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LOWER POTTSGROVE — A Boyertown Area School District van was involved in a crash in Lower Pottsgrove Wednesday morning, police and school district officials said....
HARRISBURG — Hundreds of frustrated taxpayers boarded buses Tuesday morning to take their demand for property tax relief to the people who can make it happen — the members of the Pennsylvania Legislature....
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Trinity Lutheran Church in Topton
Kelsey Volker, daughter of Kurt and Anita Volker of Yakima, Washington, and John Churchman, son of Lee and Kay Churchman of Lenhartsville, were married Nov. 18, 2011 in Seattle, Washington.
Gender: FemaleBirth Year: 2008
If you like the taste of root beer then you’ll love this lip-smackin’ chicken! The root beer flavor adds a rich caramel accent to the BBQ sauce. I can’t say that there is a strong flavor of root beer, but the flavor complements the other ingredients for a flavorful bar-be-que. If you aren’t like me and have your grill handy all year, bake the chicken in the oven until done.
The Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association bestowed its “President’s Award” to state Sen. Judy Schwank (D-Berks).
Reprint: Kutztown Historical Society booklet 1991, The Kutztown Patriot Visitor’s Guide 1992.
St. Joseph Health Network Strausstown held an open house for the community on Dec. 8 and officially opened on Tuesday, Dec. 10. Allowing the community to have a preview of the center, previously Strausstown Elementary School, and interact with its staff emphasized the importance of the relationship between the urgent and diagnostic care center and those it will serve.
The Hamburg Area Historical Society will have an Open House on Saturday, Dec. 14 from 1 to 5 p.m. at their museum at 102 State Street. Guests may browse and soak up some local history, and enjoy the festive feeling of the season with some refreshments. There is parking at the rear of the building and across the street.
At a recent meeting of the Hamburg Area Historical Society, its president, Elmer Schrack, voiced his concern that the organization was losing its momentum. This feeling was echoed by many in the audience, who have noticed falling attendance at the meetings and programs, and the need for more and younger members.