Florida Plain newspaper The Pinecraft Pauper gears up for season #2 The Pinecraft Pauper is a community newspaper of the Pinecraft neighborhood of Sarasota, Florida, home to a small but sturdy collection of Amish and Mennonites. The Pauper was founded by local writer Daniel Fisher, and features news, human interest stories, puzzles, cartoons, tips (“Make […]
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Love this post. Well, I like all of your posts but this one is closer home.
It looks like it would be a fun paper to read, even if you are not from Florida or Amish!
I would love to read the Pinecraft Pauper. I know it has to be very interesting
It looks like a fascinating paper… And a breath of fresh air from all the sad news out there.
Wow would love to read the paper! I hope I win! Thanks!
After meeting Sherry Gore via Facebook and her cookbook, her position as the Editor of the Pinecraft Pauper will surely make this newspaper interesting!
I’m curious… is this publication done entirely by Amish people? I am asking this question because of the photographs, which are not usually a part of
No, not entirely.
Dear Mr. Wesner & Pinecraft Pauper,
Please keep up all the great work with the Amish! There are many people who love the Amish, or who are fascinated by them or who are just interested in knowing more about them (as much as possible about them in my case). They set a wonderfully good example and deserve all the advertisement to help with their businesses. If only ALL of us lived lives as good as them. May God continue to bless them.
Leo, we have a photographer whose view from the lense of her camera is unlike any other. The rest are Beachy Amish Mennonite, (myself included), Mennonite, and Old Order Amish. And then there’s this Captain Ahab fellow. He’s in a class all by himself, though he does speak PA Dutch fluently.
I would love to read The Pinecraft Pauper. I use to live in Florida, went to Sarasota several times, but never went to Pinecraft. My friend I went with was always in hurry. Really would like to win Pinecraft Pauper.
I enjoy reading The Pinecraft Pauper online. I use to live in Florida and had heard about the lizards jumping from trees.
Keep up the good work.
I would love to win a copy of the Pinecraft Pauper. Something to look forward to in the mail box 🙂
I would love to read the Pinecraft Pauper. It looks like such a tight-knit community and I would love to be able to share the stories from the paper with my husband! 🙂
Thank you both Erik and Sherry for a chance to win a subscription to the Pinecraft Pauper. I have already posted on facebook and will be adding to my blog just as soon as I get my coffee. LOL. I am still not awake yet!!
Please count me in the contest of course, LOL.
OH! I would love to win a subscription! It sounds like such a fun paper! And with KT as the photographer, I’m sure it has excellent photos!
BTW, why am I no longer able to get to Katie’s blog? I miss it!
Mary, Katie’s blog was apparently hacked into. She shared the bad news with us on a post a couple of days ago. Sounds like she may have another one in the works though.
Please enter me for the subscription contest. I would love to receive these!
This looks like a great paper. I subscribe to The Diary and love it.
Interesting to read an Amish paper. I would love to win a subscription. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.
I would love to win a subscription! I would love to keep up with what’s going on in Pinecraft!
Hey Erik, I put it on facebook and in my blog and sent you an email. Count me in for three chances please. I sure would love to win this!!
Got you down Alice!
I have read some wonderful comments about the Pinecraft Pauper. I would love a chance to be able to check this out myself. I hope I am given this wonderful opportunity to do so. A Merry Christmas to you all.
looks like an interesting paper
Erik, I have read some wonderful comments about the Pinecraft Pauper. I would love a chance to be able to check this out myself. I hope I am given this wonderful opportunity to do so. A Merry Christmas to you .
I am going over to my FB page and post this contest now:-)
Would love to win . If I don’t how can I get one. Love to read it..
I’d love to be a winner of a subscription to Pine Craft’s new paper!!!
I would love to have a scrip to the P-Pauper!
I would love to read this paper. I am very interested in all literature of Amish culture and someday hope to be able to read one of the Budget publications. Thanks for a chance to win.
Thanks for the info about Katie’s blog. That’s too bad what happened!
Would really like to visit this area. The paper could be a great primer for a visit. Local things there are what I would be interested in. Especially with the Amish there.
My new blog is up, but I don’t have any pictures on it yet. Today I plan to go shooting pictures. It is the perfect weather and a high among of children here because of Christmas vacation. My blog’s name is:Katie in Pinecraft.
Great to hear that, Katie, and whenever it’s ready please let us know the address too so we can find you.
Would LOVE to win a subscription to the Pauper. 🙂 Thanks for the chane.
Would LOVE to win a subscription to the Pauper. 🙂 Thanks for the chance.
I know I will enjoy reading the Pauper as well as I do the Budget.
It is: http://ktkatietroyer.blogspot.com
This looks interesting,maybe I can use it to help teach my girls more about Amish…
I live in Switzerland, so I guess I am de facto excluded from entering the competition. However, reading an Amish newspaper in old Switzerland would be great!
Please enter me into the drawing!!
Never read it but would love to as I’ve seen the “Budget” and it’s a very unique paper! 🙂
thank you for the opportunity to recieve this publication, you are truely an angel in disguise sherry
Would love to win a subscription to the Pinecraft Pauper. count me in!
I would love to win this paper,I really enjoy reading the articles.
I’ve heard so much about it, would cherish a subscription to the Pinecraft Pauper. Thank you for this opportunity. Blessings.
Would love, love, love to win a subscription to the Pinecraft Pauper. To be able to read more of Sherry Gore and other Amish/Mennonite contributors would be a blessing. Looking at more of Katie Troyers pics would be wonderful also. Thanks for the opportubity Eric! Can you tell us in Deutsch how to say Merry Christmas?
Happy to share this neat paper JoEllen…and Merry Xmas in Deitsch? Good question…maybe Katie T or one of our other visitors with PA Dutch in the blood will see this and can help out here! 🙂