Massage Envy Spa offers customized massages and facials for an enhanced quality of life


by June Portnoy 

Many people believe that receiving a massage is a luxury reserved for the elite or only indulged in during vacations. The truth is that enjoying a routine massage is a relaxing experience that will improve one’s health and wellness. It doesn’t have to cost a fortune!

“Receiving a massage can enhance your quality of life by offering benefits such as reducing stress, promoting better sleep, and decreasing the frequency of headaches,” says Scott Loev, co-owner of Massage Envy Spa in Langhorne.

“A massage is also a proven method to alleviate pain caused by injuries and arthritis.”

Massage Envy Spas’ certified massage therapists customize your massage, using a combination of techniques depending upon your individual needs.

They provide all types of massages, such as Swedish, deep tissue, sports, hot stone, prenatal, and geriatric. They can also perform more therapeutic techniques such as trigger point therapy, cranial sacral therapy and reflexology.

The entire experience for each guest is designed to provide comfort and eliminate stress. A tranquility room, lit with candles and a fireplace, is set with luxurious quiet seating and offers infused waters and teas.

For your massage, you’ll be escorted to one of 13 peaceful rooms.  Each area of the spa is softly lit with soothing instrumental music playing in the background.

The massage tables are state of the art. They are heated and hydraulically raise or lower, allowing the therapist to easily apply the best massage techniques.

A couple’s massage is also very popular. There is a specially designed room where you and your significant other can receive the benefits of a massage together.

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Irish Rover Station House relocates to Langhorne

by June Portnoy

The Irish Rover Station House, known as a family-friendly, neighborhood restaurant and bar in Penndel since the last 1970s, has moved close by to 1033 S. Bellevue Avenue in Langhorne.

“Thanks to our loyal, longstanding customers, in addition to our continuous stream of new patrons over the years, we outgrew our former location,” says Tracey Crouse, Irish Rover Station House owner, along with partner, Ray Crouse.

Although the new location still offers the same menu served by many of the same waiters and waitresses you’ve known for years, it is a significantly larger venue capable of providing additional features and services.

The Irish Rover Station House now has a banquet room, called The Irish Rover Station House Inn, which accommodates up to 100 people. “We offer a full in-house catering menu with lot of choices,” adds Tracy. “Consider having your next special event or holiday party here.”

You also have the option of ordering party trays and platters from the Irish Rover Station House if you prefer to host your party at home.

The Irish Rover Station House’s increased size provides more open space, so it now has room for shuffleboard and more TVs throughout the restaurant and bar area. Plus, it has additional seating. It purposely has no booths; only tables that can be easily pushed together to handle large parties.

It continues to serve everything from burgers to steaks every day. 

“As always, our food is prepared fresh daily on the premises using the finest quality ingredients,” says Tracey. “We offer generous portions of good quality food.”

Plus, the Irish Rover Station House now offers some homemade desserts.

Different specials are offered everyday. For example, Wednesday night’s special is crab legs. Early Bird Specials are still available Mondays through Thursdays from 4:00pm until 6:00pm. “Enjoy smaller portions at lower prices,” suggests Tracy.

Another addition is the large variety of 23 beers on tap, including craft and microbrews. Its Happy Hours are weekdays from 5:00pm until 7:00pm. During this time, you’ll receive 75 cents off of beer and well drinks, $4 per glass of wine and appetizer specials.

Another popular addition to the Irish Rover is its live bands every Saturday night. Plus, it sometimes offers a DJ or duos on Thursdays and Fridays, and Open Mic Night on Tuesdays.

When the weather gets warmer, you can look forward to eating or drinking outside on the patio, still another new feature at the Irish Rover Station House.

“Regardless of where the Irish Rover is located, it continues to be a favorite neighborhood hangout,” says Tracy. “Unlike most chain restaurants, this is a family-owned and operated establishment that offers a friendly atmosphere where you can catch up with people you know and make new friends as well.”

Children are welcome if accompanied with adults up until 9:00pm.

If you’re taking the train home from work and don’t feel like cooking, come in to take out dinner. Six-packs are also available for take-out.

The Irish Rover Station House is open every day of the week from 11:00am until 2:00am. Come by and find out why it was voted Best of Bucks Restaurant and Pub 2013.

