Tanglewood Golf Results Posted August 18, 2017
Tanglewood men's 18-hole golf results from July 5 are as follows:
Two-Man Alternate Shot - Modified. White Tees: A Flight: Low Gross - Ethan Cairns/Jim Howell III 72, Low Net - Josh Berczik/John Rosa 63.
B Flight: Low Gross - Jamie Doan/Greg Minnich 74, Low Net - Marv Charles/Earl Coomes 58.
Gold Tees: A Flight: Low Gross - Don Mills/Mac Souders 74, Low Net - Cliff Boyd/Jack Smith 58.
B Flight: Low Gross - Bud Lyon/Don Taylor 84, Low Net - Steve Bowe/Rich Quin 52.
Skins - J.Lyon/A.McCardell 6; J.Berczik/J.Rosa 9; M.Burkhart/M.Campbell 13, 18; and J.Doan/G.Minnich 17.
Tanglewood Men's Golf Results Posted August 18, 2017
Men's 18-hole golf results for Aug. 16: 3/4 Man Scramble With Rope and Throw. Low Gross: Fight A: Ethan Cairns, Jim Howell III, Mark Riley, Ralph Sexton, Bob Berczik, Josh Berczik, John Fry, and John Rosa, 54. Low Net: Jim Hassinger, Jason Lyon, Al McCardell, and Jeff Minnich, 42. Ron Burkhart, Matt Campbell, Lenny Cuifo, Dick Kneisley, 44.
Flight B: Low Gross: Scott Aspril, Earl Coomes, Doug Finkbiner, and Robert Reed, 58. Low Net: Lee Groff, Dennis Hogg, Dave Miller, and Jake Testerman, 43.5. Max Fraker, Marlin Hershey, Rick Jackson, and Les Ressel, 45.
Aspril/Coomes/Finkbiner/Reed, Eagle 1; Denome/Fuhrman/G.Minnich/White, Eagle 4; Hassinger/Lyon/McCardell/J.Minnich, Eagle 5; Cairns/Howell III/Riley/Sexton, Eagle 9; Dings/Herr/P.Hershey, Eagle 11; Denlinger/Murry/Robinson/Ross, Eagle 14; and Amspacher/H.Hershey/Howell Jr./O'Connell, Eagle 17.
Elizabethtown Slow Pitch Final Standings August 11, 2017
Seiberts 20 4
Hair Dezigns 18 6
Jasonville Sox 18 6
BB/Funks Brewing 12 12
Hennigans 6 18
Cockers 5 19
Trough/Armstrong 5 19
Tanglewood Golf League Results Posted August 11, 2017
Women's 18-hole results for Aug. 8: Club Champion - Karen Miller 85. Low Net: Dawn Kreider 67, Pat Robertson 71.
Women's 9-hole results for Aug. 8: Tournament: Away at Crossgates. Betty Wise 51, Chris Paxson 65.
Men's 18-hole results for Aug. 9: Pick Your PGA Partner:
White Tees - A Flight: Low Gross - Mark Riley/Fowler 143. Low Net - Phil Hershey/McIlroy 141. B Flight: Low Gross - Josh Berczik/Fowler 143.
Low Net - Clair Beiler/Koepka 137. C Flight: Low Gross - Rick Robinson/Stenson 151. Low Net - Mike Wagner/McIlroy 139.
Gold Tees - A Flight: Low Gross - Jack Smith/McIlroy 150. Low Net - Robert Reed/Reed 137. B Flight: Low Gross - Earle Hershey/Spieth 152. Low Net - Mark Ludwig/Fowler 135. C Flight: Low Gross - Gary Decker/Spieth 167. Low Net - Steve Bowe/D. Johnson 134.
Skins - White Tees - Henry Hershey 1, Rick Robinson 3 and 18, Josh Berczik 4, Jamie Doan 5, Mark Riley 9 and 15, Ralph Sexton 11 and 14, and Jim Howell Jr. 17.
Skins - Gold Tees - Ray Wessner 4, Don Mills 9, and Jack Smith 15.
Tanglewood Golf Results Posted August 3, 2017
The men's 18-hole results for the Aug. 2 Six-Six-Six Tournament are as follows.
White Tees: A Flight: Low Gross - Jason Lyon/Greg Minnich 66. Low Net - Clair Beiler/Vernon Stoltzfus 59.5. B Flight: Low Gross - Jim Hassinger/Dick Hershey 72. Low Net - Doug Denlinger/Dale Hershey 58.
