Preserve your right to pledge gathering set

West Nottingham residents will gather at the township's next Board of Supervisors' meeting, which is scheduled for Monday, Jan 24 at 7:30 p.m. Residents hope to preserve the right to pledge allegiance to the American Flag, as well as have a moment of silence during local government meetings.

Paper Americana Show set in Elkton, Md.

Singerly Fire Company, of Elkton, Md., will present their 19th annual Paper Americana Show from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 28. The show will feature over 30 dealers from several states who will be selling antique books, postcards, newspapers, art prints, advertising collectibles, photographs and general ephemera. Dealers from Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia and Pennsylvania will offer local and regional collectables. The Cecil County Hospital Society will also offer local items for sale from their collection. Admission is $3 per person; children under 12 will be admitted free of charge. The Ladies Auxiliary will provide refreshments. For additional information e-mail or call 410-398-7737 or 410-398-7300 (during show hours). Singerly Fire Hall will be the location. It is located at the intersection of routes 213 and 279 in Elkton, Md.

Santa Fe Guitar Quartet scheduled to perform at CCC

Cecil Community College's Performing Arts Program presents "An Evening with the Santa Fe Guitar Quartet" at 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 3 in the Performing Arts Hall of Elkton Station, 107 Railroad Ave. To introduce Latin American culture and history along with the music, a lecture/demonstration format will be combined with a performance. Tickets are $10 for the general public and $5 for students and seniors. There are no advance ticket sales but reservations are highly recommended as seating is limited. For ticket reservations, call 410-392-3366.

The Santa Fe Guitar Quartet (SFG4), from Santa Fe, Argentina, is an innovative guitar ensemble whose repertoire ranges from Baroque works to modern tangos. The group is strongly committed to the performance of Latin American music. In 1997, the Argentinean Institute for Excellence (Instituto Argentino de la Excelencia) awarded the Santa Fe Guitar Quartet the prestigious First Prize of Excellence. The ensemble's recordings continue to receive enthusiastic reviews throughout North America, South America, Europe and Asia.

R/C Sale and Auction scheduled

Cloud Kings R/C Club and AMA Chartered Club #579 are sponsoring the second annual Southeastern Keystone State R/C Sale and Auction, which is scheduled to take place at the Oxford Red Men Pavilion Saturday, Feb. 4 at 9 a.m. Local vendors will be present at the event, which will feature raffles, door prizes, food, beverages and ample on-site parking. Set up starts at 8 a.m. and the action starts at 11 a.m. Tables, plus one admission, are $10 each. Admission is $5, and those under 12 are admitted free. For pre-registration and tables call Dick Plyler at 610-268-2156. For auction information call Henry Bohe at 610-857-5669, or visit The pavilion is located at 114 Brick Rd. in Oxford.

Indoor volleyball league to start in Feb.

The West Fallowfield Community Center (OCRC) has begun accepting sign-ups for an indoor volleyball league. Join OCRC's Quad Indoor Volleyball League. Teams will play with a maximum of four players, one of which must be a female player. Matches can start, however, with three players (no more than two male players). Matches will consist of 3 games to 21. This coed quad league will not be officiated and is limited to only six teams. T-shirts will be provided for all players. Games will be played at the West Fallowfield Community Center in Cochranville Fridays, from 7 to 9 p.m. starting Friday, Feb. 24. The league will run for eight weeks. The cost is $20 per member player, and $30 per non-member player. For more information please contact Mandy Stauffer at 610-593-5963 x 4440 or visit

Russellville Grange #91 meeting dates set

Russellville Grange #91 will hold their meetings the first and third Thursdays of every month. Each meeting will start at 7:30 p.m. The grange is the country's foremost family-oriented rural/urban community service organization with a special interest in agricultural needs. Also, the grange holds country/square dances twice a month, except during the summer. The dances begin at 7:30 p.m. For more information call Doris Worth at 717-786-7667 or Francis Watterson at 610-593-6622. The grange is located at the corner of Old Limestone Road and Route 896.

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