It’s not every day that a sandwich becomes a national sensation.
A classic Lebanon Bologna Sandwich is pretty straightforward: Bread. Bologna. Cheese. Enjoy. But what about a 150-foot long Lebanon Bologna Sandwich?
With the goal of a 150-foot sandwich, that’s a potential of $15,000 to be donated to LCCM.
On a charcuterie board, in a sandwich, or straight from the meat drawer in your fridge (we won’t judge), Lebanon Bologna makes for a delicious snack no matter how you take it.
Visit Lebanon Valley has partnered with local businesses to construct “The World’s Largest Lebanon Bologna Sandwich” at the 2023 Lebanon Area Fair.
Dana Lape says that, in 1994, he called Don Bowman, the host of WLBR’s RadioTalk at the time, and told him his idea of a bologna drop.
The 26th annual New Year’s Eve Bologna Drop will be held in Downtown Lebanon on Saturday, Dec. 31.
Thursday, Seltzer’s Smokehouse Meats celebrated the opening of their new Outlet Store and Museum at 209 N. Railroad St., Palmyra.
Former NFL player turned entrepreneur and sports personality Ross Tucker says that his June 18 shoutout to Lebanon bologna is now his most viewed Facebook post ever.
Seltzer’s Smokehouse Meats is expanding its product line this summer for the first time in decades, and hopes to take the new grab-and-go beef snacks national.
After ringing in 2021 virtually, the Lebanon New Year’s Eve Bologna Drop returns for the 25th time to commemorate 2022 in the most Lebanon way.
The series of games between the youth football programs of Palmyra Area School District and Northern Lebanon School District will kick off on Saturday at 3 p.m.
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.
It was the era of sandlot matches and teams composed of neighbors and folks down the street. Here’s the story of the Lebanon Boro Rams, manager Gus Deraco, and everything else about Lebanon’s independent football scene in the 1940s and 50s.
The 24th annual Lebanon Bologna Drop on New Year’s Eve is closed to the public in person but will be livestreamed.