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  • Penguin Hotel Restaurant
    Always Something Special at the Penguin Hotel Restaurant

    Any day of the week, any season of the year, there is always something special at the Penguin Hotel in Mount Airy. That might be a tasty burger on Burger Night on Monday, like the popular pizza...

    • Posted April 19, 2017
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  • 042017-on-tap
    What’s on Tap

    What’s On Tap Showcasing Local Micro Breweries Events, Craft Beers, Specials, and Weekly Drafts. Look for this section every other week in the Ephrata Review & Lititz Record! To Advertise on this page please contact your Sales...

    • Posted April 19, 2017
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  • Kissel Hill Family Care
    Kissel Hill Family Care — Care for You and your Family

    Kissel Hill Family Care cares for all members of your family. They are proud to offer care throughout the life span, with the goal of meeting your needs with a caring, compassionate spirit and a solid professional...

    • Posted April 19, 2017
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  • Tire Consultants
    Tire Consultants Takes You into Spring Safely

    Spring is in full bloom and if you’re on the road, make sure your tires are up to the trip. Check in with Tire Consultants before you head to the mountains or back country roads, to make...

    • Posted April 19, 2017
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  • These German students, enjoying a day in Lititz Springs Park with their hosts, are wrapping up their visit here this week. The exchange between Warwick High School and König-Karlmann Gymnasium in Altötting started in 1989. (Left to right) Laura Merwald, Alexis Sheely, Theresa Schwarz, Tamina Hantschmann, Lauren Sabol, and Abbi Clauser. Photo by Laura Knowles
    PA Germans: Warwick-Altötting exchange going strong since 1989

    Lauren Sabol and Theresa Schwarz are sisters. Not blood sisters, but two girls with a special bond. Sabol is a Warwick High School junior who spent three weeks in Altötting, Germany, last summer. She lived with the...

    • Posted April 19, 2017
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  • Scholastic Writing Award winner Gabriel Crouch has been offered a poetry scholarship by the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Ten years ago he was a 7-year-old cancer patient receiving chemotherapy treatments in Hershey.
    The soul of a young writer

    Cancer survivor will join classmates at Friday’s Mini-THON Gabriel Crouch is a writer who can climb into the souls of those he writes about, whether it is an aging widower who mourns the loss of his beloved...

    • Posted April 19, 2017
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  • Debbie Hevener (left) and Marcia Lefever are among the dedicated volunteers at Matthew 25. Photos by Missi Mortimer
    Matthew 25 makes top 10

    Thrift store has raised more than $2.5 million for charity since opening in 2000 For years, locals have known of the gems that can be found at Matthew 25. But now, the popular downtown thrift shop is...

    • Posted April 19, 2017
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  • Warwick senior midfielder Kyle Weaver (right) protects the ball from a Cocalico while carrying the ball in transition in Tuesday’s game. Photo by Dick Wanner
    Eagles top Warwick in key showdown

    The Cocalico boys lacrosse team scored in bunches both early and late Tuesday afternoon in Denver, besting Warwick 8-4 at Talon Field. The win moves the Eagles boys (4-1 league, 6-3 overall) into third place, just a...

    • Posted April 19, 2017
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  • After scoring a second-inning run against Cocalico, Manheim Central catcher Tyler Lutz (right) gets a fist bump from pitcher Taylor Rohrer in the Barons’ 7-0 shutout of the Eagles. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    First-place Barons remain unbeaten

    Manheim Central’s game was decided in the first inning on Monday. Highlighted by Brandon Fisher’s three-run homer, the Barons scored 12 times against Columbia and cruised to a 15-0 three-inning victory. Fisher also doubled in the game...

    • Posted April 19, 2017
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  • Manheim Central senior Taylor Funk (33), shown here scoring against Spring Grove in the District Three 5A playoff quarterfinals, was recently named First-Team All-State by the Pennsylvania Sports Writers. Photo by Mike Shull
    Funk selected First-Team All-State

    In his four years wearing Manheim Central’s maroon and gray colors, Taylor Funk recorded some statistics that will be hard to match. En route to becoming the all-time leading scorer in MC basketball history, the 6-foot-9 center/forward...

    • Posted April 19, 2017
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