Patch asks when Christmas jingles jive with you.
It feels like we've barely put away Halloween costumes and decorations and already the music is starting. I was picking up some non-Christmas things at Toys R Us the other day and what should I hear over the speaker system, but holiday music, mixed with other tunes. Local radio stations are pulling out the holiday favorites. But is it too early for B101 and BEN-FM to "Rock Around the Christmas Tree," if Tom the Turkey hasn't been properly stuffed? Is it too early for Christmas carols? What's your favorite Christmas carol? Do you prefer the holiday classics or more modern Christmas tunes? Let us know you think by voting in our poll and sharing your comments.
This Friday, Radnor inducted ten graduates into the RHS Hall of Fame, with a variety of careers including distinguished military officers, actors, athletes, writers, and businesspeople.
Radnor inducted ten graduates into the high school Hall of Fame on Friday. Those ten graduates were: 1. Mary Stengal Austin - Class of 1982 As president and CEO of Tierney Communications, Mary Stengel Austen leads one of the Mid-Atlantic Region’s largest communications companies. A graduate of Lafayette College, she is one of the top female CEOs and business leaders in the Greater Philadelphia Area. Her contributions to the community are substantive. She has served as United Way Campaign chair for Southeastern Pennsylvania and on its Board of Directors. She has received numerous accolades and awards for her civic and charitable endeavors. 2. Diane Cornman-Levy - Class of 1978 An alumna of Brown University, Diane Cornman-Levy earned a …