ABINGTON, PA — Abington has received a significant grant to help improve Ardsley Wildlife Sanctuary.
The $115,000 in funding will help build pedestrian walkways, observation areas, fencing, ADA access, landscaping, and stormwater management measures, officials said.
“As somebody who spent a lot of time in the Ardsley area when I was growing up and enjoying the outdoors, improving the walkability there is vitally important, and I’m so grateful to the DCNR for the funding for this particular project,” State Rep. Ben Sanchez said in a statement announcing the funding.
It’s part of a larger state initiative, Recreation for All, which aims to meet the outdoor recreation needs of all Pennsylvanians.
“Now more than ever, we have experienced the impact of outdoor recreation on our mental and physical well being,” DCNR Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn said in a statement. “Pennsylvania’s new outdoor recreation plan serves as a blueprint on how we
When Pam Orlando Zanni moved in 2015 to Louisville, she had no intention of staying in Kentucky.
“I had moved all over the country for work when I came to Louisville,” she said. “I didn’t anticipate staying here forever, but meeting (Mark Zanni) kind of changed everything.”
They met in January 2017, just as she was prepping for a new home build.
“I was getting ready to build another house (on my own) before I met him,” she said. “My parents had just moved from Chicago to Kentucky and my dad said, ‘You don’t want to build that house — this guy is sticking around.”
Her dad was right — the couple got engaged that April and were married by July.
“We each had a home to sell (to) combine our lives together,” Orlando Zanni said. “He had a
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