. All paper-­ Broad Street in Lititz. 717- button collections, post-­ other small antiques. FOR RENT: 3-bay garage work taken care of legally. 627-4929. www.lititz cards, Stella 717-875-7884. with potential office, storage, 717-989-6980. 1/2BA, for small business. WANTED: Paying cash for junk cars/trucks, $100 and up for most vehicles. Fast service, free towing. Call Kevin at Gring’s Towing 484-955-8889.

WANTED: Need cash? I will buy your car or truck. Cash. Brooks Motor Company, 3242 Oregon Pike (Rt. 272) Leola, PA, 717-656-4038.

WANTED: $100-$2,000 paid for unwanted and junk vehi-­ cles. Local, insured and bonded dealer. Free removal. Call anytime, 717-350-1208.

Main Street, Reinholds. $700/mo. 717-203-6350. FOR RENT: Rooms in Den-­ ver, close to Turnpike. 484269-0441.


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FOR RENT: Twin Pine Storage Units, 24hr. ac-­ cess, $20.00 per month and up. 717-733-6549. Or FOR RENT: Reamstown, stop in at 1932 W. Main, 2BR, 2nd floor, includes stove, fridge, trash, offEphrata. M-Th, 9am-5pm, street parking, mowing and F 9am-3:30pm, Sat., 10am- plowing, $650/month. No smoking/no pets. Credit 12pm. and criminal check. 717314-7262.

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West Earl Lions Celebrate “Community Honors Night”


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call 717-587-2202. EVERY THURSDAY – East Cocalico Church of the Brethren, 4 Bunker Hill Road, Reamstown, Ladies’ Bible Study, from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. For more info., call 717-336-7616. EVERY THURSDAY – LAPSIT and Toddler program at 10:30 a.m. A program with stories, music fingerplays and crafts for ages 2 to 3. At the Adamstown Area Library, 3000 North Reading Road, Adamstown. EVERY THURSDAY – Al-Anon Family Group, 12 Step Program of Recovery, Ephrata Community Hospital, 169 Martin Avenue, Ephrata, use main entrance, 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. EVERY THURSDAY – Al-Anon Family Group, 12 Step Program of Recovery, St. James Catholic Church, 505 Woodcrest Avenue, Lititz, 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. SECOND THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH (OCTOBER THRU MAY) - St. Paul’s U.C.C., 133 Church Street, Bowmansville, will hold Messy Church, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. For children 5 to 10 years old. For more info., call Rev. Dr. Robert B. Peiffer at 717-925-6520 or SECOND THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH - 1st U.M.C. of Ephrata - Senior Moments - 11:30 a.m. There is a small cost for a meal and entertainment. All seniors welcome. For more info., call Carol at 717-738-2465. SECOND THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH Young Homeschoolers Book Bingo will be held at the Ephrata Public Library at 1:00 p.m. Bring a gently used children’s book for a prize. Space is limited. Sign up at younghomeschoolers@ SECOND AND FOURTH THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH - A M.O.M. Group will be held at Ephrata Church of the Nazarene from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Childcare will be provided for school aged children. There is a cost. FIRST AND THIRD

The West Earl Lions celebrated their 2nd Annual “Community Honors Night” on Thursday, February 15. The Club’s goal is to honor non-Lions who serve their community. The first to be honored was Mr. David Burkholder, owner of Achenbach’s Bakery of Leola. Lion Jeff Zimmerman, who chairs the annual West Earl Lions Halloween Parade, presented Mr. Burkholder with a Certificate of Appreciation for his donation of Long Johns for the event, something that he has been doing since 2003. Lion Secretary Pete Hartmann, Food Drive Chairman, presented a certificate to Ms. Tina Edgell who volunteers her time at the Harvest of Hope Community Food Bank. The food bank fills a need and they appreciate the service that Ms. Edgell provides. PDG Abe Shrom presented honors to Mr. David DeChristopher, Assistant Cub Pack Master of Pack #82 of Brownstown, and his wife, Diane, an active volunteer in the Pack. Mr. DeChristopher served as


EVERY MONTH - West Earl Lions Club (Brownstown) will hold a meeting at West Earl Fire Hall at 6:30 p.m. For more info. or to get involved with the Lions Club, contact Abe Shrom at 717-5882214. THIRD THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH - The Woman’s Club of Ephrata will hold their meeting at the Eicher Arts Center, 409 Cocalico Street, Ephrata, at 1:00 p.m. For more info., call Deb at 717-738-1632. THIRD THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH – MOMS Club of Ephrata Monthly Business Meeting and Social, 10:00 a.m. at the Ephrata Public Library in the Multi-Purpose Room. For more info., email ephratamomsclub@yahoo. com. EVERY FRIDAY - Live Country Music at the Denver Fire Hall, from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. For more info., call 717-738-3323. FIRST AND THIRD FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH - St. James Catholic Church, 505 Woodcrest Avenue, Lititz, will hold Memory Café (a memory support group), at 6:00 p.m. Light refreshments will be

Assistant Cub Master and served as a Weblos leader. Both of their sons are Cubs, with their eldest son bridging over to Boy Scouts. The West Earl Lions are proud supporters of Cub Pack #82. Mrs. Linda Nauman, a Brownstown resident, was presented a certificate by PDG Kathy Ridder. Linda has been a volunteer at the Brownstown Elementary School for five years and is very active in the United Methodist Church in Brownstown. She serves in

many ways that go unnoticed; she sees a need and serves. The Lions has a saying in the Lions Organization: “Where there’s a need, there is a Lion.” All the honorees see the need and rise to the occasion. They are all Lions; they just don’t know it! They ROAR and the West Earl Lions appreciate their efforts. There are two other honorees who could not attend: Mr. Bob Brandt of Benchmark Construction and Mr. Brian Gilpin of

Mary Read at 717-333-0689 or email lcaPeru717@aol. com. SECOND FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH – Lovin’ Lititz Every 2nd in downtown Lititz on Main and Broad Streets, from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Sponsored by Downtown Lititz Merchants. For more info., call 717-626-6332. FIRST SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH - Faith United Evangelical Lutheran Church, 357 Walnut Street, Denver, will distribute food to families in need, from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. For more info., call 717-3362141.

OF EVERY MONTH Free Clothing Giveaway at Bible Fellowship Church of Ephrata, 491 Peach Road,

9 served. For more info., call

Illusion Sound and Lighting. They will be honored in the very near future. Shown in the photo, from left to right, are Linda Nauman, Diane and David DeChristopher with their son, Jason, Tina Edgell and David Burkholder.


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on 897, L/Lauschtown Rd,R/Horning,L/ Fairway, property on the L SH1000185084

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Dir: 222N to 724W to Sinking Springs to 422W at Penn Ave, L at 419, R/W High St (becomes William Penn Blvd), development on R.

Lititz - WARWICK Schls 3 BR, 1 Bath. New Holland - EASTERN LANCASTER Lititz - WARWICK Schls 3 BR, New Holland - EASTERN LANCASTER Ephrata - EPHRATA AREA Schls

Call Burnell Zeiset, SH1000792909 COUNTY Schls 2 BR, 1 Bath. Call 1 Bath. Call Dawn Fox, SH1000095068 COUNTY Schls 3 BR, 2.5 Baths. Call Jo 3 BR, 1 Bath. Call Amanda Sweigert, Timothy Shreiner, SH1001661635 $165,000. Bender, SH1000218628 $189,900. SH1000210196 $219,500. $139,900. $162,000.





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Ephrata, 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. For more info., call the church at 717-733-2526. SECOND SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH – Widow 2 Widow in Room #132 at Worship Center, 2384 New Holland Pike, Lancaster, 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. A ministry to bring comfort, support, encouragement and guidance to women who have lost their husbands through death. For more info., contact Elaine Severein at 717-397-1272. SECOND, THIRD AND FOURTH SATURDAY EVERY MONTH – East Cocalico Church of the Brethren Men’s Bible Study meets 7:00 a.m. at the church at Bunker Hill Road, Reamstown. Call 717-336-7616 for details. SECOND AND FOURTH SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH – Paws to Read, holds three sessions at 10:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m., and 11:00

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Contact Kelley Clark or Naomi Weaver (717) 738-4663



Denver - COCALICO Schls 2 BR, 1 Bath. Adamstown - COCALICO Schls Reinholds -

COCALICO Schls Reinholds - COCALICO Schls Ephrata - EPHRATA AREA Schls 5 BR, Denver - E Lancaster County Schls Lititz - WARWICK Schls 4 BR, Lititz - WARWICK Schls 4 BR, 3.5 Baths. Call Cory Showalter, SH1001663289 3 BR, 2.5 Baths. Call Dave Dilworth, 3 BR, 3.5 Baths. Call Sherri Sweigert, 4 BR, 2.5 Baths. Call Mike Gordon Jr., 2 Baths. Call Erin Perigo, SH1000786671 4 BR, 2.5 Baths. Call Merlin Weaver, 2 Baths. Call Kelley Clark, SH1000092332 Call Brad Zimmerman, SH1000106084 SH1000218236 $275,000. SH1000218390 $275,000. SH1000208362 $289,900. SH7114046 $315,000. $305,000. $323,500. $325,000.




Lititz - WARWICK Schls 4 BR, Denver - COCALICO Schls 4 BR, Denver - EASTERN LANCASTER Adamstown - COCALICO Schls Lititz - WARWICK Schls 4 BR, Denver - Cocalico Schls 3 BR, Reinholds -

COCALICO Schls Lititz - WARWICK Schls 4 BR, 4.5 Baths. 2.5 Baths. Call Mark Will, SH1001663551 2.5 Baths. Call Kelley Clark, COUNTY Schls 4 BR, 2.5 Baths. Call 5 BR, 5.5 Baths. Call Lisa Naples, 2.5 Baths. Call Mark Will, SH1000099914 2.5 Baths. Call Nelson Oswald, 5 BR, 3.5 Baths. Call Wendell Huyard, Call Timothy Shreiner, SH1000143914 Brad Wolf, SH1000097910 $365,000. SH1000785235 $425,000. SH7126821 $475,000. SH1000169156 $500,000. $429,900. $639,900. SH1000100076 $349,900.


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a.m. at the Lititz Public Library, 651 Kissel Hill Road, Lititz. EVERY SUNDAY Divorce Care will be held at Petra Church, 565 Airport Road, New Holland, from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Join at any time. For more info. or to register, call Pastor Titus Kauffman at 717-3545394.


EVERY SUNDAY – Cele­ brate Recovery, a Christian 12-step recovery program, meets at 409 N. State Street, Ephrata, 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Call 717-733-2000. EVERY SUNDAY – AlAnon Family Group, 12th Step Program of Recovery, Zion Lutheran Church, 18 Quarry Road, Leola, 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. FIRST SUNDAY OF EVERY MONTH - A Free Jam Session of Blue Grass, Gospel and Country Music at the Denver Fire Hall, 425 Locust Street, Denver, from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Open stage. (First Sunday of each month except July, August and September). Donations appreciated. FIRST & THIRD SUN­

DAY OF EVERY MONTH - The Norlanco Parent and Family Support group meets from 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Ephrata Hospital Cedar Conference Room, 169 Martin Ave., Ephrata. Peer support for families facing their loved one’s addiction. For more info., email norlanco2@gmail. com. THIRD SUNDAY OF EVERY MONTH - Motor­ cycle Show and Breakfast Ride to Amvets Post 136, 614 South State Street, Ephrata. Best in show gets a free breakfast! For more info., call 717-738-1367.

Lititz Public Library Programs

The following programs are happening at the Lititz Public Library, 651 Kissel Hill Road, Lititz, in April. Please call the library at 717626-2255 for more infor­ mation on these programs. • Friends of the Lititz Public Library Vintage and Costume Jewelry Sale: Saturday, April 28, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.; and Monday, April 30, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. • Introduction to Photo­ graphy - Tuesday, April 3, 7:00 p.m. Photographer Mike Shull will give an introduction to Photography. Registration is required and

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Jane Austen aficionados are invited to share a cup of tea and discuss all things Austen with the Jane Austen Society of Lancaster County. • Genealogy Club Wednesday, April 18, 6:30 p.m. Come and learn how to research your genealogy. • The Lost Art of Letter Writing Club - Wednesday, April 18, 6:00 p.m. Join the library to participate in the Lost Art of Letter Writing. Tired of tweets, Facebook messaging and texting? Write an actual letter to a family member or friend on beautiful stationary and mail it. Registration required and limited to ten people. • College Financial Aid Information Session Thursday, April 19, 6:30 p.m. This session will be presented by Dan Cien­ iewicz. This program will help parents and students understand how to navigate the complex world of college financial aid. • Lititz Art Association: Natural Scapes - Tuesday, April 24, 7:00 p.m. Steve Fletcher presents: Natural Scapes. • Concert: Temple Avenue - Thursday, April 26, 7:00 p.m. Please join the library for an enjoyable evening featuring the young and energetic jazz band, Temple Avenue. Children/Families Please register for these programs, no more than two weeks in advance, by calling 717-626-2255. • Paws to Saturday, April 14 and Saturday, April 28, 10:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. The Reading Education Assistance Dogs (READ) love to have kids read to them and be petted! Bring a favorite story or pick a book to read to them. Sign up for a half-hour slot. It’s a great way to encourage early

Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, March 14, 2018 - 15B

Troop 48 Celebrates 100th Anniversary

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service to Scouting and course, known as Wood was requested by the the community. Ulrich Badge. Pennsylvania Dutch also received the Daniel Council, to provide an Honor Troop 48’s Chartered Carter Beard Award, an Partner, The New Holland Guard for the American honor given by the Masonic Group of Citizens, was flag, for the Distinguished fraternity to a brother who selected as the Chartered Citizen Dinner. The 2017 renders outstanding service partner of the Year for recipient was Lancaster to Scouting. actively sponsoring the Mayor Rick Gray. The guest Audra Newhart, Troop 48 Troop for 100 years. This speaker was actor, author, Committee Chairperson, award was presented by the director and producer Henry Winkler, also known as was honored with the Conestoga River District. Arthur Fonzarelli on the TV District Award of Merit The Troop celebrated its show “Happy Days.” Henry for 2017. This is a Council award and is the highest 100th year of serving youth was very gracious and talked honor a Scouter may receive with an Eagle Scout Court with the Scouts, as well as from the District. It is of Honor. Four Scouts posed for pictures with the also given for exceptional were awarded Scouting’s Troop. service to Scouting and highest rank. The Scouts Interested in what Scouting the community. Newhart were Joseph Valent, Ryan has to offer? Contact has also been selected to Rathman, Charles Ulrich V Charles Ulrich at 717-371readers. serve as a staff member for and Dawson Zalegowski. 5284 or email at ulrichc@ Finally, the Troop • 3 Week Parachute Play – Scouting’s premiere training for children ages three to five - Tuesdays – April 17, 24 and May 1 at 10:00 a.m. or Wednesdays - April 18, 25 and May 2 at 10:00 a.m. or 6:30 p.m. Parachute games encourage cooperative play, following directions and motor skills coordination. Come to this three-week ^ class to join in the fun! Each class is limited to 12 children ON A ages three to five. FIRESTONE Registration will begin VISA® Tuesday, April 3. Please call the library at 717-626-2255. PREPAID • Cruise into Kindergarten CARD6 - Monday, April 30, 6:30 p.m. This Pennsylvania early literacy program is based on WHEN YOU BUY FOUR ELIGIBLE TIRES the national “Every Child OFFER VALID MARCH 15 – APRIL 2, 2018 Ready to Read” program. After hearing a story, the child and caregiver will visit different stations that will help with skills needed to start school. They will make learning fun! Program will be held monthly. Geared for ages three to six.


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While local Boy Scout Troop 48 celebrated their 100th Year Anniversary, many accomplishments were also celebrated for their members. Robert Chaballa, Eagle Scout and Assistant Scoutmaster of the Troop, was recently selected as the Northeast Region Chair for the Order of the Arrow. Appointed by the chairman of the national Order of the Arrow committee in coordination with the region director, Bob is responsible for administering and managing the program regionally, with a special emphasis placed on the role of adviser to the Region Chief. He is also responsible for the Region programs: National Leadership Seminar, Developing Youth Leader Conference, and Section Officer Seminar and to fully support all National OA programs. The Northeast Region is one of four regions in the United States. Bob also serves on the National Order of the Arrow Committee. Charles Ulrich, Troop 48 Scoutmaster and Eagle Scout of the Troop, was awarded the Silver Beaver in 2017. This is a national award and is the highest honor that a volunteer can receive in the council for

A number of students at Lititz Area Mennonite School, 1050 East Newport Road, Lititz, achieved honor roll status for the second marking period of this school year. Congratulations to these sixth, seventh and eighth grade students for being on the Honor Roll. Sixth Grade Distinguished Honor Roll: Suzanna Levengood, Elvin Martin, Haven Sauers, Madison Weaver, Caleb Zimmerman. Honor Roll: Bryant Auker, Molly Fisher, Kara Hoover, Mya Kreider,

Daniel Redcay, Kayla Risser, Ethan Sommers, Braden Zimmerman, Joshua Zimmerman, Patrick Zook. Seventh Grade Distinguished Honor Roll: Annika Bollinger, Elsie Martin, Arianna Stauffer. Honor Roll: Micah Allen, Brooke Auker, Grant Burk­ holder, James Esbenshade, Marissa Harrington, Bren­ nan Hurst, Davin Miller, Charlotte Nightingale, Darin Patches, Carter Sauder, Jenna Zeiset. Eighth Grade Distinguished Honor Roll: Lydia Eckman, Andrea Kline, Colleen Miller, Jenna Miller, Jasmine Runkle, Madison Saylor, Tyler Sommers. Honor Roll: Tea Campbell, Grace Hooper, Alexis Weitzel.

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THURS., MARCH 22 at 4:30 PM

LOCATED AT: 74 E. Farmersville Rd. Ephrata, PA 17522 DIRECTIONS: From Ephrata, take Rt. 322 East approx. 2 miles. Turn right on East Farmersville Road (Martin’s Bike Shop). Stay on East Farmersville Road approx. 2.5 miles to sale on right. Watch for signs.

8’ x 10’ A-Frame Storage Shed QUILTS & WALLHANGINGS: Log Cabin Dahlia; Boston Common; Double Saw Tooth; Eureka; Bargello Wave; Broken Star; Fractured Rhapsody; Mariners Compass; Cross Stitch Roses; plus more quilts and wall hangings. GENERAL MERCHANDISE: New Deep V Breast Strap Bio Plastic Driving Harness; C-more Quick Hitch Bench Seat Cart with Lights and New Quick Hitch Harness; New Queen Pillow Top Mattress, New Oak Table & Chair Set which includes 1- 42”x 48” Oval Farmers Table w/ (11) 12” leaves, 6 Oak Wheatland Chairs w/ Wheat carving; New Mountain Bike from Martin’s Bike Shop; Massey pedal tractor by MM Weavers; Truckload Nursery and Shrubbery stock & Lots of Beautiful Flowers; Truckload of Mulch from Groff Run Mulch; Load of split Firewood; 100 bales of Wood Shavings; Chainsaw Carved Bear by Firefighter David Shirk; Apples from Fairmount Orchards; New 20” x 60” Folding Steel & Aluminum Cargo Rack Carrier; 4 New Truck Tool Boxes (side mount & cross boxes); Ertl Farm toys & Winross trucks. New Tools: Milwaukee & Makita Bit sets; Torch Set; Tape measures; Hitch pins; Bottle jack; Blue tarps; 5 Hp. Honda Engine; Air Framing Nailer; Aluminum folding platform; Sturdy Built gate latches; Forrest Hill shovels & scrapers; New Router Table; 2-20lb. Propane Grill cylinders & 30lb. Propane cylinder (filled). Used Tools: Coleman Powermate 2500 psi pressure washer w/ 5.5 hp Honda Engine; Dewalt Power Tools & batteries; flood lights; toolboxes with tools; Antique Vise; Trailer tie downs; Antique Fire Extinguishers; Blue Quart Jars some w/ Zinc lids; Leaf shredder & Sewer Snake with motor; New 6’ Superior Hot Bed; 6’ Picnic Table; New Corn Hole Games, 1 set w/ Philadelphia Eagles Logo; Garden Seeder; New Tupperware; Pine Boards; Live Edge Slabs for building tables & benches; New Lapps Plastic Dumper Wagon Model 2600 R; Decorative Wooden Crafts; New set Poly Porch Rockers w/black frame; Small wooden wishing well. MEAL CERTIFICATES from local families, plus other GIFT CERTIFICATES. Donated items appreciated. No food sold on commission. If you have items for the auction call 717-354-5094 or 717-354-8122. Cash or good PA check. Not responsible for accidents. Food served by the Farmersville Ladies Auxiliary. To see pictures of quilts & details go to:, or Facebook. ORDER OF SALE: Inside at 4:30, Outside at 5:00, Shrubbery at approx. 5:30, Quilts at approx. 7:00. John J. Rutt II Ephrata, PA 717-587-8906 Michael J. Martin New Holland, PA 717-371-3333 & Others


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SALES REGISTER WED., MAR. 14 - 2:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collect­ ibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers. THURS., MAR. 15 - 9:00 a.m. & FRI., MAR. 16 8:00 a.m. - Grace E. Seifrit Estate, 1133 Dry Tavern Road, Denver. 64 acre steer/ produce/tobacco farm with stream, 2-1/2 story sandstone dwelling, bank barn, garage/ shop. Real estate at 2:00 p.m. on Friday. Thursday: Farm equipment, tractors. Friday: Primitives, collect­ ibles, antiques, approx. 375 peanut butter glasses. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers.

THURS., MAR. 15 - 5:00 p.m. - Noah M. Oberholtzer Estate, 75 Weidmansville Road, Ephrata. Country 1-1/2 story 3 bedroom dwell­ ing, 2 car garage 22x24, utility/shop building 16x24, 1/2 acre level lot, Zoned NC. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., MAR. 17 - 8:00 a.m. - West Earl Fire Com­ pany 30th Annual Auction, 14 School Lane Ave., Brownstown. Quilts, baked goods, plants, lawn and garden equipment, sheds, tools, furniture and more. Quilts at 11:00 a.m. Curvin Horning, Auctioneer.

Inventory Reduction Plus Consignments Wednesday, March 28 - 4:00 P.M. Coins to be sold at 6:00 P.M.

Auction Location: Sensenig Hardware, LLC, 1020 Sensenig Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 110+ Lots Coins (Large Cents, Flying Eagle Cents, Silver Nickels, Dimes, Quarters, Halves, Dollars, Foreign Coins, Proof Sets). New Tools, Electrical, Lawn/Garden Items, etc. Hundreds of Used Tools (Sockets, Ratchets, Wrenches, Pliers, Snips, Hammers, Hatchets, Screwdrivers, Yankee Drills, Hand Drills) Closeout Paints/Stains (Old Masters, Zar, Minwax, Martin-Senour). Plus much more! Consignments still coming in. Food Stand. Call 717-445-5383 to consign.

SAT., MAR. 17 - 9:30 a.m. - 1 Owner Coin Collection, 1087 Dry Tavern Road, Denver. Rare coins, silver and gold. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. MON., MAR. 19 - 8:00 a.m. - M.M. Weaver Con­ signment Auction, 169 North Groffdale Road, Leola. Approx. 2,000 items to be sold including 100+ tractors. Aaron E. Martin Auctioneers. TUES., MAR. 20 - 9:00 a.m. - Hometowne Auction, LLC, Garden Spot Fire Rescue, 339 East Main Street, New Holland. Quilts and quilt-related items. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. TUES., MAR. 20 - 6:00 p.m. - Robert L. Leister Estate, 410 South Cedar Street, Lititz. Lititz 3 bed­ room semi-detached home on 0.07 acres. Hess Auction Group. WED., MAR. 21 - 2:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collect­ ibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers. THURS., MAR. 22 - 4:30 p.m. - Farmersville Fire Company 43rd Annual Community Sale, 74 East Farmersville Road, Ephrata. Quilts, wallhangings, gen­ eral merchandise, tools and more. Martin and Rutt

Auctioneers. THURS., MAR. 22 - 5:30 p.m. - Earl Leed Jr. and Donna Meckley, 29 N. 3rd St., Denver. 2-1/2 story brick row home on a 0.08 acre lot with a detached 2 car garage. Art Pannebecker and Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc. SAT., MAR. 24 - 9:00 a.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collect­ ibles, toys, model trains, dolls, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers. SAT., MAR. 24 - 9:00 a.m. - Leon H. Kramer Estate, 484 E. Rehrersburg Road, Bethel. Personal property, farm equipment, JD H, trucks, forklift, shop tools, primitives, collect­ ibles, furniture, appliances, coins. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., MAR. 24 - 2:00 p.m. - Gary and Joan Reddig, 945 Hopeland Road, Lititz. Vinyl sided 1-1/2 story dwelling on 4.55 acres with a 20’x22’ frame 2 car garage and a 11’x20’ frame shed/workshop. Horst Auctioneers. MON., MAR. 26 - 6:00 p.m. - Robert R. Roche, 193 Pennypacker Road, Mohn­ ton. Bi-level home with built-in garage on a 1 +/acre wooded lot. Barr Davis Auctioneers, LLC.


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Deere Skidloader & Attachments Trailers - Construction Tools Carriage - Lawn Mower - Shed Gun - 3 Pt. Plow - NH Elevator Stihl Mist Blower - Household Items

Saturday, March 31, 2018 at 9:00 AM Location: 1087 Dry Tavern Road, Denver, PA 17517 (Lanc. Co.) (In the village of Fivepointville, along Rt. 897.)

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Auction for: Martin Pole Barns David A. Martin (610) 777-2613

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THURS., APRIL 19, 2018 SALE AT 6:00 P.M.

Located at 91 Spruce St., Ephrata (Ephrata Boro., Lanc. Co.) From Rt. 322 (Main St.) in Ephrata, take State St. north. Turn right on Spruce St. to home on right (on the corner of Spruce and Washington). Real estate consists of a brick & aluminum sided ranch-style dwelling, built in 1954, containing a large, open, kitchen and dining room combination; a living room; three bedrooms; and a full bath all on the main level, with hardwood floors and ample closets throughout. There is approx. 1,144 sq. ft. of finished one floor living space. Attic storage above. The full basement contains the laundry with commode; plenty of storage/workshop space; and an integrated one car garage. Oil forced air heat. Central air. Public water and sewer. All this is situated on a 0.28 (+/-) acre corner lot along with off-street parking, a brick patio, and a nice side yard. This is a solid home, with replacement windows and maintenance-free exterior, conveniently located in Ephrata Boro. A little cosmetic updating would go a long way!! The seller is downsizing to a retirement community and intends to sell. You will not want to miss this excellent opportunity! Open Houses to be held Sun., Apr. 8 and Sat., Apr. 14 from 1-3pm, or by appointment, contact Auctioneer at (717) 371-9603. 10% down day of sale, balance due at settlement. Gardner & Stevens, Att’ys

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MON., MAR. 19, 2018 SALE AT 10:00 A.M. FURNITURE AT 12:00 NOON

To be held at Renningers Antique Market, 2500 N. Reading Rd., Denver (Rt. 272, near Adamstown) Peanut Butter Glasses; New Holland Milk Bottles; Kerosene Lamps; Cookie Jars, Including Watt; Ranger Joe Mug; Lots Of Corelle; Griswold, Wagner, & Erie Frying Pans; Prizerware; C.I. Bootjack; Copper Bottom Cookware; Aluminum Xmas Tree & Color Wheel; Keepsake Ornaments; Jim Shore & Willow Tree Figures; Longaberger Baskets; Disney Invicta Watches; Jewelry; Marbles; Lego Sets; Johnny Lightning Cars; Brother XL5340 Sewing Machine; Instruments; Lots Of DVDs & CDs; Spotting Scope; Binoculars; Barrel Furniture Set; Troy Horse 8HP Rototiller; Acytelene Tanks; Ext. Ladder; Wheelbarrow; Grain Shovel; Picnic Table; And Many Other Items Too Numerous To Mention! We Will Be Full Inside And Outside! For pictures, visit (Auctioneer ID#1536) weekend prior to auction date. 10% buyer’s premium. Cash, credit card or good PA check accepted as payment. No out of state checks without bank letter or prior approval. All items sold as-is, where-is. Food & restrooms available. All announcements made day of sale take precedence over prior advertisement.

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Preview Times - Tuesday, March 20 from 2:00 P.M. thru 5:00 P.M. and Wednesday, March 21 from 8:00 A.M. *The following is just a very general list of items to be sold. Photos representing the entire auction will be posted on our website on Tuesday, March 20. Sale to be held at the Horst Auction Center, 50 Durlach Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 FURNITURE - Antique, Vintage, Reproduction & Modern Incl. Bedroom, Dining Room, Living Room, Family Room, Kitchen, Office & Patio (Sets & Individual Pcs.); APPLIANCES; KITCHENWARE; LAMPS & CLOCKS; SILVER; COPPER & BRASS; CAST IRON; AGATE; TINWARE; WOODENWARE; CHINA & GLASSWARE; POTTERY; LINENS & TEXTILES; BOOKS & PAPER; ESTATE & COSTUME JEWELRY; ARTWORK; CHRISTMAS & SEASONAL DECORATIONS; TOYS; TOOLS; LAWN & GARDEN EQUIPMENT; 17’ SEARS ALUMINUM CANOE; BOX LOTS & MANY OTHER ITEMS TO BE SOLD! * Accepted Payments: Cash or PA Check. Visa, MasterCard & Debit Card with 3% fee. No out of state checks without prior approval.

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WED., MAR. 28 - 2:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collect­ ibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers. WED., MAR. 28 - 4:00 p.m. - Sensenig Hardware, LLC, 1020 Sensenig Road, Ephrata. Inventory reduction plus consignment auction. Sensenig Auctioneers. SAT., MAR. 31 - 9:00 a.m. - Spring Tool Sale, Horst Auction Center, Eph­ rata. Hit and miss engine, edge tools, metal planes, measuring devices, black­ smithing tools, primitives and more. Horst Auctioneers. SAT., MAR. 31 - 9:00 a.m. - Verna H. Fox, 728 Gristmill Road, Ephrata. 1-1/2 story 3 bedroom dwelling, garage, 4/10 acre lot. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Furniture/appliances, lawn and garden, collectibles, books, coins, guns. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. WED., APR. 4 - 2:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collect­ ibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers. WED., APR. 4 - 5:00 p.m. - Shirley R. Kochel, 19 East Orange Street, Ephrata. 2 story 3 bedroom semi detached dwelling. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. THURS., APR. 5 - 6:00 p.m. - David E. and June C. Sloat, 11 Keeler Ave., Stevens. Tract #1 - Gorgeous

4 bedrooms, 2 bath dwelling, 3/10 acre. Tract #2 - 4/10 acre building lot. Art Pannebecker and Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc. FRI., APR. 6 - 4:00 p.m. - David G. and Anna Mary Zook, 5141 Peters Road, Kinzers. Country 5 bedroom split level dwelling, 2 story horse barn/garage/shop, rural 1.1 acre lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. SAT., APR. 7 - 8:00 a.m. - Harry W. Brower Estate, 270 North Line Road, Stevens. 1 story Holland stone 2 bedroom rancher, 2 car garage, utility building, level 1/3 acre country lot. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Vehicles, trailer, lawn and garden, shop tools, primi­ tives, furniture/appliances, guns, coins. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., APR. 7 - 9:00 a.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Outstanding fire­ arms, hunting, fishing and military collectibles and accessories. Horst Auction­ eers. SAT., APR. 7 - 11:00 a.m. - David and Edna Martin, 17316 Blacklog Valley Road, Orbisonia. Valuable hunting/recreational prop­ erty, 4 bedroom 2 story cabin/house, 40’x60’ bank barn, stream, 8 acres wooded and open borders farmland. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. MON., APR. 9 - 9:00 a.m. April Extravaganza



484 E. Rehrersburg Rd., Bethel. Rt. 419 N. of Womelsdorf. Right Strausstown Rd. (becomes E. Rehrersburg Rd.) to auction on left. (Upper Tulpehocken Twp., Berks Co.)

