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*** Holiday Festival, Fun Academy Early Learning Child Care Center. Open to the Public, Dec. 8 from 12 to 4pm at the cneter at 145 Ashler Manor Dr., Muncy. For more information contact 570-546-6777, ext. 104. *** TOPS-Take Off Pounds Sensibly, United Mill Green Methodist Church, Millville. Weigh-in 5:155:45pm, meeting 5:456:30pm, side door downstairs. Call 570-204-1350. *** TOPS-Take Off Pounds Sensibly, Evangelical Friends Church, 137 S. Third St., Hughesville, every Tuesday, 6-7:30pm. Call Dottie @ 570-5465413 or 570-666-0232. *** TOPS-Take off Pounds Sensibly, Chapter 1306, every Tuesday. Private weigh-in, 8:35-9:15am, meeting 9:30-10am, First United Methodist Church, Muncy. *** TOPS-Take off Pounds Sensibly, every Tuesday. Private weigh-in, 4:155:30pm, meeting 5:306:30pm, Masonic Lodge, E. Penn St., Muncy. Call 546-5528. *** TOPS-Take Off Pounds Sensibly, Chapter 1719 Benton, Wednesdays 5:15pm, Northern Columbia County Cultural Center, call 570-441-3297 for more information. *** Son Light House hours for donations are every Mon., Thurs., and Sat. 710am, food, clean usable seasonable clothing, toys, and furniture only at this time. *** John Brady Lodge #116

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Independent Order of Odd Fellows meet every 1st & 3rd Wednesday of each month at Muncy Masonic Lodge. For information call 570-584-0155 or 570-2202037. *** The Williamsport Base of the United States Submarine Veteran, Inc. (USSVI) meets the 2nd Thursday of every month at 7pm at the Zafar Grotto Club, 381 East 2nd Ave., South Williamsport. For Info contact Don Young at (570) 244-1351 or visit w w w. w i l l i a m s p o r t or *** Williamsport Band of Brothers, a Veterans helping Veterans group meeting every Tuesday at 6:30pm at 601 7th Ave., Williamsport, for fellowship & refreshments. Call Rick Wyatt for info at 570-447-8171. *** Learn to Speak- Toastmaster Meeting. Eliminate the fear of public speaking. 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month from 6:308pm. Steinbacher & Stahl Law Office, 413 Washington Blvd., Penn St., Williamsport. Contact: Bill Hague 570-322-1431 or Phil Buehrer 570-3266801. Open to anyone. *** Are you tired of crime in your neighborhood? Meetings are held on the second and fourth Monday of each month at 7pm at the United Methodist Church, Main Street, Benton. For more information, call or write to: Memie Christie, P.O. Box 715. Benton, PA 17814, 570-925-1090. *** Lyme Disease Support Group meets the first

Wednesday of each month at 7pm, Evangelical Community Hospital in Lewisburg in conference room D&E. For more information, please contact Larry Reese at 538-5600. *** Auxiliary meeting, VFW Post 3428 Muncy, 3rd Monday night of each month at 7pm, rear 12 N. Market St. *** Vineyard Activity Center, located at 99 Sherman St. (corner of High & Sherman Sts.) Muncy, provides Youth Activity Nights for local and neighboring communities’ youth every Friday Night 6:30-10pm. More info, call 546-0633. *** Al-Anon for family & friends of alcoholics, Sundays, 7pm, Faxon Kenmar United Methodist Church, 1301 Clayton Avenue, 2nd floor,Wmspt. *** Al-Anon for family & friends of alcoholics, Mondays,7pm, Christ Episcopal Church, 426 Mulberry St., Wmspt. Child Care Provided. *** Al-Ateen for family & friends of alcoholics, Mondays,7pm, Christ Episcopal Church, 426 Mulberry St., Wmspt. *** Al-Anon for family & friends of alcoholics, Thursdays, 7:30pm: Messiah Lutheran Church, 324 Howard St., S. Wmspt. *** Free mammograms, breast exams and pap tests available for eligible women. To qualify, women must be 40 to 64 years old, have no or limited insurance and low to moderate income. For more information call River

Valley Health & Dental Center, 570-567-5400. *** Free and confidential STD clinic, River Valley Health & Dental Center, 471 Hepburn St. Wmspt. Appointments recommended, but walk-ins are welcome. For more information or to make an appointment, call 570-5675400. *** Narconon provides answers to drug addiction, free assessment, evaluation and referral services to internationally recognized alternative and traditional treatment facilities. For more information, log onto or call 1-800-468-6933. *** Keystone Sportsmen Association, open trap shooting every Thurs. eve. 5-9pm. For information 570-546-5779 or *** The Christian Mental Health Support Group, 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of month, 6-7:30pm at West End Christian Community Center, 901 Diamond St., Williamsport. 2nd and 4th Thursdays of month at Sojourner Truth Ministries, 501 High St., Williamsport. Call 607-432-4926. ***


Liberal Arts at Martin Luther College, New Ulm, MN, his M. A. Divinity from Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary, and his B.A. Sociology and M.A. Ed. from Ashford University, Clinton, IA. In addition to his pastoral duties, he has served as an instructor at the schools affiliated with his churches in Iowa, Minnesota, and North Dakota. During her husband’s time serving the church, Wendi Raiford has managed her own catering

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Rev. Christopher Raiford, right, accepts the symbolic towel of doulos, a person who serves or cares for others, in becoming the pastor of St. Andrew Evangelical Lutheran Church, Muncy, during installation services officiated by Rev. Perry J. Fruhling, Coordinator of Pastoral Ministry for LCMC.

interview and the congregational vote at St. Andrew’s, they felt there was no question in their minds: This is where God intended them to be. Rev. Raiford served congregations in Iowa, Minnesota, and North Dakota during his 23 years with

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Rev. Christopher Raiford accepted the symbolic towel of the doulos in his installation ceremony November 17, at St. Andrew Evangelical Lutheran Church, Muncy. The installation sermon, “Taking up the towel,� was based on Mark 10:42-45 in which Jesus washes the feet of his disciples. Officiating the installation was Rev. Perry J. Fruhling, Coordinator of Pastoral Ministry for Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ (LCMC). He observed that the strength of a pastor is based on serving the needs of the people, just as Jesus assumed the role of the doulos, or servant, in caring for his apostles. Unlike the rulers of the day, Rev. Fruhling counseled, the true power of Christianity comes from being on bended knees. Rev. Raiford comes to St. Andrew Lutheran, Muncy, from Houston, TX, where he managed senior living facilities. In June, he looked into the LCMC website, saw the posting for St. Andrew Lutheran in Muncy, and knew that was his intended church. Before Rev. Raiford and his wife Wendi set out for his final

St. Andrew Lutheran Muncy Installs Pastor Christopher Raiford

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Maestro Albert J. Nacinovich, presently the head director of The Repasz Band, recently announced his upcoming retirement, which will become effective at the conclusion of The Repasz Band’s Winter Holiday Concert this December 10. This will mark the summation and conclusion of a 47year total tenure wielding the Repasz Band baton, the longest such reign in the band’s 188-year history.

