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Longswamp hosts Pumpkin Hunt at the Park

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Fleetwood Girl Scouts Brownie Troop 1956 tours BCTC

Fleetwood Girl Scout Brownie Troop 1956 met with Chef Lynch and Chef Kuhwald for a tour of the culinary department at Berks Career & Technology Center. ...

By Linda Yuengel Fleetwood Girl Scout Service Unit Manager|

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    CONCERT PREVIEW: Herb Alpert to deliver ‘knockout’ show in Sellersville

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    A little gem of a movie — one that should be suitable for a wide range of ages — “Wonderstruck” is concerned with helping us understand what it is like to have no hearing.

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    Guitarist Adrian Legg to take the stage at the Kennett Flash

    England’s Adrian Legg has spent decades as one of the world’s most unique and talented guitarists. Merging acoustic and electric guitar and a finger style picking and tapping technique that is difficult to define, Legg has deservedly earned accolades from a long list of fellow guitar masters including Eric Johnson, Joe Satriani and Steve Vai.

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    La Amorah Salon, Lyons, celebrates first anniversary with Gatsby-themed Gala

    The staff at La Amorah Salon, 100 S. Kemp St., in Lyons, are proud to host its First Anniversary Gala to benefit Support Homeless Veterans, Inc. on Saturday, Dec. 2. Tickets for the Gala are on sale through Nov. 18.

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    Chrysanthemum craze takes over Longwood Gardens

    What’s autumn without mums? Chrysanthemums are a tradition that runs deep at Longwood Gardens. They were first grown and displayed in the gardens when founder Pierre S. du Pont opened the Conservatory in 1921.

    By Brian Bingaman bbingaman@21st-centurymedia.com @brianbingaman on Twitter|

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    Chesco Sheriff’s Office selling K-9 calendars as fundraiser

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    Cabela’s Hamburg dedicates POW/MIA Chair of Honor

    Cabela’s in Hamburg hosted a dedication ceremony for a POW/MIA Chair of Honor which was unveiled in the store on Nov. 3.

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    Boyertown School District’s finance chief leaving for new job

    BOYERTOWN >> You can add the name of the school district’s longtime chief financial officer to the list of top administrators leaving the Boyertown Area School District this year.

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    Fleetwood commemorates industrial history

    Fleetwood’s sense of history was in full effect on Nov. 4 as friends and neighbors gathered at the corner of Richmond and Locust streets for dedication of an official Pennsylvania State Historical marker honoring the formation of the Fleetwood Metal Body Company.

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