For additional information call 215-970-5412 or visit

PHOTO CAP: Katelyn Burgess (left) and Lauren Hoffman, two members of the wait staff at the Irish Rover Station House


Frequent Boutique: Fashionable, affordable women’s clothing and accessories

by June Portnoy

When you think of a “boutique,” you might assume that means an expensive, upscale store, but nothing could be farther from the truth at Frequent Boutique, recently opened in Langhorne.

“Offering affordability is one of my top priorities,” says store owner, Jaclyn Skirlis, whose background includes working in the New York fashion industry. “The most expensive item in my store at the moment is a formal dress you can wear to a wedding that costs just $94.

“A boutique store doesn’t have to be expensive. By definition, it’s a small store typically selling exclusive clothing and accessories.” 

Unlike stores at the mall that carry a large selection of identical merchandise, when you buy something here, you’re unlikely to find many other women wearing the same thing.

“Once we sell a particular item, it’s typically gone for good,” explains Jaclyn.

As a result, the turnover of merchandise is higher here than at other stores. It receives new stock every couple of weeks, so it pays to come in frequently to see the latest arrivals before someone else buys it first.

In addition, Jaclyn sells merchandise from local vendors who handcraft one-of-a-kind items, such as scarves and jewelry.

Another misconception of Frequent Boutique is that it’s a consignment shop because its prices are so affordable. Jaclyn sets the record straight by emphasizing that everything sold here is brand new and quite fashionable.

And don’t confuse Frequent Boutique as being one of those pretentious stores where you feel uncomfortable walking into. In contrast, Jaclyn has worked hard to create a friendly, welcoming environment. Not only is Jaclyn the owner, she is also the sole employee.

“To me, good customer service is key in running a business, and I strive to establish a positive rapport with every one of my customers,” says Jaclyn.

She personally greets every person who walks in the door and enjoys helping customers put outfits together and select clothing that fits well. Being Jaclyn is always at the store, she learns her repeat customers’ taste in clothing and will take the time to call them if something comes in that she knows they will like.

Don’t let the small size of Frequent Boutique fool you because inside is packed with a large variety of merchandise.

“We sell a little bit of everything and can dress you from head to toe,” says Jaclyn, who describes her inventory as including leggings, jeans, shirts, tank tops, formal dresses, evening bags, handbags, sunglasses, wallets, fun fashion watches, scarves, belts, plus much more!

All merchandise is well organized, so it’s easy to find what you’re looking for. Come in now for the store’s end of summer sale, and get even better deals on already low prices.

And if you’re shopping ahead, Frequent Boutique is already carrying fall merchandise.

“I really appreciate how area businesses and residents have embraced Frequent Boutique into this community,” says Jaclyn, a Langhorne resident who lives just minutes from her boutique.

If you’re looking for great prices on fashionable clothing and accessories, stop by Frequent Boutique at 104 E. Maple Avenue in Langhorne.

Store hours are Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:30am until 5:30pm, Thursdays from noon until 7:00pm, Saturdays from 9:00am until 2:00pm and Sundays from 9:00am until 1:00pm. For more information visit Frequent Boutique on Facebook or call 215-757-2211.

PHOTO CAP: Frequent Boutique owner Jaclyn Skirlis


Karen Ann Ulmer, P.C. Attorneys at Law: Personalized attention from experienced family law attorneys

by June Portnoy

If you’re in the process of getting divorced, you know what an emotional experience this process can be. Just selecting a divorce attorney can be stressful. Finding someone who listens, understands and explains what you can expect is very important.

Karen Ann Ulmer, P.C. Attorneys at Law, a law firm in Langhorne, offers each client the personalized attention they deserve from experienced, compassionate lawyers who have proven themselves capable of protecting their clients’ rights and understanding their needs.

Whether your legal matter involves a high asset or simple divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, domestic violence or other problem, the lawyers here are on your side and have the resources and expertise to help you during this difficult time. This firm provides creative solutions to challenging legal problems, resolves matters out of court and also litigates when necessary.

“When you call or come into our office, practically every member of our staff will know who you are and be familiar with your case,” says Stephen Gaeta, legal assistant at Karen Ann Ulmer, P.C. Attorneys at Law.

The firm offers a free consultation by phone or in the office and provides reduced rates for clients receiving Social Security Disability Income.

Karen is licensed to practice law in both PA and NJ. She is also a member of the Family Law section of the Bucks County Bar Association, the Montgomery County Bar Association and the Pennsylvania Bar Association.