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This represents just short of 3000 rehearsals, annual concerts, summer concerts, parades, and special events, all of which have been meticulously prepared, and as smoothly and excellently executed as the skills of the membership and circumstance allowed. This says nothing about additional thousands of hours spent in learning scores, researching the music, setting the interpretation, fine-tuning the best con-

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ducting strategies and practices, and incorporating standards of excellence second to none in the musical world. Several of these occasions were of great historical moment to the Repasz Band. First was a celebratory concert performed in honor and celebration of the Repasz Band’s 150th Anniversary in 1981. This concert took place on the lawn of The White House in Washington, D.C. In 1997, the Repasz Band performed at the centennial re-dedication of Ulysses S. Grant’s tomb in New York City. The Repasz Band had performed at the original dedication in 1897. In 2015, the band played at the 150th anniversary ceremonies marking the surrender of General Robert E. Lee to General U. S. Grant at the McClean house in Appomattox Court House, Virginia. Again, the Repasz Band had played at the original event in 1865. All these events took place under the musical leadership of Mr. Nacinovich, along with Associate Director Jeffrey Dent at Appomattox. Also during Nacinovich’s tenure, the Band earned the John Philip Sousa Foundation’s Sudler Silver Scroll Historic Community Band Award in 2003 for excellence in musicianship and its historic importance and impact with respect to the present day community band effort. The Band was also honored to be selected as the premier performing community band for the 2017 Annual Conference of the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association on April 20, 2017 in Erie, Pennsylvania. Finally, on

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August 1, 2017, at Brandon Park in Williamsport, the band played on under Nacinovich’s baton as the Band’s own permanent historical marker was unveiled and dedicated as a part of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission’s Historical Marker Program. To say that the Repasz Band owes Mr. Nacinovich an almost inconceivable debt of gratitude is a total understatement. Perhaps what might sum up the glorious career of one of Williamsport’s own stellar musicians and music educators would be this extract from a 1997 Repasz Band concert program during which Albert J. Nacinovich was being celebrated for a mere 25 years at the helm of the band: “The story is told of the “pearl of great price,” a gem beyond rarity and value, exceptional in every respect, and the man who, upon discovering it and realizing the magnitude of its worth, goes and sacrifices all he has to obtain and keep the precious stone. In the person of Albert J. Nacinovich, we are honored to have both the pearl and the man as our Director. He is the gem of great brilliance and

richness beyond value. In his great range and depth of musical experience, his above-and-beyond reproach professionalism and musicianship, his vast knowledge and ability in the Bandsman’s Art, his self-effacing humility, and lustrous common decency on stage and off, Albert is a rare find indeed. He is also the man in the story who, upon discovering a diamond in the rough in our Band, has sacrificed hours, weeks, and years of endless labor, meticulous preparation, and precise

and well-planned practice and rehearsal to bring the Band to grand and glorious new heights of performance and enjoyment in the human vitality that is music.

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Jerome Panisak Named Associate Vice President of Medicine Group and Practice Operations

Jerome G. Panisak, MHA, CMPE, has been named Associate Vice President of Medicine Group and Practice Operations by Evangelical Medical Services Organization (EMSO). EMSO is the entity of Evangelical Community Hospital that manages the employed physician groups and ambulatory clinic sites. In this role, Mr. Panisak provides oversight of the employed physicians of the Hospital-based groups, primary care, and medicine specialty service lines. His main areas of focus include strategic planning, budgeting, coordinating, and evaluating all aspects of operations for physician and clinic practices. Mr. Panisak has over two decades of healthcare administration experience.

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Ms. Flood began at the Hospital in January 2018 and was instrumental in the development of professional coding compliance as a focus at Evangelical. Through her leadership, she defined the department’s roles and responsibilities as it related to Revenue Cycle and Evangelical Medical Services (EMSO) operation. In the Director role, Ms. Flood’s primary responsi-

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Evangelical Community Hospital recently announced two new directors in the Revenue Cycle department, which handles all administrative and clinical functions that contribute to the capture, management, and collection of patient service revenue. Charles Martin, MPA, CHFP, has been named Director of Managed Care Contracting. Mr. Martin is responsible for negotiating payer contracts for both the Hospital and Evangelical Medical Services Organization. In addition, he oversees the revenue integrity function of Revenue Cycle, which

Evangelical Community Hospital Appoints New Directors

bility is working with the EMSO to provide training on, and review of, record documentation as it supports the appropriate level of services that are billed for the care provided to EMSO patients. Ms. Flood has 25-plus years in nursing experience at both the inpatient and physician practice settings. Her most recent seven years, she worked in compliance and education of providers.

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Submitted by Tracie Witter, Regional Affairs Director, PPL Electric Utilities Think of December holiday season and you’re likely to think of something shining brightly often, it’s something powered by electricity.

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Evangelical Community Hospital will hold a series of classes through the month of December. They are as follows: Prepared Childbirth Classes: Prenatal Breastfeeding: Wednesday, December 11, 6-8 pm, at Community Health and Wellness. Fee per couple. This class is for the expectant mother and one support person. The course covers the advantages of breastfeeding and the common concerns associated with it; Weekend Prepared Childbirth Class: Saturday, December 14, 9 am-4 pm, at Community Health and Wellness. Registration fee. This class is designed for the busy parents-to-be who are unable to attend the weekly Prepared Childbirth sessions. Everything you need to know about labor and delivery, breathing, and relaxation will be covered in class; Prepared Childbirth Refresher Class: Dates are not pre-determined; please call the Community Health and Wellness at 570-786-3200 to schedule your class. Registration fee. Designed to refresh parents on the basics of childbirth. Couples are provided with current labor technique information in a private, appointment only setting. Participants must be at least 32 weeks; T-Dap Clinic and Child Safety Seat Checks: Protect yourself and your new baby with Tetanus, Diphtheria and Pertussis vaccines. The vaccination is available at no charge to fathers and other family household members (18 years of age and older) of a newborn delivered at Evangelical Community Hospital. For your convenience and the

safety of your child, have your child’s safety seat checked as well at Community Health and Wellness. Appointments are preferred. Wednesdays, noon-4 pm, Fridays, 9 amnoon. CPR Classes: Healthcare Provider CPR Class: Thursday, December 5, 6 pm, at Community Health and Wellness. This American Heart Association course is for the healthcare provider in and out of hospital settings in need of CPR certification. Students will learn how to initiate the Chain of Survival, perform prompt, high quality chest compressions for adult, child, and infant victims, initiate early use of an AED and much more. Registration fee. Registration is required; call 570-7683200 or register online; Heartsaver First Aid, CPR, and AED Skills Check Class: Friday, December 13, 8:30 am, at Community Health and Wellness. This class is designed to teach students the cognitive information needed for first aid, CPR, and AED training. It’s intended for anyone with little to no medical training in need of a course completion card and have completed the online portion through the American Heart Association website. Hands-on practice and testing are conducted in-person with an AHA BLS or Heartsaver Instructor. Fee. Registration is required; call 570-7683200 or register online; HeartCode BLS Skills Check Class: Friday, December 13, 12:30 pm, at Community Health and Wellness. This structured Basic Life Support (BLS) hands on session is for healthcare professionals

