Archive for December 5th, 2017

Mixed Media: Solstice season

Kennett Brewing Co. hosted a pop up art show to benefit United For Her, an organization that provides support women diagnosed with breast cancer.

It may not be typical Hallmark Channel holiday weather yet, but no one is Kennett Square was complaining this past weekend as the warm weather for First Friday Art Stroll and Kennett Holiday Village Market brought out the crowds! In fact, as a diligent worker bee for the event, I can confirm that Holiday Village Market brought out over 1,000 people before noon ...

 
 

Hazel E. Nead

Hazel E. Nead (Cutshall), 102, died peacefully on Saturday, Dec. 2, at Jenner’s Pond, West Grove. She was the wife of Clarence S. Nead who passed away in 1986. Hazel was born in Three Springs, on Feb. 2, 1915, the daughter of the late Aley and the late Mary (Fix) Cutshall. Hazel worked for many years at Kennett High School in the cafeteria and loved knitting, ...

 

Birmingham recognizes Conklin

Birmingham Township Supervisors Scott Boorse and Michael Shiring recognized fellow Supervisor John Conklin during Conklin's final meeting on the board. Conklin served 12 years as a supervisor and chose not to run for a third term. John Daniel Hill will replace him in January. During the Dec. 4 Board of Supervisors' meeting, Boorse reflected on his association with ...

 

‘Shop with the Sheriff’ enchants wide audience

More than 100 enthralled children from the Chester County Family Academy, a K-2 charter school in West Chester, spilled into the Kennett Square Walmart on Saturday, Dec. 2, to enthusiastic applause and high fives from employees, shoppers and a posse of “Shop with the Sheriff” volunteers. The students, who arrived by bus from the Providence Church in West Chester, ...