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Kutztown High School SADD lobbies Senator Argall about teen driving laws

By Lisa Mitchell|

Rain dampens 1st Kutztown Art Crawl

Kutztown Community Partnership’s first annual Kutztown Art Crawl was dampened by the rain on Thursday, April 28. ...

By Lisa Mitchell|

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    KHS Dance Team claims title of TIA Atlantic Coast Champions

    The Kutztown Dance team competes in chapter 2 of the N.J.A.T.I.A. (National Judges Association Tournament Indoor Association). The TIA includes Indoor Guard, Percussion, Dance and Twirling groups from mid-Atlantic region (from upstate New York to West Virginia). The Kutztown High School dance team has claimed the title of TIA Atlantic Coast Champions at the 44th annual N.J.A.T.O.B.(http://njatob.org). This was their fifth year under coach Jennifer Traylor. There are 11 girls ranged in ages...

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    KCP to take over management of Kutztown Pool

    The Kutztown Community Partnership will take over management of the snack stand at the Kutztown Community Swimming Pool as of opening day, May 28, announced Nancy Brooks, KCP Main Street Manager.

    Kutztown Community Partnership (KCP) |

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    Rep. Mackenzie announces fire and EMS grant awards

    Rep. Ryan Mackenzie (R-Berks/Lehigh) announced on April 29 that volunteer fire and emergency medical services (EMS) companies in the 134th District will share more than $110,000 in state grants.

    Office of Representative Ryan Mackenzie |

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    Kutztown Fair receives $5,000 grant from Land O Lakes

    The Kutztown Fair Association has accepted the generosity of national milk cooperative, Land O Lakes, for its assistance in upgrading the Fair’s computer registration and record keeping for the more than 4,000 entries at the 2016 Kutztown Fair.

    The Kutztown Fair Association |

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    Fleetwood Brownies explore ‘sensing stations’ with Junior Girl Scouts

    Fleetwood Girl Scout Junior Troop 1811 recently took a trip across town to visit Brownie Girl Scout Troop 1956 and help them earn their Brownie Senses badge.

    Submitted By Linda Yuengel Fleetwood Girl Scout Service Unit Manager |

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    Fleetwood’s Brownie Troop 1956 earns Household Elf badge at Angelica Park

    Fleetwood Girl Scout Brownie Troop 1956 recently took a trip to the Education and Watershed at Berks Nature, at Angelica Park.

    Submitted By Linda Yuengel Fleetwood Girl Scout Service Unit Manager |

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    Local financial professional recognized for top performance by Signator Investors, Inc.

    Andrew Maron, Partner of Client 1st Financial, LLC of Fogelsville, a member of Signator Investors, Inc., powered by John Hancock Financial Network, has qualified for the ACE ’16 conference by finishing as a top finalist under the company’s “Best of Class” category. The award is one of the highest honors that Signator bestows on financial professionals within the national network. ACE stands for “Achieving Client Excellence.” This marks the first time...

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    Patriot Community Calendar May 5

    Send events to lmitchell@berksmontnews.com by Friday noon week prior to publication.

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    Shartlesville Lions Club president welcomes newest member

    Shartlesville Lions Club president Bob Argot welcomed the club’s newest member, Wesley Raup-Konsavage upon having inducted him. The club is growing and is anticipating its next major event, a chicken barbecue on May 14. The meal offered includes a chicken half and a baked potato. It is being held at the Shartlesville Township Park on 4th Street from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and will benefit the club’s outreach programs.

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    Hamburg Leo Club attends annual volunteer trip

    Volunteerism is a driving aspect of the Leo Club, and members of the club find enjoyment in helping those who need it. The Hamburg chapter of the Leo Club, along with Governor Mifflin’s Service learning Club, reached out to three organizations from March 20 to 23 and offered their help wherever it was needed. Six students went on the trip, being chaperoned by Miss McCarthy, the club’s advisor. The students that attended the trip were Victoria Baumert, Leah Bertschy, Shannon...

    By Victoria Baumert Hamburg Area High School |

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