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Berks County Pennsylvania Amish-Mennonite Heritage Tour

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When: Saturday, October 7, 2017 Join this fall’s Heritage Tour of beautiful Berks County, Pa., on a chartered bus to see the same land (although quite changed at places) that Amish-Mennonite immigrants settled in the 1700s. Historic sites will be pointed out with stops made at a few old homesteads including the Nicholas Stoltzfus House, Gnaegi Mill, Yoder Cemetery, Jacob Hertzler Homeand Cemetery, Strong Jacob Yoder Homestead, Jacob Hochstetler Homestead, Hans Kurtz Home and Cemetery, and more. This tour will cover many of the early Amish-Mennonite families with an emphasis on the Gnaegi(Kanagy) families in Berks County before they movedto...

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Join Bible Teacher and Author Dr. Tom Tribelhorn

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Author Dr. Tom Tribelhorn is leading a trip to Israel with Pastor Charles Isles of Lebanon, PA. They will be leaving from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on May 5th of 2017. The itinerary of their trip is below. You can download registration form and brochure here: Registration Form Brochure Please contact http://www.tapestrytours.com/ for more information. Dr. Toms book that is published by Masthof is available here. DAY 1 - FRIDAY, MAY 5 — DEPART PENNSYLVANIA, U.S.A. God willing, we depart from convenient Harrisburg International Airport (MDT) to connect to our non-stop service to Tel Aviv, Israel. Dinner and breakfast will be served...

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Both My Sons Bus Tour

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Bus Tour of Sites mentioned in Both My Sons by Ken Yoder Reed. Join the author for a tour of many sites that are written about in this captivating historical fiction book. Hans Herr House, Harris Landing, Paxtang Presbyterian Church, Light's Fort, Lancaster Courthouse. Tour is on October 8, 2016 from 8 am to 4 pm. Tour begins at the Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society. Reserve your seat on their website today! http://www.lmhs.org/events/field-trips/ Primary Tour Guide/Ken Yoder Reed, Author of Greenywalt’s Boys: Ken Reed likes scrapple (Pannhaas) with his eggs. However, it’s not available in Silicon Valley meat markets around his...

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