Gold Tees: A Flight: Low Gross - Mike Dings/Dave Miller 68. Low Net - Bob Mullaney/Rich Quin 49.5. B Flight : Low Gross - Earl Coomes/Robert Reed 76. Low Net - Gary Decker/Dennis Hogg 54.5.
Skins - Steve Amspacher/Jim Howell Jr. No. 4 and No. 8, Jason Lyon/Greg Minnich No. 10 and No. 17.
The womens' 18-hole league results for the Aug. 1 Closest to the Pin Tournament are as follows. Overall Low Gross: Karen Miller 83. Flight A: Low Net - Cathy Miller 40. Flight B: Low Gross - Nancy Anderson 88. Low Net - Roula Groff 41.5. Flight C - Low Gross - Cindy Tanner 100. Low Net - Barbara Sewell 51.
Flag Football League Posted August 3, 2017
Hempfield Rec Center, 950 Church St., Landisville, will offer a community flag football league for children who will be ages 6 to 12 as of Sunday, Oct. 1. The league will take place on Sundays, from Sept. 10 through Oct. 29 at the Hempfield Rec fields. Players will be assigned to a team based on their age and size.
Volunteer coaches are needed, and a coaches' meeting will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 30, at 6:30 p.m. Those who would like to help may contact Cristine Maser at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pre-registration, available at www.hempfieldrec.com, is mandatory. The registration deadline is Friday, Aug. 25, or until spaces are filled. Schedules will be emailed by Sunday, Sept. 3.
S3DA Archery Forms In Lancaster July 28, 2017
When elementary student Kendall Hohenwarter approached archery coach Heather Pfeil on a recent Thursday evening to show Pfeil her new glasses, Pfeil turned her full attention to the girl. "I can't wait for you to shoot in them," said Pfeil. "That's awesome. Now you will really be able to see the target."
Encouraging youngsters as they work on their archery skills is a big part of what Pfeil does as adviser with JOAD (Junior Olympic Archery Development) and Scholastic 3D Archery Association (S3DA) at the Lancaster Archery Academy. The groups, which each have a membership of about 40 students, ranging in age from 6 years old through high school-age, meet at the Lancaster Archery Academy, located at Lancaster Archery Supply, 20195-A Old Philadelphia Pike, Lancaster. The groups are broken into elementary, middle school, and high school, with newer members meeting from 6 to 7:30 p.m. and older and more experienced students practicing from 7:30 to 9 p.m.
While JOAD has been active in the area for several years, the S3DA program only kicked off in January. The national S3DA program is an offshoot of the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP). S3DA was founded by a former NASP coach who wanted to expand student archers' opportunities into other areas. The program works with three-dimensional targets that are replicas of animals with scoring rings on them.
Pfeil has seen interest in archery increasing among area students since the academy was founded in September 2013. "That was around the time the 'Hunger Games' (movie) came out," said Pfeil. "There were people coming into the shop looking for lessons. Since then, we have been growing."
According to Pfeil, the growth of SD3A means there are many tournaments to challenge members. "Each state holds a state tournament, and the clubs can raise money based on regional and local tournaments," she noted. Archers who qualify at the state level can go to national level tournaments. Competitions are broken into age divisions and then further divided based on equipment style and gender.
The Lancaster group sent 15 members to the Western National Championship held in Las Vegas in February. Twelve team members placed in the top three of their contests. Two students won in their divisions at that tournament. Casey Kaufhold of Lancaster and Tyler Heritage of Mannington, N.J., placed first in their divisions in a competition that involved 3,500 participants. Other winners who are members of area clubs included Katie Collier of Pennsville, N.J.; Alyssa Artz of Lititz; Holt Alberton of Denver; Gracelyn Chambers of Hertford, N.Y.; Alissa Brossman of Lancaster, and Danielle Woodie of Elkton, Md.
Three students won college scholarships to Union College in Kentucky. Those students included Woodie, Heritage, and Amanda Newland.
Pfeil said that with beginning students, the academy will work to guide each student into the program that is the best fit. With more experienced archers, she likes to meet with the student to discuss which program would be the best match. "If they are interested in a particular program, we can tell them what we have to offer," she said. "We are always accepting new members. It's the best way to grow the sport."
