Founded in September 2013, Everyday Springfield delivers useful information to residents of Springfield Township, Montgomery Co., PA.
…a couple of busy parents who love living in Springfield Township. We do our best to collect and share information pertinent to those living in the area
…a medium for local businesses to showcase themselves. We highlight those that respect residents and offer good products or services
…facilitators for community involvement. If you want to start a running club, a mom’s group, or a social meeting (just to name a few), we’ll do our best to help you
…supporters of community service. Therefore, we allow non-profits to advertise a few of their major events for FREE
…huge fans of all things fun (sports, music, socializing, family activities)
…in love with the huge trees that make up the canopy of Springfield Township
…PENN STATE! Just kidding…we’re actually graduates of St. Joseph’s University and Gettysburg College, who also have Master’s degrees
We are NOT…
…affiliated with the township, but partner with residents, township officials and employees to share information with residents
…fans of complaining. If you are unhappy with something on the site, send us a useful suggestion to make it better.
…in favor of any political party. We profile all kinds of people, businesses, and elected officials. When it comes to elected officials, want to see the best, effective people elected. We feel those are officials that get things done which benefit township residents.
Nicole Grabus, aka The Brains, is a private tutor, former teacher, mom and “spectacular cook” (according to her husband). In case you ever need to bribe or win her over, there are a few things she can’t resist: a really good cup of coffee, anything chocolate, expensive red wine, and since living in Hawaii—a gorgeous ocean view!
Scott Grabus, aka The Brawn, is a software developer, dad, former football player, movie-lover and pickle-jar-opener. In his spare time, you can find him singing loudly in his car, jogging around Springfield, towing his kids around in the bike trailer, or fixing something at home.