seeking an alternative method for completing an initial or renewal course and have completed the online portion through the American Heart Association website. This session will use a variety of eLearning assets such as dramatizations, eSimulations, animations, selfdirected learning, and interactive activities to teach students BLS knowledge and skills. Fee.. Registration is required; call 570768-3200 or register online. Other Classes: Senior Strong: Tuesday, December 3, 10 am, at Community Health and Wellness. Topic: Elder Law – Essential Documents with Richard Scheib, Esquire, from Scheib Law Offices; Every Baby Needs a Lap Top: Tuesday, December 10, 6-7:30 pm, at the Community Health and Wellness. Join Lynn Fiedler, MEd, lifelong educator and co-author of the manuscript “Gifted 101: Unlocking the Mystery of Academically Gifted Education,� as you and other parents explore how talking, singing, and reading to your baby helps them to grow, learn, and thrive. Classes are free and open to expectant parents, family members, and caregivers. A free book and other resource materials will be provided. Registration is required, call 570768-3200; Safe Sitters: Monday, December 30, 8:30 am-3 pm, at Community Health and Wellness. A medicallyaccurate Safe Sitter course for children ages 11 and up. Participants learn everything they need to know to be a great sitter by gaining skills and confidence needed to do the job well

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Letting Them Know You Care This Christmas!

The Williamsport Sun-Gazette, Backyard Broadcasting, The Pennsylvania State Police (both Lamar & Montoursville Barracks) in conjunction with the Meals on Wheels of STEP Office of Aging will be filling and delivering Christmas baskets to area Senior Citizens in Lycoming and Clinton Counties.

OVER 400 MEALS ON WHEELS RECIPIENTS WILL RECEIVE A CHRISTMAS BASKET! We are looking for gifts that seniors would enjoy...for example:

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These items can be dropped off between 8:30AM–4:30PM, Mon–Fri at the following locations:

Williamsport Sun-Gazette, 252 W. Fourth St., Williamsport Backyard Broadcasting, 1685 Four Mile Dr., Williamsport Lock Haven Express, 9-11 Main St., Lock Haven East Lycoming Shopper, 1025 Rt. 405 Hwy., Hughesville All STEP Offices and Centers for Healthy Aging DONATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED THROUGH DECEMBER 12TH AT NOON. SHOPPER and NEWS

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a good supply of boys clothing. *** Lycoming County Senior Citizens meet at the River Valley YMCA, Walnut St., Williamsport, 1:30pm the first Thursday of the month except January and July. For more information call 570-435-5091. *** Lycoming County Progressives meeting, second Monday of every month, 6:30pm, New Covenant United Church of Christ, 202 E. Third St., Williamsport. *** Join one of thirteen chapters of Senior Citizens groups in Lycoming County. For more information call Mary @ 570435-5091.

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*** Free Saturday Trains program, Christ Memorial Episcopal Church, corner of Pine and East Market Sts., Danville, Montour County. *** All area teens are invited every Sunday night, 6-7:30 p.m., to Youth Impact at Bible Baptist Church in Huntersville. Exciting, fun activities, great food, and a challenge from God’s Word will be presented each evening. For more information call Pastor Rob McKenzie at 435-3440. *** Moms In Touch International is an interdenominational, non-profit organi-

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*** Christmas Tree Time, Dec. 7 at 3pm to 6pm. Please join for the Annual Giving Tree Gathering. Hughesville Friends Church, 137 South Third St., Hughesville. *** Huntersville/ Pennsdale Sr. Citizens will meet at Pennsdale United Methodist Church on Wed., Dec. 1 at noon for a catered Christmas dinner. Entertainment will follow. *** Katy’s Church of 440 Katys Church Rd., Madison Township, Columbia County has church services the 2nd and 4th Sunday at 12:30pm until December. Please call 570-764-1412 for more information. *** Clothing give-away at the Franklin Fairview Church is held the first Saturday of each month at 9am-12noon. Just received

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Wearing a full-body harness is essential to staying safe when using a tree stand, but a harness can prevent falls to the ground only if it is connected to the tree. “That means you must wear your harness, and be sure it’s connected to the tree, at all times you’re in the stand, as well as when you’re getting into and out of the stand, or climbing or descending trees,” explained Meagan Thorpe, Game Commission hunter-education chief. A hunter using a

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climbing stand should tiein the safety rope or strap that pairs with the harness before beginning to climb. Most safety ropes and straps have a sewn or knotted loop on one end, and the opposite end can be wrapped around the tree and through the loop, then cinched tightly. There’s often a separate loop, many times a carabiner loop held by a prussic knot, onto which to clip your safety harness. Consult the manufacturer’s instructions to ensure proper installation.

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You’ll want to move the safety rope or strap up the tree first, then tighten it, each time before moving the platform up the tree. If the rope is at or slightly above eye-level as you

stand on the platform, you should have plenty of room to raise the platform to a higher standing position before moving the rope up the tree again before climbing.

A valid tag must be affixed to the ear of each deer harvested before that deer is moved. The tag must be filled out with a ball-point pen by the hunter. Within 10 days of a harvest, a successful hunter is required to make a report to the Game Commission. Harvests can be reported online at the Game Commission’s website – – by clicking on the “Report a Harvest” button on the home page. Reporting online not only is the quickest way to report a harvest, it’s the most costeffective for the Game Commission. Harvests also can be reported by mailing in the postage-paid cards that are provided when licenses are purchased, or successful

hunters can call 1-855PAHUNT1 (1-855-7248681) to report by phone. Those reporting by phone are asked to have their license number and other information about the harvest ready at the time they call. Mentored youth hunters are required to report deer harvests within five days. And hunters with DMAP permits must report on their hunting success, regardless of whether they harvest deer. By reporting their deer harvests, hunters play a key role in providing information used to estimate harvests and the deer population within each WMU. Estimates are key to managing deer populations, and hunters are asked to do their part in this important process.

If you take a big buck, or a special buck, or your first buck, the Game Commission would like to hear from you. Send us a photo of you with your Pennsylvania 2019 archery or firearms season buck, along with some limited background: your name, age and hometown, harvest date, county in which buck was taken. Photos will be accepted through Dec. 20. They must be emailed to Use “BUCK HARVEST” in the

subject line. Game Commission staff will narrow the submitted photos in each contest into groups of contenders to be posted on the agency’s Facebook page, where users will determine the winning photos by “liking” the images. Those submitting the images of the winning archery and firearms bucks will win trail cameras. For more information about the contest and prizes, visit the Game Commission’s website.

