Hot summer days will be here soon, and there is no better place to spend them than in the pool!
Some fascinating information about the earlier years of this popular ski area.
As an AmeriCorps member charged with the task of helping to revitalize a nonprofit, Sue Stackhouse reached out to the community to gather invaluable input to revitalize Crystal Lake Ski Center, a recreational community asset teetering on the brink of financial collapse. The steps taken to save the ski center could serve as a model for infusing new life into nonprofits.
The Millers see the wellness center as a way to fill that void and support the area’s many children’s athletics programs as well as give parents a space to focus on their own well-being.
Carlisle, and the surrounding Cumberland Valley, has developed into a cycling mecca over the past few years.
For a generation, many who grew up in Montour County assumed the Montour Preserve was located on public land, and would be available for public use in perpetuity. When owner PPL announced it could no longer afford to maintain the site, the public learned the fate of the preserve was in their hands.
One of the highlights of the evening was live music from Folk Justice Band! A huge thank-you to these talented musicians for giving their time and energy to help make the event a success.
The Miller Center for Recreation and Wellness will be located in the Penn House Commons development alongside the nine-mile Buffalo Valley Rail Trail.
Pennsylvania residents and visitors who seek outdoor adventures can find guided activities that allow them to enjoy the outdoors, connect with others and exercise.
The event takes place at Soldiers Memorial Park on N Water St in Lewisburg.