Trucks – Tractor – Forklift: * 1979 Dodge W200 Truck, 4-Spd. w/Snow Plow & 37,000 Miles. * JD 401B Tractor w/Side Mounted Tiger Mower. * 1984 Dodge Pickup, 4-Spd. w/139,000 Miles. * Dodge Plow Truck, As Is. * 1988 Dodge Pickup, 4-Spd., As Is. * Ford IT Dump Truck, As Is. * Southwest Skid Loader Trailer w/Elec. Dump. * AC ACP Forklift, Gas w/Side Shift. * Benati 7.16 Dozer w/Approx. 4000 Hrs., Orig. Undercarriage, Runs Good. * JD Mod. H w/Hyd. * Hitachi EX200 Trackhoe w/5400 Hrs., Good Undercarriage, 30” Bucket. * JD 212 Lawn Tractor w/Deck. Farm Equipment – Shop Tools: 2-Btm. Disc Plow, JD 1-Btm. Plow, JD 2-R Cult., N. Idea Side Rake, Dump Rake, Pacific Hydro-Star 4HP 2000 PSI Gas Pressure Washer, 6-Over-3 Tool Box, 2000# Trailer Jack, Kelly & Ludwig Phila. Metal Lath, 10” Bench Grinder, (2) Pedestal Bench Grinder, Belco 150 Bench Vise, Air Greaser, C-Clamps, Files, Elec. Boxes, Can’t Freeze Hydrant, Makita Sawzall, Tap & Dies, Grindstone, Elec. Drills, Trouble Lights, Pipe Clamps, Craftsman Paint Sprayer, Level, Metal Buckets, Asst. Nails/Screws, Asst. Farm & Lawn Tools, Bull Dozer, Fencer. Primitives – Collectibles: Oak Wall Mounted Crank Phone, Butcher Stove, Single & Double Wash Tubs, Wood Tubs, Belly Grinder Seeder, Egg Baskets, Green Jars, Brass Quoites, Milk Cans, Wood Pulley, Ice Tongs, Pea / Beam Scales, Nail Puller, Agateware, Sad Iron, Monkey Wrench, Griswald & Wagner Fry Pans, Balance Scales, Strauss Homemade Basket, Copper Wash Boiler, Spittoons, Kero. Lamps, Grundsow Cast Pcs., Wood Measures, Store Paper Dispenser, Forged Spatula & Forks, Bone Saw, Sm. Washboard, C. Iron State Bank, #4 Crock w/Lid, Other Crocks & Jugs, Hill Funeral Home Bank, Lg. Selection of Longaberger Baskets, Cacoosing Milk Bottle, Sled, Costume Jewelry, Quinlan Pretzel & Good’s Chip Cans, Min. Mickey Mouse Library of Games, Ceramic Christmas Tree, Strausstown Wood Nickels, 125th Anniv. 1840-1965 & 1992-1993 PA State Assoc. Of Township Super., EJ Breneman Pottstown Zippo Lighter. Furniture – Appliances: Oak Double Bed & Dresser (Very Ornate), (7) Cedar & Blanket Chests, Early Jelly Cupboard, 3 & 4-Pc. Bdrm. Suites, Youth Spindle Back Rocker, Dry Sink, Child’s High Chair & Rocker, Tilt Top Plant Table, (6) Dec. ½ Spindle Chairs, Round Table, Chest of Drawer, Waterfall Desk, Piano Stool, Sew Mach., Metal Wardrobe, Wall Mirror & Pictures, Basket Rack, Converted Kero Lamp To Elec., Wood Bench, Plant Tables, Metal Shelving Units, Gilbert Mantle & 31-Day Clocks, Fans, Microwave Stand, Dolly Madison Elec. I.C. Freezer, Frigidaire Microwave, Frig. Smooth Top Elec. Stove, Maytag Dryer, Crosley Washer. Glassware – Toys – Coins: Harvarnroe 7 Pc. Vanity Set, Princess House, Fantasia Pattern, Gold Edged Berry Set, Primrose, Ivory, Porcelain & Other Dinnerware Set, Water Pitcher Set, Corningware, Hen, Dove & Turkey On Nests, Wine Sets, Creamers, Misc. Cookware, Fire Co. Glasses, Tupperware, Cookbooks, Blankets, Quilts, Doilies, Placemats, Table Clothes. Toys Include: Tonka Toys, JD Toy Wagon, M.H. Pony, JDAR, Duetz, 6260, JD BR, AC, JD A w/Man., Waterloo Boy, Precision Mod. A, AC Trays, Clock & 1916-1969 Clock. Coins: 1881 $5 Gold Pc., 1899 $5 Gold Pc., 1898 $10 Gold Pc., 1886, 96, 97, 1901, 14, 21-25 & 35 Silver Dollars, 1944-66 ½ Dollars, 1898, 1900, 09, 18 & 41 ½ Dollars, 1897, 99, 1902, 08, 09 Quarters, 1892 – 1943 Dimes, 1887 – 1938 Nickels, Approx. 135 Pcs. Indian Head Pennies 1859 – 1922, War & Wheat Pennies, 1953 2-Dollars, 1965 Canadian Silver Dollar & Other Foreign Coins NOTE: Auction to begin w/wagon load of sm. items followed by household & furniture. 12 Noon w/coins. 1PM w/trucks, trailer, tractor & equipment. Terms are cash, PA check or major credit card w/3% service fee. Food Stand. See website for more photos. Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956 717-445-4309


Leon H. Kramer Estate Wendy Stoudt, Exc. Info – Ed Leid, 610-587-4460

Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, March 14, 2018 - 17B

Auction, Enck’s Banquet Center, 1461 Lancaster Road, Route 72, Manheim. Blue decorated stoneware, artwork, antiques, primi­ tives, China, modern furniture and furnishings, tinware, toys and more. Witman Auctioneers, Inc. MON., APR. 9 - 6:00 p.m. - Gladys Nauman Estate, 413 Fruitville Pike, Manheim. Stone front and stucco raised ranch style 3 bedroom house with 2 car garage and attached frame 2 car garage. Witman Auction­ eers, Inc. THURS., APR. 12 - 6:00 p.m. - Donald W. Colvin, 1330 Lincoln Heights Ave.,

Ephrata. Brick ranch style dwelling with 12’x22’ attached one car garage. Horst Auctioneers. FRI., APR. 13 - 3:00 p.m. - Naomi K. Beiler, 237 Red Well Road, New Holland. Personal property, diesel engines, Yazoo mower, McCormick engine, tools, tiller, coins, guns, toys. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., APR. 14 - 9:00 a.m. - David and Doris Enterline, 623 Pine Hill Road, Lititz. Lititz country ranch home with detached 20x30 garage/ workshop on 0.57 acres. Hess Auction Group. SAT., APR. 14 - 10:00



75 Weidmansville Rd., Ephrata. From Ephrata Rt. 322 W. just past Sharp Shopper. Right Weidmansville Rd. Property on right.

Holland stone dwl. w/1824 SF, eat-in kitchen w/pantry & appliances, living rm., family rm., 3 bdrms. (1st floor bdrm.), 1½ baths, laundry/mud rm., elec. heat, bsmt. w/outside entrance, cold cellar, attic, 2 car garage w/½ bath & solid dwl. w/plaster walls. Utility/shop bldg. 16x24 w/heated shop area. ½ acre level lot w/mature trees, lawn & garden, macadam circle drive. Zoned Neighborhood Commercial. 1½ sty. dwl. w/large garage plus additional shop bldg. Convenient Ephrata location. Ideal as residence or investment. Estate is serious to sell. Personal inspection by appointment. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368) Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956 717-733-1006


Noah M. Oberholtzer Estate Marlin Z. Oberholtzer 717-201-7872

a.m. - James W. and Donna Baskin, 34 Fretz Road, Perkasie. Farm machinery, tractors, shop tools, collectibles. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. TUES., APR. 17 - 5:00 p.m. - Lester E. and Chris­ tine L. Martin, 280 Long Lane, Lititz. Country 1-1/2 story 3 bedroom rancher, 3.1 acre wooded lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. TUES., APR. 17 - 6:00 p.m. - H. James Brubaker, 610 Woodcrest Avenue, Lititz. Stone/brick ranch style dwelling with attached 21’x23’ 2 car garage, attached 10’x11’ shed/work­ shop. Horst Auctioneers. THURS., APR. 19 - 9:00 a.m. - Joseph C. and Kelly Olszewski, 2241 Robert Fulton Highway, Peach Bottom. Auto repair garage, 14’x70’ 2 bedroom mobile home, 8/10 acre. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Vehicles, rollback, wrecker, boat, cycle, shop equipment and

tools, parts inventory. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. THURS., APR. 19 - 6:00 p.m. - Mark R. Gehr, 91 Spruce Street, Ephrata. Brick and aluminum sided ranch-style dwelling with 3 bedrooms and a full bath on a 0.28 (+/-) acre corner lot along with off-street parking. Art Pannebecker and Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc. THURS., APR. 19 - 6:00 p.m. - John K. Horst, 47 Meadow Lane, Manheim Township. Vinyl sided 1-1/2 story Cape Cod dwelling with 11’x24’ basement level one car garage, 12’x18’ frame storage shed. Horst Auctioneers. FRI., APR. 20 - 9:00 a.m. - Melvin B. and Norene H. Martin, 383 West Farmers­ ville Road, Leola. 2-1/2 story 4 bedroom farm dwell­ ing, 2 car garage/shop 26x40, 1 acre rural lot. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. 1980 Triumph Spitfire, hit and miss engine, primitives,

Auction By: Michael J. Martin 717-371-3333 John J. Rutt II 717-587-8906 AY-2189-L

NEW HOLLAND, PA Member of PA & National Auctioneers Assoc.


(717) 847-1534





1133 Dry Tavern Rd., Denver (Fivepointville). Rt. 897 N. to Fivepointville to farm on left. (Brecknock Twp., Lanc. Co.)


SAT. MARCH 17 @ 9:30 AM

LOCATED AT: 1087 Dry Tavern Rd. Denver PA 17517 DIRECTIONS: From Rt. 897 & Rt. 272 intersection, travel South on Rt. 897 for approx. 4 miles to Fivepointville Fire Co. on right. BRIEF LIST: 179 Lots Coin & Currency; 2½, 5, 10 and 20 Dollar Gold Coins; Morgan and Peace Dollars; Standing Liberty Quarters; 40% Silver Ike dollars; Bulk lots of silver Dimes, Quarters, and Half dollars; Proof and Mint Sets; Liberty V & Buffalo Nickels. Please visit our website at for catalog. FOOD IS SERVED AT THIS AUCTION NO BUYERS PREMIUM AT OUR AUCTIONS Auction By: John J. Rutt II 717-587-8906 Michael J. Martin 717-371-3333 AU-3383-L

NEW HOLLAND, PA Member of PA & National Auctioneers Assoc.

“Horst Auctioneers” PUBLIC SALE


SAT., MARCH 24, 2018 AT 2:00 P.M.

Located at 945 Hopeland Rd. (Lititz 17543), Clay Township, Lancaster County, PA (Directions: Rt. 322 West of Ephrata, turn north on Yummerdall Road, left on Hopeland Road.)


Directions: From PA turnpike exit #189 (Willow Hill) take Rt. 75 N. to Spring Run Rt. 641 W. to Shade Gap Rt. 522 N. 4.5 mi. to right on Blacklog Valley Rd. 6.5 mi. to sale on left; after Valley Point Church of the Brethren. Real Estate: Consists of a 4-bdrm 2-story cabin/house & a bank barn on an 8-acre open & wooded tract. CABIN - Main floor features an eat-in style kitchen w/appliances; family room/dining area; full bath; enclosed rear porch; upper level has 4-bdrms; basement has Bilco door; oil furnace heat w/275 gal tank; on-site well & septic; house needs some cosmetic TLC. 40’x60’ BANK BARN - lower level stable area, upper level has hay & equipment storage, attached tractor shed & corn crib. Annual taxes: approx. $900. OPEN HOUSE: SAT. MARCH 17 & 24 from 1-3 PM, for info call auctioneer @ (717) 371-3333. TERMS: 10% down day of sale, balance on or before 60 days. Attorney: Edward Brown (814) 643-9787. Note: Excellent hunting cabin/family weekend getaway in the rural Blacklog Valley of Huntingdon Co.; beautiful valley & farmland views; property offers small stream w/open & wooded settings; only 2-hrs from Lancaster & York Co. For photos & listing visit Auction For:

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SAT. APRIL 7, 2018 at 11 AM

together. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., APR. 21 - 8:00 a.m. - Michael S. and Bobbi Lou Boose, 22 Swartzville Road, Adamstown. 3 bedroom rancher, 1 car garage, 1.5 baths, .28 acre lot. Real estate at 2:00 p.m. Guns and ammo, JD mower and snowblower, Suzuki quadrunner, 30+ clocks, 40+ pcs. carnival glass, jewelry, antiques, furniture. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. SAT., APR. 21 - 9:00 a.m. - Schoeneck Fire Company, 125 North King Street,


(Huntingdon Co. Blacklog Valley Area)

Located at: 17316 Blacklog Rd., Orbisonia, Pa. Shirley Twp. Huntingdon Co.

collectibles, hunting items, furniture, appliances, utility shed. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. FRI., APR. 20 - 1:00 p.m. & SAT., APR. 21 - 8:30 a.m. - Earl and Rose Wenger, 1012 Log Cabin Road, Leola. Real estate on Friday at 4:00 p.m. 2.6 acres with nice rancher with 3 bed­ rooms and attached 2 car garage. Personal property. Martin’s Auction Service. SAT., APR. 21 - 12:00 Noon - G. Robert Ream, Northeimer and Red Hill Road, Narvon. 15.5 acres woodland, 2 tracts selling

VINYL SIDED 11/2 STORY DWELLING (Approx. 1400 sq. ft. living space) The first floor contains a living room; dining room; kitchen w/custom cabinets, stove & dishwasher; laundry room; half bathroom; lg. covered front porch; covered back porch. The second floor contains 3 bedrooms w/closets; walk-in closet or nursery off the master bedroom; full bathroom, storage attic, full basement w/concrete floor & outside entrance door; oil fired hot-air furnace. 20’X22’ FRAME 2 CAR GARAGE 11’X20’ FRAME SHED/WORKSHOP LOT SIZE - 4.55 ACRES (M/L) Lot contains approx. 218’ road frontage along Hopeland Road and a large portion of the lot is wooded. This 4.55 acre property is located in a nice rural setting outside of the village of Hopeland in Clay Township’s Agricultural Transition Zone. The dwelling has been updated with new mechanical systems, vinyl siding and replacement windows. Be sure to inspect this nice rural residential property being sold at Public Sale! OPEN HOUSE - Saturday, March 17 from 1 P.M. to 3 P.M. or for information or inspection call (717) 738-3080. TERMS OF SALE - $20,000 down payment on the day of sale, balance at settlement on or before May 23, 2018. Purchaser pays both realty transfer taxes. Property sold as is. E. Richard Young, Atty. Sale For:


2½ sty. ‘dated 1847’ sandstone dwl. w/2574 SF, eat-in kitchen, dining, living & family rms, 4 bdrms., 1½ baths, laundry, attic & bsmt., gas stove & elec. heat. Outbldgs: 2 car gar./shop 26x36 w/2nd floor storage, 2 sty. stone/frame bank barn 44x76 w/attached covered feed lot 50x60 w/center bunk feeder, 20’x65’ Harvestore silo all on 64 ACRES w/approx. 40 acres tillable, 10 acres fenced pasture, 14 acres woodland w/mature timber & stream. Farm is in preserve & enrolled in Clean & Green. Zoned Ag. NOTE: Unique opportunity to purchase working farm which has been in the family for 200+ years. Lots of potential. Convenient location. Personal inspection by appointment. For brochure or land plotting visit www.klinekreidergood. com. Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368) THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 2018 - 9 A.M. Tractors – Equipment – Farm Related: 1978 Ford 3600 3-Cyl. DSL Tractor w/Good Rubber – 1 Owner (Nice & Straight), Farmall 350 Tractor w/PS, TA & Live PTO, Ford 101 3-Btm. Plow, 1-Btm. Trailer Plow, Sm. Disc., Ontario Grain Drill, Stauffer 2R Transplanter, (2) 2-Row Corn Planters, Sm. Cultipacker, 3-Pt. Harrow, 2-Section Spike Harrow, 3-Pt. Cult., 3-Pt. Fert. Spreader, 1-Horse Cult., Flatbed Wagon, Wagon Running Gear, Mayrath Auger, Tobacco Press & Lath, Westinghouse 220-Volt Welder, Sauder Loader, Farm Gates, Axle Hubs, Wheels, Imp. Tires, Feed Cart, Wire Animal Cages, Barb & Woven Wire, Air Comp., Work Bench, Push Mower, Bag Wagon, Old Car Windshield & Seat, Plastic Turkey & Chicken Coops, Early Heavy Homelite Chain Saw, Jack Stands, Floor Jack, Sm. Gas Eng., Sprayer, Wheelbarrow Wheels, Hay Hook, Potato Plow, Wood Ladders, Burlap & Plastic Bags, Radiator & Hubcaps, Asst. Lumber & Wide Boards, Shafts, Imp. Seats, Sm. Wood Panel Doors, Nail Keg, Approx. 4 Wagon Loads of Sm. Farm Related Items. FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 2018 - 8 A.M. Primitives – Collectibles – Antiques.: Approx. 375 Peanut Butter Glasses Including: Black Eye Susan, Yellow Dahlia Autumn, Giant Velvet Flower, 2-Tone Dogwood, Viola, Pink African Violet, Trumpet Vine (see website approx. Feb. 15 for catalog), Approx. 30 Wagner, Erie & Griswald Fry Pans, Sandy Andy 101 Incline Toy Made In Pittsburg, PA, Enterprise Meat Grinder & Cherry Seeder, Approx. 15 Snowcrest & Lincoln Banks, Early Child Tin Tea Set, Tin Chicken Toy, Bonanza Metal Lunch Pail, Brass & Chalk Animals, George Foreman Distillery Apple Brandy Stencil, 1000’s of Marbles, 3-Gal. HP Co. Hawthorn PA Jug & Other Asst. Jugs & Crocks, Milk Pails, Egg Baskets, Glass Butter Churn, White Oak Farm, Creamtop, Penns. & Cloister Milk Bottles, Lg. Butter Print/Mold, Tin Measurer, Detecto Scales, Market Basket, Asst. 1858 Jars, Other Blue Jars & Clear Canning Jars (all sizes), Adv. Yard Sticks, Slawboard, Dietz Lantern, Kero Lamps, Farmer In The Dell Windup Toy, Lg. Asst. of Butcher Knives, Metal & Wood Ice Cream Freezers, Candle Mold, Feed Scoop, Asst. Vanity Cedar Boxes, Wood Boxes, Sad Irons, Cast Iron Book Ends & Trivet, Sunshine Biscuit Tin, Rolling Pins, Waffle Iron, Asst. Size of Records, Early G.E. Radio & Others, Cream Separator, Paul Seifrit Wood Box, Milk Cans, Pickle Jars, Pictures & Frames, Sled, Canes, Grain Cradle, Bird Cages, Kerosene Heaters, 1954 Metal Ephrata Annual Garage Tins, Security Food Cardboard Bucket, Kaff A Bucket, Scalding Troughs, Cast Iron Kettles, Kettle Hanger, Stirrers & Hog Scrapers, Bone Saws, Original Box Palumbo Cigars, Red Edged Agate Pitcher. Glassware: Approx. 35 Hen, Roosters, Duck, Swan, Turkey, Rabbit & Lamb On Nests, Approx. 30 Handled Baskets, Ceramic Christmas Trees, Green Amber & White Fire King, Asst. Hall Pcs., Carnival Bowls, Relish Dishes & Water Pitcher Sets, Cow Creamers, Asst. Footed Bowls, Lg. Asst. Christmas Tree Balls, Davy Crockett Bowls, England Dinnerware, Refrig. Dish Sets, H. Laughlin Dinnerware, Pyrex Dishes, England Ironstone Dishes, Jim Beam Bottles, Wooden & Ivory Type Forks & Knives, Dozens Of Boxes Of Flatware, Asst. Stoneware, Ironstone, Steubenville Pottery Dish Sets, Lg. Asst. Pots, Pans, Cook & Bakeware, 50+ Boxes of Character, Water Pitcher & Tumbler Sets. Furniture: Victrola Talking Machine, Jelly Cupboard, Blanket Chests, Cane Seated Rocker & Chair, Camel Back Trunk, Lowback Dry Sink, Dresser, Porcelin Top Table, Asst. Brds., Table Lamp, Pressed Back Chairs, Kitchen Cab., Wood Boxes, Tier Tables, Metal Porch Chairs, Asst. Tables, High Chairs, Foot Stools, Plant Stands, Area, Oval & Braided Rugs, Kerosene Parlor Stove. Paper Advertising: 1790 Deed of Farm, Early Deeds, Wills & Ledgers From Brecknock & East Earl Twp. From Late 1700 – Early 1800’s, Shirley Temple Song Album, Comic Books, Baseball Cards, Post Cards, Valentine Cards, Davy Crockett & Gene Autry Books, 1905 & 1913 Sunday School Papers & Lesson Cards, Prints, Denver & Ephrata National Bank Bags, 150 Yr. Anniv. of Bowmansville, 100 Yr. Camera Scenes, German & English Family Bibles, Stamps, Calendars, Folding Fans, Jack & Jill, Wizard of Oz, Saturday Evening Post, Farm Journals,Farm Mach. Manuals, 1940 – 1950 PA Farmer’s Mag., 1962 & 1963 IH Farm Equip. Catalogs, Asst. Dairy Mag., Seed Mag., Rural New Yorker, Capper Farmer Mag., Asst. Poultry Mag., Tractor Farming Mag., Toys – Pocket Knives – Misc.: Army Transport Truck, Buddy L Dump Truck & Wrecker, Transit Home Truck, Tonka Crawlers, Farm Tractors & Imp., Texaco Tanker, Ertl Livestock Trailer, Structo Trailer, Wooden Barns, Air Gun, Flintlock Wall Gun, Trooper Cap Gun. Pocket Knives: Barlow, Reagan – Bush, Elvis Presley, Kamp King, US, New Holland – Sperry, 1933 Chicago World Fair, Camp Master, RCMP Canada, John Wayne, Forest Master, Soldier Seal, Key Chains, 1948 Pa Fishing Lic., Elgin & Other Pocket Watches, Paper Weights, Lg. Amount of Costume Jewelry. NOTE: Still unpacking boxes. No auction on property since the 1800’s. Farm in family for 6+ generations. Thursday’s auction to begin 9AM w/ wagon loads of farm related & household items followed by machinery & tractors. Friday’s auction to begin at 8AM w/household items, followed by primitives & collectibles. Approx. 10AM w/toys. Approx. 11:30AM w/Peanut Butter glasses. 2nd auctioneer at 9AM w/household followed by furniture. Real Estate at 2PM. Terms cash, PA check, or major credit card w/3% service fee. Food Stand. See more photos on website. Preview for Friday’s auction on Thursday from 10AM-1PM. Randal V. Kline Grace E. Seifrit Roy E. Good, Jr. Estate Aaron Z. Nolt Lamar: Curvin M. Horning 717-445-9107 717-445-4309 Bill: AUCTIONEERS Lic. #499, #2116, 717-445-5014 #5064, #3956

18B - Wednesday, March 14, 2018 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News”


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Denver, will hold their Annual Mud Sale. Furniture, household goods, lawn and garden items, quilts, crafts, collectibles, flowers, shrubbery and more. Quilts at 12:00 noon. For more info., call 717-336-6767.

SAT., APR. 21 - 9:00 a.m. - William Weiss, 827 Susquehanna Drive, Martic Township. 2 tracts real estate, 1981 Fiat convertible. Real estate at 12:00 noon. Car at 11:00 a.m. Tools, lawn and garden equipment, antique/household goods. Horst Auctioneers. SAT., APR. 21 - 4:00 p.m. - David S. and Annie A. Beiler, 275 Monterey Road, Bird-in-Hand. Country 1-1/2 story 4 bedroom dwelling, 1-1/2 story garage/shop 22x46 w/2 car garage, 1-1/2 story barn 28x36 w/3 horse stalls, 1 acre. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.

Hometowne Auction, LLC

Quilts & Quilt-Related Items


Tues., March 20, at 9:00 AMAM Tues., November 19,2018 2013 at 9:00 Preview: Mon., Mar. 19,18 Noon to to 4 PM Preview: Mon., November Noon 4 PM


MON., APR. 23 - 3:00 p.m. - John C. Wolfe, 477 Fruitville Pike, Manheim. Brick 3 bedroom, 2 bath ranch style house with attached 2 car garage on 1.6 acres. Real estate at 6:00 p.m. Tools, antiques, furniture, personal property. Witman Auctioneers, Inc. MON., APR. 23 - 5:00 p.m. - Randy W. and Louella N. Nolt, 531 Black Horse Road, Reinholds. 4.9 acre farmette, custom 1 story country rancher, 2 car garage, 1-1/2 story garage/ shop/barn 60x62, pole barn 30x32, fenced pasture. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. MON., APR. 23 - 6:00 p.m. - Raymond M. and Edna S. Burkholder Estate,

803 Glenwood Drive, Ephrata. 4 bedroom brick rancher, .66 acre, 2 car garage, full basement, central A/C. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. TUES., APR. 24 - 5:00 p.m. - Floy E. Baker, 85 Oatfield Drive, Denver. 1 story 3 bedroom rancher, 2 car garage, “Country Mills.” Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., APR. 26 - 4:00 p.m. - Brian S. and Louise H. Yarnall, 4171 Horseshoe Pike, Honey Brook. Commercial garage/shop building 54x110, 3 separate garages, level 1 acre lot, large parking area. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., APR. 26 - 6:00 p.m. - S. Lorraine Cassel,



THURSDAY, MARCH 29 • 5 P.M. 44 Park St., Akron. From Ephrata Rt. 322 E. Right Bethany Rd. at East End Mart. Left N. Farmersville Rd. Right Park St., property on left.


NEXT AUCTION DATE: JANUARY 21,22, 2014 Tuesday, May 2018

302 West Sun Hill Road, Manheim. Stone and brick vinyl sided 2 story house with 6 bedrooms, 3-1/2 baths and garages for 4 cars. Witman Auctioneers, Inc. FRI., MAY 4 - 5:00 p.m. - Jay Paul and Louella Z. Martin, 2271 Valley View Road, Narvon. 7.3 acre farmette, 2-1/2 story 4 bedroom farm house dwelling, 32x75 barn/shop building, horse stalls, shop. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., MAY 10 - 5:00 p.m. - Everett L. and Laura M. Balmer, 220 S. Lancaster Ave., Schaefferstown. Country 2-1/2 story 4 bedroom dwelling, 2 story bank barn, 3 car garage, pool, 1.2 acres, 1930 Model A Ford car. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., MAY 11 - 4:00 p.m. - J.L. Schaeffer and Assoc., LLC, 327 and 329 Park Road, Valley View. #1: Commercial/industrial building with 19,400 sq. ft. 2-1/2 story dwelling, storage units, bank barn, 3.8 acres,


CONSIGNMENTS ACCEPTED Quilts & Tops; Wall Hangings & Tops; Quillows, Pillows & Quilt-Related Items AY002166 Aaron Z. Nolt (717) 354-5599 AU5064

S848667 S819194


“Lifetime Collection” FRI., APRIL 20, 2018 at 1:00 P.M. Absolute Real Estate & Personal Property SAT., APRIL 21, 2018 at 8:30 A.M. Personal Property 1012 Log Cabin Rd., Leola, PA 17540

Directions: From intersection of Rt. 272 & 772 (Schaum’s Corner), take Rt. 272 south 1 mile. Turn right onto Rosehill Rd. Turn left onto Log Cabin Rd. Go to property on left.

4:00 P.M.: REAL ESTATE sells Absolute! 2.6 acres w/nice rancher, brick/alum. siding, built 1967, 2-car attached garage. Approx. 1,650 sq. ft. living area plus semi-finished basement w/fireplace. 3 bedrooms, 11/2 baths, nice kitchen w/bar & appliances, dining room w/ glass sliding door to patio, large living room w/bay window. Many closets. Central vac. Electric heat. Private well & sewer. Outbuildings: 14’x29’ frame, vinyl siding camping shed; 10’x18’ mini barn. Black top drive. Nice landscaping & shade trees. Large lawn/garden area. Warwick Twp. - Lancaster Co. - Warwick School District. OPEN HOUSE: Sat. March 17 & 24, 1-3 P.M. or by appointment. TERMS: $20,000 on deposit auction day. Balance within 60 days. NOTE: Watch for subsequent ads or go to www.MoreAuctionInfo. com for listing of personal property selling Friday & Saturday. See photos at

Auction for:

Nevin, Andrew, Victor & Gordon Martin Andrew - 717.532.5382 / Victor 717.658.9930 Email: / Lic# 2826L

Earl & Rose Wenger 717.271.3975 Mervin

Spacious split foyer dwl. w/1,660 SF, eat-in country kitchen, living rm., 3 bdrms., 2-1/2 baths, laundry, large family/rec. rm. w/LP gas fireplace, elec. heat, central AC, low maintenance exterior, 2 car garage. Outbldgs.: detached 2 car garage/shop 28x28, utility bldg. 8x12, 4/10 acre rural country corner lot. After 29 years owner is downsizing & serious to sell. “Move in” condition w/spacious rms., 4 car gar. area. Ideal as residence or investment. Convenient location. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., March 17 & 24 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit www. Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368) Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956 717-733-1006



Location: 169 North Groffdale Rd., Leola, PA. If you have farm equipment or tractors you need to replace, this is the place to buy or sell. Approx. 2000 items to be sold, including 100+ tractors. Approx. 1700 registered bidders each year. Reasonable commission rates. Call M.M. Weaver & Sons at 717-656-2321.


Mabel I. Burkholder Jay Burkholder 717-278-0347 Judy Weaver 717-626-9327



SAT., MARCH 31, 2018 at 11:00 A.M.

LOCATED AT: 2506 S. 5th Ave. (Rt. 897) Lebanon, PA, Heidelberg Twp., Elco Schools. DIRECTIONS: From Rt. 897/501 Schaefferstown, Pa. follow Rt. 897 N. 1-mile to home on right. REAL ESTATE DETAILS: consists of a (1965) 2,573 sq. ft. 5-bdrm brick rancher w/2-car garage on a .40-ac. rural lot. Main floor features a Rutt custom kitchen w/appliances open to dining room w/bay window; laundry & ½ bath; formal living room w/bay window & foyer; full bath; 3-bdrms w/closets; attached oversized 2-car garage; upper level has 2-bdrms & ½ bath; lower level features a large family room w/ FP; canning storage; utility room; 200 amp svc.; heat pump/central AC; water treatment system; public water and sewer; annual taxes approx.: $3,700; 10’x14’ garden shed. OPEN HOUSE: Sat., March 17 from 1-3PM. For info., call auctioneer at 717371-3333. Terms: 10% down day of sale, balance on or before 60 days. Attorney: Michael Kane (717) 299-5251. Note: Maintenance free brick rancher; numerous valuable updates throughout; sellers are downsizing and very motivated to sell! Beautiful rural setting overlooking eastern Lebanon Co. farmland located next to Krall’s Mennonite Church. **BROKER PARTICIPATION INVITED! Contact auctioneer at 717-371-3333** Please visit our website at

Auction By: John J. Rutt II 717-587-8906 Michael J. Martin 717-371-3333 EPHRATA & NEW HOLLAND, PA AY-002189-L Member of PA & National Auctioneers Assoc.




THURS., MARCH 22, 2018 SALE AT 5:30 P.M.

Located at 29 N. 3rd St., Denver (Denver Boro., Lanc. Co.) From Denver/Reamstown intersection of Rt. 272, take Church St. towards Denver (becomes Main St). Turn right on N. 3rd St. to property on right. Real estate consists of a 2½ story brick row home, built in 1876, containing a large living room with open dining area, eat-in kitchen, and an enclosed porch/mudroom all on the main level. There are three bedrooms upstairs, along with a large full bath. There is approximately 1,562 sq. ft. of finished living space with attic storage above. The full basement, with outside access, contains the laundry as well as a shower, commode, and utility sink. The basement could also be finished into additional living space (family room). Electric baseboard heat. Public water and sewer. All this is situated on a 0.08 Acre lot along with a detached two car garage and a cute, fenced, rear yard. This is a solid home in Denver Boro, with some new windows and doors. A little cosmetic updating would go a long way! The owner is ready to downsize, and they are motivated to sell. You will not want to miss this excellent investment opportunity! Open house to be held Sat., Mar. 17 from 1-3PM, or by appointment, contact auctioneer at (717) 371-9603. 10% Down day of sale, balance due at settlement. E. Richard Young, Atty. Terms By:


Auction For:

Lic. #AU001476-L Lic. #AU005308-L 717-336-6983

CARL S. & VERA MAE ZIMMERMAN (Sheldon 717-821-3067)


9am Personal Property • 12pm Real Estate

410 S. Cedar St. Lititz, PA 17543

623 Pine Hill Rd. Lititz, PA 17543

• Surprisingly Spacious • 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bath • 12x24 2 Story Woodshop • 0.57 Acres • Warwick SD

• 0.07 Acres • Warwick SD

Open House: March 31, 10am-12pm & April 2, 5pm-6:30pm

Shown By Appointment

See for more details. Auction For: Robert L. Leister Est. Attorney: Marci Miller

717-664-5238 877-599-8894

1141 W. Main Street Ephrata, PA 17522 (717) 733-3511

Saturday, April 14

Tuesday, March 20 • 6pm

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(Flintville/Schaefferstown Area)



zoned industrial. #2: Adjoining 15 acre tract, zoned industrial. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., MAY 12 - 10:00 a.m. - David G. and Rachel A. Bergey, 355 W. Church Road, Ephrata. Country 1-1/2 story brick 5 bedroom dwelling, 2 car garage/shop 22x32, 1.1 acre lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., MAY 12 - 10:00 a.m. - Gideon S. and Barbara L. Lapp, 1147 Reservoir Road, New Holland. Country 1-1/2 story 5 bedroom dwelling, bank barn 38x56, garage, shop, 3 acres. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Personal property, furniture, appliances. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. MON., MAY 14 - 4:00 p.m. - Larry E. and Carol J. Fry, 5498 Woods Road, Stewartstown. Country 1 story 3 bedroom rancher, 2 car garage 24x38 with shop 17x24, 1 acre rural lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. TUES., MAY 15 - 5:00

See for more details. AY000253L

Auction for: David & Doris Enterline Attorney: John Gibbel

717-664-5238 877-599-8894

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p.m. - Glendon R. and Rachel M. Zimmerman, 256 W. Maple Grove Road, Denver. 1 story brick 3 bedroom rancher dwelling, 1-1/2 story shop/garage building 36x36, 3/4 acre country lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., MAY 17 - 5:00 p.m. - Michael T. and Christine D. Good, 276 W. Maple Grove Road, Denver. Country Holland stone

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bedroom dwelling, 2 car garage, 1.27 acres. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. THURS., MAY 31 - 5:00 p.m. - Matthew T. and Nitoche R. Groff, 1524 Newport Road, Manheim. Rural 1 story 4 bedroom rancher, 2 car garage, bank shop/garage building, 28x38 w/2 car garage and heated shop, 6/10 acre lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. FRI., JUNE 1 - 8:00 a.m. - Auction #1 - Dale and Anita Y. Aungst, 120 Kline Road, Bethel. Trucks, trail­ ers, track loaders, equipment, house moving steel beams, steel plates. Auction #2 1:00 p.m. Real estate at 4:00 p.m. 218 Bloody Spring Road, Bernville. 15.8 acre farmette, 2 story stone/frame 3+ bedroom dwelling, 30x70 bank barn, gar./shop, spring, pond, stream, tractors,

February 26, 2018

rancher, garage, utility building, 4/10 acre lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. FRI., MAY 18 - 1:00 p.m. - John E. and Carol J. Wanner, 599 Greenview Drive, Denver. Country 1-1/2 story 3 bedroom Cape Cod dwelling, 2 car garage, utility building. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. FRI., MAY 18 - 4:00 p.m. - Geraldine McCarty Estate and Mary Lou Wolfe, 305 Snake Lane, New Holland. 61 acres farm and woodland, cropland, woodland, ponds, stream. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. TUES., MAY 22 - 4:00 p.m. - MacCauley Family, LP, 275 Route 41, Gap. 88 acre farm, 2-1/2 story stone dwelling, bank barn, misc. outbuildings (zoned light business). Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. WED., MAY 23 - 5:00 p.m. - Sandra L. McDonnell, 672 South Kinzer Ave., New Holland. Country 1-1/2 story 3 bedroom brick dwelling, 2 car garage 22x30 and shop 10x20, 3/4 acre rural lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., MAY 24 - 5:00 p.m. - Jonathan M. Gehman, 4 Dianna Drive, Annville. 2-1/2 story colonial 4

equipment, trailers, personal property. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., JUNE 9 - 9:00 a.m. - E. Eugene and Doris A. Kreider, 117 Snake Hill Road, Bird-in-Hand. 5 acre farmette with stream, 2-1/2 story 3 bedroom dwelling, garage, 28x54 barn/shop. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Tractors, lawn and garden equipment, personal prop­ erty, guns, woodworking equipment, tools, lumber. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., JUNE 14 - 1:00 p.m. - Robert A. and Debra A. Cazille, 1737 Allegheny­ ville Road, Mohnton. 2-1/2 story 1800s sandstone 4 bedroom dwelling, 34x64 bank barn, guest cottage (known as Living Spring Farm Bed and Breakfast). Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.


