February 1, 2019

This year, Ralpho Township Community Park is 100 years old, buildings and equipment need repairs. The All Home Days Association is in the process of reorganizing and we have also begun to conduct fundraising events to raise the necessary capital to maintain our park. We held our annual Flea Market in May and Farmers’ Market use the grounds every Saturday morning in summer months.

Our annual St. Patrick’s party will be held on Saturday March 9, 2019 at the Elysburg Fire Hall. Doors open at 6:00pm with all you can eat and drink and entertainment provided by DJ Chad Evans. Donations are needed to help make our even successful. Tickets are $25.00 and can be purchased at Vought’s Equipment or Burch Drug Store in Elysburg.

Estimates for the critical repairs to the Exhibition Hall and the Dining hall that are rented require approximately $8,000.00 for repairs and upgrades. All Home Days Association wants to keep the grace of the grounds with the ideas to repair Exhibition building and Hamburger stand. The new Flower Show building will be constructed this year.

A donation gift basket, gift card, or certificate to help support our St. Patrick’s Day event can be dropped off at Finishing Touches Salon, 173 Fairview St. Elysburg or by calling Melissa Snarski at (570) 490-5894, or mailed to:
All Home Days Association
PO Box 308
Elysburg, PA 17824
(570) 490-5894

Our wonderful volunteers spend hours of their time keeping our Ralpho Township Community Park clean, mowed and landscaped. And our Garden Club provide hours with maintain flowers in the park. Our Ralpho township youth use our grounds for Little League baseball, cheerleading practice, and pre-school graduation. This year State Representative Kurt Masser held his Senior Expo in September, Meadowview Christian held their 21st fall festival for the first time at Ralpho Township Community Park. We have been finalizing our 100th Labor Day celebration that honors our veterans and active duty servicemen and women whom keep our nation safe and free, since 1919. “Thank You” to all our businesses and citizens whom give their time and donations.

Missy Snarksi, AHDA President

Fin#75-018969 (Email: