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Last updated: March 3, 2011
Our September/October 2010 issue mailed on August 26, 2010; please allow up to 2 weeks for delivery. So, you should receive your magazine by September 10. If you don’t, call 1-800-537-2624.
The layout of the winning Close Up images in our 2010 photo contest can be downloaded as a PDF by clicking the image above or HERE.
The listing of New Deal Post Office art can be found HERE.
There is an item in the Sept./Oct. issue about a submarine lantern that was reproduced by students. The teachers involved in the project helped with three other projects that we have profiled in prior issues. To obtain a copy of those, click HERE.
Our July/August 2010 issue mailed on June 25.
For a listing of our photo contest winners, after July 1st, click HERE.
(download the photo contest winners spread as a PDF : photo contest 2010 scenics)
Our May/June 2010 issue mailed on April 29.
For the extra information about the contents page in that issue, click HERE.
Our March/April 2010 issue mailed on February 24.
For the event listings from 2009 for vacation/outing planning in 2010, click HERE!
Our JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2010 issue mailed on DECEMBER 28, 2009. Subscribers should receive it in the first two weeks of JANUARY. Start your subscription with this issue!
The West Chester WHEN YOU GO! information can be found HERE.
January/February 2010 Pennsylvania Magazine
Our September/October 2009 issue is still available.
You can start a subscription with this issue. Specify that you want the Sept./Oct. 2009 issue.
ABOUT THE COVER: Richard Messner of Duncannon won third place in the Pennsylvania Animals, Wild and Domestic, category of our 2009 Photo Contest with his image of a resident Broad-winged hawk that he photographed at Shaver’s Creek Environmental Center near Petersburg, Huntingdon County. The other winning images appear in this issue.
If you plan to go and view ELK this autumn, see our new post of Pennsylvania Game Commission elk viewing tips, and an HD video you can watch.
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