New Year business Tuesday for the Lower Pottsgrove Board of Commissioners included reappointing three volunteers to expiring terms on township advisory boards; and appointing one other to an initial term.
Lower Pottsgrove's free Community Day, scheduled Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Lower Pottsgrove Elementary School, offers plenty to see and do. One of its most popular fixtures, the hay wagon ride, is returning with a new look.
William "Bill" Keohane, who has served as a volunteer on Lower Pottsgrove municipal bodies since 2010 and earlier with local organizations, took his oath of office Tuesday as the township's newest commissioner.
Lower Pottsgrove's Community Day is back on Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Lower Pottsgrove Elementary School with plenty of things to see and eat, and activities intended to welcome fall.
On-again, off-again rain Saturday at Sanatoga Park finally stopped, and that gave families assembled for the Lower Pottsgrove Easter egg hunt plenty of time to enjoy the Parks And Recreation Board event.
Walkers saw them. Fall soccer players and coaches noticed too. And both occasional and regular drivers last week on Buchert Road seemed fascinated by stakes in a field. All had just one question.
Collegeville contractor James R. Kenney Excavating and Paving has begun work on installing storm water controls and a turf-reinforced parking lot at Lower Pottsgrove's Gerald Richards Park.
Expect traffic changes to accommodate the crowd anticipated to attend Lower Pottsgrove's Community Day on Saturday in the Sanatoga Village Center. Watch for pedestrians, and drive carefully.