SCHEDULE OF EVENTS for the 38th Triennial Old Home Week celebration

Staff Writer
Echo Pilot

Greencastle-Antrim Old Home Week

38th Triennial

August 3 to 10, 2013

Friday, Aug. 2

12 noon. – 9 p.m.

Headquarters Open

Registration, Badges & Programs, T-Shirts & Hats,

Lost & Found and General Information

Susquehanna Bank (Old Conn Bldg), Center Square

Headquarters Telephone: 717-494-6751

Bob & Jeannie Johnston, Registrars

5 – 8 p.m.

Gallery 7 – Greencastle Area Arts Council

107 E. Baltimore St.

Gallery will highlight work of area artists

John Gamble, Chair

Saturday, Aug. 3

8 a.m.

29th Annual Fred Kaley Memorial 5K

Run-Walk + 1K Kids’ Race

Participants start and finish at Kaley Field at Greencastle-

Antrim High School.

Registration begins at 7 a.m.; 1K Kids race begins at

8 a.m., 5K Run begins at 8:30 a.m.

Sponsored by Greencastle-Antrim Old Home Week

Association & Greencastle Flyers Club

Rich Secrest, Race Director (717-360-7557)

(email: greencastleflyers@gmail.com)

(other info available at: www.greencastleflyers.org)

Tom Stine and Rich Secrest, Co-Chairs

9 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Headquarters Open

Registration, Badges & Programs, T-Shirts & Hats

Lost & Found and General Information

Susquehanna Bank (Old Conn Bldg), Center Square

Headquarters Telephone: 717-494-6751

Bob & Jeannie Johnston, Registrars

9 a.m.

Window Display Judging

First and Second place winners in each of the following

categories – History, War, Household Items, Toys and

Games, Education, and Transportation – as well as one

overall winner.

Bill Gour, Chair

11:30 a.m.

Official Opening of the 38th Triennial Old Home Week

On the Square (In case of rain-Rescue Hose Co. Special

Events Center, 407 S. Washington St.)

Invocation and Benediction by The Rev. Stacy Crawford,

Pastor, First United Methodist Church, Greencastle

Guest Speaker: Mr. Kirby E. Warren, Retired Sales

Representative for Western Ohio for Jostens. Graduate

of Greencastle-Antrim High School Class of 1963,

current resident of Piqua, Ohio

Special Music: Dave Reeder and Trevor Timmons

Wayne Warren, Chair

12 noon – 4 p.m.

Gallery 7 – Greencastle Area Arts Council

107 E. Baltimore St.

Gallery will highlight work of area artists

John Gamble, Chair

12 noon – 8 p.m.

Free Photo Booth at the Echo Pilot

29 Center Square

Have a free photo taken with your family and/or friends

from near and far with props offering the homecoming

flavor of Old Home Week. ***Must have voucher for

photo. Vouchers available by registering at Old Home

Week Headquarters.

Kristy Yaukey, Chair

12 noon – 9 p.m.

Greencastle Sportsman Association’s Annual Ox Roast

3260 Sportsman Road

Mike Hammond, Chair

1 – 4 p.m.

Allison-Antrim Museum & 1860s German Bank Barn

365 S. Ridge Ave.

(air conditioned w/ADA accessible bathrooms)

Open house and self-guided tours.

Special Exhibits: In commemoration of the 150th

anniversary of the Gettysburg Campaign: A-A Museum’s

Civil War Collection, the never-before-publicly seen

Civil War items from the collection of the Greencastle

American Legion Post 373; a unique collection of

Confederate paper script from the collection of Virginia

“Ginny” Burr Gruszka; Civil War artifacts (bullets, poker

pieces, checker & chess pieces, coins, buckles, etc.) found

in Antrim Township from the collection of Mike Burger;

from Besore Library – Confederate Civil War reunion

ribbons and badges collected by William Snyder (Co K,

126th PA Vol. Inf.) who moved to Birmingham, AL; and

the late Katty Grosh’s collection of Old Home Week

ribbons and programs.

1 – 2 p.m. – Book Signing by Ron Powers,

author of “One Man in Ten Million – One Man’s Story of

Serving in the 104th Infantry Regiment” during WWII (in

air-conditioned barn)

Bonnie Shockey, Chair

1:30 p.m. (launch Conococheague Creek near Route 16 bridge)

4:30 p.m. (arrive at Martin’s Mill Bridge Park area)

2nd Annual “Float the Jig” for Brandi Kaye

This is a memorial float for Brandi Kaye (Rockwell) Peli,

who passed away August of 2011. She was a graduate

of the GAHS Class of 2006 and worked as a nurse in

Texas at the time of her passing. Brandi was a friend to

all wildlife and nature, and enjoyed this unique summer

activity many times. Come join us for fun and memories!

Bring some snacks, drinks, raft, canoe, kayak, inner tube, or

whatever “floats your boat!”

Participants assume all responsibility and supply all

necessary items.

Joyce F. Nowell and Sarah Signore, Co-Chairs

2 – 5 p.m.

Music on the Square

High Road Easy (New & Classic Rock)

2 – 7 p.m.

Motorcycle Show

Center Square

Registration ($10 per cycle)

Judging from 3 – 5 p.m. by public ballot

Best of show will be judged by committee

Awards at 6 p.m.

Cash prizes for 1st place in categories

Mary Bock, Chair

5 p.m.

Worship Service at Evangelical Lutheran Church

130 N. Washington St.

Informal worship service with Holy Communion in

sanctuary; casual dress; entrance off Madison Street,

handicapped accessible.

6 – 9 p.m.

Live Music on the Patio at

Highline Restaurant and Railway Lounge

101 W. Baltimore St.

Music by: Annie Seger and Chris Palladino

7 – 8 p.m.

Concert in the Park

Mercersburg Community Band

Jerome R. King Playground Band Shell

North Carlisle Street

(In case of rain – Greencastle-Antrim Middle School

Cafeteria/Auditorium. 370 S. Ridge Ave.)

8 – 11 p.m.