THURS., JUNE 21 - 5:00 p.m. - Barbara J. Skiles, 274 Skiles Road, Parkesburg. 8 acre farmette with stream and pond, 1 story 3 bedroom rancher dwelling, 2 story bank barn 36x24. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. FRI., JUNE 22 - 5:00 p.m. - Darrell and Carol Good, 546 Reading Road, East Earl. Country 3 bedroom split foyer dwell­

ing, 2 car garage, 9/10 acre rural lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., JUNE 28 - 6:00 p.m. - Alan and Georgine Achey, 8865 Old 22, Bethel Township. 1.5 story alumin­ um sided dwelling on 3.75 acres, with 20x44 block/ frame garage/workshop, 14x14 and 10x16 frame storage sheds. Horst Auctioneers.

Witman Auctioneers, inc. PUBLIC AUCTION


Monday, April 9, 2018 • 6:00 P.M.

LOCATION: 413 Fruitville Pike, Manheim, PA 17545, Penn Township, Lancaster County

STONE FRONT & STUCCO RAISED RANCH STYLE THREE (3) BEDROOM HOUSE WITH TWO-CAR GARAGE AND ATTACHED FRAME TWO-CAR GARAGE, GOOD LOCATION, COUNTRY SETTING WITH GREAT REAR VIEW 1,563 sq. ft., Lot Size 0.48 Acre, Hardwood Floors & Plastered Throughout, Manheim Central School District. “Highly Motivated Seller - To Settle Estate.” You do not want to miss this one!

Open House Dates: Saturday, March 24 & 31, 12:00-2:00 P.M. For Financing, Photos, Full Listing, See Website: Auction For: Gladys Nauman Estate Todd E. Nauman Ext.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4 • 5 P.M. 19 E. Orange St., Ephrata. Rt. 322 W. to Ephrata. Left S. State St. Left E. Orange St. to property on right. (Ephrata Boro., Lanc. Co.)

Auction By: Witman Auctioneers, Inc. Luke R. & Clarke N. Witman, Douglas L. Ebersole (717) 665-5735 • (717) 665-1300 AY 000155-L


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THURS., APRIL 5, 2018


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- Red Run/Napierville Area -

REAL ESTATE PUBLIC AUCTION 1 Sty., 3 Bdrm. Dwelling - 24’x28’ Garage/Shop 1.09 ACRE +/-

Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at 5:30 P.M.

Location: 1167 Landis Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 (E. Cocalico Twp./Lanc. Co.) Directions: From Reamstown take Church St. toward Napierville. Turn left onto Red Run Rd., then right onto Landis Rd. to property.

- Real Estate 1 Sty., 3 Bedroom House and 24’x28’ Shop/Garage on 1 Acre +/- level lot. 1 Sty. ranch type modular w/1,248 sq. ft., 3 bdrms., full bath, kitchen, dining room, living room, den, full basement w/outside steps. 5’x24’ porch, 8’x57’ deck. Oil/Hot air heat. Outbuilding: Block/Masonry 24’x28’ Shop/Garage w/12’x9½’ OH door. All situated on a level 1 Acre +/- lot w/macadam drive & parking. On-site well and septic. East Cocalico Twp. Cocalico Schools. Zoned AG. NOTE: Great investment opportunity or starter property. Great country location. Borders farmland. House is a fixer-upper in need of some TLC. The 1 acre +/- level lot w/oversized detached garage offers great potential. Seller relocated to retirement home and serious to sell. TERMS: 10% down, settlement on or before June 11, 2018. E. Richard Young, Attorney. Inspection by appointment or Open House SATURDAY, MARCH 24 and 31, 1-3 PM. Contact auctioneer @ (717) 354-9524 w/any questions. See more at ID #25403 Auctioneers: Tim Weaver, Dave Stoltzfus & Steve Schuler Lic. # AY2109 Phone: 717-354-9524

2 sty. brick/vinyl Semi detached dwl. w/1238 SF, eat-in kitchen w/appliances, dining rm., living rm., 3 bdrms., full bath, daylight bsmt. w/gas air heat, laundry hook ups, low maintenance dwl. w/covered soffit, fascia & insulated/ tilt windows, covered front & side porches, patio & new 100 amp elec. Level lot w/public water & sewer. NOTE: Economical & low maintenance Semi 3 bdrm. dwl. Owner moving to retirement & serious to sell! Ideal as residence or investment. Low taxes. Personal inspection by appointment or open house March 17, 24 & 31 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368)

Auction for: Ida R. Hanna

SALE AT 6:00 P.M.

Auction for both tracts will be held at 11 Keeler Ave., Stevens (East Cocalico Twp., Lanc. Co.) From Denver/Reamstown redlight on Rt. 272, take Church St. towards Reamstown. Turn second left onto Keeler Ave., to home on right. Tract #1 - Real estate consists of a beautiful 1½ story dwelling, built in 1952, containing a custom, eat-in, cherry kitchen with corian countertops, dishwasher, refrigerator, built-in electric oven/range & microwave; a large open dining/living room combination with fireplace; and a gorgeous four seasons room (addition) with cathedral ceilings and a propane stove all on the main level along with a full bath and one bedroom. The upstairs contains three bedrooms, a full bath and a TV room/office, with ample closets and storage throughout. Offering much more space than it appears from simply driving by, there is approximately 2,624 sq. ft. of finished living space! The basement consists of a workshop along with a laundry hookup and utilities. Propane forced air heat. Central air. Public water and sewer. All this is situated on a 0.32 (+/-) Acre lot along with an integrated 2 car garage, a storage shed, off street parking, and land across Keeler Ave., which borders the creek. There is a beautiful screened-in side porch as well as a stamped concrete patio to the rear of the home. This is a solid, wellmaintained home perfectly situated on a mature side street, yet convenient to major routes. Tract #2 consists of a vacant tract of land (building lot) located between 92 & 100 N. Reamstown Rd. The parcel is 66’ wide x 280’6” deep, totaling 0.425 Acre. It is zoned ‘traditional residential’ which allows for a single family dwelling, as well as a duplex/multi-family dwelling. Public water and sewer nearby. Contact E. Cocalico Township with any specific questions regarding the potential uses of this lot. *For pictures/plot plan, visit (ID#1536)* Open houses to be held Sun., Mar. 18 and Sat., Mar. 24 from 1-3pm, or by appointment, contact auctioneer at (717) 371-9603. 10% Down day of sale, balance due within 60 days. 1% Broker participation offered, call auctioneer for details! E. Richard young, Att’y Terms By:

DAVID E. & JUNE C. SLOAT Lic. #AU001476-L Lic. #AU005308-L 717-336-6983




728 Gristmill Rd., Ephrata. Rt. 322 E. of Ephrata to Hinkletown. Left Martindale Rd. to Martindale. Left Gristmill Rd. & go approx. 2 miles to property on right. (Earl Twp., Lanc. Co.) 1½ sty. frame/vinyl dwl. w/1912 SF, country eat-in kitchen w/Rutt birch cabinets, living & family rms., 1st floor laundry/mudroom, 3 bdrms. (1st floor bdrm.), 2 full baths, attic & bsmt. storage, LP gas heat, central AC, attached 1 car garage, (2) separate macadam driveways on level 4/10 Acre lot w/on-site well & septic. NOTE: Owner relocating to retirement quarters & serious to sell. Quiet rural location, mature shade. Ideal as residence or investment. Personal inspection by appointment or open house March 17 & 24 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368) Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-445-4309 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956

Verna H. Fox Earl Fox, POA: 717-917-8502





270 N. Line Rd., Stevens. Rt. 272 N. of Ephrata. Left Wabash Rd. past Four Seasons Produce. Right N. Line Rd. thru Stevens to property on left. (W. Cocalico Twp., Lanc. Co.)

1 sty. Holland stone rancher dwl. w/1530 SF, eat-in kitchen w/birch cabinets, pantry, built-in storage cabinets, living rm., 1st floor laundry/mudrm., 2 bdrms., 1½ baths, full bsmt. w/partial finish rec rm. 15x39, oil HW heat, mini split AC unit, plus (2) bonus rms. 15x19 & 13x19, attached breezeway & 2 car garage all on level 1/3 Acre lot w/rear farmland boundary, macadam drive, on-site well & septic, 10x12 utility bldg. NOTE: Estate serious to sell. Well maintained rancher, low maintenance. Ideal as residence or investment. Convenient location, minutes to Ephrata & Reamstown. Personal inspection by appointment or open house March 17, 24 & 31 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit www. Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368)

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


Harry W. Brower Estate Tom Brower, Exc.: 717-445-0102 Tim Brower, Exc.: 717-484-1045

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“Thank you so much for an excellent job on our canvas,” “Your thoroughness and attention to detail were very much appreciated,” and “We were able to use the patio during a birthday party, even though it was raining,” are just a few of the many positive testimonies found on Kreider’s Canvas Service, Inc.’s website, Kreider’s Canvas Service, Inc. has been installing awnings in the Lancaster County area for over 40 years. The business was started in 1975 by owner Les Kreider. Kreider is passionate about the industry and through many years of experience provides practical and creative solutions for his clients. Kreider derives the most satisfaction from the business by being able to see a job completed correctly with a very satisfied customer. Kreider’s Canvas Service has the best employees who have that “do a right job attitude.” They provide customers with great service and are the friendliest around. There is over 135 years of combined canvas product and awning experience amongst the employees.

Professionally manufactured and installed canvas awnings for your home or business is Kreider’s Canvas Services’ specialty. They are committed to exceeding your expectations and producing a long-lasting quality product. Kreider’s Canvas Services is able to provide the best solutions to your problem area whether it is wind protection, rain protection or shade. Products available include stationary canopies, retractable awnings, porch awnings, window awnings, doorhoods and drop curtains. Kreider’s Canvas Service provides the longest-lasting solution with the highest quality of materials fabricated using the latest technology in the industry. Call “Your Awning Professional” today for more information or to schedule your free estimate. Their phone number is 717-656-7387. Business hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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M&E Roofing, LLC is not just roofing. M&E does windows, siding, seamless spouting, remodeling, decks, porches, additions and any other home improvement. A locally owned company, M&E Roofing has been serving the Lancaster County area since 1970. The business is owned and operated by father and son team, Dale B. and Chad E. Miller. The business is a member of the Building Industry Association of Lancaster County and is Vinyl Siding Institute certified, Simonton Vinyl windows certified and also Certified Versico Commercial Rubber installers. They are a Certified Five Star Contractor and committed to excellence. At M&E Roofing, construction is more than just constructing or remodeling a home, it is helping a customer’s dream home become a reality. They care about customers and desire to maintain total customer satisfaction. “You provided outstanding service whenever I called. You did exactly what you said you would in the time frame and price that you promised. The materials and workmanship were both World Class,” says one of the many satisfied customers. In the past, construction products were so limited. With the evolution of product technology, M&E is now able to offer customers the best selection of products to fit their needs. Most frequently used brands include Tamko & CertainTeed shingles, CertainTeed siding, Quality Edge metal, Simonton windows and Versico commercial rubber. The modern family home is more than just a shelter. It should reflect your personality on the interior and exterior. Let M&E Roofing help you transform your home into a reflection of you. Give them a call at 717-626-4253. You may also view their website at PA#7515


If you are looking for an auto repair shop that prides itself on high quality workmanship and great customer service, look no further than Hornberger’s Auto Body, located at 123 East Church Street, Reamstown. The shop specializes in auto body repair, painting, collision, frame straightening and 2 and 4 wheel alignments. “You can’t even see where you fixed it!” “Great color matching!” are just a few of the comments satisfied customers say when they come to pick up their vehicles. The Hornbergers prefer doing quality work versus quantity of work because they take pride in what they do. A great deal of their work comes from repeat customers and referrals and they are thrilled to gain new customers who have heard of their quality work from previous customers. The shop has been added onto twice and additional employees have been hired due to increased growth. Hornberger’s Auto Body started out in 1984 as a husband and wife team and today continues to be family owned and operated by Daryl and Diane Hornberger. Their daughter, Angie, has been working with them since 2008. She is the assistant manager and service writer for the shop. Call 717-336-3228 for more information on how Hornberger’s Auto Body can get your car back in shape. Hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and by appointment on Saturday. You can also find more information on their website,

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Lehman Insurance Agency, Inc. has been serving our community by providing professional insurance services since 1968. We would like to thank our customers for the success of our agency. We realize the importance of giving back to our community and contribute a percentage of our net income to many non-profit organizations locally, regionally and internationally each year. Our staff of 18 is committed to meeting the varied requests of each of our clients with honesty and integrity. We recognize that each individual and business is unique. As an independent insurance agency, we can access over 40 companies to customize a package that meets your individual, business, farm, church or non-profit needs. If you would like more information about our agency, call 717-733-2050, visit us on the web at or at any of our three locations. Ephrata 1020 Sharp Avenue Ephrata, PA 17522

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to keep their homes and businesses comfortable during all seasons, and to provide solid careers and opportunities for advancement among employees. Ressler & Mateer remains a family-owned and operated business, with Jim, Dave, and Rusty Ressler assuming leadership of the ever-growing company to meet the region’s expanding heating, cooling, and plumbing needs.

From your very first phone call to your follow-up appointments with the company’s expert technicians, you’re considered a part of the Ressler & Mateer family. Our comprehensive capabilities include full installation and service for HVAC and plumbing systems, bathroom remodeling, and commercial facilities solutions. A primary focus on complete customer satisfaction allows the business to stake its reputation on a job well done and a happy client—no matter the size of the job. Positive feedback from raving fans about the excellent workforce employed at the company is Ressler & Mateer’s proudest achievement and greatest compliment.


In 1954, the late George Grove Sr. started what was later to become George J. Grove & Son, Inc. He was one of the county’s leading installers, offering customers a complete line of home improvement services. The Manheim Pike business started out in George Sr.’s home with one pick-up truck and George Sr. as the sole PA962 proprietor and only employee. George J. Grove Jr. entered the business at a very early age, assisting his father and grandfather, Cleon Grove Sr., with installations. The business moved from George Sr.’s home to a shop on Cabbage Hill. In 1973, the business incorporated, and then moved to their current location at 1219 Manheim Pike. In keeping with family tradition, George J. Grove III, a third generation, also entered the business at a very early age, bringing with him the same passion and attitude his grandfather had when he started. The Groves have built their business on a firm belief in a quality product and installation, in maintaining the highest levels of professionalism, integrity and fairness in their relationships with their customers. They are family owned, always have been and always will be. They insist that customers get the best products on the market for their money. The Groves employ a full team headed by George J. Grove, Jr., who is dedicated to providing exceptional customer service. The company strives to establish lasting relationships with their customers by exceeding their expectations and gaining their trust through fair prices and exceptional service. They have been loyal members of the community for over 50 years. George J. Grove & Son, Inc. is a member of the Better Business Bureau, the Building Industry Association, the National Association of Home Builders, National Association of Small Business, National Safety Council, Lancaster Chamber of Commerce and the Remodeling Contractors Association. They received the President’s Award from the Great Lakes Window Company for commitment to Sales Integrity, Quality Installations, and Dedication to Customer Service and Installation. George J. Grove & Son, Inc. does all types of home improvements. Their product lines include replacement windows and doors, roofing, premium vinyl and fiber cement siding, stone veneer, spouting, gutter protection systems and patio enclosures. They also carry skylights, railings, decks, retractable fabric and metal awnings, and shutters. All of the products that they carry come with an extended manufacturers warranty and are installed by their quality trained professionals. Customers are welcome to visit their showroom at 1219 Manheim Pike to see the many selections of their product lines. To inquire about a free in-home estimate from one of George J. Grove & Son’s company professionals, call 717-393-0859 or 1-800-498-0859. Customers may also submit a request through their website at Business hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The 40+ “family members” employed by Ressler & Mateer, and their commitment to each customer, is the primary reason for the business’s success. A dedication to customer service, responsibility, quality products, and outstanding work is a characteristic of each team member. When your family joins the Ressler & Mateer family, you can rest assured in the promise of complete indoor comfort at the hands of leading professionals. From Carrier to ClimateMaster, Moen to Mitsubishi, only the finest products are considered for total home luxury and relaxation. Jim, Dave, and Rusty, would love to thank our customers and employees for making our work both successful and satisfying. We value everything you’ve done and continue to do to make our company what it is today. Business hours are Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. You can reach Ressler & Mateer by phone at (717) 859-2025 or contact them online at

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Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, March 14, 2018 - 3 Skin Care Therapeutics and Electrolysis by Edie offers services to make people look and feel better about themselves. Owner Edie Hart, a graduate of the Lancaster School of Cosmetology, is a licensed cosmetician and certified electrologist who is passionate about helping people. She derives much satisfaction from seeing her clients return with beneficial results. In business since 1995, Edie provides the latest technology in both electrolysis and skin care with treatments that are physician recommended.

Treatments offered include: • Electrolysis (permanent hair removal) • Microdermabrasion - may help reduce skin cancer - (reduces fine lines, discoloration, large pores and acne for all ages) • Acne Treatment (removal of black heads and white heads) • Skin care products for acne with proven results - all ages • Facials (anti-aging products) • Waxing • Anti-Aging Treatments • Full line of medical skin care products - Topixs Skin Care with plant stem cell and peptides • Eye Care Repair - removes dark circles and lines • Nutralux Lash-Growth (thickens lashes) and makeup. Make your appointment today! Edie will match any competitors’ price! Come experience spa quality at half the price. • Call about our featured specials.

2320 Rothsville Road, Suite 105B • Lititz • (717) 627-1567 Rothsville Medical Center



3 Cardinal Drive, Stevens, PA 17578 • 717-336-8198 Dr. Wendy K. Stafford, a licensed audiologist, provides quality hearing healthcare services to hearing impaired persons. Among the services that are offered are comprehensive hearing evaluations, otoacoustic emissions (infant testing), video otoscopy, assistive listening devices and ear/hearing protection. They carry a full line of hearing aids with advanced, state-of-the-art technology, as well as hearing aid accessories. Stafford’s 32 years of experience strengthens her commitment to educating her patients about their hearing health, providing caring support and service throughout the entire process of obtaining and wearing hearing aids. “It is my goal to improve the quality of life through improved hearing,” she says. Office hours are Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., and Wednesday, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. For more information, Shown in photo (L-R): Dr. Wendy Stafford, Audiologist, and call 717-336-8198. Jenny Youngberg, Office Manager.


William E. Poole DDS, P.C. is a full service, patient centered dental office serving the needs of the entire family. By staying current with technology, they are able to maintain and improve your dental health and smile. They have incorporated multiple new technologies to improve patients comfort and safety and their goal is to make each visit as efficient and comfortable as possible. Comprehensive selections of treatments offered include anything ranging from teeth cleaning and preventative care to basic emergency services such Dr. William E. Poole, DDS, P.C. as root canal therapy and tooth extractions. Cosmetic dental treatments are also available including laser tooth whitening and porcelain veneers. Dr. William Poole has been at the 21 East Main Street, Leola location since 2001. He purchased the practice in 2006. He is a member of the Lancaster County Dental Society, Pennsylvania Dental Society, the American Dental Society, the Better Business Bureau and the Academy of General Dentistry. His goal is to provide patients with high quality dentistry with a personal touch. The personal care delivered by the office is thanks to the entire dental team, Brenda, office manager, Cindy, dental receptionist, Lynn, Sue and Melissa, dental assistants and Valentina, Sue, Tara, Sarah and Michelle, dental hygienists. They all work together to get to know each patient so they can better understand the patient’s wishes and dental goals. If you are looking for excellence in dentistry, call for your appointment today. Their phone number is 717-656-2586. Hours are Monday and Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.; Tuesday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.; and certain Wednesdays, 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Their website, provides extensive information for patients.

Pets are an extension of the family, and when they are sick or need a check-up, you want them to have the best possible care. At New Holland Veterinary Hospital, the doctors and staff are eager to cater to the varied needs of your pet by providing them with the best possible medical, surgical and dental care. Doctor Harris began working in New Holland in 2003, and purchased the business in 2009. He has been practicing veterinary medicine for 34 years. Working along with Dr. Harris in the practice are Dr. Grace Amicone, Dr. Doctors and Staff of New Holland Veterinary Hospital Christopher Sicuranza, and daughter, Dr. Diane Harris Tomaskovich. The staff of 23 employees enjoys meeting new people and of course, their pets, including dogs, cats, small mammals and reptiles! In addition to building a new hospital, Dr. Harris equipped the facility with improved diagnostic technology and equipment to help extend your pet’s life. He also added a grooming center and a retail area that stocks a variety of pet foods, along with flea, tick and heartworm preventatives, collars, leashes and assorted pet supplies. New Holland Veterinary Hospital is located at 700 East Main Street, New Holland. Business hours are Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.; Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; and Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The office is closed on Sundays. For a complete listing of details about the practice, please see their website at or like them on Facebook.

Eagle Disposal of PA, Inc. is a family owned and operated full-service trash and recycling business. They provide residential services in Berks, Chester, Lancaster and Lebanon counties as well as dumpsters of various sizes for businesses, farms and industrial locations. Eagle Disposal’s founder, William Deihm, started in the waste industry more than 40 years ago as a helper on the back of a garbage truck. He progressed through the business as a sales representative and eventually started his own company, Deihm’s Disposal. In 1997 William sold his company to USA Waste and proceeded to start another business, Eagle Towing and Repair, while he waited for a non-compete to expire. William loved the trash business so much that he decided to open a new company. Eagle Disposal was founded in August 2002 and has grown quickly ever since. Today William continues to lead a team of dedicated employees who work tirelessly to provide friendly and dependable service to all customers, big and small. To keep up with the rapid growth of the business, and to combat the constant shortage of employees, Eagle Disposal has invested in seven sideload trucks over the past two years. These trucks have a mechanical arm that reaches out and grabs the Toter receptacle to empty it on the side of the truck. Eagle Disposal provides all customers with Toters for the material they are picking up with this type of truck—something other companies do not always provide. Another benefit is that the side-load trucks are also significantly safer for the employees, as they no longer need to get out of the truck to service the trash or recycling receptacles. Another important development is the crucial role that recycling has come to play in the business. For many years Eagle Disposal only offered 18-gallon bins for recycling, but now they are transitioning to 32-gallon bins or 65-gallon Toters for recycling (keeping the 18-gallon bins for those who still want them). They have found that the bigger the container they provide for recycling, the more people will recycle. They like to remind people that the more you recycle, the less trash you will make. This practice makes it easier for the business to keep costs down, while helping the environment at the same time. Eagle Disposal of PA, Inc. is located at 1245 Eagles Way, PO Box 288, East Earl, PA 17519. Their hours are Monday to Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Feel free to call their office with any comments or questions at 717-355-9560 and check out their website at

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Since 1976, Adair’s Brunnerville Flooring, Inc. has provided quality flooring and service. From the beginning, customer service has always been their number one priority. Michael R. Adair, Sr. and his wife, Laurie, along with their son, Mike Jr., run the business. When the Adairs say it is a “family business,” they mean it! Everyone is friendly and helpful and treats you like one of the family. What started out as a subcontracting installation business run solely by Michael Sr., has seen so much growth over the years that they now have eight installation crews. When the crews, who are known for their reputation of excellence and professionalism, install your flooring, you can count on them always going above and beyond your expectations. All members of the Adair crew enjoy doing their part in making your home beautiful! Adair’s Brunnerville Flooring, Inc. carries a full line of flooring options: Carpet, vinyl, ceramic tile, hardwood, laminate and area rugs. The carpet brands they carry are Shaw, Mohawk, Coronet, Miliken and others. Some of the vinyl brands are Armstrong, Congoleom and Mannington. Mirage, Somerset, Mullican and Lauzon are some of the hardwood brands they carry, and in tile, you can find famous brands such as Florida, American Olean, Daltile, Marazzi and Mohawk. Adair’s Brunnerville Flooring, Inc. is located at 1230 Brunnerville Road, Lititz. Hours are Monday thru Friday 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday and Wednesday 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., and Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. You can call them at 717-626-4602. Adair’s offers no interest, free 12 month financing upon approval.

Barry’s Paint Shop, Inc. has been in the collision repair business for over 40 years. Barry’s specializes in complete collision repair. They use state-ofthe-art equipment, as well as using computerized estimating that enables electronic communication to speed up claims handling. Training their technicians and staying in tune at a national level keeps them aware of changes in the industry, all of which is essential for a quality repair. Barry’s Paint Shop is certified by Ford, Nissan, Honda, Dodge, Jeep, Chrysler, GMC and Chevrolet. Faced with an ever-changing industry, they provide an additional area for their customers to meet with agents or car rental personnel. Stop in, have a cup of coffee and meet estimators Wendell or Daryl, and they will be happy to assist you. Located at 33 Long Avenue, Ephrata, they’re open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., evenings and Saturday mornings by appointment only. To contact them by phone, call 717-733-6900.

Harvey Achey Construction, LLC, a general construction company with over 36 years’ experience, provides construction services to residential and commercial building customers. They specialize in installation of insulated concrete forms to build walls, veneer stone and stucco/EIFS. They diversify with concrete and carpentry abilities. Their diversification allows them to perform many different phases of a construction project without the need for subcontractors. They strive to provide high quality workmanship and customer satisfaction. Scott Achey, owner, and Bill Kauffman, Project Manager, have the experience that enables them to guide you through each phase of your project. They enjoy helping people achieve their goals and seeing a project from start to completion. Harvey Achey Construction, LLC is staffed with a trained, knowledgeable workforce. They are members of the Building Industry Association of Lancaster, Pennsylvania Building Association and National Building Association and the Better Business Bureau. Building projects can be a journey; let Harvey Achey Construction, LLC be your companion. They are located at 65 East Swartzville Road, Denver and can be reached at 717-484-0189 or by email at Business hours are 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. PA HIC 010343

Are you starting your spring cleaning and realizing you’re running out of space to store your belongings? Instead of having to decide what you want to keep or what has to be discarded, why don’t you give Denver Self Storage a call? Denver Self Storage offers various sizes of self storage units. The units can be rented on a long term or on a month to month basis. You don’t have to worry about your personal property either because there is 24 hour security. The units are also well lit and offer the convenience of drive-in access. Our self storage units are accessible for customers 24 hours a day. The staff is very accommodating and flexible when working with clients. They are available 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily and also after normal working hours weekdays and weekends. Denver Self Storage was established in 2003 when parent company, F&M Hat Company Inc., began to see the area’s growth and the need for personal property storage. Curt High is currently the manager. He is also the Shipping and Logistics Manager at F&M Hat Company, Inc. Curt enjoys working with people on a personal level to help solve their individual storage space needs. So whatever your storage needs are and to find out about our current specials, give us a call at 717-336-7058. Denver Self Storage is located at 383 Locust Street, Denver.



The Re-Uzit Shop of New Holland, Inc., has been in New Holland since August 2, 1976. A group of ladies decided they wanted to start a thrift store that would support the work of Mennonite Central Committee (MCC), a non-profit Christian organization that works for the relief, development and peace-making in over 60 countries. The shop also supports CrossNet Ministries and a dozen other local organizations. The New Holland store was the first MCC thrift store in Lancaster County and was located in the center of town. After several expansions, a bigger building was sought. In 2010, the prior Good’s Furniture Store was purchased. The Re-Uzit Shop now has over 26,000 square feet of retail space! They are located at 707 West Main Street, New Holland. The Re-Uzit Shop of New Holland is a non-profit shop, not a consignment shop. They receive many quality donations from local and out-of-state people. The shop sells clothing and shoes, furniture, housewares, small appliances, books, toys, flower arrangements, jewelry, greeting cards and recycled treasures. They also have a year-round Christmas room. The Re-Uzit Shop of New Holland serves in the name of Christ by reselling donated items to benefit people locally and globally. You can be assured that when you make a purchase, you are making a gift that will help feed the hungry and others in need. Their business hours are Monday through Thursday and Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Friday 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and they are closed Sunday. They can be reached at 717-354-8355. You may also view their website, for more information about the store, specials and for answers about their donation policy.


“Committed to Quality Sales & Service” For the last 20 years, Class 8 Parts has been blessed with a successful business that has continued to thrive through various economic times. We would like to thank all of our customers for their continued support. We would also like to thank our 30-plus employees for their service throughout the years. Without teamwork and dedication from our employees, the company would not be where it is today. In order to express appreciation for both customers and employees, an Anniversary Open House will be held on Wednesday, May 16 and Thursday, May 17 from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. There will also be a Truck Show on Thursday, May 17 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Another reason for celebration is our membership into the Truck Pro family. Last November, Class 8 Parts was acquired by Truck Pro, LLC. Joining forces has helped us broaden our product lines, enhance our resources and expand our distribution network. We are very excited for the future, and now you will be too! Truck Pro/Class 8 Parts stocks a wide variety of aftermarket truck and trailer parts for the heavy-duty trucking industry. A few of the products we carry are filters, brakes, drums, wheel end components, air and electrical products, exhaust parts, chemical and chrome accessories. Brands carried are Meritor, Donaldson, Bendix, Haldex, Webb, Grote, Trucklite, Class 8 Parts staff. Stemco, CR, E-zoil Products, Grand Rock, Tectran, Hendrickson, Holland and Gunite. Customers appreciate that our stock is always up-to-date and our staff is always willing to help them find the parts they are looking for. Give us a call at 717-355-2833 for all your truck parts needs. Truck Pro/Class 8 Parts is located at 220 Orlan Road, New Holland. Business Hours are Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Saturday, 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Check out our website at

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Hershey Surveying, Inc. remains a trusted company in the surveying industry of Lancaster County. They are rooted in the community and are willing to listen to your concerns. You will be provided information to make educated decisions regarding boundary and zoning issues, subdivision and land development. The process of land development and subdivision L-R: Ron Hershey, Blair Fisher, Rodney Horst, Derick Weaver and Dave Shrom. has seen many changes and has become more complicated in recent years. Allow owner Ron Hershey, PLS, and his colleagues assist you by answering your questions during the planning stages. Their professional skills will continue to guide you through all phases including field work, municipal meetings, and recording of the final plan in a timely manner. Stop by the office at 325 Broad Street, East Earl, at the corner of Broad and Vine Street in Terre Hill, or call them at 717-445-0333. You may also visit the website at They would be delighted to discuss your survey needs.


Art Pannebecker and Brad Wolf are continuing their tradition of conducting professional auctions in a warm and friendly environment at Renningers Antique Market every Monday. From antiques, tools, coins, household items, you can find a variety of items to bid on at the auction house. If the present economy has you looking for good deals on furniture and household goods, stop by during an auction to see the selection available. Art and Brad are also available for on-site real estate sales. They help get auctions ready for sale day and conduct open houses for their clients. They enjoy meeting people and satisfying their sale needs. They conduct many benefit auctions throughout the year for churches, fire companies and Adamstown Library. Art Pannebecker started in the auction business 40 years ago and was joined 10 years ago by Pictured, Auctioneers Art Pannebecker (left) his grandson Brad Wolf. Brad is now president of and Brad Wolf (right). the corporation and also a realtor with Berkshire Hathaway Home Sales. Many of the auction staff have been with Art and Brad for many years and also enjoy helping to provide the best auction experience possible. Art Pannebecker & Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc sales are held every Monday in Renningers Antique Market, 2500 N. Reading Rd. Denver, Rt. 272. Upcoming sales and a list of on site auctions can be seen at or Call 717-336-6983 or 717-371-9603 for more information.


