Come join us on a tasty tour of the Herr’s Potato Chip Factory

Please join us for the “Tastiest Tour In Town”!  It’s the REAL factory,
the REAL workers and the REALprocess Herr’s has perfected to make their
products taste REALLY great!
We’ll have a fun-filled morning of educational tidbits, technological feats and tasty little morsels!  Prior to the tour we will receive the inside scoop on the history of Herr’s.
  • The tour will take about 1 hour depending on the manufacturing schedule.  The tour is based around their live manufacturing and that schedule can change.
  • Please wear flat rubber soled shoes.  This is a walking tour.  There are no seating areas along the tour route.  During the tour we will walk outdoors between three different buildings.
  • Use of cameras and cell phones is not permitted on the tour.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Departure for the trip will be at 9:00 am SHARP from the Springfield Mall Parking Lot outside of Macy’s on the Baltimore Pike side.

Herr’s Snack Factory Tour
271 Old Baltimore Pike
Nottingham, PA  19362-9788

** $30.00 per person  
Includes round trip transportation, tour and lunch!
(Lunch includes: hot dog, peanut butter and jelly or chicken fingers with a small soft drink of your choice and chips.  Once registered, you will be contacted for your lunch choice as they need to be pre-ordered.)
ONLY 45 tickets are available so don’t wait…register now!!
** Transportation will be available provided the
 minimum number of participants register to attend.



As a Dad today — whether full-time employee or stay-at-home Dad, married or single –  you’re setting new standards for parental involvement.  And when your son or daughter is diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder and requires special education services in school, the stakes are higher and your role in the process becomes all the more critical.

If you’ve found yourself sitting in a school meeting where the language, players, and processes are confusing, you’re not alone.

If you’ve questioned whether your child is actually making progress in school, you’re not alone.

If you don’t know the difference between an IEP and an IU and could sooner put together a piece of furniture from IKEA without instructions than you can interpret your child’s testing scores, you’re not alone.

This workshop will replace questions with expertise and will help you gain the information and knowledge you need to effectively advocate for your child’s needs in school.  There’s no time to waste.

WHAT:  “The Dad Dilemma: Your Child, Autism, & Special Education℠”


Thursday, July 10th, Berwyn, PA

TIME: 12:00 noon – 2:00 p.m.

PRESENTER:  Debra Schafer, CEO & Founder

COST:  $75. (lunch will be provided)


  • Registration is required as seating is limited.  No walk-in registrations.
  • No refunds, however you may substitute a grandfather, uncle or similar only.
  • We recommend that you have a copy of your child’s Evaluation Report and IEP or 504 with you for reference.

Click here for Registration


The Arc of Delaware County has endorsed the Six by 15 Campaign

2015 will mark 40 years of IDEA and 25 years of the ADA.  

The Arc of Delaware County has joined the efforts of achieving six National goals by the end of 2015.   The Goals include:

Community Living
Healthy Living
Early Childhood

Click for further information on each of the goals.