Music on the Square

The Deep Friars (Americana)

Sunday, Aug. 4

***AREA CHURCH SERVICES**

Evangelical Lutheran Church

130 N. Washington St.

10:45 a.m. Worship with Holy Communion and special

music; speaker Pastor Emeritus Donald M. Bohn;

fellowship following in Memorial Fellowship Hall;

handicapped accessible.

First United Methodist Church

45 N. Washington St.

8:30 a.m. Traditional Worship Service

10 a.m. Fellowship and Light Refreshments

11 a.m. Praise and Worship Service with

Pastor Stacy A. Crawford

Grace United Church of Christ

128 E. Baltimore St.

10:35 a.m. Worship Service

Guest Speaker / Guest Soloist

Luncheon to follow church service, silent auction featuring

cane carved by Charles Myers

Robert L. Gearhart & Christopher L. Brown, Co-Chairs

Greencastle Church of the Brethren

36 S. Carlisle St.

10:30 a.m. service – Mr. Gerald Snyder, Guest Speaker

Luncheon to follow

Greencastle Presbyterian Church

57 W. Baltimore St.

10 a.m. Worship Service.

Guest speaker - Rev. Myrtle McCall assisted by

Rev. Dr. Steven R. Fleming

Service followed by lemonade on the lawn

Debbie Wine, Chair

Otterbein United Brethren Church

146 E. Leitersburg St.

Rev. David S. Rawley

12 noon – 1 a.m. (Monday)

Headquarters Open

Registration, Badges & Programs, T-Shirts & Hats

Lost & Found and General Information

Susquehanna Bank (Old Conn Bldg), Center Square

Headquarters Telephone: 717-494-6751

Bob & Jeannie Johnston, Registrars

12 noon - 4 p.m.

Antique Car Show

Center Square & North Carlisle Street

Registration begins at 10 a.m. - all 1983 and earlier cars

and trucks are welcome with FREE registration.

(Rain Date - Wednesday, Aug. 7 from 4 - 7 p.m.

Registration starts at 2 p.m.)

Andy Everetts, Chair

12 noon – 4 p.m.

Gallery 7 – Greencastle Area Arts Council

107 E. Baltimore St.

An opening reception will be held to meet the artists

Gallery will highlight work of area artists

John Gamble, Chair

1 – 4 p.m.

Allison-Antrim Museum and 1860s German Bank Barn

365 S. Ridge Ave.

(air conditioned w/ADA accessible bathrooms)

Open house and self-guided tours.

Special Exhibits: In commemoration of the 150th

anniversary of the Gettysburg Campaign: A-A Museum’s

Civil War Collection, the never-before-publicly seen

Civil War items from the collection of the Greencastle

American Legion Post 373; a unique collection of

Confederate paper script from the collection of Virginia

“Ginny” Burr Gruszka; Civil War artifacts (bullets, poker

pieces, checker & chess pieces, coins, buckles, etc.) found

in Antrim Township from the collection of Mike Burger;

from Besore Library – Confederate Civil War reunion

ribbons and badges collected by William Snyder (Co K,

126th PA Vol. Inf.) who moved to Birmingham, AL; and

the late Katty Grosh’s collection of Old Home Week

ribbons and programs. **Meet the museum directors.

1 – 2 p.m. – Book Signing by Ron Powers,

author of “One Man in Ten Million – One Man’s Story of

Serving in the 104th Infantry Regiment” during WWII (in

air-conditioned barn)

Bonnie Shockey, Chair

1 – 4 p.m.

Open House at the Park

Antrim Township Community Park

This event is a ‘fun’ event for everyone featuring games,

displays and demonstrations – includes kids games, a

formal flag retirement, displays by artists, scouts, Penn

State Cooperative Extension, disc golf demo and more!

This is a free event for the community and is intended to

highlight the Park. Please pack your picnic lunch or snack and enjoy!

1 – 4 p.m.

Rhodes Grove Camp Reunion

7693 Browns Mill Road, Chambersburg

Rhodes Grove invites any and all summer camp staff alumni

and past campers to join us for a time of laughter and

fun as we reminisce and celebrate the memories and fun

of summers past. Connect with cabin mates and fellow

counselors. Tour the grounds and see what is new and

“old” for Rhodes Grove. Providing camp experiences

since 1917. Who do you think you will see here?

Angela Monn, Chair

2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Concert in the Park

Greencastle-Antrim Alumni Band & Friends

Jerome R. King Playground Band Shell

North Carlisle Street

(In case of rain – Evangelical Lutheran Church Memorial

Fellowship Hall, 130 N. Washington St.)

Candy Mowen and Brock Bricker, Co-Chairs

3 – 6 p.m.

Waynesboro Model Railroad Club Open House

3291 Waynecastle Road, Zullinger

Open house tour of model trains in four model railroads

John Chillas, Club President, Chair

5:00 p.m.

Greencastle Rescue Hose

842 S. Washington St.

Past and present members picnic

Rescue Hose, Auxiliary, Fire & EMS Members

5 and 7:45 p.m. (Two performances)

(Prelude 4:45 and 7:30 p.m.)

Cantata – “The Torch is Passed”

Greencastle-Antrim High School Auditorium

300 S. Ridge Ave.

A Community Worship Service including adult choir, youth

choir and orchestra. Each performance will include a

tribute to Mr. Richard Besecker, who went home to

be with the Lord on November 16, 2010 and was the

Director of the Cantata from 1989-2004.

Mandy Stottlemyer, Chair

6 – 10 p.m.

Free Photo Booth at the Echo Pilot

29 Center Square

Have a free photo taken with your family and/or friends

from near and far with props offering the homecoming

flavor of Old Home Week. ***Must have voucher for

photo. Vouchers available by registering at Old Home

Week Headquarters.

Kristy Yaukey, Chair

7 – 8 p.m.

Concert in the Park

New Horizon Band

Jerome R. King Playground Band Shell

North Carlisle Street

(In case of rain – Greencastle-Antrim Middle School

Cafeteria/Auditorium. 370 S. Ridge Ave.)

7 – 10 p.m.

