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Updating Your Records

Jennifer Knight, Ext. 5223

Director Cross Keys @Home

As announced in a separate information packet distributed earlier this week, COVID-19 vaccinations are now beginning to be offered in our area.

Please contact your primary provider for information or call the Wellspan COVID hotline at 855-851-3641 to sign up. Links to the Wellspan and UPMC vaccination

websites are available on the Villager Portal of the CKV website under the “Coronavirus & Vaccine Info” button.

As you receive your COVID-19 vaccination, please keep our office informed, so we can document in your records. To avoid

confusion, please notify us after you receive the second dose. Please call Jackie Klunk, ext. 5256 so we can be sure to update your records. Thank you.


Covid-19 Impact on

Tech Support

Information Services, Ext. 7200

The IS department continues to enact

measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19 resulting in the delay of some projects and the manner in which other operations are performed. We will continue to perform remote support of issues as much as possible so we limit potential exposure and spread of the virus. If service cannot be performed remotely, we will attempt to reduce in-person interactions in other ways including front-door pickup and delivery of equipment. Our goal with these revised operations is to protect everyone on campus and we have seen an outpouring of support and gratitude regarding these modified operations and we truly appreciate everyone’s understanding and patience.

Prior to enacting COVID-19 responses, the IS department was working on two projects that impacted Villagers.

First, the IS department has been working with a few Villagers regarding wireless printing issues in certain circumstances. To resolve this issue the IS department needs to enact some network configuration changes. As with many technically complex issues, this may produce some unforeseen side-effects.


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likely require an on-site visit from a technician to resolve. Since this would increase

exposure because technicians would travel between many homes on campus, we are holding off on implementing this change until some COVID restrictions are lifted.

Second, an issue that remains with TV is Maryland MPT channels have occasional issues with reception. We receive the signal for these channels over an antenna since they are not available through our satellite feed. This makes the reception of signal more sensitive than our satellite channels. We have worked with our TV provider and purchased equipment to amplify and enhance the antenna signal in an effort to make these channels more reliable. This equipment is located in Mission Point and we must be mindful of allowing external vendors access to this building. Additionally, it is possible the installation of this equipment will result in the need for a TV channel scan. Some Villagers would need assistance with this process which would result in an on-site visit from a technician. Much like the wirelessprinting issue, it is prudent to wait until COVID-19 restrictions are lifted before proceeding.


Property Tax and

Rent Rebate

Adam Kruzic, Ext. 5186

Director of Finance

The Property Tax and Rent Rebate program is a state-run program that is administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue and funded by the Pennsylvania Lottery system. Claimants who qualify can be

reimbursed up to $650 a year for the amount they paid in property taxes or rent. Rebate checks are mailed in the beginning of July each year. To qualify as a “Renter,” annual household eligibility income must not exceed

$15,000. The program excludes 50% of Social Security payments, State

Supplementary Payment benefits,

Supplemental Security Income benefits, and Railroad Retirement Tier 1 benefits.

This year, there is a new electronic filing option at mypath.pa.gov. Also new this year, there are two additional income sources that do not need to be included in your income calculation: federal stimulus (or economic income payments) and Senior Tax Reduction Incentive Volunteer Exchange (STRIVE). For specific eligibility criteria for the Property Tax and Rent Rebate, please contact the PA Department of Revenue via their toll-free number 1-888-PATAXES (1-888-728-2937) or visit the online customer service center website www.revenue.pa.gov to determine if you are eligible for the program. Forms for 2020 are now available from the Department of Revenue. To receive claim forms, please call 1-800-362-2050, print a form from the website www.revenue.pa.gov, or email ra-forms@pa.gov. The deadline to apply for a 2020 rebate is June 30, 2021.

Accounting Services will complete the Rent Certificate, Form PA-1000RC, upon request. Please call Kim Staub at (717) 624-5211 to request to be put on the list for the

PA-1000RC to be mailed to you. After a request is received, it normally takes 1 to 2 weeks to process the form, so please plan ahead if you need the form for a meeting with a personal tax advisor.

If you have any questions regarding the completion of the PA 1000 claim form, please contact your personal tax advisor or the Property Tax and Rent Rebate claim information toll-free number (1-888-222-9190). Assistance is also available at no cost from Department of Revenue district offices, local Area Agencies on Aging, senior centers and state legislators’ offices.


