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County Seeks Comments on 2021 Child Needs Budget

NORRISTOWN PA – A public hearing, during which the Montgomery County Office of Children and Youth, and the county Juvenile Probation Office will seek comments on their 2021-2022 Child Welfare Needs-Based Plan and Budget, is scheduled for Aug. 5 (2020; Wednesday) at 11:30 a.m. as a virtual meeting on Zoom. The hearing precedes a budget request to be submitted by Aug. 15 to the state.

Anyone who wishes to provide comments during the meeting is asked to register in advance, here.

Those who register will receive a confirmation e-mail containing information about joining the meeting. Comments may also be submitted in writing and e-mailed to MontcoHHS@montcopa.org

Schwenksville Planning Commission Meets Virtually

SCHWENKSVILLE PA – Schqwenksville’s Planning Commission has set a virtual meeting for Aug. 6 (2020; Thursday) at 7 p.m. Its Zoom meeting address is not yet available on a webcalendar details pop-up; and

If you’ve ever attended a commission meeting at the current borough hall, 140 Main St., you know there’s barely enough room in its meeting space to shuffle chairs, much less enforce coronavirus-required social distancing guidelines. For that reason, council and other board meetings will remain online as Zoom-based virtual conferences for awhile yet.

Historian Presents Virtual Talks for Royersford Library

ROYERSFORD PA – Local historian Ryan Conroy, representing the Historical Society of the Phoenixville Area, will be the featured speaker Aug. 10 (2020) for talks on Royersford-relevant historical topics, according to the Royersford Free Public Library.

The lecture series will be offered virtually on the Zoom conferencing platform, at 7 p.m. for each event. Conroy’s Aug. 10 topic is “The Sundance Kid.”

Advance registration is required for each. To sign up, send an e-mail requesting registration to royevents@mclinc.org, and indicate the program in which you’re interested. The library, in turn, will send you a reply e-mail, roughly a day or two before the program is scheduled, that provides necessary log-in information.

Borough Council Meeting Aug. 13 on Zoom Platform

SCHWENKSVILLE PA – A Schwenksville Borough Council meeting Aug. 13 (Thursday) at 7 p.m. has Zoom meeting connection information is already provided.

If you’ve ever attended a commission meeting at the current borough hall, 140 Main St., you know there’s barely enough room in its meeting space to shuffle chairs, much less enforce coronavirus-required social distancing guidelines. For that reason, council and other board meetings will remain online as Zoom-based virtual conferences for awhile yet.

Elected and volunteer members of borough government promise to be efficient, though. The latest borough newsletter notes its “meetings will be hosted at their regularly scheduled and advertised date and times,” and meeting information will be posted on the newly re-designed borough website at least one week in advance.

Two Phoenixville Non-Profits Host Third Run, Virtually

Two Phoenixville Non-Profits Hosting Third Run, Virtually

PHOENIXVILLE PA – The third annual Run, Walk ‘n Roll fundraiser to benefit Phoenixville area non-profit organizations that help vulnerable local residents must be held virtually this year due to the coronavirius pandemic, but it gives participants a 15-day period in which to complete distances of between 1 and 26.2 miles.

Those enrolled in the event, sponsored by Orion Communities and the Phoenixville Area Time Bank, “can run, walk, roll in a wheelchair, push a stroller, roller blade, or bike to complete the distance wherever you are,” it said Friday (July 24, 2020). Funds raised help secure shelter, food and life’s basics for individuals and families facing hardships, and also support community volunteerism.

Registration and more details are available here. The event will be held Sept. 16-30. For those enrolled by Sept. 16, fees are $25 for those 18 years old and older, and $15 for age 17 and younger. After Sept. 16 fees rise to $30 and $20, respectively.

For more information, send an e-mail to Diana Baldi at diana@patimebank.org.

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