Buy A Brick Program


Friends of East Goshen, Inc is a 501(c)(3) that seeks to improve the historical, recreational, educational and environmental conditions in East Goshen Township and the greater Southeastern Pennsylvania Region.

Who are We?

Funding community-sponsored, family-fun activities with tax-deductible contributions

Upcoming Events

Saturday, June 3rd from 3pm – dusk.  Bicentennial Celebration of the division of Goshen Township into East Goshen Township and West Goshen Township.


Funding community-sponsored, family-fun activities with tax-deductible contributions


The Friends of East Goshen, Inc., (FOEG) was incorporated in 2013.  As a non-profit 501C3 corporation, FOEG in recent years has assisted the Township and the Park and Recreation Department by raising funds through individual and business contributions that are tax deductible.  This fundraising activity has enabled the Township to hold all of its events at East Goshen Park at no cost to the participants. The Friends is operated and directed by an all-volunteer Board of Directors. Almost all of the moneys raised and donated are used for the operation of the major Township events. Only costs for marketing materials are taken from these funds.  FOEG annually raises more than $35,000 from local contributors. More than 30 percent of individuals and businesses solicited make a contribution.

Mission Statement

The Friends of East Goshen will, through the solicitation and acceptance of funds, grants, and other gifts in kind, provide support for the preservation, improvement, and restoration of township parks, recreational facilities, open space, historical resources, and activities. This includes financial support of educational, social, and recreational programs and events designed to improve the quality of life for township residents and the community at large.


Joe Bove FOEG President Passes Away

On October 8, 2017 Joseph E. Bove, 81 years old, of Hershey’s Mill, West Chester PA died suddenly of complications following a recent surgery. Mr. Bove, a former systems analyst and graduate of Villanova University is survived by his beloved wife Joan of sixty years and many children, grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Mr. Bove enjoyed volunteering for many community and civic activities, also he was an avid runner and golfer.

Friends of East Goshen Buy A Brick Program

Interested in seeing your name (or your child’s name) at the new East Goshen playground? The Buy a Brick program is the perfect way to recognize your loved ones at the BIGGEST and BEST playground in Chester County! This program is managed by the Friends of East Goshen (501c3) Bricks are 4” x 8”, can hold up to 3 lines of twenty characters, and are just $100 via a tax-deductible donation to FOEG. Net proceeds from the Buy a Brick program will help fund future park improvement projects. The purchasing period starts December 10th and ends March 31st!

To order, visit:

Questions? Contact Jason at 610-692-7171 or

The Benefits of Supporting East Goshen Township

East Goshen Recognizes FOEG

Senya Isayeff, Chairman and Louis Smith, Township Manager recently presented this Certificate of Appreciation to the Friends of East Goshen for outstanding service. President, Joe Bove received the accolade and passed it on with good wishes to the board. FOEG has set some ambitious goals for 2017 and 2018. Future recreation projects in East Goshen look promising.


Fun for the entire family!

Easter Egg Hunt

The 22nd annual Easter Egg Hunt will take place on Saturday, April 15th. There will be more than 10,000 eggs for the children to collect. The Easter Bunny will make his grand entrance courtesy of the Goshen Fire Company. The event will feature Goshen donuts and hot coffee, just right for a cold spring morning. The fun will begin at 10:00 AM. Please have your kids in position for the fun.  Check your eggs because you could win big prizes if they have special markings. This event attracts some 1,500 people.

Bicentennial Celebration

Saturday, June 3rd from 3pm – dusk. Recalling the division of Goshen Township into East Goshen Township and West Goshen Township.  Events include a full day of family-friendly games and activities, live music, great food, and historical re-enactments and presentations, before culminating the best fireworks display in Chester County.

Pumpkin Festival

Mark your calendar for Saturday, October 15th and plan to attend the Harvest Festival, starting at 10:00 AM. This event will feature hay rides, a drawing contest for kids, a family pumpkin carving contest, frozen turkey bowling, a petting zoo, and pony rides. In addition, there will be free pumpkins for the kids, a raffle for the GIANT pumpkin and Farmers’ Market vendors. Be sure to enter the pumpkin pie eating contest. Over 2,500 people attend this event.

Tree Lighting

Plan to attend the Tree Lighting on Friday, December 9th, starting at 6:00 PM. This event, designed to put the entire family in the spirit of the season, features a visit from Santa, caroling, a dance performance, and the announcement of winners of the house decorating contest and the canned food drive for the West Chester Food Cupboard. The kids will also have an opportunity to visit with Santa.

Board Members

Hal Zuber, Jr.

Hal Zuber Jr., President, is a 40-year resident of East Goshen. Hal is a retired Chief Financial Officer of an industrial company and a member of the AICPA. A graduate of Clarion University, Hal is a former West Chester Area School Board member, Northbrook Canoe Board member, and now invests in small private businesses.

Greg Gaul

Greg Gaul is President of Gaul Advertising, Inc., and Founder of the Fireman’s Hall National Fire House and Museum in Philadelphia.  An avid golfer, Greg is a member of several golf clubs in the area and serves as Vice President of the Philadelphia Seniors Golf Association. A graduate of St. Joseph’s University, he is a resident of Ulster Village in Hershey’s Mill.

John Jam Jamgochian

John Jam Jamgochian is an Associate Broker with REMAX Preferred in the East Goshen Township office and has been active in real estate since 1990. He was active on the Park and Recreation Commission for the past few years and now serves as both Treasurer and Secretary of FOEG. He has been active in marketing FOEG activities to local businesses recently.

Michael Herron

A twenty-year resident of East Goshen Township, Michael Herron’s professional career focused on developing and managing strategic communications programs for public and private organizations. Prior to retiring, he served as the Executive Director for the Transportation Management Association of Chester County, Mr. Herron served as chief communications officer for several companies including SEPTA, Roy F. Weston and Interdigital Corporation. Mr. Herron holds a master’s degree in communications from Temple University and an English degree from St. Joseph’s University

Partial List of Contributors

Timothy Off Heating & Air Conditioning

MacElree Harvey, LTD

Unruh, Turner, Burke & Frees

Master P’s Tae Kwon Do

East Goshen Republican Party

New York Life Insurance

Friends of Dan Truitt


Underground Services, Inc.

Battavio Heating, Plumbing & AC

BB&T Bank, formerly Susquehanna Bank

Applebrook Golf Course

Boot Road Veterinary Clinic

Country Meadow Landscaping

Alliance Environmental Systems

Precision Mechanical Services

Conway Power Equipment

PA Leadership Charter School

IMX Management Services

Swiss Farms

Seltzer & Sons, DDS

Pipe Data View Services

AJ Blosenski, Inc.,

Charles H. MacDonald Electric, Inc.


Applebrook Associates, LP

Del Vecchio Landscape and Garden Center

Hershey’s Mill HOA

UPS Store

Shady Tree, Inc.

Lenni  Electric

Pennoni  Associates, Inc.

Buckley, Brion, McGuire and Morris LLP

Nicholas & Andrea Perakis


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