8848 JONESTOWN ROAD, GRANTVILLE PA  17028 ~ (717) 469-0833

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Active Seniors Walking Group

Autumn Leaves

Autumn Leaves Transport

Baseball/Softball Assoc.


Children's Wheelchair Dance Workshop


Lower Dauphin Communities That Care (LDCTC)

Cub Scouts

Elementary PTO

Fire Company

Food Pantry

Youth Football

Girl Scouts

Heroes Grove

Historical Society

Lions Club

Lower Dauphin Warriors

Manada Conservancy

Manestreamers 4-H

Nursery School

One-Room School



Lower Dauphin Youth Girls BB

Senior Center

Soccer Association

The Sewing B's


Community Organizations

(Following is a brief explanation of the organization and a contact person, if known.  Links (click on organization's name) to the organization's website is also included, if known.  If you find any information on this page that is no longer accurate please contact the Park & Recreation office at 469-7655.)

Active Seniors Walking Group

The purpose of the walking group is to promote a healthy lifestyle by exercising on a regular basis while exploring local resources and meeting other township residents.  Members walk at their own pace.

 This past year participants walked Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8 to 9 am at selected locations throughout the township.  During September and October participants walked on Wednesdays mornings on trails and in parks outside of the township. If you interested in joining the active seniors walking group, you may pick up our monthly schedule at the township building or contact Carol Mathias at 533-2231 for additional information.



Autumn Leaves


The Autumn Leaves is a group of members who gather together the fourth Tuesday of most months at the Township Building.  Anyone age 50 or older is welcome to become a member.  You do not have to be a resident of East Hanover Township to join.  Cost of membership is $1.00.  Transportation can be provided for East Hanover Township residents through the Autumn Leaves Transport Service. 


The Autumn Leaves Organization is served a catered meal at noon on meeting days except for August and November when a covered dish luncheon is enjoyed by all who attend.  Cost of the meal is $11.  Entertainment follows the meal.


Contact Janet Espenshade, 469-1099.


Autumn Leaves Transport Service


The Autumn Leaves Transport Service is an outstanding service provided for residents of East Hanover Township who are at least 60 years of age or who are disabled and is located in the East Hanover Township Building.  The 11-passenger van is available Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM to provide transportation to medical appointments, grocery stores, banks, meetings, etc.  The van is also available after hours for emergency situations.


Calls for service should be made at least 48 hours in advance, except for emergencies.


The administrative office for the Transport Service is located in the Township Building.  The office is staffed by volunteers on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon.  Appointments for services need to be made during those times.


Donations are accepted for all trips and services.  East Hanover Township provides the office area, the telephone, and the fuel for this service.  The Dauphin County Area Agency on Aging provides the insurance for the services of the van. The van is owned by the Dauphin County Area on Aging and is housed in a Township garage.


One-day recreational trips to Roots Market, etc. are also planned and generally are scheduled on Tuesdays.


Contact Autumn Leaves office at 469-7514.


Capital Area Therapeutic Riding Association, Inc.

CATRA, the Capital Area Therapeutic Riding Association, located in Grantville, PA, is looking for volunteers to help with their animal therapy and horseback riding program.  Therapeutic riding helps children and adults with disabilities achieve their goals of muscle conditioning, improve balance, eye-hand coordination and helps the nervous system find and use undamaged pathways for improved body functioning.  This is done in a fun setting.  Riders enjoy friendships, improve self-esteem and increase socialization.  The exceptional horses used in this program are gentle, patient and obedient.  If you love horses, or ever wanted to own a horse, this is your chance to care for, and handle, very special equines.  CATRA adds animal therapy as well with an array of interesting animals such as miniature horses, goats, dogs that ride the horses, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, chickens, ducks, and a pot bellied pig.  Scheduling to volunteer at CATRA is set up at your convenience.  You can donate an hour, or a whole afternoon.  Morning or afternoon is available 7 days a week, year round. Animal care is a never ending reality.  For those with a green thumb we need you too!  Flower beds need attention three seasons a year.

CATRA has something for everyone.  To let us know you are coming or for more information, please call 623-5553.  Visit the CATRA website at www.catra.net.  Don’t miss the opportunity to serve your community through this valuable, rewarding program serving persons with disabilities and animals who care! 