Music on the Square

Cazhmiere (Party and Dance Music)

10 p.m. – 1 a.m. (Monday)+

“UNOFFICIAL” Opening

Center Square (No matter what the weather brings,

the event will be held).

Traditional official/unofficial opening. Biggest sing-a-long

of Old Home Week. Greencastle-Antrim

Alumni Band. Trevor Timmons as piano accompanist.

Russ Clever and Vernon McCauley, Co-Chairs

Monday, Aug. 5

9 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Headquarters Open

Registration, Badges & Programs, T-Shirts & Hats

Lost & Found and General Information

Susquehanna Bank (Old Conn Bldg), Center Square

Headquarters Telephone: 717-494-6751

Bob & Jeannie Johnston, Registrars

9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

The Gallery of History

Susquehanna Bank • Center Square

Mark Twain Noe historical paintings of the Greencastle-

Antrim area will be displayed.

Cindy Marconi, Chair.

10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Free Photo Booth at the Echo Pilot

29 E. Center Square

Have a free photo taken with your family and/or friends

from near and far with props offering the homecoming

flavor of Old Home Week. ***Must have voucher for

photo. Vouchers available by registering at Old Home

Week Headquarters.

Kristy Yaukey, Chair

10:30 – 11:30 a.m.

“Good Morning, Greencastle”

Otterbein United Brethren Church Fellowship Hall

146 E. Leitersburg St.

Power Point of area barns/trees, skit, men’s quartet, solos,

door prizes, refreshments.

Babysitting for ages 2 and under

Otterbein Women’s Missionary Fellowship, Chair

12 noon

Joint Civic Clubs Luncheon Meeting

Casey’s Restaurant and Lounge • 155 S. Antrim Way

Luncheon with remarks to be given by Carol Christophel,

President of the 2013 Old Home Week Event

Robert L. Gearhart, Chair

12 noon – 4 p.m.

Gallery 7 – Greencastle Area Arts Council

107 E. Baltimore St.

Gallery will highlight work of area artists

John Gamble, Chair

1 p.m.

Town & Township Tour

A Bus Tour of Community Points of Interest

*OHW BADGE REQUIRED*

Space is limited. Seating will be on a first come-first served

basis. Buses will begin loading at 12:40 p.m. and leave

promptly at 1 p.m. from the front of Greencastle-

Antrim Elementary School located at 500 E. Leitersburg

Street (parking available), and return to the school at

approximately 4 p.m.

Areas visited: Enoch Brown Park, Graphics Universal,

Rhodes Grove Campground, Hurley’s Auction, Highline

Train Station, Corporal Rihl Monument (drive by).

*NOTE* Children under 15 years of age MUST be

accompanied by a responsible adult.

Bottled water sponsored by Ted Mercado State Farm Ins.

Greg and Robin Rock, Co-Chairs

1 – 3 p.m.

“Reminiscing”

Evangelical Lutheran Church, 130 N. Washington St.

(ADA accessible and air conditioned)

1 p.m. “September 11 in DC” – Ryan Gochenhauer

(Lt. in the DC Fire & EMS Department), Ray Stull (3rd

Infantry Division at Fort Myer on 9/11) (In Social Room)

1:00 p.m. “An Immigrant’s American Dream” – Gunter

Schanzenbacher (In Sanctuary)

2 p.m. “Attended Washington Street Schools” – Anyone

is welcome to share their memories. Open microphone

(5 mins/person) (In Social Room)

2 p.m. “Growing Up in the Northeast Part of Town” –

Jody Edwards Karantonis & Les Edwards, Jack, Jim and

Tim Evans (In Sanctuary)

Sponsored by Allison-Antrim Museum.

Bonnie & Ken Shockey, Co-Chairs

1 – 4 p.m.

Allison-Antrim Museum and 1860s German Bank Barn

365 S. Ridge Ave.

(air conditioned w/ADA accessible bathrooms)

Open house and self-guided tours.

Special Exhibits: In commemoration of the 150th

anniversary of the Gettysburg Campaign: A-A Museum’s

Civil War Collection, the never-before-publicly seen Civil War items from the collection of the Greencastle

American Legion Post 373; a unique collection of

Confederate paper script from the collection of Virginia

“Ginny” Burr Gruszka; Civil War artifacts (bullets, poker

pieces, checker & chess pieces, coins, buckles, etc.) found

in Antrim Township from the collection of Mike Burger;

from Besore Library – Confederate Civil War reunion

ribbons and badges collected by William Snyder (Co K,

126th PA Vol. Inf.) who moved to Birmingham, AL; and

the late Katty Grosh’s collection of Old Home Week

ribbons and programs.

1 – 2 p.m. – Book Signing by Ron Powers,

author of “One Man in Ten Million – One Man’s Story of

Serving in the 104th Infantry Regiment” during WWII (in

air-conditioned barn)

Bonnie Shockey, Chair

1 – 8 p.m.

Flower Show – “Reminiscing with Love”

*OHW BADGE REQUIRED (available at door)*

First United Methodist Church, Family Life Center

45 N. Washington St.

Sponsored by Greencastle-Antrim Lioness Club

Lorraine (Dolly) Shoemaker, Shirley Freeman, Co-Chairs

5 – 6 p.m. (meal at 6 p.m.)

Brown’s Mill School Reunion

5 p.m. Social Hour

6 p.m. Meal

Kauffman Community Center

7289 Ruritan Drive, Chambersburg

Reunion for students, teachers and friends of Brown’s Mill

School. Open to anyone wishing to attend.

Delores Shindle, Chair

6 p.m.

TLC’s Family Fun Night

35 N. Carlisle Street (old Citizen’s Bank building)

Come enjoy a family carnival with games like miniature golf,

lasso golf, and other games culminating with an outdoor

movie showing.

Activities start at 6 p.m. • Movie starts at dusk

Justin Nowell, Chair

7 – 8 p.m.

Concert in the Park

Die Shippensburg Blaskapelle German Band

Jerome R. King Playground Band Shell

North Carlisle Street

(In case of rain – Greencastle-Antrim Middle School

Cafeteria/Auditorium, 370 S. Ridge Ave.)

