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Lloyd Mifflin Exhibit at Mount Bethel Cemetery

Paintings and artifacts will be on loan for an exhibit of Lloyd Mifflin’s work with a Fourth Friday reception on April 25, and Sunday April 27. 16 more words

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Tibetan In Kham Sacrifices His Life For Tibet

April 15 a report via Tibetan exile source informed the Voice Of America that a 32 year-old Tibetan, named as Mr. Thinley Namgyal today self-immolated in Tawo, Kham region of East Tibet. 103 more words

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Staff Appreciation Week - help make it wonderful!

​Please consider volunteering to support our efforts in making  a wonderful Staff Appreciation Week, May 5th – 9th.  If you don’t have time to sign up and help then any monetary donations are welcome as well.  71 more words

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Now Open on Saturdays!

Beginning  Saturday, April 26th, CHiPS will be open on Saturdays and Sundays
from 1 pm-4 pm! Hope to see you soon!

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Off-campus access to British Standards Online

The recent problems that we have been experiencing with British Standards Online off-campus have now been resolved, and you should now be able to access the service as normal. 10 more words

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Bob Streit, Dave Heilmann and Dennis Brennan Pay Off-Shore Company to Conceal Their Business Relationship

I occasionally get questions about the anonymous attacks and negative “information” being forced on Oak Lawn residents in social media, unsolicited emailed spam and anonymous mailings.  695 more words

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CHiPS Bus Trips! Origins of the Underground Railroad Tour and more!

Origins of the Underground Railroad in Lancaster and York Counties:
Heritage travelers will experience an excursion that highlights the rise of abolitionism and anti-slavery activism in Southeastern Pennsylvania, from about 1780 through 1860, focusing on visits to authentic sites and stories of the Underground Railroad in York and Lancaster Counties.  651 more words

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