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Linglestown Gazette: Linglestown Monday mashup

Monday, March 31, 2008

Linglestown Monday mashup

An oversight A Gazette reader pointed out that I forgot to invite Ralph Nader in my open invitation to presidential candidates to visit Linglestown. No problem – Ralph, stop by anytime. And while I’m at it, the low-budget presidential candidate also is welcome.

Political watchdog Lower Paxton Twp. supervisors will conduct a business meeting tomorrow night, April 1 at 7:30 pm, Township Municipal Center, 425 Prince Street. Comcast cable subscribers can view a live broadcast of the meeting on channel 20.

Prior to the public meeting, the supervisors will discuss the acquisition of easements and right-of-ways for the Linglestown Improvement Project.

And, the meeting agenda includes a zoning-change request related to tentative plans to convert Sportsman’s Golf Course into some type of housing community.

Gone fishin' Denny Rhine and Pat Shupp of Linglestown braved cold temps Saturday to take part in opening day of trout season, so says The Sports Blog with The Patriot-News. I bet ice formed on the eyelets of their rods.

Highway report A state contractor is gearing up to do bridge repairs on the four-lane N. Mountain Road span over I-81. The bridge will remain open during the project with lane restrictions, according to a PennDOT spokesman. I have a call into PennDOT to get more details.

Family fun to benefit a good cause Caitlin’s Smiles, a local organization that provides craft goodie bags for children with chronic or life-threatening illnesses in Pennsylvania, is hosting a Pizza and a Movie Fundraiser at New Hope Church in Linglestown, Saturday, April 5 at 5 pm. Admission is by donation (suggested at $6 per person, less for small children).

Cool tunes on tap The world-renowned Dallas Brass will conduct a public concert as part of its Music in the Schools Project at Central Dauphin High School on Monday, April 7 at 7:30 pm. The concert will feature nearly 200 students from Central Dauphin Middle School, Linglestown Middle School, and Central Dauphin High School playing onstage with the Dallas Brass. Admission is $24 for adults and $18 for students and seniors. CLICK HERE for additional details.

Be sure to participate in the Linglestown Gazette Food Drive at Amelia’s that runs through Saturday, April 5. CLICK HERE for more info.


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