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Linglestown Gazette: Backyard news and links, 08.19.08

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Backyard news and links, 08.19.08

Help needed Linglestown Colts youth football season kicks off this Sunday, Aug. 24 at Koons Park with a triple-header starting at 1 pm.

I’m in need of association officials or parents to jot down a few notes – final scores, who scored, top defenders, key plays, etc. – for game summaries that will be published on Linglestown Gazette. Please e-mail game info, or give me a call at 512-0722 if you need more info on what to do. You don't have to be a writer – just jot down a few notes and send them in and I'll do all the heavy lifting.

More on child death case If you’ve been following the story about the au pair living with a Lower Paxton Twp. family that’s been in the news, be sure to jump over to a Patriot-News story about the struggles au pairs face when they come to the U.S.

Another retail project in the works West Hanover Twp. supervisors approved a rezoning request for a large retail development planned for site across from Ciocca Honda on Route 22.

Tea time at Roasters St. Thomas Roaster in the village square will host a demonstration on various types of teas on Thursday, Aug. 21, 6 pm. If you thought tea is tea, then this is the place to be on Thursday. Come to learn from East Indies Coffee and Tea Company. They will show the best way to brew tea and explain the differences in the types and characteristics of tea.

3 Comments:

At 4:24 PM, Anonymous mike said...

BB - any idea what they're putting into the old Hollywood Video Store?

 
At 5:35 PM, Blogger Doran Payne said...

To Mike:

Bill posted this info a week or so ago:

The former Hollywood Video store located at the intersection of Linglestown and Colonial roads is being converted into the headquarters for Centric Bank, which is locally owned and formerly operated as Vartan Bank.

The building will get a new look and will include a full-service branch, Patti Husic, the bank’s top executive, told me a few weeks ago. She expects to move in sometime this fall.

Centric Bank offers personal and business banking at financial centers located in Harrisburg, Susquehanna Twp. and Mechanicsburg. The bank specializes in making life easier for small to medium-sized companies, said Husic.

BP

 
At 9:27 PM, Blogger BB said...

Thanks, BP.

 

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