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Borough-wide yard sale

are staffed with lifeguards. The swimming areas are open daily, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Archbald Borough will hold its annuThe Northeastern Detachment of the Repairs are being completed on the pool Marine Corps League will conduct a al borough-wide yard and garage sale at McDade Park and it is tentatively slated memorial service for Cpl. Michael T. on Saturday, July 6, 8 a.m. to noon. Anyto open on Saturday, June 29. The pool and Schuemaker, a Jessup native who was one wishing to participate may just set lakes will remain open through midkilled in action while serving in South up at their residence on this day. No regAugust. For additional information, call Vietnam 50 years ago. The service will istration is required. The event 570-963-6764. includes the Eynon, Sturges and take place on Saturday, June 29, at 1 p.m., Nebraska sections of town in addition at Corporal Schuemaker’s grave at Holy Seeking festival participants Ghost Cemetery in Jessup, which is locat- to Archbald. William Walker Hose Co. seeks particed at the top of Hill Street. The Veterans ‘Sherlock Holmes and the ipants for the annual Corn and Clam of Foreign Wars and American Legion of Slam carnival and parade scheduled in Jessup will also participate in the ceremo- White Chapel Murders’ Mayfield for Saturday, July 20. Interestny, which is open the general public. For Actors Circle will present “Sherlock ed groups or individuals should call 570additional information call 570-563-2480. Holmes and the White Chapel Murders” at Providence Playhouse, 1256 Providence 282-6059, or email Papa Bears club Road in Scranton, Thursday through Sun- for more information. day, July 11-14. Curtain times are 8 p.m. on Hose Co. fund drive Thursday through Saturday and 2 p.m. Dickson City businesses and resiSunday. Tickets are $12; $10 for seniors dents are reminded that the Eagle Hose and $6 for students. Co. No. 1 fund drive is currently underLibrary snacks way. For more information, call the fire station at 570-383-0923. The Carbondale Public Library, 5 N. Main St., will offer a morning (11-11:30 Broom sales Benefit sandwich sale a.m.) and afternoon (3-3:30 p.m.) snack to The Mayfield Lions Club sells brooms all children 18 and younger. The St. Francis Cemetery Association at the Mayfield Municipal Building, 739 will hold a porketta sandwich sale on Summer swimming Penn Ave. (570-876-4391) and at a new locaWednesday, July 3, 4 p.m. until sold out, at tion, Tuzze’s Pharmacy, 509 Poplar St. The lakes at Lackawanna County’s Wozniak-Pavloski Veterans of Foreign parks are open. They include Aylesworth (570-876-0740). The club also collects used Wars Post No. 7963, 284 Main St. in Eynon. eyeglasses at the same locations. Call for Lake in Archbald and Merli-Sarnoski To place an order, call 570-677-0085 or 570more information. Lake in Carbondale. All of the locations 383-0936. The Blakely Papa Bears club will meet on Tuesday, July 2, at 7 p.m. at Shopa-Davey Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 6082, 123 Electric St. in Peckville. On the agenda: planning for the annual outing, membership drive and final touches on the memorial.


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ADve RTisiN G ACCOUN T exe CUTive CALI NATALONI 570.348.9100, ext 3027

Hosie completes term as state Hibernians president


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From left: state vice president Pat O’Brien; state president Joe From left: state president Joe Hosie; Joe Moran; Division 2 vice presiHosie; immediate past state president/national director Ed Halligan; dent Frank Truman; Division 2 president Ken Moran and Jeff Sears. state treasurer Glenn Cannon; and state secretary Tim Carley.



A large delegation of Hibernians from across the state turned out recently to honor Pennsylvania’s outgoing president, Joe Hosie. The Pennsylvania state board met for their final meeting of President Hosie’s term at the Trinity Club in Carbondale. At the meeting were national board officers and state officers and brothers from other states.

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