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Funds to Support

Team Members

Mindy Langer, Ext. 6496

Communications & Gift Officer

Did you know that Cross Keys Village has funds that benefit team members? Here are ways to support those who work here: Staff Benevolence Fund- developed to provide immediate assistance to team members by helping to meet their basic financial needs in times of crisis. The Staff Benevolence Fund grows from generous donations from team members, villagers, residents and their families, and individuals from outside our campus. Our hope is that the donation will offer some relief to the team member during a difficult time.

Brethren Home Educational Assistance Program (BHEAP)- For team members who wish to pursue additional education in a field of interest related to the long-term care work environment and specifically to CKV.

Ongoing academic and professional development is vital to successful recruitment, retention, and high-quality performance of our team members. Programs like these can benefit team members, our community and most

importantly, the people for whom we care. A gift to The Good Samaritan Fund in honor of a team member is an option as well; honor a team member while benefiting a resident who has outlived their personal resources. The team member will receive an

acknowledgment of the honor gift. Checks may be made payable to The Brethren Home Foundation, and the memo line should include the fund you’d prefer to support. Thank you for considering benefiting and honoring our 700 team members!


Changes to Tax Laws

Foundation Office, Ext. 5208

Last year, Congress enacted some changes to the tax laws in response to COVID-19 to encourage charitable giving. Some of those changes have been carried over to 2021 while others have not.

For example, while prior to 2020 donations to charity were capped at 60% of your adjusted gross income, the limit for 2020 was

increased to 100% of adjusted gross income and that provision was carried over to 2021. In addition, for those who now take the

standard deduction on their federal tax return instead of itemizing deductions, a $300 deduction was implemented for donations to nonprofits in 2020. You can take advantage of this tax deduction while using the standard deduction of $13,850 for single filers over 65 years of age and $27,000 for married filing a joint return in 2020. Be sure that you have receipts from the non-profit to which you made these donations. This deduction was carried over to 2021 and was increased to $300 for individuals and $600 for joint filers. Finally, while in 2020 Congress suspended the requirement to make an annual

withdrawal from your traditional IRA, the requirement for withdrawals has been reinstated in 2021.

As previously mentioned in the Village Voice, you can donate the required withdrawal to your church or other non-profit and avoid paying tax on this amount. This is a great way to give to non-profits that you support annually and, in a way, itemize those deductions. If you have questions or would like additional information about any of these tax provisions, please don’t hesitate to call the Foundation office.


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Prayer Requests

Pastoral Care, Ext. 5253

To respect the current restrictions, instead of posting prayer requests in the mail area, we will be announcing them daily on In Touch and running a slide on Channel 25. We will also include a summary here each week.

Please keep these villagers in your prayers: Gene Stambach Other Hospital Claude Hall Gettysburg

Mary Hall Gettysburg

In addition, be in prayer for the families of residents within the community who have recently departed: Shirley Kemp 1/16/2021 Burnell Luckenbaugh 1/16/2021 Jack Lloyd 1/18/2021


Biblical Words to

Help You Pray

Pastor Linda Ext. 5580

Ever sit there, ready to pray and wonder what can help you get that connection to God? In the morning, munching my cold cereal, I strive to read three Psalms and a chapter from the Gospels—better to start the day with the Good News rather than all that dreary and/or scary stuff in the newspaper on on-line.

Certain words pop up over and over again in Scripture. They might mean one thing in everyday speech but in a Biblical context— and prayer context—they offer so much power. Try them out as you pray. A single word that you can hold on to or pray all day long.

Mercy - You do not hear this word much. Maybe my mom would say it, exclaiming, “Mercy me!” But see what an important word and concept it was to Jesus. “Blessed are the merciful, for they will receive mercy” He says in the Beatitudes (Matthew 5:7).

Remember the parable of the publican and the Pharisee praying on their way to the temple (Luke 18:9-14). The Pharisee

bragging, “God, I thank you that I am not like other people: thieves, rogues, adulterers, or even this tax collector.”

Whereas the tax collector is standing far off, beating his breast. He can barely look up to heaven. “God be merciful to me, a sinner,” he prays. He is the one Jesus calls out. The simplest prayer in the world: “Lord, have mercy.” It puts you in the right relationship with God.

