The Olivet Boys & Girls Club is hosting a free event at their Pottstown Unit, the Richard J. Ricketts Center, located at 658 Beach Street in Pottstown, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, September 26. The purpose is to strengthen relationships between the Club, partners and the Pottstown community, in addition to celebrating and supporting our kids. The best way to do that is to invite the community into the Club. The event will include food, games and entertainment. Pottstown School District staff, students and parents, along with community members and community partners, will be invited.
The private businesses that would get the chance to sell beer, wine and liquor under Gov. Tom Corbett‘s proposed overhaul of the state liquor control system had mixed reactions to the proposal.
Eric White, spokesman for the Berks-based Redner’s Warehouse Markets, which also runs the Redner’s Quick Shoppes convenience stores, said the chain almost certainly would have to get into the beer business just to stay competitive with its rivals.
“We have been proponents of adult beverage sales reform in this state for a long time,” he said.
People have forgotten about the devastation caused by September’s flooding in various parts of Pennsylvania. Here is a good example of the where things are five months later!
Redner’s Warehouse Market will not reopen in the Mark Plaza, Edwardsville, Pa., a spokesman said Tuesday.
The store was under water in September when the Susquehanna River crested at 42.66 feet and has been closed since the flooding.
“Due to it being in a known flood zone, it was cost prohibitive for us to reopen the store,” said Redner’s spokesman Eric White. “The lease has been terminated for that location and we will not be rebuilding or relocating our store in the Mark Plaza.”
The store had been in the Mark Plaza for more than 10 years. Mr. White said Redner’s has not chosen a new location, but customers who have suggestions can send them through its website at http://www.Rednersmarkets.com
I will share this information as several Redner’s store employees told me the same story. Redner’s is taking over the two stores that were formerly occupied by Douglas Diamonds and Frank’s Hardware. Plans are to expand their square footage AND to add more new and more diverse products for their shoppers! As a Redner’s shopper I am so happy, WOOT!!! Glad this business is doing well! Redner’s is a great anchor store for the North End Shopping Center and good corporate citizen.