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

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Schwenksville man sentenced for burglary ring (The Lansdale PA Reporter)
A Schwenksville man is headed to state prison after he admitted to being the leader of a local gun burglary and trafficking ring that sold guns to drug dealers on the streets of Norristown and Philadelphia.

Apple Butter Frolic (The Lansdale PA Reporter)
The 36th annual Apple Butter Frolic was held Saturday at the Indian Creek Road Farm in Harleysville. Visitors were treated to demonstrations of Pennsylvania German farming techniques, arts and crafts, and enjoyed such food as scrapple, corn pies, sausage and ground cherry pies.

Spring-Ford students create school mosaic (The Phoenix, Phoenixville PA)
With the help of a professional artist, some talented Spring-Ford Intermediate School students have started work on a mosaic tile mural to be displayed in their school lobby and presented to the Spring-Ford community later on this school year.

Women sing out in praise of the Valley Forge Chorus (Inquirer Neighbors, Philadelphia PA)
Susan Tucker, performance coordinator and singer with the Valley Forge Chorus, wants to dispel some of the images that come to mind when people think of barbershop music — striped poles, street corners, handlebar moustaches, and, of course men.

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