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vendors and crafters include the Petal Pusher Floral & Gift Shop, homemade cookies, “Passion for Purses,” a raffle for designer label purses, the Russian raffle where you can take chances on the gifts on display, homemade kolachi, homemade bread, homemade desserts, jewelry, art work, household products, candles, soaps, kielbasa, scarves, wood matroshka (nesting dolls), samovars, amber jewelry, ornaments, olive wood manger crafts and more. On Friday, the menu includes homesets, table coverings, pysanky, icons, books made pierogies, halushki, clam chowder, and more. This year the gift shop will be pizza, fish dinners, fish sandwiches, offering 50 percent off many items. grilled shrimp Caesar salad, spanakopita Sorochka said Baba’s Boutique is a favorite stop for those who enjoy finding and mac and cheese. On Saturday and Sunday the menu is more extensive, “real treasures” of years gone by. Other
St. John’s in Mayfield kicks off shopping season
by Christopher Cornell
The time for costumes and candy bars is over, and it’s time to start your search for that perfect gift for everyone on your list. For more than two decades, one place to get a lot of them — along with some tasty homemade food to keep your strength up while you shop — has been the annual Christmas bazaar at St. John’s Russian Orthodox Cathedral in Mayfield. This year the three-day event will take place on Friday through Sunday, Nov 9 to 11. As in past years, it will fill up every corner of the Parish Center across from the church on Hill Street. Hours for the bazaar are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday. Admission is free. “The best part of the event is the working together as a parish family,” said V. Rev. John D. Sorochka, pastor. “Parishioners of all ages get together to do this for our church. It’s a lot of work, but along with the work comes a lot of fun and love — love for our parish and love each other.” Crafters and vendors will fill two levels of St. John’s Center, where a large variety of items will be on sale. St. John’s Gift Shop offers many imported gifts from Russia, Greece and the Holy Land including
The Valley View’s Soccer program celebrated senior night |PAGe 8-9 featuring Friday’s menu plus homemade halupki, various dinners, gyros, sausage and pepper sandwiches, pork sandwiches, meatball subs, soups and other items. “We look forward to seeing old friends from previous years and making new friends who have decided to come and see what our Bazaar is all about,” Sorochka said. “We start planning for the next Bazaar as soon as the present one ends. We talk over the high and low points of the three-day affair and discuss what we can change for next year’s. The actual physical work for the Bazaar begins in July with the making of 15,000-plus pierogies.” For more information, call 570-876-0730.
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The Carbondale Public Library, 5 N. Main St., will host an adult creative writing group, which will meet at 11 a.m. on Fridays, Nov 2, 16 and 30. This group of authors and aspiring authors will explore creative writing. For ages 18 and older. Register in-person or call 570-282-4281.
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The Blakely Papa Bears club will meet on Tuesday, Nov. 6, at 7 p.m. at Shopa-Davey Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 6082, 123 Electric St. in Peckville. On the agenda: the Christmas party.
The Lackawanna/Susquehanna Office of Drug & Alcohol Programs will sponsor a medication takeback event on Saturday, Nov. 10, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Medicap Pharmacy, 518 Burke Bypass in Olyphant. Items being accepted include: prescription medications, over-the-counter medications, pain relief, antacids, cold medications, laxatives, eye drops, dietary supplements, vitamins, herbal supplements, topical medication, creams/ointments and pet medication. No needles, inhalers or open liquid medications. Call 570-963-6820 ext. 1514.
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The Eynon-Archbald Lions Club will host a trivia night challenge on Saturday, Kingsbury Lodge No. 466 F.&A.M., Nov. 10, at the John Niedzinsky American 410 Delaware Ave. in Olyphant will hold a Legion Post No. 624, 436 Main St. in Eynon, takeout-only roast beef dinner on Saturday, beginning at 6 p.m. Tickets are $20, which Nov. 3, 4-6:30 p.m. Tickets are $10; $6 for includes trivia game and prizes, freshly kids 5 to 12. For tickets call 570-383-1437 made hoagies, snacks, dessert and comor 570-906-5359. Tickets are available at the plimentary adult drinks. Team tables of 8 door. are suggested. Reservations must be made prior to the event by calling 570-881-6473. Seating is limited. • The monthly meeting of the Northeastern Detachment Marine Corps League and Museum will be held at the Detachment, Taylor Community Library, 710 S. 1340 Alder St. in Scranton on Sunday, Nov. Main St. in Taylor, will host a Ukrainian 4, at 2 p.m. Installation of Officers will take pysanky holiday ornament class on place. Saturday, Nov. 10, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The • The 243rd birthday of the Marine Corps cost for the class is $20 per person, which will be celebrated at the Northeastern Deincludes all supplies needed. Space is tachment on on Saturday, Nov. 10. Lounge limited and reservations are required. Call opens at 1 p.m. ceremony 6 p.m, buffet is 570-562-1234 for more information and $10. The public is welcome. to register.
