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Zuber Realty, Insurance Host Santa's Visits
Santa’s due Dec. 11 in Royersford and Dec. 12 in Boyertown

Zuber Realty, Insurance Host Santa’s Visits

ROYERSFORD PA – Santa Claus will visit the Royersford office of Zuber Realty on Dec. 11 (2021; Saturday), and the Boyertown office of Richard A. Zuber Insurance on Dec. 12 (2021; Sunday), from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. both days, the companies announced.

Accompanying Santa will be some of his elves, as well as the Grinch. Photos will be offered with Santa, and the prints framed as a free gift to the children and their families. Santa and Zuber Realty also are supplying refreshments and a goodie bag for children to take home.

Zuber’s Royersford office is located at 384 N. Lewis Rd.; its Boyertown office at 215 E. Philadelphia Ave.

Keystone Economic Plan Committee Meets Dec. 8

POTTSTOWN PA – A meeting of the Keystone Employment & Economic Plan (KEEP) Oversight Committee, which consists of members from the borough of Pottstown and West Pottsgrove Township, is scheduled to meet Dec. 8 (2021; Wednesday) at 3:30 p.m. in Borough Council chambers at the borough hall, 100 E. High St. The session is open to the public, both in person and virtually.

The committee expects to act on business, if any, regarding a land development application titled “Pottstown Sustainable Energy Park,” submitted by PSEP LLC concerning real property located at 451 Keystone Blvd.

Instructions for virtual viewing, participation and comment for the meeting is available at the Pottstown Borough website, here, and the West Pottsgrove Township website, here.

MCCC Hosts Winter Online Open House Dec. 4

POTTSTOWN PA – A quality education may be the perfect gift to give yourself or a loved one this year, from Montgomery County Community College suggests.

The college Office of Admissions will host a winter online open house Dec. 4 (2021; Saturday) from 10-11 a.m. The event features opportunities to learn about what MCCC offers students in flexible schedules, programs, small class sizes, ways to pay for college, and transfer opportunities.

The college offers more than 100 degree, certificate and job training programs, as well as more than 30 transfer partnerships with four-year institutions to ensure a seamless transition to other degrees and programs.

Those who attend the open house will have a chance to ask questions during live question-and-answer breakout rooms with faculty and staff members. Pre-recorded programming and links to resources for prospective students will be available to view during or after the event.

The event is free and open to the community but advance registration is required. To register, send an e-mail to the admissions office at admissions@mc3.edu, call 215-641-6551, or visit this webpage.

Ciresi Invites Veterans to Royersford Breakfast

ROYERSFORD PA – To thank U.S. military veterans in the 146th House District for their service, state Rep. Joe Ciresi has scheduled a free breakfast for veterans and their spouses on Dec. 7 (2021; Tuesday) from 9 a.m. to noon at the banquet hall of Royersford Emergency Medical Services, 269 Green St.

The district includes Limerick, Lower Pottsgrove, and Perkiomen townships, and the boroughs of Royersford, Trappe, and most of Pottstown.

All veterans living within the district are invited to attend. Advance registration is appreciated to ensure enough food is available, Ciresi’s office said. To register, call the office staff at 484-200-8265, or send an e-mail to RepCiresi@pahouse.net.

Historic Trappe Re-opens Its Christmas Gift Shop

TRAPPE PA – Historic Trappe will hold a grand re-opening of its Christmas Gift Shop on Nov. 27 (2021; Small Business Saturday) from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 201 W. Main St. Parking is available across the street at St. Luke’s Church. The shop offers many unusual and one-of-a-kind items. Sale proceeds benefit Historic Trappe, an organization that resulted from the January 2020 merger of the merger of the Trappe Historical Society and The Speaker’s House.