Delight - We do not normally think of delight connected to faith. But there it is, again and again, especially in the Psalms. “Take delight in the Lord, and He will give you the desires of your heart” (Psalm 37:4) or “But their delight is in the law of the Lord, and on His law they meditate day and night” (Psalm 1:2). God wants us to delight in His presence. We can delight in the creation as it brings us closer to the Creator. We delight in the godly people we meet and see. Make your prayers with delight.

Peace - The word “peace” I generally think of as it relates to the resolution of some global conflict or the good work people do in the Peace Corps. But as Jesus uses the word, it is a message directed straight to the world and our fears.

When the disciples are in their boat and a great storm comes up, waves crashing against the sides, Jesus is asleep in their midst. When they wake Him up, He says to the wind and sea: “Peace! Be still!” (Mark 2:39).


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hemorrhage just touches His robe and is healed instantly, Jesus feels the power that had gone out of Him. He turns to find her, and she comes to Him in fear and trembling. “Daughter, your faith has made you well,” He says. “Go in peace.”

Three words to help give you peace in these times – Mercy, Delight, Peace! Remember that I am praying for all of you daily. Please call me if I can help you in any way.


Volunteer Documentation

Cindy Boyer, Ext. 6236

Volunteer Manager

At this time, any volunteer time completed in 2020 is past due. Please make sure you either turn in your individual timesheets for all dates to Volunteer Services or it can be emailed to Cindy Boyer at

c.boyer@crosskeysvillage.org. Late time sheets are accepted when necessary.

Please remember that any time you complete any work as a volunteer, you need to

document that time. The preferred way is by the end of the month that the work is

done. However, it should still be turned in, even if months late. Our organization is non-profit and need to show our cost savings. Remember that the Volunteer kiosk near the Harmony Ridge mailboxes, can be used to capture “real time” if you happen to be in Harmony at the start and end of your volunteer time. If you use the kiosk, it

captures your time like a time clock and then your time is accounted for.

We appreciate all your efforts in turning in your volunteer time!





Wellness Programming

Holly Shearer, Ext. 5303

Director of Community Wellness

Wellness will continue to have most regular classes on hold at this time, but we are happy to announce that Chair Yoga, Line Dancing & Pickleball will be starting up again in the Wellness Studio beginning the week of January 25.

Chair Yogacize will resume Tuesday, January 26.

Days: Tuesdays & Thursdays

Times: 10:15 – 10:45 am & 11:00 – 11:30 am

Pickleball will resume Tuesday, January 26. Days: Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays Times: 3:00 – 5:00 pm

Line Dancing with Sue will resume Monday, February 1.

Days: Mondays

Times: 3:00 – 3:30 pm & 3:45 – 4:15 pm We will be starting fresh with sign-ups for all of these classes and space is limited so please call Wellness, ext. 5410 with any questions or to reserve your spot on these class rosters.


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Managing through


Holly Fetting, Ext. 5544

Director of Life Enrichment

Start the new year than learning (or continuing to learn) about the practice of mindfulness and how it can help you clear out old thoughts, feelings and worries and usher in the new possibilities while you appreciate where you are at this very moment.

Facilitator: Matt Kramer, Resident Support Specialist

Date: Monday, January 25 Time: 1:30 - 3 pm

Location: Encore Room

Sign up: Residential Living Desk

Note: Limited to 8 participants with a wait list to gauge interest in repeat sessions.



This is My Father

Holly Fetting, Ext. 5544

Director of Life Enrichment

The story of William Putch and his life’s work: The Totem Pole Playhouse - a summer theater tucked away in the blue mountains of Southern Pennsylvania. With a career span over 30 years and more than 300

productions, Putch brought the experience and culture of professional theater to a rural community mostly known for its farmland. Date: Tuesday, January 26

Time: 1:30 – 2:30 pm Location: Encore Room

Sign up: Residential Living Desk

Note: Limited to 9 participants with a wait list to gauge interest in repeat sessions.



