Senator Bob Mensch (R-24) and Representative Paul Clymer (R-145) honored Sine’s 5 & 10 Cent Store with Senate and House citations during Sine’s 100th anniversary celebration on Friday morning.
For 100 years, the Sine family has owned and operated 5 & 10 Cent Store located at 236-240 West Broad Street in Quakertown.
The family-run business, now in its fifth generation, is owned by Bill and Marlene Harr.
“The Sine family’s dedication to the Quakertown community is commendable and their entrepreneurial spirit embodies the American dream,” said Mensch. “I congratulate Sine’s 5 & 10 Store on their 100 years in business and wish them continued success in the future.”
“Sine’s is a community treasure that brings back memories of days gone by,” said Clymer. “A staple in our business community, everyone cherishes the place this store holds in Quakertown’s rich history. I am honored to able to celebrate this milestone with the community and the Sine family, and present a citation commemorating the achievement.”
Sine’s soda fountain is open daily for breakfast and lunch, where meals are made from scratch including milkshakes, ice cream sodas and sundaes, has been a gathering spot for friends and neighbors for generations.