William L. Ives, Jr., is a board certified general surgeon with seven years of residency training in major hospitals including five years at Geisinger Medical Center. His office is at 21 North L-R: William III, William Jr., Celia and Sarah. State Street in the Royer Building. A decorated veteran, Doctor Ives resides locally. He can treat many problems in the office including skin lesions, wounds, hemorrhoids, as well as screen for cancer. Doctor Ives performs surgery for many conditions including most cancers; diseases of the breast, intestines and gallbladder; hernias and burns. As a member of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons, he has a special interest in preventing and treating problems of the colon and rectum. All ages are treated. Call his capable assistant, Janet Sandmann, for an appointment at 717-721-9717. Evening hours are available. Free parking is available in the rear of the building.


Open only on Tuesdays, come to Root’s Country Market to experience Lancaster County’s oldest family-owned country market. Celebrating their 93rd anniversary this year, Root’s Country Market was started in 1925 by A.W. Root as a poultry auction. The auction has evolved into so much more since then. The market now features 200+ stand holders, where Produce Stand at Root’s Country Market you can buy anything from produce to meat to handmade crafts, antiques, collectibles and household items. In 2005, Root’s Old Mill Flea Market added 175 antique and flea market stands. There is truly something for everyone sold at the market. The standholders and owners of Root’s invite you to come taste the great food, find great bargains and have a load of family fun at Root’s Market. Root’s Country Market is located at 705 Graystone Road, Manheim. Open Tuesdays year round until 8:00 p.m. in the winter and 9:00 p.m. in the summer. For more information or for directions, please call 717-898-7811. You can view their websites at, and Facebook pages.


The Shank Door Company is happily celebrating 54 years of service within the community. With a variety of doors available to both residential and commercial clients, Shank Door Company has grown to be the largest garage door installer across the region. The success of this local business began in Harrisonburg, Virginia in the 1950s by Ralph Shank when he started selling and installing garage doors. With hard work, discipline and the heart of a true entrepreneur, Ralph moved to Baltimore for a short time and then moved to Myerstown in 1964. He began selling doors out of his basement and as his reputation for excellent service, superior labor and remarkable products spread throughout the community, the business continued to prosper. The current location of Shank Door, 165 Greble Road, Myerstown, was originally a farm belonging to Ralph’s brother, Aaron Shank. Ira Mast, the company’s first associate, was hired in 1971. In 1973, the farm officially became the established site for the business. Ralph decided to sell the business to Ira in 1976. He remained in some capacity following the transition. Ira placed high importance on thoroughness and continued growing the company competently and yielding growth. Despite a fire in 1982 when the building burned, Ira persevered and Shank Door rebounded and several new additions were built. The success of Shank Door is due to God-given opportunities, loyal contractors and customers. While styles and times have certainly changed from Ralph’s initial interest in doors, the market for quality, durability and function has not. Employing approximately 50 people, Shank Door maintains the reputation of quality and hard work set forth by Ralph. This commitment has earned them excellent reviews on Google and Angie’s List, as well as countless customer referrals. Entry doors, car wash doors, garage doors, roll up screens and retractable awnings are among the products available for residential or commercial clients. If you are looking for any of these products and need an installation team that is highly skilled, please call Shank Door. Their phone number is 717-738-4499. You may also view their website at for more information. Their hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 24-hour emergency service is available.


In the past several years, massage and holistic therapies have become much more mainstream. People are realizing that massage is not a luxury—it is a very important piece of the wellness puzzle. Massage can reduce stress, thereby increasing immune system function and reducing blood pressure, among other things. It also helps keep your body in good working order. Massage has been shown to be an extremely effective treatment for back pain and is often recommended by doctors. Circle of Life Massage & Wellness Center offers an integrated approach to massage and wellness. Their services include therapeutic, relaxation and hot stone massage along with cranial sacral therapy, myofascial release and cupping. This spring Circle of Life will be introducing therapeutic stretch, hot bamboo massage and Ashiatsu barefoot massage. They also offer holistic life, business and health coaching. Circle of Life is exceptional because of their focus on individuality. Their sessions are not cookie-cutter; their therapists take the time to talk to their clients each and every time they come through the door, to create a session that will fit their needs on that particular day. As a WellSpan Preferred Provider, Circle of Life is one of only three facilities in Lancaster County that accept insurance for WellSpan employees. Owner Jennifer Dydo, Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT), started Circle of Life in August 2004. Through most of her early life, Jennifer suffered from headaches and migraines. As she found massage to be greatly beneficial in reducing Shown in the photo (L-R) are Licensed Massage Therapists: Georgeanna Ledgerwood, headaches, she became passionate about helping others feel better without the use of medications. Amanda Shawgo, Lisa Waddell, Jennifer Dydo (owner) and Jessica Rohl. In March of 2008, Circle of Life expanded to its present location. They are currently undergoing a major renovation, Not pictured: Judy Ellsworth. adding four more massage rooms for a total of six massage rooms and one dedicated Reiki room. Along with Jennifer, the Circle of Life team includes: Judy Ellsworth, LMT; Amanda Shawgo, LMT; Georgeanna Ledgerwood, LMT; Jessica Rohl, LMT; Esther Sager, Reiki Master; Chris Dydo, Life, Business and Health Coach—plus four new therapists: Lisa Waddell, LMT; Bradford Nicarry, LMT; Regina Suydam, LMT; and Japhia Krauter, LMT. Circle of Life will be hosting an open house on Sunday, April 15 from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. to introduce their new office space and new therapists. All are welcome! Circle of Life Massage & Wellness Center is located at the Porch & Rail Shoppes, 918 North Reading Road in Ephrata. Give them a call at 717-335-2338 or visit their website at Hours are by appointment, Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

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Meineke Car Center of Ephrata has been a fixture on the Ephrata landscape for more than 20 years. In 2016 Jon Drexler purchased the franchise, although he had been the shop’s manager for four years before becoming the owner. Even before Jon was a part of the Meineke family, the shop had a reputation of top-notch value and superior customer service. Now, along with his loyal employees Chuck Dalton and Earl Johnson, Jon has cemented his place in the community firmament. When asked what sets his business apart from other similar businesses in the area, Jon likes to point out that it’s his personal touch and his relationship with his customers that make the difference. Although Meineke is known nationally as the go-to place for brakes and exhaust systems, Meineke Car Center of Ephrata is a full service L-R: Jon, owner; Chuck, mechanic; shop that offers complete, comprehensive services for and Jamie, mechanic anything automotive. They feature many name brands like Flowmaster, Magnaflow and Rough Country Suspensions, although even if he doesn’t have the brand you want in stock, give him time, and Jon can get it for you. As technology advances in the automotive industry, Meineke Car Center of Ephrata keeps pace with the changes, having acquired the latest state-of-the-art equipment, computer systems and diagnostic equipment. All of Jon’s employees are ASE certified, and Jon himself has a degree in computer science, which he utilizes to keep himself abreast of all the advances in today’s automotive industry. The next time you need work done on your vehicle, bring it down to Jon, and he’ll get you back on the road quickly and treat you right! Meineke Car Center of Ephrata is located at 1040 South State Street, Ephrata. Their hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. You can contact Jon by calling 717-733-4090, or you can visit Meineke’s national website,

MELISSA K. PLOWMAKER, OD Walmart Vision Center

16th Year Anniversary

Many people have discovered the convenience and cost-effectiveness of a Walmart Vision Center. Melissa K. Plowmaker, OD, is the owner of the practice in the Ephrata Walmart, which is located at 890 East Main Street, Ephrata. Dr. Plowmaker has been in practice since 1996 and opened her office in Walmart in January of 2002. Dr. Plowmaker and her associate, Dr. Leanna Lape, provide patients complete eye care, including carrying high-quality contact lenses and eyeglasses at very affordable prices. Along with the doctors, you will find a caring and professional staff who listen and respond to customer concerns. Several of the opticians Shown in the photo are: Dr. Plowmaker, Dr. Lape, have been on staff for 15 years, making them Mark, Tara, Karen, Gio, Chris, Jeremy and Liz. highly trained and experienced. They will be able to help you find a style and brand of lenses to meet your needs and expectations. The products that are sold are affordable both for patients with or without insurance. Many vision and medical plans are accepted. Many brands are carried such as Acuvue Oasys, Airoptix Aqua and Ultra contact lenses, as well as Transitions lenses, Nikon and Zeiss progressive bifocals and Zeiss Platinum Blue Light Protector Lenses. Both doctors are very patient and will set aside time to explain or answer your questions. They enjoy helping people understand why they see the way they do in a way that is easily understood. Appointment times are set with the priority of having office hours that are the most accessible and convenient for patients. Walmart Vision Center hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., and Sunday 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Call today to schedule an appointment. They can be reached at 717-721-6686.


Weaver’s Store started as a little country store in the village of Fivepointville in 1957 when Irvin and Ruth sold used clothing in the basement of their house. Before long, Weaver’s outgrew their little shop and in 1959 added new merchandise and moved to the south side of town. Several additions have taken place since then. Weaver’s Store has been committed to serving the community for over 59 years. Today Weaver’s offers a variety of archery, sporting goods, toys, housewares, hardware, fabrics, infants’, children’s and ladies’ wear, Shown are staff members of Weaver’s Store in Fivepointville. a full line of men’s work clothes and a large selection of men’s, ladies’ and children’s footwear. They have earned a reputation for quality merchandise with low prices, great selections and friendly hometown service. In 2006, Weaver’s added a second location at 182 East Main Street (along Route 23) in Leola. This location specializes in computer paint tinting, hardware, glass and screen repair, lawn & garden products, propane and mulch delivery. The Leola store can be reached at 717-556-0791. In the spring of 2012, Weaver’s opened a third location in Centre County, near State College. This location at 108 Market Drive, Spring Mills, PA is located next to Burkholders Country Market, one mile west of Millheim on Route 45, and can be reached at 814-349-2650. A full line of footwear and clothing, sporting goods, archery, hardware, housewares, toys and fabrics are available there. At the Fivepointville store, 1011 Dry Tavern Road, Denver, visit the café for mini donuts and a menu to enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner. You can call the Fivepointville store at 717-445-6791. The Weaver family gives all the credit to the Lord for their business success and a good supportive team of employees. Weaver’s appreciates each customer and thanks you for your patronage.

Douple Agency, Inc. is proud to be part of the greater Ephrata and Lititz community and grateful to their many customers, friends and associates that have made their progress possible. To show appreciation, the management and staff support the local area by financial contributions and volunteering time to benefit area nonprofits and community activities. They have built their reputation and success by placing the needs of customers first and providing the highest level of customer service possible. The business continues to prosper in large part due to referrals from satisfied customers. As an Independent Insurance Agency, they can help you with auto, home, life, health and business insurance, as well as Medicare products such as Supplements, Advantage plans and Part D. They even offer free reviews to their customers during the Annual Enrollment Period to insure their plans meet their needs for the upcoming year. Their employees live in the community and like to “think local” to support other local businesses, which in turn makes our overall community a better place to live. For those interested, the agency provides a simple, pain-free process for obtaining quotes via the phone or Internet!

34 East Main Street 180 W. Airport Rd. Lititz, PA 17543 Ephrata, PA 17522 (717) 627-3886 (717) 733-8631



Cocalico Plumbing & Heating are the experts you can count on for fast and friendly repairs, installations and service. CPH’s mission is to serve their customers with the highest quality workmanship and products and to be a service-oriented company that is available 24 hours a day for their customers. CPH has been serving the Shown in photo, L-R: (front) Andy Allison, James Moyer, Susan Moyer, community and surrounding Jonathan Moyer, Dale Eby; (back) Dave Beckman, Eric Potter, Marcie Zerbe, Randall Sweigart, Scott Smith, Josh Fox, Regina Hammer, Matt Weaver, areas since 1990. Cocalico’s Matt Martzall, Doug Bernardini and Dennis Pannebecker. highly-trained technicians can handle all your plumbing and heating needs. Water heater replacements, well pumps, water conditioning, toilet and faucet repairs and replacements, heat pumps, geothermal, gas furnaces, air conditioning and preventive maintenance plans are just a few of the services they offer. Thinking of remodeling your bathroom or kitchen? Want to replace an existing tub or shower? Give Cocalico a call to schedule your free estimate or to stop in at our showroom to take a look at the various options you have. Cocalico Plumbing & Heating is located at 27 North 4th Street, Denver, PA. You can call for more information at 717-738-0760. Their website is

“The Energizing Austin Team” At Austin Electric, we believe the wiring of your company or home is important. Don’t let your electrical project fall into the hands of a “do-it-yourselfer”! Let our great team of highly trained technicians give you peace of mind. We perform electrical installations for private and commercial clients, including surge protection, recessed and LED lighting, generators, electric upgrades and the installation of Vacuflo Vacuums. We also offer Smart Home options that will make your life at home easier so you can enjoy the important things in life. We stock a wide selection of Smart Home devices at affordable prices to better serve your needs. Would you enjoy controlling your lights with your voice? How about making sure your home is safe and sound while you are on vacation? Or even having a full home sound system controlled Shown in the photo (L-R): Tyrell, Jeremy, Dave, Ben, Brandon, Jon, Wyatt and Zach. from your mobile device? If you answered yes to any of these, give us a call to see how we can help! When you call on Austin Electric, we care about you and your project! We are here to serve you and make you feel like a valued customer. You can rest assured that we will take care of your electrical needs in a timely and professional manner. Whether you have a light that just isn’t working, or maybe you lost power in that last storm — we can help. We have an on-call service tech and trucks on the road that are bound to be close by. With low service rates and fast service that you can count on, Austin Electric will take care of all your service needs. Austin Electric is located in Reinholds, PA. Give us a call at 717-466-4055 or visit our website,, for more information.

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Newly Renovated! The Hampton Inn & Suites Ephrata at Mountain Springs has recently undergone a complete room renovation. The rooms are now brighter, colorful and simpler. They have a ten-person executive boardroom that is great to host small conferences and meetings. The team at the Hampton Inn and Suites strives to make the hotel a great place to stay and work. The hotel achieved an award for being in the top 15% of all 3,000 Hamptons for quality and service. They were also ranked top five of all hotels in Lancaster County on TripAdvisor. They guarantee you will be 100% happy to stay with them! Fun fact: The Hampton Inn & Suites Ephrata is now owned and operated by Willow Valley. The Hampton Inn & Suites Ephrata Facebook page is a great way to get to learn more about exciting upcoming events, as well as have a chance to win one of many prizes they give away. Check it out at The Hampton Inn & Suites Ephrata is located at 380 East Main Street, and can be reached by phone at 717-733-0661.


If you have ever thought about a career in the art of personal services, Lancaster School of Cosmetology & Therapeutic Bodywork may be the next step in your career training. The school offers courses in Cosmetology, Skin Care, Nails and Massage Therapy. Celebrating 39 years of education and services to students and clients, the school was founded in 1979. Current owners, Deborah A. Dunn and Gerard E. Geist acquired the school in 2002. Dunn and Geist both wanted to keep a quality, family owned, cosmetology school in the Lancaster area. In addition to the educational opportunities in the classroom, a student salon Debbie Dunn (owner) and spa is also available. The salon and spa is very busy with a wide variety of services being offered at about 1/3 the cost of non-educational salon or spa. They are also often the first to offer some specialized services such as Oxygen facials. Lancaster School of Cosmetology & Therapeutic Bodywork has built a solid relationship with area salons and spas and has established an assertive approach to community service for the area. No matter which direction you choose to go, Lancaster School of Cosmetology & Therapeutic Bodywork offers an educational experience in a friendly and fun atmosphere where instructors truly care about the students. Lancaster School of Cosmetology & Therapeutic Bodywork is located at 50 Ranck Avenue, Lancaster. For more information, they can be reached at 717-299-0200 or you may visit their website at

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September Farm started in owners David and Roberta Rotelle’s kitchen when Dave decided to try making cheese. This idea wasn’t just a Saturday afternoon activity. The idea was spurred after visiting cheese makers in New England while on a family trip. A dream was about to become a reality. With a basic cheese making kit and a recipe in hand, the first small wheel of cheese was produced in their farmhouse kitchen. It was the first step in David’s dream to pursue a family business where he could work together with his family and build a business that his children could eventually call their own. It was part of a desire to carry on the Rotelle family name that had served the food industry for four generations. With an award-winning dairy farm, and most of the ingredients in place, great milk and the ability to create and market outstanding cheese, September Farm Cheese was established in 2007. After several successful years operating the cheese shop and production on the farm, the business was moved to 5287 Horseshoe Pike, Honey Brook in 2013. The new building resembles an old country store and features their state of the art cheese manufacturing plant, a bakery, sandwich shop and market. The interaction with customers and community is the highlight of the Rotelle family. Their cheese is the cornerstone of their business. Customers are their highest priority. As a family, the Rotelles feel blessed to have the opportunity to serve you. As they see their cheese finding its way into homes and stores across the country, the Rotelle family has come to realize that with God’s blessing, dreams can become reality. Business hours are Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Saturday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed Sundays. Their phone number is 610-273-3552.

Celebrating 23 Years In Business


Wayne Chapin and Jeff Zeiset founded Choice Windows, Doors & More, Inc. in early 1995 as a window and door installation company. As their customer’s needs grew, the business grew in response and began adding additional services. Choice is now considered a “one stop shop” for all your home improvement needs, offering windows, doors, siding, additions, decks, kitchens, bathrooms and sunrooms. With the addition of the large chain stores entering the home improvement industry, consumers often sacrifice quality. At Choice Windows, Doors & More, Inc., only the highest quality goods are used to ensure complete customer satisfaction. Some of the major brands Choice carries are: Andersen, Pella, Marvin, Okna, Therma Tru Doors, Wolf Designer Cabinetry, Yorktowne Cabinetry and Signature Custom Cabinetry. For the past 23 years, Choice has been serving homeowners throughout Lancaster, Berks & Chester Counties. They are fully insured, a member of the BBB, BIA, Chamber of Commerce and the NKBA, and have been voted #1 for the Lancaster Newspaper Reader’s Choice Award for “Best Window and Door Installer” six years in a row. If you’re looking for an honest home improvement company with quality products and installation and a commitment to customer service, then give Choice Windows, Doors & More, Inc. a call at 717-354-2003. Feel free to view their website at or stop in and visit their convenient showroom location: 550 East Main Street, New Holland, PA 17557. Make the Right Choice!

GEHRET ASSOCIATES INC. Celebrating 70 Years!

Celebrating over 70 years in business, Gehret Associates is the one-stop shopping center for all your financial or insurance needs. Services include offering all lines of insurance (auto, home, business, life, health and investments), bookkeeping and payroll services and preparing income taxes for individuals and small businesses. They also specialize in church payroll issues and pastor’s income tax returns. Robert Gehret (1921-2011), the founder, after being encouraged by Charles “Tremendous” Jones, used his natural ability as a speaker and people person to start Gehret Associates Inc. in 1948. His home business quickly grew through the years and in 1964 moved to 210 North State Street in Ephrata, PA. Current owner Janna Fravel began working for Gehret Associates in 1988 on the income tax side of the business. After being intrigued with investments, life, health and disability insurance, she soon acquired her insurance license to sell these products. And within a few years, Janna acquired an additional insurance license to sell all other types of insurance. In 1994 she purchased the business from Robert Gehret. Janna is a graduate of Lancaster Bible College and Harrisburg Area Community College. Janna has been preparing taxes for more than 20 years and is passionate about helping people find solutions to their financial dilemmas. Gehret Associates currently employs over 10 employees and many of them have been employed with the company for more than 10 years. The everexpanding client base created a need for more office space and more parking. The business, established more than 65 years ago, in December 2010 moved to 322 North State Street in Ephrata (previously Donecker’s Bed & Breakfast). Gehret Associates Inc. is committed to providing clients with the products necessary for their financial security in both their personal and business lives. We strive to be “Professionals with a Personal Touch!” Doing business with integrity and honesty is the standard by which we continue to operate our business on a daily basis. The professional and competent staff at Gehret Associates Inc. is personally committed to achieving this goal. Gehret Associates Inc. is committed to doing business with a high standard of excellence and with a desire to establish a longterm relationship with our clients. We provide affordable services for small businesses so business owners can concentrate on growing their businesses without the stress of the everyday duties of recordkeeping and insurance issues. If you’re looking for professionals to help you with your financial security or insurance needs, give Gehret Associates a call at 717-733-1673. Income Tax Season hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., and Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Non-Income Tax Season hours are Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Evenings and Saturdays by appointment only. Connect with them online on Facebook, Linkedin or on their website, Janna and her staff continue to have Robert Gehret’s passion for servicing clients and make it their daily priority to be “Professionals with a Personal Touch!”


804 Grandview Drive, Ephrata • 717-733-2251 104 E. Main Street, Lititz • 717-626-1516 912 W. Main Street, New Holland • 717-656-0344 For over 30 years, Lancaster County Podiatry has been providing quality foot care throughout Lancaster County in three convenient locations: Ephrata, Lititz and New Holland. Their mission is to provide compassionate and effective state-of-the-art foot and ankle care to all their patients. The goal of their practice is to restore you to your normal health, full function and to your desired level of activity. Dr. Thomas Herrmann, Dr. Steven Kreamer, Dr. Peter Fodor, Dr. Melissa Cavallaro and Dr. Anthony Rizzardi are on staff at WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital, Lancaster General and Heart of Lancaster Regional Medical Center. Lancaster County Podiatry offers the latest cutting-edge advances in podiatric medicine including laser treatment for onychomycosis (fungal toenails), as well as laser pain management for tendonitis and plantar fasciitis. They also treat plantar warts and perform temporary and permanent ingrown toenail removals. The doctors also specialize in diabetic foot care including treatment of painful diabetic peripheral neuropathy and are experts in the treatment of wounds and ulcers caused by diabetes. Ask one of the doctors about the diabetic shoe program, which offers extra depth and custom shoes to those who qualify. Did you know that more than 90 percent of people who suffer from heel spurs or plantar fasciitis achieve long-term relief with properly made custom orthotics? Orthotics can be constructed to fit in most shoe styles and are also used to treat painful flat feet, bunions and a number of other foot problems. Don’t continue to suffer in silence, come in for an examination!

Shown in the photo, L-R: Dr. Melissa Cavallaro, Dr. Steven Kreamer, Dr. Anthony Rizzardi, Dr. Peter Fodor and Dr. Thomas Herrmann

As podiatric surgeons, they are also up to date on the latest surgical management of the foot and ankle. Common foot surgeries include bunionectomy, hammertoe repair, joint fusion, joint replacement, spur removal, tendon repair, nerve release and arthroscopy, endoscopic plantar fasciotomy and fracture repair. If you have a sports-related injury to the foot or ankle, Lancaster County Podiatry has many treatments available to speed your recovery. Let the doctors get you fixed up so you can get back in the game! Please call and schedule an appointment today. Their friendly staff will be happy to help you. You may also view their website at for more information. Hours are Monday, 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.; Tuesday, 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.; Wednesday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.; Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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A visit to the dentist can be scary. That’s why Dr. Jeffrey Eby has designed his Akron office to put his patients at ease. A soothing tropical theme dominates the office, with a blue/green color scheme and an aquarium in the reception area. All photos in the office were taken by Dr. Eby, and there is a large children’s playroom. Each operatory is equipped with cable television for viewing during treatment. Patients also have the option of utilizing headphones, neck pillows and nitrous oxide (laughing gas) for relaxation. Once the patients have relaxed, they can take advantage of the many services Dr. Eby offers: family and cosmetic dentistry, restorative dentistry, implant therapy, crowns and bridges, dentures, extractions, cosmetic treatments Seated, L-R: Samantha Beck and Kelly Wise. such as bonding and bleaching (including the ZOOM! Standing, L-R: Rebekah Matz, Dr. Jeff Eby and Jill Hurst. in-office whitening system as seen on Extreme Makeover), Missing from photo: Barb Browell, Kim Harmuth, children’s dentistry and periodontal therapy. Dr. Eby Jill Beamesderfer and Connie Beck. enjoys meeting new families and helping them achieve the best oral health possible. Dr. Eby graduated dental school from the University of Pennsylvania and completed his general practice residency at the Medical College of Georgia. Dr. Eby recently obtained the Fellowship award from the Academy of General Dentistry. Originally from New Holland, he wanted to start his own practice close to where he grew up. He opened his office at 240 North 7th Street, Akron, in June 2002, after practicing dentistry in Massachusetts and Philadelphia. Front Office Administrator Samantha Beck, assistant Kelly Pitman, and hygienists Barb Browell, Connie Beck, Jill Hurst, Kim Harmuth, Rebekah Matz and Jill Beamesderfer complete the team. Office hours are Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Tuesdays from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., and two Saturday mornings each month. Contact Dr. Eby at 717-859-4170 or visit at

Raymond P. Bradley

Chartered Financial Consultant • Registered Investment Advisor Ray has been in the investment advisory and financial consulting business for over 20 years. He initially started his independent practice in 1994 after working with Prudential for the previous 5 years. His main focus is helping individuals, families and small businesses achieve Raymond P. Bradley their long term investment and financial goals. His office is located at 1081 North Reading Road, Stevens. Securities and advisory services offered through Ausdal Financial Partners, Inc. Member FINRA/SIPC, 220 North Main Street, Suite 400, Davenport, Iowa 52801. 563-326-2064 You can reach Ray during normal business hours at 717-336-0448.

Tom B. Morrissey TV & Appliances is a family-owned business that has been serving customers for the last 45 years. What makes them unique is that they are also a full television and appliance service provider. They have a large selection of top brand name products including TVs, refrigerators, ranges, home theaters, Blu-ray and DVD, dryers, washers, nostalgic radios, TV stands, dishwashers, freezers, wall ovens, microwaves, dehumidifiers, air conditioners, outdoor grills and small appliances. Major brands carried are Sony, Samsung, Fisher Paykel, Frigidaire, Speed Queen, LG, Maytag, Whirlpool, Bosch, GE, Amana, Daewoo and Haier. Tom B. Morrissey TV & Appliances is a proud member of ADC Buying Group, which brings them the combined purchasing power of thousands of retail stores nationwide. This huge buying power is passed along to you by means of lower prices every day on the finest name products in the world. Building and developing relationships with customers is very important to Tom B. Morrissey TV & Appliances. Free local delivery of appliances, layaway and financing are some of the services that let customers know that they are valued. Buying a TV or appliance can be an awesome experience. Stop by Tom B. Morrissey TV & Appliances to let an expert help you find the perfect choice for you. They are located at 1190 South College Street (Rt. 501), Myerstown. Business hours are Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Tuesday and Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Closed Sunday. Their phone number is 717-628-1731 or 888-612-9505 and their website is


The lawyers at Russell, Krafft & Gruber, LLP have served Lancaster County individuals and businesses since 1975. We are dedicated to maintaining the highest professional and client service standards and committed to achieving successful outcomes for our clients. Lawyers at the firm are Craig Russell, Gary Krafft, Jon Gruber, Holly Filius, Julie Miller, Aaron Zeamer, Aaron Marines, Lindsay Schoeneberger, Matthew Landis, Kathleen Krafft Miller and Brandon Harter. We derive the most satisfaction in our business from building long-term relationships and understanding the needs of clients in Ephrata and surrounding communities so that we can provide personalized legal services that work well for each client. Gary Krafft, an Ephrata native, has been practicing law with his partners since 1975. He graduated from Ephrata High School in 1967, married his high school sweetheart, Rosalind Steffy, in 1969 and moved back to Ephrata after law school so that his son, Matt, and his daughter, Kathy, would grow up in the hometown he loved. Gary served on the Ephrata School Board from 1985 to 2001, and many will remember his unique speeches at high school commencement ceremonies. He has provided superior legal services to countless Ephrata residents and businesses over the years and is proud to call many of them friends. Although Gary truly enjoys practicing law, he and Roz fell in love with a community in North Carolina and knew it would be a great place to relax and slow down a bit. They made the move in 2017 but still return to Ephrata on a monthly basis. Moving south meant that Gary had to be sure the families and clients he worked with over the years would be well served by his colleagues at his firm. Holly Filius, Aaron Zeamer, Lindsay Schoeneberger and others had already been providing personalized legal services to clients in Ephrata for years. Kathleen Krafft Miller, Gary’s daughter, also joined the firm, and brought additional hometown familiarity to the practice. All of the attorneys at Russell, Krafft & Gruber are committed to their clients and the communities they serve. When asked how the practice of law has changed over the years, Gary Krafft said, “As time goes by, the law is constantly evolving as a result of changes to both statutory and case law, procedural practices and technology. It is essential to be a ‘life-long learner’ to be an effective attorney.” All of the attorneys at the firm share in this commitment to ensure effective representation for every client. We know it is just not enough to be a good attorney. We appreciate the importance of our clients’ legal issues, but we also strive to provide personal attention to every client. Attorneys and support staff are longterm partners and employees who work as a team to understand our clients’ goals and achieve the best possible result for every client. Learn more about personal and business legal services at Visit www.lancasterlawblog. com to learn more about a wide range of legal issues affecting individuals and businesses. You can reach us at 717-733-9500. Russell, Krafft & Gruber, LLP has three offices in the area. Ephrata: 108 West Main Street. Lancaster: 930 Red Rose Court, Hempfield Center, Suite 300. Willow Street: 200 Willow Valley Square, Suite 209. Hours are by appointment. Early morning and evening appointments available.


Unruh Insurance Agency was established in 1977 by Robert D. Unruh. In 1986, the agency expanded to include his two sons, Curt and Kent, the current owners. Celebrating its 40th anniversary, Curt Unruh, Kent Unruh, Ryan Unruh and Katie Unruh Vang Unruh includes locations in Denver and East Earl and serves a client base of more than 7,000 individuals and businesses. Recently the third generation, Curt’s son and daughter, joined the business. All live within the local communities and are strong supporters of the schools and organizations that make Lancaster County a special place to live and work. The agency proudly represents Erie Insurance Group, Reamstown Mutual, Progressive, Foremost, Juniata Mutual, Philadelphia Contributionship and more. Unruh’s team is dedicated to providing the best coverage and staffs the agency with caring, knowledgeable professionals who help make shopping for insurance a positive experience. 2350 N. Reading Road, Denver • 1344 Main Street, East Earl 717-335-2929 or toll free 877-854-3309


Since 2006, Heck Construction Company has been serving the needs of both homeowners and business owners with professionalism and integrity. Heck Construction continues to stay true to their mission statement: “Developing long-lasting relationships with customers by exceeding their expectations in every aspect of their project experience.” Communication and commitment to 100% customer satisfaction is just one of the many qualities that separate us from our competitors. Having in-house design capabilities, we will turn your home improvement ideas into reality. Heck Construction’s team of skilled craftsmen show up on time every day to bring your idea to life. Your Project Manager will work closely with you throughout the entire project, always keeping you informed of the day-to-day and long-term schedules. With special attention to your specific needs and concerns, your home or business will be respected, left clean and organized daily. From the initial home meeting to the final project cleaning, we guarantee you will enjoy your experience with Heck Construction. Our most successful form of advertisement is a completely satisfied customer and the referrals they give us! References and project galleries are available on the website, on our Facebook page or by contacting the office at 717-336-1020.


From L-R: Lindsay M. Schoeneberger, Aaron K. Zeamer, Holly S. Filius, Gary G. Krafft and Kathleen K. Miller.



L-R: (front) Tara Leininger (Office Manager), Todd Heck (President), Dawn Beck (Project Coordinator); (back) Todd Goshert (Vice President), Butch Long (Senior Project Manager), Aaron Miller (Project Manager), Michael Steffey (Residential Sales), Eric Ackerman (Project Manager) and Charlie Baney (Project Manager).

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PAUL L. GRAVENOR HOME FOR FUNERALS, INC. 100 West Main Street, Ephrata • (717) 733-6181

Compassionate, understanding and experienced, the Paul L. Gravenor Home for Funerals has been a source of care and service in the Ephrata community for more than 50 years. The staff of Paul L. Gravenor Home for Funerals carries on the tradition started by the late Paul L. Gravenor. Paul’s son-in-law, John A. Leonhard is the firm’s Licensed Supervisor and Paul’s grandson, Paul Andrew Leonhard serves as Funeral Director. Truly a family run business, they provide a wide range of funeral services, including traditional burial, cremation, and funeral pre-planning. “Saying goodbye is one of the most difficult challenges we ever face in life,” says Paul Andrew Leonhard, adding that they strive to provide the comfort and compassion that is so essential when families deal with loss. Well into the third generation of a commitment to providing services that are dignified, personal and affordable, the Paul L. Gravenor Home For Funerals helps each family remember their loved ones in a meaningful way. Based on its heritage of compassion, Paul L. Gravenor Home for Funerals, is also up to date on the most advanced ways of helping families with difficult decisions. The York Merchandising System is an innovative way to make it easier for families to select caskets and other funeral service products. The system provides a one-room concept that helps to create a more relaxed, less intimidating atmosphere, with better decision-making tools that are easier to understand. “People actually want to go in and experience the room,” notes John Leonhard, “and they are better informed about their purchasing decisions with this new system.”

Brunnerville Garage offers great vehicle service for Lititz and the surrounding communities. The mechanics, Lynn Mearig, Jeff Mearig, Jason Mearig, Lynn Bear and Matt Weaver, are experienced and knowledgeable about all aspects of vehicle repair and maintenance. Their honesty and quality workmanship keep customers coming back. The full service shop offers battery replacement, tires, re-programming of OEM PCM, computer diagnostics, Hunter 4-Wheel alignment, brakes service, air conditioning system repair, engine repair and all general services. Brunnerville Garage has been family-owned and operating since 1979. Co-owner Lynn always wanted to be a mechanic and when the previous owner of the shop retired, Lynn and his brother, Jeffrey, took ownership and have built upon the business ever since. Besides the mechanics, the garage currently employs several other people including Joel Mearig, store and garage attendant, Pat Graffius, convenience store manager, Holly Mearig, clerical worker, Shianne Carper and Lance L-R: Matt Weaver, Lynn Bear, Lynn Mearig Morgan, part-time store employees. (Co-Owner) and Jeff Mearig (Co-Owner). Missing Joel Mearig and Jason Mearig. If you are looking for an auto repair shop, please call Brunnerville Garage at 717-626-2861. They are located at 1229 Brunnerville Road, Lititz. Business hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.


