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Leslie November 14, 2013 at 07:24 am
How does one contribute if they cannot attend? Is there a paypal account set up?
Josh Popichak November 14, 2013 at 09:26 am
@Leslie. I'm not sure. I would call the number listed (610-310-7100) or send an email to ask ifRead More there is a way to do that. I would hope so!
Phillyboy October 28, 2013 at 08:25 am
Th rail trail while a beautiful addition to our community seems to be an accident waiting to happen.Read More While they are yield signs for drivers to obey as they cross the trail not sure that their are ample warnings for pedestrians that are biking or walking the trail? I have had several close encounters while driving with pedestrians whizzing bye on the trail.
eileen hirschhorn October 19, 2013 at 08:05 am
Great job! so happy to have Eric involved in the library! WE appreciate the hard work that wentRead More into making this a grand success!
Sidney Stevens October 21, 2013 at 01:06 pm
It was a wonderful event. A great way to help the library continue celebrating its 50th anniversary!Read More Thank you specifically to Eric, Kristen Bruck, Jim DeSouza, Lynnette Saeger, and Joanne Schubach for helping organize and participate. Thank you also to all the other volunteers, donors and participants. It was definitely a big success and will help the library continue evolving and growing during its next 50 years.
Spook Cat October 10, 2013 at 01:36 pm
This is a fun event and 100% of all the proceeds go to pay the $50,000 per month costs ofRead More maintaining a safe and loving home for almost 400 of the area's most needy and desperate homeless cats and dogs. Visit our website, animalsindistress-pa.org, to learn more about our life saving work. We were founded in 1977 as an alternative to euthanizing unwanted animals, especially those deemed too old or not healthy enough to be considered "adoptable." Every animal admitted is guaranteed good care and a lifelong home, if it is not adopted by a suitable family. In its decades of service, Animals in Distress has existed TOTALLY on donations and fundraising events, and has never received one dollar of tax money or public money. Please visit us and see for yourself what wonderful work we are doing. We are open to the public from 1 to 4 pm on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Lower Milford Resident Association President Lori Sickenberger presents a donation to the township's Park Fund to supervisors Mike Snovitch, Donna Wright and William Roy at a meeting in June (Photo by Lower Milford Township).
Mark Jamison July 3, 2013 at 01:07 pm
Wait ! Isn't the LMRA the same special interest group accused and eventually investigated forRead More "electioneering " at the last election in May? You know.....the election where no one showed up.....
Mark Jamison July 3, 2013 at 01:12 pm
Yes.....I believe they are.... I wonder what civic minded individual we can thank for bringingRead More this blatant example of election day shenanigans to light.
Mark Jamison July 3, 2013 at 01:16 pm
I believe we owe him ( or her ) a debt of gratitude for helping to keep such arrogant, myopic andRead More self indulgent groups at bay.
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