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Ann Cornell

Communications manager

Location icon United States of America

Ann Cornell is an innovative writer and editor offering comprehensive expertise in the publishing industry. She is a highly ambitious professional skilled at authoring, editing and publishing high quality literary works.
Ann is an insightful leader who effectively plans and prioritizes resources to meet deadlines in dynamic environments.

The Reporter
PHOTO GALLERY: Skippack Fourth of July Parade 2019

SKIPPACK - Dancers, musicians, veterans, law enforcement officers, firefighters, politicians, farmers, clubs, non-profits, business owners and others from various parts of the county took part in the annual Skippack Fourth of July Parade on Thursday, July 4. (Photos by Ann Cornell)

The Reporter
Lansdale Public Library to host Drag Queen Story Hour

LANSDALE - Children who attend the story hour at Lansdale Public Library at 10:30 a.m. Feb. 2 will still enjoy listening to books read aloud, a coloring activity and parent-provided snacks, but the host will be a first-ever for the library - drag queen Annie Christ will be their hostess.

The Reporter
Lansdale-area residents raise their voices for change in Bangladesh

LANSDALE - As the Bangladesh government continues its crackdown on news and protests in the wake of two students' traffic deaths, Lansdale area residents rallied Tuesday to protest the human rights violations and advocate for road safety in Bangladesh. "We want the world to hear our voices," said Adiba Ahmed, a Lansdale resident who helped organize Tuesday's local protest.

The Reporter
Lansdale honors Richard Stricker for lifetime of service

LANSDALE >> Former colleagues, family and friends remembered beloved Lansdale resident Richard "Dick" Stricker as he was named the first-ever posthumous recipient of Lansdale Borough's Lifetime Achievement Award on Founders Day, Saturday morning. "He was a unique personality and character in a borough that has many," Lansdale Historical Society officer Dick Shearer said during his remarks about Stricker.

Montgomery News
End of an era: Distelfink Bakery in Towamencin closes

TOWAMENCIN >> After nearly 30 years in business in the North Penn region, the doors of Distelfink Bakery abruptly closed Oct. 29. Would-be customers who have stopped at the store in the Allen Forge Shopping Center on Valley Forge Road have found the doors closed and locked.

Perkiomen Valley, PA Patch
Lights Shine for Brendan Murray

On another night, in years past, Brendan Murray and his football team of brothers would have taken to the field as his friends, classmates and family members watched from the packed home bleachers. The stadium would have been filled with screams as the crowd cheered the team onto victory.

The Reporter
Skippack garage destroyed by morning fire

An early morning blaze destroyed a Skippack home's detached, three-bay garage, Tuesday, June 5. The cause is still under investigation -- although it was not deemed suspicious -- and no one suffered any injuries, said Skippack Fire Chief Haydn Marriott IV.

The Reporter
Swaim Bikes holds presentation, demonstration at North Penn VNA

HATFIELD TWP. >> "Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer do ... ." An impromptu sing-along among the crowd, as well as laughter and a bit of education, occurred during Bob Swaim's recent presentation of his unique bicycle collection at the North Penn VNA.

The Reporter
Operation Homefront local office comes to Souderton

If you are a veteran or active member of the military who has served since Sept. 11, 2001, and you or your family need a bit of help, Operation Homefront's new Souderton office has its doors open for you.

The Reporter
PennSuburban Chamber honors notable community members

MONTGOMERY TWP. >> It was an evening of friendly jokes and heartfelt tributes for the honorees of the PennSuburban Chamber of Greater Montgomery County's annual Awards Celebration at Pinecrest Country Club Wednesday night. The ceremony recognized the work of notable members of the business and nonprofit realms, as well as their contributions to the greater community.

In Our View: Time goes on, but the memories of 9/11 remain

"At first, I thought it was an accident." It's a common reply when asking someone what he or she thought when news broke about a plane hitting one of the World Trade Center towers in New York City on Sept. 11, 2001.

Florence Nightingale Challenge participants net more than $21K for Manna on Main Street

LANSDALE >> Businesses large and small worked toward one goal throughout this past year - to raise money for Manna on Main Street. Participants in the annual Florence Nightingale Challenge gathered at Manna's dining area in the North Penn Commons complex for an appreciation breakfast Thursday as the organization's board members and employees thanked the assembled group for their efforts.

Perkiomen Valley, PA Patch
Painting with a Twist Comes to Skippack 'Canvas'

With the grand opening of Painting with a Twist - Skippack, on Thursday, Feb. 2, 12-year township resident Jennifer Elwell saw years of dreams and months of hard work come to fruition in bold, beautiful colors. Growing up, Elwell was a self-described "creative person" and remembers poring over the the design courses when she would peruse college course catalogs.

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Perkiomen Valley, PA Patch
Shop, Rock and Roll on Skippack's First Friday

Skippack residents and visitors shopped the stores, dined outdoors and bopped to the rhythms of several different bands dotting the village along Skippack Pike/Route 73 during the monthly First Friday event. Artwork and handmade crafts adorned the sidewalks and tabletops and admirers viewed the classic cars parked on the lawns and lots.