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The Mercury - News - 09/08/2005 - Pottsgrove teachers give strike notice
www.dailylocal.com, 8 Sept 2005 [cached]
"Frankly, we're very disappointed in the Pottsgrove Federation of Teachers," Darryl Hendershot, president of the Pottsgrove School Board, said in a prepared statement issued Wednesday morning.
"To welcome students back into the classrooms, then essentially shut the door on them days later is a disservice to the entire community," he
The release cited the union proposal for 5 percent salary increases each of the three years of a contract that caps the teachers' share of contributions to health insurance.
"While we are committed to providing a strong learning environment for our students and good facilities, we simply cannot afford the demands made by the federation," Hendershot
said in the release.
The Pottsgrove School District
www.pgsd.org, 18 Sept 2000 [cached]
Mr. Darryl Hendershot
The Mercury - Vo-tech project to build house is building heroes
www.pottsmerc.com, 19 Nov 2006 [cached]
So far the project has raised at least $100,000 in donations of cash and materials, according to Darryl Hendershot, a member of the Pottsgrove School Board and the head of the House for Heroes Committee.More than 100 organizations and individuals have made some sort of contribution.
Behind the bus was Darryl ...
www.pottsmerc.com, 22 May 2007 [cached]
Behind the bus was Darryl Hendershot, Pottsgrove School Board member and a founder of the House for Heroes idea, who drove his diesel pickup truck pulling a 16-foot trailer carrying tools and equipment.
The Mercury - Students building home for Iraq war veteran who lost house in hurricane
www.dailylocal.com, 11 Nov 2006 [cached]
That portion of the project is where help from the community is still needed, said Darryl Hendershot, a member of the Pottsgrove School Board and the head of the House for Heroes Committee.
Early estimates said it may cost as much as $25,000 to fly the center's work crew down to Louisiana and assemble the house for the Johnsons.
So far the project has raised at least $100,000 in donations of cash and materials, Hendershot
said.More than 100 organizations and individuals have made some sort of contribution.
"Everyone has been great.Marshall Oil said 'We'll give you the entire heating system,'" said Hendershot
We may have it on-site,'" Hendershot
What the project still needs is some plywood and two-by-fours for the interior walls, and money to allow the students to travel to Louisiana and finish what they started, Hendershot