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Festive Christmas Planned In Downtown Ephrata

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A huge shout out to the Martzall Family of Ephrata who have a long history and family ties to the Ephrata community and that is why the Martzall family is so excited to share their beautiful spruce tree with the town. The centerpiece of Christmas and the launch of the holiday season in Ephrata has been the long time tradition of lighting the tree. This year that tradition will continue on Friday, November 27 in downtown Ephrata in front of the Ephrata National Bank building with special thanks to Ryan and Karen Martzall and their two boys Cole and Alex.

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Lititz Christian Native American Day

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The fourth grade students at Lititz Christian School recently celebrated Native American Day. Students in Mrs. Hackman’s class prepared for the day by choosing a tribe to research and then give a presentation in costume. Some of the students made rain sticks, bows and arrows, jewelry, pottery and other Indian crafts. The celebration ended with a special party with food, crafts and games.


Grassland FFA Holds Annual Citrus Fruit Sale

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Garden Spot High School Grassland FFA is holding their annual Citrus Fruit Sale until Wednesday, December 2. Fruit will be available for pickup the week of Monday, December 14. Pickup will be available from 2:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on the day of delivery. If you would like to order, you may call 717-354-1500, ext. 3209. Shown in the photo is the Grassland FFA Officer team.


Salem Lutheran Christmas Bazaar

(Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese)

Salem Lutheran Church, 1331 West Main Street, Ephrata, will be having a Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, November 28, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the fellowship hall. There will be many crafts, fresh baked items, used books, puzzles and games, house plants and refreshments available for sale. All proceeds will be used to benefit various community and church projects. Attend Salem’s Bazaar for lunch and get a start on your Christmas shopping.

Shown in the photo, from left to right, are Shirley Wechter, Carole Maxwell and Judy Kreutzberger.


Cocalico Class Officers Named

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Cocalico High School is pleased to introduce the Junior Class Officers for 2017. Shown seated, from left to right, are Steven Gagliano (Co-Vice President), and Juan Bermudez (Co-Vice President); (back) Morgan McDevitt (Treasurer), Lyndsay Engle (President), and Sarah Dunn (Secretary).

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