The Elizabethtown Advocate

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Recap of the loss to Lower Dauphin last Friday for E-Town football.
09/15/2021
E-Town football falters in 32-12 loss to Lower Dauphin - Elizabethtown Advocate

Recap of the loss to Lower Dauphin last Friday for E-Town football.

Heavily favored against Lower Dauphin, who had gone 1-16 in its last 17 games, the Bears got behind early against the Falcons and were unable to recover. They went on to lose by a final score of 32-12, as LD rode the early momentum all the way to victory.

Recap of the first four games of the season for E-Town boys soccer.
09/15/2021
Bears soccer beats L-S in overtime, loses three - Elizabethtown Advocate

Recap of the first four games of the season for E-Town boys soccer.

Elizabethtown boys soccer has a full-on youth movement on its hands. That means the Bears will show a lot of promise in spurts but will also have to fight through teething issues at other points, as evidenced by their first four games of the season.

Recap of a wild set of matches for E-Town girls tennis. Still undefeated, still in first for the section.
09/15/2021
E-Town girls tennis remains unbeaten with the Section Two championship in sight - Elizabethtown Advocate

Recap of a wild set of matches for E-Town girls tennis. Still undefeated, still in first for the section.

The toughest tests of the season for Elizabethtown girls tennis may turn out to be the first pair of Section Two matches against the two teams who finished in first and second last year. After all was said and done, however, the Lady Bears emerged battered but unbeaten, with a firm grasp on the sect...

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Looking for old friends John & Jim Johnston, twin brothers who grew up in the Shope Gardens neighborhood of Middletown, PA. They would be 66-67 today. We knew each other after they moved out to Isla Vista, CA in the early ‘70s but lost touch. I believe John stayed and Jim moved back to PA. If you know of their whereabouts or have contact info for them or family, please contact me at [email protected]. Would love to reconnect.
Lost near Bossler/Amosite. Please call if you see her.
Only 300 tickets available. Get one now before they sellout: https://www.2ndchance4liferescue.org/info/display?PageID=20020
Kids event— Elizabethtown, PA!! Get your tickets now: https://www.2ndchance4liferescue.org/info/display?PageID=19972
Dan Robrish! When do you start on your new adventure? I seem to remember a February date.
Sorry to see KMART close.
Elizabethtown Native SON, Matt Brandyberry, on tour in February and March with his band From Ashes To New AND with SKILLET!!!!
1. What? - The Jingle BELL Ring is a massed ringing event for handbells held inside The Lancaster Marriott at Penn Square & Lancaster County Convention Center, 25 South Queen St., Lancaster, PA, during their Visit With Santa event. There is no charge for the audience to come hear the handbells play BUT this year we will be collecting non-perishable food items and monetary donations from those attending the event which will then be donated to Autumn's Food Pantry. 2. When? - Saturday, December 14th, 2019 from 10:00am to 2:00pm. We will perform two sets roughly - 11:15 to 11:45 and 1:00 to 1:30.
Have Some Fun! Watch your Little kids Run!!
Needed to let people know about this....people have been using the Amtrak parking lot as a place to get rid of trash...cigarette butts and not cleaning up after their dogs in the grass...well there was a bus there this afternoon from Masonic Villages and some of the residents cleaned up the messes that were left there...the driver said it's part of their community service...THANK YOU TO MASONIC VILLAGES for doing this...it's a shame that people don't respect property that's NOT THEIRS....