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Drowning at the Rock: 26-year-old man drowns in Schuylkill River

By Lisa Mitchell|

Berks bunch plays key role in Pennsylvania’s Big 26 victory

It’s not too far a stretch to call Pennsylvania’s 2016 Big 26 squad the Berks 26. ...

By Jeff Dewees For Digital First Media |

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    Item Community Calendar July 27

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

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    Royalty reigns at Shartlesville Lions Club

    Berks County Dairy Princesses spoke, sang, told jokes and tap-danced their way into the hearts of the Shartlesville Lions Club members as they presented the message of the importance of milk in everyone’s life.

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    District Governor installs Frystown Lions Club officers

    The Frystown Lions Club welcomed District Governor Gus Meyer at the club’s recent meeting held at the Argot club members’ home on Frystown Road.

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    Hamburg Rotary Club awards two scholarships

    The Hamburg Rotary Club recently awarded Rotary scholarships to two young women, both pursuing careers in teaching. Those awarded scholarships were Melanie Haas and Alyssa Muller. Martha Bertolet was the program chairperson.

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    State Police: Shoemakersville man arrested for DUI

    On July 20 at 2:40 a.m., State Police from the Hamburg station were called to the Wal-Mart parking lot, 1800 Tilden Ridge Drive, in Tilden Township, for an unresponsive male behind the wheel of a Chevrolet Aveo.

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    Local student graduates from Cabrini

    Aron Russell Shutter, of Hamburg, recently graduated with distinction from Cabrini College, now Cabrini University (effective July 1), with a Master of Education in Education.

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    Local student earns academic honors at Cabrini

    Samuel Sheridan, of Kempton, was named to the Dean’s List for the spring 2016 semester at Cabrini College, now Cabrini University, in Radnor.

    Cabrini University |

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    Hawk Mountain earns coveted 4-star rating from Charity Navigator

    Hawk Mountain Sanctuary recently earned a four-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent charity monitor. This is the second consecutive year that the organization holds the highest possible rating.

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    Senators urge reinforcement of Inspector General’s office to prevent welfare fraud, save tax dollars

    Two senators are looking at ways to curb welfare fraud by increasing staff responsible for investigating claims regarding misuse of public benefits.

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    Local non-profits collaborate to help homeless single mother

    Bridge of Hope Berks County is serving a homeless single mother and her children in their Full Service Program. But, this service would not be possible without the collaboration with West Lawn United Methodist Church, Mary’s Shelter and QuadW Missional Internship Program. West Lawn UMC is renting an apartment in one of their buildings to this single mother at a reasonable cost. By doing so, the mother and her children will be safe and secure while Bridge of Hope Berks County works to...

    West Lawn United Methodist Church |

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