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101 Crosswinds Drive, Lititz, United States
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... to everyone he met. His Christian faith was evident through his writings as well as his membership in Emmaus, Northside United Methodist Church, Fellowship Sunday School Class and the Saturday Morning Men's Bible Study. He was the oldest member of Gold's ...
I felt that I wanted to provide and update concerning Jim Norene. About 2-3 weeks ago, I was contacted by a speech writer for the President. He told me that plans were in the works to mention Jim Norene's story once again in a speech ...
As I begin to prepare for my trip I am overwhelmed. I am going to walk where they walked, walk where they fought and walk where they died 65 years ago. I am going to be walking with the men that were actually there and hear THEIR ...
Today is Veterans Day. A day to remember the men and women that served. This morning I decided to put my work aside and make some phone calls to some of the men I met on this trip a few years back. I spoke to Ernie Lamson and he is ...
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48 North Broad Street., Lititz, Pennsylvania, United States
Tour this museum featuring hundreds of pieces of antique candy making memorabilia, then buy some quality chocolate at the factory store.
Broad Street, Lititz, Pennsylvania, United States
219 East Main Street, Lititz, Pennsylvania, United States
The Julius Sturgis Pretzel Bakery, established in 1861, is the first commercial pretzel bakery in America. As of August 2007, the site is under new ownership. The bakery and store have been completely renovated and are now operated once again by the Sturgis family. Visitors can tour the original pretzel bakery, see soft pretzels being made by hand, and find pretzels baked by the oldest pretzel baking family in the United States.
Lititz, Pennsylvania, United States
The center for Moravian life and culture in Lititz, the square holds the Brother and Sister Houses (men and women were separated in the congregation) as well as the original church, erected in 1787.