May 17, 2007
Forgetting About the Fight for a Day of Fun
Dozens of local kids get a chance to forget about fighting cancer. It happened at Dutch Wonderland in Lancaster County Thursday. 35 families being treated at Hershey Medical Center were invited for a free day at the amusement park. An employee of the par... Read More »
September 18, 2006
Theme park crews strike a blow for Habitat - Lancaster Newspapers
Leaving the friendly confines of the Dutch Wonderland kingdom, Tim Ober sweated it out Friday morning in a dusty, debris-filled building near the intersection of King and Plum streets.
Ober, Dutch Wonderland’s suit-and-tie director of operations, felt his grimy shirt sticking to his back after spending the morning hanging drywall in a pair of homes for Habitat for Humanity.
He and 35 other theme park employees are well on their way to logging more than 1,300 hours working on the community service project with Habitat for Humanity and Tabor Community Services.