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Proceeds from 9th Annual Ride For The Heroes benefit causes supporting veterans and families of fallen heroes
Author: Damon Derstine, damonderstine@comcast.net, 215-262-2320

Sponsor: Rotary Club of Central Bucks
Release Date: 12/14/18
Rotary Club of Central Bucks presented over $30,000 in grants to local organizations that serve veterans and families of fallen heroes at a reception held on December 4 at the Plumsteadville Inn.  The funds were raised at the club’s 9th annual Ride For The Heroes and Picnic, held in June. Ride For The Heroes is a . . .

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Takes Over "Fresh For All" in Souderton, PA
Author: Alan M. Raisman, araisman@keystoneopp.org, 215-723-5430 Ext. 121

Sponsor: Keystone Opportunity Center
Release Date: 12/13/18
As food insecurity in the region continues to rise, Keystone Opportunity Center (KOC) is stepping up to expand its food pantry services. The agency has assumed operation of the weekly “Fresh For All” neighborhood food distribution event formerly run by Philabundance in Souderton.

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One Night Only, Thursday, December 20: New Feathers, A Theatrical New-Works Reading Series Exclusively at the James A. Michener Art Museum

Sponsor: New Feathers Productions
Release Date: 12/11/18
Immediately following a near sold-out performance from their December 6th show, New Feathers Productions now announces complete casting of “Naked Call”, a featured, full-length premiere by award-winning playwright, Ken Kaissar with direction by Amy Kaissar.  Premiering on stage at the James A. . . .

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Event Date: 1/5/19
Sponsor: East Amwell Historical Society and the Sourland Conservancy
Location: East Amwell Museum, 1053 Old York Road, East Amwell, NJ 08551
Release Date: 12/10/18
Camera in hand, Jim Amon heads to the Sourlands whenever he can.  Amon, a resident of Lambertville, has a deep and long connection with the Sourlands.  In the 1980’s he and three others founded the D&R Greenway Land Trust, who now have nature preserves extending over several hundred acres in the Sourland Region.  Then, . . .

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