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  • York church shows off model train, tiny town display between holidays

    Abiding Presence Lutheran Church in York is displaying its large model train and miniature village for the tenth year this week. Rev. Charles Aurand has collected many of the trains and buildings over 60 years from his first train car when he was 6-years-old. The church is requesting canned or dry goods donations as an entry fee that will be donated to to area food pantries.

York church shows off model train, tiny town display between holidays

Abiding Presence Lutheran Church in York is displaying its large model train and miniature village for the tenth year this week. Rev. Charles Aurand has collected many of the trains and buildings over 60 years from his first train car when he was 6-years-old. The church is requesting canned or dry goods donations as an entry fee that will be donated to to area food pantries.
By Tracy Kimball Tracy Kimball