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It has been named the “Top Family Attraction Worth Traveling For” in Pennsylvania by FlipKey, a TripAdvisor company. The World of Little League Museum was built in 1982 and renovated a few years ago in an effort to advance its technology and create a destination that has something for everyone. Little League settled on a theme of six innings for the museum, with each covering different topics…from a straight up museum setting in the second inning to the kid-friendly interactive area that is the fourth inning. The museum is open all year-long with the exception of major holidays and only costs 5 dollars. As you would imagine, it’s the busiest time of the year is during the Little League World Series.

Eli DeHart has been working with sheep since he was six. He’s currently caring for 160 dorset sheep and it can be pretty time-consuming. While he sticks to about five hours a day each weekday so he can get his kids to and from school, there are trips out here at night. He not only feeds the sheep and makes sure they have plenty of room to roam, he also has to make sure they are healthy…including their hooves…which he takes care of in this contraption. There’s another chute here for shearing, but DeHart brings in a specialist to handle that job. The dorsets are bred for meat production, and DeHart has become an expert on recipes he can pass on to his customers.

You can hear more about this lamb farm near Milton and what else you can see in the World of Little League Museum on the next episode of In Your Neighborhood, Wednesday night at 6:30 and 9:30, right here on SECV8, exclusively on Service Electric Cablevision.


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