Elite Service, Inc. is a specialized flatbed trucking company operated by Ron and Lynne Cover along with their daughters, Diana Porter (MBA, CIO) and Rebecca Yoder (President) and their husbands, John Porter (Shop Director) and Ron Yoder (Trainer/Driver). Ron and Rebecca’s children, Kayla (lawn and landscape), Olivia (logistics assistant), and Dylan (shop assistant) have now joined the family-owned business. Elite Service, Inc. is a certified WBE, which means that a woman or women have the majority ownership and control of a business entity. Ron and Lynne built the business based on the core values that they still live by today and have passed down to generations. The four stripes on every truck represent Responsibility, Integrity, Commitment, and Honesty and still govern the everyday operations. They enjoy working with customers and employees to deliver a variety of freight across all 48 states and the western Canadian Provinces. As the industry has grown more competitive, Elite Service, Inc. met and adapted to changes, responding by diversifying areas they service and increasing their customer base while still maintaining high standards for quality customer service and safety. Originally hauling mostly flatbed freight, Elite Service, Inc. has purchased several conestoga trailers to expand hauling capacity and efficiency. Thankful that no one has been laid off due to lack of work, the company works hard to balance driver home time with time out on the road, as they value employee family time. Among many long-time employees, Vic Dewees, Al Neidlinger, Glen Martin, Ron Yoder and Paul Bennetch have all worked at Elite Service, Inc. for 20+ years. After the L-R: John Porter, Diana Porter, Lynne Cover, Kayla Yoder, Rebecca Yoder, Ron Yoder, Olivia Yoder and Dylan Yoder. passing of Jane Harting, who served as the office manager for 25+ years, due to cancer, the company established an annual cancer benefit to donate to a local cancer charity. Now in its third year, the benefit has raised over $35,000 for charity, along with additional amounts raised by selling “Elite Wear.” This year’s benefit will be held on Saturday, June 9 and is open to the public. Diana Porter and Ron Yoder, who serve as the caterers for company meetings, events, and Friday lunches for employees and their families, will be smoking meat and making cupcakes and baked good to sell by donation at the event. More information is available on their Facebook page and website ( As their name states, they work hard every day to ensure they are providing Elite service to their customers. Since beginning the business in 1987, they still service many of their original customers. Their timeless values have helped Elite Service, Inc. build a successful relationship with customers and employees. Elite Service, Inc. is located at 905 Stone Hill Road, Denver. They can be reached at 717-484-6001, on their Facebook page (@elitesvc) or on their website (


Fox Country Sheds is a manufacturer of storage sheds and prefabricated garages. The structures are available in a variety of sizes and styles. Most people think of a storage shed as a very basic structure, but they are also available with custom details to meet many different storage needs. They can range in size from as small as 6x6 to as large as 28x36 and even two-story structures. Customers can select the vinyl siding and shingle colors to match their home, which can enhance and add value to their property. Custom sheds can also be used as pool houses and even home offices. Customers can either come to the facility located at 537 East 28th Division Highway, Lititz to place an order or they can order online at The sheds are sold all over the United States and truckloads of sheds leave daily. Fox Country Sheds was started in 1998. Adam and Jeannie Kontis acquired the business in 2008. They are a familyrun business that includes their son, Alex. They recognized the value of a well-crafted product, which also happened to be made locally, in turn helping the local economy by providing jobs. They knew the company had potential to grow due to homeowners choosing to stay in their homes longer and needing to add storage to their existing homes. Being able to add a single or double garage to an existing property for extra parking or lawn care storage is a great benefit to many homeowners. Locally built gazebos and backyard playsets are also available for purchase. Receiving photos of the happy children playing on the playset brings great satisfaction to Adam and Jeannie. Shown in the photo (L-R): Alex Kontis, Adam Kontis and Jeannie Kontis. The family has a very hands-on approach to every aspect of their business. The owners work in the office daily and when a customer calls, there is a good chance that they will be speaking directly with one of the owners. A customer testimonial from their website demonstrates how satisfied customers are with Fox Country Sheds: “Adam helped me design the perfect shed for my needs. I am extremely satisfied with the knowledge, help, design, fabrication and delivery of my shed. The delivery person was also great making sure to place the shed exactly where I wanted it and made sure everything was level and in proper working condition.” Fox Country Sheds is licensed and insured, which is something that may not be the case with other companies in the same industry. They are members of the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce and Adam sits on the Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Wood Structures Association. Business Hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Please call 717-626-9560 with questions or for more information. You can also reach the business by email at or visit the website at for pricing and online ordering.

Quality At An Affordable Price C.L. FRITZ & SON ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR March 2018 marks C.L. Fritz & Son’s 27th year serving Lancaster, Berks and Lebanon Counties. A few things have changed over the years, such as the name – from C.L. Fritz Electrical Contractor to C.L. Fritz & Son. The color of the vans has also changed from brown to white, but you can be assured their quality and workmanship have never changed. Proud owners Curtis and Jason are ready and willing to service all your electrical needs. While they choose to remain a small company in stature, they can, however, deliver the professional service you will need for your next project, whether it be something minor or a major undertaking. Jason & Curtis Fritz

Curtis has 46 years’ experience in the industry and Jason has spent the past 23 years working with his father. After graduating from vo-tech, Curtis spent many years perfecting his skills, working for a phone company and an electrical contractor. He also worked as an electrical maintenance supervisor at a local manufacturing plant. In 1991, Curtis had a dream of owning his own business. It was a big step to take, but with God as his partner, he has never regretted that leap of faith. In 1995, Curtis’ son Jason joined the business. He has been a very important part of the business ever since. Curtis, his wife Cindy, and Jason are thankful to their customers for the business’s success over the last 27 years. Curtis says, “We are thankful for our many repeat customers and also give thanks to all of our new customers as well!” The Fritzes feel that customers are part of their family and because of that, they can expect little extras on top of complete satisfaction with every job. Don’t forget C.L. Fritz & Son always provide free estimates. From changing a light bulb, wiring a whole house or to installing a 1200 amp 3-phase service for a commercial building, C.L. Fritz & Son can do it all. Their services include all forms of electrical installation and repair for residential, commercial or industrial customers, new homes, additions, remodeling, telephone, CATV, spa and hot tub wiring, generator sales and installation – small portable to automatic whole house standby. They specialize in energy-saving lighting products for home and business, both inside and out.

Fritz family in 1997

Help the Fritz family celebrate their 27th year in business! “Be sure to C Fritz for all your electrical needs!” They are located at 573 Gehman School Road, Denver and can be reached at 717-484-4965. Business hours are Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


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FloorCraft sells and installs carpet, vinyl, laminate, ceramic tile and hardwood floors. Their goal is to provide customers with quality products, professional installation and superior service. Top featured brands include Mannington, Shaw, Mohawk, QuickStep, Florida Tile, DalTile and American Olean. FloorCraft is family owned and operated by partners Mervin and Randi Hurst. The business has been family owned and operated for more than 40 years. The Mervin Hurst and Randi Hurst, partners. owners, along with installers, Carl, Harold and Ivan, each have more than 20 years experience in the flooring industry. Lisa is the bookkeeper that keeps everything running smoothly. Superior quality and friendly service combined with decades of experience, ensures that when you purchase flooring from FloorCraft, you will be more than pleased. Over the years, the flooring industry has changed so much. Flooring choices now are more innovative, durable and attractive. No matter what flooring you choose, your home’s décor will be enhanced. Coming from all over Lancaster, Berks and Chester counties, many of FloorCraft’s customers return time and time again for all of their flooring needs. Give them a call at 717-354-0445 or view their website at to see how they can be of assistance to you. FloorCraft is located at 300 North Hoover Avenue, New Holland. Hours are Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Thursday and Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. FloorCraft is a member of the New Holland Business Association.

“Experience, Close To Home” Thank you to our personal and business clients who continue to refer us to their families, friends and colleagues. We are honored to be able to assist them with their legal Shown in the photo (L-R): Kurt A. Gardner, matters. John C. Stevens and Connie J. Stevens. We have two convenient full-time locations at 109 W. Main Street in Ephrata and at 62 N. Broad Street, just north of Wilbur Chocolate in Lititz. We offer complete legal service including divorce, custody and support, personal injury and wrongful death, Wills, Estate settlement, business formation, civil litigation, criminal defense, unemployment compensation and many other areas of practice. We are a member of the prestigious Million Dollar Advocates Forum, for obtaining verdicts, settlements or awards of over $1 Million for our personal injury clients. With our experience inside and outside the courtroom, we offer skilled representation with personal attention you deserve. If you are interested in seeing how we can help you with your legal problem, please contact us at 717-733-3330 or 717-626-7728 or visit us at and


BOOSE ALUMINUM Celebrating 85 Years!

A third generation company, Boose Aluminum Foundry Company is currently celebrating its 85th year! The company was started in 1933 by Oran B. Boose and his wife, Kathryn. Within the confines of a small frame building, located a short distance from the present site, the company cast and painted small trivets, toys and knickknacks. A fire destroyed the building and a new block structure was built on the foundry’s current site having a total floor space of 2,000 sq. ft. In the 1940s and 1950s, Boose Aluminum Foundry Company grew several times. World War II and the Korean War put greater demands on the expanding market for high quality aluminum sand castings; Boose met the challenge, being awarded the Navy “E” for excellence. Oran had a dream to produce and ship 1,000,000 pounds of aluminum castings during a single year. Unfortunately, that dream was not realized until 1977, 12 years after his death. His wife, Kathryn, and son, Vernon, had taken over the business and were preparing for the future of the company, with hopes of carving an even greater niche for itself worldwide. Enduring many changes with the market and technology, Boose Aluminum Foundry is more than ready to meet the challenges of today and the future by continuing to grow. The company is still family-owned, with the fourth generation already active in the company. Boose is proud of its past and will continue to exclusively produce quality aluminum castings. Boose Aluminum Foundry Company is located at 77 North Reamstown Road, Reamstown. They can be reached at 717-336-5581.

Ames Construction, Inc. is a local, full-service general contractor. We specialize in commercial construction with our own plumbing, HVAC and cabinetry divisions. This allows us to be very competitive and helps with coordination and project completion. L-R: Mark Yoder (President), Daryl Martin (VP of Construction Operations) and With our current team of 75 employees, Steve Burridge (VP of Construction Management). we perform new construction, renovation/remodeling. Ames recently completed the ALDI in Ephrata and the Shoppes at Belmont. Mark Yoder, President, with 16 years’ experience, serving in the positions of Assistant Controller and Controller. Steven Burridge, Vice-President Construction Management, has been a part of Ames Construction for 32 years, starting out as a Project Manager. Daryl Martin, Vice-President Construction Operations, has 36 years of experience at Ames, including his roles as Carpenter, Job Foreman/ Supervisor and General Superintendent. In business since 1974, Ames Construction, located in Ephrata, is a member of ABC and the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce & Industry. For more details, please visit our website,


AFP advanced food products llc is one of North America’s leading aseptic private label/co-pack food manufacturers of innovative, shelf-stable cheese sauces, dips, puddings, sauces and soups. As a result of our seasoned employees and thriving workplace environment, we consistently provide the best value and service to our customers.

Making its start in the 1940s, AFP is a pioneer in aseptic manufacturing and has been using aseptic food processing methods since 1951. Aseptic technology uses ultra-high temperatures and a short heating time to preserve freshness and nutrition. The product and the packaging are sterilized separately and then combined and sealed in a sterilized atmosphere. This process extends shelf life and does not require the use of preservatives. At AFP we have been experiencing sustained growth and continual expansion. One of the most notable changes in our industry has been the increased difficulty in staffing. With unemployment so low in Lancaster County, finding employees with the necessary skills is increasingly competitive. Our company provides the perfect setting for qualified job seekers wanting to join us in this far-reaching industry. Due to our expansion, AFP currently has many job opportunities in maintenance, packaging, processing and sanitation positions. We are working with the Chamber of Commerce and the Workforce Development Board on ways to change the perception that manufacturing is a dead-end job. AFP is working towards changing the conversation at schools and with parents about the viability of these skilled jobs. This is a national issue that is being faced by many companies. We are committed to being proactive and coordinating our efforts within the community in order to build a strong economic basis for Lancaster County. With three strategically located facilities—in New Holland, Pennsylvania, Clear Lake, Wisconsin and Visalia, California—our triangulated placement gives us access to convenient distribution channels nationally and internationally. We offer our customers unrivaled logistical advantages regardless of size or industry. AFP is continually striving to improve the way we do things so we can create a better environment and continue our long-lasting expansion. We are committed to fostering proactive and innovative leadership, delivering market-driven solutions and adding value through dedication to our customers’ success. Come join the AFP team and see for yourself what makes us stand apart from the competition. Give us a call at 717-355-8500 and visit our website at www. AFP’s New Holland facility is located at 158 W. Jackson Street, New Holland, PA 17557.

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Good’s Lawn Care of New Holland is a fully-licensed business offering residential and commercial lawn solutions including fertilization, weed and grub control for the lawn, weed control for shrub beds with Preen or hand weeding, mowing, mulching, shrub trimming, edging, overseeding and aeration. Owning a small business has many advantages, according to owner Michael Good. He is able to take better care of his clients’ needs and wants, without compromising a job well done. He has always enjoyed being outside, mowing lawns and taking care of shrub beds, and he wanted to offer his services at a more affordable rate than the average lawn care service. One of the most effective lawn treatments Good’s Lawn Care offers is the use of SynaTek fertilizer. With the application of this product, customers will notice fast green-up and quick response, an end to unsightly weeds, and healthier turf, trees and shrubs. The fertilizer is environmentally friendly and only requires three applications per year. Good’s Lawn Care wants to add you to their list of happy clients. Call them today at 717-371-2775. They look forward to hearing from you. They are located at 637 Overly’s Grove Road, New Holland. You may also check their website for more information,

Edward Jones is an investment firm that believes your financial goals deserve a face-to-face conversation. Allen Wessel believes in the importance of personal service for the individual investor. Allen’s office is located at 201 East Main Street, New Holland, in the historic landmark, Kauffman Hardware Building. He is proud to be celebrating 19 years in a town where you can still do business the old fashioned way in person. Allen will help you make sense of the investment options available these days. At L-R: Allen B. Wessel (Financial Advisor) and Edward Jones, they listen to your needs and Debbie DeCaro (Senior Branch Office Administrator). goals and offer a personal “diagnosis” with language that you understand. Edward Jones can help you with strategic ideas to build your portfolio today for a more prepared tomorrow. A financial advisor can help you prepare for the future, please call Allen Wessel of Edward Jones.

201 E. Main Street, New Holland, PA 17557 (717) 354-4879 • Member SIPC


Harvest Dental is committed to providing quality dentistry in a caring way that addresses patients’ individual needs. Owner, Dr. Julie R. Lehr, DDS, designed the practice with your comfort and your family in mind. The office provides a children’s play area complete with iPads and a Playstation. Amenities such as complimentary refreshments and an internet café with free WiFi are also provided. TVs on the ceiling in all treatment rooms, blankets and pillows and warm scented towels after your appointment help to keep you comfortable during every step of your visit. Recently the field of dentistry, in some areas, is making a shift from small personalized care to large corporations. As a healthcare provider, Dr. Lehr opened Harvest Dental in September 2013 so she could run her own practice and offer patients individualized care in a comfortable atmosphere. Your dental health is Dr. Lehr’s, and her staff’s, top priority. They strive to give personal attention to address each patient’s unique treatment needs in an honest way that works within each person’s financial abilities. The addition of Dr. Zachary Worzel, DMD, has allowed Harvest Dental to offer even more convenient appointment times as well as additional evening hours. We also offer same-day emergency Shown in photo, left to right: (standing) Haley Leed, Katrina Rohrer, Brittani Sprankle, Dr. Zachary R. Worzel, Dr. Julie visits, along with competitive fees and flexible financing. R. Lehr, Lesley Kopenhaver, Emily Siegrist, Lisa Hrischuk; (seated) Sam Colon, Karen Wiley, Jamie Monaco, Erin Wise, Alyssa Leib and Lindsay Ortiz. Missing from photo: Bronte D’Arco and Tara Bond. Dr. Lehr and Dr. Worzel offer several services to help you smile with confidence: Routine Exams, Dental Extractions, Deep Periodontal (gum) Cleanings, Custom Mouthguards, Nightguards, Dental Sealants, Oral Cancer Screenings, Fluoride Treatments, Dental Implant Restorations, Tooth-Colored Fillings, Dentures, Root Canal Therapy, Cosmetic Dental Treatments. If you are looking for a dental practice that puts you and your comfort as their first priority, call Harvest Dental to schedule an appointment, 717-466-6655. The address is 250 North Reading Road, Ephrata. The hours are Monday, 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.; Tuesday, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.; Wednesday, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.; Thursday, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.; Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Their website is


Have you or someone you know recently been involved in an auto accident? Looking for a quality, full service mechanical shop? Zimmerman Auto Body & Repair, 2402 West Main Street, Ephrata, can help you with either your auto body repair needs or any mechanical repairs or both! Zimmerman Auto Body & Repair is a family-owned business that works for you, not the insurance company. They have the knowledge, capability and skill to repair your car to pre-accident condition. They can handle all repair work from minor to major collision damage to paint refinishing. They also have a Chief EZline frame system for minor or major frame repair on unibody for full frame vehicles. The shop uses a complete line of Sherwin Williams refinish products along with eco-friendly Waterborne paint system for an OEM quality paint job. Their work is guaranteed to the customer’s satisfaction. They are also a full service mechanic shop. No job is too big or too small. The mechanics are happy to take care of state inspections and emissions, lube and oil changes, wheel alignments, troubleshooting and general repair on all L-R: Cody, Dean, Elmer (Owner) and Ben. makes and models. They are also your one-stop shop for sales and installation of tires and Interstate brand car batteries. Towing is also now available. Owner, Elmer Zimmerman has many years of experience owning and operating his own business. He ran a prior shop for 18 years before getting Zimmerman Auto Body and Repair up and running in 2011. Stop by or give Zimmerman Auto Body & Repair a call. They can be reached at 717-733-5841, email to ziabco@ Business hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Check out their website at You can also find them on Facebook.


The mission of the Ephrata Re-Uzit Stores from the start has been to relieve poverty and assist those in need by selling merchandise, substantially all of which has been donated, and by providing funds to support the global program of Mennonite Central Committee, working in the name of Christ. They are a member of the MCC Thrift Shop Network. The Ephrata Re-Uzit Stores have two locations with a very diverse line of products. At 1054 South State Street, customers will find furniture, sporting goods, used books, home school supplies and medical equipment. 20 East Main Street offers customers a unique variety of clothing, toys, crafts, gifts, books and magazines, luggage and dishes. Used books are also sold online through Amazon, Abe, Alibris, Textbook Warehouse and Follett websites through the Booksaver Program. The merchandise being sold at the stores is carefully checked by staff and volunteers for quality. It is also cleaned and repaired as needed. All stuffed items are cleaned per state regulations. Your purchase supports disaster relief, sustainable community development and justice and peace-building work of Mennonite Central Committee in the United States and in over 50 countries. The stores also support a variety of local charities. Come visit any of the Ephrata Re-Uzit Stores, where every purchase is a gift to the world. The Clothing, Housewares and Gift Store is located at 20-22 East Main Street, Ephrata, PA 17522, and they can be reached at 717-733-4982. The Furniture and Book Store is located at 1054 South State Street, Ephrata, PA 17522, and they can be reached at 717-733-4934. The stores’ hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday – Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Friday, and 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Saturday.

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Dr. George M. Georgelis offers families the convenience of the finest quality orthodontic care in the area. Visit one of our three offices and see how he can make your smile last a lifetime. All staff members are highly trained and provide the most efficient and courteous patient care possible. We are pleased to provide affordable prices, a variety of payment plans and family discounts. To learn more about our practice, please contact one of the offices listed below:

L-R: (front) Allison McCarthy, Alicia Rohrer, Kelly Rodgers, Erica Ries; (standing) Megan Reese, Whitney Bransby, October Heiser, Anne Conant, Dr. George Georgelis, Patti McCurdy, Kelly Esh, Lori Bucher and Laura Metzger.

2175 Oregon Pike, Lancaster - 717-569-7090 56A West Church Street, Denver - 717-336-3700 111 East Main Street, New Holland - 717-355-2934


Animal Crackers Pet Shop & Grooming is more than just that. We are a unique experience. We carry live animals and retail as well as care for surrendered animals and sell used pet supplies. As soon as you walk through our doors, you never know what animal will be out to greet you, whether it be our standard poodle mascot, Bill, our pot-bellied pig, Beans, or one of our several free-roaming tortoises. Either way, you can always be assured that you are welcome in our home. Grooming is a big part of what we do at Animal Crackers. Between Denise (owner) and Shannon, we have over 16 years’ experience each and pride ourselves in working with dogs of all kinds. Behavior is not an issue and we give every dog a try. We provide a safe environment for special needs dogs. From teacups to giants we have worked with them all. We can even groom your feline friend, although bathing is not an option. We also keep ourselves busy with nail trimmings for dogs and cats, and even animals like reptiles, guinea pigs and rabbits. We have a small pet shop that includes guinea pigs, hamsters, parakeets and hermit crabs as well as a small selection of lizards and frogs. We carry various dog supplies and minimal cat supplies. Always in stock are our feeders such as crickets and mice in different age stages and worms. (We do not sell any fish or fish supplies.) Not only are pets our passion, but art is as well. What started as a few pet portraits here and there turned into our now-flourishing paint events! We started focusing on new ways to bring pet lovers together by bringing Paint Your Pet to life. Because of its popularity, we now have many different and recurring paint events to fit everybody’s interests! Feel free to check out our event schedule for featured paint events and register today! In addition to our painting events, Denise creates one-of-a-kind pet portraits on various sized canvases. She is eager to work with clients who have specific images in mind. Animal Crackers Pet Shop & Grooming is located at 754 East Main Street in Ephrata. Give us a call at 717-738-8033. Also visit our website,, and check us out on Facebook!

For people with mobility challenges, it is important to have personalized home modifications to ensure safety and independence in their home. That’s where Paramount Living Aids comes in. Paramount Living Aids, LLC is a locally owned and operated company specializing in stair lifts, ramps and other mobility aids. Paramount Living Aids has been serving residents in the area since 1998. Our team consists of George Van Horn, Operations Manager; Zach Sarig, Sales; and three certified technicians. We derive the most satisfaction in our business from helping our customers overcome obstacles. Paramount Living Shown in the photo: (left) Zach Sarig and Aids promotes independence, self(right) George Van Horn, operations manager. confidence and personal comfort, which helps our clients fulfill the desire to maintain the highest quality of life. We offer a personalized customer experience to provide a solution to satisfy every customer’s needs. The major brands we feature are Acorn, Brooks, Bruno, EZ-Access, Healthcraft, National Ramp and Pride Mobility. We are able to beat all factory direct pricing. Contact Paramount Living Aids today to schedule your FREE in-home assessment. We are happy to help you gain the independence you deserve! Paramount Living Aids, LLC is located at 225 N. Kenhorst Blvd., Reading, PA 19607. You can reach us at 484-509-5024 or 800-886-6364. Visit our website at Hours of operation are Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Tired of worrying about the tires on your car or truck? Let Mike Bouder and Steve Frantz of Tire Consultants, Inc. offer their expertise. Tire Consultants has been specializing in tire sales and service for cars and trucks for the last 43 years. “All we do is tires,” said Steve. “Not brakes, tune-ups or oil changes. So if that’s the only thing you do, you have to be the best at it.” The company stocks quality vehicle tires, such as Pictured L-R: Steve Frantz, Marc Rathman, Bridgestone, BF Goodrich, Jason Diem and Mike Bouder Michelin, Cooper and Hankook. They can order just about any brand tire within a day or two. Tire Consultants offers fast service - they can install four tires within an average of 15 to 20 minutes - and free vehicle pick-up and delivery within a five-mile radius. Besides providing warranties, Tire Consultants will teach you how to get the best mileage and performance from your tires. Stop in today and treat your car or truck to one, or all four, for the road. Tire Consultants, Inc. is located at 560 N. Reading Road, Ephrata, and is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 to 5:00, and Saturday 7:30 to noon. Call 717-733-0388 for more information.



Did you know that many house fires start as a result of a poorly functioning chimney? Solid Flue Chimney Savers is able to restore your chimney back to safe, working order without a complete teardown of the chimney. Solid Flue is a unique chimney lining system ideally suited to reline and restore old, damaged or worn out chimney flues. Solid Flue is a registered and patented trade name with a network of chimney lining professionals. It was featured on the TV show, “This Old House,” many times. Through a unique process, a properly sized rubber bladder is dropped down the chimney and spaced evenly. Then a patented solid flue material is poured around the formers and left overnight to properly cure. Solid Flue is a zero clearance liner meaning heat doesn’t transfer through the liner to combustible materials surrounding the chimney. The liner comes with a lifetime warranty. Solid Flue Chimney Savers was started in 1990 by Mark Federer, whose experience includes stone and brick masonry and roofing. Over the last several years, the company has seen a rising trend towards more wood and pellet heating systems being used as alternative heat sources. As a result, Solid Flue Chimney Savers also performs camera inspections, repairs and installs chimney accessories like caps and dampers, making sure chimneys are safe for families to use. They are capable of bringing new life to chimneys that are more than 200 years old. They are also specialized in working with insurance claims resulting from chimney fires, lightning strikes and other related damage. The staff at Solid Flue Chimney Savers is very professional and courteous and will help you protect your property like it was their very own. Solid Flue Chimney Savers is located at 40 D. North Water Street, Lititz. Hours are 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 717-627-5054. You can also view their website at

The Marian Rutt Team at RE/MAX Pinnacle are the local Realtor experts in the Akron, Ephrata, Lititz and Denver areas. Marian Rutt is the founder of the team that bears her name and has been an active Realtor for 29 years. She has developed a 5 Step Home Selling System that sells homes faster and for a higher price with less stress to her sellers. Marian was inducted into the RE/MAX Hall of Fame in 2010 and her partner Phil Rutt was inducted in 2016. Phil works with property buyers, has 16 years of real estate sales experience and is Lancaster County’s only Realtor with the Master Certified Negotiation Expert Designation. Diana Hoover joined the team in 2012 L-R: Diana Hoover, Marian Rutt and Phil Rutt. performing administrative duties and is also a Buyer’s Agent. The team’s mission is to provide superior results to buyers and sellers by providing services beyond traditional Realtor activities of buyer and seller representation, negotiations, lending, inspections and title services, which include professional home staging, out-of-area referrals for folks moving out of Lancaster County, transition assistance for clients moving into the county, downsizing help for seniors and working with clients experiencing stressful life transitions. The Marian Rutt Team is a longtime contributor to RE/MAX International’s company-wide cause Children’s Miracle Network (CMN). They support CMN with a donation from each listing sale to the local CMN affiliate at Penn State Hershey Medical Center. In 2002, RE/MAX also joined Susan G. Komen for the cure in the fight against breast cancer. The team also honors any Seller who wishes for their sale contribution to go to the Race for the Cure. Earl Shirk is the Broker/Owner of RE/MAX Pinnacle. The main office is located at 500 Delp Road, Lancaster with satellite offices throughout Lancaster and Dauphin Counties. Nobody sells more real estate than RE/MAX!


JSL Mechanical Inc., located outside of Ephrata, near Clay Township, is a family owned and operated business. Steve Lloyd began the company with the help of technicians Jeff Lloyd and Josh Benton. Together, they have 48 years of experience. Steve wanted to expand upon his skills in the industry and start a growing company where he can deliver a top notch, quality product at value prices. Customer satisfaction is always the number one priority. At JSL Mechanical Inc., you can be assured you will receive great prices along with quick response time. “Integrity You Can Believe” is the motto the business stands by. Services offered by JSL Mechanical Inc. include plumbing, heating, air conditioning, furnace cleanings, A/C tune-ups, new installation of plumbing additions, fix leaks, install well pumps and repair or replace water heaters. Delta, Moen, Gerber, Kohler, Rheem, Lennox and Goodman are the main brands used by JSL Mechanical Inc. If you’re looking for a Plumbing, Heating and A/C specialist, try JSL Mechanical Inc. You will receive outstanding service from technicians that care about you. JSL Mechanical Inc. is available 24 hours a day and can be reached by calling 717-3362255 or emailing

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For 44 years, Middle Creek Builders, Inc. has been providing customers with quality workmanship in the construction industry. They specialize in building custom homes, renovations, additions, and light commercial work. Middle Creek Builders is a family-owned and operated business that was started in 1974 by Walter Bollinger, Jr. From the beginning, Walter focused on quality workmanship with attention to detail, which L-R: Ryan Good, Walter Bollinger, Darryl Bollinger, established his solid reputation Duane Bollinger, Sheila Bollinger and Dalton Bollinger. in the area. Today, Walter (founder) is joined by his sons, Darryl (President) and Duane (Vice President), grandson Dalton (Field Supervisor), Sheila (Office Manager), and Ryan (Field Supervisor). Together they are three generations providing home owners with beautiful, quality-laden homes, renovations and additions. One hallmark of Middle Creek Builders is their willingness to communicate with the homeowner during all phases of the building process, providing an enjoyable building experience! Middle Creek Builders is located at 1716 West Main Street, Ephrata. Their telephone number is 717-733-8966. For more information, view their website at


For over 60 years, providing quality care for seniors has been a priority for Pleasant View Retirement Community’s employees whether offering direct nursing care, personal assistance or creating a vibrant community for all to enjoy. Pleasant View continues to maintain a 5-star rating for overall quality from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and is a proud member of Penn Medicine/Lancaster General Health’s Preferred Provider Network - a result of the teamwork and dedication of its hardworking staff members. Love what you do at Pleasant View! Pleasant View offers competitive wages and an excellent benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, long and short term disability, paid time off, a retirement plan with matching contributions, on-site fitness center, tuition reimbursement, as well as sign-on bonuses and a loan forgiveness program for health care professionals. For a list of available positions and to apply online, visit employment.


“The Voices of Experience”

In Lancaster County, the name Horst seems synonymous with auctioneer. It’s no wonder, with over 100 years experience through five generations of the Horst family. T. Glenn Horst & Sons, Inc. provides auction services Shown in the photo, left to right: and is located at 50 Durlach Rd., on (front) Brent Horst, Tom Horst, Renee Horst, Tim Horst and Matt Horst; the corner of Rt. 322 in Ephrata. (back) Brandon Pike, George Horst, Josh Ruhl, Jonathan Weiss, Derek Horst, Rick Watts, Jim Rabold and Walter Horst. T. Glenn worked with his father and grandfather in both custom building and auctioneering. T. Glenn’s sons, Tim and Tom, joined the family business after graduating from high school and now Tim’s sons Brent, Matt and Derek are also auctioneering and helping in the family business. Auctions became their priority with the building of the Horst Auction Center at the corner of Durlach Road and Route 322. A consignment auction featuring antiques, household goods and much more, is held every Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. and on selected Saturdays. The Horsts also catalog antiques, coins, tools and guns and other collectible items. There is seating for about 500 people and there are many display cabinets and a stage. A small restaurant features PA Dutch cooking and snack foods. Horst Auction Center is bright, roomy and clean! T. Glenn Horst & Sons is well known for its on site real estate sales of farm, commercial and residential properties. Registration and purchases are fully computerized for fast, efficient service! The Horsts even maintain a “portable” office in a trailer at on site sales. Call the office at the Horst Auction Center for more information at 717-738-3080, weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Times of public sales are announced through flyers and local newspapers. You can also find information on their website at


Welcome to the Revolution Retractable hose technology has completely changed the way we keep our homes clean. The days of dragging a heavy disposable vacuum up and down the stairs are long gone.

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Since the mid 1970’s we have been installing and servicing VACUFLO Central Vacuum Systems. VACUFLO is based in Ohio and the products are made in the USA. The VACUFLO system works by transporting dirt, debris and dust through a simple network of tubing that runs through the walls of your home to a main power unit.

