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Church members prep, serve food at Oley Fair

By Rebecca Blanchard|

Keim Music Fest scheduled for Sept. 30

Join the Historic Preservation Trust of Berks County (HPTBC) for a fun-filled day of music, history, and food at their second annual Keim Music Fest at the Jacob Keim Farmstead in Oley. ...

From The Historic Preservation Trust of Berks County|

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    Leesport home makeover revealed to mom and her kids

    Leesport mom Jaime Noll and her daughters Samantha, 14, and Aubrey, 9, pulled up in front of their home in a white limo on Sept. 16 for the Big Reveal after a one-week home makeover.

    Lisa Mitchell
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    Fleetwood Girl Scout Junior Troop earns Flowers Badge

    Fleetwood Girl Scout Junior Troop 1793 earned their Girl Scout Junior Flowers Badge at Royer’s in Reading. The troop received a tour of the facility and learned the day to day business of a florist.

    By Linda Yuengel Fleetwood Girl Scout Service Unit Manager|

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    Cadette Troop make lasting memories at Disney

    Fleetwood Girl Scout Cadette Troop 1773 realized the results of their hard work with a trip this summer from Fleetwood to Disney World, Florida.

    By Linda Yuengel Fleetwood Girl Scout Service Unit Manager|

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    Kutztown Elementary raises funds for Hurricane Harvey victims

    Kutztown Elementary School raised $712.19 for Hurricane Harvey victims. The students were invited to run onto the Kutztown University stadium field in front of KU mascot Avalanche and the KU football team on Saturday, Sept. 16.

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    Topton native Hunter Miller graduates from military training

    U.S. Air Force Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Hunter J. Miller graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

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  • Warwick County Park hosts Community Day Explore “your own backyard”

    On Saturday, September 23 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Warwick County Park will be hosting Community Day in partnership with South Coventry, Warwick and East Nantmeal townships.

    From Warwick County Park|

  • BOOK BEAT Review: In “Exposed,” scheming villains weave web of deceit, lawsuits, fiery death and murder

    Over the years, this will be my sixth review of a Lisa Scottoline novel. The last three books, including “Exposed”, which was released on Aug. 15, 2017, have been sent to me before the release date by the publisher. I really appreciate Lisa’s writing. However, to be fair to you, I almost feel like a manager of a sports team who is coaching his young son. Instead of favoring his son, he should be loving, but diagnostic, showing no favoritism so the son improves.

    By Jeff Hall Columnist|

  • Corn maze at Mast Farms benefits cancer societies

    Morgantown’s Mast Farms, 2715 Main St. in Morgantown, announces that it has partnered with New Holland Agriculture to honor local cancer survivors and their families through the creation of a 12-acre Survivor Corn Maze.

    Submitted to Digital First Media |

  • 500th Anniversary Reformation Observation Service to be held Oct. 8

    Tel Hai Retirement Community, in conjunction with several local Protestant clergy and Father Michael Fitzpatrick of Saint Peter Catholic Church, invite the public to attend a 500th Anniversary Reformation Observation Service on Sunday, Oct. 8, at 2 p.m. The event will be hosted at Saint Peter Catholic Church, located at 2835 Manor Road, West Brandywine. This event is free and open to the public.

    From Tel Hai|

  • Tri County Calendar 9-26

    Submit events about 10 days in advance of publication date to editor@tricountyrecord.com.

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