Thanksgiving will retain its title in 2022 as busiest travel holiday of the year in Pennsylvania, officials said Monday. They anticipate 3.5 million travelers will hit the highways. Tuesday and Wednesday (Nov. 22 and 23) will be heaviest.
One sure way to eventually clog up kitchen sinks and wastewater pipes is to pour fats, oils and grease down the drain, according to Pennsylvania American Water. Such habits can pose problems during the holidays.
In observance of the Thanksgiving Day holiday, Pennsylvania license and photo centers will be closed Thursday and Friday (Nov. 24-25), the state Department of Transportation reported.
The youth ministry program at St. Eleanor’s Church in Collegeville has kept busy during October and November with several projects to help those in need. They were at the church Saturday, distributing Thanksgiving meal items to 45 area families.
The 5K run, presented this year by Pottsgrove Athletics and the Manatawny Athletic Club, starts in Pottstown’s Riverfront Park near the MCCC campus on College Drive. Registrations are being accepted now.
The second Thanksgiving Day Spring Valley YMCA “Gobble Wobble” 5k Run and 2M Walk will strut off Nov. 24 from 9 a.m. to noon from Pope John Paul II High School on Rittenhouse Road. The event benefits the "Y" annual fund.
Bring friends and family to the Boyertown Community Park to participate in the annual Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot 5K Run and One-Mile Walk.
Help make Thanksgiving more memorable for a Montgomery County family in need. Donate non-perishable food items or grocery gift cards by Monday at 4 p.m. at the Limerick Police Department.