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BY ROBIN PHILLIPS Staff Correspondent BERNVILLE An organizational meeting to begin a new Young Farmers chapter in the Tulpehocken district was held at the Tulpehocken High School in Bernville on Oct. 1. Interest was high, as over 45 people attended the first meeting. Requested often in the past by area farmers as a source of continuing vo-ag education, the new chapter welcomes members from the Tulpehocken district, as well as the Schuylkill Valley and Hamburg districts. On hand to assist in planning the charter was Leroy Geesaman, past president of the Pa. Young Far mers; Tom Zartman, current Young Farmers president; Ronald O’Neil, PYF treasurer; Ron 5 CHECKING. PLAIN & SIMPLE. 11 NO FEES ■NO CHARGES NO MINIMUM You can't spin complicated webs on a spinning wheel Just good, straight thread, plain and simple And that’s what our checkmg with-mterest account is s’/4% interest, plain and simple Take your present checking account What are you earning on it? Nothing? 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The charter officers elected Del., Md. lifts poultry bans DOVER, Del. - The Delaware the . viru ? would s ? read to ““ Department of Agriculture has r ®B* on because of our short lifted its ban on public auctioning distance rom other infected areas of poultry in Delaware following of cooperation from the release of Virginia and Penn- ever y sector of the community we sylvnaia as avian influenza in- were able to protect our poultry, fected quarantine areas by the hesaid - _ USDA. 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New members are welcome, and anyone interested may contact one of the above officers. Also, effective immediately, restriction imposed by the Maryland Department of Agriculture on the sale of poultry at auction markets and the congregations of birds of any species are rescinded. This an nouncement was made by State Veterinarian, Dr. John C. Shook. 20 as Pennsylvania School Food Week, in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Depart ments of Agriculture and Education and the Pennsylvania School Food Service Association. “Nutritious and well balanced meals provide our children with the valuable fuel they need to meet the physical and mental challenges of each new day. It is also essential that children leam good eating habits in their formative years to prepare them for a life of good health and fitness,” the governor said during signing ceremonies in the Capitol. Following the governor’s lead in emphasizing increased nutritional awareness, the Departments of Agriculture and Education and the Pennsylvania School Food Service Association have scheduled a special kickoff ceremony for 11:30 a.m., Oct. 16 at the Northside Elementary School, 411 Walnut street, Mechanicsburg. State Education Secretary margaret A. Smith, Deputy Agriculture Secretary Michael McGovern and Robert Freiler, Regional Director, Special Nutrition Programs, USDA Mid- Atlantic Regional Of fice, and several state and local officials will be the featured guests. “The main thrust of Pennsylvania School Food Week is to en courage awareness in our schools of the vast resources of nutritious fresh and processed Pennsylvania agricult ural products available to them,” according to state Agriculture Secretary Penrose Hallowell. As part of that thrust, the Agriculture and Education Departments are conducting a series of six workshops in several sponsoring school districts during the week. Sites of those sessions include: North Penn High School, Lansdale, 2 p.m., Monday, Oct. 15; Riverside School District, Taylor, 2 p.m., Oct. 16; Williamsport High School, 1:15 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 17; Millcreek High School, Oct. 18, Erie, 10 a.m.; North Hills High School, Pittsburg, Thursday, Oct. 18 at 3 p.m.; and Hempfield School District, Lancaster, 2 p.m., Friday, Oct. 20.