Football Game Breakdowns & Old Jail Shakedown

Posted in: Uncategorized- Oct 15, 2010 Comments Off

Another week has gone by without a new post to the blog on my site.  I have been pretty busy organizing things here and signing up some new clients. But I know I have to get some posting done.  So in the interest of keeping at the top of Google’s list and keeping Todd Sponseller | Attorney in the Top of Mind Awareness, I’ll scribble out a few things.

First, Congratulations to the West Virginia Mountaineers for their smashing victory over the Bulls of the University of South Florida. It is our first Big East victory and a great start to conference play. Also, the energy of the crowd at Mountaineer Field was palpable even through the TV. This is a marked difference from the first game of the season against Costal Carolina. Way to Go! Keep up the LOUD NOISES!

Second, it is an event filled weekend here in Chambersburg. First, it is Homecoming for CASHS, so folks should try to head out and watch the Trojans take on our arch rivals from Carlisle. Also during the game, the National Honors Society will be having the Trojan Huddle- a tailgating tent. There will be refreshments (the kind you would expect on CASHS property), vintage yearbooks, and tours of the school’s new facilities. Please plan to stop by. Especially if you graduated in the late 1980’s, we were woefully under-represented last year!

Also, tomorrow is Apple Fest in downtown Chambersburg. I am not entirely sure what all is planned but I would expect that apple butter, apple cider, apple sauce and apple pies will somehow be involved. Also, I saw some antique steam engines rolling into town on flatbeds this morning, so if you like that kind of technology, come and check it out.

My friends at The Roy Pitz are also throwing their Shakedown at the Old Jail Saturday afternoon. There will hopefully be some Old Jail Ale and other Roy Pitz brews; BBQ from the Humble Grill; Tuscarora Winery; bluegrass music; tours of the jail, John Brown House, and the Roy Pitz Brewery. Also TODD SPONSELLER | ATTORNEY will be on hand to discuss your legal questions with you! You definitely want to check that out! (disclaimer: NOT legal advice, nor will it establish an attorney/client relationship with my firm). $20.00 per ticket for the Shakedown, you know what that means…

Also a quick thanks to the community at large for the overwhelmingly positive responses to the establishment of this firm. Lots of well-wishes, positive feedback and compliments on the website, billboards and other marketing efforts. THANK YOU!!!

The weather is looking good this weekend, so everyone get out and do something! Have a safe and fun weekend!

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