Founders:  Ben & Shirley Nolt     (717) 469-7517

Outreach Coordinator:  Mike Babbitt     (717) 623-5553

Email:  info@catra.net
Website:  www.catra.net


Children's Wheelchair Dance Workshop

The Children’s Wheelchair Dance Workshop teaches a variety of dance forms to children with disabilities.  Each child is paired with an assistant and together a whole new kind of dance is created.  This program has been extremely successful and children return year after year to participate.  The Children’s Wheelchair Dance Workshop is a great opportunity for children to enjoy a leisure activity that they might never have thought possible.

 Dancing is a great way for the children to express themselves artistically, gain confidence, exercise and socialize with other children in chairs.  The Wheelchair Dancers meet on Friday nights from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the East Hanover Township Building in Grantville.  Classes are held weekly from September through July with the dancers performing in the Celebration of Children, a variety show held at the Forum.

The Celebration of Children is sponsored by PECAN, Inc.  For more information about the Children’s Wheelchair Workshop, please contact Nancy Ehrlich at (717) 469-7281 or email:cannonslightning@yahoo.com


Churches in East Hanover Township  (Link to Church page)


A separate page contains a listing of Churches in the Township.


Cub Pack 362  (Link to website)


Cub Scouting is open to all boys in Grades 1 thru 5.  Additional information is available on the Pack 362 website.  If your son is interested in joining or you would like to volunteer your time, please contact:


John Foltz, Cub Master

Boy Scouts of America

New Birth of Freedom Council

(717) 304-5009

Website: http://grantvillepa.com/pack362

E-mail:  johnfoltz44@gmail.com



East Hanover Baseball/Softball Association



This is an association whose purpose is to promote the concept of good sportsmanship, fair play, physical growth, mental alertness, self-respect, and respect for others by providing the youth of our community with recreational opportunities in baseball and softball.


Officers for 2013:



Roy Bennett

(717) 805-9458

Vice President

Steve Harris

(717) 756-9983


Diane Suhr


Boys Commissioner & Secretary

David Waters


Girls Commissioner

Karen Economopoulos

(717) 469-0616


John Bixler



Mike Westerberg



East Hanover Elementary School PTO

The Elementary School PTO meetings are held on the 4th Tuesday of every other month at the East Hanover Elementary School Library at 5:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.  This organization presents programs throughout the school year.  Officers are elected annually.  Information about the PTO can be obtained by calling 469-2686.  This is a group of parents and teachers who are working to support our children’s education. Officers will change in the fall of 2014.  Voting takes place in April.

Co-President Marie Risser
Co-President Karen Economopoulos
1st Vice President Rick Smith
2nd Vice President Pam Waters
Secretary Shelly McIntire
Treasurer Deanna Zelusky

East Hanover Township Senior Center


The Shellsville Senior Center is located in the Township Building.  Anyone who is at least age 60 is eligible to participate.  East Hanover Township residency IS NOT required but you must be a resident of Dauphin County.


The Center is open on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.  Transportation can be provided for East Hanover Township residents by the Autumn Leaves Transport Service.


Meals, prepared and delivered by the Dauphin County Area Agency on Aging, are served at 11:30 AM.  In order to ensure that enough meals are delivered you must sign up or call in for a meal reservation at least 48 hours before the meal is needed.  A donation is accepted for the cost of the meal.


Calls at 469-7514 are taken on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays between the hours of 9:00 AM and 12:00 Noon.


The Senior Center also operates a Meals on Wheels program through the County.  This program is intended for those who cannot get to the Center for their meals.  For more information on the Meals on Wheels program, or to volunteer to be a driver, please call Janet Espenshade at 469-1099.


Contact the Senior Center at 469-7514.



Lower Dauphin Youth Football Association ◄ (Link to website)

The East Hanover Youth Football Association and the South Hanover Knights have come together to form one organization, the Lower Dauphin Youth Football Association Warriors.  The LD Warriors is a youth sports organization open to all Lower Dauphin School District residents offering both football and cheerleading to boys and girls ages 5-14.  The fundamentals of football and cheerleading will be taught, along with important lessons of teamwork, sportsmanship and self confidence.  The website is www.Ldwarriors.org and online registration will begin in February and March, 2012.


President Mark Dean (717) 903-7639
Vice President Bill Ritchie (717) 574-3496
Secretary/Treasurer Dawn Jonovich (717) 350-8467
  Amber Lentz  
Cheerleading Tammy Ritchie (717) 823-7792



Food Pantry & Clothing Closet, Grantville Area


Grantville Area Food Pantry
And Clothing Closet

Faith United Church of Christ
117 N. Faith Road

Contact Richard Williams or Rev. George Robertson
Telephone: (717) 469-2444

The Grantville Area Food Pantry, located at Faith United Church of Christ (on Route 743, just north of Route 22) is a mission project of Faith and of the Grantville Ministerium.  The other participants are New Life Assembly of God, Shell’s Lutheran Church, St. John’s United Methodist Church and Zion Lutheran Church.