For a free confidential consultation by phone or in the office with one of the attorneys, call 215-752-6200. The main office is located at 174 Middletown Blvd, Suite 300 in Langhorne, just across from Oxford Valley Mall, with regular hours of 8:30am to 5:30pm Mondays through Fridays.

For more information about Karen Ann Ulmer, P.C. Attorneys at Law, visit

PHOTO CAP: Karen Ann Ulmer, P.C.


Attleboro Community: Senior living tailored to your individual lifestyle

by June Portnoy

Attleboro Community offers independent living for active adults, personal care for those needing assistance with daily living, and skilled nursing and rehabilitation for those requiring 24-hour skilled care for short-term rehabilitation and long-term care needs.

“Our independent living, personal care and skilled nursing and rehabilitation work together as a Continuing Care Retirement Community,” says Mary Kender, Executive Director of Attleboro Community.

Today, one can choose either a lease or a Type C contract allowing for the flexibility and individual lifestyle preference. Both of these options enable individuals to stay on campus for the continuum of their care or to move closer to family if/when increased services are required and family proximity is desired. Both plans work very well with all forms of long-term care insurance.

An Attleboro Village, lease option requires no entrance fee.

Residents can enjoy a carefree lifestyle and all the services and amenities offered in a well-appointed independent living community. Beautiful and spacious studios, one bedroom and two bedroom apartments with abundant closets and large balconies are available for immediate occupancy.

Residents desiring a C Contract will select an entrance fee with a 90% refundable or declining balance. Residents have the option of using the refundable portion for a higher level of care on campus, or have it returned directly to them.

This entrance fee makes residents eligible for a fully upgraded apartment with a location of their choice. Plus, they receive priority placement at The Brunswick or Attleboro Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, as well as coordination of health services throughout the campus. 

All residents receive an inviting continental breakfast and a dinner served restaurant-style with a choice of dining venues. 

Other amenities include transportation to doctor’s appointments, shopping and local attractions at no additional fee, and a variety of engaging recreational activities to stimulate their mind, body and soul. 

Attleboro is “right-sized” for those seeking a warm and friendly feel in a charming environment. It takes little time to feel at home. It is conveniently located, with easy access to shopping, hospitals, cultural and recreational attractions. 

“We feel that our Attleboro team members set us apart from other retirement communities,” says Mary. “We are so proud of the longevity of our caring and dedicated staff. We are like a family with a strong bond between those who live and work in this community.”

For all these reasons, it’s no surprise that 100% of those responding to a recent survey said that Attleboro met and exceeded their expectations.                      

For more information, call Attleboro Community, located at 290 East Winchester Avenue in Langhorne, at 215-750-7575 or visit


Tucker Chiropractic and Wellness Center: Helping patients reach and maintain optimal health

by June Portnoy

If you are suffering from chronic back pain or sciatica caused by degenerative disc disease, bulging/herniated discs, facet or failed back surgery, you know how debilitating that pain can be. Chances are you’ve probably been told the only ways to relieve this pain are by taking muscle relaxers or pain medication, getting steroid injections or having surgery.

However, if you go to Tucker Chiropractic and Wellness Center in Langhorne, you more than likely can avoid all of these treatment options and receive lasting relief in a caring environment. That’s because this chiropractic office uses non-surgical spinal distraction, a revolutionary technology that is very safe and uses FDA cleared equipment to decompress spinal structures in a precise, gentle and effective manner. 

Nationally, only one percent of chiropractors are certified to use this equipment, and Dr. David Tucker, owner of Tucker Chiropractic and Wellness Centers, is among this small percentage. He trained with the doctor who innovated this technique.

“The far majority of my patients who undergo this non-surgical procedure see symptomatic relief within 30 days,” says Dr. Tucker. “Ultimately, they receive significant pain relief and are able to resume their daily functioning.

“Ninety-nine percent of people with disc disease that we see don’t need surgery. Plus, surgery is not always successful, and with surgery, you will be left with scar tissue that will eventually compress and contract tissue, which is not good for long term outcomes.”

In addition, Dr. Tucker strongly believes that pain medications are often overprescribed and overused, often leading to addiction.

Another specialty of Dr. Tucker’s is implementing postural correction. This is particularly important for people experiencing chronic neck pain from computer use, and for those with humpback posture.

Dr. Tucker uses Mirror Image exercise, adjustment and traction techniques to correct spinal posture deviations back towards normal alignment.  By correcting whole spine misalignments, more permanent corrections of your ailments can be achieved.

