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E-Town Schools Consider Moving 3rd, 6th Grades

In looking toward planned renovations in the Elizabethtown Area School District, the school board will consider renovating the mostly unused lower level of the middle school to house sixth-graders, who are currently at Bear Creek School. If the plan is approved, sixth-graders would move there in August 2021. Also, third-graders would move from the elementary […]

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EAHS Student Ryan Moyer Earns Awards in Art Contests

The 2019 Lancaster County Region Scholastic Art Awards winners were recently announced and freshman Ryan Moyer from Elizabethtown Area High School took home two honors. Moyer earned both his awards in the digital design category. He received a silver key for his work titled “Monochromatic Landscape” and an honorable mention for his work titled “The […]

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Scholarship Available for EASD Residents

The Elizabethtown Rotary Club has announced the availability of the Douglas W. Pfautz Memorial Scholarship. Thanks to a generous donation from UGI Corp., the Rotary Club of Elizabethtown is please to sponsor a scholarship in memory of Doug Pfautz, who was an active member of the Elizabethtown community. The scholarship program rewards young people who […]

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Library Gets More Than $20,000

The Friends of Elizabethtown Public Library recently presented the library’s Board of Directors a check from the money the Friends raised during 2018. The Friends raised more than$20,000 from their various endeavors to support the library. Pictured are, front row from left, Deb Drury, executive director of the library; Pat Casper from the Friends; Jeff Winterborne, chairman of the library board; Lowell West from the Friends; and […]

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Interfaith Talk About Freedom of Religion Set at LV College

Religion is understood by many to be the source for answers to the big questions, the significant questions. In that vein, in the spring semester, LVC’s Interfaith Dialogues seeks to engage some of the tough questions that arise when taking the role of religion in our lives seriously. Join us Tuesday, Feb. 26, at 11 […]

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