The weather was beautiful for the Morrisville-Yardley Rotary’s dedication of a Memorial Garden to former Rotarians and their loved ones at Williamson Park in Morrisville on September 4th. The Snipes Family Singers led the audience in a sing-along, and Rotarian Bill Burgess gave a speech about the history of Morrisville, the Burgess family, and their role in beginning the Morrisville chapter of the Rotary.
Maritza Badilla is proud to celebrate the grand opening of her brand new beauty palace, Pure Life Hair Salon & Spa, located at 2 S. Delmorr Avenue in Morrisville.
It features ultimate equipment and furniture specially chosen to make your experience unforgettable. With its row of large windows, its fresh clean interiors sparkle with warmth. The sophisticated and calm tone colors create a positive and soothing feel.
by Peter Prime
On September 21st, the long wait was over. It was the grand debut of Morrisville Farmer’s Market. This is the first time that Morrisville residents have such a market in their own neighborhood, so took the opportunity to visit the Market.
The Interfaith Community of Lower Bucks takes a positive approach to bringing people together of all faiths and traditions and looks for individuals who would like to play a part in that process whether small or large. The organizational meetings of our non-profit corporation, are held the third Thursday of the month at 7:00pm at the Zubaida Library, 857 Big Oak Road, Yardley (directly across from Charles H. Boehm Middle School). Interested individuals can attend a meeting or e-mail email@example.com.
On Friday, June 27th, the Bucks County Health Improvement Partnership (BCHIP), its board members, and staff celebrated a donation of nearly $120,000 given by Lower Bucks Hospital to support the work of BCHIP and in particular, BCHIP’s Lower Bucks Clinic, a free clinic for the uninsured.
Morrisville has joined six other communities in Pennsylvania in enlisting Sister Cities International, an organization that pairs a city/town in America with one abroad to exchange ideas, customs and their own small-town pride.
Pairing with a town overseas can help revitalize Morrisville by broadening the base of people, philosophies, culture and influence. A river town across the world can share their plans of what worked and what didn’t and how they were able to better reach their residents to make their town a better place to live.
Contract awarded for improvement/repair project at approach facilities for Trenton-Morrisville Toll Bridge
The Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission recently approved a construction contract for an upcoming project that will involve a series of improvements and repairs to the approach bridges, roadways, and ramps for the Trenton-Morrisville (Route 1) Toll Bridge.
Construction activities for the multi-faceted project currently are expected to begin sometime in August and end in November. The undertaking is expected to involve 15 different work elements involving the toll bridge, the Route 1 interchanges at Pennsylvania Avenue in Morrisville and Route 29 in New Jersey, the Ferry Street intersection off Route 1 in Trenton, and 10 approach bridges and ramps.