For their 49 years of service to the community, Don and Barbara Witman (right) of Hershey recently received Hershey Christian School’s “Salt and Light Award” from Scott and Karen Weidner (left). The Witmans have served the Milton Hershey School, Keystone Human Services, the Hershey Christian School and the Evangelical Free Church of Hershey.
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A new collecta ble block – “Hershey Museum, Bakery and Miniature Train” circa 1950 – is now available at the Hershey Township Historical Society gift shop at 40 Northeast Drive. For more info, call 520-0748.
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Bridget Jones chooses to use the bowling ball, instead of the dodge ball, in the annual game of Falconball at Lower Dauphin Middle School. Eighth graders from the Blue Team won the right to play the teachers as a reward for its victory in the school’s recent food drive. Photo: Nathan Merkel.
Lower Dauphin students in Lori Flickinger’s Foods II class – including Trisha Shenck, Sam Kelley, Cody Eckels and Mike Finsterbush – made cookies for members of the Pennsylvania Air National Guard’s 201st Squadron Engineers who are currently deployed overseas.
The acclaimed African Children’s Choir staged a free concert, sponsored by the Bridge Church, at Lower Dauphin Middle School on Nov. 29. “The children in the choir represent millions of children in Africa,” said choir founder Ray Barnett. “They are bright, articulate and motivated. We believe they can make a difference.”
Harpist Kylee Peterson performs at Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center at the Peace Tree Ceremony on Nov. 20. The ceremony, which has been sponsored by the Association of Faculty and Friends for 22 years, is a performance in memory and in honor of loved ones.
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