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Call Troy the Vacuum Boy For A FREE In-Home Demonstration and Estimate (717) 733-1680 165 W. Church Rd., Lititz •


With over 19 years of experience in the flooring business, you can count on Nolt’s Floor Covering to handle any and all of your carpet and flooring needs. The Nolt Family, Scott and Marjorie, and their staff strongly believe in giving their absolute best in all the services they offer. Nolt’s Floor Covering offers the kind of high quality service that you would expect from a family-owned business. Their in-house trained installers and friendly sales staff are ready to help you with any of your flooring needs. The Nolts believe in providing top quality floor coverings and installation at the best price in the area. Come see their showroom where you will find samples of name brands of carpet, hardwood, laminate, ceramic tile and vinyl. Just a few of the brands carried include Armstrong, Tarkett, Mannington, Dream Weaver, Kraus, Shaw, Somerset, Anderson, Florida Tile and Morazzi USA. If you haven’t replaced your flooring in years, you will be surprised by the many options available. In addition to warmth and softness, today’s carpets offer new features such as bolder colors, patterns, neutral colors, natural fibers and improvements in stain and soil control. Carpet is more durable and longer lasting than ever in the past. Shown, L-R: (front) Donna, Janna; (back) Karlen, Vinyl is also a popular flooring option. Today’s floors are manufactured Scott (owner), Marge and Sheldon using the latest advances in flooring technology. If your home has dated flooring, you will be impressed at the durability, scratch resistance and life of the “new” vinyl. If you are feeling overwhelmed with all the options available, Nolt’s Floor Covering can help you determine what the best option and fit is for your home. They invite you to come see the exciting choices available and look forward to being part of your home’s update. On January 1, they opened their second location at 50 North Race Street, Myerstown. Their business hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.; and Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. They can be reached at 717-866-6186. If your carpet or flooring has become old, outdated or worn down, it is time to call Nolt’s Floor Covering at 717-733-5503. They Shown, L-R: Brian Miller, Jon and Markay Freed, Marge Nolt, are located at 609 North State Street, Ephrata. Business hours are Monday and Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and Tuesday and Grayson Nolt, Scott Nolt (owner) and Zach Landis. Thursday, 12:00 noon to 8:00 p.m. For photos and more information, please see their website at

(Formerly Weinhold, Nickel & Company, LLP) WNC CPAs & Consultants, LLC has been providing professional services to clients located primarily in Lancaster and Berks Counties since 1974. Our clients include individuals, corporations, partnerships and non-profit organizations with each client receiving personal and professional attention tailored specifically to their needs. We provide a wide variety of services including business consulting, accounting and auditing services, individual and business tax return preparation, tax planning, certified fraud examinations, retirement planning, financial planning, QuickBooks setup and consulting, bookkeeping and computer services. Front Row (L-R) Cheryl Santiago; Cathy Hess; Katie Umberger, CPA; Dee Clemente; Pam Armitage; Our goal as trusted advisors is to provide insightful advice to enable our Elaine Rakiewicz; RoJeana Elser. Second Row (L-R) Michael Weinhold, CPA; Lisa Sanelli, CPA, CFE; clients to make timely and informed financial decisions. We are committed Joyce Hoover, CPA, Principal; Jody Ream; Vivian Beiler, CPA; Leslie Bacon; Krista Shaub, CPA, CSEP; Emerson Paul, CPA, CFP. Third Row (L-R), Matthew Pisker, CPA; Ronald Nickel, CPA; to maintaining our technical expertise and professional knowledge, which Dean Hoover, CPA, Managing Principal/COO; Linda Fox, CPA. Fourth Row (L-R) Eric Weitzel; enables us to better serve our clients. Michael Losito, CPA; Justin Sensenig, CPA; Randal Goshert, CPA, Principal; Blaine Smoker; Robin Dengler. Our dedicated team of professionals is committed to providing our clients with the quality service they deserve. We are conveniently located between Lancaster and Reading at 1360 Ridge Avenue, Ephrata. Call us at 717336-3801 or visit our website,, for more information.

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Don’t be fooled by their name. Melron Industries, Inc. provides complete plumbing services from repairs to new homes. Their services are available for residential, commercial and industrial customers. They carry brands such as Delta, Gerber, Kohler, Moen and InSinkErator. Melron Industries is unique because of their ability to offer customers a wide variety of services that are not limited to the plumbing industry. They have an excavation division that includes services such as shed pads, footings, driveways, landscape walls and snow removal.

Shown in photo (L-R): Ryan Brown, Larry Hawk, Jeff Lied, Deb Lied, Matt Spohn and Jason Eby.

Melron Industries, Inc. is a third-generation business. It was originally founded in 1940 by the current owner’s grandfather, Raymond Lied. The business was then known as R. E. Lied & Sons. In 1971, Raymond’s son, Melvin, bought the business. He formed Melron Industries and ran it until 1990, when his son Jeff purchased the business. Today Jeff and his wife, Deb, who runs the office, continue Melron Industries’ legacy of old-fashioned service with honesty and integrity. Their employees - Jason S. Eby, plumbing manager/technician, Larry C. Hawk, technician, Ryan D. Brown, technician and Matt Spohn, technician - have a combined 41 years of employment. They take pride in providing customers with service that goes a step further than other companies in the industry. In May of 2017 Jeff and Deb opened The Water Closet Bath Showroom. “It was always something we talked about doing,” Jeff said. An opportunity came their way and the timing was right, so they decided to make the most of that opportunity. At the old location the vision was there; however, they had outgrown the space. The goal of The Water Closet Bath Showroom is to guide customers through their remodeling process. The staff will help you step by step, from start to finish. The Water Closet offers a large selection of name brand products (Delta, Gerber, Kohler and Moen). The Water Closet Bath Showroom has got it covered with all of today’s popular styles and top brands. Give them a try for your next bathroom remodeling project. You won’t be sorry you did! Melron Industries is committed to providing customers 100% satisfaction. Call them today at 717859-2271 with any of your plumbing or excavating needs. They are located at 118 North 7th Street, Akron. Regular business hours are Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 24/7 emergency service is available. The Water Closet Bath Showroom is located at 104 North 7th Street, Akron, and can be reached at 717-859-2272. The showroom hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Saturdays are by appointment. Visit them online at


Suzette Becker operates a full service Allstate agency in New Holland. Allstate provides insurance services for auto, home, life and commercial policies. Annuities, IRAs and other investment opportunities are available through LAS Securities. The agency was established in 2008 by Suzette Becker, who began her career in the insurance industry as an agent 20 years ago when her mother, Mary Farmer, had an opening in her New Holland agency. Upon her mother’s retirement, Suzette valued and wanted to keep her relationships with the New Holland community and opened her own Allstate office on Main L-R: Suzette Becker (owner) and Charlene Shreiner (secretary). Missing from the photo is Alysha Quillen (licensed agent) Street. and Linda Hartranft. Suzette believes that personal service must be a priority in local businesses today in a time when internet commerce is growing. It is important that your insurance coverage meets your current needs now and in the future. As insurance professionals, it is our duty to provide that complete coverage at an economical price. We put the customer at the center of all that we do. In 2012, Suzette’s Allstate office was recognized for exemplary service and sales of Allstate products by receiving the company’s “Inner Circle” award. The office continues to offer a high level of service to their customers and is ranked in the top 1% of Allstate agencies on the East Coast for keeping their customers a priority. Favorable customer reviews are available online, which provide some insight to the office personality. The office was moved to 566 East Main Street, New Holland in an effort to provide better parking and accessibility. It is located next to Choice Windows and Doors. Hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. The phone number is 717-354-8119. Check out our Facebook page at


Families United Network, Inc. began operating on July 1, 1996 as a private foster care provider. The agency is a Pennsylvania nonprofit corporation licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services as a voluntary child welfare agency. The company began by servicing a small number of children from several counties spread across the state of Pennsylvania. Initially the agency provided foster care services in the central, western, and north central part of the state. Today, Families United Network, Inc. provides care to over 500 children annually through foster care, adoption and residential services. There are offices and residential facilities throughout Pennsylvania. New programs are considered and developed regularly in order to strengthen their continuum of services to help children and families. Families United Network, Inc. is dedicated to strengthening families by providing children and youth with a safe, nurturing, community environment through a continuum of services, which focus on reunification or permanency. They derive the most satisfaction in their business from seeing children achieve permanency within a family and seeing them succeed. With professional and experienced staff, Families United Network, Inc. is committed to ensure quality service and programming that is offered to their clients and their families. In an effort to continually monitor and improve their services, they utilize a variety of approaches to meet best practices and quality standards. They are accredited through COA (Council of Accreditation) and are a member of PCCYFS (Pennsylvania Council of Children, Youth and Family Services). Families United Network, Inc. is located at 412 South Angle Street, Mount Joy, PA 17552. Their phone number is 717-492-9338 and their website is Hours of operation are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Mahlon Fisher grew up and worked on a dairy farm. Little did he know that an interest in mechanics as a young man would one day lead him into a career in computer bookkeeping and business workflow. As an adult, Fisher serviced and installed small engines, then worked in the maintenance department of a manufacturing facility servicing and maintaining manufacturing equipment. A move to another area of Pennsylvania led to a variety of short-term jobs in the building and welding industries. He eventually started a business building and servicing custom pallet mill machinery and storage shed trailers. After his move to Lancaster County, Fisher sold the welding business and planned to continue designing custom machinery, subcontracting the work out to a local shop. That did not work out as planned, and as a result he helped the local business reorganize their office and implement QuickBooks accounting software instead. He had a few technical questions, so he consulted with the owner of Gehman Accounting in New Holland. After observing what had been done in terms of the office workflow, he asked Fisher what he planned to do after this. He told him, “I have more clients that need what you have done for this business.” In 1999, Fisher began a part-time job at Gehman Accounting. A year later, a new division was started, called Computer Bookkeeping Solutions. The business grew rapidly from a small sign along the road and word of mouth. Soon Fisher was working full time and also hired another part-time employee. In July of 2002, he acquired ownership of the business. At one time the business had as many as seven employees, offering services such as QuickBooks support, data reviews and payroll and bookkeeping. Because most of his business is conducted remotely, Fisher recently built an office closer to home and family in Stevens. His focus is now as a business workflow consultant, with a specific focus on integrating QuickBooks with Method CRM and other applications to streamline workflow and increase productivity. His target clients are those with “beyond the basics” QuickBooks needs. He networks with other small businesses now to provide additional services, such as Sauder & Stoltzfus, LLC, who, in addition to CPA work, also provide bookkeeping and QuickBooks setup and support services. Colossians 3:23-24 is a Bible passage that has helped shape Fisher’s goal to implement solutions that satisfy his clients. Henner Stoltzfus of Stable Hollow Construction said, “Thank you, Mahlon, for all you have done for us! We were searching a long time for a CRM program that would fit our needs and that could also be customized to meet the challenges we were facing with communication both within our team and customers… We are thrilled with the service he provided…” To find out how Computer Bookkeeping Solutions (CBS) can help your business workflow, contact them by phone, 717-733-3045, or email, CBS is located at 35 Mazzotta Road, Stevens, PA 17578. You can also visit their website, Their office hours are by appointment only.

Your garage door is one of the largest and most frequently used components of your home. Signal Control offers a skilled, experienced service team whose goal is to keep your door and operator working at peak performance and safety. They sell, install and service garage doors and electric operators for residential, commercial and industrial customers. Signal Control handles a full line of Raynor garage doors and operators. Raynor residential doors are known for their security and dependability as well as for being the only garage door with a warranty “for as long as you own it” against any rust! Signal Control takes the extra step when anticipating customers’ needs. Now in their 25th year, the company office and showroom is located in a restored 19th century barn complete with displays of full-sized working garage doors and operators. For well-crafted garage doors and excellent service, visit Signal Control Garage Door Co. Visit the showroom and see the products for yourself. Signal Control offers a variety of styles and Pictured in the showroom is owner Ken Garman holding a garage door panel. colors, including various raised panel, carriage house and window options. If your door is an odd size, call or stop by the showroom to discuss the available options. Free door estimates are no problem at Signal Control and their sales representatives will even bring samples to your home! Signal Control is a locally owned business serving your community. They are located at 2255 West Main St., Route 322 W, between Ephrata and Clay. Showroom hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon; and evenings by appointment. Call 717-733-7570 or toll-free 800-285-6826. Visit them on the web at Customer satisfaction is the number-one priority at Signal Control!

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Serving the area since 1953, Engle’s Frame and Body Service was purchased by Joe Stoudt in 2006. The body shop still provides the quality service that Engle’s Frame and Body Service is known for. With auto technicians Jeff Sechrist, Steve Eberly, Albert Steffy, Mike Styer and Hipolito Ramos, Engle’s Frame and Body Service is able to repair all makes and models of vehicles. Complete restorations, frame straightening, minor or major repairs, free estimates, PA state L-R: Hipolito Ramos, Chrissy Lavoie, Matt Wholaver, Joe Stoudt, inspections and complete paint Mike Styer, Jeff Sechrist and Albert Steffy. repair are a few of the services offered by the shop. In addition to these services, body and mechanical repairs are offered as well. Joe Stoudt was a service manager of a car dealership for 15 years prior to buying the shop and is very knowledgeable about many makes and models. He is also familiar with insurance company direct repair programs and will work with your insurance company to make sure the repairs you need are covered. All insurances are accepted and free estimates are provided. If your vehicle needs collision repair, give Engle’s Frame and Body Service a call at 717-7336516. Se habla espaùol. Engle’s Frame and Body Service is located at 60 Bethany Road, Ephrata. Hours are Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

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MINDI STONER Electrologist

If you’re tired of tweezing every night or shaving every morning, or the waxing at every visit to the beauty salon is getting old, then it is time to end the madness and stop these time-wasting, never-ending, short-lasting procedures! It’s time for electrolysis, the ONLY way to remove hair PERMANENTLY. Mindi Stoner is a certified specialist in permanent hair removal. Her office, centrally located between Reading and Lancaster, is at 539 Elm Street in Denver. Mindi has been in practice for 36 years and has seen hair removal fads come and go. Yet electrolysis remains as the only form of hair removal that has lasted over a century. There are a series of treatments involved in the process, but the results are well worth it. Some discomfort may be associated with the treatments, although the majority of people do not mind. If you are more sensitive to the discomfort, topical numbing lotions are available. Disposable needles and modern methods of sterilization are used to ensure customer safety. The cost of treatment, comparable to a hair cut or color at your beauty salon, depends on how many hairs need to be removed each visit. Mindi’s clients often tell her, “This is the best thing I ever did for myself.� It truly changes your life. You can eliminate a daily chore and get rid of an embarrassing problem forever. You just have to get started! Consultations are free and confidential with no obligation. Mindi is a member of the PA Society of Electrologists and American Electrology Association. The office is closed Monday and Friday and all other hours are by appointment. You may call the office anytime and leave a message including your phone number and Mindi will be sure to return your call. Call 717-336-0600 for more details.

ZIMMERMAN, PFANNEBECKER, NUFFORT & ALBERT, LLP “Dedicated To Serving Your Legal Needs�

Zimmerman, Pfannebecker, Nuffort & Albert, LLP pride themselves at being a small enough firm to serve clients personally, but large enough to handle the complex problems of the modern legal system. The attorneys have worked with the judges, the county bar and community for many years. The legal counsel team consists of graduates from Ivy League colleges, as well as state schools; staunch Republicans, active Democrats; life-long Lancastrians and newcomers to the area as well. Legal Services include Business and Corporate Law, Personal Injury Claims, Workers’ Compensation, Wills and Trusts, Estate Administration, Real Estate Transactions, Family Law, Tax Assessment Appeals and General Law, which includes elder law, mortgage foreclosure, municipal law, zoning, employment law and commercial collections. No matter what legal matter you may be facing, you can be assured that everyone in the firm is working to deliver the best possible result for your case. For more information, please see the office locations and phone numbers below.

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Zimmerman, Pfannebecker, Nuffort & Albert, LLP

22 South Duke Street, Lancaster, PA 17602 | Phone 717-299-0711 | Fax 717-299-1092 COLUMBIA: 457 Locust Street, Columbia, PA 17512 | Phone 717-684-2665 EPHRATA: 114 East Main Street, Suite A, Ephrata, PA 17522 | Phone 717-733-8411 LITITZ: 14-16 South Broad Street, Lititz, PA 17543 | Phone 717-626-2088 QUARRYVILLE: 215 West 4th Street, Quarryville, PA 17566 | Phone 717-786-8335


W W W H H RO S S  C O M Henry H. Ross & Son, Inc. is your one-stop headquarters for beautiful kitchen and bathroom countertops in Lancaster County and beyond. H.H. Ross is a third-generation, family-owned and operated fabricator and installer of countertops, sinks, edges and related products for both residential and commercial applications. All products consist of high-quality materials such as quartz, granite, natural stone, solid surface and many others. Combined with our capable craftsmanship, you’re assured of getting a reliable, attractive countertop you’ll be proud to have in your home or business for years to come. H.H. Ross is an experienced countertop fabricator you can trust. On January 1, 1956, Henry H. Ross started his own business. Trained first to build cabinets and then to make countertops, he had accumulated a broad base of knowledge over the years. Working independently, Henry quickly developed a reputation in Lancaster County for quality craftsmanship. His laminate business flourished and soon he was training his son, Jim, to follow in his footsteps. Henry H. Ross & Son made their first Corian top in 1975 for one of their kitchen dealers. It was a success and others were to follow. Throughout the 80s, awareness of Corian increased and so did the demand for it. Henry and Jim adapted their shop to fabricate both types of countertops, carrying the quality of their laminate work into their standards Corian tops. Their excellent reputation transferred as well, and in 1989 Henry H. Ross & Son was asked to become DuPont certified. By this time, Jim’s wife, Terry, and their two sons, Dave and Mike, were also part of the business. At the turn of the decade, Corian sales soared and began to replace laminate as Henry H. Ross & Son’s mainstay. Growth was steady for the next seven years and the company expanded when needed. Late in 1997, the last laminate tops left the shop, allowing us to specialize in Corian fabrication. A new facility was constructed in 2001, our current location. Along with more manufacturing space, we built a large showroom. Then in 2002 the shop was converted to handle Granite, Quartz, Stone products along with Corian and other solid surfaces. We now fabricate more than 25 different surfaces to meet the demands of the modern consumer and business owner. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff will do whatever it takes to make you a satisfied customer. Our wide selection of countertops and other products includes some of the most recognized and trusted brands in the industry. Our specialty is Corian fabrication; other popular surfaces available are Caesarstone, Granite, Natural Stone, HanStone Quartz, Corian Quartz, Cambria and Silestone, just to name a few. We also offer an assortment of environmentally friendly products made from recycled materials. While we’re primarily known for countertops, you’ll also find a wide variety of kitchen and bar sinks. We feature Corian, Stainless Steel, Meganite, Karran and Kohler sinks in various sizes and shapes. We also fabricate and install custom solid service, maintenance-free shower surrounds and backsplashes. The business is currently owned by Michael, J. Ross and J. David Ross. The certifications for all the products we fabricate and install include: NFIB, Lancaster and Lebanon BIAs, Better Business Bureau, ASA. Give us a call today at 717-626-6268 and our staff will be happy to help you explore all your product options for your home or business. Henry H. Ross & Son, Inc. is located at 121 Koser Road, Lititz, PA 17543. Check out our website at Our hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Evenings and Saturdays by appointment.

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“To provide quality banking services with integrity in the markets we serve”... That is the mission statement of Bank of Bird-in-Hand. In an area where consolidation in the industry had created large mega banks who tend to lose the personalized touch of a small community bank, Bank of Bird-in-Hand was opened to fill the void left by the consolidation of other banks. Specializing in delivering exceptional personal service, the Bank maintains a strong focus on agriculture, small business and consumer banking. With state-of-the-art banking technology, uncomplicated bank products and great personal service, Bank of Bird-In-Hand makes banking enjoyable again for its customers. Bank of Bird-In-Hand opened its door on December 2, 2013, the first Bank to receive a bank charter in the USA in the previous three years and the first bank in Pennsylvania to be chartered in five years. There have been no new bank charters issued in Pennsylvania since. Currently the Bank has 338 shareholders, the vast majority being Lancaster County residents with local interests. The Bank, with headquarters on North Ronks Road and an Intercourse branch that opened in 2016, has garnered headlines recently for its rapid growth, early profitability and spotless loan portfolio. The Bank offers personal accounts, including Consumer and Interest checking, Savings and Money Market accounts in addition to Certificates of Deposit. On the business side, the Bank is leading with its Business Interest checking product, which earns interest and has low fees.

Customers come �irst at Bank of Bird-in-Hand. Some banks tell customers what services they need. In this case, we’re listening to what customers tell us. A large portion of the Bank’s customer base is from the Plain Community. Access from non-primary roads is extremely important as many travel by horse and buggy and avoid primary roads. Other banks have tended to locate their branches outside the rural farming area of the county. Customers are telling us that certain areas are underbanked. We continue to look for innovative ways to service customers with the financial products that they want and need, while maintaining an efficient and cost-effective means of delivery. Bank of Bird-in-Hand is in the process of creating a twenty-nine-foot-long full-service mobile bank on wheels, which will travel to various locations within Lancaster and Chester Counties. The mobile branch will be especially helpful in serving the Plain Sect community. Anything you can do in our current bricks-and-mortar locations, you’ll be able to do in our mobile location, except apply for a loan. A number of customers have volunteered their parking lots and other facilities to allow the mobile unit to park for business operations. The mobile unit is currently under construction. They have started the process of constructing the shell, as well as customizing the inside, including adding additional teller drawers. The Bank is currently developing a weekly schedule of the times and locations that the mobile bank will be available. In addition, the Bank plans to roll out the mobile bank app sometime during the second quarter. This will also open up additional service channels for bank customers. The business strategy of the Bank was designed primarily to meet the credit needs of individuals, small farming operations and small businesses, which constitute the large majority of the Bank’s credit applicants in its market area. The size diversity among businesses in the assessment area has a broad range and gives the Bank ample opportunity to meet the credit needs of businesses ranging from $100,000 in sales to several million dollars. The farms that thickly populate the assessment area are more uniform in size. The vast majority of the farms in the assessment area have annual sales of $500,000 or less. The Bank has made tremendous progress receiving strong support from the community, resulting in achieving growth in assets to $256 million as of December 31, 2017. The Bank has exceeded its original projections in term of growth and profitability. Currently, the Bank has 47 employees, all of whom have extensive bank experience averaging 25+ years of service per employee. The lending staff have over 100 years of combined experience. We credit our employees for their dedication to the Bank in helping to make it such a success. We have a strong Board that is totally engaged in the community and have spent endless hours in making the Bank the success that it is during these past four years. The Board of Directors has strong ties to the community and extensive knowledge of the markets the Bank serves. Kevin McClarigan serves as Chairman of the Board. The Bank is led by Lori A. Maley, CPA, President and Chief Financial Officer, and Bill O’Brien, Chief Lending Officer. Bank of Bird-in-Hand was ranked 24th on the Top 200 Healthiest Banks in America Listing, according to In addition, Bank of Bird-in-Hand has earned the coveted 5-Star rating from BauerFinancial, the Nation’s Premier Bank Rating Firm. On Monday, September 25, 2017, 50 Central Pennsylvania-based companies were recognized for achieving significant growth in revenue over the past three years. Bank of Bird-in-Hand ranked Number 17 on the list of the Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies. Of the $381 million in loan originations thru June of 2017, Bill O’Brien, Chief Lending Officer, is credited with originating $293+ million of commercial loans and $26+million of residential mortgage loans or 83.73% in just under four years. His efforts have provided not only first generation homes but financing for multiple generations of loans from the grandparents to the parents to the children. The Plain Community, in some instances, has property that is considered non-conforming due to things like no electricity or multiple use. Due to their lifestyle, many in the Plain Community do not have a credit history, hindering their ability to obtain a loan at a large bank. Thanks to his decades of experience working with the Plain Community, Bill has transformed Bank of Bird-in-Hand into a haven for these unique people who would be turned away by larger institutions for failing to conform. By helping individuals achieve their personal and business aspirations, he and the Bank have succeeded in strengthening the community as a whole.

Bird-in-Hand Branch 309 North Ronks Road Bird-in-Hand, PA 17505 717-768-8811

Intercourse Branch

3540 Old Philadelphia Pike Intercourse, PA 17534 717-929-0829

Lobby Hours: Monday-Thursday: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. • Saturday: 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Drive-Up Hours: Monday-Thursday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. • Saturday: 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Shown in the photo (L-R): Megan Livengood, Consumer & Mortgage Lender; Dale Peifer, Ag Lender; Bill O’Brien, EVP - Chief Lending Officer; Tim Bender, Commercial Lender; Shawn Orndorff, VP - Commercial Lender; and Michael Martin, Business Development.

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Dr. Benjamin F. D. Chikes believes the universal language is a smile, one with beautiful teeth. He is the only full-time orthodontist in the Ephrata Area and has been a long-standing community member, opening his orthodontic practice in 1990. This year he is celebrating his 28th year of service to the Ephrata and Northern Lancaster communities. Outgrowing his first office in 1999, he moved his practice to its current location at 150 West Fulton Street. The building, built in 1901 and formerly occupied by the Ephrata Mennonite Church Fellowship Center, has been renovated to provide a comfortable and pleasant atmosphere for patients while keeping its historical integrity of this fine, old building. In June of 2013, a satellite office was opened L-R: (front) Danielle Farnquist, Jenn Graver; in Schaefferstown, to better serve Northern (back) Courtney Riehl, Tammy Messner, Dr. Chikes and Tracy Toth. Lancaster and Southern Lebanon Counties. Dr. Chikes is happy to announce a second satellite office in Hempfield as of 2017. Dr. Chikes graduated from the American University, Medical College of Virginia and Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey. He also served as a Captain in the U.S. Army Dental Corp. Dr. Chikes is a member of the American Dental Association, American Association of Orthodontics, and SPEAR Study Group, Pennsylvania and Lancaster County Dental Societies. He is also a member of the New Holland Kiwanis Club and Ephrata Area Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Chikes and his staff work hard at staying abreast of the latest innovations in orthodontics. They are trained in the Invisalign system, Clear Correct System, lingual braces, and various functional orthodontic/orthopedic appliances. Dr. Chikes takes pride in his work, his commitment to his patients and the community. He and his friendly staff welcome new patients, both children and adults. You can reach Dr. Chikes’ office at 717-738-4901.

LUKE MARTIN SIDING & EXTERIORS “A Company of Integrity Doing Service, as Unto the Lord”

We are a small familyowned and operated residential re-siding company that specializes in quality workmanship with attention to detail. We replace windows, doors, siding, gutters and do soffit and capping work. We also install insulation and build porches and screened enclosures. Our experience and capabilities also allow us to easily repair or remedy any issues that may be discovered in the Shown in the photo (L-R): Harvey, Luke, Joshua and Josiah. remodeling process. We use our own crew that strives to meet and exceed customers’ needs and expectations, and with over 20 years’ experience in the carpentry field, you can’t go wrong. We have had many happy and satisfied customers over the years and can provide referrals. Luke Martin Siding and Exteriors is located in Denver and we can be reached at 717575-8382, or on our website at lukemartinsiding&exteriors. com.


Committed to building lifelong relationships with clients based on honesty and prompt service, Chris Lascarides is a financial advisor with Mountain Top Financial Advisors. He uses the most up-to-date research and technology available to identify investments that he believes will fit your tolerance and help you reach your goals. Helping you understand the purpose of each investment is of the utmost importance to Chris. Investment Planning • College Expenses • Equities • Estate • Bonds • Retirement • Mutual Funds • Small Business • REIT • 401(k) and IRA plans • Annuities Insurance • 529 College • Disability Savings Accounts • Life • Long Term Care

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By being an independent financial advisor, he has the ability to choose what is best for his clients. If you need knowledgeable financial advice and assistance, give Chris a call.

Chris Lascarides, Financial Advisor 585 Mountain Top Drive, Denver, PA 17517 • 717-538-3920 or 717-889-2010

Registered Representative offering securities through Cetera Advisor Networks LLC, member FINRA/SIPC. Advisory Services and Financial Planning offered through Vicus Capital Inc., a Federally Registered Investment Advisor. Cetera is under separate ownership from any other named entity.


Ever since Tammi Le Nair had her first apartment, she loved designing and sewing draperies. In 1991, she decided to follow that love and opened up L’Intérieur Le Nair, now located at 55 New Street, Suite 10, Ephrata. Tammi’s focus is on designing and fabricating one-of-a-kind couture window fashions. She refers to them as, “candy for the window!” She is involved from the beginning until the end of a project as she is the designer, the fabricator and accompanies the installer. Tammi also offers an exclusive shop at home service for clients so they can see the fabrics, trims and hardware in their own space and lighting. In addition to draperies, Tammi carries hard treatments such as blinds - wood, faux wood and Shown is Tammi Le Nair (Owner). metal; shades - roller, roman, pleated and woven; shutters - wood and faux wood; and exterior shades for patios. Safety features such as motorized and cordless operation are available in addition to the standard cord controls. Major brands include Hunter Douglas, Comfortex, Graber, Lafayette, Insolroll and Conrad. To truly customize any project, Tammi has her own line of custom painted mini finials called La Finial for 1/2” diameter rods. She also introduced her own line of leather tiebacks made by a local Amishman. They include patent leathers and faux crocodile embossed leathers in assorted colors and metallic vinyls available with crystals and monogramming. No matter what your fashion taste or budget, L’Intérieur Le Nair can build upon your ideas for a beautiful creation. Tammi can be reached at 717-733-2463 or you may view her website at Hours are by appointment only.






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Details Hair Design is a full-service hair salon that is conveniently located across from The Hill, at 410 East Main Street, Ephrata. Don’t be fooled by the size of the salon — they provide clients with excellent hair cutting, styling and perming services. Most spectacularly of all is their ability with hair color. The stylists, Jolene Nolt, Becky Conn, Angie McKinney, Lindsey Cunningham and owner Michele Heffner, are the area’s hair color experts. Combined they have nearly 100 years of experience, and they continue their education with Master Classes provided by top-tier representatives. Clients are offered the newest advanced coloring techniques to the most difficult corrective coloring. Michele and her staff will L-R: Becky Conn, Lindsey Cunningham, do everything in their power to give their clients the Michele Heffner, Jolene Nolt & Angie McKinney. results they are looking for. Michele and her husband, Steve, purchased Details Hair Design from John and Jody Keener in 2015 and have been enjoying the challenge of enhancing their client base and operation. They strive to provide the most professional yet personalized experience to each one of their guests. Their goal is total client happiness and satisfaction. If you are looking for a new stylist, please give Details Hair Design a call at 717-733-1071. Their business hours are Tuesday through Thursday 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. In addition, Details Hair Design can provide final resting services at their client’s family request. Find them on the web at and follow them on Facebook at Details Hair Design, LLC.


Hertzog’s Garage & Used Cars, located at 2 Main Street in Denver, is a family owned and operated business. Hertzog’s offers a wide range of services, including general repair, major and minor engine repair, heater and air conditioning service, state inspection, state emission testing and used car sales. Hertzog’s uses the latest technology in computer diagnostics and test equipment. Hertzog’s is an “Auto Service Plus Center”. Mr. Hertzog, along with Technicians Rod Hertzog and John Ditzler, likes to keep his customers informed about preventive maintenance, which saves money on L-R: Rod Hertzog, Lloyd Hertzog and John Ditzler. unnecessary repairs. They’ll even pick up and deliver your vehicle for repairs! Hertzog’s carries Mastercraft and Goodyear Tires and uses computer spin balancing. Check out the selection of quality used vehicles. You’re sure to get a great car, at a great price, at Hertzog’s. Hertzog’s Garage & Used Cars has a solid reputation for service and dependability. Mr. Hertzog has over 31 years of ownership experience, as well as over 45 years of mechanical experience. Hertzog’s is open Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and on Saturday by appointment. For more information call 717-336-8288.

BEYOND THE FORK IN THE ROAD - Senior Moving Solutions

Senior living is one of the fastest-growing, trending businesses in America, and it follows that senior move management is growing as well. Regrettably, most people do not know that a service like this is available. If you’re planning a move and don’t know how to get it all done, look no further than Beyond the Fork in the Road - Senior Moving Solutions. Most services start with developing a floor plan of the new residence using a magnetized grid board with scaled magnetic furniture symbols. This empowers the client to make changes or revisions by simply adding, removing or repositioning the magnetic furniture symbols. Staff assist in organizing, sorting and decluttering the home in preparation for the move. Professional packing is completed in one day by assigning staff to individual rooms and using digital photos to recreate the look and feel of your home. Similarly, unpacking is completed the following day as the staff person who packed a specific room is responsible to unpack that room and put all items away in an organized manner consistent with the photos. When done, the bed is made, electronics are connected and all packing supplies are removed. Additional services include scheduling and supervising the moving company, selling unwanted property, packing items for donation and preparing the former residence for sale. As you approach your move, you decide which services you need. The people we send into our clients’ homes define the quality of our company. Background checks are conducted on each Michelle Cable and Lena Gavin person and training is provided in ethics, communications, safety and working with dementia in addition to proper packing and organization techniques. Established in 2009, Beyond the Fork in the Road is owned by Elizabeth S. Fry and Nancy J. Ulrich. The National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM) has a certification program designed exclusively for Senior Move Managers; the SMM-C credential is based upon both knowledge and experience. Beyond the Fork in the Road is a member of NASMM and the only local senior move management company to have achieved this certification. For more information, call 717-335-8080 and browse their website, Mary Ann Roberts


Affordable Paving & Excavating, LLC offers quality residential, commercial and industrial asphalt paving at reasonable prices. They specialize in excavating, paving and repair, seal coating, line stripping and concrete. They are ready to tackle any job large or small. From driveways to parking lots, you can trust whatever the job, it will be done to the highest standards. Seeing a need in the area for a mid-size quality paving contractor, father and son Bill and Tom Shumate formed Affordable Paving in 2006. They recently expanded to include excavating and concrete work, making themselves a one-stop shop for customers. The change is reflected in their new name, Affordable Paving & Excavating, LLC. Although not all of the crew is blood related, they have all become a family over the years and work together as a tight-knit unit. With over 50 years combined experience, local home owners and businesses have relied on them to produce the very finest pavement. Everyone puts 110% of themselves into the business and each individual job. The current state of the economy, along with oil prices, has affected the paving industry in many ways. As a result, many companies will do whatever it takes to get your business, even if it means skimping on materials and workmanship. Bill and Tom built their company on the philosophy of keeping prices reasonable while never sacrificing quality. Affordable Paving & Excavating,LLC always has and always will use only the highest quality materials and provide craftsmanship that is beyond compare. To ease the financial burden of home projects for customers, financing is available. Also, estimates are always free! They are members of the BIA of Lancaster county, BBB and the Inter-County Contractors Association (ICCA). Affordable Paving & Excavating, LLC is located at 201 Briar Hill Road, Lititz and serves Lancaster County and surrounding areas. They are the fastest growing company of their type in the region! Call them at 717-6270364, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. To learn more about Affordable Paving & Excavating LLC, schedule a free estimate or to find useful tips and advice regarding paving, visit


Colliflower, Inc. “is a customer focused distributor of quality fluid connectors”, mainly, Parker Hannifin fluid connectors. Colliflower’s team of outside sales representatives and ParkerStores, caters to the construction, material handling, agricultural, industrial, transportation, OEM and water/beverage customer. Colliflower stocks hydraulic and pneumatic hoses, hose fittings, flanges, metric fittings and adapters, tube fittings, brass fittings, quick coupling and much more. So, if it’s a hydraulic hose or fitting you are looking for, chances are Colliflower has it. That’s all they do! When you have a piece of equipment, a machine, or a plant shut down, you can’t afford to wait. Colliflower understands that time is money. They pride themselves in providing superior customer service and making sure that your hydraulic hose assemblies are made fast. Meeting your expectation is simply not enough. Colliflower’s reputation was built on the goal to “exceed the expectations.” Every Colliflower employee has the same objective every day. From the team member that pulls and ships your order to the president of the company, their goal is to “exceed your expectations.” Store manager, Matt Weaver, is a graduate of Cocalico High School and Penn State University. Matt has earned the Parker Certified Connector Specialist and Certified Connector Technician designations by completing Parker’s rigorous and detailed training courses. As new construction equipment is being introduced to the domestic market, Colliflower has responded by maintaining a robust and ever-increasing inventory of metric fittings and adapters. Now, with 30 Parker Stores throughout Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Georgia and Florida, chances are if you have a problem, Colliflower has a solution conveniently near you. Colliflower, Inc., 512 North Reading Road, Ephrata, opened in 2007 and is the only authorized ParkerStore in Northern Lancaster County. Whether it is a simple fix or an involved answer, they are providing a great value to customers by providing long-term solutions, which results in less downtime. There is a great effort made to make and maintain lasting relationships with their customers in and around the community. Colliflower, Inc. looks forward to seeing you! Business hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and they are also available 24/7 for emergency service. More information can also be found at their website, Their phone number is 717-733-4040.

