20090610-24Hours100px-ZlomekThe Limerick Post scanned available news feeds during recent days and found these stories of local interest.

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Spring-Ford grad returns from two-year mission trip (Spring-Ford Reporter)
Dan King, a member of the Valley Forge 1st Ward of the Church of Latter-day Saints, more commonly referred to as the Mormon Church, spent two years in a mainly Spanish-speaking neighborhood trying to teach about the beliefs of his faith. He returned home July 2.

SEPTA seeks input on Regional Rail name changes (The Inquirer, Pottstown PA)
SEPTA is considering getting rid of the “R” train route designations it has used for 25 years. The system is confusing for infrequent riders and tourists, and needs to be replaced with something easier to understand.

Gloriosa daisy (The Inquirer, Philadelphia PA)
Patches of Gloriosa daisies greeted me at JoAnn Waddell’s house in Royersford this morning. JoAnn is a retired elementary school principal and master gardener whose perennial beds are truly spectacular.

Norristown Bocce League fun (WPVI-TV Channel 6, Philadelphia)
This is the fourth year that volunteers from the Norristown Bocce League have volunteered their services to help children from the Montgomery County Association for the Blind learn the game of Bocce.

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