Jazz by Ken Burns

The True Welcome

Holly Fetting, Ext. 5544

Director of Life Enrichment

In 1929 as the Great Depression begins, New York is now America's jazz capital. On

Broadway, Louis Armstrong revolutionizes the art of American popular song. In Harlem, Chick Webb pioneers his own big-band sound and in the city's clubs, pianists Fats Waller and Art Tatum dazzle audiences. But it is Duke Ellington who takes jazz "beyond category," composing hit tunes that has critics comparing him to Stravinsky. Episode 4 in a 10-part series.

Date: Thursday, January 28 Time: 1:15 – 3:15 pm Location: Encore Room

Sign up: Residential Living Desk

Note: Limited to 10 participants with a wait list to gauge interest in repeat sessions.



Classic Movie - Harvey

Holly Fetting, Ext. 5544

Director of Life Enrichment

In this 1950 classic, due to his insistence that he has an invisible six-foot-tall rabbit for a best friend, a whimsical middle-aged man is thought by his family to be insane - but he may be wiser than anyone knows.

Date: Friday, January 29 Time: 10:15 am – 12 pm Location: Encore Room

Sign up: Residential Living Desk

Note: Limited to 10 participants with a wait list to gauge interest in repeat sessions.


Date Events, Discovery

Courses Deadline Time/Location Details

1/25/2021 Monday Managing Through Mindfulness 1:30 pm Encore Room

Sign up at the Residential Living Desk.


Tuesday Knitters & Crocheters

1:00 pm Creative Arts

Contact Mary Costley ext. 7657 to sign up. 1/26/2021 Tuesday This is My Father Totem Pole Documentary 1:30 pm Encore Room

Sign up at the Residential Living Desk.


Tuesday Pickleball resumes

3:00-5:00 pm Wellness


For questions or to sign up call Wellness ext. 5410. 1/26/2021 Tuesday Chair Yogacize resumes 10:15-10:45am Wellness Studio

For questions or to sign up call Wellness ext. 5410. 1/26/2021

Tuesday Faith & Sharing

6:00 pm Ensemble Rm

Contact Pastor Linda ext. 5253 to sign up.


Wednesday Faith & Sharing

3:00 pm Ensemble Rm

Contact Pastor Linda ext. 5253 to sign up.


Thursday Jazz by Ken Burns

1:15 pm Encore Room

Sign up at the Residential Living Desk. 1/29/2021 Friday Classic Movie Harvey 10:15 am Encore Room

Sign up at the Residential Living Desk.

2/1/2021 Monday

Line Dancing with Sue resumes

3:00-3:30 or 3:45-4:15 pm

Wellness Studio

For questions or to sign up call Wellness ext. 5410. 2/2/2021


Bible Study with Don & Polly Pechart

10:15 am Encore Room

Contact Polly Pechart ext. 8875 to sign up


Tuesday Knitters & Crocheters

1:00 pm Creative Arts

Contact Mary Costley ext. 7657 to sign up.


Wednesday Pick up Subs

12-2:00 pm Harmony Ridge


Pick up Harmony Ridge Lobby or Campus delivery. 2/5/2021


Bible Study with Pat Schaefer

1:00 pm Encore Room

Contact Pat Schaefer ext. 3797 to sign up


Tuesday Knitters & Crocheters

1:00 pm Creative Arts

Contact Mary Costley ext. 7657 to sign up.


Tuesday Faith & Sharing

6:00 pm Ensemble Rm

Contact Pastor Linda ext. 5253 to sign up.


Wednesday Faith & Sharing

3:00 pm Ensemble Rm

Contact Pastor Linda ext. 5253 to sign up.


Friday Sew Blessed Quilters

9:00 am Creative Arts

Contact Joan Wertzberger ext. 5883 to sign up.


Stay Active, Stay Connected, Stay Engaged

ACE Life Enrichment Programming for CKV Channel 25

January 25-31, 2021

Watch In Touch every weekday - live at 8:30am and replayed at 3pm.