8 - 11 p.m.

Adult Dance featuring

“Dennis Hoke – Back to Back”

*OHW BADGE REQUIRED (available at door)*

Light refreshments provided

Rescue Hose Co. Special Events Center

407 S. Washington St.

Nancy Stine and Jane Everetts, Co-Chairs

8 – 11 p.m.

Music on the Square

Jeff and Wendy Key (Music from the Beach)

Sponsored by Susquehanna Bank

Tuesday, Aug. 6

9 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Headquarters Open

Registration, Badges & Programs, T-Shirts & Hats

Lost & Found and General Information

Susquehanna Bank (Old Conn Bldg), Center Square

Headquarters Telephone: 717-494-6751

Bob & Jeannie Johnston, Registrars

9 a.m. – 12 noon

Open House – Tayamentasachta

500 E. Leitersburg St.

The 19th century farmhouse and barn will be open for

visitors to walk through. The spring house (blacksmith

shop), log cabin, and classroom building will all be open

during these hours for visitors to have a look as well.

9 a.m. – 12 noon

Fred C. Kaley Indoor Circus Public Review

Otterbein United Brethren Church Multipurpose Room

146 E. Leitersburg St.

Reminiscing about the circus. For anyone to come and see

some pictures and memorabilia about the circus. No

badge necessary.

Janice Bartles, Chair

9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Flower Show – “Reminiscing with Flowers”

*OHW BADGE REQUIRED (available at door)*

First United Methodist Church, Family Life Center

45 N. Washington St.

Sponsored by Greencastle-Antrim Lioness Club

Lorraine “Dolly” Shoemaker, Shirley Freeman, Co-Chairs

9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

The Gallery of History

Susquehanna Bank

Center Square

Mark Twain Noe historical paintings of the Greencastle-

Antrim area will be displayed.

Cindy Marconi, Chair

10:00 a.m.-12:00 noon

“Reminiscing”

Evangelical Lutheran Church, 130 N. Washington St.

(ADA accessible and air conditioned)

10 a.m. “Growing Up in 1930s-40s – Graduated in Late

1940s” – Marie Louise Gingrich, Annabelle Henry, Jack

Phillippy, Janet Williams (In Social Room)

10 a.m. “1960’s Generation: Growing Up in Antrim

Township” – Fred Davison, Cindy H. Myers, Bonnie H.

Shockey, Rita W. Beck, Betty W. Jackson, Bob Whitmore

(In Sanctuary)

11:00 a.m. “Growing Up in 1940s-50s – Graduated in Late

1950s” – Bobbie Overcash Miller, Doris Pensinger Wells,

Barb Myers Ezolt, Kay Hoover Button (In Social Room)

11:00 a.m. “Greenpoint” – Gladys & Leroy McCrae, Bill

Beck, Robert Clark, Frank Ervin, Dick Grosh, Ted Henson

(In Sanctuary)

Sponsored by Allison-Antrim Museum

Bonnie & Ken Shockey, Co-Chairs

10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Free Photo Booth at the Echo Pilot

29 Center Square

Have a free photo taken with your family and/or friends

from near and far with props offering the homecoming

flavor of Old Home Week. ***Must have voucher for

photo. Vouchers available by registering at Old Home

Week Headquarters.

Kristy Yaukey, Chair

11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Corning Credit Union Picnic

677 S. Antrim Way

Have lunch on the Credit Union. Stop by and see your

friends at Corning Credit Union.

Misty Stenger, Sarah Brechbuehl, Co-Chairs

12 noon – 4 p.m.

Gallery 7 – Greencastle Area Arts Council

107 E. Baltimore St.

Gallery will highlight work of area artists

John Gamble, Chair

1 p.m.

Greencastle-Antrim Loyal Daughters

First Assembly of God Church • 525 E. Leitersburg St.

1 p.m. Registration, Social time, and Displays

2 p.m. Program: “A Visit with Mamie” –

Refreshments to follow

Registration: $4 donation

Barbara Nicarry, President

1 p.m.

Town & Township Tour

A Bus Tour of Community Points of Interest

*OHW BADGE REQUIRED*

Space is limited. Seating will be on a first come-first served

basis. Buses will begin loading at 12:40 p.m. and leave

promptly at 1 p.m. from the front of Greencastle-

Antrim Elementary School located at 500 E. Leitersburg

Street (parking available), and return to the School at

approximately 4 p.m.

Areas visited: Enoch Brown Park, Graphics Universal,

Rhodes Grove Campground, Hurleys Auction, Highline

Train Station, Corporal Rihl Monument (drive by).

*NOTE* Children under 15 years of age MUST be

accompanied by a responsible adult.

Bottled water sponsored by Ted Mercado State Farm Ins.

Greg and Robin Rock, Co-Chairs

1 – 3 p.m.

Tutti Fruity Tuesday

F&M Trust • 518 N. Antrim Way

Enjoy refreshing Tutti-Fruity ice cream

Lisa Cesa, Chair

1 – 4 p.m.

Allison-Antrim Museum and 1860s German Bank Barn

365 S. Ridge Ave.

(air conditioned w/ADA accessible bathrooms)

Open house and self-guided tours.

Special Exhibits: In commemoration of the 150th

anniversary of the Gettysburg Campaign: A-A Museum’s

Civil War Collection, the never-before-publicly seen

Civil War items from the collection of the Greencastle

American Legion Post 373; a unique collection of

Confederate paper script from the collection of Virginia

“Ginny” Burr Gruszka; Civil War artifacts (bullets, poker

pieces, checker & chess pieces, coins, buckles, etc.) found

in Antrim Township from the collection of Mike Burger;

from Besore Library – Confederate Civil War reunion

ribbons and badges collected by William Snyder (Co K,

126th PA Vol. Inf.) who moved to Birmingham, AL; and

the late Katty Grosh’s collection of Old Home Week

ribbons and programs.

1 – 2 p.m. – Book Signing by Ron Powers,

author of “One Man in Ten Million – One Man’s Story of

Serving in the 104th Infantry Regiment” during WWII (in

air-conditioned barn)

Bonnie Shockey, Chair

3 – 4 p.m.

