Screening of a movie set in World War II Poland set for Goggle Works

The screening of “They Survived Together” will take place on April 21st at 6pm at the GoggleWorks Center for the Arts Boscov Theater.

There will be a handshake event with filmmaker John Locosney, with the support of the Jewish Reading / Burks Federation, and a Q & A session after the screening.

“They survived together,” the organizers said, recording the experience of a family’s escape from the ghetto in Krakow, Poland, during World War II.

According to the organizers, the film was also a reminder of the impact of the war on the family and still contains relevant messages today.

For more information on this movie, please visit

Buy tickets from GoggleWorks online ( or at the door.

Reunion of hospital staff

The reunion of employees at the Community General Hospital is back after the COVID-19 pandemic pause.

The reunion will take place on April 23 at Wyomissing Family Restaurant, 1245 Penn Avenue, from noon to 4 pm.

Call Stephanie (610-763-7173) to participate.

History program

The Fleetwood Regional History Association will meet on April 20th at 7:00 pm in the association’s meeting room at 110 W. Arch St in the Community Center.

Carol Adams of the Reading Railroad Heritage Museum presents “Pulling for the Union,” a story about the role of Reading Railroad in Pennsylvania and the Civil War.

Welcome to the free event. detail:

Kutztown Library

The following events are scheduled for April at the Kutztown Community Library in 70Bieber Alley:

•• April 6th, 10:30 am: Mobile tech van. Do you have questions about how to use your mobile phone, laptop, or e-reader? The library’s mobile tech van will help. Please call 610-683-5820 to register.

•• April 14, 6:30 pm: “Talk to Blogger-Girl Refurbished.” Blogger, mother and entrepreneur Sara Mertaban speaks to her blog and the launch of a new company, Eid Collective, and her company speaks to Islamic content creators. Talk about how it helps to give.

All information related to the library: 610-683-5820 or

Threshold certification

Threshold Rehabilitation Services Inc. states that it has been accredited for three years in the Residential Treatment: Mental Health program.

This is the first accreditation given to the threshold by the Rehabilitation Facility Accreditation Committee (CARF), an international accreditation body.

This accreditation decision represents the highest level of accreditation that can be given to an organization and indicates that the organization is substantially compliant with CARF standards.

Threshold Inc. is a non-profit organization with offices at 1000 Lancaster Ave, providing mental health and intellectual disability programs and support for over 50 years.

For more information, please visit 610-777-7691 or the following website:

About CARF:

Albania councilor

The Alvernia University Board has appointed Richard A. Ehst, Co-founder of CustomersBank, David W. Patti, Director of Marketing and Communications at CustomersBank, and Michael Tobash, a former state legislator.

Richard “Dick” Est Former President and Chief Executive Officer of Customer Bank. Lieutenant Oliver North will be guest speaker at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Reading, Pennsylvania, on Friday afternoon, November 12, 2021, at a “Honoring People” Bonus Luncheon for Berks County Veterans. I did. (Reading Eagle)

Ehst has been a board member of Customers Bank after resigning as President and Chief Executive Officer in July.

Reading Eagle: Tim Reading

2014 David Patti

Patti is a customer bank advocate and lobbyist in Harrisburg and Washington. Patty has served on many other boards.

Harold Hock

2015 Mike Tobash (Reading Eagle)

Tobash has served four terms at the General Assembly and has been in the insurance business for over 34 years as the owner of an agency in Cressona, Schuylkill County.

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