2013-07-11 / Local & State

Warfordsburg Seniors Visit Mt. Davis



The 24th trip for the year for Warfordsburg Senior Center's seniors was to Mt. Davis on June 25. Mt. Davis is 3,213 feet above sea level and is the highest point in Pennsylvania. The erosion-resistant sandstone at the surface belongs to the Pottsville Group formed about 230 million years ago. These layers of sedimentary rock were pushed up as an upfold 200 million years ago during the upheaval called the Appalachian Revolution. Pictured above are front row: Cindy Rinker, manager; Betty Frock, Virginia McDonald, Sally Payne and Cathy Baden; second row: Shirley Ray, Ruby McHenry, June Moore, Peg Keefer, Viola Schetrompf and Ada Fletcher; back row: Robert and Roberta Golden, Ivan and Darlene Schaffer, Richard Eckley and Tim Baden. Not shown is Bob McDonald, van driver. The group had breakfast at Road Kill Cafe, visited Mt. Davis and then had a wonderful supper at the China Buffet in Lavale. The 24th trip for the year for Warfordsburg Senior Center's seniors was to Mt. Davis on June 25. Mt. Davis is 3,213 feet above sea level and is the highest point in Pennsylvania. The erosion-resistant sandstone at the surface belongs to the Pottsville Group formed about 230 million years ago. These layers of sedimentary rock were pushed up as an upfold 200 million years ago during the upheaval called the Appalachian Revolution. Pictured above are front row: Cindy Rinker, manager; Betty Frock, Virginia McDonald, Sally Payne and Cathy Baden; second row: Shirley Ray, Ruby McHenry, June Moore, Peg Keefer, Viola Schetrompf and Ada Fletcher; back row: Robert and Roberta Golden, Ivan and Darlene Schaffer, Richard Eckley and Tim Baden. Not shown is Bob McDonald, van driver. The group had breakfast at Road Kill Cafe, visited Mt. Davis and then had a wonderful supper at the China Buffet in Lavale.

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