Monday, January 25, 2021

9:30am Limber with Lauren

10am How Knowledge is Power in Nutrition | Dr. Wendy Pogozelski 10:30am Modern Marvels: Aqueducts – Man-Made Rivers of Life 11:30am Constitution 101 | Lecture

1pm Limber with Lauren

1:20pm The Pajama Game | Doris Day Musical (1957)

Tuesday, January 26, 2021

9:30am Tuesday Talks with Wellness 10am Utah NP Parks Travel Guide

11am The Rise and Fall of The World's Greatest City | Alexandria 11:50am Construction Video

12pm Heinz: The Ketchup Kings Biography 1pm Tuesday Talks with Wellness

1:30pm The Lennon Sisters | Same Song Separate Voices | PBS Special (2020)

Wednesday, January 27, 2021

9:30am Train with Tasha

10am How to Be Happy Every Day: It Will Change the World | Jacqueline Way 10:20am Construction video

10:30am Mountbatten Festival of Music 2020 Virtual Concert | Royal Albert Hall 1pm Train with Tasha

1:30pm Hollywood Squares (1978) 2pm Church Replay

Thursday, January 28, 2021

9:30am Move with Megan

10am How to Chalk Paint Furniture | Chalk Paint for Beginners

10:30am DIY Giant Chunky Blanket

12pm Marco Polo: The Age of Exploration | Biography 12:50pm Construction Video

1pm Move with Megan

1:30pm Changeover | Award Winning | Faith Movie

Friday, January 29, 2021

9:30am Limber with Lauren

10am We don't "move on" from grief. We move forward with it | Nora McInerny 10:30am Cirque du Soleil | Embrace Your Inner Child

12pm The Last Survivors | Stories of Children Who Survived the Holocaust 1pm Limber with Lauren

1:30pm Modern Times | Charlie Chaplin Movie (1936)

Saturday, January 30 Sunday, January 31

8:30am & 2:30pm Brethren Voices: Empowering Women 8am & 2:30pm Brethren Voices: The Journey Continues

10am & 3:30pm Melody Makers /St. Paul’s Lutheran, children 10am & 4:30pm Church Service

12pm & 6:30pm Richard & Susan Frey – Organ & Piano 12pm & 6:30pm SOS Health presentation on Knee Pain *Schedule subject to change*

For questions or requests related to Channel 25 programming and CKV On Demand offerings at this time, please contact


The Hill We Climb

Inauguration Day Poem by Amanda Gorman When day comes we ask ourselves

Where can we find light in this never-ending shade? The loss we carry,

A sea we must wade.

We braved the belly of the beast;

We’ve learned that quiet isn’t always peace. And the norms and notions of what just is

Isn’t always justice.

And yet the dawn is ours before we knew it. Somehow we do it;

Somehow we’ve weathered and witnessed A nation that isn’t broken but simply unfinished.

We, the successors of a country and a time

Where a skinny black girl descended from slaves

And raised by a single mother can dream of becoming president, Only to find herself reciting for one.

And yes we are far from polished, far from pristine,

But that doesn’t mean we aren’t striving to form a union that is perfect. We are striving to forge a union with purpose,

To compose a country committed to all cultures, colors, characters and conditions of man. And so we lift our gaze not to what stands between us,

But what stands before us.

We close the divide, because we know to put our future first, We must first put our differences aside.

We lay down our arms

So we can reach out our arms to one another. We seek harm to none and harmony for all. Let the globe, if nothing else, say this is true: That even as we grieved, we grew,

That even as we hurt, we hoped, That even as we tired, we tried,

That we’ll forever be tied together, victorious—

Not because we will never again know defeat But because we will never again sow division. Scripture tells us to envision

That everyone shall sit under their own vine and fig tree, And no one shall make them afraid.

If we’re to live up to our own time,

then victory won’t lie in the blade but in all the bridges we’ve made.

That is the promised glade,

The hill we climb if only we dare it.

Because being American is more than a pride we inherit,

It’s the past we step into and how we repair it.

We’ve seen a force that would shatter our nation rather than share it,


The Hill We Climb

- continued

Inauguration Day Poem by Amanda Gorman And this effort very nearly succeeded,

But while democracy can be periodically delayed It can never be permanently defeated.

In this truth, in this faith we trust,

For while we have our eyes on the future, history has its eyes on us. This is the era of just redemption.

We feared at its inception.

We did not feel prepared to be the heirs of such a terrifying hour, But within it we found the power

To author a new chapter, To offer hope and laughter,

To ourselves sow. While once we asked:

How could we possibly prevail over catastrophe?

