This sculpture of The Last Supper, carved out of one piece of solid marble, rests in the chancel of a York County church. Can you place this wonderful artwork? (See answer below.) Also of interest: Charles Rudy was a York County-born artist with an international reputation. (The sculptor of this artwork is unknown.)
A York County veteran is featured on the national website, American Homecomings, as he works to overcome wounds from Middle East fighting.
The headline on this York Daily Record/Sunday News story about Marine Darnell Rias: “This taught me not to complain.”
Meanwhile, the Veterans Memorial Gold Star Healing and Peace Garden in York was dedicated on Saturday.
York-High Weekly: Gordon Freireich writes about a 1928 edition of the longtime York High newspaper that serves as a type of time capsule for the school.
In search of a motel: In a recent comment on a post, Jo Ott raised put forth these memories:
“During the 1950s there was a grocery store & meat market in Shiloh (now a drycleaners) owned by the Albrights, who lived above the store. They had one daughter.
Albrights built a motel along I83 going south of York. It sat on the left, up on a hillside, readily visible to northbound drivers. As I drive north somewhere in the area of Leader Heights I see several buildings that might have been that motel.”
Other info on this motel?
This video gives a glimpse of what the proposed excursion railroad between New Freedom and Seven Valleys could become. The Hanover Evening Sun updates the story, and the York Daily Record/Sunday News opines about the late Bill Simpson’s vision for and support of the excursion service.
Answer to question about sculpture above: This artwork is in the chancel of York’s St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church. Church member Paul Pickler pointed out the marble piece by an unknown sculptor in giving a recent tour of the sanctuary. Paul is the unofficial or official historian of St. Mary’s and proudly pointed out its ceiling paintings of images from Mary’s life. ‘My wife and I were married in this church,’ he said. The sculpture was presented by J. Henry and Caroline Kopman.