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The Window offers an insider's look at some of the news and events on both the EC-Grade 8 (Souderton) and Grades 9-12 (Lansdale) campuses.

The Window

The Window offers an inside look at the news and events of both the EC-8 and Grades 9-12 campuses.

Dock teams score at Whack & Roll

We are so grateful to the Mennonite Heritage Center in Harleysville for the Whack & Roll Nonprofit Croquet Tournament they hosted on Saturday, June 4, and to all the sponsors who contributed prize money. We have a special spot in our hearts for three teams who played well and won some of that prize money for Dock: Representing the Dock Board of Trustees, "Team Hope," Paul and Rina Rampogu (below), finished in 2nd place and won $2,000 for Dock courtesy of Detweiler Hershey & Associates. "Old and in the Way," a team consisting of Tim Fenchel ('92) and David Fenchel, finished 7th and won $250, and "The Whackmen," Daryl Hackman ('73) and Doug Hackman ('03), finished 8th and also won $250. The first place winners? The "Imperial Hotels," Andrew Derstine ('07) and Justin Burkholder ('17), who played for the Material Resource Center and won $4,000, with the prize sponsored by Bergey's Inc.. Thanks to the MHC and all the sponsors who contributed to the $10,000 total prize purse.

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Senior Presentation schedule

As part of the requirements for their Communications class, each graduating Dock senior prepares and delivers a 20-minute public presentation reflecting on the ways they have grown academically, socially and spiritually during their years at Dock. These Senior Presentations will be next week, June 6, 7 and 8, from 3:00 to 9:00 p.m. in three locations: Clemens Auditorium (chapel), Clemens Theater, and L-214 (a classroom in Longacre Center). Please see the schedule for details.

2022 Senior Presentation schedule

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The countdown is on!

We are thrilled to be back LIVE and in person for our 2022 Country Fair & Auction! This one-of-a-kind event will be better than ever, with new additions like fantastic food trucks, a cornhole tournament, and climbing wall combining with old favorites like a kids candy scramble, LIVE outdoor auction with Sandy Alderfer, BBQ chicken, strawberry pies and more. Reserve the date and plan to join the fun!

Keep an eye on our Country Fair & Auction web page for updates!

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New Dock gear available for a limited time

We are thrilled to be back in person this year for our 61st annual Country Fair & Auction on Friday, May 13. With spring and warmer weather on the horizon, we want to offer our Dock families and friends the opportunity to get their hands on some new Dock apparel as well. In addition to Dock t-shirts and  hoodies for both youth and adults, we also have bucket hats for sale again this year, and in celebration of our awesome "Bumble Bee" themed 4th grade quilt dreamed up by Dock parents Mrs. Trish Wozny and Mrs. Rachel Brubaker this year, we will also be offering yellow and black Dock t-shirts as well!

All proceeds from the online Dock apparel sale will go towards the Country Fair & Auction—our BIGGEST fundraising event of the year supporting students on both campuses. All merchandise can be picked up at the welcome table in the main lobby on Friday, May 13 from 5-9 pm! Dock's online store will be open until April 22. Happy shopping! 

If you have any questions, feel free to contact Linda Souder at the main office. 

Shop the Dock apparel online store


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