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The Lackawanna County Library Bookmobile will be at the Mayfield Borough Municipal Building, 739 Penn Ave., Monday, Nov. 5, 1:15-1:45 p.m. Residents can check out books, CDs, audio books, videos and other items and return them when the bookmobile returns in four weeks. Call 570876-4391 for more information.
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The First United Methodist Church of Carbondale, 20 N. Church St., will celebrate its annual bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 10, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. There will be a bake sale, a Christmas table and more. A luncheon will be served 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
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The Browndale Fire Co. will conduct its annual drive-through -only fall chicken barbecue on Sunday, Nov. 11, 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Browndale Fire Station located at 620 Marion St. in Browndale. The menu includes half a chicken, baked potato, green beans, homemade cole slaw, roll and butter and desserts. Tickets are $9 and are available from any member or at Tobacco Road, 607 Main St. in Forest City (570-785-2123); Franceski Lumber Yard, 900 Main St., Forest City (570785-3516); Red Cross Pharmacy, 420 Main St., Forest City (570-785-5400); NAPA Auto Parts, 429 Main St., Forest City (570-785-9000) or by calling the
fire station at 570-785-5300; leave a message. Visit 43fire.com or their Facebook page. Tickets are advancesales only or until sold out. Proceeds from the barbecue will benefit the fire company.
Marywood University’s music, theatre and dance department will hold its fall wind ensemble and wind symphony concert on Sunday, Nov. 11, at 4 p.m., in the Sette LaVerghetta Center for Performing Arts. The concert is free and open to the public. For additional information, email email@example.com, or call 570-348-6268.
The Altar and Rosary Society of Blessed Sacrament Parish, on Rebecca Street in Throop, will host bingo on Sunday, Nov. 11. Doors open at noon; start time at 1 p.m. Your ticket includes 16 regular games and the jackpot game. Along with your purchased ticket, if you bring 5 nonperishables can goods, you will receive an extra playing card. All donated food, will go to the local food bank. Tickets are $5 in advance, $7 at the door. For tickets or information, call 570-540-1154 and leave a message.
On Nov. 9, 1974, an eerie light appeared in a pond near Russell Park in Carbondale. Was it a spaceship or just a teenage prank? On Thursday, Nov. 8 at 7 p.m., the famed Carbondale UFO sighting will be discussed at the Carbondale Public Library, 5 N. Main St., by Dr. S. Robert Powell, president of the Carbondale Historical Society. Register in-person or by calling 570282-4281.
The Blakely-Peckville Lions Club meeting scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 6, has been changed to Tuesday, Nov 13, due to Election day. The meeting will be held at the William Hopkins American Legion Post No. 570 in Blakely at 7:30 p.m. Anyone interested in becoming a member is welcome to attend. President Bill Tarby will preside.
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The “Up the Eynon” craft vendor show will be held on Sunday, Nov. 4, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Valley View High School, 1 Columbus Drive, Archbald. The event features more than 40 vendors selling candles, jewelry, scarves, maple syrup, custom tackle and bait items, handmade doll clothes, gift baskets and more. Homemade food will be available and there will be raffles. “This is the third year for the ‘Up the Eynon’ Marketplace of crafters, vendors and food vendors,” said Judy Rudalavage, one of the organizers. “The show was orginally held on Business Route 6. The size of the event increased and along with its overwhelming attendance, we are now in a new location, the Valley View High School.” New this year is the “Light Up a Life” Christmas tree fundraiser. Each attendee will be able to purchase a named ornament in memory or honor of a loved one. The ornament will be
displayed every year on the Christmas tree at the gazebo on Betty and Thomas streets in Eynon during the Christmas sSeason. The cost of each ornament $5. There will also be face painting for the kids. The proceeds go to the Archbald Borough annual children’s Christmas Party to be held this year on Saturday, Nov. 24, at the Eynon-Sturges No. 3 Hose Co. A tree lighting service will take place followed by festivities of carriages rides a visit from Santa, music with food and refreshments. “We must thank the Valley View school board members for the use of school and we must thank the business manager and maintenance manager for the ground set up for the show,” Rudalavage said. Admission to the event is free. For more information, call 570-876-2423 or 570-876-3060.