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“Make sure you have proper contact with the stand and tree every time you move,” emphasized Thorpe. It takes only a little longer to climb with a rope, and if the stand fails due to breakage or a pin pulling out of the climbing band, or if a fall occurs because slippage or loss of balance, the harness and rope will prevent falling to the ground. With pre-installed hangon stands – and especially ladder stands – the mostpractical way to stay connected to the tree is through a safety line, commonly referred to by the brand name Lifeline, that hangs to the ground from above the platform. Because the safety line is installed above the platform, the tree must be climbed first, but other safety ropes or straps can be used along with your harness. When installing a

safety line at a hang-on stand, a linemen’s style belt can be worn while ascending the tree. A linemen’s belt might not be an option for many ladder stands, but a separate ladder and linemen’s belt could be used to install the safety line before the ladder stand is installed. When using a ladder stand, climbing stick or tree steps, make sure to maintain three points of contact (two hands and one foot, or two feet and one hand) with each step. The important points are to always take your time and be safe when using stands. Always put on your safety harness while you’re still on the ground, and keep it connected to the tree at all times until you’re back on the ground.

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By choosing local and independent businesses for your services, shopping, dining and other needs, you not only enjoy a more distinctive and personal experience, you’re helping to build a community. The casual encounters you enjoy at neighborhood– scale businesses and the public spaces around them build relationships and community cohesiveness. Each dollar you spend at independent businesses

returns 3 times more money to your local economy than one dollar spent at a chain store and almost 50 times more than buying from an online mega-retailer, a benefit everyone in that community can bank on. Locals are more efficient with land use and more central locations mean local businesses put less demand on the roads, sewers, and safety services. They also generate more

tax revenue per sales dollar. The bottom line: a greater percentage of local independent businesses keeps taxes lower. Surveys show independent businesses beating their chain competitors in overall customer satisfaction (and often save you money). A wide variety of independent businesses, each serving their customers’ tastes, creates greater overall choice for all. The multiplier effect created by

spending locally generates lasting impact on the prosperity of local organizations and residents. Not only do independent businesses employ more people directly per dollar of revenue, they also are the customers of local printers, accountants, wholesalers, farms, attorneys, etc., expanding opportunities for local entrepreneurs. Small businesses donate more than twice as much per sales

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by boosting the local economy. Local businesses face an uphill battle to survive, but there are many things residents can do to support these valuable addi-

tions to their communities. Shopping locally not only supports local businesses, but it also contributes to the local economy. Shopping locally keeps money in the community, which can benefit everyone. Shopping locally produces a trickle-down effect, as local businesses that are thriving may patronize other local businesses, and so on. This, in turn, helps grow other businesses in the community, making it a nicer place to live and work. Word-of-mouth advertising is effective. A respected member of the community who shares a good experience with a local business may propel others to patronize the business. Speak up when you feel a business owner has provided an exceptional level of service. Recommend a company to friends and neighbors. When others see a business doing well, they may be more inclined to shop there as well. Another way to support a local business is to work

for one. Small local businesses employ millions of people across the country, and many foster great working environments. In addition, small businesses are known for their customer service, and employees often become experts in their products and services because of the hands-on experience they gain while working for small businesses. Supporting and celebrating local businesses can instill a sense of community pride and benefit the local economy in a myriad of ways. Content provided by Metro Creative Connections.


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repurpose your leftovers. Make stews, casseroles and frittatas. Have leftovers for lunch. When you “brownbag it” this way instead of going out, you can save an average $1,500 over the year. That can buy a lot of holiday presents including for yourself and help you have the time to go shop for them. 2. Focus on your favorites. Outsource the rest. If, say, you love roast turkey, baste that bird all you like but don’t devote a lot of time to the sides. Put the potato peeler down and pick up refrigerated Main St. Bistro Signature Mashed Potatoes at your local grocery store. Or for a sweet twist, dig into some Baked Mashed Sweet Potatoes with sweet potatoes, real butter, brown sugar and candied pecans.

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, sweet potatoes are higher in beta-carotene than many other vegetables and are a source of potassium, fiber, and vitamins A and C. Whether you like your spuds sweet or savory, both are great when hosting holiday dinners or enjoying family meals. 3. Plan a potluck party. Invite the neighbors for dinner and have each family bring a different dish. For easy and popular additions. 4. Put a bow on the party. For more fun, make it a gift wrapping party, too. You simply supply the scissors and tape and everyone brings a different roll of holiday wrapping paper so you can all mix and match, swap and share.

It’s that time of year again to find the perfect gift for the person who has everything or a last minute stocking stuffer. And what do you buy for your employees or clients who you have to impress year after year? The American Cancer Society offers a solution for the bewildered holiday shopper with its 2020 Golf Pass. For amateur, recreational and avid golfers alike, the American Cancer Society’s Golf Pass is the perfect gift. For a minimum donation, the Golf Pass provides a free round of golf or golf discount at over 60 participating golf courses in Pennsylvania.

The Golf Pass can be ordered through your local office of the American Cancer Society by calling 570-221-7908 or stop in the office on the Golden Strip open 8-4:30 M-F or at the following local businesses selling the passes White Deer Golf Course, Jersey Shore State Bank at the following branches (downtown Williamsport), Danville, Loyalsock, downtown Jersey Shore and the bridge branch, Muncy Bank & Trust, Palco Federal Credit Union, Elite Feet Savoy Plaza Montoursville, Cole’s Hardware Muncy, and All Round Tire Jersey Shore.

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This holiday season, you can greet last-minute guests, have a spontaneous get-together with the neighbors after caroling, host an impromptu present-wrapping party, or enhance a quiet evening at home with the family after shopping with this quick and easy appetizer: Maple-Pecan-Crusted Goat Cheese with Crackers Prep Time: 5 minutes, Cook Time: 10 minutes, Total Time: 20 minutes, Serves: 8. 1 Tbsp Dijon mustard 1 Tbsp maple syrup 1/3 cup finely chopped pecans 1/3 cup finely chopped dried cranberries 1 log (10.5 oz) plain goat cheese 1 pkg assorted crackers Preheat oven to 350 F. Stir mustard with maple syrup. Toss together pecans and cranberries. Brush goat cheese all over with maple mustard and coat with pecan and cranberry mixture, pressing lightly to adhere. Place on parchment paper lined baking tray; bake for 7 to 10 minutes or until goat cheese is warmed and softened. Transfer to serving dish; serve warm with crackers.

