Joseph Ferderbar Elementary School held its annual Elf Fund spaghetti dinner last month at Poquessing Middle School. School staff members prepared the meal, and Ferderbar fifth-graders served the meals to their guests. The Elf Fund money is used to purchase gift cards and food for needy families during the holiday season.
Katey Suder will be missing and worrying about her brother this Christmas, but she has turned her anxiety into action by developing a program to send holiday care packages to many sailors and marines in his U.S. Navy Amphibious Ready Group. Katey’s brother, Seaman Apprentice Vincent M. Suder Jr., recently finished boot camp and left for active duty on November 14th. He is assigned to the USS Comstock, currently deployed to the Arabian Gulf.
Lollipops Learning Academy in Trevose has opened its doors and as part of their grand opening they are offering a discounted rate of $150 per child, per week for the first month of enrollment.
Lollipops Learning Academy is a privately-owned facility that prides itself on personal attention and highly trained, experienced teachers. They strive to meet what is most important to parents by providing a safe, comfortable, inspiring, fun, educational place for their children.
During the month of November, Dr. Lewandowski will be offering free consultations to anyone interested in learning more about their Contour Light Fat Loss Program. This program blends science and physiology to allow individuals to get healthier and lose inches off of those hard to reach places. The Contour Light Program treats all the areas of the body that are resistant to diet and exercise. In fact, many Contour Light patients lose between seven to 23 inches of fat in just 42 days.
What started as a small foundation to honor the legacy and memory of Detective Christopher Jones, who lost his life in the line of duty in January 2009, has rapidly grown to become one of the largest local foundations offering criminal justice scholarships, community service awards and emergency relief to students and residents in Lower Bucks County.
Patient First has expanded its urgent and primary care services in Pennsylvania with the opening of a new medical center in Feasterville on October 22nd. This marks the 13th Patient First center in Pennsylvania. Located at 75 E. Street Road, the new medical center serves residents of Feasterville, Penndel, Tullytown, Yardley and surrounding neighborhoods.
“The goal of Patient First is to provide convenient, cost-effective medical care on a walk-in basis,” says R.P. Sowers, M.D., founder and CEO of Patient First. “At the same time, we always work closely and collaboratively with the area’s existing medical community to provide care.”