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First Fridays

First Fridays at Church on the Mall Join us on the first Friday of the month, beginning in November 2015 from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. for a free, healthy, delicious, buffet-style meal in our sanctuary. We welcome all people to come and be fed. Church on the Mall is located in the Plymouth Meeting Mall (500 W. Germantown Pike). We are across from the AMC Theater, behind Whole Foods. Enter by way of the #3 Mall entrance. For more information contact our Pastor, REv. Sarah Colwill (pastor@churchonthemall.com, 610-825-3388) Click here to download the flyer  ...
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Thank you!

All of us here at Schneider Eye would like to thank our wonderful patient, Mrs. Chapman for being so thoughtful! Thank you!...
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Coconut Curry Pumpkin Soup

Stir in the pumpkin and coconut milk, and cook another 5 minutes.

Is easy to make and can be a terrific starter or a small meal on its own. Enjoy!

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The Philly Club Day of Service

Doctor Schneider participated in the University of Michigan’s Philly Club Day of Service on May 3, 2015 to landscape the grounds of Keystone Hospice! Wonderful time! Please let us know what you are participating in! philly club day of service 2

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Tick-Borne Disease Prevention

The article below was written by Robert B. Oley, PE, MSPH. You can find Robert's contact information at the bottom of the article. Ticks - Cesspools of Disease Deer Ticks - Lyme Disease, Bebesiosis, Anaplasmosis, Bartonellosis, Mycoplasma, Borrelia Miyamotoi, Powassan Virus Lone Star Ticks - Ehrlichiosis, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, STARI disease, Tularemia, Heartland virus, Red Meat Allergy American Dog Ticks - Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Tularemia, Tick Paralysis, Ehrlichiosis (likely) Personal Protection
    • Avoid areas known to harbor ticks such as leaf litter (never jump in leaf piles), woodlands, meadows, ground cover (pachysandra, ivy, etc.) high grass, brushy areas, and ecotone/transition areas along the grass perimeter of woodlands, gardens, etc. Also avoided should be those places where rodents (mice, chipmunks, etc.) dwell, including in or near stonewalls, woodpiles, tree stumps, fallen logs, and outside storage sheds.
    • Spray clothes, hats, show wear, backpacks, etc. with the chemical permethrin, which can be purchased through most...
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