Fall Pecan and Car Wash Pass Sale

Friends of the York County History Center Annual Pecan & Nut Sale

The pre-sale is now over.  Starting November 22, 2022 , a limited number of these items will be for sale at the Historical Society Museum, 250 East Market Street, Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm.  

This year the Friends are selling foil bags of: Roasted and Salted Cashews; Cinnaond Glazed Pecans; Dark Chocolate Covered Pecans; Pecan Mammoth Halves; Milk Chocolate Covered Pecans; Roasted and Salted Pecans; Pecan Caramel Clusters. All of these are available for the great low price of $13 per bag.

NEW THIS YEAR – Pecan Log, 4 oz. for $5.00.

These make terrific gifts and are useful for your holiday baking needs.  

After November 15, 2022 , a limited number of these items (order now so you can get what you need) will be for sale at the Historical Society Museum, 250 East Market Street, Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm.  

Questions?  Please call  Kathy Tendler at 845-464-0737 or Becky Cox at 717-495-6461.

You Can also support the Friends of the York County Hitory Center with a donation.

Friends Annual Mister Car Wash Pass Sale

In addition to Annual Pecan & Nut sale we are offering Mister Car Wash Passes. These make great stocking stuffers for the coming Holiday Season.  Your choices are:

EXPRESS $10/EACH
Exterior car wash plus T3 Cleansing Conditioner

EXPRESS PLATINUM $20/EACH
Express Car Wash plus HotShine Carnauba wax, Repel Shield, N1 Protectant, Underbody Wash, Wheel Cleaner, Tire Shine and Wheel Polish

FULL SERVE $30/EACH
Express Car Wash plus Interior Service includes carpet and seat vacuum, dusting of the dash and console area and cleaning of interior windows

You can order them here online , or you can download our  Car Wash Passes Form  and mail it with payment to Becky Cox 3751 Long Point Drive, York, PA  17402.  Questions, please contact Bonnie Rothert at  717-843-3170, email – bkrothert@aol.com or Mike Russo at 717-873-9274 or mrusso4@comcast.net.

All proceeds from this sale benefit the York County History Center.