Recently, my home school district, Northern York, where all four of my children have been educated and to which my property taxes are paid, was faced with an outside organization seeking to host a club with a name that has no place in our public schools.
The Lebanon City Council met Monday to vote on a resolution to recognize the life and sacrifice of Lt. William Lebo, vote to dispose of old department documents, and vote to add two new crosswalk lights on Liberty and Chapel Streets.
Lebanon, PA- We are excited to share that our Summer Day Camp will be in full! swing this summer for children in our community! Summer camp programs offer children a safe place to learn, have fun and build healthy relationships with kids their age while school is not in session.
Lebanon, PA- April 15, 2022- Making A Difference of Lebanon, PA announced the first recipients of what is expected to be an annual scholarship award program for eligible high school seniors in Lebanon County. The scholarship is available to all graduating seniors who intend to pursue post-secondary education at universities, colleges, trade or technical schools.
Williamsport, Pa- It was during her lead performance in “Annie” as a fifth grader in Loyalsock Township School District that Tess Marshall knew she wanted to act onstage for a living.
What is accessibility? Why is accessibility in Lebanon important for those who are disabled? Who determines the level of accessibility disabled people should receive? How do those who are disabled achieve equal access to the programs and policies that Lebanon should provide to all?
The Lebanon City Council met in March to pass a resolution to officially "express a deep sense of loss in the death of Richard A. Bleinstine, a former member of Lebanon City Council."
Living in Pennsylvania we have become accustomed to sharing the road with horse and buggies, traveling out of state to swim in the ocean, and of course visiting the happiest place on earth; Hershey.As a child Hersheypark and Chocolate World was in short a dream come true. You are at the center of all of the magic, and get to truly witness the beauty and science behind chocolate. The smell flows through the air and when it hits your nostrils you can't help but smile.
Making a Difference of Lebanon, PA is a nonprofit organization in Lebanon County. It began almost 9 years ago, with three friends talking at a kitchen table. They lived in Lebanon County all their lives and wanted to do something to give back to their community. They started by doing clean-ups at a local playground and by having small events. The organization began to grow and became an official nonprofit 4 years later.
In September, the Pennsylvania Latino Convention will be holding its 5th annual event in Allentown, Pennsylvania, hosting professional development workshops and panels to give the State's growing Latino population access to the skills and resources they need to succeed in the Keystone State.