Readers who would like more information about the local JOAD or S3DA club may visit www.lancasterarcheryacademy.com.
GEARS Posts Programs July 27, 2017
GEARS has posted several upcoming programs and activities. For more information or to register, readers may call 717-367-0355 or visit www.getintogears.org. Registration is required for the programs.
The organization's 21st annual golf tourney will take place on Friday, Oct. 6, at the Dauphin of Highlands Golf Course, 650 S. Harrisburg St., Harrisburg. The format will be a two-person scramble, and the tournament will begin with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. The entry fee includes green fees, a cart, a steak dinner and prizes. Proceeds from the event will benefit GEARS.
GEARS is accepting team registrations for its fall Coed Slow-Pitch Softball League. League play will be on weekday evenings from Thursday, Sept. 7, to mid-November from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Each team will play a 10-game schedule with playoffs. There is a team entry fee. The registration deadline is Sept. 1.
GEARS is accepting team registrations for its fall 2017 coed sixes volleyball league scheduled to begin on Monday, Sept. 11, and conclude in mid-November. Teams interested in playing in the league should submit a team roster and registration fee no later than Friday, Sept. 1, to be included in the league schedule. Games will be on Mondays between 6:30 and 9:30 p.m. at the Daubert Gym at Elizabethtown Area High School; the gym at the GEARS Community Center, 70 S. Poplar St.; and the gym at Elizabethtown Area Middle School. The high school and middle school are located at 600 E. High St.
The league is a 10-match season with playoffs. Teams should have a minimum of six and a maximum of 15 players on their roster. Teams must have two females on the court at all times. There is a league fee per team. Those who call GEARS for more information should ask to speak with Doug Knauss.
A Pokemon Camp will take place from Monday to Friday, Aug. 7 to 11, from 12:30 to 4 p.m. at the West Donegal Township Municipal Building, 1 Municipal Drive, Elizabethtown. The camp will include the Pokemon card game, other games, crafts, hunting for Pokemon, creating Pokemon cards, and exploring the Pokemon types and the science behind them. The camp is for children ages 6 to 13. Separate fees have been set for GEARS members and for nonmembers.
A Harry Potter Characters Camp will be offered from Monday to Friday, Aug. 14 to 18, from 12:30 to 4 p.m. at the West Donegal Township Municipal Building. Attendees will learn about Harry's activities outside of class, Quidditch, fantastic beasts, and the Weasleys. Participants will make their own Quibbler edition, free a house elf, and eat food. The camp is for children ages 6 to 13. Separate fees have been set for GEARS members and for nonmembers.
Tanglewood Golf League Results Posted July 27, 2017
The men's 18-hole results for July 26's Fewest Putts are as follows.
White Tees: A Flight: Low Gross - Jim Howell Jr. 70. Fewest Putts - tie - Ethan Cairns, Jim Howell III, and Bob Mullaney 30. B Flight: Low Gross - tie - Clair Beiler and Dave Condon 80. Fewest Putts - Greg Minnich 30. C Flight: Low Gross - Vernon Stoltzfus 81. Fewest Putts - tie - Bruce Akerley and Jim Feaster 29.
Gold Tees: A Flight: Low Gross - Jack Smith 75. Fewest Putts - Mac Souders 27. B Flight: Low Gross - tie - Earl Coomes and Ray Wessner 84. Fewest Putts - Dick Kneisley 31. C Flight: Low Gross - Ron Kubart 95. Fewest Putts - Lee Groff 30.
Skins - Jim Howell Jr. No. 4, Ethan Cairns No. 6, Josh Berczik (Eagle) No. 10, Mark Riley No. 15.
The Tanglewood 18-hole results for July 25's Match Play vs The Course are as follows. Overall Low Gross: Karen Miller 84. Flight A: Low Net: Cathy Miller -4. Flight B: Low Gross: Becky Reiber 94. Low Net: Cindy Tanner -7. Flight C: Low Gross: Pat Robertson 101. Low Net: JoAnn Pennington -4.
The nine-hole results for July 25's Don't Count Putts are as follows. Flight A: Betty Wise 41. Flight B: Bobbie Browning 42. Flight C: Naomi Gorrell 65.
L-S Otters Claim Division Two Title July 22, 2017
With an "All In" attitude this season, members of the L-S Otters swim team turned last year's 3-4 record into an undefeated 6-0-1 mark that also left them as the Division Two champions.
