Neumann University will host its annual Greccio Live Nativity Celebration on Sunday, December 6. The program, which is free and open to the public, begins at 6:15 p.m. in front of the Mirenda Center for Sport, Spirituality and Character Development on Convent Road. Read more
Come join us for a fun filled evening, presented by Aston Township Parks and Recreation Committee.
Free Picture with Santa – Magician – Puppet Show – Crafts – Refreshments – Carolers
The Green Drop truck will be accepting donations.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4th, 2015
Aston Township Community Center
6:30 PM – 9:00 PM
(All children must be accompanied by an adult)
The Green Drop truck will be accepting donations.
The Aston Township Parks and Recreation Committee along with the Aston Township Board of Commissioners, are happy to announce the First Annual Aston Township Holiday Decorating Contest!
The contest will be open to all residences and businesses within Aston Township. We are asking participants to join in the fun this holiday season throughout the month of December with final judging completed by December 20, 2015.
by Loretta Rodgers
The Aston Township Fire Department (ATFD), celebrated its first open house October 8 with host of demonstrations, safety tips, tours and drills.
Members of the department welcomed approximately 200 township residents to its firehouse on Dutton Mill Road, with the promise of many more activities and events in the future. Read more
An estimated 4,000- plus people attended the event, which took place October 10 on the grounds of the Aston Community Center.
Sponsored by the Aston Business Association, the day’s events included a parade and business expo as well as various demonstrations and activities for children. Read more
Aston Hosts Delaware County Council: Resolutions Presented to the Aston Lions, Lioness, Leo’s and the Aston Rebels Ice Hockey Team.
Aston Commissioners and residents welcomed members of Delaware County Council to the township on Wednesday, September 30. Delaware County Council held its meeting in the commissioners meeting room where they were greeted by a packed, enthusiastic audience.
Delaware County Council Chairman Mario Civera, Jr. expressed appreciation to the Aston Board of Commissioners for inviting them to meet in in the township.
“We are delighted to be here in Aston this evening,” Civera said. “And we are grateful for the warm welcome.”
Following official business, council recognized the Aston Township Lions, Lionesses and Leo organizations, as well as the new Aston Rebels Ice Hockey Team.
Council member John McBlain read a resolution recognizing the Lions Club. McBlain congratulated the organization for championing youth initiatives and strengthening the local community.
“Since 1948 the Lions, along with the Lioness and Leos have raised nearly $750,000, which has benefited organizations such as little league baseball, termite football, scouts, bands, and local libraries,” McBlain said. “They have also provided funding for the blind and deaf, drug awareness programs, memorial funds, and so much more… Thanks to the dedication of all of you, our community is a better place. Not only are you helping the community, you are setting the foundation for good citizenship for our youth. Organizations like yours are the heart and soul of our county and enhance the lives of so many residents.”
Several members of the Aston Lions, Lioness and Leos were on hand for the presentation. The official resolution was gratefully accepted by Mike Petrillo, president of the Aston Lions, and Harriet Reynolds, President of the Aston Lioness Club.
Council member Mike Culp presented a resolution to the coaches and members of the Aston Rebels Ice Hockey Team. A Tier II Junior hockey team, the Rebels play in the Eastern division of the North American Hockey League, which consists of 24 teams in 14 states across North America. They will be playing their home games at the Ice Works Skating Complex.
“This is the Aston Rebels first year playing in Aston, “Culp said. “The team recently relocated from Rio Grande, Texas where they were known as the Rio Grande Killer Bees. A majority of the players are from various states and a few of the players are from Canada and Europe… We’d like to officially welcome the team to Delaware County and present a resolution to you in recognition of your accomplishments and display of sportsmanship.”
Aston Rebels head coach Joe Coombs and Assistant coach Josh Brown were on-hand to accept the resolution on behalf of the team.
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4 Tickets, 4 Soda’s & 4 Nathan’s Hot Dogs for only $35!
The Foursome Friday Fun Pack gives families the opportunity to purchase four tickets, 4 soda’s and 4 Nathan’s Hot Dogs for only $35! You’ll have a chance to see division rivals New Jersey Titans and Johnstown Tomahawks plus Alaska’s Kenai River Brown Bears while saving over 33% off the Regular price.
The Rebels Foursome Friday Fun Pack is great company .. great eats … and great action at a great price for only $35.
Foursome Friday Fun Pack Schedule
Friday, November 13, 2015 vs. New Jersey Titans
Friday, December 18, 2015 vs. Kenai River Brown Bears
Friday, January 15, 2016 vs. Johnstown Tomahawks
Friday, March 11, 2016 vs. New Jersey Titans
Friday, April 1, 2016 vs. New Jersey Titans
Senior Community Services (SCS) is pleased to provide this exciting array of classes to educate, inspire and encourage you. Created specifically to serve adults 50+ in western Delaware County, the Center for Life Long Learning (CLLL) brings adult education offerings to you. SCS, a non-profit agency, also works in many other ways to keep older adults living independently. Established in 1977, SCS today operates four Senior Centers. SCS’ Centers provide meals, health and wellness programs, recreation and social activities and volunteer opportunities. Visit www.scs-delco.org
To find out more, please call Farah Esfahani at 484-496-2143 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall 2015 Course Offerings
Programs for 50+ Learners in the Aston, Brookhaven and Concord Communities.
By Loretta Rodgers
Hundreds of Aston residents gathered Friday evening at the Township Memorial Gardens with local and state officials, boy and girl scout troops, American Legion Post #926, and police and emergency personnel to honor those who lost their lives during the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Read more
September 11th (Patriot’s Day) Memorial Ceremony
Aston Township Memorial Garden
5 – Points Concord & Pennell Roads
Friday, 9/11/2015 beginning at 7:00 PM
(in the event of rain, ceremony will be held at Community Center)
for further details, contact Barry Pinkowicz: 610-714-1598
Join the Scouts of America this September 11th (Patriot’s Day) and show your pride and your thanks to our true American heroes. We strive to let everyone know that Scouting is alive and well and is still a pillar of American values, citizenship, leadership and quality program all while honoring the memory of the victims of 9/11/2001 and all who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our great nation.