The United Way of Lebanon County engaged nearly 1,000 volunteers for its 23rd annual Day of Caring last month, according to a press release distributed by the organization this week.
ELCO High School released brook trout at an event Thursday at Mill Creek Rod & Gun Club—brook trout they raised themselves.
At the most recent meeting of the Lebanon Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, a local woman was honored for her lifelong commitment to historic preservation.
The Lebanon County Conservation District visited a few local elementary schools this past week and distributed tree seedlings to more than 300 Cornwall-Lebanon School District 4th graders.
Following the injury of Lebanon City Fire Department firefighter Dave Smiley Jr while combating a house fire in Mill Creek, DE, local firefighters are continuing to fundraise for his recovery.
The Lebanon Valley Rails to Trails (LVRT) has reached another milestone in the planning of a trail connection between Jonestown and the Swatara State Park near Lickdale.
The Woman’s Club of Lebanon held its April meeting earlier this month at the Mansion at Fifth and Cumberland Streets.
A Cub Scout camp at the border of Lebanon and Lancaster Counties celebrates 50 years.
The American Business Women Association recognized the 48th anniversary of its Lebanon Valley Charter Chapter this past week with a celebration at Hebron Fire Hall.
Isaac Martin–aka the Cocoa Kid–held his first Lebanon County fundraiser event this past weekend with a (you guessed it) hot cocoa sale in Cornwall. Now his family is asking for the community’s help to reach Isaac’s $1,800 fundraising goal.
A number of Lebanon community leaders came out yesterday morning to a Friends of Scouting breakfast fundraiser in support of the Boy Scouts of America’s Horse-Shoe Trail District, a member of the Pennsylvania Dutch Council.
The holiday season is still quite some time away, but it’s never too early to start thinking about ways to help others.
The Tom Gerhart Sports Memorabilia Auction returns to Hebron Catering Hall soon for its 19th annual fundraiser, with this year’s event featuring an entirely new local dining element.
The Lebanon County Commission for Women held its annual Hall of Fame Luncheon & Awards Celebration yesterday, recognizing eleven new inductees.
The Women’s Club of Lebanon held its March meeting earlier this month at the Mansion at Fifth and Cumberland Streets.