Bits & Pieces March 1

• Chadds Ford’s Quin Savant,
currently a senior at Unionville High School, will be going to Tennessee
Wesleyan College next year on a lacrosse scholarship. He will major in biology.
“Quin will force other teams to change their offense due to him being on the
field" said TWC lacrosse Coach Kevin Parker. "His size, foot work,
and stick work will make life tough, not only on the man his is covering, but
on the entire offense. I cannot wait to get Quin into Bulldog royal and
gold for next season."

• Delaware County Council is
taking its show on the road. County Council Chairman Tom McGarrigle announced
that Council will meet in Chadds Ford as part of ongoing efforts to enhance
communication with residents by taking their meetings out into the community.
The meeting is Wednesday, March 14, at 6 p.m., in the Chadds Ford Township
municipal building.

• The Chadds Ford Business
Association’s March meeting will be a breakfast at Turner’s Mill, the Chadds
Ford Township municipal building, at 8 a.m. on Thursday, March 8. The topic
will be township business. The cost of $15 per person covers breakfast and
gratuity. The breakfast is being catered by Hank’s Place.

• Local professional artists
display and sell their work at Radley Run Country Club on March 9, from
6-10 p.m., and again on March 10 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Proceeds benefit
Safe Harbor of Chester County, the area's homeless shelter for single men and
single women. Talented regional artists display an array of art at prices
suiting all budgets. The community is invited to dine at Radley on both days.
Please call for reservations 610-793-1660.

• Karen Eichman, formerly
general counsel at Kaolin Mushroom Farms, Inc., of Kennett Square, has opened a
law firm catering to the needs of Pennsylvania’s agricultural employers.
Eichman has 25 plus years’ experience in the mushroom industry. The new firm,
Karen E. Eichman, Esquire, PLLC, will feature Eichman’s niche of agricultural
employment law. Among other things, Eichman deals with costly OSHA and
Department of Labor citations and mandates aimed at agricultural businesses.
For more information, visit

• The Delaware Museum of
Natural History will implement the following new admission prices effective
Thursday, March 1, 2012:
• Adults (age 18 through 59): $9
• Seniors (age 60 and older): $8
• Children (age 3 through 17): $7
• Children (age 2 and younger): Free
• Members: Free.

• Boy Scouts of America Troop
260, of Concordville, will hold its 46th annual pancake breakfast on Saturday,
March 3, from 7 a.m. till noon at the Elam United Methodist Church, 1073
Smithbridge Road. Adults - $7, seniors (over 65) and children (3 to 12) - $5.00.
It’s all you can eat.

• Members of the APPRISE
program, Pennsylvania’s volunteer statewide program of insurance consultation,
will present an overview of Medicare including the definitions of Medicare A,
B, C; explanation of the drug benefit (Part D), types of health care insurance
available in Chester County, benefits available for low income beneficiaries
and things to consider when selecting your medical coverage. A question and answer session will
follow the presentations:
• West Chester Sr. Center on Tuesday, Mar 20 at 6 p.m.
• Kennett Senior Center on Wednesday, May 23 at 7 p.m.
The APPRISE Program is conducted under the auspices of the Chester County
Department of Aging.

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