2017 Bi-weekly Schedules

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Regular Share Biweekly Schedule:

Tuesday pickups (Orrtanna, Gettysburg, Waynesboro, & Hagerstown)

  1. Biweekly I: June 6; June 20; July 4; July 18; August 1; August 15; August 29; September 12; September 26; October 10; October 24; November 7
  2. Biweekly II: June 13; June 27; July 11; July 25; August 8; August 22; September 5; September 19; October 3; October 17; October 31; November 14

Wednesday pickups (Fidler & Co in Biglerville)

  1. Biweekly I: June 7; June 21; July 5; July 19; August 2; August 16; August 30; September 13; September 27; October 11; October 25; November 8
  2. Biweekly II: June 14; June 28; July 12; July 26; August 9; August 23; September 6; September 20; October 4; October 18; November 1; November 15

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Summer Share Biweekly Schedule:

Tuesday pickups (Orrtanna, Gettysburg, Waynesboro, & Hagerstown)

  1. Biweekly I: June 20; July 4; July 18; August 1; August 15; August 29; September 12; September 26
  2. Biweekly II: June 13; June 27; July 11; July 25; August 8; August 22; September 5; September 19;

Wednesday pickups (Fidler & Co in Biglerville)

  1. Biweekly I: June 21; July 5; July 19; August 2; August 16; August 30; September 13; September 27
  2. Biweekly II: June 14; June 28; July 12; July 26; August 9; August 23; September 6; September 20

 

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    1. Alexavia says:

      Are we seriously saying that Italy after Galileo was less restrictive than medieval Italy?Italy had both more people in cities and more monasteries than the rest of Europe at the time. Italy had copavratimely fewer cities (and people) than the rest of Europe after the reformation, and the church became less important.

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