 Each church sends volunteers one week a month to unload and shelving of supplies on Wednesday mornings.  They distribute food from the Pantry on Thursday evenings from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. and on Friday mornings from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

 The Pantry relies on donations from sponsoring churches of the Grantville Ministerium to pay for the food and other items which are “purchased” from the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank, and receives and welcomes food donated by various organizations, institutions, businesses and individuals in the community.  The Pantry also provides a clothing service where donated clothing is sorted and hung for free shopping by clients.  Other missions include summer games at Penn National, free tax preparation for low income individuals, new free books for children, emergency gas, heating fuel, lodging and referral information.

 For more information, please contact Pastor George Robertson at 469-2444 or e-mail: faithgrantville@verizon.net.  Monetary donations may be mailed to Grantville Area Food Pantry, PO Box 2, Grantville, PA 17028.

Dauphin County Heroes Grove - "Remember Our Heroes"


Ordinary citizens who have one thing in common..... A willingness to sacrifice their own safety and well-being to protect their fellow citizens and the American way of life.


Conceived by Ronald S. Marsico and a collection of dedicated public servants, civic and community leaders, the Dauphin County Heroes Grove is being developed on a tract of land in Lower Paxton Township behind the friendship Center.  Dauphin County Heroes Grove will feature an Amphitheatre, which will set the stage for remembrance and memorial ceremonies that will honor veterans, emergency responders, law enforcement personnel and fire company emergency responders who have demonstrated their dedication to our communities, commonwealth, and country.   It will also be the setting for a series of educational seminars, festivals and concerts.  Dauphin County Heroes Grove has been endorsed by local, county and state law enforcement groups, veteran organizations, volunteer firemen and women, emergency medical service personnel and fire company emergency responders.


Please visit www.heroesgrove.org.  Contributions can be made at www.tfec.org or mailed to Heroes Grove Fund Project - Foundation for Enhancing Communities - 200 N. 3rd Street, 8th Floor PO Box 678 Harrisburg, PA 17108-0678.  (717) 236-5040. 


Girl Scouts


Girl Scouts in East Hanover Township are for girls kindergarten through senior high school; ages 5 to 17 years.  Girls earn badges, do crafts, service projects, go camping and hiking.  If you or your daughter are interested in becoming a Girl Scout contact Cindy Levengood (717) 884-3643 or clevengood@gshpa.org.



Grantville Volunteer Fire Company   



The Grantville Volunteer Fire Company members are dedicated to provide the best fire protection, rescue, fire police, emergency medical and support services to East Hanover Township and surrounding municipalities.  The fire company publishes an annual fire company book, "39er" newsletter, Facebook, and website to inform residents of company activities.  The Company Book, Carnival, Yard Sales, Chicken & Pork Rib Barbecues, Annual Fund Drive, Spaghetti Dinners, April & September Daily Drawings are some of the fundraising activities needed to operate this fine company.  The company also co-sponsors such community activities as the Halloween parade and Christmas Tree Lighting programs.  The company is always in need of emergency and support personnel.  There are three types of company memberships needs.  They are Emergency-Response, Support/Auxiliary and Junior Memberships.  Residents are invited to join by obtaining an application from the company membership secretary or any one of the officers listed.  The cost of membership is $3.00 per year.  Youth between the ages of 16 and 18 are invited to join the Junior Firefighter Program.  Anyone is welcome to attend the fire company meeting held the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm in the training room at the fire house located at 9199 Allentown Blvd, Grantville PA.