Dr. Tucker also treats people with whiplash, providing a thorough evaluation, consultation and exam. If needed, he will also conduct nerve scans in the office, as well as a spinal X-rays.

“I do all this to get a better understanding of the injury so I can apply the correct technique exactly where it is needed,” says Dr. Tucker, who is post-graduate certified in treating whiplash by the Spine Research Institute of San Diego.

Once his patients are no longer in pain, Dr. Tucker strives to help them maintain their overall wellness. He offers wellness consulting, during which time he creates a treatment plan for his patients. He teaches them how to maintain a healthy lifestyle by making important changes, such as losing weight and better managing stress. He also explains the benefits of taking natural supplements that are safe and effective.

The Wellness Center offers a detox treatment for weight loss. It also has certified massage therapists and a licensed personal trainer on staff.

In addition, several times a month, Dr. Tucker conducts wellness seminars in the community.

“I want my patients to get well and stay well naturally,” says Dr. Tucker. For more information about Tucker Chiropractic and Wellness Center, located at 198 N. Pine Street, call 215-750-8006 and visit them at


PHOTO CAP: Dr. David Tucker, owner of Tucker Chiropractic and Wellness Centers


Bucks County Bank: Local bank, local lender


by June Portnoy

Surely you’ve heard or used the phrase, “Buy Local,” in a show of support for your community. But how about “Bank Local?”

Bucks County Bank is owned and operated by people in your community who have face-to-face relationships with their customers and understand local needs. Being locally operated, Bucks County Bank offers personalized service with a wide range of products.

Bucks County Bank’s Residential Mortgage Division in Doylestown offers fixed and adjustable mortgages, as well as conventional, jumbo and government loans (Federal Housing Administration, Veteran Affairs and United States Department of Agriculture). Bucks County Bank Residential Mortgage Originators keep flexible hours and are available at your convenience.  

“We offer very personalized, one-on-one attention to our clients, and we know that not everyone has an opportunity to meet during normal business hours,” said Chris Carter, Senior Vice President of Bucks County Bank’s Residential Mortgage Division.

The Residential Mortgage Division staffs seasoned professionals who all reside in Bucks County. All members of the management staff within the Division received industry peer awards in 2012, illustrating the dedication and experience of the overall department. 

“We know our customers by name, understand their business, and are familiar with their local challenges,” said Chris. “We see our customers out in the community, at restaurants, at school events and at area grocery stores – these people are our neighbors, colleagues, associates… we take these relationships seriously. 

“Whether they’re a first-time home buyer fresh out of school or an experienced borrower looking to purchase a new home or refinance a current mortgage, we can help.”

The Residential Mortgage Division has access to multiple products and programs, all aggressively priced. Included in those programs are purchase and refinance options for owner-occupied homes, vacation homes and investment properties. 

“We look for the best opportunities so we can extend a number of options to our clients,” said Chris.

With interest rates still historically low, now is the ideal time to buy a new home or refinance an existing home.

To get in touch with Bucks County Bank’s Residential Mortgage Division, located at 16 N. Franklin Street, Suite 115, call 215-589-6970.

Bucks County Bank also offers comprehensive financial products to businesses, professionals and individuals. They are a Preferred Lender for the SBA (Small Business Administration), giving them the ability to streamline the commercial lending process.

Bucks County Bank is headquartered in Doylestown at 200 S. Main Street and has banking offices in Doylestown, Warminster, Levittown and Bensalem.

Member FDIC, 215-230-7533,

PHOTO CAP: From left, Eric Goldberg, Bob O’Hara, John Garrity, Chris Carter, Joe Nelson and Jim Trauger of Bucks County Bank.


Spring into better hearing at Cadence Hearing Services

by June Portnoy

If you’re having trouble hearing the TV, or people sound like they’re always mumbling, it’s possible that you have a hearing problem. If left untreated, hearing loss can adversely affect your quality of life.  Therefore, it’s time you found an educated, experienced audiologist who is well trained in making accurate diagnoses.

You also want a professional audiologist who is willing to offer you the personalized attention you need to make an informed decision about your treatment options. Dr. Lynda Wayne, owner of Cadence Hearing Services in Langhorne, is that person.

Dr. Wayne received her Doctor of Audiology Degree from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University. She also holds a PA and NJ Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensing License. In addition, she is treasurer of the PA Academy of Audiology.

