2009-04-16 / Correspondents' Notes


By Kate Berkstresser

Hope everyone had a wonderful Easter holiday and also took time to remember why we celebrate this special day of a risen Savior.

A silver bracelet with ball-like decorations was lost at Sunny Ridge Restaurant. If found, please call 717-485-3227 or 717- 987-3228.

A large crowd attended the Easter sunrise services at Fairview United Methodist

Church Sunday morning and also the Fairview folks served a nice

breakfast following the services.

Happy birthday wishes to Ralph Mellott, April 16; Ann Hawkins, April 16; and Lois Bard, April 20.

Hope Paul Byers is home and doing well and will continue to a full recovery.

Visitors in the Kate Berkstresser home on Easter Sunday were Robert and June Bennett of Carlisle; Gary and Barbara Torcasco and children Michael and Kristen of Harrisburg; and Harold and Dee Berkstresser made an early Easter visit on Saturday morning.

Visitors in the Herbert Berkstresser home on Sunday were Herbie and Tabitha Berkstresser and children of McConnellsburg.

Household hint: Venetian blind markers - Reusable garden markers can be fashioned from old venetian blind slats. You can make three stakes from each slat by cutting the slat in thirds and cutting one end of each into a point. Use a permanent marking pen to label your markers then clean them off at the end of the season with lacquer thinner.

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