Monthly Archives: March 2010

Easter is almost here; let’s talk about stuffing again!

Do you eat stuffing/filling/dressing for Easter? We usually have a ham, so no stuffing, but one of my friends always has a big turkey, so that was enough to remind me that I wanted to talk again about this bread-based … Continue reading

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Another perspective on the Norman Wood Bridge

Around this time last year, our family took a nice day trip to southern York County to see the Norman Wood Bridge, which I’d never been across. Well, a while after we did that, I got a nice letter from … Continue reading

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ABCs of York County: M winner, and vote for the best N

So the winner for the best M of York County is… Martin’s Potato Chips! These were suggested by a friend from church, Lorie, who writes: “I prefer the Kettle Cooked!” Hubby said these had his vote – “Gotta be Martin’s,” … Continue reading

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Reader photo: Calvary Lutheran Church

Another reader photo of an “Only in York County” sight: What: Calvary Lutheran Church clock tower in Dover By: Marcia Feehan of York Township Something unusual: This historic steeple denotes something else historic: The Greater Dover Historical Society of Pa. … Continue reading

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Names of York: Grace E. Loucks

More in the ongoing series on the Names of York. Place: Grace E. Loucks Elementary School, West York (West York Area School District) Who was it named after? Grace E. Loucks, a well-regarded district educator Fun fact: This was the … Continue reading

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