Spotted Lantern Fly Stomp and Egg Scraping

Local community group, Save Old York is holding a Spotted Lantern Fly Stomp and Egg Scrape on Sunday, Oct 17 from 1:00-3:00pm. Meet up at the Old York Village Park across from the Chesterfield Elementary School at 1:00pm to get your free SLF egg scraper and Ziplocs along with information on this invasive destructive species and how to help control them. Chose your area of attack and get to Stompin', Smashin'' and Scrapin'! 

Save Old York encourages attendees to bring their own tools for squishing and stomping but will provide the first 100 attendees w/ a free egg scraper courtesy of Viking pest control. Some suggested tools include shoes, fly swatters, empty wide open mouth bottles (Gatorade type) with the cap, 1 inch round stick (similar to a walking stick). 

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Sun, October 17
1:00 pm — 3:00 pm
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Local community group, Save Old York is holding a Spotted Lantern Fly Stomp and Egg Scrape on Sunday, Oct 17 from 1:00-3:00pm. Meet up at the Old York Village Park across from the Chesterfield Elementary School at 1:00pm to get your free SLF egg scraper and Ziplocs along with information on this invasive destructive species and how to help control them. Chose your area of attack and get to ...

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