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Current military personnel of all ages, veterans, and their families found benefits information and job opportunities recently at the fourth annual Veterans’ Expo & Job Fair at Spooky Nook Sports, Manheim.
The clock struck 9 a.m. not a minute too soon. The lobby of the Carlisle Expo Center was filled to bursting as the crowd accumulated, waiting for the doors to open for the start of the 18th annual Cumberland County 50plus EXPO on Oct. 19.
One part entertainment attraction, one part informational resource, with a helping of health and a dash of community fair—these unusual “ingredients” blend to create the unique atmosphere at the York County 50plus EXPO, held recently at the York Expo Center.
Like most seasonal choral groups, rehearsals for the Sing for the Moment choir held at the Rife Center at Bethany Village are well underway.
“Any company organization that supports veterans—that draws me here.”
The waiting crowd accumulated inside Spooky Nook Sports in Manheim on a recent morning in late September, as hundreds of baby boomers, seniors, and caregivers lined up for the start of the 21st annual Lancaster County 50plus EXPO.
Area veterans of all ages, active military, and their families are urged to attend the Veterans’ Expo & Job Fair, a free, one-day event from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, at the Spooky Nook Sports, 2913 Spooky Nook Road, Manheim.
It’s been six years since Peggy Kurtz Keller stood rooted on stage in overjoyed delight after hearing her name announced as the winner of On-Line Publishers’ 2011 PA State Senior Idol competition,
“I have an open mind; I’m ready for anything.”
If your clubs are already cleaned and polished, you may want to polish your golfing technique, too, before you set foot on the green.
In the sports world, the players get the praise. But also there, literally on the sidelines, are the referees whose knowledge and skill are integral to the structure and flow of the game.
If athletic ability is supposed to dissipate with age, Ken Eberle’s body clearly hasn’t gotten the message.
As a 12-season linebacker and defensive end for the Pittsburgh Steelers, Robin Cole was no stranger to, well, tackling problems head on.
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