On Friday, December 5th, in conjunction with December's First Friday's festivities, the Phoenixville Kiwanis will once again be hosting the annual Holiday Parade.
From today's Phoenix: --- Seven area fire companies will again be appearing in the parade, along with their lavishly decorated trucks, as well as holiday favorites like Santa Claus and more than 20 popular characters from beloved children's stories will be on hand to entertain kids and adults.
The parade will line up along Church Street near Borough Hall on Friday, Dec. 5. Because of traffic and construction concerns, the parade will travel the wrong way down Church Street, turn right on Main Street and then left on Bridge Street. The parade will be making the right turn onto Main Street promptly at 7 p.m., Marshall said.
Two trucks from each company will be allowed in the parade, and Mitchell said that, as in previous years, there will be a cash prize and other honors for the winning fire company. Last year…
Dr. Jeff Snyder brings his down to earth personality and lifestyle into everything he does, including chiropractic. He focuses on achieving the best possible results for each and every patient while maintaining a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere in the office. His philosophy toward his patients is simple: "I treat my patients the way I would want my family to be treated at any other health care provider's office." This is why his practice is built almost entirely on referrals from happy patients. He strives to help his patients be able to have fun, live well, and feel great!
Dr. Snyder graduated from The Pennsylvania State University in with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise and Sport Science. Upon continuing his studies at the prestigious Life University, in Marietta, Georgia, he graduated with a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree. He is Board Certified by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners in both radiography and clinical assessment and treatment.
On Sunday, Nov. 16, Phoenixville Hospital Auxiliary will be hosting their annual Holiday Bazaar. The event, which features "close to 30 crafters, baked goods, 50/50 tickets, raffle items and a visit by Santa Claus" will be held from 10am-3pm at Solomon's Porch on the campus of Valley Forge Christian College.
From today's Phoenix: --- "Our crafters will offer a wide variety of items such as jewelry and woodwork gifts, to hand-sewn and crocheted selections," said (Deb)Francis. "Some of the crafters we have coming in are local and some as far as New Jersey and Philadelphia."
Several crafters returning from last year include Joe Pennypacker, who makes cutting boards out of corian, and Ernie Coccia, who does work working and builds birdhouses. ... "We're also going to have a classy flea market as well. This is where members of the auxiliary bring in their 'white elephants' — those items that are new but don't serve a useful purpose to t…
I have had some emails asking me to put up a post regarding the proposed tax hike for '09. In an effort to keep this blog about events and businesses in town, I have added a post to the Soapbox where this can be discussed.
On the eve of the elections, I wanted to provide some general information to make it easier for everyone to get out and vote!
First and foremost, where to vote. Pennsylvania has, in my opinion, done a nice job with their site in providing information on where and how to vote. To find you polling location, fill out the form on this site.