"Our motto this season has been 'All In,'" said head coach Kylie Turner. "There is no limit to what you can accomplish when everyone - from the parents to the board members to the swimmers and numerous volunteers - is all in. Our record this season proves that."
The Otters, formerly Eden Manor, ended the regular season with a tie against Millersville.
"We still won Division Two because we beat Ephrata and Millersville (5-1-1) lost to them," Turner explained. "Next year we will move up to Division One.
"We've been the L-S YMCA Otters for eight years, and this is our first division title," she continued. "Previously we were the Eden Manor team. We competed in a four-lane pool in the Conestoga Valley School District. The Otters are predominately L-S swimmers now."
Turner and her three assistants - Megan Brubaker, Colin Anderson, and Karisa Turner - all grew up swimming for the Eden Manor team.
"I swam for 12 years with Eden Manor," said Turner. "We won the Division Two title in 2004. I was 9 years old. It's awesome to see our program rebuilding back into the competitive team it was a number of years ago."
The 145-member team, with members ranging in age from 5 to 18, has the opportunity to practice twice on Mondays through Fridays. "Some kids come to both practices," said Turner. "They have worked hard this summer to reach their potential, and it shows with our success."
The Otters are one of about 25 teams that make up the Lancaster County Summer Swim League.
"The league has been in existence for 50-plus years," noted Turner.
The Otters defeated the Ephrata Tidal Waves 234-193 on July 13.
Event winners include the following: 25-Meter Freestyle: Matthew Rota (9-10); 50-Meter Freestyle: Ashley Prouse (11-12), Breanna Fluhr (13-14), Catherine Horner, and Clint Wilson (15-18); 25-Meter Backstroke: Lilah Schwartz (8U), Jack Ross (9-10); 50-Meter Backstroke: Grace Schonour (11-12), Breanna Fluhr (13-14), Catherine Horner, Clint Wilson (15-18); 25-Meter Breaststroke: Avary Weiler (8U), Jack Ross, Piper Lazar (9-10); 50-Meter Breaststroke: Grace Schonour (11-12), Elizabeth Horner (13-14), Lexington Wagner, and Maximus Cummings (15-18); 25-Meter Butterfly: Matthew Rota (9-10); 50-Meter Butterfly: Ashley Prouse (11-12), Elizabeth Horner, and Owen Degenhard (13-14); 100-Meter Freestyle Relay: Willow Lazar, Lynae Weis, Avery Planck, and Lilah Schwartz (8U); Isaiah Shenk, Cole Myer, Cole Shehan, and Austin Evans (8U); and Chase Lauver, Preston Schonour, Jack Ross, and Matthew Rota (9-10); and 200-Meter Freestyle Relay: Chase Eckman, Quinn Degenhard, Josh Heisey, and Christian Rota (11-12); Elizabeth Horner, Emma Kury, Jessica Heisey, and Breanna Fluhr (13-14); Owen Degehard, Berkeley Wagner, Matthew Logan, and Nathan Eberly (13-14); Hailey Welchans, Abby Nagle, Lexington Wagner, and Catherine Horner (15-18); and Matthew Dougherty, Nathan Tobler, Everett Honert, and Clint Wilson (15-18).
The Otters concluded the regular season on July 18 where they settled for a 215-215 tie with the Millersville Sea Lions.
Event winners include the following: 25-Yard Freestyle: Avery Planck (8U), Ryann Logan, and Jack Ross (9-10); 50-Yard Freestyle: Breanna Fluhr (13-14) and Catherine Horner (15-18); 25-Yard Backstroke: Willow Lazar, Isaiah Shenk (8U), and Jack Ross (9-10); 50-Yard Backstroke: Grace Schonour (11-12), Breanna Fluhr (13-14), and Colin Anderson (15-18); 25-Yard Breaststroke: Avary Weiler (8U) and Jack Ross (9-10); 50-Yard Breaststroke: Quin Degenhard (11-12) and Elizabeth Horner (13-14); 25-Yard Butterfly: Matthew Rota (9-10) and Slayton York (9-10); 50-Yard Butterfly: Kara Scranton (11-12), Elizabeth Horner (13-14), and Colin Anderson (15-18); 100-Yard Freestyle Relay: Willow Lazar, Sora Anderson, Caroline Aungst, and Avery Planck (8U) and Ashton Reese, Stewart Geiser, Jacob Poyer, and Matthew Rota (9-10); and 200-Yard Freestyle Relay: Ryan Smecker, Aiden Paterson, Kyle Spaulding, and Slayton York (11-12); Jessica Heisey, Ellie Parido, Emma Kury, and Breanna Fluhr (13-14); and Matthew Dougherty, Everett Honert, Avery Barton, and Colin Anderson (15-18).
