It’s not every day that someone goes out and starts a nonprofit.
What differentiates the Kiwanis Club from those other local service organizations is its commitment to children, their development and early learning.
The process of applying for, and receiving, an appointment to a branch of the United States Military Service Academy alone is a daunting task. But the multi-step process seemed to fit Martin’s meticulous nature quite well.
Dinatale is the heart, soul, and backbone of LCCM. That makes the 60 year old Swatara Twp. resident one of the top social workers in Lebanon.
Frank Dixon is both an entrepreneur and a philanthropist. He spent the first half of his life making money. He has spent the second half of it giving it away.
The Eastern Lebanon County School district is exploring the feasibility of a $30 million renovation project that would change the face of the ELCO High School.
Camp Shand exists to help nurture developing children, to teach them core values and allow them to simply and honestly be kids.
The Lebanon Valley Mall has experienced the same financial challenges facing many malls across the country.
The $3.4 million Colebrook Road construction project is slated to begin during the week of March 22. The project will take about seven months to complete and should be finished by November 2021.
During the training exercise, the local firemen took turns with chainsaws, cutting holes in the metal roof and exposing the ceiling’s rafters, which would allow air and eventually water to access the imaginary fire.
Seltzer’s Smokehouse Meats, located at 230 North College Street in Palmyra, may be the only company currently making Lebanon bologna in Lebanon County. According to its website, Godshall’s Quality Meats, at 1415 Weavertown Road in Lebanon, still sells Weaver’s Lebanon bologna, but it is not known whether or not that product is manufactured in the county.
Currently in the planning stages, construction on the new bridge is expected to begin in three years, and will take about six to eight months to complete. When finished, the new structure should last about a hundred years, and replace an existing bridge that has been supporting increasingly heavy traffic over the last 90 years.
The Lebanon Valley Council on the Arts is taking its newest exhibit out of doors. It’s being dubbed ‘Art in the Wild’, or more specifically ‘Connections’.
The Lebanon Rotary has been sponsoring the student of the month program for more than 35 years. Currently, the Lebanon Rotary honors high school students monthly – mainly seniors – in the Cornwall-Lebanon, Lebanon and Annville-Cleona school districts, as well as at Lebanon County Career and Technology Center.
From the 1920s to the 1970s, Krim’s Beverages produced a number of soda products in a modest plant at 406 S. Broad St. in Lebanon.