20090610-LookingWest100px-ZlomekThese stories, which may be of interest to readers of The Limerick Post, appeared exclusively between May 31 (2009; Sunday) and yesterday (Thursday, June 4, 2009) in its companion publication, The Sanatoga Post:

  • Create Butterflies Saturday In Pottstown
    An effort to enhance a display planned by the Holocaust Museum in Houston TX takes center stage during First Saturday activities in downtown Pottstown.
  • SCORE Expert Discusses Web Marketing
    Need help with a business Internet strategy? The Pottstown chapter of SCORE has just what you’re looking for.
  • Come Hear The Band June 14
    The Pottsgrove Community Band has put a lot of work into its anniversary concert. You won’t want to miss it.
  • Tigers And Camels And Clowns, Oh My
    The big top awaits, with the Lewis And Clark Circus arrives Wednesday an Thursday outside Sanatoga’s  Sunnybrook Ballroom.
  • Township Reconsiders Charitable Contributions
    Lower Pottsgrove commissioners say they’ll try to find money for the Visiting Nurses, Lower Pottsgrove historians, and the Pottstown Area Seniors Center.
  • Some Electric Costs Headed Up
    One of the utility companies serving Lower Pottsgrove (PA) Township got permission from the state to raise its rates Monday.
  • Wanted: Township Police Officer
    Lower Pottsgrove officially advertises, on its website, that it is accepting applications to hire a new police officer.
  • Hundreds Fill Pottsgrove Track For Relay
    Hundreds of walkers and thousands of supporters poured into Pottsgrove High School stadium over 24 hours Saturday and Sunday for Pottstown’s 11th annual Relay For Life against cancer fund-raiser.
  • Tweeting Away From Pottsgrove’s Relay
    Mike, Stacy, Susan and Frank likely don’t know each other and probably have never met. But they had two things in common Saturday: 1) they were part of the Pottstown Relay For Life event, and 2) they used Twitter.
  • Pottsgrove Relay Tweeters Not Alone
    In addition to the Relay For Life at Pottsgrove High, dozens of other relay events were held across the country and even overseas during the same weekend. It seemed many who walked were also sending messages at every step. Here’s a sampling.