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Bird Talk on April 19th, Bird Walk on April 29th

The Jenkintown Environmental Advisory Committee will host a free talk by Ruth Pfeffer ( this Wednesday April 19 at 7 pm at Jenkintown Borough Hall 700 Summit Avenue. Learn more about how native plants create habitat and birds of the Pennypack Watershed. (This will take the place of the regular third Wednesday meeting of the JEAC). Continue reading Bird Talk on April 19th, Bird Walk on April 29th

No County for Old Meds

Jenkintown Police Department will be accepting unused or expired medications in cooperation with the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office and the Montgomery County Chiefs of Police Association on Saturday 29 April, 2017 from 10AM to 2Pm.  You can drop off the meds at 700 Summit Avenue, Jenkintown Police Department.  Thank you. Please see the flyer attached here for more information.

Jenkintown2035 Open House!

There will be an Open House at Borough Hall to learn about the themes and recommendations for the Jenkintown2035 Comprehensive Plan.  Come to the open house and vote on what you would like to prioritize for the improvements!

The Open House will take place on Wednesday March 22, 2017 from 5PM-8PM at Borough Hall.  Free refreshements will be provided and parking will be free in all lots and metered spaces beginning at 5PM.

For more information, you can view the attached flier here!


Decluttering for New Year?   Do you have old electronics that you want to recycle?  How about outgrown children’s clothing and toys that you’d like to pass on?  How about books that another reader could enjoy?  Old papers that need shredding?
Arcadia University is sponsoring a Repurposing, eWaste, and donation event from 10am to 3pm on January 16, 2017 at Murphy Hall.  There will also be a shredding truck available for paper shredding.
Donations of clothing and househole items will be directed towards organizations that welcome your generosity.  For instance, gently used children’s clothing will be given to Cradles to Crayons, who in turn, helps out shelters and area organizations.
The e-waste drive will collect anything electronic or metal with the exception of televisions or CRT monitors.

See here for the full list of items that can be donated.  Volunteers will help unload the items you bring.
And while you’re at it, why not bring a can of food to donate to local food banks?