New Holland Swim Results Posted July 21, 2017
The New Holland swim team fell short against Overlook, 272-158, on July 18. The first-place winners for New Holland were as follows:
Girls: 14U 50-Meter Freestyle, M. Fritz, 29.11; Open 50-Meter Freestyle, R. Gebhard, 28.45; 10U 25-Meter Backstroke, M. Parry, 20.13; 12U 50-Meter Backstroke, K. Parry, 36.10; 14U 50-Meter Backstroke, K. Gebhard, 35.09; Open 50-Meter Breaststroke, R. Gebhard, 36.24; 12U 50-Meter Butterfly, K. Parry, 35.19; 14U 50-Meter Butterfly, A. Parry 31.43; and 14U 50-Meter Freestyle Relay, E. Hasse, A. Kerchner, A. Nolt, and M. Fritz, 2:03.34.
Boys: 8U 25-Meter Freestyle, C. Simes, 18.88; 10U 25-Meter Freestyle, A. Wanner, 15.75; 14U 50-Meter Freestyle, M. Lemishko, 25.70; 8U 25-Meter Breaststroke, M. Caramenico, 26.64; 10U 25-Meter Breaststroke, C. Simes, 20.64; Open 50-Meter Breaststroke, D. Xentaras, 32.99; 14U 50-Meter Butterfly, M. Lemishko, 27.73; and 14U 50-Meter Freestyle Relay, A. Horning, G. Witmer, R. Troop, and M. Lemishko, 1:50.59.
Tanglewood Golf Results Posted July 21, 2017
Men's 18-Hole League results for July 19: Pick Your British Open Partner. White Tees: A Flight: Low Gross - Jason Lyon/Noren 139. Low Net - Phil Hershey/Thomas 134. B Flight: Low Gross - Mike Albert/Spieth 142. Low Net - tie - Bob Berczik/Rahm and Doug Finkbiner/Rahm 139. C Flight: Low Gross - Vernon Stoltzfus/Garcia 153. Low Net - tie - Clay Bandy/Casey and Rick Spangler/Fowler 138.
Gold Tees: A Flight: Low Gross - Jerry Shank/D.Johnson 145. Low Net - tie - Bob McVey/Fowler and Dave Miller/D.Johnson 137. B Flight: Low Gross - Earl Coomes/Spieth 144. Low Net - tie - Joe Abramo/Spieth and Les Ressel/Spieth 127. C Flight: Low Gross - Gary Decker/Spieth 152. Low Net - Steve Bowe/Spieth 128.
Skins - Bob Berczik, Birdie 3, Mike Albert, Birdie 11 and 17, and Mark Riley, Birdie 16.
Dave Condon eagled the par 5 467-yard 10th hole using a driver, 5 iron, and putter.
Ladies' Nine Hole results from July 11: Crier's Tournament: Flight A: Cooky Howett 46. Flight B: Colleen Shoemaker 53. Flight C: Jo Anne Dissinger 58.
Elizabethtown Men's Slow Pitch Standings July 20, 2017
Hair Dezigns 16 4
Jasonville Sox 13 5
Seiberts 10 4
B&B Construction 8 6
Watering Trough 5 12
Hennigans 4 13
Cockers Towing 3 15
Lacrosse Camp Scheduled July 20, 2017
A lacrosse camp will be held at Cedar Crest High School, 115 East Evergreen Road, Lebanon, at Turtle Field from Monday to Friday, July 31 to Aug. 4, rain or shine. Seventh- and eighth-graders will attend from 9 to 11 a.m., and ninth- through 12th-graders will attend from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
There is a fee to participate. Space is limited, and preregistration is required. To register, readers may contact Claudia Ovchinnikoff at email@example.com or 717-413-0777 by Friday, July 28.
