April 3, 2013- East High Street Elementary School first grader Leah Hufford was one of four finalists in the Harrisburg Senators “Hit the Books” Bookmark Contest. Her drawing was selected from more than 500 entries. As a finalist, Hufford’s design was printed as a bookmark and handed out to students in the Elizabethtown Area School District as a way to promote reading. During a special school wide assembly in March, Hufford was presented with a prize package by Harrisburg Senators mascot Rascal. The assembly was used as a kickoff to the Senators Hit the Books Reading Program. The program is[Read more...]
February 7, 2013- Fifth graders from the Bear Creek School recently moved from the classroom to a simulated city as part of Junior Achievement’s Biztown program. Located in York, PA, Biztown is an interactive model town that allowed the students to exam the connection between academics and the world beyond the walls of a classroom.While at the simulated community, the students learned valuable life skills as members of the work force and as private consumers. To experience the world of work, students were assigned to one of many business ventures including television or radio stations, a newspaper publisher or a[Read more...]
I am looking for a reliable and nice tenant. I have a 1 bedroom, 1 bath, 2nd floor apartment coming available for rent on February 1st. I am showing the unit and accepting rental applications this month. The location is great! It’s right across the street from a Church and Susquehanna Bank. The address is: 202 S. Market St. My phone number is: (717) 598-2612. Ask for Kat.
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In March of this year a small bakery opened on the square in Elizabethtown (see: Jody Viers Stapler: J’s Sweet Treats and J’s Sweet Treats Ice Cream Parlor). It may not be obvious to those who are not regular bakery customers that the bakery currently operating in this location is an entirely different business. The original bakery closed its doors a few month ago and a new business opened in its stead. The two bakeries are not related in any way, except that they occupied the same site. The new bakery, Center Square Bakery, is owned and operated by Natalie[Read more...]
December 12, 2012- In a unanimous 9-0 vote, the Elizabethtown Area School District Board of Education elected Terry Seiders and Caroline Lalvani as president and vice president respectively at its Dec. 4 reorganization meeting. Seiders and Lalvani will serve one-year terms. Seiders replaces Jamie Rowley who has served as board president for the past seven years. Rowley did not seek the position as he intends to retire from board service in December 2013 after fifteen years on the board. Seiders was appointed to the board in 2006 to fill a board opening. For the past three years, he has served[Read more...]
Elizabethtown’s Second Friday is this Friday December 14 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Here is a description of Second Friday from the organizations Facebook page: Elizabethtown’s Downtown Business Owners, Organizations, Churches and Local Artists are teaming up to have a community event every 2nd Friday of the month.Our mission is to re-unite the local residents with their downtown. We encourage all visitors to walk our town and enjoy all we have to offer. It is our goal to capture your imagination and explore our unique shops, cozy cafes and coffee houses, visit our museums and libraries, engage in our faith-based[Read more...]
The Train Guys of Elizabethtown, PA are putting finishing touches on the Interactive Holiday Train Display which will open to the public on Saturday, December 1, 2012! Not only is this Train Display amazing in its design and interactive fun, but every dollar raised goes to support Elizabethtown Public Library for the benefit of the Greater Elizabethtown Area. Each year, the Holiday Train Display at Elizabethtown Public Library is completely redesigned with new features including interactive display elements and push buttons where viewers make train activity happen. New features in the 2012 display are an accident scene and the old[Read more...]
November 12, 2012— Elizabethtown Area School District saluted twenty-five local veterans during its fifth annual Veterans Day Honoring Ceremony. The celebration afforded district students and staff a chance to thank local veterans for their service and sacrifice to the country. It also promoted civic involvement and the appreciation of the liberties Americans have as a result of the many community members who have contributed to our country through their service in the armed forces. All five branches of the military were represented among the more than two-dozen veterans who gathered in front of Elizabethtown Area High School for the ceremony[Read more...]
Elizabethtown Second Friday will be held on Friday November 9 from 5 to 9 p.m. Among the events scheduled are: Free mini pitas at Pita Pit Free mini smoothies at Pita Pit Buy one slice get one free at Brothers Pizza Decorate a cupcake station for $3 at Center Square Bakery Buy one book get one free at Pages Free coffee all day at Mary’s Clean Cuts Extended hours at Andrew Douglas Jewelers 50% off the entire store at Lights of Hope Extended hours at Groff’s Meats Art and acoustic cello at Lynden Gallery Folklore open[Read more...]