It’s not every day that someone goes out and starts a nonprofit.
This week’s pet is Creamsicle, owned by Tara Reppert, of Lebanon.
LVC sophomore Evelyn Dyer was awarded the 2021 Richard H. and Karen R. Light Memorial Scholarship, receiving $2,500 to go toward her study of environmental chemistry and economics.
Overall, more than 5,000 flags will be placed in 35 cemeteries May 15.
Starting in 2022, Fort Indiantown Gap will be the site of the Keystone State Youth ChalleNGe Academy, a program for at-risk youth.
The Clarence Schock Memorial Park at Governor Dick has joined the Young Lungs at Play initiative and been designated a tobacco- and vape-free location.
A car show was held at Annville’s 911 Rapid Response in April. Check out the photos, courtesy of Darrel Moyer, here.
Rabbitry owner Vanessa Stickler was recently featured in Lancaster Farming for her growing business. Stickler sells about 30 rabbits per year, even to out-of-state buyers.
Lebanon Valley Council on the Arts newest exhibit, Art for Healing, will debut during the First Friday Art Walk, May 7, from 5 to 8 p.m. The exhibit is on display at LVCOA’s Gallery 770, 770 Cumberland Street, Lebanon.
This week’s pet is Roosevelt, owned by Gennifer and Dave Deibler.
What differentiates the Kiwanis Club from those other local service organizations is its commitment to children, their development and early learning.
Lebanon Lilly — the local mascot, community symbol and children’s book protagonist — will have May 22 officially declared as her day. This will coincide with the launch and giveaway of the bilingual edition of the storybook in which she stars.
Rene Ryan, an Annville resident, has raised over $6,600 for the UPMC Pinnacle Children’s Resource Center of Lebanon County after staging a fundraising run to raise awareness of an area child abuse case.
This week’s pet is Brady, owned by Tracy and Vladimir Diaz, of Lebanon.
After the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the JOY Food Pantry in Jonestown saw an increase in need and a decrease in food and monetary donations from other non-profits that supported them in the past.