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1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese 2 tablespoons fresh parsley, finely chopped 1/4 cup skim milk Grease an 8-by-8-by-2-inch baking ROASTED GARLIC POTATO SOUP dish. Place chicken pieces flat on 6 medium baking potatoes, peeled, cutting board and cover with plastic or waxed paper. Flatten each breast cut into 1-inch pieces piece to a ½ to ¼-inch thickness 2 tablespoons olive oil 1/2 teaspoon black pepper by pounding with a meat mallet. Remove plastic or waxed paper. Place 6 whole cloves garlic, peeled 1 piece cheese and 1 slice pastrami 1 medium onion, chopped on each breast. Fold long sides of 3 cups chicken broth each chicken piece in over meat. Roll 1 cup water up chicken from short side; secure 1 cup whole milk with toothpick. Mix bread crumbs, Salt to taste 4-ounces Cheddar cheese, shredded Parmesan cheese and parsley. Dip chicken breast rolls into milk; coat Preheat oven to 375º. Place cubed evenly with bread crumb mixture. potatoes in roasting pan; drizzle with 1 tablespoon of oil and sprinkle Place seam sides down in baking with pepper. Stir to coat. Bake, dish. Heat oven to 350º and bake, uncovered, about 45 minutes or until uncovered 25 minutes. Stir and turn golden brown. potatoes with large metal spoon and toss in whole garlic cloves. Bake 20 MAPLE-GLAZED TURKEY BREAST to 25 minutes or until potatoes are 5-pound turkey breast (with bone browned. Heat remaining oil in a and skin) 3-quart saucepan and add chopped 1/4 cup unsalted butter, melted onion; cook and stir 5 minutes. Set 1/2 teaspoon each: salt and pepper aside 1 cup roasted potatoes. Add 1/3 cup each: cranberry juice and remaining roasted potatoes and garlic to onion mixture in saucepan. Stir in maple syrup 1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice broth and water. Bring just to boiling; Preheat oven to 350º. Place turlower heat and simmer, covered, for 20 minutes, or until potatoes are very key breast on rack set in roasting pan; brush with 1 tablespoon butter. tender. Spoon about half of potato Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Bake mixture into blender or processor. Cover and blend until nearly smooth. for 50 minutes. Prepare glaze: In saucepan heat remaining butter, cranRepeat with remaining mixture and berry juice, maple syrup and lemon return all to saucepan. Stir in 1 cup juice to boiling over medium-high milk; season with salt to taste and heat thoroughly. Ladle into soup heat. Lower heat and simmer slowly bowls and top each serving with some for 15 minutes, reducing glaze to 1/3 cup. Keep warm. Brush turkey with of the reserved roasted potatoes and glaze; bake 30 minutes more. Brush shredded cheese. Yield: 6 main-dish turkey with glaze every 10 minutes servings. and after removing from oven. Let turkey sit 10 minutes before carving. ITALIAN CHICKEN ROLLS 4 boneless, skinless, chicken breast Yield: 10 servings. halves (1 pound) BREAD-ROLL STUFFING 2 slices mozzarella or provolone cheese, cut in half 1 stick butter 2 cups chopped onions 4 thin slices pastrami, ham or tur1 turkey liver, cut into small pieces key ham 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg 1/3 cup Italian-style dry bread Salt and pepper to taste crumbs Halloween just passed, so Thanksgiving will be here before you know it. Here are some great recipes to help you plan your holiday feast. Enjoy.