Afternoon tea with light refreshments in the courtyard at

the Highline Restaurant.

Highline Restaurant and Railway Lounge

101 W. Baltimore St.

5 – 7 p.m.

Spaghetti & Salad Meal (prior to the Pageant)

GA High School Cafeteria

300 S. Ridge Ave.

Why cook tonight? Come and enjoy a Spaghetti and

Salad meal before the pageant. Prepared, served, and

sponsored by the Cub & Boy Scouting units of Shady

Grove. Please come and enjoy for a reasonable cost!

Nate Bacon, Chair

6 – 9 p.m.

Waynesboro Model Railroad Club Open House

Open house tour of model trains in four model railroads

3291 Waynecastle Road, Zullinger, PA. (Just off of PA

Rt. 16 in Waynecastle)

John Chillas, Club President, Chair

6:45 p.m.

Old Home Week Pageant – “SEEMS LIKE OLD TIMES”

*OHW BADGE REQUIRED (available at door)*

Historical play featuring scenes from Greencastle’s past;

the years 1910 to 1963.

6:45 p.m. – Band overture directed by David J. McCandless.

7:30 p.m. – G-A High School Auditorium

300 S. Ridge Ave.

Dody Clever and Sharon Baumbaugh, Co-Chairs,

with Dave Besecker and Pat Beard

7 – 8 p.m.

Concert in the Park

Mason-Dixon Barber Shop Chorus

Jerome R. King Playground Band Shell

North Carlisle Street

(In case of rain – Greencastle-Antrim Middle School

Cafeteria/Auditorium. 370 S. Ridge Ave.)

8:30 – 11 p.m.

Music on the Square

Teen Dance (DJ)

Sponsored by Susquehanna Bank

Wednesday, Aug. 7

9 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Headquarters Open

Registration, Badges & Programs, T-Shirts & Hats

Lost & Found and General Information

Susquehanna Bank (Old Conn Bldg), Center Square

Headquarters Telephone: 717-494-6751

Bob & Jeannie Johnston, Registrars

9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

The Gallery of History

Susquehanna Bank • Center Square

Mark Twain Noe historical paintings of the Greencastle-

Antrim area will be displayed.

Cindy Marconi, Chair

9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Farmers Union Co-op

75th Anniversary Celebration

Big yard beside Farmers Union Co-Op

30 E. Walter Ave.

20 Antique tractors, two inflatable slides for children, large

tent with displays of pet and animal feeds, Ralph’s

Chicken for our customers.

Dave Forrester, Chair

10 a.m. & 2 p.m.

Downtown Walking Tour

Starting point will be in front of Old Home Week

Headquarters. Walking tour of several historical

locations within the downtown district. There will be a

guide located at each stop to provide a brief historical

background on the location. There will be two tours, first

one departing at 10 a.m. and second at 2 p.m. The

walking tour is new to the Old Home Week Celebration

this year and will only be offered on Wednesday. (Will be

held rain or shine.)

Jan Shafer, Dodie Bingaman, Co-Chairs

10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Free Photo Booth at the Echo Pilot

29 Center Square

Have a free photo taken with your family and/or friends

from near and far with props offering the homecoming

flavor of Old Home Week. ***Must have voucher for

photo. Vouchers available by registering at Old Home

Week Headquarters.

Kristy Yaukey, Chair

11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

VFW Post 6319 Cookout

Post Home • 408 S. Washington St.

Free hamburgers/hotdogs/chips along with free ice cream

by Antietam Dairy, courtesy of the Ladies Auxiliary.

Requesting participants/attendees to bring a nonperishable

food or toiletry item for local food pantry.

Dale Sheller, Patricia Meyers, Co-Chairs

11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

As American as Apple Pie

Orrstown Bank • 308 Carolle Street

Various activities related to baseball theme and all-

American hometown. Activities for kids including photo

booth, giant blow up slide, spin art, visit by Hagerstown

Suns players, and a pie eating contest featuring local

celebrities.

Rachel Grimm, Chair

11:30 a.m.

Official Old Home Week Picture (Group)

On The Square (Held Rain or Shine)

Order pictures in front of Susquehanna Bank on the square

beginning at 10:30 a.m. (color photograph @ $25 per

print)

Frank Klink, Chair

11:45 a.m. (After Official Old Home Week Picture).

Ice Cream Social

Greencastle Presbyterian Church • 57 W. Baltimore St.

Join us on the lawn of Greencastle Presbyterian Church for

an Ice Cream Social immediately following the Photo on

the Square.

Chelsea Kingsley, Chair

12 noon – 4 p.m.

Gallery 7 – Greencastle Area Arts Council

107 E. Baltimore St.

Gallery will highlight work of area artists

John Gamble, Chair

1-3 p.m.

“Reminiscing”

Evangelical Lutheran Church, 130 N. Washington Street

1 p.m. “Wednesday Hardees Breakfast Club” (In Social

Room)

1 p.m. “Growing Up in the McLaughlin Hotel” –

Jim Craig, Jr. (In Sanctuary)

2 p.m. “WWII Veterans” – Clem Leone, Robert Overly,

John Kinney (In Social Room)

2 p.m. “Midget Football League in Greencastle-Antrim” –

Norm Blubaugh, John McDowell, Vic Moon, Joe Szaflarski

(In Sanctuary)

Sponsored by Allison-Antrim Museum

Bonnie & Ken Shockey, Co-Chairs

1 – 4 p.m.

Allison-Antrim Museum & 1860s German Bank Barn

365 S. Ridge Ave.

(air conditioned w/ADA accessible bathrooms)

Open house and self-guided tours.

