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In Everyday Living, Opportunities, People, Uncategorized on April 24, 2017 at 2:24 pm

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Really, it’s pretty good stuff.

Here’s a great quote!

In Everyday Living, Government, Opinions, Uncategorized on April 24, 2017 at 6:42 am


All you have to do is attend one board meeting and you know board members are being disingenuous.

It’s from one of the letters-to-the-editor in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster.

The Opinion pages make the price of the daily newspaper truly a worthwhile investment – digitally or the “hold-it-in-your-hands” version.

The quote refers once again to the Manheim Township School District’s Board of Directors, but easily can be applied to many other entities comprised of “elected public servants” or their hand-picked appointees.

There are other topical views expressed in today’s letters and today’s Editorial is spot-on. Arming teachers and other school staffers is not a great idea – it’s not even a good half-baked one, yet State Sen. Scott Martin, a Martic Township Republican, co-sponsored the bill. Sen. Ryan Aument, a Landisville Republican, was among the Senate Education Committee members who voted 9-3 in favor of the bill Wednesday.”

Yesterday was a great day for “foodies”

In Everyday Living, In Columbia, Uncategorized on April 24, 2017 at 6:15 am

“River towns’ tasting event in Columbia brings friends together, showcases restaurants”Lancaster Online

And a Columbia mainstay – Hinkle’s – was soup station provider at yesterday’s Empty Bowls event – Empty bowls proceeds benefit TLC/Veterans’ Victory House Lancaster; the event brings together more than 20 local restaurants and soup makers. Each served up soup in one-of-a-kind, take-home handmade bowls. Celebrity servers were on hand to assist guests. Guests got to pick their own free handmade ceramic bowl. The event was held at the Lancaster Creative Factory.

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