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Hebron Center Christian School will be hosting an “All You Can Eat Dinner” featuring Spaghetti & Meatballs or Chicken & Biscuits with a choice of vegetable and numerous choices of dessert…..It will be held at the Hebron Center Christian School in the gymnasium on Tuesday, April 25th, 2017……..Suggested Donations for the dinner are as follows: Seniors- $6.50, Adults and Youth 12-18- $8.00, Students Under 12- $6.00, Children 5 and under-FREE!........Family Rate-$25.00….. Time will be from 4:00-7:30 p.m. The Hebron Center Christian School students hosting this dinner will be attending the annual ACE International Student Convention at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP)……. ALL proceeds will benefit these students…………A bake sale will also be on the site.

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Dog Licenses for 2013 Now Available at County Treasurer Offices

Dog Licenses for 2013 Now Available 
at County Treasurer Offices
Harrisburg – Pennsylvanians can purchase annual dog licenses from county
treasurers beginning Dec. 1. State law requires all dogs three months and older to
be licensed by Jan. 1 each year.

“A dog license is an inexpensive way to keep peace of mind in the event your dog
gets lost,” Agriculture Secretary George Greig said. “It’s your dog’s ticket home,
and it’s the law.”

An annual license is $8.45 and a lifetime license is $51.45. If the animal is spayed
or neutered, the annual fee is $6.45 and lifetime is $31.45. Discounts are available
to older adults and people with disabilities.

A new website,, helps dog owners access a dog license
application, county treasurer contact information, Pennsylvania’s dog laws and an
online tip form.

“This new website is a resource for all your dog licensing questions,” Greig said.
“We're making it easier for you to stay in compliance with the law and provide that
extra protection for your dog.”

Licensing fees support the department’s Dog Law Enforcement Office, which is
responsible for ensuring the welfare of dogs, regulating dangerous dogs and
overseeing annual licensing and rabies vaccinations.

Owners who fail to license their dogs could face a fine of up to $300 for each
unlicensed dog.

For more information, visit or call the Dog Law
Enforcement Office at 717-787-3062.


Anonymous said...

I agree no dogs running wild or homeless. Now how about the darn cat situation????

Anonymous said...

With the right lawywer & enough money Poster 8:20, you can have that law passed.

Anonymous said...

"Oh, you have a dog? Yeah, we deserve money for that..." WTF?!?!?!