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June 19, 2012

Parking at Trinity church lot to be limited

WAYNESBORO, Pa. — In order to perform required maintenance, parking in the Trinity United Church of Christ parking lot will be limited beginning tonight, according to a news release from the Borough of Waynesboro.

Various sections of the lot will be posted as “no parking” to allow for preliminary work. Effective Friday afternoon, parking in the Trinity United Church of Christ parking lot will be prohibited, except for the southern-most row of parking stalls that borders Alley No. 1 North, which is the first east-west alley north of Main Street.

These parking stalls will be available for use until Tuesday afternoon. Then, parking in the entire Trinity United Church of Christ parking lot will be prohibited until the project is completed, which is expected to be the morning of Monday, July 2, weather permitting.

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Should the project take longer than expected, parking will continue to be completely restricted until the “no parking” signs are removed, according to the release.
Violators will be towed at the owners’ expense.



Streets to be closed for paving this week

WAYNESBORO, Pa. — The following streets in the Borough of Waynesboro will be closed for resurfacing this week, the borough announced Tuesday:

  • Mt. Airy Avenue between North Broad and North Church atreets, and Dickinson Avenue between Roadside and Mt. Airy avenues from 5 p.m. today through Friday.
  • West North Street between North Potomac Street and North Grant Street starting at 6 a.m. Friday. The street might reopen that evening depending upon the weather, according to a news release from the borough.

New president of Wilson alumnae group named

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — The Alumnae Association of Wilson College recently named a new president.
Mary Cramer, of Chambersburg, was elected to a three-year term at the association’s annual meeting in early June.

Cramer is a 1991 graduate of Wilson, earning an associate degree in business through the college’s adult degree program. She was employed at F&M Trust for more than 35 years, currently serving as Bank Secrecy Act/Office of Foreign Asset Control analyst in the compliance department.

As president of the alumnae association, Cramer will serve as chief executive officer and preside over meetings of the association and its board of directors.

Cramer is active in a number of civic organizations. She recently served as chair of the board for the Greater Pennsylvania Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, and is a member of the Association of the U.S. Army and the American Business Women’s Association.

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