• Resilience Series will address suicide awareness and prevention

    Stories of suicide victims have frequented headlines, even in the small town of Lititz, and news travels fast on the internet. The real focus will be on the survivors of suicide at the next Resilience Series event,...

    • Posted May 2, 2018
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  • Scrambled eggs at Woodridge

    Woodridge Swim Club hosted a community Easter egg hunt on March 31. The event featured an hunt for kids, with separate toddler areas, door prizes, and photo ops with the Easter Bunny.   (Left to right) Karys,...

    • Posted April 4, 2018
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  • Pray for Lititz on March 2

      The Lititz Day of Prayer will be held the same day as internationally-recognized World Day of Prayer, March 2, at St. Luke’s United Church of Christ, 222 N. Broad St. Lititz. Music starts at 6:30 p.m....

    • Posted February 21, 2018
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  • Children will walk through a hole in a tree to enter the Tree House playground, and double ziplines are in the plans, as shown in this child’s design.
    Kids have a hand in designing Tree House playground

    The Lititz Church of the Brethren, partnering with Play By Design, revealed the plans for a new all-inclusive playground designed by local children during Tree House Design Day. The dreaming This playground will be unique to Lancaster...

    • Posted February 7, 2018
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  • Unflagging commitment: Lititz man receives national polo honor

    The Lancaster Polo Club was matched up against Darlington, Del., and won on a historic day for the U.S. Polo Association (USPA) this past Sunday at Forney Field in Rothsville. Robbie Zekany of Lititz became the first...

    • Posted August 2, 2017
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  • Eugene Tabbutt, a Luther Care resident, received two World War II medals for service this past July — 68 years after coming home from Japan. Photo by Sarah Hummer
    Lititz WWII vet receives medals… 68 years later

    Proud World War II Occupation of Japan veteran Eugene Tabbutt, 88, was honored with medals by VFW Post #1463 on July 28. “I was part of the group who visited the veterans at Luthercare during the Christmas...

    • Posted September 14, 2016
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  • Sarah Hummer, post race and color-blasted!
    Let’s Go! April was a blast

    MiniTHON is coming up this weekend, and it seems there’s been a lot of fun fundraising so far this spring. We ran a race, we played, and we ate like only Lititz boys could. Color Run 5Kwas...

    • Posted April 27, 2016
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  • Derek Hummer Jr., proudly wearing his Zootopia shirt, hangs out with Cilo at Penn Cinema.
    Let’s go!: A toast to March, and an eye on April

    March’s Memories March stood by its promise to tempt us with warmth, only to give us a few last chills. Here in Lititz, there was plenty to do. I enjoyed some events offered by the Lititz Public...

    • Posted April 21, 2016
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  • The Lititz Leos remind us that our future is in good hands. (Left to right) Jocelyn Brechbill, 14; Isabelle Lawson, 14; and Jill Colbert, 15.
    Let’s go! February was for chillin’ and bouncin’

    OK, so the month started out with two feet of snow, but that didn’t stop us (or me) from getting out and about. A quick look at the Community Calendar shows that that there’s plenty to do,...

    • Posted February 24, 2016
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  • The Liberty War Birds Association, which is restoring a Vietnam-era helicopter at the Lancaster Airport, includes (left to right) Nic Gurganus, Dave Jones, Kevin Schnetzka, Steve Rosinski, Bruce Grace, Tim McCredie, Jim Haga, Wes Crozier, Barry Horn, Rob Sangrey, Kathy McCullough, Sarah’s kid, Bruce McCullough, Kathy Wiker, Mike Caimi, Don Beatty, and Alexis Lake.
    Let’s go! A busy month of sauerkraut, hikes, and helicopters

    As December came to a close, we were ready to say goodbye to the holidays. We were exhausted, ready to sink into the couch and sleep through the far-less hectic month of January. However, our kids, both...

    • Posted February 1, 2016
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