New Holland Swim Results Posted July 14, 2017
The New Holland swim team was defeated by Skyline, 189-241, on July 13. The first-place finishers for New Holland were as follows:
Girls: Open 50-Meter Freestyle, R. Gebhard, 29.03; 10U 25-Meter Backstroke, M. Parry, 19.62; 12U 50-Meter Backstroke, K. Parry, 36.00; Open 50-Meter Backstroke, M. Stone, 34.44; 10U 25-Meter Breaststroke, H. Horning, 21.86; 14U 50-Meter Breaststroke, M. Fritz, 37.76; Open 50-Meter Breaststroke, R. Gebhard, 36.69; Open 50-Meter Butterfly, R. Gebhard, 31.30; 10U 25-Meter Freestyle Relay, M. Parry, A. Ludwig, H. Horning, and J. Bills, 1:09.05; 14U 50-Meter Freestyle Relay, K. Gebhard, M. Fritz, E. Hasse, and A. Parry, 1:57.86; and Open 50-Meter Freestyle Relay, M. Caramenico, R. Fulford, S. Turoczi, and M. Stone, 2:04.14.
Boys: 8U 25-Meter Freestyle, M. Caramenico, 18.82; 12U 50-Meter Freestyle, C. Ludwig, 32.84; 8U 25-Meter Backstroke, B. Gascho, 27.89; 14U 50-Meter Backstroke, M. Lemishko, 30.24; 12U 50-Meter Breaststroke, E. Lloyd, 45.12; 10U 25-Meter Butterfly, A. Wanner ,18.15; 14U 50-Meter Butterfly, M. Lemishko, 27.77; 12U 50-Meter Freestyle Relay, Z. Delgado, P. Hasse, E. Lloyd, and C. Ludwig, 2:18.53; and 14U 50-Meter Freestyle Relay, A. Horning, G. Witmer, R. Troop, and M. Lemishko 1:52.08.
E-town Men's Slow-Pitch Softball July 13, 2017
Seiberts 11 3
Hair Deezigns 12 4
Jasonville Sox 12 4
BB/Funks Brewing 6 6
Trough/Armstrong 5 12
Hennigan's 4 12
Cocker's Towing 3 12
GEARS Plans Activities July 13, 2017
GEARS has posted several upcoming programs and activities. Unless otherwise noted, separate fees have been set for GEARS members and for nonmembers. For more information or to register, readers may call 717-367-0355 or visit www.getintogears.org. Registration is required for the programs.
Two tennis camps have been planned. Both camps will take place from Monday to Thursday, July 31 to Aug. 3, at the tennis courts at Elizabethtown Area High School, 600 E. High St. The camps will be instructed by the Elizabethtown High School girls' and boys' varsity tennis coach, Brenda McBride.
The Youth Tennis Camp, for ages 8 to 12, will take place from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Participants will focus on building tennis fundamentals and learning proper techniques, while cultivating a love of the sport through drills and games. At least two courts will provide instruction for all skill levels.
The Teen Tennis Camp, for ages 13 to 17, will take place from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Participants will develop and improve skills through conditioning, stroke development, and strategy. The camp is for current or aspiring high school tennis players.
An Aquacise class, for age 14 and up, will be offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Aug. 1 to Sept. 7, from 10:15 to 11 a.m. During the shallow-water, heart-healthy exercise class, participants may move at their own pace through stretching, strengthening, endurance moves, balance building and cardio exercises. Bonnie Leibold will instruct.
An AARP Driver Safety Refresher Program class, for people age 50 and up, will take place on Wednesday, Aug. 9, from 2 to 6 p.m. at the Elizabethtown Area Senior Center, 70 S. Poplar St., Elizabethtown. The course is for people who have previously taken the eight-hour 55 Alive course. Art Rettew will instruct the class.
The refresher course will fulfill requirements for a continuing insurance discount from any auto insurer doing business in Pennsylvania. All participants must bring evidence of previous course completion to receive the certificate. Participants must bring a valid Pennsylvania driver's license.
A New York City - Salute America trip will take place on Saturday, Sept. 2. The motor coach will depart the Elizabethtown High School parking lot at 6 a.m. and arrive in New York City at approximately 10:30 a.m. At Battery Park, the group will board a ferry to Ellis Island. Tripgoers will also make a stop at the Statue of Liberty and have time for lunch on their own at Ellis Island. Upon returning to Battery Park, the group will visit the 9/11 Memorial Site and Museum. The group will return to Elizabethtown at 11 p.m.