More than just The Beatles
The British Invasion Tribute’s performance is three shows in one! First, you may hear classic songs by iconic British groups such as The Zombies, The Moody Blues, Dave Clark Five and Herman’s Hermits. The American musical “response” follows, with memorable hits by celebrated artists such as The Monkees, The Turtles, The Mamas & The Papas, and Tommy James & The Shondells, to name just a few. This retrospective concludes with an extraordinary finale paying tribute to the four lads from Liverpool who started it all, The Beatles!
Date: Saturday April 23, 2016
Time: Doors open at 7 PM Band plays at 8 PM
Degnan Hall at the Church of St. Joseph
3255 Concord Rd., Aston, Pa
Price: $20 Per Person
Basic mixed drinks, beer, wine, and food available for purchase
For tickets contact:
CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa. – This year, imagine the possibilities and spruce up your living spaces, inside and out. Back by popular demand, the DelVal Home Show returns April 1 through 3 at the IceWorks Skating Complex in Aston. Discover the latest and very best in landscaping, contracting, design, entertainment, remodeling and everything in between from local businesses. Read more
Register for this FREE event by CRC Watersheds Association. Sunday, February 28, 2016 – 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm, Tomezsko Building Auditorium, Penn State-Brandywine , 25 Yearsley Mill Road
Media, PA 19063.
2016 Winter Lecture – Backyard Solutions for Healthy Streams, Lessons from Philadelphia’s Green City, Clean Waters Program Read more
The Public Works Department used a little ingenuity to make their own brine truck for the winter season. A brine maker is similar to what PennDOT has and uses a mix of salt and water to prep the roads before a winter storm. The Public Works employees went online and found the instructions before constructing it with about $400 in materials. The truck uses a 300 gallon tank and covered more than expected in its first trip around the Township.
It took about three days to make and it was first used to prep the Township for winter storm Jonas. Crews treated the roads 24-48 hours before the storm. The brine helps snow not stick for awhile and helps it come up easier when it’s plowed.
“The brine truck seems to be working really well,” said Russ Palmore. “There might be some upgrades to the truck in the future. We are lucky to have a lot of skilled people,” he said.
New fire department location meeting; Marching Vanguards honored for Cavalcade of Bands win; Higgins, Osborn, Link and McGinn sworn in as commissioners; these stories and more in this month’s issue of the Aston Township Times. Download it now!
by Loretta Rodgers.
Aston Commissioners, during a recent meeting, announced the hiring of new part-time police officers Thomas Piraino and Jonathan Curtis, effective Jan. 4.
Piraino is a graduate of Salesianum School and is currently studying emergency management at Delaware County Community College. He is a sergeant in the Delaware Army National Guard and a veteran of the war in Afghanistan.
Piraino is a member of the Aston Township Fire Department.
Curtis previously worked at the Delaware County Park Police and the Aldan Borough Police Department. He is a graduate of the Delaware County Community College Municipal Police Academy and is employed as a part-time officer in the Chester Township police department.
Curtis is also a member of the Aston Township Fire Department.
Both candidates passed a thorough medical exam, along with a psychological examination.
by Loretta Rodgers.
Aston Commissioners, during the January 20 meeting, presented a proclamation to the Sun Valley High School Band.
Under the direction of Tim Pry, the band was recognized for placing first in every competition this season. The Marching Vanguards also received special awards for receiving the high score in high visual as well as high overall effect. Read more
During a special reorganization meeting held Jan. 4, James Stigale and Michael Higgins were unanimously re-elected president and vice president of the township board of commissioners, respectively. Read more
Commissioner Fulginiti recognized for his service; Bruce Reimer Retires after 27 years; Moose Lodge donates for new K-9 Unit; and more in this month’s issue of the Aston Township Times. Download it now!
By Loretta Rodgers.
First Ward Commissioner Mike Fulginiti, during a recent meeting of the board of commissioners, received a standing ovation on the event of his retirement, and in appreciation for his years of dedication to the township.
For the past two-and-a-half years, Fulginiti, 58, has been waging a battle with bulbar onset Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). The neurological disease was brought to national attention in the 1930’s when professional baseball player Lou Gehrig was diagnosed. Read more