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  • Farms winterize to keep farmers markets open - here's a list of markets

    Farms winterize to keep farmers markets open - here's a list of markets
    Cold and windy weather will send many farmers markets into hibernation by the end of October or the first weekend of November. But that doesn't mean farmers have stopped farming, which means not all markets will shut down.
  • Church stresses inclusiveness in its 140 years

    Church stresses inclusiveness in its 140 years
    The church its pastor sees as "kind of the welcoming center" in Deerfield is celebrating its 140th anniversary Sunday with a worship service and potluck lunch. The public is invited to help Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church observe the special date at...

    Suzanne Marie RodgersApril 15, 1932 - October 1, 2014

    Suzanne Marie Rodgers<br/>April 15, 1932 -  October 1, 2014
    Suzanne Rodgers, 82, a long-time resident of Irvine and Corona del Mar passed away suddenly on October 1, 2014.  Suzanne Marie Routt was born on April 15, 1932 in Westmorland, California.  She was an honors student at Jordan High School in Long Beach...

    IN YOUR CONGREGATION

    WOMEN'S CONFERENCE, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., today at Leidy's Church, 276 W. Cherry Lane, Souderton. Speaker: Julie Henning. $10. Info and registration: 215-723-8707. http://www.leidyschurch.org. UNMASKED, women's conference, 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. today...

    New heights for High Holidays

    New heights for High Holidays
    Like many rabbis, David Greenspoon spends a lot of time performing services away from houses of worship – officiating weddings, presiding over bar and bat mitzvahs, visiting the sick. And he recently started noticing something odd: More and more...