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Linglestown Gazette: Linglestown hump day news 'n notes

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Linglestown hump day news 'n notes

Koons Pool update The pool tentatively will open Memorial Day weekend, and the price schedule most likely will be the same as last year, according to pool spokesman Chuck Barto. The club is need of some board members to help run the pool. If you’re interested in helping out, CLICK HERE to contact Chuck.

My family last had a membership in 2006, and we paid $215 to renew. My daughter told me that the price for a day pass for non-members was $7. Please leave a comment if you have price info from last summer.

A Gazette reader asked whether the pool gets crowded during weekdays. Based on my observations, early afternoons are busy with daycare kids that are bused to the pool – but I'm not sure if the children are allowed in the lap pool. Again, please post a comment if you are a pool member with firsthand details.

LP news After two hours of discussion Tuesday evening, the Lower Paxton Township supervisors chose not to decide yet on a proposed zoning change for Sportman’s Golf Course. CLICK HERE for a story by T.W. Burger of The Patriot-News.

CD sports Headlining today’s report, persistence paid off for CD girls’ soccer team Tuesday in their 2-1 win over Cumberland Valley. The Rams (9-0) are ranked first in the state and fourth in the nation, according to Patriot-News stringer Michael Bullock. … In boys’ tennis, CD moved to .500 in the division Tuesday, thanks to a 5-2 victory over cross-township rival CD East. The Rams won three singles matches and at No. 2 and No. 3 doubles to secure the win. … CD men of the volleyball court rolled over Chambersburg 3-0 to move to an overall record of 6-3, one game behind division leaders Carlisle and Cumberland Valley. Jon Lutz powered the offense with 14 kills, four blocks and four aces, while Connor Eukland had 27 assists and two aces.

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1 Comments:

At 9:44 PM, Anonymous B said...

We had a family membership last year for the first time and it was around $235 or $225. It goes down about $10 or $20 for a renewal. At least that was last years policy.

 

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