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Local Community Banking Since 1881

Since its inception in October 2007, Pleasant View Care at Home has provided over 112,000 hours of service to over 450 clients. The sheer amount of service is astounding, but the impact Pleasant View Care at Home has made on the lives of their clients and their families is immeasurable. Cindy Fodor, Care at Home’s training and care plan coordinator, offers a unique perspective: “I see the positive effects Care at Home’s service and companionship makes for our clients. Family members gain peace of mind, knowing someone is caring for their loved one when they cannot.” What’s next for Pleasant View Care at Home? Director, Diane Jacobs, sees additional possibilities in expanding services. “As our client’s needs change, we’ll keep evaluating to see if these services are something that will enhance the Care at Home experience. I’m honored and proud to lead a team of caregivers who are passionate about what they do. I know they will embrace new opportunities in the next chapter of Care at Home’s story.” Pleasant View Care at Home is looking for dedicated and caring individuals to join our team. Visit for more details or to apply online.


Shown in the photo, L-R: Jeffrey Stauffer, Senior Vice President and Senior Lender; Aaron Groff, President and CEO; and Mary Leaman, Vice President and Senior Retail Officer.

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At almost a century old The Reamstown Athletic Association or “The Club” is a small-town Pub with a big heart and a new brand! The Club was founded on March 19, 1921 and has been providing the locals with not only a wonderful gathering place but also a great food destination. Originally established as a men’s private club and founded as a philanthropic organization dedicated to promoting and funding athletics in the community as well as social enjoyment. This friendly, civic minded organization continues to promote its core values A Private Community Pub among its membership and is now open to both men Est. 1921 and women. Currently, The Club is accepting new memberships from anyone interested in joining. Stop in and sign up, new membership dues are $20.00, and sponsorship is required, renewal dues are $10.00. Year after year, The Club members demonstrate their dedication to the community by donating tens of thousands of dollars to local sports programs and civic minded organizations. A few recognizable recipients include Cocalico’s Baseball, Football, Swimming, Soccer, Volleyball, and Wrestling programs, the Reamstown Park, Reamstown Fire Company and many other great organizations. There are also scholarships... A few years ago the membership felt the need to do just a little more for their community, so they began annually awarding nine (9) $3,000 scholarships to the Cocalico High School graduating students including three (3) exclusively to “Club” members’ children. The Pub hours - Monday thru Friday, 7AM-3AM, Saturday and Sunday, 9AM-3AM. Entertainment includes - Local Bands twice a month at night, and once a month in the afternoon. Karaoke once a month, as well as many other activities. Kitchen hours - Wednesday and Thursday 11AM-8PM; Friday 11AM-9PM; Saturday 11AM-8:30PM; Sunday 12:30PM-8PM. Menu choices include weekly sandwich and dinner specials. Wings in 17 flavors, mozzarella sticks, wraps, club sandwiches, quesadillas, salad bar, soup, chili, burgers and pasta. Entrees such as roast turkey, chicken parmesan, and hamburger steak. *Build-A-Burger, Tacos, Wings and Fries are featured every Wednesday from 4-8PM. Check us out on Facebook – Reamstown Athletic Association!

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Ephrata National Bank (ENB) has been a full-service community bank with a complete line of consumer and business products for over 135 years. With over $1 billion in assets and eleven full-service branches throughout Lancaster, Berks and Lebanon Counties, ENB isn’t the “small” bank that some perceive it to be. “We pride ourselves on offering the state-of-the-art products and services that one can find at larger financial institutions with the personalized customer service that one can only find at a community bank,” explains Aaron L. Groff, Jr., President and CEO of the bank. ENB offers traditional savings and checking, as well as mortgages, online banking, bill pay, mobile banking, mobile deposit, a mobile banking app and business services like merchant services and remote deposit capture. Through its trust and investment arm, ENB’s Money Management Group, the bank manages business 401(k) plans, pension plans and assists businesses with creating formal succession plans. Based on its unique combination of product offerings and customer service standards, ENB has been able to grow organically. It has never bought or merged with another institution. ENB has also been nationally recognized for its stability and leadership in community banking. It has maintained a 5-star rating with Bauer Financial, an independent bank rating and research company, for over 25 years. Because of its continuous 5-star rating, ENB has earned the distinction of an “Exceptional Performance Bank.” Relationships built on trust, commitment and the desire to help its business partners grow have long been a key to the success and growth of ENB. Business banking partners appreciate the stability and simplicity that the bank has to offer. With low employee turnover, business partners are able to work with experienced lenders, with long tenure at the bank, who are committed to getting to know both them and their business. ENB’s main focus is to offer simple, straight-forward banking products that are easy to understand. The bank knows that by providing their customers with low-fees, quick response and straight-forward products it can take the guesswork out of banking, so that the focus can be where it should be… growing business. Groff added, “Each employee understands our profound role in our communities as stewards of the community’s money. We understand that when our customers provide us deposits or request loans from us, they are asking us to help them manage their most precious asset. We respect the responsibility that they give us, and I think our customers truly feel the difference in the way they are treated here at ENB.” For more information on Ephrata National Bank, including office locations, visit

ACR Metal Roofing & Siding Company was founded in 1998 in Leesport, Pennsylvania by Neil and Lisa Drebushenko. Both had been employed by a metal roofing and siding manufacturer since 1991, and they saw a need for a company that would provide quality materials, great service and one that would put the customer first. ACR is dedicated to the idea of providing contractors, businesses and home owners with metal roofing and related products along with the knowledge to fulfill their wants and needs at an affordable price. Service is our top priority. We can find the product that no one else can! Our knowledgeable, professional and friendly staff will help educate, inspire and problem solve for our customers. Now located near Rehrsburg Berks County, PA we service the Northeast and Mid Atlantic states including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, New York and all of New England. Though we have grown a lot since those early days, ACR has kept the original idea that the customer is the most important part of their business. ACR offers a full range of products to meet our customer’s needs. We ensure top quality products by using the best manufacturers such as Fabral, American Building Components, Central States Manufacturing, McElroy, Allmet, Gerard, Atas and Quality Edge. In addition to metal, we carry trusses, lumber, sliding door track & accessories, cupolas and our newest line - Tilcor Stone Coated Lifetime Shingles, and also ventilation products such as Soffit and Fascia. If you want quality products at a low cost , come visit our showroom and see what we have to offer at: 5278 Route 419 Womelsdorf, PA 19567. We are open Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (Saturday by appointment). Feel free to call us at 800-325-1247 or 717-933-7044 or visit our website at



Weaver Group Services is a family-run establishment, providing the community we love with the best possible services. We are a onestop shop for all of your professional needs. Our team is led by manager Philip Weaver (Tax Preparer, Notary, Insurance Agent, Property Manager) and includes Stephanie Kennedy (Notary and Insurance Agent), Carl Cobb (Tax Preparer) and Dorothy Harnish (Tax Preparer). With Weaver Group Services being run by family for many years, Philip continues to grow the business, motivated by the pride of carrying on the family name. “Phil takes the extra time to get to know his customers’ needs and requirements. From what I have seen he does not try to sell you more than you need. Very trustworthy.” (Bear’s Lock and Key - customer testimony.) Being a one-stop shop, we have a lot of opportunity to service diverse client needs. We like the fact that people come in for a title transfer and are happy to hear “Yes, we can notarize that and fax it for you” so they do not need to add another stop on their to-do list. Our services include Notary, Title Transfers, Insurance Services, Real Estate, Property Management and Tax Preparation. Major brands featured include Mapfre, Kemper, Progressive, ASI, Farmers Fire, Safeco, Liberty Mutual, Travelers and many more. We are always adding new companies to quote, to get our customers the best price for the best coverage. Contact Weaver Group Services today to get a free estimate. Give us a call at 717-3544361. We are located at 116 E. Main Street, New Holland, PA 17557. Our hours of operation are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Visit our website at

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Want to give your car a whole new look? Or your vehicle has problems that are difficult to diagnose? Something that no one else can fix? No matter the situation, head right over to Westy’s Speed Shop, the onestop shop for all your automotive needs. Conveniently located in Ephrata, Westy’s Speed Shop is a fullservice automotive shop offering specialized and customized fabrication for hotrod performance automobiles. They do full builds including custom sheet metal, chassis fabrication, custom turbo setups, TIG welding, roll cages, exhaust, paint and racecar fabrication. Vehicle expert Brian Westhafer opened the business in the fall of 2016. As owner of Westy’s Speed Shop, Brian brings 30 years of experience in the field to his business, including experience on a History Channel reality show. The driving force behind his work is his love of all things automotive and his desire to do things right the first time. Brian gets satisfaction out of doing a precise and thorough job, as he refuses to cut corners. Stop by Westy’s Speed Shop, located at 754 East Main Street in Ephrata (behind Hagy Auto Parts), or give them a call at 717-269-0203. Their hours are Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.


Leid, Lorah & Company, P.C. has been providing professional accounting and tax services for more than 50 years for the business community along with personal income tax planning and preparation for the general public. In addition, the accounting firm provides consulting and payroll services for businesses of all sizes. The firm is located at 117 North Sixth Street in Denver and has a second office at L-R: (seated) Tracey Shultz, Lynette Lutz and Alison Fetter; 180 West Airport Road in Lititz. (standing) Leann Hurst, Timothy Sweigart, Michael Leid, Consider Leid, Lorah & Jeanette Leid, Joe Yetter and John Lorah. Company, P.C. when looking Missing from the photo are: Jessica Orbach, Kelly Frederick, Barb Fetter, Krickett Yetter and Lesley Bashore. for quality public accounting and tax services. Check out their website at or call them at 717-3362891 for more information. Office hours at the Denver office are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and evenings and Saturdays by appointment. Office hours at the Lititz office during tax season are Monday and Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Tuesday through Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Saturdays 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.


What sets Adamstown Veterinary Hospital (AVH) apart from other veterinary hospitals? AVH’s compassionate care focuses on the patient and the client; they treat them like family and accommodate their needs. AVH believes in a team approach when caring for your pet. The staff works together from your initial phone call, to your hospital stay or appointment, throughout your exam with the doctor or surgery, and you will even hear from them the next day for a quick “hello.” All team members have laughed, cried and celebrated both good times and bad with our clients. The team of AVH has always gone the extra mile to educate a client or just call and check in on “Frankie” the day after he was discharged from surgery. Team AVH is always available to answer client questions or concerns. Adamstown Veterinary Hospital is a full service small animal hospital, including routine surgery, orthopedic surgery, dental therapies, acupuncture and cold laser. AVH has served the community for over thirty years. They are accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) since 1987. AVH willingly undergoes a rigorous inspection by the AAHA organization including everything from dentistry to contagious disease. Only 3,700 veterinary hospitals in the United States are accredited with this prestigious award. The entire team of Adamstown Veterinary Hospital looks forward to bonding with you and your pet! Visit their office at 2481 North Reading Road, Denver. Business hours are Monday through Thursday 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Friday 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., and Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Their phone number is 717-484-0440 or visit on the web,


Celebrating 25 Years!

Berlanco Insurance Agency is your ONE stop shopping place for: • Automobile • Homeowners/Renters • Life Insurance • Business Insurance • Travel Insurance

L-R: (front) Joanne, Office Manager; Tonya, Commercial Lines Customer Service Agent; Barbara, Administrative Project Manager; (back) Leslie, Personal Lines Customer Service Agent; Jay, Owner; and Tamika, Customer Sales & Service Advocate.

You may know the name Rohrer from the quarry and concrete business, but did you know they also have another related business? Rohrer’s Service Center offers service for heavy equipment, cars, trucks and RVs. Their spacious shop is well suited for servicing vehicles of any size. It has 10 large bays with multiple lifts, an overhead crane and two wash bays with high ceilings. They understand that a business needs reliable and timely service when a critical piece of equipment needs repairs or needs to be pulled out for service. The mechanics are always ready to keep your vehicles on the go. Rohrer’s Service Center was started in 1997 when the Rohrers had to build a bigger shop to accommodate their own fleet maintenance. They thought it would also be an opportune time to offer their services to the public. Within four years, additional space was needed and a total of 12 mechanics were hired to work at the center. Tim Rohrer and Travis Rohrer are the current owners and take pride in running this third-generation business. There is interest from fourth-generation family to become involved with the business. Each of the owners grew up in the business and worked their way up to management and supervising. If you want expert care for all your truck and automotive needs, please call 717-626-9756. Business hours are Monday through Friday, 6:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. More information can be found on their website,

Berlanco proudly represents Erie Insurance Group. We are known for our outstanding customer service and have been providing insurance services to Lancaster and Berks Counties since 1993. 1160 S. State Street (Route 272), Ephrata, PA 17522 Toll Free: 800.859.1922 • 717.859.1922 • Fax: 717.859.1795 •


According to John Raber, running a small business that is family owned and operated is the only way to go. When Raber’s Tires opened their doors in 2008, John and his son Jarren worked together to do whatever it took to bring customers satisfaction. Their dedication to this principle caused the business to grow in leaps and bounds, bringing John and Jarren to the point where they couldn’t keep up anymore. John decided to hire his nephew, Jeff Mast. With the help of another family member, Raber’s Tires is ready to help and satisfy even more customers, without having to sacrifice their desire to remain family owned and operated. John started his career at the age of 21 in a family owned and operated retail tire shop. The business was owned by John’s brother-in-law. “It’s been a blessing to work with family members,” comments John. For three years, John continued to work with his brother-in-law as a shop foreman. In 1997, John opened his own tire shop in Cambridge, Ohio. Under the clear leading of God, John and his family moved to Ephrata in 2008. Raber’s Tires opened in the spring of the same year. Upon opening, John wanted to reflect his family’s desire to honor and glorify God in everything they did, including changing tires. This desire hasn’t changed as they still seek to serve Him, as they serve you. They thank and glorify God for prospering His business abundantly. John characterizes the tire business as hard work, but also very satisfying and enjoyable. He always looks forward to the next day at work. “None too big and none small, we do them all” describes the tire inventory available to customers. Passenger, light truck, farm, lawn and semi-tires are available for purchase. Raber’s features Yokohama brand tires. Yokohama offers a full range of styles and sizes and with factory direct ordering Raber’s is (L-R): Rich, Puffer, Jarren, John, Joe, Justin and Ray. Missing from photo is Johnny. able to offer this great brand of tires at amazing prices. They also carry many other major tire brands such as Bridgestone, Firestone, Michelin and Goodyear. Also, if you are looking for low cost tires, Raber’s Tires has them as well. They always try to keep economy level tires in stock. Super Savings are also offered on all name brand tires. At Raber’s Tires, “Service Sells and Quality Tells.” The Raber team also mounts and balances all tires purchased for free. Service to customers is always the number one priority. If you are looking for unbeatable prices, as well as quality tires and service, stop by Raber’s Tires at 743 East Main Street, Ephrata. Business Hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. They can be reached at 717-738-1636.

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A Place to Be Yourself and Celebrate Your Life

Ephrata Manor serves older adults with a variety of living arrangements to meet each individual’s present and future needs. With 60 independent living apartments, 48 personal care units and 120 skilled nursing beds, Ephrata Manor can provide a continuum of care with no long-term leases or entrance fees...a unique and attractive alternative to the significant cost of buying into a life care community. Cozy apartments afford freedom from worries of home ownership, allowing residents carefree living and peace of mind for enjoyment of their retirement years. Ephrata Manor’s lovely private personal care accommodations are available to those in need of support with every day tasks. Newly renovated nursing units assure that medical needs are met in an attractive, modern homelike environment. All variety of living arrangements are under one roof at 99 Bethany Road in Ephrata, PA. Our goal is to provide an environment where one can pursue current interests and continue to engage in life-long routines to the greatest extent possible. For further information, please contact Ephrata Manor at 717-738-4940.


Brookstone Industries LLC believes that helping customers grow their businesses is the key to success. Sheet metal is how we do it. We strive for quick turnaround and to exceed a high standard of workmanship and quality. With quality work in mind, you can rest assured that the metal you receive was put together by people who have long-term experience and are experts in their trade. We also pride ourselves in being able to provide customized solutions for all projects, big or small. Brookstone Industries was formed in July 2016 after a few local businessmen acquired Kulp’s Sheet Metal Inc. Herschel Miller, now COO and General Manager of Brookstone Industries, continues to grow the company significantly in the areas of HVAC duct fabrication and sheet metal solutions. The team at Brookstone holds a collective 80 years of experience in metal fabrication and continues to pursue excellence in the field. As a team, they are skilled in industrial and commercial metal HVAC fabrication, welding solutions for sheet metal, HVAC estimating and strong customer service. Herschel Miller has sales experience in the electrical trade field and graduated from Grove City College with a degree in business management. Dan Heller and Kevin Ream bring to the table their business experience in many similar partnerships, and Jim Turner, Production Supervisor, is seasoned with over 20 years’ Shown in the photo, left to right are: Herschel Miller, COO, and experience in metalworking. Jim Turner, Production Supervisor. Customer satisfaction is the primary aim of Brookstone Industries. We trace our success back to our small business roots, where hard work, unique skills and innovative ideas have produced quality products and long-standing relationships with our clients. This is the same commitment we will carry into our future as a company. We are passionate about focusing on our core values and helping others by giving back to the community. Brookstone Industries LLC is located at 161 Zooks Mill Road in Ephrata. You can reach us at 717-859-3340. Also visit our website, Hours of operation are 6:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

HERITAGE DESIGN INTERIORS Specializing in Window Treatments & Home Décor

Are you looking for quality custom window treatments, bedding and home décor? Feeling overwhelmed with selection, measurement and functionality? Let the designers at Heritage Design Interiors create the look and feel you are striving for with quality affordable home furnishings. With over 27 years of experience they will select, coordinate, measure, fabricate and install your window treatments. With over 1000 sample books, they can enhance your windows and walls, by coordinating the patterns, colors and styles that best fit your wants and needs. At Heritage Design, they can work with your existing décor or start fresh. They will coordinate the selections in your home using your home’s lighting, which is very important when finalizing colors. Stop by their showroom and store. They have beautiful window treatment ideas, blind and shade samples to help you make the best choices for your home. They offer many price ranges for L-R: (front) Michelle Spina and Pam Leisey; valances, draperies, bedding, shutters (back) Marcie Kaufman and Anita Yoder. and blinds to meet your budget and your colors and styles. Where do I go for great accessories, artwork, mirrors and floral designs for my home? Stop by and enjoy their large selections to help finish your room. They also offer the service of accessorizing your home. A designer will come to your home and suggest ideas, then bring accessories to your home. Heritage Design’s building was built in the 1800s, which provides the perfect setting for decorating; six fireplaces, open staircase, beautiful trim and charm. Since floral designs are made on location, you can have a custom one made just for you or take one home to enjoy right away. They have a great selection of artwork and mirrors to enhance your walls. Stop by and discover this hidden treasure! Are you adding onto your home or building a new home? They can help avoid costly mistakes and take the stress out of the many decisions that need to be made. They will work with your builder to coordinate everything from flooring, paint colors, lighting and plumbing fixtures, cabinetry, hardware, countertops, exterior selections and more. Every year since 1991, Heritage Design’s models have won the “Best of Show” and “Best Decorated” awards in the Lancaster Parade of Homes tour. Large or small decorating projects? They can help. They customize their service to your needs. Call them at 717-354-2233 or stop by the studio located at 1064 East Main Street in the town of Blue Ball, just west of the Route 23 and 322 intersection. The store hours are Monday thru Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The drive to Heritage Design is worth the time to discover this hidden treasure that serves Berks, Chester, Lancaster counties and surrounding areas.



Wolf and Kline Property Management, Inc.’s in-depth industry knowledge, combined with a great sense of personal responsibility to their clients, allows Wolf and Kline Property Management to be one of the best property management agencies in the area. Their positive and friendly staff strive to help property owners and tenants in a professional manner and they take pride in making sure that both the owner of the property and the tenant are being treated with fairness and honesty. They possess an unparalleled record for locating qualified tenants and placing them quickly in homes that match their needs. The Wolf and Kline Property Management firm was founded by real estate agents George Wolf and Roger Kline in 1987. Presently, Jason R. Kline and Keith R. Weaver are the co-owners and have led the company to significant growth. Kline and Weaver and their staff never lose sight of the fact that the center of their success is the way to treat tenants and owners. Honesty, integrity, passion and attention to detail are core values of how business is conducted at Wolf and Kline Property Management. Whether you are looking for a place to rent or you are a property owner looking to rent out a property, give Wolf and Kline Property Management a call Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at 717-859-2010 or stop in to visit. They are located at 1018 Main Street, Akron. For further information about their services or for a detailed listing with photos of properties available, please visit their website at

A One-Stop Shop For Your Driving Needs Lancaster County Career & Technology Center, LCCTC, is a one-stop shop for those looking to get their driver license. LCCTC offers: Online Training The web-based online course meets Pennsylvania Department of Education regulations and insurance industry requirements. Behind the Wheel Behind the Wheel training consists of six-hours of actual driving with instruction in a dual-controlled car provided by LCCTC. Instruction is scheduled on an individual basis; all instructors are PA certified and work around the student’s schedule. Eligible students must be 16 years or older and have a learner’s permit or license. Students who successfully complete the online training and the six-hours behind the wheel will receive certificates. Both certificates are required by most insurance companies for a reduction in insurance premiums. Driver License Testing Center A PennDOT authorized Driver License Testing Center is located on the LCCTC Brownstown Campus, 231 Snyder Road near Ephrata. The site is open Tuesday through Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. An appointment is required and can be arranged by calling 717-859-5102. While there is no charge for taking a driving skill test at PennDOT Driver License Center, LCCTC charges for both the test and re-test if one is needed. The test administered at LCCTC is identical to the ones given at PennDOT licensing centers. For more information about online training, behind the wheel and driving test costs, visit services/driver-education-training or call 717-859-5102.


For the last 31 years, C&S Furniture has been offering customers select solid hardwood furniture, custom kitchens and bathrooms that are built to last a lifetime. Their custom kitchens and bathrooms are available in a wide variety of materials and finishes. Please come browse their complete showroom, which is located in a renovated early 1900s bank barn at 422 Weaverland Valley Road, East Earl, for a free consultation. C&S Furniture offers the best in selection, service and quality. You will be amazed by all the different pieces C&S Furniture has to offer! • Bedroom Suites • Hutches • Dining Sets • Vanities • Custom Kitchens • Custom Bathrooms In 2007, Cleason H. Reiff, desiring to spend more time with his family, saw the need for an occupation at home. He acquired his family’s handcrafted furniture business that was started by his father in the early 1980s. Cleason is now the third generation of his family to be in business, following in the footsteps of his father, Clarence, and his Grandpa Hoover. Brothers Anthony and Linford Reiff are also involved in the business, making it 100% family-owned. The family is committed to meeting the needs of each customer, and they want to make sure every customer is 100% satisfied with their product. If you are looking for furniture that you will love and that can be passed on for generations to come, stop by C&S Furniture. If it is time to remodel your kitchen or bathroom, come see all the choices available or what they can create for you. Business hours are Monday through Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. They are closed on Sundays. The business can be reached at 717-445-6978.

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The Ephrata Public Library is an invaluable resource to the local community. Going beyond the tradition of checking out books, the Library has become a community center serving the many needs of the Ephrata area. The Exploratorium & Community Commons opened for business September 1, 2016. This 1700+ square foot room (formerly Curves) accommodates business meetings, retreats and lectures. Currently, a portion of the Exploratorium is under construction, which will be finished by the summer. This space will be an extension of Library services and also provide co-working space for other organizations such as WIC, Philhaven, Tabor, CAP Services and VITA tax preparers (just to name a few). Through collaboration, these organizations will collectively impact the health, education and financial issues of the greater Ephrata community. In Spring 2017, the Library took over operations at the in-house bookstore and rebranded it as The .002 Booksellers. Check out their latest, expanded selections. Fingerprinting services are now being offered at the Library’s government services office. This is in addition to the Passport, Notary and Village Post Office services that the Library has been offering for the past several years. The Library is one of only three locations in the County offering Fingerprinting, and the only facility offering Passport services 7 days a week. Please stop by the Ephrata Public Library and experience first-hand the vital services it provides the community. Hours of operation for the Library are Monday through Thursday, 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed Friday and Sunday. Passport/Post Office hours are Monday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and Sunday, 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Magnolias of Lancaster provides secure, residential memory care for individuals with Alzheimer’s and other related dementias. Care is offered in a cozy, home-like environment with a licensed capacity of 38 residents. Magnolias is the only standalone memory care community in Lancaster county. The staff is specially trained to care for individuals with memory impairments to enhance their quality of life and help them maintain current abilities. Education and guidance are provided to families going through this difficult time through a monthly support group. One very fun aspect about Magnolias of Lancaster is that it is a “pet friendly” community. Residents may bring their pets along to live with them. At the present time, a very sweet dog named Mollie resides along with the residents. The furry friends bring so much happiness to the residents! Magnolias of Lancaster is the perfect community for those with memory impairment. They are located at 1870 Rohrerstown Road, Lancaster. For more information, please call 717560-1100 or visit their website at

L-R: Paul Murr, Jamie Hornberger, Melanie Moats, Ray Moats, Donnie Shaak, Joe Conner and Troy Kirk.


Many factors go into choosing an auto repair service that is exactly right for you, and there is a lot to consider before you make a decision. After one visit to Ray and Randy’s Auto & Truck Repair, you will see why customers count on them for all their vehicle needs. From your initial call to the final pick-up of your vehicle, Ray and Randy’s Auto & Truck Repair will treat you with honesty and respect. They truly listen to your concerns and will keep you informed before repairs are made. Ray and Randy’s Auto & Truck Repair is a full service auto repair shop that is family owned and operated by Ray and Melanie Moats. They are celebrating over 10 years of providing exceptional service to their customers. It was in 2005 that they first purchased the existing business that had been at that location for over 40 years. In order to service even more customers, Ray and Melanie purchased a gas station and auto repair shop in Elizabethtown, which is now called Moats’ Auto Repair. Whether you are in Ephrata, Elizabethtown or Lancaster area, the Moats’ have you covered. Ray, along with fellow mechanics, Joe Conner, Donnie Shaak, Troy Kirk and Paul Murr are committed to providing customers with fair prices and expert repairs. They are members of Tech-Net Professional, AASP-PA, and are ASE certified mechanics. They are also a AAA approved facility at both locations. Ray and Randy’s Auto & Truck Repair was voted #2 & Moats’ Auto Repair was voted #7 in the AAA Top Shop Customer Satisfaction Contest. These professional certifications reassure customers that the shop and its staff are highly trained and able to maintain or repair any type of car. So you never have to panic about how you are going to get your vehicle to the shop, 24-hour towing is also available. Melanie, along with Jamie Hornberger will be happy to set up your repair appointment. Ray and Randy’s Auto & Truck Repair is also an authorized U-Haul truck rental center. They have a variety of sizes of trucks, and carry many supplies that can help your moving day go smoothly. Jamie Hornberger and Paul Murr are the U-Haul truck specialists, and they would be happy to help you with any questions you may have, and to help you find the truck size you need. Ray and Randy’s Auto & Truck Repair is located at 3555 Rothsville Road, Ephrata. They are open Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Saturday, 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. The shop phone number is 717-733-8180 and U-Haul is 717-738-1080. Give them a call today!


Nevco Rental LLC, located along Route 322 in Brickerville, opened its doors at the beginning of 2018. We are a rental agency serving both contractors and homeowners. Nevco Rental LLC has equipment for everything from excavating to concrete work, from trimming trees and shrubs to fertilizing and caring for your lawn. We also have a full line of lifting equipment. We have tow behind lifts for around the home chores to telehandlers and boom lifts for commercial job sites. As a member of the ARA (American Rental Association), we feature excavating equipment including Bobcat and Kubota models. Our lifts include Genie, JLG and Haulotte. In our hand tools you’ll find brands such as Wacker Neuson and Husqvarna. At Nevco Rental we are a team working together to serve you better. Nevin Martin, owner, advises and directs in purchasing new items and equipment. Steve Snyder, manager, will be assisting you with the service you need and working to keep everything flowing smoothly. Kevin, Loren and Arlen fill the maintenance and delivery end. They keep our equipment in good running condition and will provide delivery as needed. We are a locally owned family business able to supply that personal touch you desire. Our goal is to provide you with the equipment you need at prices you can afford. Please stop in and speak to our friendly and helpful sales team. We are continuing to add new equipment, so check with us for your tool and equipment rental needs. Nevco Rental LLC is located at 138 East 28th Division Highway, Lititz, PA 17543. You can reach us at 717-626-1651 or call Toll Free 833-FOR-NEVCO (833-367-6382). Hours of operation are Monday to Saturday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Coming to an office that is in-network with all major insurances, families in our region benefit from unparalleled access to the highest quality dental care at a time that is most convenient for them. With three office locations in Lancaster County, accepting scheduled patients and walk-ins six days a week, we fit the often hectic lifestyle of our patients. Through this level of access, we are able to help families commit to their oral health treatment. Smilebuilderz is a full-service dental office providing in-office access to general dentists, hygiene cleanings and specialists for oral surgery, root canals, implants, gum treatment, cosmetic dentistry and orthodontics. Utilizing the industry’s most cutting-edge technology, we are able to map out a treatment plan tailored specifically to the needs of each patient, guiding them every step of the way, thus allowing increased access to dental health care. Smilebuilderz began servicing the Lancaster area in 2006. Since that time we have treated over 90,000 patients. In 2012, Smilebuilderz opened the first urgent dental care location in East Hempfield, providing patients with six-days-a-week coverage for any type of dental care need. In 2015, Smilebuilderz opened its third practice in the Ephrata area, providing family dental care as well as urgent dental care services. Under the leadership of Dr. Anthony P. Skiadas (owner) and Michael Tomchick (CEO), the Smilebuilderz team in Ephrata consists of dentists, Dr. DeLisa Williams, DMD; Dr. Rachel Moon, DMD; Dr. Minki Jung, DMD; and manager, Anita Jackson. Smilebuilderz recognizes that many families in our community struggle with expensive dental bills due to lack of dental insurance. Statistically 48% of our community does not have dental insurance. Smilebuilderz prides itself in making dentistry affordable. For those having no dental coverage, we provide a solution in our unique in-house Discount Dental Plans. This innovative dental discount program allows individuals and families the ability to receive comprehensive dental care at significant savings for a minimal yearly fee. Additionally, Smilebuilderz also offers a corporate Advantage Plan that allows employers the ability to offer a genuine dental benefit to their employees and family members. This Discount Plan offers no annual maximums or waiting period. Give us a call today at 717-481-7645. Also visit our website at We have three convenient locations: 893 East Main Street, Ephrata, PA 17522; 1685 Crown Avenue, Lancaster, PA 17601; 2114 Spring Valley Road, Lancaster, PA Shown in the photo, left to right are: Anita Jackson, Office Manager; 17601. Our hours are Monday to Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Dr. Rachel Moon, DMD; Dr. DeLisa Williams, DMD; and Dr. Minki Jung, DMD.

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Robert W. Berstecher, D.D.S., provides dental services for the entire family, including cosmetic dentistry, implants, crowns, dentures, root canals, invisible orthodontics, whitening and children’s procedures including sealants. When you choose to place your dental care in the hands of a caring and understanding dentist like Dr. Berstecher, you’ll be treated as a real person with real concerns. The office offers nitrous oxide to help patients relax, laser techniques and the latest dental procedures to ensure the best dental care is being given. If you put off going to the dentist because you do not have dental insurance, Dr. Berstecher and his staff have developed an in-house dental plan for patients, plus Care Credit so you can keep your healthy, attractive smile Shown in the photo, L-R: (front) Michelle Fair, Cee Lo; (back) Debbie Haldeman, without all the worry of expense. Jane Balistreri, Dr. Robert Berstecher and Sharon Smith. The dental practice was established in 1952 by Dr. Louis Williams and was acquired by Dr. Berstecher in 1979. Dr. Berstecher is a graduate of Temple University School of Dentistry, and served three years in the United States Army Dental Corps. He is also a member of the American Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry, Lancaster County Dental Society, serving as President from 2006-2007, and has his fellowship in the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. A dentist for the whole family, Dr. Berstecher and his staff, welcome the opportunity to help you with any of your dental needs. The office is located at 104 East Main Street, New Holland. Their business hours are Monday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Wednesday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. To schedule an appointment or for more information, please call 717-354-0361.


