For a listing of all the events coming up this summer at the Pottstown YMCA click on the link to their website for a description of the events, dates and times: https://philaymca.org/pottstown-summer-2015-events-for-the-entire-family/
SAVE THE DATE!
FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 2015
GAME @ 6:30 P.M.
The Foundation for Pottstown Education is hosting a fundraising event in the Strom Gymnasium at Pottstown High School on Friday, March 27, 2015. The HARLEM WIZARDS Basketball Team is coming to town!
Members of our staff, alumni and students are being recruited to play against the Wizards. There will be plenty of fun, food, and prizes!
The elementary school that sells the most tickets to the event (over 200) will receive $1,000 from the Foundation! Either the Middle School or High School will receive $1,500 from the Foundation for selling the most tickets (over 250)! The checks for the winning two schools will be presented on Friday, March 27 at the game!
Please click on the links below to see what the evening will be like. Schools from Ohio, Red Lion, PA, and Ardmore, Pa are represented.
We will have food trucks as well as food sold at the concession stand. Come and eat your dinner and then enjoy the game!
We hope to see you there!
WHEN: SATURDAY MARCH 21, 2015, 10AM – 1PM
WHERE: BOYERTOWN AREA SR. HIGH SCHOOL COMMONS, BEAR AND CUB GYMS
Visit with local wellness vendors for all ages and stages of life.
Plus receive free water ice by Rita’s of Boyertown, moon bounce, basketball fun, obstacle course and lots of great door prizes.
Website and more information: http://www.boyertownwellness.com/wellness-fair.html
Spooky Nook Sports is adding a hotel and restaurant within its sprawling East Hempfield Township facility.
The 130-room hotel will be independently branded, open to tournament attendees and the public year round.
The 260-seat restaurant will have an American cuisine theme and a family friendly environment.
Four more teenagers reported that a softball and basketball coach had sex with them, prosecutors revealed as investigators continue to look into allegations against the 36-year-old Richland Township man.
The girls came forward following Eric Romig’s arrest last week on a half-dozen sex charges, including institutional sexual assault, after a 16-year-old girl’s parents discovered he was allegedly having sex with their daughter, according to court records.
The new allegations were enough for Jennifer Schorn, chief of the Bucks County district attorney’s major crimes division, to request Romig’s bail be raised.
Following a bail modification hearing Wednesday, Judge Wallace Bateman ordered Romig’s bail raised from 10 percent of $500,000 to $1 million cash, meaning Romig would have to post $1 million to be released.
Finally, a reason to start going to 76ers games again.
After a long dry spell, some exciting NBA news has been announced! AI has accepted a deal to return to Philadelphia. I haven’t been to a 76ers game since he left town and I look forward to hopefully seeing him play again!
Welcome home Allen!! I can get my AI bobble-head back out!!!