Parents: Do you want your kids to learn the wonderful, simple games of your own childhood so they can keep themselves entertained outside this summer?
Pastor Lisa Martin of Trinity Reformed United Church of Christ reports that they will be holding their second “Playground Day” this Saturday, June 30 from 1-3 pm. Kids can learn how to play marbles, jacks, hopscotch, jump rope and other simple, fun outdoor games. And they will be giving away the equipment at the end!
If any Positively!Pottstown readers would like to drop off some sidewalk chalk at the church, that was a hot item last weekend!
This info comes from Trinity Reformed United Church of Christ. I’m sorry I did not get up an announcement about their Playground Day that they held on June 23rd. They were teaching kids “old-fashioned outdoor games like marbles, jacks, double-dutch jump rope, hula hoop, and a variety of versions of hopscotch.” Then they gave all the equipment away. Does anyone else want to sponsor something like this? I think it sounds quite fun — even for the grownups! I’d be willing to pitch in, too.
Okay, so here’s what’s still on tap…
ACT — Arts and Crafts at Trinity
We are sharing the hobbies we love with anyone who wants to learn! We meet from 2-4:30 pm on Tuesdays all summer. Activities will include watercolors, crocheting, collage, and “Christmas in July” handcrafts. We are supplying all materials so there is no cost. This is for adults and children ten and up. Our weekly free community meal follows at 5 pm. Trinity Reformed United Church of Christ, 60 N. Hanover St., Pottstown, PA 19464, 610-326-2243, email@example.com
Youth Mission Week
Youth from five area churches will be coming together July 29 through August 3 to participate in Youth Mission Week. Youth live at the church during the week and help with simple repairs, landscaping and clean-up for low-income or elderly Pottstown residents, and also at local non-profit agencies. There are still spaces available for youth who want to participate and homeowners or non-profits that would like some help. We can also use adult volunteers (subject to our safe-church policy.) All forms and more information can be found at http://pottstownyouthgroup.weebly.com/. Youth must be entering 6th grade in the fall. There is no cost for the program, but donations are very welcome.
Trinity Reformed United Church of Christ, 60 N. Hanover St., Pottstown, PA 19464, 610-326-2243, firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’ve been admiring LointerHOME’s residential renovations in Pottstown over the past year, wait until you see what they’re offering in the way of office space. Not only have they restored the charm of the Victorian era to 424 King Street, but they have tricked it out with features that any new or expanding business expects in a state-of-the-art office building.
- 12 private offices, including 2 executive offices
- All new systems including
- Brand new 4 zone gas-fed hydronic heating system and boiler
- 200 amp electrical service
- pre-wired for DSL
- pre-wired with cat 5e in each space
- New roof
- 2 full conference rooms
- 3 floors
- Full reception with separate waiting area
- 2 elegant bathrooms
- 1500 gallon fountain on street side
- 8 parking spaces in rear of structure
- partial central air
- Available fully furnished
Even better, LointerHOME is offering this space for just $158,000 or for lease at $1,500/month. They are also able to negotiate a lease-purchase arrangement if that is what works for you and your business.
“This would be a perfect home for an active, everyday business,” said Amanda DeSeta, principal at LointerHOME. “I hope we can find the company that will have people coming and going all the time.”
424 King Street is in the traditional town neighborhood (TTN) zone of Pottstown. It is one block north of High Street, between Franklin and Washington Streets. It sits right next door to another LointerHOME residential renovation, now occupied.
You can see more photos at the LointerHOME website and get more details by contacting email@example.com. And, perhaps best of all, you can experience this space for yourself at the next Positively Pottstown Happy Hour – a Red-White-and-Blue Independence Day Bash – to be held at 424 King Street on Friday, July 6th from 5-7 pm. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hill School students held an end-of-the year collection of items that were no longer needed by students or were too heavy to take home on a plane. At the final tally, an enthusiastic group of 48 students, along with 11 faculty and staff members and parents, collected, sorted, and packed 4,750 pounds of clothing, books, and room accessories that were donated to The Pottstown Cluster, the Montgomery County SPCA, and Goodwill Industries.
Not only did these items not end up in a landfill, but they can be put to good use by those in need, including our furry friends at the SPCA!