Thursday, March 1, 2012
Dave Willauer, local food blogger, comes to you from overseas to present his latest post.
Thursday, March 1, 2012
The following blog post was submitted by Dave Willauer, who is in Israel representing the Parker Ford Church. He was unable to submit his blog on Patch, so we will send you to his Blogspot site: This blog is coming to you from Israel! I’m with a group of 23 “pilgrims” who is touring the Holy Land for two weeks. It has been a life-long dream to visit the places that I’ve studied, starting with Sunday School lessons in the primary department of Parker Ford Church. In addition to posting weekly on There’s a Dad in the Kitchen, Pastor Josh Bywerk and I will be blogging about our Israel trip. That blog can be found by clicking here: Josh and Dave’s Trip to Jerusalem. Here is this week’s TADITK post: The weather in Southeastern Pennsylvania…
Thursday, January 26, 2012
We've been handing out awards all month long after collecting YOUR votes. Here's our newest winner!
Not many people know this, but Patch was not formed to be an "online newspaper." And although it can sometimes seem as though it is, the company as a whole envisions Patch in an entirely different way. It's hard for me to remember the many things I learned in my high school years (and I'm only 25!), but I was a big history buff, especially world history. As a matter of fact, one of my favorite teachers of all time was a world history teacher at my alma mater: Delran High School in New Jersey. We learned many things, including Greek and Roman culture. I think Patch was envisioned to be the modern day Roman Forum. The Roman Forum was "local central" back in the day - a place where people gathered to socialize and discuss politics, life and …
Saturday, November 19, 2011
A monthly profile of great people in our communities!
"The Greatest Person spotlights ordinary and extraordinary people in Patch communities whose acts of courage, determination, volunteerism, and/or compassion have made a difference in their towns, and who inspire and energize others to strengthen their communities and improve lives." And what better way than to start off with a man who spent 35 years of his life enriching the lives of America's future? Dave Willauer, former Royersford Elementary School principal, is a volunteer, a blogger and even still after retiring, continues to help out within the Spring-Ford Area School District. Willauer retired last year after 10 years of elementary education and 25 years of leading the school as principal. He spent all 35 of his years in one …