2014 Officers:



Wayne Isett

(717) 350-8249

Vice President

Bill Bird

(717) 286-7319

Recording Secretary

Marisa Chew

(717) 469-7390


Becki Oller

(717) 460-7563

Membership Secretary

Linda Smith

(717) 566-3656


Homer Kuhns

(717) 877-5359

Head Trustee

James Green

(717) 756-3655


Neil Friereich

(717) 343-8140


Ed Consalo

(717) 926-9863

Fire Chief

Saul Schmolitz

(717) 648-6448

Deputy Fire Chief

Jim McHenry

(717) 469-0063

Assistant Fire Chief

Erik Kessler

(717) 443-5339

Fire Crew Captain

Neil Friereich

(717) 343-8140

Fire Lieutenants

Bill Bird

(717) 286-7319


Dave Smith

(717) 580-4348

QRS Captain Zack Friereich (717) 805-5022
QRS Lieutenant James Green (717) 756-3655

Fire Police Captain

Homer Kuhns

(717) 877-5359


Bob Wagner

(717) 469-0646

Assistant Engineer

Gary Wallish

(717) 469-2957


2014 Auxiliary Officers:



Marisa Chew

(717) 469-7390


Nancy Gamber

(717) 534-2972


Grantville Nursery School

The Grantville nursery School, a mission of Faith United Church of Christ, will be starting its 40th year of operation this September 2014!


Our program provides the young children of the community with the opportunity to learn about themselves, other people and the world around them.  GNS seeks to help the children grow and develop in their relationships with others through play, art, music, stories and conversations.  While the program introduces children to academics, we also concentrate on the development of confidence, cooperation, socialization, and self esteem.  Classes are offered to 3-4 year olds two days a week and 4-5 year olds three days a week.  Both morning and afternoon classes are available.

For further information please call:


School (717) 469-2051
Pastor George Robertson (717) 469-2444
Cherie Wolensky, Registrar (717) 469-7729


Open Registration:

  February 10, 2014


Parent Orientation for Registered Students:

  Thursday, September 4, 2014


Open House for Registered Students:

  Friday, September 5, 2014


School Start-Up Dates:

  Monday, September 8, 2014 and

  Tuesday, September 9, 2014


Historical Society of East Hanover Township


The East Hanover Township Historical Society’s purpose is to develop a community awareness of our heritage through preservation and education.  Interest in local history through meetings, publications and public programs is encouraged.  The Society functions as a repository for items of historical significance.  Meetings are held on the second Monday of each month, except for the months of February and July at the East Hanover Township Building beginning at 7:00 p.m.  Most meetings are held in the old township building on N. Crawford Road.  Special meetings are held in the township building on Jonestown Road.  Anyone interested in local history is invited to attend.  The address for the Historical Society is P.O. Box 185 Grantville, PA 17028.



Individual:  $10.00

Family:  $15.00

Business:  $50.00

Individual Lifetime:  $100.00


Publications for Sale:  

The Bicentennial Book:  $20.00

The Barn Book:  $25.00


Other Items for Sale:

Historical Throws




Officers for 2014:



Rick Elliott

(717) 534-2763

Vice President

Cristin Espenshade

(717) 469-7406


Becki Oller

(717) 460-7563


Nancy Gamber

(717) 534-2972





Beverly Walmer



Terry Wolfe



Donna Shutt




Lions Club


Business meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm in the East Hanover Township Building.  Dinner meetings are the fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm at the VFW.  The Lions Club sponsors/participates in various community service activities: in cooperation with Lions International.  East Hanover Lions Jonas J. Walmer Scholarship of $1,000 to one senior from each of East Hanover Dauphin and Lebanon Counties; Awards a top Elementary School Student each marking period from East Hanover Township, Dauphin County and Lebanon County.  They receive $50.00 cash.  Baseball teams from East Hanover Dauphin and Lebanon Counties; supports the East Hanover Youth Football Association; and members volunteer at the Grantville Volunteer Fire Co. carnival.  Collection boxes are placed within the community for collection of used eyeglasses/hearing aids.  Aluminum tabs, magazines, catalogues and any type of glossy paper are collected and given to the Ronald McDonald House.  Fundraisers include a 50/50 Spring Raffle, working Hershey Park, food sales to a group of square dancers in March and again at Park Day in September.  The Lions Club has available to residents the use of crutches, canes, walkers, beds and wheelchairs.  Contact a member if you are in need of any of these items.  The Lion’s Club purchases clothing for needy children.  The Lions Club is always seeking new members. 

For more information about the Club or membership, please contact an officer listed below or go to www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/ehanover.

2013 Officers:


Eileen Longreen

(717) 534-2855


Paul Sandy

(717) 865-5417


Lower Dauphin Communities That Care


Contact: Kathy Peffer

Phone: (717) 566-6096

Email: KLPeffer@comcast.net


Lower Dauphin Communities that Care (LDCTC) is a community-based non-profit organization established in 2001 to promote healthy behaviors in youth within the Lower Dauphin School District.  Our programs are designed to increase protective factors and reduce adolescent problem behaviors like substance abuse and school dropout.  Current programs include:

  • Preschool Literacy Outreach, a program providing children’s books to 1, 2, 3 and 4 year olds on their birthdays.

