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Members' Son Earns Eagle Scout Ben Crabtree, 17, son of Lancaster Liederkranz members Rebecca and Eric Crabtree of E. Hempfield Township was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout at the Troop 267.
For his Eagle project, Ben restored a recreational and educational area on the grounds of Hempfield High School. The project included disposing of dozens of wooden walkways, clearing debris, and removing and replacing new wooden steps into the area.
Ben is a junior at Hempfield High School. In addition to Scouting, Ben plays volleyball for the high school team and also participates in Model United Nations. He is involved in a local robotics team that competes in the FIRST Tech Challenge.
Ben's future plans include attending a four-year college to obtain a degree in political science or environmental science.
June 29 - July 12, 2020 Oberammergau Pssion Play and Tour through Germany A Globus / AAA excursion
Come join us to see the world famous Passion Play in Oberammergau which is included in this 13-day tour through beautiful Germany!
Member's Father has works displayed at MoMa (Museum of Modern Art) Juraj Neidhardt, father of Liederkranz Club member Tatjana Neidhardt will participate in the exhibition of former Yugoslavia architecture at MoMa New York (Museum of Modern Art) from July 2018 to January 2019. If you will be visiting New York City during this time, plan a visit MoMa and see Mr. Neidhardt and other leading Yugoslavian architects' works.
"The Museum of Modern Art will explore the architecture of the former Yugoslavia with Toward a Concrete Utopia: Architecture in Yugoslavia, 1948–1980, the first major US exhibition to study the remarkable body of work that sparked international interest during the 45 years of the country’s existence. The exhibition will include more than 400 drawings, models, photographs, and film reels culled from an array of municipal archives, family-held collections, and museums across the region, introducing the exceptional built work of socialist Yugoslavia’s leading architects to an international audience for the first time."