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Sunday Funday at Brown's Orchards

with the Central PA Juniata Club


Join alumni, parents, family, and friends for a Sunday afternoon of music, food and fun at Brown’s Orchards in Southern York County. Listen to The Passionettes, a central PA-based music act specializing in the “girl group” sound of the early to mid-1960s. Find out more about the Passionettes at www.reverbnation.com/thepassionettes and www.facebook.com/ThePassionettes.

During the relaxing afternoon, enjoy a Hershey’s ice cream cone at the pavilion or a sandwich from the café and coffee bar. Let the kids play on the Penn Dutch Structures playground, check out the fresh produce in the market and plants in the greenhouse, or swing by the Logan's View Wine Shop. Sunday at your leisure!

Don't forget to bring your lawn chairs. In case of rain, we will be located under the pavilion.

Attendee List

13 registrants (Note: Some registrants may have chosen not to appear in this list.)

  • Annette Bair '93
  • Christopher Bair '92
  • Rich Biel '71
  • Sally Biel (Palmer) '70
  • Donna Leaver
  • Tom Leaver '71
  • Colleen Mundis (McClure) '74
  • Wayne Mundis '74
  • Barbara Rollman (Grim) '55
  • Roy Rollman '55
  • Cheryl Schroeder
  • Guest Schroeder
  • Terry Schroeder '75

Location

Brown's Orchards & Farm Market
254 South Main Street
Loganville, PA 17342
717-428-2036
www.brownsorchards.com

Date

Sunday, June 30, 2013

Time

2:00 p.m. - Gathering begins. Look for the Juniata table at the picnic area near the pavilion. In case of rain, we will be located under the pavilion.
2:30-5:00 p.m. – The Passionettes performance.

Cost

Food and beverages are pay on your own.

RSVP

Register online by Wednesday, June 26.

Contact Information

For more information, please contact the Alumni Office by e-mail or by phone, toll-free, at 1-877-JUNIATA (586-4282).

Directions and Travel Information

Brown’s Orchard is located off Exit 10 of Interstate 83. For directions, click here. Parking is available beside the pavilion area.

Special thanks to Christopher Bair ’92 and Annette (Reeder) Bair ’93 for organizing this event!