Special Exhibits: In commemoration of the 150th

anniversary of the Gettysburg Campaign: A-A Museum’s

Civil War Collection, the never-before-publicly seen

Civil War items from the collection of the Greencastle

American Legion Post 373; a unique collection of

Confederate paper script from the collection of Virginia

“Ginny” Burr Gruszka; Civil War artifacts (bullets, poker

pieces, checker & chess pieces, coins, buckles, etc.) found

in Antrim Township from the collection of Mike Burger;

from Besore Library – Confederate Civil War reunion

ribbons and badges collected by William Snyder (Co K,

126th PA Vol. Inf.) who moved to Birmingham, AL; and

the late Katty Grosh’s collection of Old Home Week

ribbons and programs.

1 – 2 p.m. – Book Signing by Ron Powers,

author of “One Man in Ten Million – One Man’s Story of

Serving in the 104th Infantry Regiment” during WWII (in

air-conditioned barn)

3 p.m. – Ted Alexander – When War Passed this Way:

Part I (in the barn, air-conditioned)

Bonnie Shockey, Chair

1 p.m. (through end of bike race)

Bicycle Registration

by Greencastle Police Department

North Carlisle Street at James P. Oliver Memorial Bike Race

Bicycle registration is open to residents of Greencastle

Boro and Antrim Township

If you cannot make it at this time to register your bicycle,

you can contact the Police Department at a later time to

complete this – 717-597-9506 Ext. 202.

Nicole Bowser, Chair

1:30 p.m. – 1-1/2 hours

James P. Oliver Memorial Bicycle Races

(Time trial – This is a fun race for all)

First block of N. Carlisle Street

Toddlers: 5 to 7 years of age at 1:30 p.m.

Ages 8 “and up” immediately following

PRE-REGISTRATION AND PARENTAL PERMISSION

REQUIRED!

(Use James P. Oliver Race form in back of program)

*Safety check before race* **HELMETS REQUIRED FOR

ALL PARTICIPANTS**

Rain date: TBA

Andrew Barbuzanes, Chair

4:30 p.m.

Old Timer Baseball Game

Barkdoll Field, Jerome R. King Playground

This “Ol’ Boys” Baseball Game will bring back memories of

the games played in years gone by at the Barkdoll Field.

All of the players will be 35 years or older.

Sponsored by Susquehanna Bank

Cindy Marconi, Chair

5  – 7 p.m.

Spaghetti & Salad Meal (prior to the Pageant)

GA High School Cafeteria • 300 S. Ridge Ave.

Why cook tonight? Come and enjoy a Spaghetti and

Salad meal before the pageant. Prepared, served, and

sponsored by the Cub & Boy Scouting units of Shady

Grove. Please come and enjoy for a reasonable cost!

Nate Bacon, Chair

6 – 8 p.m.

Mount Pisgah Lodge #443 Free and Accepted

Masons of Pennsylvania Open House

Open house for all to attend

Susquehanna Bank building, 3rd Floor

(Must walk up three flights of stairs)

Robert Brindle, Chair

6 – 8 p.m.

Beer tasting featuring Dogfish Head brewery in the Railway

Lounge at the Highline Restaurant

Highline Restaurant and Railway Lounge

101 W. Baltimore St.

6 – 9 p.m.

VFW Post 6319 “Cruise-In”

Rescue Hose Co. Special Events Center Parking Lot

407 S. Washington St.

Free hot dogs and sodas for participants. First 50

participants will receive dash plaques. Oldies music by DJ.

Ronnie Shafer, Chair

6:45 p.m.

Old Home Week Pageant – “SEEMS LIKE OLD TIMES”

*OHW BADGE REQUIRED (available at door)*

Historical play featuring scenes from Greencastle’s past;

the years 1910-1963.

6:45 p.m. – Band overture directed by David J. McCandless.

7:30 p.m. – G-A High School Auditorium

300 S. Ridge Ave.

Dody Clever and Sharon Baumbaugh, Co-Chairs,

with Dave Besecker and Pat Beard

7 – 8 p.m.

Concert in the Park

Shippensburg Swing Band

Jerome R. King Playground Band Shell

North Carlisle Street

(In case of rain – Greencastle-Antrim Middle School

Cafeteria/Auditorium. 370 S. Ridge Ave.)

8 – 11 p.m.

Music on the Square

Moondog Medicine Show (Blues)

Sponsored by Susquehanna Bank

8 p.m. – Close

Alumni Nite

Greencastle VFW • 408 S. Washington St.

Anyone who is a Greencastle Alumni – There will be a DJ

and all guests must be signed in.

Mike Wood, Chair

Thursday, Aug. 8

9 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Headquarters Open

Registration, Badges & Programs, T-Shirts & Hats

Lost & Found and General Information

Susquehanna Bank (Old Conn Bldg), Center Square

Headquarters Telephone: 717-494-6751

Bob & Jeannie Johnston, Registrars

9 a.m. – 12 noon

Open House – Tayamentasachta

500 E. Leitersburg St.

The 19th century farmhouse and barn will be open for

visitors to walk through. The spring house (blacksmith

shop), log cabin, and classroom building will all be open

during these hours for visitors to have a look as well.

9 a.m. – 12 noon

Garden Tour by Garden Smiths

262 N. Carlisle St.

Garden Smith’s display garden will be open for public tour.

Free wildflower seeds while supplies last.

Nancy Smith, Kyle Smith, Co-Chairs

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Antique Tractor, Farm Machinery and Steam Engine Display

South-half Square and Susquehanna Bank parking lot for

overflow

Antique tractors and farm equipment

Rollie Anderson, Chair

9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

The Gallery of History

Susquehanna Bank • Center Square

Mark Twain Noe historical paintings of the Greencastle-

Antrim area will be displayed.

Cindy Marconi, Chair

10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

“Fun” Dog Show

Jerome R. King Playground - Citizens Pavilion area

(North end of Park) - Please bring your chair.

North Carlisle Street

Area dogs “competing” for awards in 10 categories, such as

best costume, best kisser, and best trick.

PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED

(Rain Date Friday, Aug. 9, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.)

Cora Crider, Chair (717-597-7237)

10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Free Photo Booth at the Echo Pilot

29 Center Square

Have a free photo taken with your family and/or friends

from near and far with props offering the homecoming

flavor of Old Home Week. ***Must have voucher for

photo. Vouchers available by registering at Old Home

Week Headquarters.

