CB East and West Girls’ Soccer Teams Unite in Kick for Pink Game

The Central Bucks East and West Girls’ Soccer teams, in partnership with Doylestown Hospital, held a Kick for Pink game on October 14, at War Memorial Field in Doylestown. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, the event raised funds to support women in our community who are being treated for breast cancer. The event acknowledged women who are breast cancer survivors, have been affected by breast cancer, or are representing a woman who lost her life to the disease.

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Celebrate Thanksgiving at Spring Mill Country Club

Start a new tradition by gathering with friends and family to celebrate Thanksgiving at Spring Mill Country Club in Ivyland. Enjoy a bountiful gourmet buffet overlooking the picturesque golf course.

Their chefs have prepared an exquisite selection of traditional holiday favorites, which include carved turkey with giblet gravy and carved honey mustard glazed ham. Buffet table including mashed potatoes, candied yams, green bean casserole, succotash with pearl onions, fresh garden medley, baked tilapia fillet with lemon dill sauce, tortellini pasta with mushroom alfredo sauce, seafood creole, rice medley, homemade stuffing and fresh cranberry relish. Also included is soup, deluxe salad and dessert stations.

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Hunt Country Furniture to close Buckingham showroom

One of the oldest handcrafted furniture companies in the country will be closing its venerable Buckingham showroom on November 16th. Hunt Country Furniture has been building unique, heirloom quality furniture since 1926, and will continue serving the Philadelphia area from its Chadds Ford, PA location.

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CB West teacher selected to participate in Understanding Sacrifice Program

A teacher from Central Bucks High School West, Brian Weaver, has been selected to participate in the 2015 Understanding Sacrifice program offered through National History Day (NHD). NHD selected a total of 18 middle and high school teachers to participate in the American Battle Monuments Commission’s (ABMC) Understanding Sacrifice program. The selected teachers will conduct an in-depth study of World War II in Europe that will result in teaching activities that utilize ABMC resources and put in context America’s overseas, military, commemorative cemeteries.

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Eiseman Roofing accepting nominations for free roof giveaway

Eiseman Roofing is sponsoring the “No Roof Left Behind” free roof giveaway for a deserving homeowner.  Eiseman is accepting nominations for this national program at noroofleftbehind.com.

Nominees must be Bucks County residents and own the home they live in. Nominations will be accepted until November 16th, 2014. Their stories will be posted on Eiseman Constructions Facebook page. The public can vote for the finalist deemed most deserving from December 1st through December 15th. The winner will be announced online on December 18th.

For information about “No Roof Left Behind,” call 215-345-9159 or visit www.eiseman.biz.

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12th Annual Tennis Classic lists winners

The Boys’ 18s and 16s divisions of the Bucks County Tennis Association Jr. Classic were played over two days at two sites – Bucks County Community College in Newtown and Core Creek Park Tennis Center in Langhorne – on September 27th and 28th. Plenty of local talent was on hand at the 12th Annual BCTA Jr. Classic, with 21 players in the two age divisions vying for trophies in this USTA-sanctioned tournament.

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Encores Club donates to AWP

The Encores Club of Doylestown presented a check for $1000 to ”A Woman’s Place” (AWP) in Doylestown during their October luncheon, Thursday, October 16th at the Frenchtown Inn, Frenchtown, NJ.

Pictured (from left) are: Diane Anderson, Heather S. Giampapa, recipient of check for AWP, Cindy Edwards, Katharina Kappils, Pam Fuchs, and Marie von Elten.

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Twilight Wish receives donation from Kistler-Tiffany Foundation

William Daggett, III (left), of Berwyn-based The Kistler-Tiffany Foundation, recently presented a $3,500 check to Doylestown-based national nonprofit organization Twilight Wish Foundation. This grant is in support of Twilight Wish’s Simple Needs Wish Granting Program and will allow Twilight Wish to fulfill several simple needs wishes for low-income senior citizens.

Receiving the check from Daggett is Twilight Wish representative Mary Farrell, Director of Community Relations.

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Lenape Valley Foundation names new board of directors members

Lenape Valley Foundation (LVF) has announced the election of two new members to its board of directors. They are:

  • Karen J. Babik, Ph.D. of Doylestown – former Director, Communications, Marketing, Public Relations and Education of The Board of Pensions of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Philadelphia.

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Plumstead Baseball makes the move to Little League

by Matt Snider

Two years ago, Plumstead Baseball saw its boundaries from which it can recruit players cut in half. Mike Harte, president of Plumstead Baseball, left the meeting that day with knowledge that a change had to be made.

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