On Saturday | “Join us to HIKE, BIKE, PADDLE, or PLAY at the Riverlands Trail Festival. Join us on the first Saturday in June anytime between 10 am and 3 pm to hit the trail, learn about our heritage, and explore our natural and cultural resources. Pick up a passport when you arrive. On your trail adventure you’ll find stops all along the 11-mile trail between Columbia and Shock’s Mill Bridge. Stop to get your passport stamped and do some fun trail-side activities. Drop your passport off at any trail-head to be entered to win great prizes!
Splish, splash | Somebody asked about a Splash Park for Columbia at a local fb page; here’s what Red Lion’s done.
Done right | The Columbia Borough School District’s Website is “done right.”
Reality bites | “More home sellers being forced to cut prices” – MarketPlace
Veterans’ clubs & others | If you’re in the leadership strata (or you’re a member) this column from the American Legion’s Keystone News May/June/July issue is a must read.
Adapt, become meaningful … or disappear | “As members die off, VFWs and American Legions scramble to bridge the generation gap” – The Reading Eagle
Twice a winner | “Lancaster County woman wins $1M at same Peach Bottom store where she won $100K before” – Lancaster Online
New gaming destination | “Wind Creek Bethlehem plans to become ‘No. 1 resort destination in the Northeast’” – The Morning Call
Here, OK; in Europe, not OK | “Crispr gene-editing will change the way Americans eat – here’s what’s coming.” – The technology will be labeled and subject to stringent health and environment review in the EU, but not in the US, where produce could be radically changed. – The Guardian
“What banned substances might be hiding in your groceries? | If you live in the US, your grocery store is full of substances banned in Europe. Use our handy tool to find out what they are and how to avoid them.” – The Guardian