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Montco commissioners weigh in on transgender bathroom issues

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Sanatoga project proposed to include homes, hotel, offices

LOWER POTTSGROVE >> Six zoning variances are being sought by the Warminster-based developers who want to convert 51 acres of land near the Philadelphia Premium Outlets into a housing, office and hotel complex. ...

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    Boyertown area student named to Dean’s List

    Joi Calia, a junior Accounting major at Grove City College, has been named to the Dean’s List with High Distinction for the spring 2016 semester.

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    Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles and BASH work together

    The Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles and students from Boyertown Area Senior High recently embarked on a cooperative project that will benefit both organizations. The Boyertown Museum is aiming to better engage youth with its mission, and the Boyertown Area Senior High students have an opportunity to get involved with the community.

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    St. Francis Academy, Bally, celebrates art

    Aaron Kline, center, shows his clay sculpture to his family at the recent art show at St. Francis Academy in Bally.

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    Boyertown Area students graduate from Wilkes

    Wilkes University awarded 715 doctoral, master’s and bachelor’s degrees to students graduating after the completion of the spring 2016 semester.

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    Tilden Elementary crowns Spelling Bee champ

    Tilden Elementary Center recently held its annual fourth and fifth grade Spelling Bee. This year’s champion, Annika Reinhard, received her first-place ribbon and certificate from Principal Lacie Cucciuffo. Reinhard is a fourth grade student in Mrs. Staudenmeier’s class. There were a total of 18 contestants who participated in the event. Fifth grade student Mckenna Ecker was the runner-up.

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    Hamburg Rotarian Fred Sheeler shares the importance of exercise

    Rotarian Fred Sheeler did the program on May 26. He shared with Rotarians the importance of exercise each day. Exercise is not only good for your health; it improves balance and keeps you more mentally in tune with every day living. It is good for every age.

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  • Entertainment

    Jon Bond presents ‘Stone and Wood Revisited’ Art Show

    Artist Jonathan Bond, of Kempton, will present his 2016 “Stone and Wood Revisited” Art Show on Saturday, June 4 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The show will be held in conjunction with the 11th Annual Hawk Mountain Arts Tour held the same day.

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    Daniel Boone students recognized at Capitol for ACS CAN efforts

    Four Daniel Boone Area High School students recently traveled to the state capitol as a part of the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network’s Day at the Capitol.

    Rebecca Blanchard
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    Woman’s Club of Exeter Township donates $6,000 to library

    The Woman’s Club of Exeter Township has recently donated $6,000 to the Exeter Community Library. These funds were raised during the club’s sold-out Spring Fashion Show on Saturday, April 2, at the Reading Country Club.

    Rebecca Blanchard
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  • Lifestyle

    Item Community Calendar June 1

    Submit to Calendar: E-mail event listings to ldillon@berksmontnews.com. Note Item Calendar in e-mail subject.

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