Tonight’s Summer Music Series event scheduled on Town Square has been CANCELLED due to anticipated severe weather.
We hope to see you next week, June 3, 2014, as local favorites “Too Short Otis” welcome runners of the Sunset 5K Run with their electric rock and blues sound. Then, join us on June 10, 2014 for the retro sounds of the GTVs and FREE ICE CREAM.
As always, we’d like to thank our sponsors at Republic Services, Joyce Insurance Group, Verizon, and PECO for making this wonderful event possible. We’ll see you all summer long, Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. on the Square.
The sound of music will be wafting through the trees of Jenkintown’s beautiful Town Square this summer, with free, live music scheduled for every Tuesday night, at 7 p.m., beginning this Tuesday, May 27, 2014. With something for everyone, from retro to rock, folk and jazz, Irish to Italian, covers to originals, American to British, surfer, bluegrass, and children’s performances, Jenkintown’s Town Square will be the place to be this summer. Continue reading THE RECREATION BOARD OF JENKINTOWN PRESENTS: SUMMER MUSIC SERIES
The McKeown-Zane VFW Post No. 1711 and the Jenkintown Fire Department are pleased to present their Memorial Day Parade on Monday, May 26, 2014.
The Parade will begin in front of Jenkintown High School at 10:30 a.m. and will travel north on West Ave. to Leedom St. and east on Leedom St. to Jenkintown Borough Hall. A short ceremony will be held at Borough Hall following the parade.
Please feel free to contact Borough Hall if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you there.
Posted: May 16th, 2014 by BoroAdmin | Comments Off
Borough officials have been notified that night work has been scheduled for the Greenwood Ave. Bridge Replacement Project during the week of May 19, 2014. The purpose of this scheduled night work is to complete work over SEPTA’s facilities. The Borough will continue to notify residents if additional night work is scheduled. Please continue to monitor the project-specific website established by PennDOT for additional updates on this project. The website may be accessed HERE. Please do not hesitate to contact the Borough if you have any questions.
Rocky is progressing well and is undergoing intense rehabilitation with the working dog center at the University of Pennsylvania hospital. He has lost about twelve pounds, all of which appears to be muscle mass. The rehabilitation will be a lengthy process; however, Rocky is already showing signs of improvement. He is evaluated each training day and the current thought is that he may be strong enough to return to duty in about five weeks, as long as his progress continues at the current pace. Rocky is the first working dog to participate in this newly formed rehabilitation center at the University of Pennsylvania hospital. The center treats canines for cancer and diabetes, as well as trains canines for drug and bomb detection, as well as other disciplines.
Again, the Jenkintown Police Department is extremely grateful for all the kind support we received. His medical needs were met and satisfied. Rocky will be in our station from time to time so that he can re-acclimate himself to the work environment. He will be happy to receive visitors when he is here. We ask you call the Jenkintown Police Department at 215-884-1202 and press “2″ to speak with the Police Department Clerk to see if he is in. Thank you.