Into West Vincent: A Journey to Freedom
On July 16th from 5:30 - 7:00 PM, the Chester County Town Tours and Historical Walks is coming to West Vincent Township. Parking will be in a field at 1665 Kimberton Road; this is near the intersection with Flint Road. From this site, the tour will visit the homes of the Lewis/Fussell extended families of abolitionists who were active well before the Civil War. After hearing some of the stories of the people living here, you can go left from the parking area on Kimberton Road a little over a mile to the Norris and Ann Maris/Royal Spring Mill site (You are also welcome to begin the tour at this site.) At the intersection of Kimberton and Pughtown Roads. To park, turn right onto Valley Road just before Pughtown Road; parking will be on the left side. Speakers from the Pikeland Historical Society will tell you of people and events at the Norris and Ann Maris/Royal Spring Mill site. Refreshments will be at both sites. Click here to read the historical pamphlet that will be handed out on site.
Into West Vincent: A Journey to Freedom
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Robert Kagel Director, Chester County Department of Emergency Services
Merit Service Solutions
Carroll Engineering Corporation
Ludwigs Corner Veterinary Hospital
Clean Water, Inc.
Siana, Bellwoar & McAndrew, LLP
Theurkauf Design and planning, LLP
Trevdan Building Supply
Francis Hall Insurance & Risk Management Services
H.A. Thomson Risk Management Services
Caruolo Associates, Inc.
Dave Hoffman’s Auto Repair
National Penn Bank
Signal Service, Inc.
Tom Josiah Consulting
Goods and Services:
A.J. Blosenski, Inc.
City Folk Handwork
Frame’s Power Equipment and Mulch
Ludwig’s Corner Supply Co.
Robert E. Little, Inc.
The West Vincent Land Trust held a Trail Logo Design Contest this spring. The prize offered was a $100 gift card to the Walking Store. The following is a list of people who entered the contest: Marty Blumenthal, Tom Kalusky, Ed Humpal, Melanie McCartney, Isabelle Travaglini, Meryl Joblin, Mary Kane, Pete Rodgers, and Davey Waters. The judges from the West Vincent Land Trust, the Park and Recreation Commission and the Martin Foundation chose a winner. They combined two different designs and came up with the winning design. The winners are Marty Blumenthal, 1567 St. Matthews Road and Ed Humpal, 1765 Sawmill Road. This design will appear on all of the West Vincent trails in the Township. The Board congratulated the winners and two gift cards were awarded.
To see the Election Results, please click the link to Chester County Voter Services.
West Vincent Township has 2 Precincts, 690 and 693.
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