HAP PENING TODAY
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM: Executive Director's Town Hall
Location: LC Performing Arts Center
Chris Donati's August FTDO is available in Administration
The revised September "Joggin Your Noggin" Brochure and Calendar can be found in Wellness
August 21st is National Senior Citizens Day. Let's show off our talents - sign up with Tina. See the flyer at the bottom of Special Events.
EVENT with PAR Recycle
Saturday, September 15, 2018
10 AM-1 PM William Tennent High School, 333 Centennial Road, Warminster
PAR Recycle Works will provide electronics (e-waste) recycling events to area residents. Bring your outdated or obsolete appliance or electronic devices such as computers, printers and cell phones. For more information about PAR Recycle Works and to determine what items will be accepted, go to their website: www.
Drop off is free, except for small CRT monitors-$30; televisions up to 40”-$45; anything in an enclosure or over 40”-$65. Questions about fees should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
FREE INK TANKS, Wheelchair(s), Complete bedroom set, TV, recliners, kitchen table chairs, Sofa Bed, power chair. BUY/SELL
Want to laugh today? The importance of walking. New sayings and cartoons, situations and funny pet pics. Humor to enjoy
Pedal Pushers (Bike Club)
Clarence Good, HV215, 215-672-7908
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:00 AM, meet at the Warminster Park Gate (near the tennis courts)
THE NEXT TWO HOURS WERE SPENT ACCLIMATING OURSELVES TO MANUVERING THE RAFT SUCCESSFULLY DOWN THE RIVER. THIS WAS NO EASY TASK AS WE LEARNED WHILE GROUNDING ON ROCKS TWO OR THREE TIMES AND GOING AGROUND ON A BRIDGE PILING. WE WERE DEFINITELY THE OLDEST CREW ON THE RIVER THAT DAY. WE WERE CONSTANTLY BEING ASKED IF WE WERE OK. WHEN ONE LITTLE GIRL ASKED WE SAID THAT OLD PEOPLE LOOK THAT WAY ALL THE TIME. I THINK THE GUIDES GAVE US SPECIAL ATTENTION AND WERE ALWAYS THERE TO ASSIST US IN AVOIDING OBSTACLES AND GETTING FREE OF SNAGS. THEY HAVE NAMES FOR MANY OF THE PROMINENT ROCKS AND SNAGS AND WE HELPED THEM FIND QUITE A FEW OTHERS. WE EVEN OFFERED TO HELP THEM MAP THE RIVER.
SOON WE REBOARDED OUR RAFTS AND COMPLETED THE LAST FOUR (4) MILES OF OUR RIVER VOYAGE SUCCESSFULLY. THE TEMPERATURE THROUGHOUT DAY WAS 96 DEGREES, HOWEVER WE NEVER FELT HOT BECAUSE THERE WAS ALWAYS A NICE BREEZE AND WE COULD ALWAYS SLIP INTO THE WATER TO COOL OFF, IF NECESSARY.
ALL OF US ENJOYED THE TRIP AND RAFT FLOAT EXPERIENCE.
ps Jim Thorpe, PA is in the Eastern United States; It was a Whitewater Rafting trip; and it was a Challenge to get down the river.
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