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23 Years Ago: 4/27/2016

4 27 16 BW23 YEARS AGO - Champions – Pictured are members of the Killer Bees III, the Under-9 champions of the Sport City Indoor Soccer League. Bottom from left: Mike Buggy, Dan Mackarevich, Ryan Wertz, Chris Leonard and Zac Matinchek. Top from left: Coach Jerry Mackarevich, Matt Sembach, Eric Tritch, Matt Mackarevich, Jim Smith, Josh Majzlik, Joe Rados, Ryan Furjanic, and Coach Pat Mackarevich.

From The Wednesday, April 28, 1993 Edition Of The Press And Journal

Lodge Names Peters ‘Citizen Of The Year’ In Elizabethtown

He reportedly has marched in every Memorial Day Parade in Elizabethtown since the end of World War II and has twice served as commander of Conewago American Legion Post #594.

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MAHS and MAMS Spring Jazz Band and Choral Concert

samantha4 27 16Samantha Altland, right, receives the Jazz Band award from MAHS band director Sam Fisher

Billy Joel once described music as “an explosive expression of humanity.’’


Students from Middletown Area High School and Middletown Area Middle School joined together to share their music at the school’s Spring Jazz Band and Choral Concert on Thursday, April 21 at the middle school’s Dr. Russel E. Eppinger Auditorium.


Three seniors earned Jazz Band awards: Christian Nordai, Jordan Smith and Samantha Altland. Middle school student Connor Leiby also won a Jazz Band award.


The student-musicians were directed by Sam Fisher, the high school’s band director; Andrew Vessel, the high school’s choir director; and Erich Schlicher, the middle school’s band director.

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Karns customers, staff raise $30,000 for MDA

Eight Karns Quality Foods stores, including the one in Middletown, raised a total of $30,673 during a St. Patrick’s Day themed fundraiser for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA).


Customers and employees donated $1 or more at the grocery store chain’s checkout counters during the MDA Shamrocks between Feb. 17 and March 17 to fund research, support groups and clinics like the MDA Care Center at Penn State Hershey Medical Center.


Money raised also will help send more than 20 local kids to an MDA summer camp at Happiness is Camping, Hardwick, N.J., at no cost to their families.


“We can’t thank Karns enough for what they do to support our local families,’’ said Joe Alfano, executive director of MDA.


The eight local Karns locations averaged $3,834 per location, the highest average in the 34 years that the chain has held the fundraiser. Customers and employees who donated signed their name on green shamrock symbols that were displayed in the stores.


“We’re grateful to everyone who participated and we’re honored to do our part in support of MDA’s mission to help central Pennsylvania families affected by these muscle-debilitating diseases live longer and grow stronger,” said Scott Karns, CEO of Karns Quality Foods.

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23 Years Ago: 4/20/2016

4 20 16 bw23 YEARS AGO - Trustees Of History – Pictured at Middletown’s restored Ferry House are the six trustees of the Middletown Area Historical Society. From left: John Croll Jr., Pat Chubb, Edna Parrell, Bonnie Stazewski, Rich Hoffman and Leon Daily.

From the
Wednesday,
April 21, 1993
Edition Of The
 Press And Journal

Preserve Our
Rich History


 When members of the Middletown Area Historical Society meet for an anniversary dinner next Monday, April 26, they should feel proud of an illustrious 20-year history of “preserving the historical awareness” of Middletown and Royalton boroughs and Londonderry and Lower Swatara townships.

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Out & About: Student Art Show

joseph keating the transfiguration of Kennedy 12thSenior Joseph Keating poses with his work, "The Transfiguration of Kennedy."

It's what is inside, pouring out in unexpected colors, in self portraits
and inspired landscapes, in a variety of mediums.


Middletown Area School District students from kindergarten
to Grade 12 displayed their artwork during a one-day show on
Saturday, April 16 in the second-floor assembly room at the
Middletown Public Library.


The show, featuring a reception with students and their families,
marked the end of National Library Week (April 10-16) at the
Middletown library.

For more Press And Journal photos of the MASD Art Show by Tori Boegli, check out our print edition or click here for our E-edition.

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