Now we assert: How could catastrophe possibly prevail over us? We will not march back to what was,

But move to what shall be,

A country that is bruised but whole, Benevolent but bold,

Fierce and free.

We will not be turned around or interrupted by intimidation

Because we know our inaction and inertia will be the inheritance of the next generation. Our blunders become their burdens

But one thing is certain:

If we merge mercy with might and might with right, Then love becomes our legacy

And change our children’s birthright.

So let us leave behind a country better than the one we were left. With every breath of my bronze pounded chest,

We will raise this wounded world into a wondrous one. We will rise from the golden hills of the West.

We will rise from the windswept Northeast where our forefathers first realized revolution. We will rise from the lakeland cities of the Midwestern states.

We will rise from the sunbaked South. We will rebuild, reconcile and recover In every known nook of our nation, In every corner called our country, Our people, diverse and beautiful, Will emerge battered and beautiful.

When day comes we step out of the shade, Aflame and unafraid.

The new dawn blooms as we free it.

For there is always light if only we’re brave enough to see it, If only we’re brave enough to be it.




Soup of the Day: Sweet Potato and Coconut

Featured Entrée

Corned Beef and Cabbage 10.00- Served with braised cabbage and carrots



Soup of the Day: Ham and Bean

Featured Entrée

Beef Tips Stroganoff 10.00- Served over bowtie noodles and peas

Featured Catch

Red Snapper with Spanakopita 13.50 –Pan seared red snapper served with Spanakopita (Spinach Pie in Phyllo Dough)



Soup of the Day:Chicken Corn Soup

Featured Entrée

Coconut Curry Chicken 12.00 –Sautéed chicken thigh with a coconut curry sauce with red peppers, finished with fresh lime and cilantro served over rice noodles

Featured Catch

Oyster Stew Pie 12.00

Oyster stew topped with a biscuit dough and baked golden brown



Soup of the Day: New England Clam Chowder

Featured Entree

Veal Gruyere 12.00 – Sautéed veal cutlet with diced tomatoes and artichoke topped with melted gruyere cheese, served with mashed potatoes

Featured Catch

Sesame Crusted Salmon 12.50–With an apricot-ginger glaze, served with sautéed bok choy and fried rice



Soup of the Day:White Chicken Chili

Featured Entrée

Bone Inn Ham Steak 12.00 –Grilled ham steak with an orange-maple glaze, served with scalloped potatoes and steamed broccoli

Featured Catch

Scallops with Pumpkin Ravioli 16.00–Pan seared scallops, pumpkin ravioli on a bed of sautéed kale



Soup of the Day: Minestrone

Featured Entrée

Calves Liver 11.50 –Served with onion gravy, mashed potatoes and peas

Featured Entree

Chicken Croquettes 12.50–Served with buttered corn and sautéed spinach


Jan 25 – Jan 31

Call 5656 to place your order

SU 1/31

Sunday Menu

11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Three Cheese Omelet 9.00 – Served with a Home fries,

sausage and toast

Lemon Pepper Haddock 10.50 -Baked haddock seasoned with

lemon pepper, served with brown rice and glazed carrots

Soup of the Day:

Stuffed Pepper Soup

Full Regular Menu is Now Available Sunday!

Special Entrees served with one of the following:

Cup of Soup Small Tossed Salad Applesauce Fruit Salad Cole Slaw

Weekly Desserts

Homemade Dark

Chocolate Cake


Cherry Pie


Ordering Guidelines:

Per COVID-19 restrictions we are only open for take out and

curbside pick up.

Call 5656 to place your order

Side of the Week:

Italian Ditalini Pasta Salad Mini pasta with Italian meats, vegetables and herbs and spices


Side Dishes:

Steamed Broccoli

Glazed Carrots


Buttered Corn

Sweet Potato

Baked Potato

Onion Rings

French Fries

Sweet Potato Fries

Mashed Potatoes

Harvard Beets

2.00 per item


Soups and Salads

Soup Du Jour: Cup 3.00 Bowl 4.50

Tossed Salad 3.00

Large Caesar Salad 5.50

Add Grilled Chicken 2.00


Entrees include two side items and choice of:

cup of soup, small tossed salad, fruit salad or applesauce

Grilled Salmon Filet 13.50

Baked Haddock Filet 10.50

Chopped Steak 11.50

Fried Shrimp (5) 10.00

Grilled Chicken Breast 10.50

Fried Chicken Tenders 9.50


Pasta served with garlic bread and a soup or tossed salad

*Spaghetti with Marinara 10.00

*Spaghetti with Meatballs 12.00


Sandwiches served with one side dish option

(Soup- Add 1.00)