Kristy Yaukey, Chair

10 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Homemade Quilt Display

Evangelical Lutheran Church

130 N. Washington St. (use door on parking lot side)

Quilts will be sent to Lutheran World Relief in

September 2013.

Joanne Eberly, Chair

11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Root Beer Float Giveaway

On the square outside of Susquehanna Bank

Serving the best root beer floats in town, and they’re free!

Sharon Krantz, Cindy Marconi, Co-Chairs

12 noon

9-Hole Golf Outing (Open to the public)

Greencastle Golf Club • 2000 Castlegreen Drive

12 noon BBQ Lunch

1 p.m. – 9-hole shotgun

Prizes and awards ceremony to follow

$33/golfer includes BBQ lunch, range balls, golf and prizes.

Please call to reserve your spot.

717-597-1188 or www.GreencastleGolf.com

12 noon – 4 p.m.

Gallery 7 – Greencastle Area Arts Council

107 E. Baltimore St.

Gallery will highlight work of area artists

John Gamble, Chair

1 – 4 p.m.

Allison-Antrim Museum and 1860s German Bank Barn

365 S. Ridge Ave.

(air conditioned w/ADA accessible bathrooms)

Open house and self-guided tours.

Special Exhibits: In commemoration of the 150th

anniversary of the Gettysburg Campaign: A-A Museum’s

Civil War Collection, the never-before-publicly seen

Civil War items from the collection of the Greencastle

American Legion Post 373; a unique collection of

Confederate paper script from the collection of Virginia

“Ginny” Burr Gruszka; Civil War artifacts (bullets, poker

pieces, checker & chess pieces, coins, buckles, etc.) found

in Antrim Township from the collection of Mike Burger;

from Besore Library – Confederate Civil War reunion

ribbons and badges collected by William Snyder (Co K,

126th PA Vol. Inf.) who moved to Birmingham, AL; and

the late Katty Grosh’s collection of Old Home Week

ribbons and programs.

1 – 2 p.m. – Book Signing by Ron Powers,

author of “One Man in Ten Million – One Man’s Story of

Serving in the 104th Infantry Regiment” during WWII (in

air-conditioned barn)

3 p.m. – Ted Alexander – When War Passed this Way:

Part II (in the barn, air-conditioned)

Bonnie Shockey, Chair

1. – 4 p.m.

Lilian S. Besore Memorial Library

305 E. Baltimore St.

Tours and open house at enlarged and renovated facility.

Friends of the Library will host reception and provide

light refreshments.

1 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Ding Ding Ding Went the Trolley

FNB Mercersburg • 821 S. Washington St.

Free lemonade and popcorn from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Working trolley will be onsite at the Bank. History on the

Greencastle Trolley Line will be presented throughout

the afternoon.

Stop by and enter drawing for Mark Twain Noe Print of

The Trolley Car –1910.

Sara Hollinshead, Chair

3 – 4 p.m.

Afternoon tea with light refreshments in the courtyard.

Highline Restaurant and Railway Lounge

101 W. Baltimore St.

6:30 p.m.

Old Home Week Parade

- Parade Route in the back of this program -

Greencastle Lions’ Club, John Alleman, Chair

Rain Date: Saturday, Aug. 10, 2 p.m.

8 – 11 p.m.

Senior Dance 55+ (after parade)

Greencastle Senior Center • 10615 Antrim Church Road

Music by The Classics – 40s, 50s, 60s, and Country

9 – 11 p.m.

Music on the Square

Jason Kabler (Music from Nashville)

Sponsored by Susquehanna Bank

9:30 p.m.

Announcement of Parade Winners

Bandstand on the Square

Friday, Aug. 9

9 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Headquarters Open

Registration, Badges & Programs, T-Shirts & Hats

Lost & Found and General Information

Susquehanna Bank (Old Conn Bldg), Center Square

Headquarters Telephone: 717-494-6751

Bob & Jeannie Johnston, Registrars

9 – 10:30 a.m.

G-A Women’s Fellowship

“A Morning of Music”

First United Methodist Family Life Center

45 N. Washington St.

A program of musical talent – families welcome – no badge

necessary

Janice Bartles, Gloria Stahl, Co-Chairs

9:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

The Gallery of History

Susquehanna Bank • Center Square

Mark Twain Noe historical paintings of the Greencastle-

Antrim area will be displayed.

Cindy Marconi, Chair

10 a.m. & 11:30 a.m.

Vintage Studio

10 E. Walter Ave. (rear) behind FastSigns

The retail shop will be open and serving tea from

1 – 4 p.m.

Workshops begin at:

10 a.m. – 11 a.m. – Vintage motorcycles

11:30 a.m. – Vintage Trunks

These combined businesses offer Vintage trunks, antiques

and collectibles as well as vintage motorcycles.

10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Free Photo Booth at the Echo Pilot

29 Center Square

Have a free photo taken with your family and/or friends

from near and far with props offering the homecoming

flavor of Old Home Week. ***Must have voucher for

photo. Vouchers available by registering at Old Home

Week Headquarters.

Kristy Yaukey, Chair

11 a.m.

Public Meeting of Old Home Week Association, Inc. Board of Directors

Rescue Hose Company Multipurpose Room

(At the Fire Station) • 842 S. Washington St.

General business session & announcement of officers for

39th Triennial Celebration

EVERYONE WELCOME TO ATTEND

11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

M&T Bank

643 E. Baltimore St.

Join your friends at M&T Bank for a frozen treat!

12 noon – 4 p.m.

Gallery 7 – Greencastle Area Arts Council

107 E. Baltimore St.

Gallery will highlight work of area artists

John Gamble, Chair

1 – 4 p.m.

Allison-Antrim Museum and 1860s German Bank Barn

365 S. Ridge Ave.

(air conditioned w/ADA accessible bathrooms)

Open house and self-guided tours.

