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The theme for week 3 of the Penbrook Borough LVP Summer Program 2022 was Environmental Awareness. The children learned about caring and protecting the environment today and in the future. Park Ranger Quinn presented on the longevity of trash, reuse and recycling, as well as mammals that live in our forests. Presenters Glynis Smith and Robin Dry (Storm Water Authority) provided a wealth of information and ways to improve the environment and the benefits of rain gardens, clear storm drains, and solar energy. Presenter Christie Bellamy (PRI) guided kids in creating future homes with energy saving devices and environmentally friendly options. Woodmobile presenter Darryl awed the kids the variety of woods, their uses, and the importance and impact of trees in our lives. The kids also engaged in fitness challenges, sports, and puzzles. They enjoyed getting soaked in the water slide! ... See MoreSee Less

Tuesday July 5th, 2022

Due to Independence Day, trash will be delayed 1 day. Pick-up will be Thursday, July 7th ... See MoreSee Less

Monday July 4th, 2022

Help keep 911 lines open.

Don’t call 911 to report fireworks violations. Please only call 911 if there is an immediate danger to life and safety.

Celebrate safely and follow the laws - www.psp.pa.gov/public-safety/pages/fireworks-safety.aspx

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Saturday July 2nd, 2022

The Borough Administrative Office will be closed Monday, July 4th, 2022, in observance of Independence Day ... See MoreSee Less

Thursday June 30th, 2022

Week 2 of the kids summer program presented by the Penbrook Lions Club Volunteers focused on Diabetes, Vision, and Nutrition. The kids learned about the importance of eating nutritious foods that promote strength and stamina, and control blood sugar. Marc Sincalir, a diabete educator from UPMC is a diabetes awareness advocate. He and Christine Seibert led the discussion. Nutritionist Shanna Shultz (Giant Food Stores) helped the kids understand how food provides energy and helps build muscles. Presenter Dave Hiester, Penbrook Parks Subcommittee WalWithADoc coordinator conducted a family nutrition walk and talk through the neighborhood, emphasizing the importance of exercise for strong and healthy bodies. The children engaged in fitness challenges, kickball, pickleball, and board games. They were provided with healthy snacks: oranges, grapes, strawberries, and peaches during the week as well as nutrigrain bars. ... See MoreSee Less

Tuesday June 28th, 2022

Agenda for June 23 Planning Commission Meeting
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Tuesday June 21st, 2022

The Penbrook Borough Little Valley Park Free Summer Youth Program had a great opening first week (June 14-16). Week 1 - Sport Week highlights included Pickleball with Coach - Mark Seaton, Flag Football with Coach/ Mayor John Mconald, and Soccer with Coach Laura vander Goes. The children engaged in fitness activities, arts & crafts, literacy, environmental studies, games, and free-time play. ... See MoreSee Less

Friday June 17th, 2022

Penbrook Borough Back 2 School Book Bag registration is now open. Forms must be filled out and returned no later than July 15. See registration form for more information.
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Tuesday June 14th, 2022
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Penbrook Police / Fire News

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Chief 301 and engine 301 currently on scene of an accident with injuries in the borough. ... See MoreSee Less

Chief 301 and engine 301 currently on scene of an accident with injuries in the borough.Image attachment

On Friday evening, engine 301 responded to Harrisburg City to assist with a 2nd alarm row fire. Engine 301 crew assisted with fire attack and overhaul.

Video is of engine 301 responding and interior helmet camera footage.
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Saturday July 2nd, 2022
Penbrook Police Department

Help keep 911 lines open.

Don’t call 911 to report fireworks violations. Please only call 911 if there is an immediate danger to life and safety.

Celebrate safely and follow the laws - www.psp.pa.gov/public-safety/pages/fireworks-safety.aspx

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Engine 301 just clearing this 2 alarm fire in the city. More details will be posted tomorrow. ... See MoreSee Less

Thursday June 30th, 2022
Citizens Fire Company #1 of Penbrook

Heading to pump primers next weekend? Stop on out and see us at the event as we will have equipment for sale and merchandise! We will have scba’s, red and blue lights, old fire extinguishers, old fire hose and more for sale! All proceeds will go towards our station upgrades! ... See MoreSee Less

Sunday June 26th, 2022
Citizens Fire Company #1 of Penbrook

This afternoon, several members got together to continue painting the interior of the firehouse. If you see the bay doors open, stop on in and check out the updates. ... See MoreSee Less

This afternoon, several members got together to continue painting the interior of the firehouse. If you see the bay doors open, stop on in and check out the updates.Image attachmentImage attachment
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