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    Berks County Commissioners honor Iron Horse Helpers on 10th and Final Anniversary

    A farewell party was held by the local Iron Horse Helpers at the Womelsdorf VFW Pavilion in Womelsdorf on July 26.

    By Carol Quaintance For Century 21 Media |

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    Big Shot: American Legion Commander of Post 537 Morgantown Awarded Commander of the Year

    On July 18th in Harrisburg, Roger Jacobs of Morgantown was awarded “Commander of the Year 2014”.

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    Scholarship News

    Ronald McDonald House Charities /Hispanic American Commitment to Educational Resources scholarship recipient Tiffany Pershall, a senior at Twin Valley High School in Chester County, accepted a certificate of achievement from McDonald’s Owner/Operator Jonathan Chong at an awards celebration held on June 16 at the Hyatt at The Bellevue in Philadelphia.

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    Honey Brook resident enjoys visits from Pet Therapy Dog Jax

    From AseraCare Hospice AseraCare Hospice volunteer Nicole Palmer, Sergeant, Lancaster State Police Barracks, hospice brings joy to others by sharing her two Therapy Dog International (TDI) dogs, Jax and Duke.

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    Hamburg twirler celebrates successful season

    Emelia Adam, a soon-to-be sixth grader in the Hamburg Area School District and daughter of Jeff and Tamra Adam, is jumping for joy after a busy spring and summer of twirling! She has traveled to several competitions throughout this twirling season including Pennsylvania States, Miss Majorette of Pennsylvania and Miss Majorette of North Atlantic Region. At each of these competitions Emelia qualified for more competitions at Notre Dame University.

    By Tamra Adam Emelia’s mother |

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    Fleetwood Girl Scout Fun: Senior Troop teaches Daisy Troop crafts, games

    Fleetwood Girl Scout Senior Troop 11064 attended a Daisy troop meeting to teach the younger girls some crafts and games. The older girls brought in a real rabbit for Daisy Troop 1956 to pet and learn about. The younger girls decorated cookies and enjoyed them later for a snack at the end of the meeting. The Daisy girls were very thankful to the Seniors for all their work at planning such a fun evening.

    By Linda Yuengel Fleetwood Girl Scout Service Unit Manager |

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    Induction into Hall of Fame

    A Fogelsville resident has been inducted into the Signator Investors, Inc. ‘Hall of Fame.’

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    Summers in the country bring two families together

    Nearly 20 years ago Jocelyn, of Brooklyn, NY, traveled with other New York City children to spend a week in Pennsylvania. Elizabeth “Betty” Atkinson and her husband Richard opened their home up to the young 5-year-old girl and a bond was created that would last for two decades with no sign of going away.

    Shea Singley
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    Twin Valley Alumni Spotlight Moffett & Torres own Cafe 110, Morgantown

    In an effort to recognize and support Twin Valley alumni, the Twin Valley Community Education Foundation has created an “Alumni Spotlight” section which is featured in TVCEF’s monthly newsletters. The “Alumni Spotlight” highlights a different Twin Valley alum every month who is doing great things in their professional or personal life. If you would like to receive the “Alumni Spotlight” in your inbox, please visit www.tvcef.org and join our email list. If you know a Twin Valley alum who...

    From Twin Valley Community Education Foundation |

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    Author presentation ‘Boys of the Civil War’ at Hopewell

    Aug. 10 Narvon author Joel Moore will give a presentation titled “Boys of the Civil War” and sign copies of his books, set in the Civil War, in the conference room at Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site at 2 p.m.

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