  • Books on Board, a bookmobile that travels to locations within the Lower Dauphin School District engaging preschoolers and their families in literacy activities.  See website at: ldsd.org/ctc for the Bookmobile Stop Schedule.

  • Big Brothers/Big Sisters, a school-based mentoring program at the middle school, high school and four elementary schools including East Hanover.

  • Strengthening Families, A 7 week evening program that helps parents and their children, grades 6-8, strengthen their relationships with each other.  Families enjoy a meal together, attend separate sessions and join together for a family activity.

  • Raising a Thinking Child, a program that teaches parents of children how to use a problem-solving approach to discipline through a series of games the parent and child play together.

  • Club Ophelia,  an after school program that helps girls, grades 3-8, develop healthy relationships and improve relationships with other girls.

  • Do The Right Thing, students in grades K-12 are nominated by teachers and adults for making the right decision.  Monthly awards are presented with suppose from local businesses.

For more information on these programs or to become a LD CTC volunteer, contact Community Director Kathy Peffer at 566-6096, or via e-mail at KLPeffer@comcast.net or visit our website at www.ldsd.org/ctc.


Lower Dauphin Soccer Association

www.ldsoccer.com or www.ldcunited.com

Contact:  Jeff Rowe

Jerowe313@aol.com or Jerowe@live.com

(717) 831-8335 or (717)566-0639


The Lower Dauphin Soccer Association provides youth soccer opportunities for children 4 years to 18 years of age with levels from beginners to premier.  For more information visit www.ldsoccer.com or www.ldcunited.com.





Jeff Rowe

VP Premier and Travel

Dave Santeusanio


Keith Walk

VP Recreational Soccer U7 to U12

Dana Schussler


Michael Schaffner

Director of Recreational Soccer U13 to U18

Dan Casey


Bob Marcavage

Coaching Director

Bill Becher


Events in 2013


Spring Warm Up Tournament for Premier Level

March 1-3, 2013


TOPSoccer for players with Disabilities

February 24 - March 24, 2013

Online Registration Open - December 1, 2012


Spring Soccer Online Registration for Recreational Teams U7 to U19

January 2013


Premier Soccer Tryouts

March 20 - May 1, 2013


Registration for Fall Soccer (All Age Groups and Levels)

April 1, 2013


TOPSoccer Camp

June 2013


Become a Volunteer Coach or Team Manager!


Lower Dauphin Warriors


The LD Warriors is a youth sports organization open to all Lower Dauphin School District residents offering both football and cheerleading to boys and girls ages 5-14.  The fundamentals of football and cheerleading will be taught, along with important lessons of teamwork, sportsmanship and self confidence.  The website is LDWarriors.org.

The Officers are:


Mark Dean

(717) 903-7639

Vice President

Tedd Kellar


Member at Large

Dawn Jonovich



Lisa McCoy



Michelle Zeiders


Member at Large

Melissa O'Brien


For questions please contact Mark Dean 717-903-7639 or sixdeans@verizon.net

Manada Conservancy   (Link to website)


Sally Zaino, Executive Director

113 E Main Street (Rear)

PO Box 25

Hummelstown, PA  17036

ph (717) 566-4122

fax (717) 566-4122 (Call First)




The Manada Conservancy is a land trust created in 1995 by residents of East Hanover Township and neighboring municipalities who are concerned about unplanned loss of land in our region to development. It is a private charitable organization.


By working with individuals, private groups, and local, county, and state agencies, the Conservancy seeks ways to help farmers keep their land in agricultural use while maintaining its financial value.


The Board of Directors is comprised of individuals representing East Hanover Township, West Hanover Township, South Hanover Township, Hummelstown, and Derry Township in Dauphin County and East Hanover Township in Lebanon County.


To receive a brochure or obtain additional information please call 566-4122 or visit the Conservancy website.



Manestreamers On Top 4-H Horse and Pony Club


Manestreamers on Top is a Dauphin County 4-H Horse and Pony Club for children ages 8 through 18.  Meetings are held at 7:00 PM on the first Friday of each month at the Township Building.  The primary project area is horses.  Horse ownership is not required.  Members include therapeutic riders.  Other 4-H projects are also worked on.