Dr. Wayne has over 14 years of audiology and hearing aid dispensing experience. She treats people of all ages from babies to seniors, and specializes in identifying hearing loss using the latest digital hearing aid technology.

“I personally evaluate each of my patients using our state-of-the-art computerized audiometer that screens for both hearing and comprehension,” says Dr. Wayne. “This is a quick, painless, non-invasive test.”

Dr. Wayne offers counseling to each of her patients, reviewing their hearing deficits and treatment options with them. 

“Hearing aids are effective for most hearing impaired individuals,” says Dr. Wayne. “Your hearing test will help guide me to the appropriate treatment for you.”

Because Cadence offers multiple hearing aid brands and styles from most major manufacturers, Dr. Wayne will accommodate your individual lifestyle and budget with a hearing aid that best meets your unique needs. Hearing aids vary in features, and many today are blue tooth accessible, allowing wireless streaming to devices like your cell phone, MP3 player, landline phone and TV. 

Dr. Wayne demonstrates various hearing aids at her small, intimate, welcoming office. Patients are given the chance to listen to their favorite music with and without a hearing aid to compare the difference. After being fitted for your hearing aid, Dr. Wayne encourages you to return for follow-up appointments to ensure it is working effectively. 

Cadence provides a 30-day trial on all hearing aids, so if you are not satisfied, you can exchange or return it. Also, most hearing aids come with two-year warranties. In addition, Cadence offers competitive, reasonable, unbundled pricing, along with financing with zero percent interest.

CaptionCall is also available at Cadence. This service allows hearing-impaired individuals to read and hear their telephone conversations. Call Cadence for a demonstration.

In addition, Cadence offers accessories for those who do not have hearing loss, such as custom molds for swimming, sleeping, hunting and music plugs. Assistive devices like telephones, alarm clocks and TV listening systems are also available.

Dr. Wayne believes in giving back to those in need by donating used hearing aids to the Olive Osmond Foundation, a non-profit organization that offers resources to assist the deaf and hard of hearing. 

After Dr. Wayne treats your hearing loss, you’ll live a happier, healthier life and hear the world the way it is meant to be heard.

Cadence is now offering a spring special of free screenings, so spring into better hearing by calling 215-860-3154. It’s located at 207 Corporate Drive East at the Luxembourg Corporate Center.

For more information, visit

PHOTO CAP: Dr. Lynda Wayne, owner of Cadence Hearing Services in Langhorne


Chick-fil-A® at Oxford Valley Road exceeds your expectations


by June Portoy

Chick-fil-A® at Oxford Valley Road is a lot more than a fast-food restaurant specializing in chicken sandwiches. For one thing, it’s open for breakfast from 6:30am until 10:30am.  Stop by on your way to work, or bring your early-rising preschoolers for a choice of four main entrees including: the Chick-fil-A® Chicken Biscuit, the Sausage, Egg & Cheese Biscuit, the Bacon, Egg & Cheese Biscuit and the Sausage Breakfast Burrito. 

Your kids will love the Chick-fil-A® Chick-n-Minis™ served with or without hash browns.

“We serve a different type of breakfast,” says Jodi Hartenstine, Marketing Director of Chick-fil-A® at Oxford Valley Road. “Not many other places serve chicken for breakfast.”

Chick-fil-A® also offers oatmeal and yogurt parfait as other breakfast options. 

Beginning mid-July, Chick-fil-A® at Oxford Valley Road is scheduled to be a test market for additional breakfast items such as English muffin sandwiches, New York-style bagels, waffles and cinnamon rolls. Enjoy these new breakfast additions for several months.

Beginning in May, Chick-fil-A® plans to revamp its wrap and salad menu, introducing new products from which to select.

“Regardless of what you order for breakfast, lunch or dinner, we offer a high quality product,” says Jodi. “Virtually everything served here is made fresh on the premises.”

You can see this preparation yourself during Chick-fil-A’s Back Stage Tour. Take a tour of the kitchen, and watch the cooking in progress. Call ahead to schedule your tour with Jodi.

Chick fil-A® emphasizes hospitality, providing its “second mile service.” 

“We go above and beyond what most other fast food restaurants offer,” says Jodi. 

This service includes those little details that mean a lot like greeting and welcoming each guest, bringing your tray of food to your table and refilling your drinks.

