For three years, crafters and vendors concentrated on jewelry, clothing, and items for the home.
This year, organizers of Quarryville Fire Company's annual spring vendor and craft show are trying to attract more customers.
by Bud Hart
According to junior varsity baseball coach, John Girvin, Mother Nature has been cruel to the Lancaster-Lebanon Baseball League.
“All non-league games have been postponed and the opening day was delayed three days,” wrote Girvin. “The team practiced twice on an actual field going into the first game.” Read more...
Carly Bryant wanted to change careers.
Michelle Reeves was looking for a way to supplement her income.
Both found what they were looking for at the Next Gen Senior Center in Quarryville where they took over from former directors Vicki Henry and Terry Ludwig, both of whom have retired.
The center's clients have made the transition nearly seamless. Read more...
Members are preparing for Zion United Church of Christ of New Providence's spring craft and antique sale
So far, 18 crafters and antique dealers have signed up to participate in the sale.
"It's mostly crafts," said organizer Alberta Levengood. "There will be no home party goods." The church will also be offering memorabilia for sale. Read more...
A selection of paintings and other works by local artists will be among the featured items at the 6th annual Quarryville Library benefit auction.
Three paintings by Charles X. Carlson were donated by the late Diane Gicker. Two other Carlson paintings have been donated by other area residents. Read more...
Solanco's FFA small engine repair team won the annual regional contest last week.
Reilly Sollenberger finished first in the individual scoring with a total of 199.5 and Daniel Craig was third with a score of 180.5. That gave the team a total of 380 points. The team from Pequea Valley finished second with 352 and Lampeter-Strasburg came in third with 302.
"It's a lot easier now. We used to have to store everything inside and then start moving it out at 4:30 in the morning."
That's how former Rawlinsville Fire Company Chief Bill Bleacher remembers the volunteers early mud sales.
The sales began a half century ago, held in the fields behind the former fire station on Drytown Rd.
Local groups to host