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Chester County Press Sept. 2 edition

09/02/2015 08:26AM ● By J. Chambless



This week in the  Chester County Press, we preview a public meeting about the Artesian well that is expected to draw a big crowd of concerned residents ... We take you to the first day of classes at Unionville High School and Pocopson Elementary School, where the principals were also having their first day on the job ... We profile the extraordinary work being done at Camp Dreamcatcher over the last 20 years ... We look at a new community garden being built in Goddard Park ... All this, and Uncle Irvin, too, in this week's Chester County Press.

Pocopson Elementary principal Clif Beaver greets an arriving student

First day of school was a first for principals, too

Principals at Pocopson Elementary and Unionville High School start the year along with students Read More » 

 

 

 

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Camp Dreamcatcher: 20 years of changing lives

During its 20-year history, Camp Dreamcatcher has provided free therapeutic and educational programs to nearly 5,000 youngsters whose lives have been adversely affected by HIV or AIDS. Read More » 

 

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‘We want to make sure that we’re creating a safe and supportive environment’

Camp Dreamcatcher offers a variety of programs to support youngsters Read More » 

 

Participants at last years event made the Brandywine cleaner during a day of paddling and fun

Victory Brewing sponsors a river clean-up event

On Sept. 12, participants can paddle, clean the water and enjoy Victory beers Read More » 

 

Editorial: Articulating your opposition

If you choose to voice your opposition to Artesian on Sept. 8, come prepared Read More » 

 

Uncle Irvin: A liberal in over his head

Dr. Rock wants to pay the teachers even more than they would be willing to accept in a showdown. Read More » 

 

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