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Saws provided. Personal handsaws are permitted, no powered saws. 49 Boston Road, Picture Rocks Open Friday, November 29 and every Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to dark Route 220, behind Picture Rocks Motel Open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday Starting November 29 at 10 a.m. Fridays in Dec. open at 12 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to dark Tag your tree now, any day, daylight hours.

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Benton Winterfest Dec. 7, 2019 10am to 3pm Located on Main Street, Benton, which will be closed to traffic. Between Center St. and Everett St. More than 70 unique craft vendors, homemade food, plus horse drawn wagon rides! All the antique and craft stores will be open! Like us on Facebook!

Christmas Tree,” Edison strung incandescent bulbs all around the compound of his Menlo Park, NJ, laboratory. Edison constructed an eight-mile underground wiring system in order to power this grand light display. Because the laboratory was situated along the railroad that passed between Manhattan and Philadelphia, thousands of people were able to see the display. The concept of electric holiday lights took a bit of time to catch on. Edison’s friend and associate Edward Johnson was tasked with stringing together colored lights in 1882 and placing them on an evergreen tree. Johnson hand-wired 80 red, white and blue light bulbs. In 1895, President Grover Cleveland requested the White House family Christmas tree be illuminated by multi-colored electric light bulbs. In 1903, when General Electric began to offer preassembled kits of holiday lights, stringed lights were reserved for the wealthy and electrically savvy. For example, in 1903 a single string of electric lights cost $12, or around $300 today. It would take several more years before holiday lights became a national tradition. On Christmas Eve 1923, President Calvin Coolidge began the country’s celebration of Christmas by lighting the National Christmas Tree on the Ellipse located south of the White House with 3,000 electric lights. Today, illuminated

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Holiday celebrants come when electric lights employ holiday lights in replaced gas and other various ways. Certain indi- open flame illuminating viduals may be content to devices that were comhang lights on their monplace prior to the 20th Christmas trees and call century. their decorating complete. Thomas Edison, the Others may get their inventor of the first sucholiday jollies by making cessful practical light bulb, sure each square inch of also created the first strand their home is covered in of electric lights that would twinkling lights. Still, other be used in holiday decopeople prefer the more rating. By 1880, Edison subdued effect of lights had standard incandescent framing one picture light bulbs well sorted out window of the house. and desired a way to better The tradition of advertise his invention, so Christmas lights stretches he decided to make the back to early modern most of the holiday season Germany when people and put his light bulbs on used candles to decorate display. According to a Christmas trees in Christian 2003 article in American homes. Those candles were Heritage magazine titled harbingers of what would “The Wizard of Your A HOLIDAY SHOPPING OPPORTUNITY

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RESTAURANT & ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE Montgomery House Library Happenings

Sunday, December 8th NEW TIME 7:00am to 11:00am

Save the Date: Pizza with Santa at Montgomery House Library, Saturday, December 7, 11am-1pm. Holiday Hours / Closings: Opening 2pm Thursday, Dec 12. Closing at 5pm, Monday, Dec 23. Closed Dec 24, 25, & 26. Open 10-5 Friday, Dec 27 & Monday Dec 30. It’s a Success! DIYP CLUB (Do It Yourself Pinterest Club), Monday, December 16, 6pm - Make

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popular craft projects from Pinterest. This month: Mini Crochet Hat & Mittens. We’ll show you how. Project complete in one setting. Another Holiday Craft for Kids, Thursday, December 19, 3pm at the library New Program: EXAM CRAM - 1st Mondays, 6pm-8pm - Study (or hangout) Meet Up for middle and high school stu-

The Repasz Band Holiday Concert 2019

The historic and splendid Repasz Band will present its 2019 Winter Holiday Concert on Tuesday, December 10, at 7:30 p.m. at the Community Arts Center, 220 West Fourth Street, Williamsport. This year’s Winter Holiday Concert features the Repasz Band’s usual wide variety of seasonal sugar plums. The Band will channel Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops with Leroy Anderson’s “A Christmas Festival�. Mannheim Steamroller arrangements will barrel through with “Fanfare and Hark! The Herald Angels Sing� and “Fum, Fum, Fum�, both by Chip Davis. Of what might be called Ye Olde English flavors of the season will include a powerful “Passacaglia On An Old English Carol� arranged by Robert Longfield, a soaring Alfred Reed arrangement of “Greensleeves�, and a merrily polyphonic “Deck The Halls With Boughs of Holly, A Merrie Fugue� by Continued on Page 19

dents. Mondays - 1st Mondays, 6pm - Exam Cram study and snack space for students — 3rd Mondays, 6pm DIYP Craft Club. Book Club having special session. Still looking for leaders & crafters for 4th Mondays, 6pm Thread Connect for

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AMERICAN LEGION POST #35 Hughesville, PA Dear Legionnaires, Friends & Family, Instead of mailing letters, will be using the Shopper to communicate our events!

ANNUAL CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARTY! SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8TH at approximately 2 PM at the Hughesville Fire Co. Social Hall We would appreciate it if you would be willing to sell or buy raffle tickets to help make this Christmas Party a special event for the kids! There are 4 cash prizes to be won and we will draw them at the end of the Christmas Party and the winner does not need to be present to win.

We will call the winners the next day. Feel free to contact Post 35 for any additional tickets that you may need. Our Legion Riders also hold a cash raffle in addition to eight $25 Walmart Gift Cards! Thank you from all of us at Post 35 and we hope to see you at the party!

batons of senior Director Albert J. Nacinovich, Associate Director Jeffrey Dent, and Assistant Director Jessica Lewis. More information about the band’s history and present performance calendar is always available at the band’s website, The Repasz Band is also honored once again to join with the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank in a gesture of caring for those in need during the holiday season and throughout the year. Concertgoers are invited to bring canned food items to share if they desire to do so. Concert admission is free and all are invited as always.

Holiday Festival

FUN Academy Early Learning Child Care Center will be hosting a Free Holiday Festival, which is open to the public on December 8th from 12pm4pm at the center at 145 Ashler Manor Drive, Muncy. The festival will include photos with Santa, a live reindeer, crafts and games for the children and a raffle and entertainment by

Gabriel Severn for all to enjoy. The SPCA will also be present with animals for adoption. This event is being sponsored by Baker Tilly, The Coup Agency, Enterprise Rent-a-Car, InGroup, Intrada Technologies, Langan Group Financial, The Muncy Bank and Trust. For more information on the event, please contact 570-546-6777 ext 104.

The sights and sounds of the season will fill downtown Dushore on Saturday, December 14, when the Christmas in Dushore festivities take place. This annual event will turn the streets of Dushore into a Christmas wonderland, starting with Breakfast with Santa and ending with the spectacular Christmas Parade of Lights. As the sun goes down, the festivities light up, with the Kiwanis Tree Lighting Ceremony beginning at 5:30pm on Main Street. The ceremony will be

accompanied by caroling with the Dushore Music Club. Everyone will be gathering along South German, Water, Main, and Center streets, waiting to watch the creative, fun parade of floats and vehicles – all covered in holiday lights in some form or fashion – to pass by starting at 6pm. Christmas in Dushore is sponsored by the Dushore Area Business Association and all are welcome to attend. For more information, call 570-500-5078.

