Community members keep hand wound clock running in Gap

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GAP, LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa.-- The Gap Clock Tower has been hand-wound for over 100 years.

In fact, community members wind it twice a week.
The volunteers that keep the clock and its tower going are looking for new members.
Membership cost $12 a year, and that helps to pay the tower's electricity, insurance, and maintenance.
For more information, contact Kathy Stern at