Dignity and Hope Harbored in One Boutique
Feb22

Dignity and Hope Harbored in One Boutique

by Lisa Moody Breslin, photography by Kelly Heck Born and raised in Hanover, Diana Klunk owns and operates LifeChanges, a health and healing boutique for women living with cancer. A breast cancer survivor and spouse of a colorectal cancer survivor, Diana credits God, optimism and the love of family and friends as key motivators each day. Her family members include husband, Ken, daughter, Shannon, son, Ryan, daughter-in-law, Marie and...

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Ain’t No Mountain High Enough
Feb22

Ain’t No Mountain High Enough

by Nancy Duffy, photography by Phil Grout Some people live their whole lives dreaming. And some, like Larry Johnson of Gettysburg, live the dream. In May 1999, Johnson, along with other members of his expedition team, climbed Mt. Everest. They didn’t intend to summit the 29,029 foot mountain located on the border of Nepal and Tibet like most explorers; their goal was much different. Johnson and the team launched to search for two...

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Don’t Gamble Your Finances
Feb22

Don’t Gamble Your Finances

by Mable Buchanan Jamie Mladenoff, of Edward Jones Investments, and Jake Lawrence, of Riggle & Associates, have a unique job – they are invested not only in finances, but also in the clients trying to manage those finances. As financial advisors in Hanover, they share all of their clients’ personal ups and downs, offering professional expertise during major life milestones. From finding a first job to marriage, from the...

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Had a BLAST at Camp Today!
Feb22

Had a BLAST at Camp Today!

by Jennifer Noel The temperatures may still be cool, but now is the time to explore summer camp options and start the registration process. Opportunities abound for children to be artistic, athletic, dramatic and inspired and meet new friends.  Let this list launch your family’s exploration. Camp GUMP Grace United Methodist Preschool runs uniquely themed camps weekly throughout the summer. Each session meets Monday through Friday...

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Never Too Late… To Create Something Beautiful
Feb22

Never Too Late… To Create Something Beautiful

by Nancy Duffy, photography by Phil Grout WHO: Hailing from the small western Pennsylvania town of Mt. Washington, Barb Geesey brought her creative spirit to Hanover in the early 60s. Soon after, in 1968, she helped organize the Hanover Area Arts Guild, which provided a place for artists to share the creative process with other artists and the community. “I am the only living founding member,” shares Barb from the living room of her...

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Keeping Time Running
Feb22

Keeping Time Running

by Jeffrey B. Roth DST, 2017, begins at 2 a.m., Sunday, March 12; DST, 2017, ends at 2 a.m., Sunday, November 5. Spring forward (one hour); Fall back, (one hour). This simple mnemonic device originated in the early 20th Century when Daylight Savings Time began to be employed in North America, the United Kingdom and in Europe. Spring and Fall indicate the seasons, while forward and back refer to advancing clocks one hour or reversing...

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