Sinking Spring Area Historical Society and Heritage Park

2021 Kauffman’s BBQ Chicken Fundraiser Info:

HALF CHICKEN WITH POTATO MEAL: $8.50
ALSO AVAILABLE FOR AN ADDITIONAL COST:
Pepper Cabbage, Homemade Applesauce, Baked Beans, Baked Goods
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2021 from 10AM TO 2PM
Located at the Dairy Queen on Penn Avenue Sinking Spring – watch for our signs!
BENEFITS SINKING SPRING AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
FOR TICKETS  CALL KATHY AT 610-678-4219 TO GUARANTEE YOUR MEAL OR STOP BY TO PICK UP CHICKEN DINNERS WHILE THEY LAST!Read Full Article

The Trexler Mansion / Reading Elks Lodge 115

The mansion that sits at 5th and Franklin streets was built in 1869 by a man named Horatio Trexler. He used the home as a private residence for his family until his death on March 19, 1900 at 87 years of age. After his passing his two surviving children, two daughters Mary Ann Eckert and Emma Keim inherited the property. In 1902 they deeded it to Mary’s son and Horatio’s grandson, William B.… Read Full Article

On this Day – February 21st 1977

Warren St. Bypass

100 Block of Penn Street is Demolished

Buildings along the north side of the 100 block of Penn Street, next to the Penn Street Bridge, are being demolished. The properties are being razed by Fred E. Erb, Pequea, Lancaster County, under a contract with the Reading Redevelopment Authority (RRA). The area is part of the RRA’s Schuykill Urban Renewal Project – Eagle Photos

Power for Wagon Works

Metropolitan Edison Co.Read Full Article