"We had more than 150 people last year. That was an all time high," said Wakefield Lions Club member Joe McMullen.
This year, they're expecting even more to turn out for the annual veterans appreciation dinner hosted by the Wakefield and Quarryville Lions clubs.
Although he's new at Chestnut Level Presbyterian Church, the congregation's pastor already feels at home.
"It's a lot like my first church," said the Rev. John Hartman. "It's been a long time since I've been in a close-knit community."
The audience can expect organ music at a concert to be held at Little Britain Presbyterian Church later this month.
They may not be anticipating another of organist Rick Rineer's favorite instruments - an accordion.
"A lot of people like the accordion, but not many people play it any more," Rineer said.
Another church has joined Little Britain Presbyterian's annual winter coat drive.
"We saw last year that Little Britain needed help collecting coats and we decided we could work together," said Union Presbyterian member Holly Urbine.
This year, Union's congregation will collect coats and help with the distribution at Little Britain.
Burglars broke into Bart-Colerain Elementary School, Noble Rd., early Friday morning, October 13, and made off with computers.
The burglars stole 20 Dell laptop computers from at least two classrooms. They did not take anything from the school's main office or its computer lab.