Louise Swope expresses her shock at her surprise 90th birthday celebration outside of her Shippensburg home last Tuesday. She is being escorted by her son, Jerry, and daughter-in-law, Wilma.
A member of the Shippensburg First Church of God drives by Louise Swope’s home last Tuesday to wish Swope a happy 90th birthday. She decorated her vehicle with balloons and signs for the occasion.
Louise Swope of Shippensburg, middle, was given a surprise 90th birthday celebration by two of her three children, Jerry and Kim. Her daughter, Tina, was unable to attend. The family is posing next to a special sign celebrating Swope’s life.
A basket of cloth masks made by Angela Martin of Amenity Wraps in Chambersburg is pictured at a local business. Martin and a group of 12 local women sewed thousands of masks for community members. Martin donated the proceeds to the pandemic relief efforts.
A woman and two children brought signs to the protest. While adults made up the bulk of the protesters, several children also attended to support the Black Lives Matter movement.
A protester holds up a homemade sign during a peaceful rally against racial injustice in Chambersburg Monday, depicting a few of George Floyd’s last words in Minneapolis as a white police officer knelt on his neck, which eventually led to Floyd’s death.