*Cheeseburger 8.00

On a Grilled Kaiser Roll with Lettuce and Tomato

*Hot Dog 6.00

On a Grilled Potato Roll with Diced Onion and Relish


Gluten Free rolls

and pasta available

at an additional cost

Ordering Guidelines:

Per COVID-19 restrictions we are only open for take out and curbside pick up.

Call 5656 to place your order




Breakfast Special

Bacon Egg and Cheese Breakfast Wrap with Fruit 5.50 Lunch Specials

Chicken Cordon Bleu Flatbread 7.00-Diced chicken, ham, boursin and swiss cheese on a naan flatbread

Flexitarian “Meatless Monday” 6.50– Apple-Gouda Grilled Cheese – Sliced apples, smoked gouda, & caramelized onions on grilled white bread

Soup of the Day:Sweet Potato and Coconut



Breakfast Special

Chipped Beef Gravy over Toast 5.00 Lunch Specials

Fried Shrimp Salad 7.50 –Crispy fried shrimp over spring mix lettuce with roasted red peppers, diced tomato, Monterey jack cheese, and chipotle ranch dressing

Carolina Pulled Pork Sandwich 7.00 –Slow cooked pulled pork with a Carolina BBQ sauce served on a ciabatta roll with cheddar cheese lettuce and tomato

Soup of the Day: Ham and Bean



Breakfast Special

Cinnamon-Apple Stuffed French Toast with Bacon 5.50

Lunch Specials

Monaco Grill Sandwich 6.50-Ham, turkey, and Swiss cheese on rye toast with sliced tomato, baby spinach and honey mustard dressing

Caprese Chicken Salad 7.00 – Grilled chicken over spring mix lettuce with fresh mozzarella, cherry tomatoes and a basil balsamic vinaigrette

Soup of the Day: Chicken Corn Soup



Breakfast Special

Mushroom, Steak and Swiss Quiche served with Fresh Fruit 5.50

Lunch Specials

Southwest Chicken Salad 7.00– Spring mix lettuce with crispy chicken strips, diced tomato, roasted corn, black beans and a chipotle avocado ranch dressing

Bistro Roast Beef Sandwich 7.00 – Roast beef with provolone, peppers, onions and blue cheese dressing on a grilled pretzel roll

Soup of the Day:New England Clam Chowder



Breakfast Special

Spinach, Ham and Swiss Omelet with Toast 5.50

Lunch Specials

Meatball Sub 7.50– Meatballs with marinara on a sub roll with homemade marinara and mozzarella

White Bean and Kale Caesar Salad 6.50 –Lightly sautéed kale with chopped romaine, white beans, croutons and Caesar dressing

Soup of the Day: White Chicken Chili



Breakfast Special

Sausage, Egg and Cheddar Sandwich on a Bagel with Fresh Fruit 5.50 Lunch Specials

Honey Dijon Chicken Salad 7.00– Spring mix lettuce, mushrooms, hardboiled eggs, bacon, red onion and tomato with Honey Dijon Dressing

New York Corned Beef Sandwich 7.25-Corned beef on Rye toast with coleslaw and Swiss Cheese

Soup of the Day: Minestrone



Consumer Advisory –

Thoroughly cooking

meats, poultry, seafood,

shellfish and eggs reduces

the risk of food borne



Jan 25 – Jan 30

Side of the Week:

Italian Ditalini Pasta Salad

Smoothie of the Week:

Orange Dreamsicle Smoothie 2.50

Coffee of the Week:

Winter Spice

Daily Extras:

Mon: Cinnamon Roll 2.50 Tue: Black Forest Strudel 2.50 Wed: Peach Coconut Parfait 2.50 Thur: Blueberry Muffin 2.50 Fri: Assorted Scones 2.50


Served From 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.