Christmas in Dushore Returns to Downtown


Brew Works 4741 Rt 220 Hwy, Muncy Valley, PA (570) 946-7979 Breakfast 7am-11am Lunch: 11am-4pm Dinner 4pm-9pm



Looking for a place to stay? We have rooms available! Reserve NOW!!

VFW POST 3428 Home Association Rear 12 North Market Street Muncy - 570-546-3820

Weekly Specials

Mon., Dec. 2nd ..... Potato Soup - $2.95+tax Tues., Dec. 3rd ..... 2 Soft Tacos - $3.95+tax Wed., Dec. 4th ..... 1 Dozen Wings Any Flavor 6.95+tax Thurs., Dec. 5th.... Tuna Noodle Casserole $5.95+tax Fri., Dec. 6th ........ 12” Pizza 1 Topping - $5.95+tax 9” Pizza 1 Topping - $3.95+tax or Mini Pizza 1 Topping $2.95+tax Sat., Dec. 7th ........Dozen Boneless Wings - $4.95+tax Sun., Dec. 8th.........Fish Sandwich with Fries $6.95+tax Bingo Every Sunday @ 6pm. Doors open @ 5pm. Open to the public. NO Breakfast in December. Will Start back up after the New Year. Christmas Karaoke with DoubleYou Tunes December 13th 8pm-11pm Come dressed in your ugliest sweaters Member Christmas Dinner December 14th @5pm…Must be signed up by December 9th with deposit paid.

Can call for more info 570-546-3820 Active Membership Meeting 1st Wednesday of every month, 7pm

Members and Guest Welcome

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From Page 18 Hershy Kay and arranged by Clare Grundman. For Hannukah happiness, the band will feature the musical theme and variaWEDNESDAY DINNER FEATURE tions of “Dreidel Dance”, masterfully and humorously Stuffed Peppers and engineered by composer Spaghetti with Meatballs Robert Thurston. Finally, a pastiche of Oyster Stew available anytime! Shelby Hanson’s “Patapan”, SAT, SUN, TUE 8-2 / WED, THU, FRI 8-8 / CLOSED MON Jon Bubbett’s “Ornaments! A Christmas Fanfare”, and the stately old-style military march “The New Colonial March” by Robert Browne Hall, himself hailed as the New England March King, one of Sousa’s closest rivals back in the day, and a virtuoso cornetist in his own right. The band plays under the

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Charles Hughes


CLOCK REPAIR Antique Clocks, Clock Repair, Now repairing & rewiring lamps and fixtures.

Give us a call.

CALL 570-584-2244


Sasha says, is the

Village Shoppe Complex, Eagles Mere, PA 17731

Green Lawn Memorial Park, 4 grave lots #379 in section A. Valued at $8,380, asking $6,000 obo, plus transfer fee. 570-546-6269

We have your memories and we want you to have them back. Many photographs have been dropped off for publication, some as far back as 2003. Please stop at the East Lycoming Shopper and News office to pick them up. Our office is located on Rt. 405 between Muncy and Hughesville. Don’t allow your photos to be thrown away.



Beth Ann Myers, Realtor

HELPING HANDS Cleaning Service is busier than ever and looking for part time & full time help. Call 570-312-0016 or 570-506-0442.

Call or Text: 570-971-2361


Crystal Colburn......... 570-220-3685

Pam Whipple ............. 570-419-0495

Janet Stackhouse ..... 570-220-3534

Amber Johnson ........ 570-394-1732

Employment 1500-Miscellaneous The Williamsport Sun Gazette is looking for

Customer Service & TeleSales Representatives

BUTTON OIL Formerly Scullin Oil Same company, same employees, new name!

Past experience a plus. But not necessary.

Need Heating Oil, or On & Off Road Diesel? Delivering to all local areas!

Apply at the


252 W Fourth Street Williamsport, PA 17701

Prices subject to change without notice.

Schedules are as follows: Monday thru Friday 1pm - 5pm No Holidays


1526-Full Time Wanted

570-332-1187 • 570-286-4519

FULL TIME, PART TIME positions in personal Care Home in Turbotville area. Direct care staff, Call: 570-490-9972.

1528-Part Time Wanted

Pianist needed for our 8:45 a.m. Sunday Church Service and Special Occasions. Salary Negotiable. Send letter of interest and phone number to Council President Messiah Lutheran Church 2041 Rte 442 Hwy., Muncy PA. 17756.



1PM - 3PM 333 So. 2nd St. Hughesville

Beautifully renovated home with many upgrades. Motivated Sellers! 155 Moreland Twp. Road, Muncy

112 Deerview Rd., Unityville

NEW PRICE Beautiful renovation with granite, air, many upgrades! $264,900

The Classified line ad deadline is It’s a beauty! Big, beautiful and nice view! Must see! $349,900

Rt. 405 Muncy-Hughesville Hwy /

prior to publication. All classified line ads need to be paid before insertion.

Goulds Water Systems • Ruud Electric & Gas Water Heaters

Baxter Plumbing & Heating Inc. Central Air Conditioning

We cut and thread Galvanized & Black Pipe from 1/8� 50East EastAcademy Academy St., 50 St.,Hughesville Hughesville

Mon thru Fri 8AM-4:30PM, Closed Sat. & Sun.

Mon thru Fri 8AM-4:30PM, Closed Sat. & Sun. Phone 570-584-2105, 1-800-430-2574 Phone 570-584-2105, 1-800-430-2574 Doug Baxter, Owner / Tom Ott, Store Manager

For expert cleaning services call..... Residential and Commercial “Service with Care�

326-7666 or 584-2529


• Certified Cleaning Technicians • Efficient & Friendly • Odor Control • Truck Mount Cleaning System • We Bring Our Own Water • Carpet Protector • Uniformed & Insured

Financial 2000-Bus Opp


Is looking for Reliable Carriers in: Montoursville - District 60 Route MTV3470 Bennett St, Broad St., Cherry St., Jordan Ave., Mulberry St., North Arch St., North Loyalsock Ave., North Montour St. No Collections. Customers 153 Approximate Monthly Profit + Tips $730 Montgomery District 60 Route MTR6120 Porch Delivery in town, motor route delivery Cemetery Hill Rd, Pinchtown Rd, Route 54 area No Collections Customers 145 Approximate Monthly Profit $790 + tips Muncy District 60 Route Mun5260 Carpenter St, Charles Rd, Green St, Pepper St, Water St, Main St, Market St

2625 Continental Blvd., Turbotville, PA 17772 570-458-4395


Montgomery & Watsontown District 60 Route MTR6310 In town Watsontown, Route 405 between Montgomery & Watsontown, Route 54 from Montgomery to Warrior Run Blvd and surrounding areas.