Chick-fil-A® also offers weekly events, like its Monday Morning Bingo for all ages every Monday between 9:00am and 10:00am.  Each bingo player receives a free beverage, and winners receive coupons for menu items.

Chick-fil-A® Family Nights take place Tuesdays between 5:00pm and 8:00pm. With every adult purchase, kids receive a free kids’ meal.

Kids will enjoy fun activities like balloon sculpting, face painting, crafts and family games. Plus, for dessert, kids receive free ice cream with toppings from the ice cream station.

And what Chick-fil-A event would be complete without a visit from the Chick-fil-A® cow?

Chick-fil-A® believes in giving back to the community, and therefore, offers Spirit Nights to local schools and non-profits.  Buy a meal on a specified date and Chick-fil-A® will give 15% of the proceeds to your organization.

If you’re planning a party or special event, keep in mind that Chick-fil-A® offers catering. Order trays with chicken strips, nuggets, fruit salads, garden salads and even cookies or brownies.

And if your business is within nine miles of Chick-fil-A® at Oxford Valley Road, it will deliver your order if you spend a minimum of $150. 

Chick-fil-A strives to offer you great tasting, quality food in a comfortable environment with exceptional service.

For your convenience, Chick-fil-A® at Oxford Valley Road offers on-line ordering. Simply visit its website at to place your order. 

For more information about Chick-fil-A® at Oxford Valley Road, located at 2424 E. Lincoln Highway in Langhorne, call 215-741-3500.


Middletown Country Club: The premier public country club in Middletown Township


by June Portnoy

In today’s economy, many people can’t afford the luxury of joining a private country club. That’s why so many people appreciate the Middletown Country Club where you can experience the exclusivity of a country club with all its amenities without paying an annual membership fee. 

“Everything we offer here, including our golf course, pub and grill and golf shop, are open to the public,” says Dan Hoban, PGA Head Golf Professional.

Its countryside golf course with rolling hills, water features and mature trees laid out on parkland is a golfer’s paradise.

“Our golf course is living proof that you don’t have to be on 7,500 square yards to be challenging,” says Dan. “When you come here, you’ll need to use every club in your bag and will be faced with every conceivable situation you can find on a golf course.”

Recent renovations to its golf course have made its layout play to a challenging 6,217 yards and a par of 69.

Two years ago, Hackers Pub and Grill made its debut at the country club as part of a half-million dollar renovation to the club. Hackers offers great visibility of the picturesque golf course outside.

Its five new flat screen plasma televisions make Hackers the ideal place to come see your favorite sporting events. It has up to six beers on tap, including craft, domestic and imported beers. Additional beers in bottles, as well as mixed drinks, are also available. Food varies from traditional sandwiches to specialty dishes. 

Hackers offers plenty of seating for everyone inside at its bar and outside at its new outdoor patio. It is open for lunch and dinner from 11:00am until 9:00pm.

“If you’re looking for an enjoyable afternoon or evening out without the hustle and bustle of a chain restaurant or the loud voices and crowds of a bar, this is the place to go,” says Dan.

In addition, the Middletown Country Club offers catering in three separate venues, two of which offer patio decks overlooking the golf course. 

Whether you’re planning a wedding, bridal shower, small party or business meeting, this country club will accommodate your needs.  It offers a dozen different catering menus tailored to your individual preferences.

Dan manages the country club’s well-stocked golf shop that carries practically everything a golfer at any level could possibly need. He also conducts golf lessons and a Junior Golf Program.

If you do decide to become a member of the Middletown County Club, you’ll receive guaranteed advanced tee time, discounts at the golf shop, plus the opportunity to play at various events and tournaments sponsored by the Golf Association of Philadelphia.

The Middletown Country Club is currently celebrating its 100th anniversary. Visit its website at for a list of special golf outings it will hold this year to commemorate this special anniversary.

In addition, the Men’s and Ladies Golf Associations will soon begin their seasons. Call or visit the country club’s Web site to join.

The county club is currently accepting registration for membership at its swim club for this upcoming summer. This family-friendly swim club offers a full size pool, a separate baby pool, a play area for younger kids, a snack bar and a tented area for special occasions.

Although the country club is owned by the township, it is operated by Agro Golf Corporation, a local family-run company.

Come to the Middletown Country Club, located at 420 N. Bellevue Avenue in Langhorne, and find out for yourself why this establishment has become a favorite landmark in Bucks County for the past 100 years.

For more information call 215-757-6951.