Dedication scheduled for Tuesday, November 11, 2014 at 11 am.
All are welcome to attend, can't make it...do go to the East Snyder Park and take a look at the memorial. This memorial is so meaningful to those who served and a perfect way for each of us to be reminded of the sacrifices made allowing us to live in the
Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave.
Take a look below at a few photos from the site!
Tree Fest of Children's Books
The Friends of the Gelnett Library will hold the 11th Annual Tree Fest of Children's Books at the Library in Selinsgrove from Tuesday, December 2 through Friday, December 19, 2014, during regular library hours. Trees and wreaths are decorated to the themes of children's books selected by the decorators.Admission is free but visitors may purchase tickets to vote for their favorites. Winners will be announced Dec. 19th. Miniature versions of some of the decorated trees will also be sold.The Summer Reading Programs of the Snyder County Libraries are given the money raised.An opening reception will be held on Tuesday, December 2 during Late Shopper's Night.
For more information contact friendsgelnettlibrary.org.
New information added to website, followed by some important and current other material:
Leaf Collection has started - see details below
Veteran's Memorial Site Dedication - On Veteran's Day, Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014 at 11 am, a memorial site dedication will be held in the East Snyder Park. All are invited to attend and light refreshments will be provided. If you purchased a brick for this site prior to Oct. 1, 2014 your brick will be installed for the dedication. Bricks are still available to be purchased and installed. More details below with brick order forms.
Camp Cadet – Susquehanna Valley Law Enforcement Camp Cadet. Click on the link below to see the flyer with details on this great program, contacts and how you can help support this program.
Hard to Recycle Items – the link below will produce a two page document with locations that accept those unusual or hard to recycle items like: CFL light bulbs, paint, flower pots and trays, electronics, etc.
Leaf collection has begun!
The road crew will be out as weather and work schedule permits.
If your leaves are ready for collection, feel free to call the office
and make sure we are aware.
Remember - leaves and grass clippings ONLY!
No sticks, stones or pet waste.
374-4778 - leave a message with your address if after hours.
While sooooo much good is noted above there is also the bad....there are some who
have no respect for all the time, effort and money people put into making and keeping things nice for our residents.
The good...Penn Township provides a compost site for all. Providing a place, easily accessible to all, to get rid of all the unwanted yard waste. Penn Township then grinds and prepares these materials to provide mulch and compost FREE to all.
The bad....what do we get for that, we get all the crap that does not belong at the compost site. Your roofing shingles, your cinder blocks, your transport containers, your flower pots and garbage bags, your treated wood and construction waste etc...this is what will ruin this free service for all of us. Remember this is YOUR compost site, while the police patrol it as they can, you can report any illegal or even suspicious activity. Violators will be prosecuted. If it's not yard waste material, then it is littering!
The good...WOW, have you been to the new park restrooms? This was an 80K project that happened because of the generosity and voluntarism of a select few, who worked their tales off to provide a nice clean modern restroom. What could be better then to have a great day at the park with your sports team, your family for a picnic, moms and their children at the play set, a company picnic, a great place to just hang out with friends.... and boy o boy, what if you need to go to the bathroom, taaadaaaa, there just happens to be a great restroom!
The bad...some have still not learned mature bathroom etiquette. Again, these bathrooms belong to the users of the park...if you see inappropriate behavior by anyone of any age you need to report what you see. I so believe in karma....you can't continue to do wrong and get away with it, just so you know!
Remember, Penn Township belongs to all of us,
let's not allow a few to ruin all the good we have.
East Snyder Park News…
The latest project COMPLETED at the East Snyder Park is the veteran's memorial monument. This monument will complete an area near the entrance to the park that will be pleasing to the eye and have special meaning to many. The monument will be a perfect way to honor and salute those who sacrificed so much, enabling each of us to live in the land of the free and the home of the brave!
The East Snyder Regional Recreation Association has organized a monogrammed brick sale that will help to fund the completion of the project. All monogrammed bricks will be installed around the base of the monument and will permanently show your support of your favorite veteran(s).
It's been pointed out the bricks can be for anyone and not veterans only. You can show your support of East Snyder Park, its volunteers etc. with your message.
The goal is to sell 350 – 375. Get an order form with all the details and place your order today.
$50 – 4" x 8" brick – up to four lines (see the example)
$100 – 8" x 8" brick – up to eight lines
A scaled drawing of the proposed finished memorial is in the link below.
Battram Pavilionor theVan Nuy's Family Pavilion Reservations are being accepted for 2015.To check your date call today! 570-374-4778 Both pavilions are located in the East Snyder Park. The pavilions are always open for use by the general public, but are available for private use and may be reserved for your event. The 2015 non-refundable fee to reserve a pavilion is $50. Space will be confirmed and held only after receiving payment. Please verify availability with the Township office at (570) 374-4778 before making your plans.
NEW - to reserve a pavilion a User's Agreement is required.
Agreement's are available at theTownship Office, on this website, or via e-mail at email@example.com. Click on the link below
or go to the Applications for Permits link on the left.