All stains are not created equal. However, Clugston’s Cleaning Services will treat all stains equally, removing dirt and grime that can build up on carpets, rugs and furniture over time. Clugston’s takes care of standard furniture and carpet cleaning and handles both residential and commercial jobs. Whether it’s spring cleaning, fall cleaning, or any-time-ofthe-year cleaning, they’ll make your home or business sparkle. Jerry Clugston Clugston’s has provided professional carpet and furniture cleaning services for over 48 years. The family business is under the management of Jerry Clugston. Office duties, including phone calls and scheduling, are taken care of by Rosella Clugston and Jessica Dickson. Clugston’s makes a commitment to customer satisfaction. “Your carpets and furniture are investments worth protecting. We have the expertise to know how important it is to have your valuable possessions professionally cleaned.” Don’t take a chance when spills threaten to leave a permanent mark. Call in a professional! Clugston’s Cleaning Services is located at 2073 Main Street in Rothsville. Call 717-626-7839 Monday through Friday. Emergency service is also offered.


YMCA Camp Conrad Weiser first opened its doors in 1948. For 70 years their staff and volunteers have worked to connect kids in the outdoors while offering exciting programs that teach values like caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility. Providing outdoor experiences for children and families has become more critical as they seek to provide a space where people can explore nature and build meaningful relationships away from screens. The South Mountain YMCA Camps, Bynden Wood Day Camp and Camp Conrad Weiser, are summer camp destinations for young people, offering traditional camp programs, literary theme camps, horseback riding experiences, as well as leadership and adventure camps. In additional, families and school groups visit the mountain for family camps and outdoor-environmental education programs year-round. “We offer a huge selection of outdoor camp activities, and we work with campers and counselors from around the world,” says Cory Evans, Camp Conrad Weiser Director. “It’s a special place with 12 to 15 countries represented each summer. It’s the United Nations of camping,” he continued with a smile. In addition to in-bound international travel programs, Camp Conrad Weiser also offer out-bound programs in which a group of local students travel abroad to take part in summer camp programs with YMCAs in Germany, Spain and Russia. Nathan Brant, CEO of the South Mountain YMCA Camps, gets the most satisfaction from seeing young people grow in confidence and independence. “It’s so rewarding to see kids come back year after year. They find their voice and begin to make real change in their communities,” he shared. One camper parent shared her experience with the South Mountain YMCA Camps in this way: It’s the “best camp in the area for so many reasons: traditions decades old, activities for every age, off-season programming for all ages, a beautiful setting, safe, educational, and fun - everything you could want in a summer camp! When my kids come home from the South Mountain YMCA, they are more independent and confident. As a former summer camp counselor with the program, I know the leadership skills I learned there changed my life - so consider the leadership programs for your teenagers, and if you ever get a chance to work there for a summer, do it! I highly recommend this camp to everyone.” The South Mountain YMCA Camps are located at 201 Cushion Peak Road, Reinholds, PA 17569. Give us a call at 610-6702267 or visit us on the web at WWW.SMYMCA.ORG. We’ll see you at Camp!


Since 1936 the folks at Schwanger Bros. have been known for their heating oil delivery and oil burner repair service in and around the Lancaster area. Schwanger Brothers & Co., Inc. is a third-generation, small family owned and operated business that still answers the phone and provides one-on-one customer service. Along with delivery of heating oil, they also offer other fuels such as diesel fuel for both on and off highway use, gasoline and now ethanol-free gasoline. All of these products can be delivered to your home, farm or business including mobile work sites with delivery sizes ranging from small delivery all the way up to large commercial transport sizes. Propane is also offered for home and business. We offer competitive pricing for L-R: Dave Schwanger and Steve Schwanger. propane, and if you don’t have your own tank, Schwanger Bros. may be able to loan you a tank with the option to buy it in the future. We don’t charge extra fees or delivery charges, and in most cases setting up auto delivery will waive the propane leak check fee. In addition to providing quality fuels, Schwanger Bros. also has a full service and installation department of staff to handle all of your residential and light commercial heating, air conditioning and plumbing needs. We service all major brands of oil, propane, natural gas, heat pump and air conditioning systems. We are fully insured and have licensed technicians on staff, including plumbers who can handle small faucet drips, water heater repair and replacement and water conditioning. We are proud to be Lancaster’s Number-One Heating Oil Provider. Various services include automatic delivery, where computerized systems know when you need oil and it is delivered before you need it, and will call, which is same-day service. We also have an emergency service, which provides oil 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Budget plans, which allow you to evenly spread your heating costs throughout the year, are also available. If the thought of dealing with a local, family-owned business We truly value the run with integrity still is important to you, then we invite you to relationship with each call us or stop in our office and talk with one of our staff about what you need. Additionally, we are always looking for qualified customer and look applicants. If you would like to join our team, please contact us! forward to serving you Our phone number is 717-393-5868 and we are located at 500 West Roseville Road, Lancaster. We are open 8:00 a.m. to for another generation. 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, and have staff on call, ready Steve Schwanger to service you evenings and weekends. More information can be found on our website,, and on Schwanger Bros. founders Oreville H. Schwanger and D.M. Schwanger. our Facebook page.

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Salon Intuitions is a full service salon that offers haircuts, highlighting, lowlighting, hair coloring, permanent waving, straightening, formal styling, waxing and make up application. The team at Salon Intuitions is very friendly and professional. Helping people feel good about themselves is owner Tara Heagy’s ultimate goal. The stylists, Tara Heagy, Lynn Cramer, Amy Wentling and Emily Messner, enjoy cutting hair and are great at finding the perfect color for you. They love all aspects of the business. Being a smaller scale salon, Salon Intuitions is able to be personable with their clients; no one gets lost in the shuffle. The environment is relaxing and comfortable whether you are getting a new look or freshening up the one Shown in photo, left to right: (seated) Emily Messner, Amy Wentling; (standing) Lynn you have. The hair care products that are Cramer and Tara Heagy (Owner). used at Salon Intuitions during your service are available for purchase at the salon. Products include: Pureology, Aquage, Biomega, American Crew and Kenra. Go onto Facebook and like our page for salon reviews, information about our products and services. Salon Intuitions is located at 77 Park Avenue, Suite 12, Ephrata. Hours are by appointment. Please call us at 717-721-3335.


Great customer service and same-day repair for most vehicles is what you can expect to receive at Weaver’s Garage, located at 533 East Newport Road, Lititz. Our shop specializes in quality repairs for both import and domestic cars and trucks. We also provide 24-hour towing and recovery. We offer light duty roll back service, heavy duty towing for tractor trailers and motor homes, as well as free shuttle, free pickup and delivery. At our shop we feature the latest technology to repair your car and provide a comfortable waiting room with free Wi-Fi. Our technicians have over 20 years of experience each and two of them are ASE Certified Master Technicians. Weaver’s Garage is a NAPA Auto Care Center, which performs repairs, state inspections, emission testing and repairs, tire sales and four-wheel alignment. Owner Daryl Weaver and Manager Galen Weaver enjoy getting to know their customers and always explain why a repair is needed and how much it will cost to be fixed. Daryl purchased Weaver’s Garage from his dad, Norman Weaver, who started the business in 1970. Daryl worked for his dad for 13 years prior to the purchase. Weaver’s Garage is always prompt in our repairs, accurate with our cost estimates and very accommodating. Call us today to schedule an appointment at 717-626-7177. Business hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. You can also view our website at


Schillaci Architects has been practicing architecture in Lan­ caster County and the surrounding counties/states since 2002. We have experience in all types of projects and sizes, ranging from retrofits and renovations of existing buildings, to new construction, as well as feasibility studies for prospective projects. Examples of our work locally include: Ephrata Performing Arts Center renovations, Winters Memorial Plaza, and the recent renovations to the Ephrata Fair Building. Keep an eye out for the new firehouse coming for the Ephrata Pioneer Fire Company as well. Our expertise spans both residential and commercial design/construction. In the design/ construction industry today there are numerous building codes that dictate a building’s layout and composition and it’s imperative to know and understand these codes while designing a project into reality. Both Mark and Kyle are registered architects and well versed in both the international codes as well as state and local jurisdictions permit approval processes. We pride ourselves on taking each project personally and work closely with the client to assure them of a successful, and enjoyable, building design experience. You can view our website at or call us at 717­951­7466.



Aevidum Financial Services is based on service, strengthened by the wide range of independent products offered and supported by the largest and strongest companies in the industry. This provides clients with help for their financial needs with financial planning, investments, life insurance, disability and LTC. We also actively support the groups Aevidum and Envision No Cancer. Douglas Darling, Owner: Aevidum Financial Services for seven years, has been in the financial industry for over 31 years. This knowledge base helps him build portfolios using a holistic approach while focusing on client service. Shown in photo, L-R: Doug, Bev, Sarah and Marlin. Marlin Musser, Business Development: Brings 27 years of stock market investing experience, actively working with clients the past six years, and enjoys designing investment portfolios to meet client’s present and future needs. Beverly Martin-Darling, Accounting Bookkeeper and Tax Preparer: Seven years with Aevidum Financial Services, seasonal employee for HR Block for several years, accounting and payroll for Tree of Life Health Ministries for eight years. Sarah Darling, Marketing Manager: Graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from King’s College. Gathered eight years of experience in marketing, business development and accounting. Call for more information or an appointment: 717-733-3341 Website: Email: or Address: 360 North Reading Road, Ephrata, PA 17522 Business Hours: Monday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.


“We’re not the biggest, just the best.” This has always been the motto of All Metal Roofing Specialists, LLC since it was founded. A spin-off of ACR Metal Roofing Distributors, All Metal was started in response to a struggling economy where there were a lot of good workers that needed jobs. Roofs still needed to be replaced and metal was, and is, a great option. Family owned and operated, we at All Metal believe every home can benefit from a metal roof. Metal roofing is environmentally friendly with at least 25% post-consumer recycled material, and metal can be installed over old shingles, saving landfill space. A metal roof also acts as a radiant heat barrier, which will reduce your attic temperature in the summer by 20 to 30 degrees to offer increased energy efficiency and reduced cooling costs. We install only the best metal roofing, and our years of experience will help in choosing the right product that is durable and attractive for your home. As you go through the process of selecting a contractor, it can be difficult to know who you should trust with your home. We’ve worked in the home improvement industry for over 25 years, and we’ve heard our customers say many times that choosing a reputable contractor is the most daunting task. Visit our website at, look for the “about” page, and read the “Five Tips for Hiring a Contractor.” We want to make sure that our clients feel that they have made the right decision in choosing our company. We will take the time to fully understand your roofing needs and answer all your questions. After a comprehensive analysis, we will recommend a solution based on your preferences, your needs, and your budget. We will work hard to save you both time and money. You will never spend any money that is not necessary, only what is required to do the job right. We would love to work with you to craft a high-quality, custom roof that’s perfect for your home. 800-325-1247 • 717-933-7044 • • PA License #047548 • Fully Insured • Free Estimates


Bicycle Barn specializes in electric bicycle sales and service as well as other brands of bicycles since 1991. We have trained electric bike technicians. If you are thinking about buying an electric bicycle, try our brands; we carry some of the best electric bike brands on the market today. Electric bikes are great for commuting to work, riding down town for groceries, or just plain down fun riding 10 to 50 miles and still getting some exercise without all the exertion. You don’t have to be a professional cyclist to ride them. Do yourself a favor – just ride! The staff at Bicycle Barn are dedicated to minor repair service while you wait. • New & Used Bicycles, including Cannondale, Fuji, GT, Breezer and Masi brands • Professional Bicycle Repairs • Guaranteed Workmanship • Fit Kit, Bicycle Fitting • Full Line of Accessories • Electric Bikes Having always taken an interest in the retail business world, owner Edward Weaver started the Bicycle Barn, LLC in September 1991. Edward never thought his venture into the retail world would involve bicycles. Edward, along with his wife Grace and employees Randy Martin and Denny Hurst, work together to keep your bicycles at peak performance. Bicycle Barn has been in business for 26 years, and would like to extend a big “Thank You” to all of their customers. They appreciate your patronage and hope to serve you for all of your cycling needs for years to come. Bicycle Barn, LLC hours are Monday, 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Thursday and Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Closed Wednesdays and Sundays. Their phone number is 717-445-8508. Watch The Shopping News for postings on their Spring Sale sometime in April.

EMM Sales & Service, Inc. was founded in 1969 by Jack Conrad. Conrad had been working for Daffin Manufacturing. When that company sold, he decided to make his vision of a business with high standards, designed to service the agricultural transportation equipment, a reality. Now, years later, EMM Sales & Service is run by Jack’s son, John Conrad, and offers the very best agricultural transportation equipment from companies people have come to know and respect. Their Service and Parts departments are always there to support their customer’s needs by adhering to one simple mantra: Service, service, service. They offer full service for Class 8 trucks and trailers, including: PTO work, hydraulic and blower installation, lift axles, Shur-Lok tarps, aluminum and steel welding, suspension work, brake work, rollover repair, federal DOT inspections and PA state inspections. EMM Sales & Service believes their commitment to servicing their valued customers and only offering quality parts is what sets them apart from other businesses in their field. To keep up with changes in the industry over the years EMM Sales & Service has expanded from portable hammer mills to bulk feed transportation equipment. Over the past two decades they have added dump trailers and Wilson Trailers to their already formidable lineup. In addition to Wilson, they L-R: John Conrad, Deb Eshleman, Kevin Wimer, Roger Good, Melanie Hickernell exclusively feature such major brands as Walinga, Travis and Muv-All. EMM Sales & Service are and Jon Higinbotham. active members of the Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association (PMTA), Penn AG and the Northeast Agribusiness and Feed Alliance (NEAFA). EMM Sales & Service derive satisfaction from providing the best equipment and service day in and day out, all the while providing a supportive family environment for their employees. Their management team, consisting of John J. Conrad (President), Jon Higinbotham (Sales Manager), Kevin Wimer (Service Manager), Melanie Hickernell (Parts Manager), Roger Good (Shop Foreman) and Deb Eshleman (Office Manager) believe that their customer’s needs always come first, and they like to point out that throughout the years they have had customers try other companies and brands of equipment, but inevitably the customers consistently return to them and the proven brands they represent. They are committed to constantly improving their equipment and offering only quality parts and service to their valued customers on an ongoing basis. EMM Sales & Service, Inc. is located at 141 Zook’s Mill Road, P.O. Box 255, Brownstown, PA. Their hours of operation are 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and weekends by appointment only. They can be reached through their website

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Of course no one is happy when an auto accident happens, but when they do, you can be assured the technicians at Evans Auto Body can handle all of your collision needs. Evans Auto Body is one of the county’s oldest family-owned collision repair shops. We have been serving the area for over 67 years, repairing all vehicle makes and models. While working with all major insurance companies and honoring insurance estimates, we work side-by-side with your insurance company to ensure your vehicle will be returned to the way it was before your accident. Our technicians take pride in repairing your vehicle and are here to make every customer satisfied with the repairs. Evans Auto Body is a full-service collision repair shop that was started back in 1950 by John R. Evans, and has been operated by his son, Doug Evans, for the past 42 years. Evans Auto Body - Service You Can Trust! 231 North 7th Street (Route 272) (Located on the Akron Hill) (717) 859-1455 •

When JBT (Jonestown Bank & Trust Co.) invites you to Bank on a Smile®, they mean it. The local community bank offers a full array of business and consumer banking products and services. Since 1873, JBT has been committed to serving people – not only their clients, but every community it serves. Employees at JBT contribute many volunteer hours in the area, from supporting local non-profit organizations and mentoring programs, to coaching youth sports. JBT’s goal is simple – to improve the financial lives of its clients. The bank does that through creating individualized solutions and its signature Bank on a Smile® service. JBT has lending professionals available in each of its locations. Clients can talk to the local branch manager about business loans, mortgages and consumer loans. All loan decisions are made locally where the decision makers are in touch with the community and the local economy. At the Ephrata branch, located at Sharp Plaza on Route 322, Vinod Kanabar, Commercial Lender, and Kathleen Stoner, Branch Manager, would be happy to discuss any questions you may have about JBT products and services. After opening a branch in Manheim in 2017, JBT is now opening a new location in Lititz, the bank’s 14th full-service location. The new office is located in front of Weiser’s Market on Route 501, and will be open in mid-March. Stop by and meet Esther Keyser, Lititz Branch Manager, and ask about special offers available for new clients. The bank invites you to stop in and learn more about JBT. To contact your local branch, call Ephrata at 717-733-JBT1, call Lititz at 717-568-8488, or visit the bank’s website at Member FDIC / Equal Housing Lender. Shown above, left to right: Vinod Kanabar, Commercial Vinod Kanabar NMLS#1088862 / Kathleen Stoner Lender; Esther Keyser, Lititz Branch Manager and NMLS#577927 / Esther Keyser NMLS#783639 Kathleen Stoner, Ephrata Branch Manager.

Located in Stevens, Penn­ sylvania, The Gardens at Stevens is a four­star skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility. As a part of Priority Healthcare Group, we are proud of our perfect score on our 2016 survey by the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services. Our 82 skilled nursing residents, 16 post­acute residents and 14 independent living residents receive personalized care tailored to their needs. We specialize in Wound Care, L-R: (front) residents Clarice Haws, Joan Millman, Rose Hanrahan; Cardiac Therapy, Short Term (back) staff - Deb Fasnacht and Colleen Maidenbaum; and residents Lena Schneck, Sean Hanrahan and Alverta Showalter. Rehab, IV Antibiotic Therapy, Stroke Recovery, Long Term and Personal Care. Formerly known as Denver Nursing Home, our staff is a dedicated, caring team that is committed to our residents. We make sure that each and every resident has the right treatment at the right time. Whether your loved one has an illness, injury or needs specialized treatment for complex care needs, we will work our hardest to help them recover fully and live a comfortable life. To schedule a tour or learn more about the amenities offered at The Gardens at Stevens, please call Colleen Maidenbaum, Admissions Director/Personal Care Administrator, at 717­336­3878. The Gardens at Stevens is located at 400 Lancaster Ave., Stevens, PA 17578. You can find us online at

Since May of 2006, small groups have found a cozy getaway where they can spread out and craft to their heart’s content, without husbands or kids interrupting. Girlfriends gather for all kinds of crafting (i.e., knitting/ crocheting, painting, scrapbooking, card making and more) or weekend escapes, or to learn some new techniques at one of two Cozy Crop House locations, Lititz or Lancaster. CCH Lititz offers retail hours, classes, and weekends (for up to 15); CCH Lancaster provides lodging for ten and a workshop setup suitable for crafting, seminars, women’s retreats, bridal or baby showers, or business conferences. Cozy Crop House offers a homey environment where you can spend an hour, a day, or even a weekend doing what you love. Owner Kate Rothacker provides weekend guests with an intimate setting complete with meals, lodging, supplies, instructions, games, and even some pampering! Low weekday hourly rates give you a place to work on the craft of your choice, with use of our tools and equipment, including Cricut, Silhouette and Brother cutting machines, with over 200 Cricut cartridges. Make a date with yourself to spend an hour or two a week with us and finish those projects you’ve been wanting to get done! Mention this ad and get your first visit free! The on-site stores feature supplies for scrapbooking, card making, mixed media products and more. Come on out for one of our PAINT NIGHT classes (bring your own beverage) or join the Kindness Rocks movement starting with our free ROCK PAINTING Workshops. Consider our KIDS’ CAMPS for some creative diversion for your youngsters during spring and summer breaks from school. Our annual SCRAPBOOKING YARD SALE the weekend after Mothers’ Day is still our biggest event of the year: May 18 & 19, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., thousands of new and used items for paper crafting, from 40-60 sellers, all priced to go! You don’t want to miss it! Cozy Crop House in Lititz (31 W. Millport Road, next to SKH) is open Wednesday and Thursday, 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for drop-in shopping or cropping, or we can set up a full day for your group. Email for more details at or visit

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Since 2006


Established in 1991, the Matthew Marte Agency serves the local area with Nationwide Insurance and Financial offices in Denver and New Holland. The agency offers insurance products through many different companies including Nationwide, Hagerty, Progressive, Travelers and Foremost to name a few. No matter what your insurance needs are, a complete line of insurance for auto, motorcycle, RVs, homeowners, mobile homeowners, tenants, condos, personal umbrella liability, flood, boats, commercial insurance, life insurance and other financial products are available for consumer purchase. When you get a policy with us, it’s not the last time you’ll hear from our agency. We believe in “Insurance with Service” and part of that belief includes doing annual reviews with our clients. “These reviews give our clients peace of mind that they have the proper coverage, and we also make sure they are receiving all the discounts they deserve,” states Matt Marte, agency owner. The New Holland office is located on Main Street and supported by Associate Agents Laurie Bryson and Jayne Olin. Laurie has L-R: Matt Marte, Amy Nedimyer, Craig Good, Deborah Stetter and Elaine Brewer. been with the agency for the last 20 years, and Jayne joined our agency in 2011. Joyce McCune supports the agency as a customer service rep. The Denver office is located right in town on Church Street and has been serving Denver and the surrounding area since 2001. Associate Agent Amy Nedimyer has been with the Marte Agency for 16 years. Deborah Stetter, also an Associate Agent, has been with the agency for 11 years. Craig Good, a Nationwide Agent, recently merged his agency in Ephrata with the Marte Agency and is now located at the Denver office. Craig has been providing insurance services since 1998. Elaine Brewer supports the Denver office as a customer service rep. Matt Marte graduated from Penn State University in 1988 with a degree in Insurance. He and his family reside in Reamstown. L-R: Joyce McCune, Jayne Olin, Laurie Bryson and Matt Marte. Denver: 717-336-3835 • New Holland: 717-354-4915

Physical Therapy can be scary, especially if you are in pain and unsure where to go! At HARTZ Physical Therapy, we understand that and do our very best to make each patient feel at home and know we truly care. Here are some tips to ensure your rehabilitation experience is top notch! It is YOUR Choice: Every patient has the right to choose where he or she goes for physical therapy. Do your homework by checking out the website, asking family and friends and becoming familiar with the therapists who work there. No Referral Necessary: If you are feeling pain, most patients can utilize Direct Access, which allows patients to schedule an appointment with their physical therapist without visiting their physician first. (Medicare is an exception to this rule.) This often saves time and money, as physical therapists are experts in identifying and treating many common injuries. All Physical Therapy clinics are not created equal: As an independent small business specializing only in outpatient physical rehabilitation, we have an advantage over the larger hospital-based and physician-owned clinics. We can focus solely on providing the best possible outpatient physical rehabilitation experience for our patients. This will always include a hands-on approach, utilizing proven techniques in manual therapy, to ensure a patient’s healing process is efficient and effective. We invite you to visit our clinics in Ephrata, Lititz and Lancaster to Experience the Difference for yourself!

1635 W. Main St., Suite 500, Ephrata • 717-738-0004 •

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MEETING THE BUSINESS CHALLENGE Achey, Harvey, Construction, LLC ............4 ACR Metal Roofing & Siding Company ... 20 Adair’s Brunnerville Flooring, Inc. ...........4 Adamstown Veterinary Hospital ............. 21 Aevidum Financial Services ..................... 25 Affordable Paving & Excavating, LLC ....... 19 AFP advanced food products llc .............. 10 All Metal Roofing Specialists, LLC ........... 25 Allstate Insurance .................................... 14 Ames Construction, Inc. ........................ 10 Animal Crackers Pet Shop & Grooming ... 12 Austin Electric ...........................................6 Bank of Bird-in-Hand .............................. 17 Barry’s Paint Shop, Inc. ............................4 Berlanco Insurance Agency ..................... 21 Berstecher, Dr. Robert W. .................... 24 Beyond The Fork In The Road ................ 19 Bicycle Barn, LLC .................................... 25 Boose Aluminum Foundry Company ...... 10 Bradley, Raymond P. ................................8 Brookstone Industries LLC......................22 Brunnerville Garage, Inc. .........................9 C&S Furniture .........................................22 Chikes, Benjamin F.D., D.D.S. ................ 18 Choice Windows, Doors & More, Inc. ....7 Circle of Life Center for Integrative Wellness ................5 Class 8 Parts .............................................4 Clugston’s Cleaning Services................... 24 Cocalico Area Hearing Services, Inc. .......3 Cocalico Plumbing & Heating....................6 Colliflower, Inc. ...................................... 19 Computer Bookkeeping Solutions .......... 14 Cozy Crop House ................................... 26 Denver Self Storage ..................................4 Details Hair Design LLC .......................... 19

Douple Agency, Inc. .................................6 Eagle Disposal of PA, Inc. .........................3 Eby, Jeffrey R., DMD ................................8 Edward Jones - Allen Wessel .................. 11 Elite Service, Inc. ......................................9 EMM Sales & Service, Inc. ...................... 25 Engle’s Frame and Body Service ............. 15 Ephrata Manor ........................................22 Ephrata National Bank ............................ 20 Ephrata Public Library ............................. 23 Ephrata Re-Uzit Stores............................ 11 Evans Auto Body..................................... 26 Fairmount ............................................... 27 Families United Network Inc. ................ 14 FloorCraft ............................................... 10 Fox Country Sheds ...................................9 Fritz, C.L. & Son Electrical Contractor .....9 Gardens At Stevens, The ........................ 26 Gardner & Stevens, PC ........................... 10 Gehret Associates Inc. .............................7 Georgelis Orthodontics, PC .................... 12 Good’s Lawn Care .................................. 11 Gravenor, Paul L., Home for Funerals, Inc. ...........................9 Grove, George J., & Son, Inc. ..................2 Hampton Inn & Suites Ephrata .................7 Hartz Physical Therapy ........................... 26 Harvest Dental........................................ 11 Heck Construction Company ...................8 Heritage Design Interiors ........................22 Hershey Surveying, Inc. ...........................5 Hertzog’s Garage & Used Cars .............. 19 Hornberger’s Auto Body ..........................2 Horst, T. Glenn, & Sons, Inc. ................. 13 Ives, William L., Jr., M.D., F.A.C.S. ..........5

JBT .......................................................... 26 JSL Mechanical Inc. ................................ 12 Kingsway Realty ...................................... 18 Kreider’s Canvas Service, Inc. ..................1 L’Intérieur Le Nair .................................. 18 Lancaster County Career & Technology Center ..................22 Lancaster County Podiatry, LLP ................7 Lancaster County Vacuflo ....................... 13 Lancaster School of Cosmetology & Therapeutic Bodywork .............................7 Lehman Insurance Agency, Inc. ................2 Leid, Lorah & Company, P.C. ................. 21 M&E Roofing, LLC.....................................2 Magnolias of Lancaster............................ 23 Martin, Luke, Siding and Exteriors .......... 18 Matthew Marte Agency, The................... 26 Meineke Car Center of Ephrata ................6 Melron Industries, Inc. ........................... 14 Middle Creek Builders, Inc. .................... 13 Morrissey, Tom B., TV & Appliances .........8 Mountain Top Financial Advisors............. 18 Nevco Rental LLC ................................... 23 New Holland Veterinary Hospital .............3 Nolt’s Floor Covering, Inc. ..................... 13 Pannebecker, Art, & Wolf, Brad Auctioneers, Inc. ......................................5 Paramount Living Aids, LLC .................... 12 Pleasant View Care At Home ................. 20 Pleasant View Retirement Community ... 13 Plowmaker, Melissa K., OD Walmart Vision Center .............................6 Poole, William E., DDS, P.C. ....................3 Raber’s Tires........................................... 21 Ray and Randy’s Auto & Truck Repair .... 23 Re-Uzit Shop of New Holland, The ..........4

Once again, after 50 years of serving the local community, growth is in Fairmount’s future. The preliminary groundwork has been completed for the new, fourstory Wheat Ridge Apartments project, with groundbreaking planned for the summer of 2018. The building will be constructed in the space between the Wheat Ridge Personal Care building and the Home Messenger/Muddy Creek Farm Library (where the annual Benefit Auctions have been held). The four-story building, designed by RLPS and constructed by Paul Risk Construction, will offer 11 apartment floor plans, each

Artist renderings of the new Wheat Ridge apartments.

index RE/MAX Pinnacle, The Marian Rutt Team ............................ 12 Reamstown Athletic Association ............. 20 Ressler & Mateer.......................................2 Rohrer’s Service Center ......................... 21 Root’s Country Market & Auction ............5 Ross, Henry H. & Son, Inc. .................... 15 Russell, Krafft & Gruber, LLP ....................8 Salon Intuitions ....................................... 25 Schillaci Architects, Ltd. ......................... 25 Schwanger Brothers & Co., Inc. ............. 24 Sensenig, Richard L. Co. ........................ 15 September Farm .......................................7 Shank Door Company ..............................5 Signal Control Garage Door Co. ........... 14 Skin Care Therapeutics & Electrolysis by Edie ....................................3 Smilebuilderz Family Dentistry & Urgent Dental Care............................. 23 Solid Flue Chimney Savers ...................... 12 South Mountain YMCA Camps............... 24 Stoner, Mindi, Electrologist ..................... 15 Tire Consultants, Inc. ............................. 12 Unruh Insurance Agency, Inc. ..................8 UPMC Pinnacle ....................................... 16 Weaver Group Services LLC ................... 20 Weaver’s Garage, Inc. ............................ 25 Weaver’s Store, Inc. ................................6 Westy’s Speed Shop ............................... 21 WNC CPAs & Consultants, LLC ............. 13 Wolf & Kline Property Management, Inc. ...................22 Zimmerman Auto Body & Repair ........... 11 Zimmerman, Paul B., Inc. ...................... 28 Zimmerman, Pfannebecker, Nuffort & Albert, LLP............................. 15

with its own private patio or balcony. Sizes will range from a 595-square-foot studio to a 1,422-square-foot, two-bedroom unit with two full bathrooms. The first floor in the building will include a gathering room with a full kitchen, a dining room, library and wellness room. Storage areas will be available on the lower level. Be the first to live in a new Wheat Ridge Apartment! This is a great time to investigate the benefits of joining the Fairmount community. Let’s begin the conversation: Contact Mitch Hanna at 717-354-1810 or Located on 50-plus acres in picturesque rural West Earl Township, Lancaster County, Fairmount is a life plan community, consisting of 114 Health Care beds, 74 personal care beds, 12 residential living residences, 58 apartments and 52 cottages. Residents enjoy a panoramic view of Lancaster County and its beautiful farming community. While within easy driving distance of Ephrata and New Holland, residents of Fairmount enjoy the advantage of quiet, country living. Fairmount is located at 333 Wheat Ridge Drive, Ephrata, PA 17522. They can be reached by phone at 717-354-1800 and are found online at

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The Serving the Community Since 1947... Paul B. Zimmerman opened his 40’ x 60’ equipment repair shop in 1947. As business expanded into manufacturing, he began buying parts in bulk. Farmers who needed parts started buying from him, and that grew into a hardware store. Today, we employ nearly 300 people and are organized into three companies: PaulB LLC, PBZ LLC, and Keystone Koating LLC, as well as two other product lines and a Wholesale division. We’ve been blessed by our many employees and customers as we have served our community for over 70 years.

Better quality products, knowledgeable service PaulB is a full-line hardware store, with departments specializing in tools, paint, plumbing, ag parts and electrical. We feature heavy-duty and hard to find products. We also provide repair services for power tools, windows, screens, keycutting, and much more.

Our goal is to serve customers in the spirit of Christ, including farmers, contractors, and homeowners. We strive to have good product selection, quality products, fair prices, and excellent customer service. 50 Wood Corner Road, Lititz, PA 17543


Over the years, Paul’s repair shop steadily expanded and transformed to become a full-service manufacturing shop. Using state of the art equipment, PBZ LLC specializes in structural 3D and flat bed laser cutting, bending, MIG & TIG welding, robotic welding, job shop, and contract manufacturing.

We serve our customers in many ways: from various component parts to complete assemblies. We assist them with mass production of successful prototypes. We also help develop more efficient methods of manufacturing for our contract clients. PBZ LLC is also the manufacturer of the CropCare® and Zimmerman Cattle Control brands.

PBZ LLC manufactures high quality sprayers under the CropCare® brand. We manufacture a full line of sprayers , from 25 gallon ATV to 1000 gallon trailer sprayers. All of our equipment utilizes the latest technology and numerous accessories, such as foam markers and our own sprayer pump. Our product line also includes innovative vegetable equipment, such as a mulch Plastic Lifter-Wrapper and a Picking Assistant for produce.

PBZ LLC manufactures the Zimmerman Cattle Control line of equipment that farmers have trusted for over 30 years. We are committed to manufacturing innovative and dependable cattle and feed handling equipment for today’s farmer. Our hoof/vet care chutes, milking parlors and bale movers are reliable, fairly-priced, and finished for longevit with environmentally-friendly powder coating by Keystone Koating LLC.

295 Wood Corner Road, Lititz, PA 17543

PaulB Wholesale supplies agricultural, industrial, and mechanical parts to retail stores, manufacturers, fleet services and repair shops. offers thousands of sprayer parts, sprayer pumps, transfer pumps, PTO shafts, PTO parts, camera systems, tractor linkage, and more.

Keystone Koating LLC finishes metal surfaces with an environmentally-friendly powder coating for the Paul B. Zimmerman, Inc. companies, as well as many other customers. Extensive knowledge from over 30 years of experience and helpful service has helped Keystone Koating attract and retain a wide variety of customers from agricultural, medical, and retail industries. We operate two coating lines in Lititz, PA, and one in Mifflintown, PA.

50 Wood Corner Road, Lititz, PA 17543


295 Wood Corner Road, Lititz, PA 17543

Grow with us!

We are a group of family-oriented companies looking for people who share our work values. A big part of our growth is due to employees who are self-motivated, team-oriented, and combine skills with a positive attitude. Does this sound like you? If so, learn more about us and the open positions within the family of companies.

717-738-0380 ext.399

3.14.18 issue  

The Shopping News of Lancaster County

3.14.18 issue  

The Shopping News of Lancaster County