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Adams County Overdose Awareness Walk 2019

Adams County Overdose Awareness Taskforce and Collaborating For Youth (CFY) organize community walk in recognition of International Overdose Awareness Day

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PA 91st District Candidate Forum – 10/2/2018

Gettysburg Times hosted a candidate forum for the 91st district of Pennsylvania at the YWCA in Gettysburg. Alex Hayes, Managing Editor of the Gettysburg Times, moderated the forum which included incumbent Representative Dan Moul and Commissioner Marty Qually.

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PA State House 91st District Candidate Forum – 4/12/18

Candidates for the PA State House 91st district Marty Qually and Kurt Holland discuss their platforms.

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Congratulations Mayor Harris

Mayor Ron Harris of Carroll Valley wins the 2017 Pennsylvania Mayor of the Year award. Presented by the Pennsylvania State Mayors’ Association (PSMA) pamayors.org

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Public Hearing – Proposed LERTA Designation August 14th, 2017

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Gettysburg Borough Council Meeting – 08/14/2017

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Gettysburg Memorial Day Parade 2017

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Franklin & Marshall @ Gettysburg – Men’s College Basketball – 1/20/2016

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Community Media Annual Meeting and Open House 2015

I would like to invite you to Community Media’s Annual Open House meeting on January 27th(Tuesday) at 6:30 p.m. The studio is located at 128 North Peters Street, 2ndFloor. Light Refreshments will be served, and we’ll have some nifty door prizes for lucky winners. Please join us and bring a guest. See how Community Media is growing for you and …

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Making Memories at Sachs Bridge

Sachs Bridge is a Cumberland Township landmark, and artist P. Buckley Moss has captured it in a new work of art. On Saturday, May 11, King James Galleries on Baltimore Street in Gettysburg will welcome Ms. Moss as she releases Making Memories at Sachs Bridge, shown above. This is her first in a series of works that will capture Gettysburg-area …

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Ten Year 9/11 Memorial Healing Field

the Exchange Club of Hanover will be hosting a Ten Year 9/11 Memorial Healing FieldTM from September 9-12, 2011, at the West Manheim Elementary School, 2400 Baltimore Pike, Hanover, Pennsylvania. This event will consist of 3,000 3ft. x 5ft. American flags on 8ft. poles to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of all those who died September 11, 2001. The event will …

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Diving for Dollars at Arts Council Garden Party

In 2007, four well-loved local women named Holly, Blue Parrot Bistro co-owner Holly Giles, realtor and Adams County Arts Council president Holly Purdy, dance instructor Holly Fox, and Coordinator for Wellspan’s Community Health Improvement program Holly Cookerly performed at a Gettysburg Dance Center concert which benefited the Arts Council. Now The Hollies are reuniting to “make a splash” at the …

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Pennsylvania Voters Oppose Gettysburg Casino Proposal

(Gettysburg, Pa.) – On the eve of the sesquicentennial commemoration of the American Civil War, a public opinion poll conducted by Mason-Dixon Polling and Research reveals that Pennsylvania voters overwhelmingly oppose plans for a casino ½ mile from the historic Gettysburg Battlefield. According to the poll, fully two-thirds of Pennsylvania voters actively oppose the idea of a casino at Gettysburg …

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Animal Shelter Annual Loyalty Walk – April 30, 2011

The Rick and Sally Meyers Animal Shelter of Adams County, PA, is holding its 21st Annual Loyalty Walk on Saturday, April 30, 2011 at the Gettysburg Area Middle School. This is the shelter’s largest fundraising event of the year. The shelter is owned by the Adams County SPCA. The Walk will begin at approximately 9:00 a.m. with registration beginning at …

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Gettysburg Stage’s play marks 100 years since fire tragedy

GETTYSBURG: The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire in New York City, 100 years ago this month, was one of the most tragic workplace disasters in American history. From it, however, sprang most of the workplace safety and fire codes in place today. As part of a nationwide commemoration of the fire, which claimed 146 lives in less than half an hour, …

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Class of ‘59 joins students to bring GREASE era to life

HANOVER, PA- GREASE is the word at Hanover High School April 8, 9 & 10 and the production team and Hanover’s Class of ’59 have contributed a lot of elbow grease to make it special for both the students and the audience. Hanover High School’s GREASE is ready to rock its way onto the Nighthawk stage with a cast and …

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Main Street Gettysburg’s annual meeting

Main Street Gettysburg (MSG) held its annual meeting to update its members about the direction of the organization, its achievements, and goals for the future. With the economy on everyone’s mind, Em Cole, Chairman of the Board, opened the meeting with some impressive statistics. The Main Street Gettysburg partner organizations leveraged their contributions into larger investments to benefit the Gettysburg …

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YWCA to host 3rd Annual Race Against Racism

Applications are now available for the YWCA Gettysburg & Adams County’s Third Annual 5-mile Race Against Racism. The run will be held April 30, 2011 at 8 a.m. Runners will travel through the Cumberland Township countryside and all proceeds will benefit the YWCA Gettysburg & Adams County’s Racial Justice Programs. Ceramic medallions will be awarded to those men and women …

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Gettysburg Convention & Visitors Bureau announces Tourism Star Award

Honor will be given to outstanding worker in Adams County’s tourism industry For the first time, the Gettysburg Convention & Visitors Bureau will honor a worker in the Adams County hospitality industry with the Tourism Star Award, as part of National Travel & Tourism Week, May 7-15. This award will be given to a person who not only works hard …

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4th Annual Gettysburg Festival Set for June 10-19

From “rising stars” on the American music scene, to one of America’s legends of comedy, along with spectacular culinary events designed by a former White House chef, the 2011 Gettysburg Festival lineup showcases American arts, culture and cuisine through about 75 events over the course of ten days this June. “Exploring new and exciting art forms as part of this …

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Local Youth Storm Capitol Hill in Support of Drug Free Communities

On Wednesday, February 9, 2011, after attending the Community Anti-Drug Coalition of America (CADCA) week-long National Youth Leadership Institute, local high school students joined thousands of youth, community leaders, and government officials on Capitol Hill to support a minimum allocation of $95 million for the Drug Free Communities Program. Adams County Youth Coalition leaders also met with Congressman Todd Platts …

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