The Ephrata Situation

Photo courtesy of LNP

Wow.  The Wrap Up! Project has had an interesting week, to say the least, due to a situation in Ephrata, PA, USA where our first scarf bombing there drew complaints from a few individuals that veterans’ memorial pictured above was being “defaced” by our group leaving items out there.  As a result, the police chief in Ephrata told us to remove the items, which we did, or they would be disposed of.

The result of this situation has brought out quite an outcry of citizens in support of WUP’s work.  And a result of that has been a media frenzy for WUP’s founder, Angelia Reed.  She was interviewed by LNP/LancasterOnline, BRC News 11, WGAL Channel 8, WMPT Fox 43, and Penn Live. I encourage you to head on over to the WUP Facebook page for more information about the situation, what we’re going to do about it, and for further updates.

I’ll leave you with links of two of the articles that are available for your to read.

I’ll update here, too, with what’s going on with the future of Ephrata scarf bombings.

-Jenn, WUP’s Web Guru


Article Featuring WUL Founder, Angelia Reed

Wrap Up, Lancaster’s (WUL) founder, Angelia Reed, will be throwing out the first pitch of the June 24, 2016 game of the Lancaster Barnstormers.  She is being honored as a one of the Emerald Foundations‘ Emerald Hometown Hero.  Congratulations, Angelia!

Read the article below about Angelia that is currently in the Barnstormers program.

Article featuring Angelia Reed has Hometown Hero

Also, Blue Ridge Cable subscribers, Angelia is being interviewed by Sarah Veronis of BRC Cable 11 News for broadcast either the evening or late news.


For those attending the game, WUL will be having a table at there, and is looking for volunteers to staff it.  We will be giving out information, as well as selling tee and totes.  The more people volunteer, more of the game you get to watch! E-mail to sign up.


Don’t forget about the Big WUL Giveaway, and keep an eye out for more prizes!

WUL in the Media

The Wrap Up, Lancaster Project (WUL) has been fortunate to get some great media attention from our local outlets, namely Erin Negley of LancasterOnline and Sarah Veronis of Blue Ridge Cable 11.  Both have been outstanding supporters of the project from the beginning!

In case you missed out some great media offerings, here are a few articles and videos to get you caught up.


WGAL Channel 8

Sarah Veronis, BRC News 11

Keep an eye out for more posts about us in the media as WUL grows!