Tuesday, November 27, 2012
There's still time to get in on the fun and win recognition for your holiday decorations.
Saturday's the day judges will be checking out Holiday decorations in the village of Berwyn. The Berwyn Devon Business and Professional Association is holding a holiday decoration contest for residents in the Village of Berwyn. There will be prizes awarded in eight different categories. See the pdf attached to this article for complete details. The judging will done Saturday evening starting at 5:30 p.m.. The prizes will be awarded Sunday at the Berwyn Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony which runs 5:30 a.m.-8 p.m. at the Berwyn Train Station.
Monday, November 5, 2012
The banner announcing the Berwyn Christmas Tree Lighting mysteriously disappeared within hours of being hung Friday.
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- Bob Byrne
Monday, November 5, 2012
Eagle-eyed drivers and observant Patch readers may have noticed something missing over Lancaster Avenue over the weekend. A history-making banner that was hung over Lancaster Avenue Friday morning disappered almost as quickly as it appeared. The banner made history because it is the first-ever to clear all the bureaucratic hurdles to get the ok to be hung over Lancaster Avenue in Berwyn. Now you see it, now you don't According to informed sources, there was a glitch with a piece of the rigging hardware used to hang the banner and it came down in an apparent high wind sometime around noon on Friday. There were no injuries and no traffic incidents caused when the banner came down. A banner project insider tells Patch that the hardware …
Saturday, November 3, 2012
A history-making new banner across Lancaster Ave announces the holiday season is on the the way.
Three Easttown Police officers stopped traffic for a few minutes just before 8 a.m. Friday as a little piece of Easttown history was hoisted into place above Lancaster Ave/Route 30 a few hundred feet east of the Berwyn SEPTA Station. A new banner now announces the Berwyn Christmas Tree Lighting ceremonies on Sunday, December 2 in Easttown. The event is sponsored by the Bewryn Devon Business and Professional Association. The same group is behind getting the first-ever banner strung 30 feet above the pavement. The event has been going on for several years. This was the first time any group was able to get all the aspects of stringing a banner aligned. Stacey Ballard of Eadeh Enterprises arranged for the banner to be attached to one of the …