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Linglestown Gazette: Linglestown Hump Day News ‘N Notes

Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Linglestown Hump Day News ‘N Notes

CD schools Central Dauphin school board member Christian Malesic was back in the news today. The Patriot-News published an op-ed piece that he penned on why he believes the proposed 3 percent budget increase for Dauphin County Technical School is too high. There’s no doubt where Malesic is on the political spectrum – he used the word “conservatives” five times in the article.

Government watchdog Lower Paxton Township supervisors tabled a request for a zoning map change Tuesday night for the Sportsman’s Golf Course after citizens asked for additional time to review the proposal. The landowners, Boyd Mahoney Partnership, hope to construct a senior age-restricted housing development, along with a mix of other types of housing, on the course and adjoining land. If constructed, the project would include building a street to connect Continental Drive in Susquehanna and Lower Paxton townships.

CD Sports On the diamond, Billy Felo went 4-for-4 with three RBIs and Nate Shroy fashioned four credible innings to hoist Central Dauphin over Carlisle 14-2. Sam Nott chipped in two hits, including a home run, for the Rams, who took advantage of three Herd errors in a seven-run fourth. … In boys’ volleyball, Central Dauphin kicked off its Commonwealth title defense with a 3-1 victory over Cedar Cliff. Nick Sheleman paced the Rams attack with 17 kills, four digs and two aces. … Moving to softball, Kiersten Darhower pitched an 11-inning complete game, and Sara Romano delivered a game-winning, two-run double in the 11th as Central Dauphin beat Carlisle 4-3.

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Food drive update Gazette readers donated about 60 pounds of food and other items today, bringing the total received so far to an outstanding 160 pounds! The drive will continue through Saturday at Amelia's Grocery Outlet on N. Mountain Road, and the proceeds benefit the emergency food pantry operated by Harrisburg Brethren in Christ Church on Derry Street. To get more details, CLICK HERE to view a brief video.

Here are a few much-needed items to consider donating – disposable diapers, soap powder for children’s clothes, ketchup, toilet paper, paper towels, peanut butter and canned goods.


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