First things first … Last week I posted a teaser about two articles that would appear this week about how I got framed (it really happened) and some happenings with Central Dauphin schools. Sorry folks, but I ran out of week and will attempt to punch them out early next week.
Speaking of Central Dauphin … The school board will consider changing policies to make it easier for the public to offer comments at their business meetings, according to two leaders of Citizens for CD Schools who attended Monday’s board meeting. That’s cool!
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Doing good stuff … American Legion Post 272 in Lingletown recently donated $1,000 to the Lebanon VA Medical Center for its homeless veterans program.
Chili/soup cook-off on tap Sunday … If you are ready to get out of the house for a fun afternoon, head over to St. Thomas United Church of Christ this Sunday, Jan. 20 at noon. If you want to compete or be a taster, call (717) 652-7259 for details. By the way, the church is located about a mile east of the Linglestown square on Route 39 at Wenrich Street. (map)
Polish invasion of Linglestown, sort of … Two Polish students performed at St. Thomas Roaster Coffee House before a packed house Thursday evening. Ela and Jurek (pictured left to right) are in the final days of their stay in the Linglestown area as participants in a business-training program operated by Linglestown resident Bill Minsker.
Attention real estate guys and gals … If you’re serious about building your business in the Linglestown area, please give me, Linglestown Gazette publisher Bill Bostic, a ring at (717) 512-0722 to get in the know about a great opportunity.