Blog: Experience John Brown and More

Abolitionist John Brown planned his raid on the Federal Arsonal at Harpers Ferry while staying at the Ritner Boarding House in Chambersburg.

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Charlottesville-Monticello & UVA Bus Trip

October 18-19, 2017

See the following form for information:

Bus trip 1

Bus trip 2

Return Applications ASAP

Re: Halloween at the Haunted Jail
If anyone requested an application, please message or email and confirm that you are still interested. THIS IS ESPECIALLY TRUE FOR GROUPS because we are assigning group areas ASAP. Thanks! Facebook Event

Haunted House Help Wanted

We need your help! We need groups (businesses, scout packs, clubs, etc.) to plan and man cells or areas in the jail for our upcoming haunted house. Prizes will be awarded each weekend.

We also need individuals who want to help our existing jail volunteers with decorating and scaring in our cells and areas, or ticket taking and crowd control.

The haunted house will be from 7pm-10pm on Friday and Saturday October 26&27 and November 2&3.

We can’t do this without help! Email for an application.

Attention groups, packs, clubs – anyone interested in planning and manning a cell or similar sized area for two nights in October please email with your group info and contact information. Your area would be your responsibility and would have to follow certain safety and decorating restrictions to participate. Prizes would be awarded to groups each night.
We will reach out to interested groups next week once we gauge interest in participation.

Letterkenny Cemetery Tour

Letterkenny Army Depot will host a two-hour bus tour of Letterkenny cemeteries Friday, June 29, departing from the Building 10 headquarters at 9 a.m.

Cemetery sites include Besore family, Schlichter family, Pleasant Hill Brethren in Christ Church, Boyer Farm family, Pleasant Hill Mennonite Church, Upper Strasburg Mennonite Church, Old Order York Brethren and Zion Lutheran and German Reformed Church.

Those interested in taking the tour are asked to RSVP no later than Tuesday, June 26, to Nora Zubia at 717-267-9741. Directions are available upon request.