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Sandy Cleanup Continues

Cleanup and recovery continues a week after Hurricane Sandy blew through Southeastern Pennsylvania.

Montgomery Township offered a weekend tree waste collection in response to extensive damage.  A large construction site dumpster at the William F. Maule Park at Windlestrae was filled with tree branches, and many others bagged, bundled and loose were on the ground.

Resident Ed Allison was there with branches from a maple tree.  He said it blew down in his backyard without causing any damage.

“We’re very blessed that there was no damage to the house or vehicles and nobody got hurt.  I’m a Christian man, and as far as I’m concerned it was Divine Providence for sure.”

Allison’s pickup truck was piled high with branches, and he said he would return with another load.

Keystone Fellowship Church on Stump Road in Montgomery Township was giving out free chicken Thursday Through Saturday for people who lost power during the storm.  They had a truck loaded with 16,000 pounds of frozen, cooked chicken donated by Tyson Foods.  Church Business Administrator Dan Cardone, who was supervising the operation, said helping others is an important part of their faith.

“It’s easy to talk about, but when you have a great opportunity like this that presented itself, a devastating opportunity, but it’s a great opportunity for us to go out and minister to the communities.”

Cardone said they gave chicken to Manna on Main Street in Lansdale and the Keystone Opportunity Center in Souderton, as well as people who came to the church and picked up packages.  He said they gave away most of it by the middle of Saturday afternoon, and they hope to get another load to help feed people in Northern New Jersey and New York City.
WNPV AM 1440 Well, we played TWO games of Bingo tonight! Mary Ann Richard of Tylersport won the first game with just 10 numbers called! So we had time to play a second which Dan Yoder of Lansdale won! It's easy to play and win so pick up your official bingo card and be ready when snow closings cause us to play again!
WNPV AM 1440 As expected, WNPV will be playing Snow Bingo again tonight at 5! Since we didn't get nearly the amount of snow they predicted, you can still get your official orange bingo card at Barb-Lin Carpet One, 640 North Main Street in Doylestown ... Henning's Trains, 128 South Line street in Lansdale ... or at Walton's on the corner of South Broad and Hancock Streets in Lansdale. No purchase necessary.
WNPV AM 1440 Congratulations to Dave Friesen of Harleysville ... the winner of our 3rd Snow Bingo game of the season! Odds are we'll have another game tomorrow so stay tuned ...
WNPV AM 1440 Thanks to Mother Nature, WNPV Radio will be playing Bingo again tonight at 5 PM. Play to win 2 VIP car washes at Lansdale Car Wash, a $50 gift card from Gimaro's Seafood and Steaks in Montgomeryville, and a 500-piece jigsaw puzzle from CardSmart in North Wales and Quakertown! There's no purchase necessary but you must have the official 2015 orange bingo card available at Walton's in Lansdale, Barb-Lin Carpet One in Doylestown, and Henning's Trains in Lansdale.
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WNPV AM 1440 Tune to 1440 AM (or online at www.wnpv1440.com) at 8 PM for the Gwynedd Mercy University Men's basketball game postponed from last night. Broadcast team this evening will be WNPV's Joe Moskal doing the play-by-play and Gwynedd Mercy's Women's basketball coach Keith Mondillo doing color!
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