12 day-old hard rolls, soaked 5 minutes in cold water and squeezed dry 2 eggs, slightly beaten 1/2 cup chopped parsley Melt butter in large skillet over medium heat. Add onions; cook about 5 minutes or until lightly browned. Stir in liver, nutmeg, salt and pepper; cook 2 minutes longer. Tear rolls in small pieces. Add to onion mixture in skillet and cook over low heat, stirring occasionally, about 5 minutes until excess moisture evaporates. Remove from heat. Stir in eggs and parsley; blend well. Bake in a shallow 2-1/2-quart casserole in a 350º oven 20 minutes or until browned. Yield: 10 cups stuffing.
1 (8-ounce) container frozen whipped topping, thawed Heat oven to 350º. Combine all crust ingredients in a small bowl; stir until blended. Reserve 2 tablespoon crumbs for topping. Press remaining crumbs over bottom and up sides of a 9- or 10-inch pie pan. Bake for 6 minutes; cool. Combine all filling ingredients, except whipped topping, in a large bowl. Beat 2 minutes at medium speed. Fold in 1 cup whipped topping; pour into cooled, prepared crust. Spread remaining whipped topping over filling; sprinkle with reserved 2 tablespoons crumbs. Refrigerate at least 4 to 5 hours before serving. Store in refrigerator. Yield: 8 servings.
SWEET POTATOES AND PARSNIPS water 1/2 stick butter 1-1/2 pounds sweet potatoes, peeled and cut in julienne trips 1-1/2 pounds parsnips, peeled and cut in julienne strips pinch of nutmeg In a large skillet, bring about 1/2inch water to a simmer. Add butter or margarine; heat until it melts. Add sweet potatoes and parsnips. Cover and cook over medium-high heat 2 minutes. Remove cover; cook about 2 minutes longer until tender. Sprinkle with nutmeg before serving. Yield: 8 servings.
MAPLE NUT SHORTBREAD COOKIES 1 cup unsalted butter, room temperature 1/2 cup maple syrup, room temperature 1/2 teaspoon salt 3 cups all-purpose flour 1/2 cup finely chopped nuts Cream soft butter with electric mixer. When somewhat fluffy, gradually add the maple syrup. Add salt, then flour, 1/2 cup at a time. If the mixture starts to clump too much in the beaters, switch to a wooden spoon. Mix in nuts. Divide dough into quarters. Shape each quarter into a log about 2 inches in diameter and 4-1/2 inches long. Wrap each log in plastic wrap; chill 3 hours. Preheat oven to 300°. Cut each log of chilled dough crosswise into 1/4-inch thick slices. Place 1 inch apart on ungreased cookie sheets. Bake 20 minutes or until light golden. Remove to wire rack. Cool. Yield: 6 dozen.
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day, Nov. 4, noon to 4 p.m. at the post home: 161 S. Main St. in Archbald. Tickets are $10. Dickson City Light and Banner Association will sponsor the fifth annual children’s Christmas col- Eat in or take out. Tickets can be obtained by contacting the Legion at 570-876-1616. oring contest. The contest is open to all Dickson City residents age 5-12. Prizes will be awarded to CemeterY assoCiation dinner: St. the winners in three age groups. In addition, the Francis Cemetery Association in Eynon will grand prize winner in each group will have the hold its annual takeout-only pasta dinner and honor of lighting the Christmas tree at the free basket raffle on Sunday, Nov. 4, noon to 4 p.m. 2018 community Christmas event, “ A Dickson at Roseanna’s Pizza and Pasta House, 1132 City Christmas” on Sunday, Nov. 18. Coloring Main St. in Peckville. Tickets are $10. Call page and entry forms may be picked up at: NBT 570-489-4421 or 570-876-1169. Bank, Main & Boulevard Ave.; Fncb Bank, 934 Main St; The UPS Store, 1330 Main St.; and the food/Clothing distriBution: Rescue & Dickson City Municipal Office, 801 Enterprise St. Restore Church, 125 Lackawanna Ave. in Olyphant, The entry deadline is Thursday, Nov. 15. now offers food distribution on the first Monday of
Pierogie sale: All Saints Orthodox Church,
211 Willow Ave. in Olyphant, sells frozen pierogies Fridays, 9:30-11:30 a.m., and Sundays, 10:30-11:30 a.m. Price is $6.50 per dozen. Call 570-383-0785 or 570-489-5591 for more information.
