Variety attracts visitors to lifestyle exposition
By RICHARD F. BELISLE / Staff Writer
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - There was a lot going on Saturday morning at Waynesboro Area Senior High School.
Visitors could eat pancakes and sausage, pick up information on funeral planning, banking, assisted living, kitchen countertops, insurance, sending cargo overseas by ship, get legal advice or shake hands with Rosalyn V. Menon, Miss Pennsylvania 2001.
The sixth annual Community Lifestyle Exposition was in the high school gym. The expo was held in conjunction with the Waynesboro Lions Club's annual sausage and pancake breakfast next door in the school cafeteria.
"The two events feed off each other," said Carol Henicle, executive director of the Greater Waynesboro Chamber of Commerce. Those who come for the Lions' breakfast usually visit the expo and vice versa, she said.