What's a groundhog know about weather anyway? Winter didn't last another six weeks, as Punxsutawney Phil predicted, so the Monocacy Hill Conservation Association has organized its first open-to-the-public hike of the year for March 18 at the Douglassville recreation area.
Their free - yes, free! - concert is scheduled for the night of March 18 in downtown Pottstown.
In sixth and seventh grades, the new inductees maintained a grade point average of 91 or better, obtained character references, and participated in school projects throughout the year.
Businesses can use social media more effectively, and profitably, with tips gleaned during sessions being held this month by the Pottstown chapter of SCORE.
Weight loss and healthy living helps prevent cancer. The combination also makes for a good fund-raising program to help find a cure for the disease.
Prospective students will be welcomed. It's the college's chance to show itself off, as well as its 85 degree and certificate programs.
Area residents could be instrumental in bringing outside funding to Pottstown to support an innovative healing arts program created by The Galley School and the Pottstown Memorial Regional Cancer Center.
How teen girls perceive their own body image and self-esteem affects their happiness and wellness. A free YWCA Tri-County Area workshop addresses the issue March 24 (Saturday) from 1:30-4:30 p.m. at its facility, 315 King St., Pottstown PA. Call 610-323-1888 to reserve a seat.