Children’s Easter Egg Hunt: April 13, 2019
Ladies’ Night Out – Nov.26, 2018
Funky Fall Fashion Show, Sept. 18, 2018
In September 2018, Longenecker’s Hardware donated $1,200 to the LititzRec and the Manheim Athletic Association for children’s athletic programs. The donation was from 10% of our School & Office Supplies department proceeds during the month of August. This is just one way we can give back to the community and thank our customers for shopping local.
Steve Ober presents $600 to the LititzRec. Steve Ober presents $600 to the MAA.
Easter Egg Hunt, March 24, 2018: Great Fun For the Kids!
Family Fun Day, March 10 2018
A FUN LADIES’ NIGHT: NOV. 27, 2017
We have a lot of new fashions! Photos from our 2017 Fall Fashion Show:
From our Easter Egg Hunt 2017. Cuteness overload & fun for all.
Our first Longenecker’s Fashion Show was held on Monday evening, September 12. Sixty ladies enjoyed seeing new Fall fashions modeled by our employees and friends, while enjoying food and prizes. Thank you to everyone!
Grillzone Grill Giveaway, May 21, 2016
CONGRATULATIONS to our prize winners:
4-burner Grillzone Grill – Tiffany Erb, Manheim
Flag Apron – Douglas Burkhart
Grill Brushes – Dustin Guillaume, Jane Alleman, Justin Walters
We appreciate our customers: big and small
It pays to shop local! Money goes back to your community.
September 10, 2015
Spring Home & Garden Event
Saturday, March 14, 2015 was our annual Lawn & Garden Show including vendors and training sessions including our own Dave Heilman speaking on “Old Wives Tales of Gardening”. Ask him about it next time you are in the store.
On a freezing cold day in March, Deb Good shows customers how to
enjoy gardening inside by planting house plants in unusual containers.
Giving Back to the Community, Sept. 2014
Pictured left to right: Karen Mailen, Executive Director of Lititz recCenter; Steven Ober, Longenecker’s Hardware;
Kate Tragis, President of the Manheim Athletic Association; Denise Geib, VP of the Manheim Athletic Association
Longenecker’s Hardware has donated $600 to the Manheim Athletic Association and $600 to the
Lititz RecCenter from a recent Back-To-School promotion at the store.
Longenecker’s donated 10% of their August receipts of office & school supplies to the two local charities.
The organizations will use the money for children’s athletics and sports programs.
“Thank you to the community for continuing to shopping local. The community has sustained us for
77 years and that enables us to give back by supporting sports, arts, education and local events,”
states Steven Ober, a co- owner of Longenecker’s.
According to the American Independent Business Alliance, dollars spent at local merchants create
a multiplier effect in the local economy, meaning that from each dollar spent at a local independent
merchant, up to 3.5 times as much wealth is generated in the local economy compared to a dollar
spent at a chain-owned business.
It was wonderful for all us gardners to spend a cold, snowy February morning learning about creating indoor
gardens and ecosystems with terrariums. Thank you to everyone who attended.
Ladies’ Night 2013 was a huge success! Thank you for your patronage.
We enjoyed our Greenhouse Seminar on making Fairy Gardens in October.
We were all anxious for Spring, and so were our customers.
Our Spring Lawn & Garden Open House was wonderful with gardening displays, door prizes,
grilled sausage by our resident grill master Bill Longenecker, hot popcorn,kiddie fun bags,
seminars, sales, and we were blessed with a nice, sunny day.
A special thank you to Penn State Master Gardeners and our vendor sales reps.
Thanks for making our Ladies’ Night, Christmas in Paris, a big success!
Our employees enjoyed it as much as our customers.
Longenecker’s donated $1,214 to the Manheim Athletic Association and the Lititz recCenter.
This was part of our back-to-school promotion when we donated 10% of all school & office supplies sales during August.
In September, Steve Ober, one of the owners, presented a donation check to Karen Mailen, Executive Director of the Lititz recCenter.