Special Exhibits: In commemoration of the 150th

anniversary of the Gettysburg Campaign: A-A Museum’s

Civil War Collection, the never-before-publicly seen

Civil War items from the collection of the Greencastle

American Legion Post 373; a unique collection of

Confederate paper script from the collection of Virginia

“Ginny” Burr Gruszka; Civil War artifacts (bullets, poker

pieces, checker & chess pieces, coins, buckles, etc.) found

in Antrim Township from the collection of Mike Burger;

from Besore Library – Confederate Civil War reunion

ribbons and badges collected by William Snyder (Co K,

126th PA Vol. Inf.) who moved to Birmingham, AL; and

the late Katty Grosh’s collection of Old Home Week

ribbons and programs.

1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. – Book Signing by Ron Powers,

author of “One Man in Ten Million – One Man’s Story of

Serving in the 104th Infantry Regiment” during WWII (in

air-conditioned barn)

3:00 p.m. – Ted Alexander – When War Passed this Way:

Part III (in air-conditioned barn)

Bonnie Shockey, Chair

1 - 4 p.m.

Fun Fair at the Playground

Entertainment, fun and games, moon bounce, pony rides,

dunking tank, free popcorn, ice cream, and watermelon.

Jerome R. King Playground • North Carlisle Street

(If raining, activities will take place in the park pavilions.)

Gary Gembe, Chair

1 – 4 p.m.

3 on 3 Basketball Tournament

Divisions for boy and girl students, middle school through

high school.

Jerome R. King Playground Basketball Court

North Carlisle Street

Jeremy Barnes, Chair

4 – 6 p.m.

Wine and spirits tasting in the Railway Lounge

Highline Restaurant and Railway Lounge

101 W. Baltimore St.

5 p.m.

38th Triennial Old Home Week Alumni Banquet

Rescue Hose Co. Special Events Center

407 S. Washington St.

Theme: “Remembering Our High School Circus”

5 – 5:30 p.m. Reception

5:30 p.m. – Buffet Dinner

(Savoy Catering Service) - $11.50 per person

RESERVATIONS REQUIRED - Purchase Tickets at OHW

Headquarters by 5 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 7

Karol Keller, Donna Kay Button, Co-Chairs

7:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Band Concert

Greencastle-Antrim Alumni Band & Friends

Greencastle-Antrim High School Complex – Kaley Field

300 S. Ridge Ave.

Rain Location: Greencastle-Antrim High School Auditorium

David J. McCandless, Chair

Dusk – After band concert

Fireworks Presentation by Skyshooter, Inc.

(To last approximately 45 minutes)

Greencastle-Antrim School Complex – Kaley Field

300 S. Ridge Ave. (Handicapped parking available on

Elementary School Parking Lot-300 E. Leitersburg Street

- see guard at entrance for access.)

*NOTICE* SPECIAL AFTER FIREWORKS DRIVING

ADVISORY will be in effect after the fireworks display;

details in back of program.

Blankets and water bottles ONLY • NO pets (for those

viewing inside Kaley Field)

(Rain Date: Saturday, Aug. 10, at dusk)

Darryl Crunkleton, Dave Kipp, Co-Chairs

Saturday, Aug. 10

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Headquarters Open

Registration, Badges & Programs, T-Shirts & Hats

Lost & Found and General Information

Susquehanna Bank (Old Conn Bldg), Center Square

Headquarters Telephone: 717-494-6751

Bob & Jeannie Johnston, Registrars

9 a.m. (4 hours)

Tour of Antrim Township Bike Ride

(This is not a race)

King’s Playground Omwake Pavilion (North Park Entrance)

North Carlisle Street

Bike ride for three different skill levels. Big Loop (40 miles),

Medium Loop (22 miles), and Short Loop (12 miles).

The ride will take you on the scenic rural roads of

Greencastle and surrounding Antrim Township.

All participants must wear helmets and there will be

a safety check before the ride. REGISTRATION on

the day of the event and PARENTAL PERMISSION

REQUIRED (see form in back of program). Rain date

TBA.

Andrew Barbuzanes, Chair

12 noon – 9 p.m.

Greencastle Sportsman Association’s Annual Ox Roast

3260 Sportsman Road

Mike Hammond, Chair

12 noon – 4 p.m.

Community Swim

Moss Spring Swim Club • 475 N. Allison St.

Come to Moss Spring Swim Club for an afternoon of fun

in the sun. There will be games and activities to do along

with some history of the pool and the reinstated swim

team. This event is free and is open to all community

members.

Kate Miller, Chair

1 – 4 p.m. (Closed if parade rain date is used)

Allison-Antrim Museum and 1860s German Bank Barn

365 S. Ridge Ave.

(air conditioned w/ADA accessible bathrooms)

Open house and self-guided tours.

Special Exhibits: In commemoration of the 150th

anniversary of the Gettysburg Campaign: A-A Museum’s

Civil War Collection, the never-before-publicly seen

Civil War items from the collection of the Greencastle

American Legion Post 373; a unique collection of

Confederate paper script from the collection of Virginia

“Ginny” Burr Gruszka; Civil War artifacts (bullets, poker

pieces, checker & chess pieces, coins, buckles, etc.) found

in Antrim Township from the collection of Mike Burger;

from Besore Library – Confederate Civil War reunion

ribbons and badges collected by William Snyder (Co K,

126th PA Vol. Inf.) who moved to Birmingham, AL; and

the late Katty Grosh’s collection of Old Home Week

ribbons and programs.

1 – 2 p.m. – Book Signing by Ron Powers,

author of “One Man in Ten Million – One Man’s Story of

Serving in the 104th Infantry Regiment” during WWII (in

air-conditioned barn)

Bonnie Shockey, Chair

3 – 4 p.m. & 6 – 9 p.m.

Guest Speaker: Ted Alexander Historian on the

Greencastle-Antrim Gettysburg Campaign in the Railway

Lounge.

Highline Restaurant and Railway Lounge

101 W. Baltimore St.

6 – 9 p.m. – Live music on the patio by Jump

the Gun.

8 – 11 p.m.

Official Closing and Music on the Square

“New Censations” (Party and Dance Music)

Mike Bock and Greg Hoover, Co-Chairs

Sponsored by Antrim Way Honda