Articles by: Gerard M

$20K for Levittown Library

September 21, 2015 7:57 pm0 comments
$20K for Levittown Library

The Friends of the Levittown Library recently donated $20,000 to the Bucks County Free Library (BCFL). The check was in honor of the 20th anniversary of the opening of the new building for the Levittown Library. The funds were raised through book sales (coming Oct 14th) and through donations from […]

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Who’s Richer? A Quiz

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Who’s Richer? A Quiz

The net worth of famous people is hard to pin down because it can change very quickly. One box office smash, platinum recording, bestselling book or title fight can boost a celebrity’s fortune by double-digit millions, while a major lawsuit or bankruptcy can make a lot of money disappear fast. […]

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Help the Feral Cats

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Help the Feral Cats

For the past 14 years, Bingo’s Foundation has been part of the Lower Bucks County community finding wonderful homes for forgotten cats and kittens, providing a sanctuary at our No-Kill shelter for “unadoptable” cats, assisting with low cost spaying & neutering and providing food for feral colony caregivers through our […]

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Keeping a Breakfast Date

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Keeping a Breakfast Date

It was a busy morning at the medical center where I work as a nurse when an elderly gentleman in his 80’s arrived to have stitches removed from his thumb. He said he was in a hurry, as he had an appointment in an hour. I took his vital signs […]

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Wash.Crossing Park Photo Contest

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Wash.Crossing Park Photo Contest

The Friends of Washington Crossing Park (PA) invite members of the community to enter the “Capture the Park” photo contest during October. Photos may depict anything at the park—buildings, foliage, animals, people or events—but must be taken between Oct. 1 and 31, 2015. Photos should be emailed as an attachment […]

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Vermillion Hills Baby Boomers Reunion

August 23, 2015 2:25 pm0 comments
Vermillion Hills Baby Boomers Reunion

Most of the stories shared were about things that got us in trouble while growing up…   With the persistence of the two Sues contacting high school grads from the late 60’s into the late 70’s in Falls Township, a group of at least 40 individuals met at Puss N […]

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Bowling for Dollars, To Help Others

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Bowling for Dollars, To Help Others

A bowling league that bowls out of Morrisville Lanes in Morrisville has raised over $20,000 to benefit a wide range of charities. The league, which bowls on Thursday nights at 9:15, was founded by a group of dedicated amateurs who wanted to help their fellow man in some small way. […]

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Kanga Roof Thanks a Marine

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Kanga Roof Thanks a Marine

Being totally blind and full of shrapnel doesn’t stop Joe Crespo. Abe Brooks, owner of Kanga Roofing, has special respect for the men and women who have served our country. “It takes bravery and honor to volunteer to serve,” he said. “And we want to do what we can to […]

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Farewell to Dale Frazier

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Farewell to Dale Frazier

The GOAL founder was “a great visionary, leader and teacher.” Dale Frazier, founder of the Greenbelt Overhaul Alliance of Levittown, passed away on August 16 after a nine month battle with cancer. He was 58 years old. While walking his dog along the greenbelt between the Farmbrook and Stonybrook sections […]

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A Great Time To Be Alive

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A Great Time To Be Alive

50 Reasons We’re Living Through The Greatest Period in World History. I recently talked to a doctor who retired after a 30-year career. I asked him how much medicine had changed during the three decades he practiced. “Oh, tremendously,” he said. He listed off a dozen examples. Deaths from heart […]

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