Thursday, July 29, 2010

Barry Bernson, Dainty Champion

Congratulations to Fox 41 news anchor Barry Bernson, 2010 Dainty champion with a hit of 126 feet!

Monday, July 26, 2010

Dainty Tournament tonight!

Tonight-the 40th Annual Historical Dainty Contest, 1000 Goss Avenue, 5:45 PM, with kick off by Mayor Jerry Abramson.

Lots of family fun for all. Good old cotton candy, sign up for the grand prize, donated by Tim Cain of Zeppelins, John Murrow of Check's and Donna Hall and Gary Allen of The Place to Go Hairstyling, a 32" Flat Screen T.V. Plenty of door prizes at the end of the live music by Rascals of Ragtime.

Monday, July 19, 2010

Goodbye, Flabby's!

It's the end of an era. Flabby's is closed. The business is for sale, so let's hope someone will keep the history and tradition alive.

Much discussion is happening here:!/pages/Germantown-Schnitzelburg/270875305394

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Germantown-Schnitzelburg Pub Club

It's been a while since we updated the blog! There's been so much activity on the Germantown-Schnitzelburg Facebook Page that we've been hanging around and posting pictures over there. Last night, though, there was a great meeting of the new Germantown-Schnitzelburg Pub Club, so we thought we would post some photos.

the Pub Club is an informal group that likes to get together and support our local pubs and restaurants by meeting up to eat and drink! This month's meeting was at Pauly's Schnitzelburg Pub. Pauly was a great host and Danny Mac's Pizza generously donated several pizzas!

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Schnitzelburg Walk May 8

Tonight (May 8) is the Schnitzelburg Walk! Be respectful, be safe and make sure to bring all open containers inside before midnight. Start anywhere, but most of the action is on Hickory between Goss and Burnett.

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Go Green Germantown Kicks Off With Tree Planting at Mo's on Goss

Danny Mac's brought pizza!

This photo: SACC Board members Gary Allen, Susan Brunton, Mike Morris and Marilyn Steinmetz.

Susan Brunton, the Schnitzelburg Area Community Council Board member behind Go Green Germantown, kicked off the neighborhood beautification project with a redbud tree planting at Mo's on Goss. The event on May 6 attracted neighbors from all over the neighborhood who volunteered their time and labor. For more information, visit Go Green Germantown's website: