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Mining a rich vein of southwestern York County’s religious history – Part I

The United Brethren Church built two-story cabins when it opened the Heidelberg Township (Pa.) campground in 1896 for churchgoers to stay overnight or weekly. Penn Grove Campground later operated as Camp Pamadeva and is known today at Penn Grove Retreat. … Continue reading

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The day York countians looked forward to tax time

Q. Was there ever a time that York County residents supported a tax? A. Yes. Can you believe it? But you have to go back a few years… .

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