No Collection Customers 85 Ruth Hurst Ext. 1150 David Montis Ex 1149 570-326-1551

Rental Real Estate 3006-Apts -

the employment listings in the classifieds and uncover a realm of possibilities, one of which is sure to be the right fit for you.




3008-Houses for Rent 3 Bedroom, 1/2 Double in Montgomery for rent. Garage, yard, stove and refrigerator. Call 570-447-4416 Country Setting, near Unityville, Minutes away from 118, Close to Rickets Glenn, East Lycoming School District. 3bd. Tenant responsible for utilities & phone. Lawn & snow removal, No pet, Non Smoking. Background check, $900.00 For information please call 570-854-5496


PENNSDALE, D&L SELF STORAGE, 10x10, 10x20 & 10x30 546-8267. SPACE FOR RENT Hughesville, Muncy previously Swank’s New To You on Rt 405, 1 mile South of Hughesville. Call 570-220-1634

Auctions 4000-Auctions FRY’S AUCTION SERVICE 546-6991

You’ll Find It

In The Shopper


No Collections Customers 155 Approximate Monthly Profit $830 + tips

Mansfield District 40 Route MTR6370

Check out

Rental Real Estate

Hughesville, Nice one bedroom, $450. Rent includes water & sewer. Non- Smoking, no pets. 570-772-7114

HUGHESVILLE ONE BEDROOM second floor apartments. Heat, water and sewer included; off street parking; no pets; security deposit and references required. Call 584-2138 between 9:00 A.M. and 5 P.M.

If you are interested in a new exciting job, we have great opportunities for you. American Customer Care (ACC) has immediate openings for Full and Part Time phone representatives in Montoursville. ACC is now hiring to fill the recently created openings listed below. Customer Service Representatives: We have 10 openings for Full Time (FT) Inbound Customer Service Representatives (CSR) for a variety of positions and shifts. Our CSR’s handle many types of inbound customer service inquiries including phone calls, emails and live chats. Shifts available 7 days/week to meet all needs. Call 1-800-660-0130 or visit our recruiting site,, to schedule an interview. American Customer Care is located in the Savoy Plaza in Montoursville 948 Plaza Drive Montoursville, PA 17754 EOE

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101 N. Main St., Muncy • 570-546-5462

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 9am-8pm; Thurs. 9am-5pm; Saturday 9am-3pm



4500-Garage Sales

4500-Garage Sales

6004-House Goods


Mattress Sale - Single $49, Full $59, Queen $79. Washer, Dryer, Fridge, Stove, Futon, Freezer. 570-322-2722

ANTHRACITE COAL DELIVERY Delivering all sizes of coal $225/ton. Price includes delivery, 2 ton minimum. Bagged coal $6.50/ 50 lb. bag. Call Robbins Coal 570-546-8301 Premium Anthracite Coal - $190 Ton, Bags $6.75. Hampe’s Coal Yard, 5037 Musser Lane Watsontown. 570-412-5637

Don’t Miss Buyers....

INSTRUCTION (All Levels) Guitar, Bass, Keyboard, Drums, Banjo, Mandolin, Accordion & Music Theory


Garage/Yard Sales



THIS WEEK’S SPECIALS 2013 Dodge Journey Crew

2010 Subaru Outback Premium

6 Cyl, Auto, Leather, Heated Seats & Steering Wheel, 149K, AWD, Very Nice!

4 Cyl, Auto, 150K, AWD, Very Clean & Sharp!

Visit us at

Family Thrift Shop Fairfield U.M. Church, 833 Fairfield Church Rd, Montoursville. Fri, Dec. 6th, 8-2 and Sat, Dec. 7th, 8 to noon. Fall and Winter clothing. Everything 1/2 price! Directions: From beltway, take Fairfield exit left if from Muncy, right if from Williamsport, left on Brushy Ridge Rd, right on Fairfield Church Rd to the church. From Lycoming Mall Rd, take Cemetery Rd, north, left on Fairfield Church Rd to the church.

Use the Map It Logo on Your Sale Ad and Buyers Can Go to 4508-Moving & Estate Sales Click on the Garage CAS one day ONLY sale. House and contents. Fri. Sale Logo and Be Dec. 6. 8am-5pm ¢ price at noon!!! 349 Stanstarts Mapped Right to Your ton St. S. Williamsport Furn, Mossberg 22, fly Sale!!! fishing items, tools; HOUSE FULL !! See Call Classifieds at for pictures and more 570-584-2134 info. (cas) For More Info


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Perfect-2-perfect is having a whole home moving sale at 55 Valley View Dr in Jersey Shore on December 5& 6 from 9am-4pm. Located in the Orchard Hills Development. It is a very clean sale with lots of beautiful furniture and household goods. For a complete listing and photos, see our website at www.onlinetradingassistan


Armstrong Print, Called The Flyer. Unframed. Never exposed to light. $1400 570-412-7984

FOR SALE 42â&#x20AC;? SNOW BLOWER Fits a John Deere L110, asking $200.00. Call 570-764-8146

To Place your Ad Call 584-2134 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Fax: 584-5399

Ă&#x;Buying Jewelry GaloreĂ&#x; Pre-1960â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s glitzy & gaudy vintage costume & designer jewelry, estate jewelry, antique jewelry, gold jewelry (old & new), sterling jewelry, sterling silver items & much more! Call Linda 570-295-0622 or 570-295-4013. Ă&#x;Thank youĂ&#x;

Agriculture 6512-Fire Wood

Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll Find It In The Shopper

Anthony M Lorson Firewood. My son is home from college and wants to work. Has fully seasoned and ready to burn wood. Sold by face cord. Free delivery and stacking. $100 Call or text 272-202-9490

Anthony M Lorson. Green Oak Pole Wood for sale. 570-398 -2304

6518-Hay & Straw

Hay For Sale. Dale Gorner, 570-458-5959


QUICK CASH Cash Paid for

DIAMONDS â&#x20AC;˘ GOLD â&#x20AC;˘ COINS â&#x20AC;˘ TVs â&#x20AC;˘ DVDs â&#x20AC;˘ iPODS â&#x20AC;˘ iPADS â&#x20AC;˘ VIDEO GAMES


Newberry Exchange 846 Diamond St., Newberry (Williamsport)



CALL 570-326-4450


Delta Milwaukee Home Craft 3 foot Medal Latche. Many Accessories. $575 570-971-9071

EVERYBODY WINS WITH THE CLASSIFIEDS! Whether youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re buying or selling, it pays to do your homework here!


