Manchester Borough History
North Eastern York County History In Preservation                          NeyChip
      "It is fun to reminisce. Talk to your older residents of the Borough. They have a lot of information to share, and enjoy doing so. The sense of connection with one's heritage can provide a stable association for young people growing up in an ever changing society. A small town in the 21st Century is still a community of friendships, neighborhood schools, recreation, shops, and events such as: parades, Memorial Day recognition, an ice cream social, Christmas caroling, a ball game,and fund raisers for the volunteer fire company, all of which contribute to special times and memories for neighbors and families and the community at large."  Mary Ellen Snell 1989
  "It is my hope that the Borough of Manchester shall continue and prosper in the years ahead.  However, may we never lose the warm down home feeling that continues to exist between the old timers and the new comers to our Borough."

Mary Ellen Snell 1989
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