Perkiomen Valley audiences can enjoy an acclaimed actress perform Saturday in a historic Pennypacker Mills presentation on Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad, as well as a June 15 concert in Schwenksville's Meadow Park.
Downed twigs and branches were removed. New flowers were planted. The grounds, occasionally soggy from recent rain, were cleaned. Volunteers donated their time and effort Saturday to spruce up in Schwenksville.
Gary Krupp was a three-term former member of Schwenksville Borough Council, and also served Lower Frederick as an elected township auditor. He worked in financial roles with Unisys Corp. for more than 40 years.
Schwenksville's transformation of its former fire house into a new borough hall, and Ursinus College's similar reuse of an existing building for a new student center, both won prizes from Montgomery County.
Members of Schwenksville Borough Council scheduled a virtual special meeting for Wednesday at 7 p.m. on Zoom. They expect to discuss borough business related to recent flooding, and real estate matters.
Great news: many Schwenksville residents have already stepped up to volunteer with flood clean-up efforts. Borough officials offer their thanks. Important news: more help is needed, if you've got time.
Record-height Ida flood waters so damaged Schwenksville Borough Hall that it may be closed for months. Its staff is working remotely in the interim. As of Thursday, the best way to reach it was by e-mail.
Engineering firm Barry Isett & Associates Inc. has been appointed by Schwenksville Borough Council to provide third-party services for its building inspection, code enforcement, and zoning review work.