6044-Wanted to Buy


Located at the Silk Mill Complex 102 S. Railroad St. Hughesville For more information call Mike Wall at 570-368-2424

584-4341 Hughesville, PA (Please Leave Message)

Garage/Yard Sales

3 PC Workout Equipment treadmill, ab machine and cycle, also an excersice ball, $400. 570-560-9314 Vogelzang small box wood stove. New condition. $150. 570-584-2460

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$2.49 $2.44

Anti-Gel Available at extra cost CASH 125 gal. minimum Prices Subject To Change Without Notice â&#x20AC;&#x153;Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re Saving Money If Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re Using Aceâ&#x20AC;?


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7000-Autos Hiring for all positions full and part time come in and apply: Route 405 Muncy Highway 570-546-2748

FOR SALE 2003 Cadillac DeVille, 103,878 miles, excellent condition, best offer. 570-584-3541 2000 Mazda Miata Convertible 78,000 origanl miles Rust Free $4,800 570-971-9071


Premium Low Ash Anthracite Coal All Sizes - Pick up or Delivered Bag Coal Available - Scales on Site

Call for Hours

Cloyd Sones 241 Keener Dr., Watsontown, PA


2008 F150 129,000 miles, Very Good Condition Asking $8,800. Text 272-202-1580

7010-Antiques/ Classics

Looking to buy an old Foreign project car. In any condition , running or not. Porch, Jaguar, Mercedes, Maserati, Ferrari and much more. Fast and easy transaction. Cash on the spot. If you have any of these or any other old foreign cars sitting around please call 703-832-2202

See What Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve Been Missing In The


PUBLIC ESTATE AUCTION #388 Saturday, December 7, 2019 at 12:00 P.M. ***LOCATION*** 92 Industrial Park Rd., Muncy, PA (Selling at the Gallery on the Farm, Look for the Windmill)

Collectibles / Modern Decor /Furniture

â&#x20AC;˘ 12:00 - (Outback): Usual Assorted box lots Misc. Furnishings - Tools - 16 Pcs of Patio Furniture Lg. Sel. of Floral Decor - Kenmore Elite Grill â&#x20AC;˘ 1:00 - (there bouts) MAIN HALL â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Collectibles Housewares - Quilts Costume Jewelry & MUCH MORE!!! â&#x20AC;˘ 2:00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; FURNITURE Auctioneer Note: 12:00 Start!! FULL listing and pictures on (enter #5545) & (enter 5228). Inside heated building, Chairs provided, good food and laughter is available!! Terms: Cash or good PA check. Credit cards (include lost 3% Discount). All verbal statements take precedence over previously written materials.

All items are sold â&#x20AC;&#x153;AS IS, WHERE ISâ&#x20AC;?, No guaranties made by the seller. Significant Incident Date Dec. 8th. â&#x20AC;&#x153;NO BUYERâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S PREMIUMâ&#x20AC;?.

Interstate Auction Services, LLC Chuck Kindlimann, Auctioneer AU-003818-L Licensed Auction Company AY002384 92 Industrial Park Road, Muncy, PA (570)935-0376



7030-Vehicles Wanted

WED, December 4, 2019 AT 5PM

ATTENTION: B&C AUTO WRECKERS will now pay top dollar for your unwanted cars, trucks & equipment. Licensed & professional service. Removal Service Available. Call for details 570-547-1040.

Location: 34 PINE SCHOOL RD, MILLVILLE, PA. 17846



For your dead or alive junk cars, trucks, vans, etc. FREE REMOVAL. 570-337-8996

Service/Repair 7565-Cleaning

HELPING HANDS Cleaning Service (we do it all).Power Washing & Windows, One-time, weekly, bi-weekly, residential, commercial. Many references. Insured and bonded. Call 570-312-0016 or 570-506-0442 Your Way Cleaning, LLC Weekly or Bi-weekly. Residential and Commercial. Fully insured and Bonded. Jennifer Savage (570)-506-1402


STONE - TOPSOIL SHALE - COAL Available by Single or Tri-Axle Loads. HAMPEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S HAULING MUNCY - 570-412-1212


INDIANTOWN DISPOSAL Service offering weekly garbage collection and trash removal from around your home. 570-584-4182.

7670-Mower Repairs

Pennsdale Repair Shop Lawn & Garden,Snow Blower,Chain Saw, Service/Repair Call 570-447-9908


RICHARD T. GOLD, JR. Roofing, spouting & roof painting. General Contracting. Serving the area since 1974. 570-546-3055.

Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll Find It In The Shopper

The animals know where to look.





QUESTIONS CALL 570-441-4647

MUNCY REAL ESTATE Beautiful (5) Bedroom - 4 Bath Home Out of Realtorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hands for One Day Only!! Saturday, Dec. 14, 2019 at 11:00 A.M.

The East Lycoming Shopper

570*584*2134 1025 Rte. 405 Hwy. Hughesville, PA 17737


524 S. Main St., Muncy

Absolute Sale at $325,000.00 or More!!

This Grand Home on 0.7 tenths of an acre offers over 4,300 Sq.ft. of Living Area which has been fully remodeled!! The main entrance offers the original hardwood hall & staircase, rooms w/ 10â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Ceilings & accented original stained glass windows, Large living room for entertainment, Spacious Gourmet Kitchen w/ Cooking works & cupboard space to spare!! No expenses spared!! 2nd Floor w/ 4 Bedrooms (Master w/ walk-in closet & bath). 3rd Floor a world of its own w/ Bath. Amenities include: 2 car oversized Garage, Patio Deck, fully cemented basement w/ Man Cave, Large area for off street parking, (2) 200 Amp Panel Boxes and much more!! Auctioneer Note: UPI Number: 37-001-903. FULL listing & Photographs go to (enter ID #5545). Terms: Real Estate being sold at 11:00 A.M. with an opening bid of $325,000.00 or More!! This is an extremely motivated Seller (Saving you $75,000.00 off the current listing price!!) and sold â&#x20AC;&#x153;AS IS, WHERE ISâ&#x20AC;? in its present condition. Please contact the Auctioneer for \RXU RZQ SULYDWH VKRZLQJ &DVKLHUÂśV RU FHUWLÂżHG FKHFN ZULWWHQ WR ,QWHUVWDWH $XFWLRQ 6YFV //& Escrow or Cash in the amount of $2,000.00 required at time of auction as down payment. Only 3% Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Premium Charged, to be paid by purchaser as part of the purchase price. Any Tests may be conducted at the potential high bidders expense. Settlement made 45 days from sale date or upon delivery of clear deed. Contact Auctioneers for additional terms.

Interstate Auction Services, LLC. Chuck Kindlimann, Auctioneer AU-003818-L.......... Licensed Auction Company AY002384 92 Industrial Park Road, Muncy, PA (570)935-0376

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Week of December 2 - 8, 2019  

In this issue: Holiday Gift Ideas, Shop Local, Church and Club, Restaurant Specials, Help Wanted and more!

Week of December 2 - 8, 2019  

In this issue: Holiday Gift Ideas, Shop Local, Church and Club, Restaurant Specials, Help Wanted and more!