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    Hamburg Game Association holds 58th Children’s Fishing Rodeo

    Area children enjoyed the sport of fishing at the Hamburg Game Association’s Children’s Fishing Rodeo, a long-time annual event held this year on Saturday and Sunday, May 16 and 17. Over both days, 283 youngsters — accompanied by parents and grandparents — caught 537 trout, pulled from the association’s beautiful pond.

    By Kolleen Long For Berks-Mont News |

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    Kutztown High School Class of 2017 hosts first Running of the Cougars 5K Race and Fun Walk

    On Saturday, May 16, the Kutztown Area High School Class of 2017 hosted the first annual “Running of the Cougars” 5K Race and Fun Walk.

    By Garrett Moyer Sophomore Class Historian |

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    Hamburg Art Alliance hosts Arts Fest in Downtown Hamburg

    Locals braved an iffy forecast and were awarded with a beautiful, sunny day at the 2015 Hamburg Arts and Crafts Fest held in downtown Hamburg on Saturday, May 16. Attendance to the fest was free, as was parking. Participants in the accompanying “Rolling Art” Car and Motorcycle Show paid an entry fee, but had the chance to win door prizes as well as show prizes. About 50 vehicles, ranging from classic cars to street rods to motorcycles, were on display.

    By Kolleen Long For Berks-Mont News |

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    Hamburg Post Office recognizes one of its own

    The Hamburg Post Office recently took some time to recognize one of their own for his 35 years of service. Stanley R. Henne Jr., was honored during a brief presentation with the flag that had been flying at the post office.

    Shea Singley
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    Comcast awards $200,000 in scholarships to 191 Pennsylvania high school seniors

    The Comcast Foundation recently announced the 2015 recipients of its annual Leaders and Achievers® Scholarship Program awards.

    From Comcast |

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    Little Sprouts Daycare LLC expands with Bernville location

    Jessica Schaeffer always dreamed of opening her own daycare center after having her own in-home daycare. In April of 2014, she opened Little Sprouts Daycare LLC in an old doctor’s office on Main Street in Strausstown (this center will remain open until May of next year). After only a year, Schaeffer saw it was time to expand the center to a larger location which happened to be in Bernville.

    Shea Singley
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    Fleetwood pays tribute to veterans

    Cub Scouts from Pack 183 and Boy Scouts from Troop 183 on May 21 assisted members of the Fleetwood Legion in placing flags on the graves of veterans at Berks Memorial Gardens and later participated in the Fleetwood Memorial Day Parade.

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    A Tribute to Veterans

    The American Legion Post 480, Kutztown, Memorial Day Parade, started at 8:30 a.m. on May 25, traveling Main Street to Fairview Cemetery for a tribute to veterans buried there; then to Hope Cemetery for a tribute and Memorial Day address. Taps and a Salute to the Dead was given as well as solemn prayers in remembrance to those fallen and serving. Americanism award winners gave recitations during each ceremony at the cemeteries; and local Scouts, Veteran’s groups, bands, fire...

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    Boyertown Memorial Day parade draws crowd to Fairview Cemetery

    Boyertown’s annual Memorial Day parade was held Monday, May 25. The parade began at Boyertown High School at the Monroe Street entrance and travelled west on Philadelphia Ave. into Fairveiw Cemetery.

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    Hamburg’s From the Early Files May 27 edition

    25 Years Ago May 30, 1990 >> Virginia Weidman, outgoing president of the Woman’s Club of Hamburg, passed the gavel to the newly-elected president, Hilda Achenbach.

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