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Gettysburg Times (Newspaper) - August 31, 2015, Gettysburg, PennsylvaniaVol. 113, no. 207 o Pinion who belongs Here Page a4 s submitted p photograph Hickethier getting to know. Dennis r. Hickethier age 67 lives the preserves development Gettysburg from Bloomer Wisconsin. Educated at Bloomer High school a from a Madison graduate degree from us Milwaukee. Family my Loving wife Teri son Jason and family in Texas and daughter Kristin and family in Pottstown a. Job currently president of healthy Adams bicycle pedestrian inc. As a Volunteer and member of the Cumberland township planning commission. Retired after working for three Federal agencies. Jobs Reward seeing Adams county especially Gettysburg planning and developing trails for bicycling and walking so it is safer and More convenient for residents As Well As tourists. What i hate about my Job How Long it takes to build support and find Money for something that is so Good for our communities. Very first Job was hard to remember but probably painting my parents House. Favorite food so Many its hard to choose. Something with warm gooey cheese and tasty meat and of course Wisconsin bratwurst with potato dumplings and sauerkraut. Pets closest thing is my computer but it does not give me much love hero every person who gets up each Day and works hard to take care of his her family and country and give Back to his her Community. Also my maternal Grandfather who was a German living in Poland when he immigrated in 1912. Hobbies bicycling Golf skiing Tennis and genealogy. Pet peeves people who throw trash on the ground especially out their car windows. Would they do that if they were parked in their driveway collects memories of adventures with family and friends along with lots of photos Best Friend my wife of 45 years. Would like to have witnessed what event in history assembling the statue of Liberty event that changed your life of course getting married but also moving to Germany with my family in 1978. Scariest moment when our daughter fell off Monkey bars in the fourth Grade and we thought she May have broken her neck. First memory camping on our front screened porch and listening to the local band playing music in the town Park. Trait inherited from parents being critical from my Mother not necessarily a Good thing and being Friendly from my father. Piece of advice that you live by treat everyone As you would want to be treated if you traded places. Cant say i always follow that advice. Who needs a hug we can All use one but especially kids with serious diseases and their parents. Favorite Reading author times Magazine and Dean Koontz favorite spot on Earth cruising on a Lake in Wisconsin watching Bald eagles Al y As the Sun starts to set. Website you visit most Amazon would like concert tickets to see celtic woman one bad habit i plead the 5th 3 items on your bucket list visiting Glacier National Park and the area around Lake Louise bicycling another dozen rail trails visiting South America probably Machu Pitchu five minutes with my maternal Grandfather what skill or lesson would you like to learn to play Good Golf what would people find surprising about you As a teenager i was a Champion Archer Bonneauville Battles weekend blazes times staff reports Bonneauville fire fighters acted quickly Over the weekend to protect surrounding Fields from a pair of blazes. On sunday at 3 42 p. M., fire fighters responded to a report of a fire near a barn at 825 two taverns Road. Materials were being disposed of in a Small fire on a Concrete pad but embers spread into Brush resulting in a Blaze along a Fence line Bonneauville fire chief Jerry Poland said. Neither the Fence nor the barn which was constructed of Concrete blocks and roofed with Metal received damage Poland said. Flames did reach adjoining bean and Corn Fields but fire fighters from Bonneauville and Littlest owns Alpha fire company were Able to limit the affected area to j Ohn a Rmstrong / g Gettysburg t Imes tools of the Survey living historians portraying Jeremiah Dixon at left and Charles Mason explain How the Mary Penn came to be located in both Maryland and Pennsylvania at Mason and Dixon Day at the Mary Penn bed and breakfast saturday. In 1765, Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon settled a Boundary dispute among the colonies of Pennsylvania Maryland and Delaware. On saturday they returned to what was once the Frontier populated by settlers militia French and British soldiers and native americans. Mason and Dixon returned to celebrate their work and the historic Home bisected by their own Mason Dixon line. On August 24, it was 250 years said Bea Waybright who along with her husband David owns the Mary Penn bed and breakfast. I knew i wanted to do something to celebrate. The bed and breakfasts property hosted Mason and Dixon Day on saturday. In March Waybright said the planning began for the Day Long event featuring colonial re Enactor who portrayed civilians soldiers native americans and of course Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon. Hundreds of visitors eagerly watched re Enactor skirmish crafts people create colonial items and spinners turn fleece into yarn. Many stood on line to take a tour Mason and Dixon Day celebrates historic Survey j Ohn a Rmstrong / g Gettysburg t Imes fire re Enactor skirmish during one of two Battles saturday. By Beth Kanagy times staff writer White House renames mount Mckinley As Denali by Josh Lederman associated press Washington a the Obama administration will change the name of North americans tallest Mountain Peak from mount Mckinley to Denali the White House said sunday a major symbolic gesture to Alaska natives on the eve of president Barack of amass historic visit to Alaska. By renaming the Peak Denali an Athabasca word meaning the High one Obama waded into a sensitive and decades old con Flint Between residents of Alaska and Ohio. Alaskans have informally called the Mountain Denali for years but the Federal government recognizes its name invoking the 25th president William Mckinley who was born in Ohio and assassinated Early in his second term. With our own sense of reverence for this place we Are of facially renaming the Mountain Denali in recognition of the traditions of Alaska natives and the Strong support of the people of Alaska said Interior Secretary Sally Jewell. The announcement came As Obama prepared to open a three Day visit to Alaska aimed at infusing fresh urgency into his Call to action on climate change. To the dismay of some Alaska republicans the White s ports Good hoping to make warriors Tennis great Page b1 see Denali on Page a2 see Hickethier on Page a2 see fires on Page a2 see event on Page a5 Gettysburg Pennsylvania monday August 31, 2015 wow. Gettysburg times. Com 75� fruit Market inc. We have your picnic favourites. Baked goods fruits & veggies on 1/ 2 Bushel of yellow yellow peaches buy local. 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