Archive for October 30th, 2018

Letter: Andrew for state rep

In Pennsylvania’s 160th Legislative District, it’s time for a change. I believe that Anton Andrew, a first-time candidate from Kennett Square, is the right choice to serve as our representative. Anton lives in Kennett Square, and I’ve been proud to call him my friend for the last 7 years. Here’s a brief summary of Anton’s background and career: He served as a public ...

 
 

Harry R. Luzetsky of Kennett Square

Harry R. Luzetsky (Ricky), 22, of Kennett Square, died Oct. 27. He was a laborer/apprentice bricklayer at Diamond State Masonry. Ricky enjoyed creating music, being with family and friends, and enjoying life to its fullest. He touched many individuals with his unique sense of humor, wit, compassion, respectfulness, and energy. As a typical 20 -plus-year-old, he would ...

 

John C. Gebhard of Kennett Square

John C. Gebhard,92, of Crosslands in Kennett Square, died peacefully on Oct. 24. He was a family man, married to Joyce for 63 wonderful years and was an active father, grandfather and great-grandfather. He enjoyed traveling with friends and family, reading, and educational opportunities of all kinds. John was an honest, kind and good man; a man of integrity. He ...

 

Sovana Bistro to help animal rescue

Sovana Bistro in East Marlborough Township is celebrating “Giving Tuesday” on Nov. 27. When patrons mention Greenmore Farm Animal Rescue on that day, Sovana Bistro will donate to this local animal rescue 15 percent of diners’ meal checks for the evening! “We are very grateful to Sovana Bistro for choosing us for this special night of charity,” said Julia Altman, ...

 

Photo of the Week: Autumn at SIW

An early autumn morning at the SIW vegetable stand on Route 100.