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will present “A Bad Year for Tomatoes” Friday through Sunday. Nov. 2-4 at Providence Playhouse, 1256 Providence Road in Scranton. Thursday, Friday and Saturdays are at 8 p.m.; Sunday shows are at 2 p.m. Tickets are $12; $8 for Seniors and students. Call for Reservations at 570-342-9707 or email email@example.com. The show is a comedy about an actress who flees to an isolated cottage to write her autobiography, but gets constant interruptions.
ChurCh dinner: Peckville United Methodist Church, 732 Main St., will hold a takeout-only roast beef dinner on Saturday, Nov. 3, 3:30-5:30 p.m. Drive through from Main St. Tickets are $12 if ordered by Saturday, Oct. 27. Call 570-489-6093.
each month (next distribution Nov. 5), 2-4 p.m. The church also has a clothing distribution on the first Friday of each month (next distribution Nov. 2) 2-4 p.m. The church is in need of clothing, especially winter clothing.
leaf ColleCtion: Archbald Borough will begin fall leaf collection by vacuum truck on Monday, Nov. 5, for two consecutive weeks. Rake leaves to curbside by 7 a.m. on the morning of collection. No bags permitted. Your recycling day determines the day of collection: Wednesday recycling — have leaves curbside on Monday; Thursday recycling — have leaves curbside on Wednesday; Friday recycling — have leaves curbside on Friday. There will be one more leaf collection during the week of Dec. 3, on your recycling day, and will then cease until spring 2019. The last day to request branch chipping will be Friday, Oct. 26. Ashes will be picked up every Tuesday beginning Nov. 6.
historiCal soCietY: The Greenfield Township Historical Society will meet on Monday, Marchegiani Foundation will hold its annual Nov. 5, at 7 p.m., at the Greenfield Township pasta dinner on Saturday, Nov. 3, 5-8 p.m. at Cafe Soriano, 523 Main St., Peckville. Eat in or Municipal Building. The Greenfield Township Historical Society take out. For eat-in reservations, call 570-383will sell food, beverages and historical society 5425 by Wednesday, Oct. 31. Dinners are $12. items Tuesday, Nov. 6, at the Greenfield TownPorketta sandwiches will be sold for $3.50 each. ship Municipal Building, 424 Route 106, during Basket raffles will also be featured. For tickets Election Day starting at noon. There will also be call 570-499-1794. an opportunity to purchase or renew memberships and donations are always welcome. Volunlegion dinner: The Hricak McAndrew teers are also needed to help. Call 570-282-4331 American Legion, Post No. 869 is holding its annual turkey dinner and basket raffle on Sun- for more information. foundation dinner: The Nadine Cenci
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Bowling Scores Valley Lanes Oct. 20 Senior Citizen Mixed: Cracker Jacks won 3.5 points. Jay Birds, Lucky Strikers and Gravity Railroad won three points. The “4” Amigos and Spare Parts won two points. Double Trouble, Used Parts, Luv-a-bowls won one point. Split Happens won 0.5 points. The individual female high series was bowled by Lori Eshelman with a 561. She also had the individual female high game with a 213. The individual male high series was bowled by Tony Zedar with a 533. He also had the individual male high game with a 197. Other scores were: Thelma Lowry 111-116-315, Betty Carachilo 127-120-132-379, Rose Nichols 167-126-134-427, Hal Walshaw 172-148-177-497, Toni Strada 137-109-116-362, George Ulan 141156-173-470, Angie Atkinson 112-106, Caroline Lynch 109-109316, Mable Kane 154-167-150-471, Jay Santos 156-138-162-456, Lois Salansky 112-111-320, Georgeann CAlabro 139-137-117-393, Pat Salak 125-144-361, Lori Eshelman 181-167, Lois Leonard 118, Lorraine Andrukat 151-139-127-417, Geri Pettinato 121-104-320, Dorothy Whitman 162-120-110-392, Mary Ann Debish 129-154138-421, Jo Davis 117-133-347, Helen Swan 131-110-128-p369, Cindy Urbas 143-149-123-415, Andy Notchick 157, Lillian Leo 132-103-109-344, Tony Zedar 173-163, Ralph Hoyle 140, Barbara case 100-133-325, Shirleu Green 131-141-136-408, Helen Zedar 142-119-351, Frank Corio 123-114-160-397 and Joe Jerin 157-163129-449. 