Contact Christy Kuntz at 580-4457.


One-Room Schoolhouse Alumni Association


The Gingrich School House was moved from Sand Beach Road to the East Hanover Township Park.  The school is equipped with desks, books, pictures and other items used when the school was used.  The One Room School House was closed at the end of the school year in 1953. 


The One Room School House is open to the public on special events.  It is also available by request for any group or family by calling the East Hanover Township Office or Crist L. Espenshade at 469-1099.




Secretary:  Shirley Huber

Treasurer:  Jane Freet


Donations of school pictures, old lunch kettles, old school books (history, geography, reading and arithmetic), old slates, and anything pertaining to a one-room schoolhouse and fixtures for the interior of the building are being accepted.  Contact Jane Freet at 533-8917.


Progressive Education Of Children In The Arts Network, Inc. (PECAN)


A referral system, designed to enable children interested in any type of art form to enlist the help and support of this organization to pursue activities and instruction that relate to their interest.  It is an umbrella organization serving as a conduit to bring together organizations that play a role in the development and encouragement of the arts for young people.  PECAN, Inc. will represent organizations and instructors that offer the arts to children as well as provide information about the arts that can be accessed by anyone at no cost.


Our Mission Statement:

The mission of Progressive Education of Children in the Arts Network, Inc. is to aid and support the development of all young people into confident human beings through participation in music and the arts.


Our goals:

To encourage positive development of youth through education in the arts.

To aid the public in accessing the broad range of resources in the arts available for children including those children at risk or with disabilities.

To recognize, comment and promote those individuals and organizations who are bringing the arts to young people.

To support the development of young people into magnificent human beings through participation in the perferming arts.


If you are interested in learning more about PECAN  please feel free to call 717-919-4587 or email snolt@mindspring.com.  You may also visit their website at www.pecaninc.net.  Volunteers are always needed to help with rehearsals, set up at events and clean up at events.


Veterans of Foreign Wars

Eshelman-Pankake-Wolf Post No. 9639


8926 Jonestown Road

Grantville, PA  17028

(717) 469-2195


The active men of the Post meet the fourth Thursday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the Post Home.  The Post Home can be reached at 717-469-2195.  The following Officer positions will change in June 2014.


The Post Officers for 2013-2014 are:                                



Glen Hoffer

Senior Vice Commander

Michael Stephens

Junior Vice Commander

Allen McCormack Jr


Tom Gordon


Michael Stephens


Edward Fake


Edward Fake

Service Officer

Audrey Bergstresser

Trustee 3 Year

Richard Grubb

Trustee 2 Year Cliff Kreiser
Trustee 1 Year Gary Shuler


The Post Auxiliary Officers are:



Linda Smith

Sr Vice President

Terrie Hechler

Jr Vice President

Carol Shupp


Diane Suhr


Linda Morrow


Roxanne Fake


Edith Shuler


Rosemary Deibler

Trustee 3 Year

Terrie Hechler

Trustee 2 Year


Trustee 1 Year

Pauline Smith



VFW Ladies Auxiliary


The Ladies Auxiliary meets at 7:30 PM on the third Thursday of each month at the Post Home.  The auxiliary sponsors special events which benefit veterans and the community.



Lower Dauphin Youth Girls Basketball

Open to all attending grades K thru 6, residing in East or South Hanover Townships.  The Association offers a K thru 2nd grade instructional program and for grades 3 thru 6 intramural and travel basketball.  The Association makes having fun a top priority, as well as teaching the fundamentals of basketball.  The program runs from November 1st thru February 28th.  For more information, contact Bobby Eismann at (717) 319-9082 or e-mail: beismann@makcad.com .  Check out our website at www.sandbeachbasketball.com.


The Sewing B's


The group meets the first Thursday of each month at the Township Building.  Members help others by making quilts and blankets which are given away to where they are needed.  Contact Arlene Hetrick at 469-2481 for scheduled activities.



TOPS #1435 - Take Off Pounds Sensibly


Hey! Do you want to lose weight for the summer or want to shed off those unwanted pounds?  Now is the time to do that!!!  T.O.P.S. meets most Monday mornings at 9:00 am at the East Hanover Township Building.  Weigh in time is 9:30 am.  Start now and find a NEW you in 2013!!


Fees:   $.50 cents a week and $26.00 for dues for the entire year.



Janet Espenshade

(717) 469-1099

Weight Recorder

Audrey Shuey



Peggy Drake



Irene Cobian






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