Served from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. COFFEE BAR 8:00-2:00

Weekly Desserts

Homemade Dark

Chocolate Cake


Cherry Pie


Ordering Guidelines:

Per COVID-19 restrictions we are only open for take out and

curbside pick up.



Coffee—regular & Decaf 1.50 Flavor of the week Coffee 1.50

Fountain Beverages & Ice tea 1.50 Bottled Soda 1.50

Smoothie of the week 2.50 Espresso Drinks 3.50


Fresh Baked Cookie 1.25 each / 3 for 3.25 Daily Featured Pastry 1.50-2.50


Breakfast Special served daily till 10:30. Eggs served with your choice of toast.

Two Eggs any style 3.50 English Muffin 1.00

Egg Sandwich 3.50 Toast .50

Egg Sandwich with meat 4.00 Bagel w/ cream cheese 2.00

2 Egg Omelette 4.75

(Add .50 for each additional filler) Home Fries/Hash Brown 1.25

2 Slices Bacon/2 Sausage Links 1.25

LUNCH ■Burgers

Served with lettuce, tomato, onion, cheese and your choice of applesauce, coleslaw, chips or side of day

Charbroiled Beef, Turkey or Garden Burgers 7.00 ■Salads

Salads to order are served with our toasted flat bread.

All Salads 5.25 for Small and 6.50 for Large (Garden Salad - Small 2.25/ Large 3.75) Classic Chef Chicken Caesar Grilled Chicken

Cold Sandwiches

Served on choice of bread, rolls or wraps and your choice of applesauce, coleslaw, chips or side of the day

All Deli Sandwiches 5.25/ Small and 6.50 Large

Turkey Ham Corn Beef Tuna Salad Chicken Salad Classic BLT ■Hot Sandwiches

Served with your choice of applesauce, coleslaw, chips, or side of the day

Reuben 6.75 Grilled Chicken Deluxe 6.50

Rachel 6.75 Hot Dog 4.75

Tuna Melt 6.50 Grilled Cheese 4.75

Philly Cheese Steak 6.75 Gourmet Grilled Cheese 6.00


House Prepared Soups-Cup 3.00 House Prepared Soup-Bowl 4.50

Sweet Potato Fries 2.00 Fruit Salad 2.00

Onion Rings 2.00 French Fries 2.00

CALL 717-624-5678 or Village extension5678—

Please call with order to Dine-in, Take-out orCurbside



s Get Fresh with the Dietitians!

Our CKV Dietitians always share lots of great, nutritious ideas and lately they’ve been especially

interested in ways to use produce that you may not have considered before. Here are a few

recent recipes they’ve highlighted while appearing on In Touch on Channel 25.

Apple and Pomegranate Crisp

Shared by Brigitte Brady from allrecipes.com Yields 8 servings


4 medium apples - peeled, cored and sliced

½ pomegranate, skin and light-colored membrane removed (arils are the part to be used) ½ cup brown sugar

1 tablespoon ground cinnamon ½ teaspoon ground nutmeg ½ cup rolled oats

½ cup all-purpose flour ½ cup white sugar

½ cup unsalted butter, melted Directions:

1. Preheat the oven to 375°F. Butter a 9x13-inch baking dish.

2. In a large bowl, toss together the apples, pomegranate arils, brown sugar, cinnamon and

nutmeg. Spread evenly into the prepared pan. In the same bowl, stir together the oats, flour and sugar. Rub in the butter between your fingers until the mixture resembles coarse crumbs. Sprinkle over the top of the fruit.

3. Bake for 45 minutes in the preheated oven, or until the apples are soft. Let stand 10

minutes before serving. Serve warm or at room temperature.

Lemon and Dill Pan Roasted Brussels Sprouts Shared by Laura Miller from iamafoodblog.com 1-2 tablespoons olive oil

1 pound brussels sprouts, trimmed and halved 1 tablespoon lemon juice

1 tablespoon chopped fresh dill Zest of 1 lemon

Salt and pepper, to taste

In a skillet, heat the oil over medium high heat. When hot and shimmery, add the sprouts, cut side down. Turn the heat down to medium and sear until golden, about 3 to 4 minutes. Flip the sprouts and cook the other side until brown and tender, another 3 to 5 minutes.

Remove from the heat and toss with lemon juice, dill, and zest. Season with salt and pepper to taste and enjoy!


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