The Hamburg Area Item, March 26, 2003 3
What’s Cafe gives students own space
Happening PROJECT, from page 1. Starlight. (members of the church) have computers, nice couches, a coffee
Wednesday, March 26
When Arnone moved back to been tremendous. They were key bar and there is going to be art
• Hamburg Library Story Time, “Monsters in March,” 10:30 a.m.
Arnone said. “But then one girl Pennsylvania, he had no intention in getting us the appropriate con- materials available for kids to
• Hamburg Council Meeting, 7:30 p.m. said a guy came up and offered of starting another Star Light tacts,” Arnone added. work with.”
• Lenten Service at First Assembly of God Church, Hamburg, with them drugs once. I thought, there Student Lounge in Hamburg, but According to Arnone, there is Arnone stressed the cafe is
Pastor Alex DuBee, “Sticks And Stones” will be the theme, 7 p.m. has to be a better way than this.” things began to change as he met still $75-100,000 in grant monies open to all backgrounds. He hopes
• Lenten Service at Phoebe Village in Reading, “I am the Good Arnone did not forget this and people in town. pending, and the Hamburg Area college students feel free to stop in
Shephard”- Rev. Dr. R. Howard Pain, 2 p.m. in the chapel.
began asking the kids of his con- After speaking with Hamburg Drug Prevention Task Force has as well, as one evening each week
• Lenten Service at Bern Reformed UCC on RT 183 with Pastor
James Killiam (intern), 7 p.m. gregation what type of place they students, parents, police, school committed itself to paying for may be designated for college
Thursday, March 27 would like to spend time in after faculty and residents, he realized electronics and training materials events.
• Alcoholics Anonymous, St. John’s EV, (Jr. Room), 7:30 p.m. school. the town had the same needs of for volunteers, who will work at “I hope to see this as a center
• Albany Supervisors, 7:30 p.m. “They weren’t into a recreation Brainerd. the ‘Soul-Ed Out’ Cafe. for positive youth interaction,”
• Albany Township Planning Commission, 7 p.m. center type of place with old “It seems that if you are not Arnone said the name implies Arnone said. “It is going to help
• Ontelaunee Township Planning Commission, 7 p.m.
couches and shuffleboard. They involved in athletics there is not that the cafe is designated for stu- students become more involved
Saturday, March 29
• St. Thomas U.C.C is having a benefit supper and bake sale for their local didn’t want a place like a library much for kids here (Hamburg),” dents who have soul-ed out, or and keep them safer in the after-
compassion fund and all you can eat pork and sauer kraut, Bernville, 4-7 p.m. either where they could not talk to Arnone said. “So I asked the kids committed themselves to life, noon hours.”
Sunday, March 30 each other,” Arnone said. “They at church what they thought of God, community and making the Arnone expects renovations to
• Boyds Bear Bingo at Virginville Fire Co., 1:30 p.m. said they had a desire for a nice opening a place similar to the Star world a better place. begin soon and hopes to open this
Monday, March 31 place with a coffee bar and com-
• New Divorce Care, Zion’s U.C.C Church, 7 p.m.
Light Cafe and they were very “I hope anyone who is interest- October.
• Al-Anon Meeting (Jr. Room), St. John’s EV. Luth., 7:30 p.m.
puter access. A place that had a enthusiastic.” ed in making a difference in the Contact Eric Veronikis at
• Penn Supervisors, 7 p.m. Starbucks Coffee type of atmos- Arnone took the enthusiasm, lives of youth will also come email@example.com.
• Old-Fashioned Springtime Outing & Rail Ramble, Reading & phere.” obtained funds and purchased the out,” Arnone said. “There will be
Blue Mtn. Railroad, departs at 9 a.m. from Port Clinton. With the help of the youth, out- vacant Balthaser Motors Building,
Tuesday, April 1 side grants and community sup- on the corner of Pine and Third
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Zion’s Lutheran, Shoey, 7 p.m.
port, Arnone opened up the ‘Star streets, Hamburg, where a new New & Used
• Bernville Council, 7 p.m.
• Shoemakersville Council, 7:30 p.m. Light Student Lounge’ in the base- version of the Starlight Cafe, • Motorized Wheelchairs
• Bern Supervisors, 7 p.m. ment of the First Presbyterian a.k.a. the ‘Soul-Ed Out’ cafe will • Scooters
• Tilden Supervisors, 7 p.m. Church in Brainerd. open this fall. • Vehicle Chair Lifts
• Upper Tulpehocken Township Planning Commission, 7:30 p.m. The lounge was open several “Savage Auto Dealership • Home Stair Lifts
Local Sales & Service
• Tulpehocken Area School Board, 7 p.m. hours each day after school. donated cash grants in the amount
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• Hamburg Library Story Time, “Monsters in March,” 10:30 a.m.
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• Hamburg Council Meeting, 7:30 p.m. to 125 students in and out per day. Guild of our church and individual can qualify for these mobility items. Call Today!
• Lenten Service at Salem EC Church with Preacher Rev. Ronald Within the first two-and-a-half members have given an additional
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• Lenten Service “I am the Resurrection and the Life,” Rev. Dr. Allan Kramer- dents in the lounge,” said Arnone. “There has been support from
Moyer, at Phoebe Berks Village, Wernersville, 2 p.m.
• Lenten Service at Bern Luther Church, Leesport, Pastor David Roper, 7 p.m.
• Lenhartsville Council, 7:30 p.m.
Arnone said junior and senior
high youths used the spot to work
various businesses and Hamburg
residents. Sharon Mast with the
In Loving Memory Of
• Upper Bern Supervisors, 7 p.m. on homework, gain computer
access and socialize. A theatre
United Way (Reading) has been Susan J. Bashore
• Perry Township Planning Commission, 7:30 p.m. very helpful in developing assets
• Hamburg Library Story Time “Highs and Lows,” 10:30 a.m. group was even organized at the and John and Joanne Zinger 6/17/56 - 3/25/95
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