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Michener Volunteer Voices Highlighted in The Volunteer Management Report

The Volunteer Management Report featured article submitted by Megan Venzin, September 27, 2014

Volunteer Communications: Blog Helps to Celebrate Your Volunteers

A volunteer blog is a great opportunity to remind your volunteers that they are a valued part of your community. 382 more words

Volunteering

Firefighters Battle 2-Alarm Blaze At Nursing Home In Doylestown

DOYLESTOWN, Pa., (CBS) — Firefighters battled a two-alarm blaze at a nursing home in Doylestown, Bucks County.

The fire was reported around 8 p.m. Monday at the Briarleaf Nursing and Convalescent Center on the 200 block of Belmont Avenue. 67 more words

News

Path To Fonthill

A very peaceful lane framed by a tree illuminated by early morning light leads the eye to the Fonthill Castle.The Castle is a very unique structure created by a very unique individual.

Photography

Pride and Solidarity: When London Gays and Welsh Miners Meet

Jo and I watched Pride at the County Theatre in Doylestown this afternoon.  This film could’ve easily been a pat-ourselves-on-the-back-we’re-so-progressive-now-after-school-special movie, but it wasn’t.  It said something solid about solidarity. 275 more words

Politics

A mind boggling display.

If you ever get the chance to visit the Mercer Museum in Doylestown,Pa,take it because it will blow your mind.This place is a time capsule featuring items from past times that were saved and displayed by a man on a mission who had a great vision to save history for future generations.It is several stories of thousands of items one may never see anywhere else.Shown in this photo on the lower left is an 1800 fire engine pumper that is just one small part of the collection and hangs by huge chains from the second story concrete walls. 175 more words

Photography

Fonthill Castle

This place is known as Fonthill castle and is located in Doylestown ,Pa.I photographed this amazing location at sunrise recently.Built between 1908-1912, Fonthill was the home of Henry Chapman Mercer (1856-1930). 93 more words

Photography