Currents – Sept/Oct 2016
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Currents – Sept/Oct 2016

21st Annual Hanover Chili Cook Off  Sun., Sept. 4 • 11 a.m. Features award-winning chili, music, food, family-friendly entertainment and supports local charities. Gates open at 11 a.m. at Good Field on N. Forney Ave. Tickets $10 at the gate, or $8.50 in advance at Guthrie Memorial Library. Children under 12 and those with an active military ID are free. Visit www.hanoverchilicookoff.com for more information.  Hanover Oktoberfest On...

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Currents – July/August 2016
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Currents – July/August 2016

Hanover Dutch Festival   Saturday, July 30 •8 a.m.–4 p.m. • Downtown Hanover Bratwurst, funnel cakes, handmade crafts and authentic German bands – combined, these traditions have drawn thousands of people to downtown Hanover for three decades. Always held the last Saturday in July, the Dutch Festival is a standing Hanover tradition in itself. Information: www.hanoverchamber.com/dutch-festival...

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Memorial Day Events
May09

Memorial Day Events

Memorial Day is more than just the traditional start of summer. While Veterans Day in November is set aside to remember all of our nation’s men and women in the Armed Forces, Memorial Day is specifically designated to remember those veterans who gave the ultimate sacrifice while serving in the military. Originally called Decoration Day, it’s been around since 1868. It’s a time when people visit cemeteries and often mark them with...

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Currents – May/June
May09

Currents – May/June

Codorus Blast Friday–Sunday, June 17–18 Codorus State Park will be aflutter with activity the weekend of June 17-19.  The first “Blast”, organized by the park staff, was an Earth Day celebration. The goal was to showcase all the park has to offer and to show people a good time in a state park setting. Over the years, the event became too commercial so this year event organizers say they are planning to bring the...

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Readying the Herb Garden
Mar04

Readying the Herb Garden

by Kym Byrnes There are many reasons to start an herb garden – they can be colorful, diverse and fragrant. But maybe better than aesthetics is the fact that planting an herb garden can directly impact your wallet and your health. The best news is, growing herbs can be pretty easy, even if you aren’t gifted with a green thumb. According to George Weigel, author of the Pennsylvania Getting Started Garden Guide and Month-by-Month...

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Ways to Increase Green
Mar04

Ways to Increase Green

We’re anxiously awaiting the green grass that comes with spring and looking forward to the green fun that comes with St. Patrick’s Day. But spring can also be a time to work on that other green – money. Just like spring offers a great opportunity to clean and freshen the house, it’s also a good time to evaluate ways to save money. Here are some tips from the financial advisors at Sturgill & Associates to help you assess and...

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