Lower Providence Police Department invited the students to help collect non-perishable food items for the 17th-annual Lt. Patty Simons Law Enforcement Food Drive.
In the main hallway of Eagleville Elementary School, next to a Mickey Mouse themed Christmas Tree, stood three large, open-ended boxes, overflowing with non-perishable food. The school had decorated the boxes with festive holiday colors. The front of each box was affixed with a sign that explained the food was for the 17th-annual Lt. Patty Simons Law Enforcement Food Drive of the Salvation Army. Judi Schmitz, Eagleville Elementary School counselor, who was credited with spearheading the food drive effort at the school, couldn’t tell for certain how much food was collected, as no official count was made. “But, it’s heavy,” she said with a smile. According to Schmitz, the food drive at Eagleville started when the students returned from …
Lower Providence Township honored members of Trooper Veterinary Hospital for service to the Police Department.
Call out to the community to help locate Janice Rubendall.
- POLICE & FIRE
Sunday, February 12, 2012
The Lower Providence Police Department and friends are asking for the public's help to find township resident Janice Rubendall, 25. She was last seen by her father Jan. 4, 2012. Rubendall was reported missing Thursday, Feb. 9. According to a press release from Lower Providence Township, Rubendall is 5 feet, 3 inches tall and weighs 110 lbs. She is an Iraq war veteran. Rubendall was known to frequent the Betzwood Park area near the Route 422 overpass prior to her disappearance. Rubendall’s vehicle, a white Chrysler PT Cruiser bearing a California license plate, was located and towed on Jan. 26, 2012. The vehicle was towed from the Riverview Condominium Complex in West Norriton Township near the Betzwood Park. Rubendall has a tattoo on her …