10:00 Bumper Mixed: Team Loud, Strikes ‘R Us and Thunder & Lightning won two points. Danylaks and Team Rooster won one point. The individual female high series was bowled by Mercede Noldy with a 215. She also had the individual female high game with a 116. The individual male high series was bowled by Athan Drgawa with a 175 while the individual male high game was 99, bowled by Isaac Wilmot and Athan Dragwa. Other scores were: Matthew Danylak 64-71-135, Joey Danylak 78-83-161, Memphis Weirsky 39-42-81, Wyatt Weirsky 81-71-152, Kalep Zawisky 74-86-160, Athan Dragwa 76, Isaac Wilmot 69-168, Lila Gigliotti 36-36-72, Johnny Gigliotti 51-41-92, Jocelyn Shepard 65-63-128, Lando Shepard 67-85-152, Mercede Noldy 99-215, A.J. and Kearney 52-71-123. Third- through Sixth-Grade Mixed: Where’s Josh and Pinguins won two points. The “4” Stooges and Cookies won one point. The individual female high series was bowled by Dannica Winowich with a 111. She also had the individual female high game with a 43. High Individual Male high series was bowled by Aidan Dragwa with a 361. He also had the individual male high game with as 131. Other scores were: Dannica Winowich 36-30, Collin Hollis
63-38-94-195, Ethan Lee 52-34-64-150, Logan Van Leuven 46-8451-181, Aaron Dragwa 30-45-87-162, Connor Sansky 76-105-100281, Aidan DRagwa 111-119, Noah Pittsman 65-35-38-138, Lliam Hepplewhite 94-91-67-252 and Josh Bivins 98-101-68-267. Seventh- through 12th-Grade Mixed: Team Me, Split Happens and Team #2 won four points. Team #7 won three points. Team #4 won one point. The individual female high series was bowled by Aniesa Dragwa with a 530 while the individual female high game was 189 bowled by Nicolina Broskoskie. The individual male high series was bowled by Adam Blake with a 556 while the individual male high game was 216 bowled by Logan Fuga. Other scores were: Justin Eldred 128-97-80-305, P.J. Winowich 76-58-94-228, Logan Fuga 142-193-551, Jaiden Rosar 122-170-166458, Nicoliona Broskoskie 156-181-526, Aniesa Dragwa 178-181171, Aaron Lee 81-73-78-232, Adam Blake 182-182-192, Anthony DiBlasi 159-146-145-450, Nathan Gallup 104-108-160-372, Mike Danylak 101-129-144-374, Alexis Koch 107-101-80-288, Maggie McGurrin 71-85-92-248, Erika Hollis 82-100-113-295, Jeremy Schermerhorn 183-158-118-459 and Matt Tomaine 134-172-121427. Oct. 21 Upper Valley Sunday Night Mixed: The Lucky Seven, North Hill Rabbitry and Half and Half won ﬁve points. C&H Detailing and We Got Balls! won four points. Champions Lounge and Feel Good Motors won one point. The high team series was bowled by Champions Lounge with a 2382. They also had the high team series with a 831. The individual female high series was bowled by Kecia Wilkins with a 499. The individual female high game was bowled by Mica Rulis with a 186. The individual male high series was bowled by Derek Bufﬁngton with a 677. The individual male high game was bowled by Paul Magnotta with a 267. Oct. 23 Senior Citizen Mixed: Jay Birds and The Luv-a-bowls won four points. Split Happens won three points. Double Trouble, Lucky Strikes, Spare Parts and Gravity Rail Road won two points. Used Parts won one point. The individual female high series was bowled by Lori Eshelman with a 502. She also had the individual female high game with a 193. The individual male high series was bowled by Jay Santos with a 535 while the individual male high game was 191 bowled by Hal Walshaw. Other scores were: Thelma Lowry 115-114-338, Betty Carachilo 144-130-117-391, Rose Nichols 158-103-137-398, Hal Walshaw 165-140-496, Marge Burrell 123-157-145-425, George AUlan 147119-158-424, Angie Atkinson 121-300, Caroline Lynch 136-159-
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