For more information on Herr's Mill Covered Bridge, call Brian Kopan at Mill Bridge Village and Camp Resort at 717-687-8181. A historic structure is available for sale for only $1. And if it doesn't get sold, it may not survive. That's according to Brian Kopan, owner of Mill Bridge Village and Camp Resort, as well as the Herr's Mill Covered Bridge. The bridge spans the Pequea Creek at 101 S. Ronks Road in Paradise, and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Can you tell us about the cause you've chosen for the Miss America contest? "Building Families Through Adoptions. I was adopted from South Korea whee I was 6 months old. My incredible parents raised me to see my adoption story as unique and wonderful, and being really open with me and my brother, who was also adopted from South Korea." "When I first left my little hometown bubble of Palmyra and went to Penn State, my friends were asking me questions that I realized were really insensitive.
For more information on 1864 Susquehannock Drive in Drumore, follow this link to the listing website or call Barb Maher at 717-669-3631. When a fellow teacher mentioned a historical property for sale, Tom Gehr was immediately interested in it. "We had different historians there to look at the different features to come up with a date [for the house being built]," Gehr said about the property. "It's somewhere in the mid to late 18th century.
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Selecting a term
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