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Linglestown Gazette: Linglestown church needs bricks

Monday, November 15, 2010

Linglestown church needs bricks

If you have some bricks that are taking up space in your garage or yard, please consider donating them to a local church that needs them for an upcoming project.

St. Thomas United Church of Christ plans to build a meditative labyrinth this spring in the meadow behind the church building. The church is located about a half-mile east of the village on Linglestown Road at Wenrich Street.

About 1,700 bricks are needed that will be placed in the ground to outline the labyrinth in a design that is shown below. Donations of bricks will be accepted in any number, any color, and they don't have to be perfect.

Please contact Kathie Gifford via e-mail if you have bricks to donate or need more information.


At 3:02 PM, Anonymous baka² said...

A former 4-story asylum was demolished along hwy 850 in Perry County last year. I don't remember the exact location, but I believe it's shortly before one reaches Landisburg when driving from Marysville. The pile of bricks and rubble is still on-site along with a sign / phone number that they are for sale. Might be cheap — or perhaps the church can coax a donation.


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