The Feasterville Business Association recently presented $11,000 in community grants with proceeds from their 24th annual golf outing to area service organizations in special ceremonies prior to a Lower Southampton Township Board of Supervisors meeting in Feasterville.
Also elected were William Wiegman, Jr., chief of police in Lower Southampton Township, vice president, Linda Pupkiewicz, assistant director of the Lower Southampton Township Library, recording secretary, Diane Fetscher, financial advisor for Oppenheimer & Co., Jenkintown, corresponding secretary, Dennis Markowitz, founder and COO of the Financial Group Plus family of companies, Southampton, treasurer, Karen Madotto, manager of First Federal Bank of Bucks County, Bensalem, financial secretary and Mike Wielehowski, president of Northern Mechanical, Trevose, sergeant-at-arms.
The Township Library of Lower Southampton, located at 1983 Bridgetown Pike in Feasterville, will once again be a tax preparation site this year. This free tax service will be provided by AARP for senior citizens and low- to moderate-income individuals.
The service will take place every Monday through April 13th from noon to 4:00pm. You must make an appointment in order to receive this tax guidance. You can make your appointment at the Information Desk or by calling the library at 215-355-1183, x104. Walk-ins will not be accommodated.
Her program of study includes AP Psychology, AP US Government, Microeconomics, AP Calculus, AP Literature and Composition, and AP Environmental Science.
Budding authors/illustrators in grades one to 12 are being invited to submit their original works in the Southampton Free Library’s Annual Book Contest, it was recently announced by Lora Terifay, children’s librarian and contest coordinator.
“All area students enrolled in the lower and upper grades are invited to submit original books and illustrations, fiction or non-fiction, which must be completed without parental assistance,” explains Lora. “Books may be of any length and first, second and third place winners will be selected from each grade.” Winners will be selected by a committee of independent judges.
Registration for the Lower Southampton Township 2015 Summer Day Camps is now being accepted, it was recently announced by Parks and Recreation Director Matt Gilbert.
YWCA Bucks County is a nonprofit organization serving underserved and disadvantaged women, children, and families in the County since 1954. The YWCA offers a wide array of programs and services to support those less fortunate directly in their own neighborhoods. Community outreach focuses on three areas: YWCA Youth Services, YWCA Family Centers and YWCA Self-Sufficiency Programs.
Wet Nose Rescue works to help those who are unable to speak for themselves. Their goal is to help abandoned dogs find good loving homes. These are dogs and puppies that would otherwise most certainly be euthanized or subject to a life in extremely poor conditions, unloved and neglected.