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little rust, good rubber, new muffler, inspected till August, 200,000 mi., $3,500. 570-8656399. 4/30 2002 Dodge Ram, 1500 Quad Cab, 4.7L V8 Auto, 4x4, $6,700; 1999 Ford F150 ext. cab, 4.6L V8 auto, 4x4, $3,200; 1997 Ford Probe, 2.5L V6 auto, $1,000. 570-538-5422. 4/30 1946 Lincoln Continental, 2 dr, 1946 Sedan V12 motors, $5,000; 3 Corvairs, $1,000; 2 Falcon SW, $1,000; 75 vehicles, $1,000-$5,000, no more hobby. 570-538-3464. 5/14 Auto / Truck Accessories & Equipment – 07 FOR SALE: Fiberglass Cap for 04 Ford F-150. 7 ½ ft. $250. 570-494-0444. ufn 14 or 16 ft. Dump Trailer cam preferred 570-204-6287. ufn. Truck Caps for sale. 570-4940444. Call for details. Ufn 5 Working Mid-80’s Oldsmobile Toranado Radios, 8x3 ¾x5 deep, as a lot $150 all, plus shipping. 814-342-4094. 4/30 Power Wheels, Cadillac Escalade, 12 Volt rechargeable battery, with FM radio, excellent condition. Asking $225. 814-422-8720. 4/30 Tires for Sale: Two 7-14.5 HD Low Boy, 8 ply; Two 8-14.5 Tires; Four 8x14.5 LT. All new on rims. $75 each OBO. 570759-2131. 4/30 Boats-08 Business Opportunity-09 25 Year Landscaping Business for Sale. Serious inquiries only. Gross sales 5 year venue approximately $160,000/year. 570-279-1319. Ufn Builders/Building Materials-10 Do you have any type of building materials for sale? Call to place your classified ad in the next issue (570)-5240962. Campers, Motor Homes, & Recreational Vehicles-11 1995 Chariot Park Model Camper, furnished, 34’x12’, w/ loft, computer room or office, sunken BR, tinted living room window, furnished 8’x34’ porch sunscreen, 10’x20’ carport, 10’x20’ new shed. Make offer. 570-966-6220. Ufn Western Trailer, 2 T., tandum

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Twin Wooden Bed, has storage drawers underneath, a few scratches, daughter moved up to a double bed. Paid over $1,000 new, will sell for $150. 570-444-9850 ask for Max. ufn Miscellaneous-35 Grass Fed & Organic Beef, no corn, no soy, $5/lb. steaks & roasts, $4.50/lb. hamburg. 570568-8187. 4/30 8 Units for a strong colliseum pool, hardware too. 570-4449850 ask for Max. ufn 20 Gallon Aquarium Tank, with all accessories, like new. Asking $85. 814-422-8720. 4/30 2003 Hess Truck, 2 race cars, batteries all still in box & ba, $25 OBO. 570-547-6788. 4/30 Simplicity Sewing Machine, new in box, never used, $100. 570-980-0015. 4/30 5 Full Boxes of Avon Bottles, $40. all; Pioneer Stereo 4 speakers, $150.; 3 load locks & extra cylinders, $150; Gas tank for Ford car, $50. 570-286-2071.

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VALLEY DATEBOOK FREE HOUSE---Victorian Lady/Vic’s Pub—Lewisburg, PA The Victorian Lady, also known as Vic’s Pub, located at 2167 Old Turnpike Rd in Lewisburg, PA is going to be given away later this year to anyone who would like to relocate the structure. Due to brand mandated updates, Blaise Alexander Ford is beginning additions and alterations to the current dealership facility. The Alexander family regrets that they are unable to repurpose the old landmark as part of the mandated improvements. Due to public sentiment and community spirit,

VALLEY DATEBOOK the Alexander family has decided to offer the existing Victorian Lady/Vic’s Pub to anyone or organization at NO COST. The house must be completely removed along with all foundations, underground utilities, and sidewalks. The buyer is completely responsible for all associated costs. The buyer’s contractor must be fully insured, and be licensed in PA. Timeframe on this removal is subject to change and cannot be finalized until later this Fall 2018. If anyone is interested in removing and relocating the house, please contact Aubrey Alexander at 570-368-8677 ext

VALLEY DATEBOOK 11111 for more details. You can also send a letter request to Aubrey Alexander at 10 Alexander Dr. Muncy PA 17756. Pet Pantry: Recently, a group of community volunteers created Pet Pantry of Lycoming County, a 501c3 program of Animal Care Sanctuary and collaboration with Beckoning Cat Project. The mission is to provide pet food to families experiencing a challenging financial time, rather than having to place their beloved pet into the already overburdened shelter system. The opening for the pantry is slated for December 2017, and will be housed at the Beckoning Cat Project, 1417 East Third St., Wmpt. To prepare they are seeking assistance to help stock the shelves! Contact Tracy Haas-Ungard at 570-4947788 or tracyhaaz@yahoo.com with any questions. This workshop is specifically designed to assist people who will be enrolling in Medicare, either because they will turn 65 years old or because they receive Social Security disability benefits. The

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River Town Team .... Invites the Public to Plant Tree Seedlings by the river On Thursday, April 19, at 5pm Lewisburg Landing Park on S Front and St George Streets The Lewisburg River Town Team has launched a Green Team that’s tackling conservation and maintenance tasks above and beyond the brief of the Borough Crew at the Lewisburg Landing Park by the St George St Boat Ramp. Every Monday evening the group is tackling litter and Japanese Knotweed and the like. In addition to those weekly sessions, this coming Thursday they will also be organizing a tree planting. This time of year there are many regional plant sales

offered by the County Conservation Districts to assist property owners and conservation groups with doing the right thing and working to reestablish Penn’s Woods. This activity will entail planting some tree seedlings in the no mow zone established last year at this time on the site. The public is invited to take part in the tree planting (as well as any other ongoing Green Team activities). The new trees will join the mixed crop of deciduous and evergreens put in last spring. Some of those didn’t survive, but many are staking their claim to the site. People are welcome to come out and have a go at putting in future shade. Volunteers should wear work clothes and sturdy

shoes. If you have gloves and tools to bring, please do, but know that there will also be loaners on hand. The process is somewhat strenuous, but not excessively so, given the small size of the trees. Those who are not up for digging and planting will be able to help in other ways, e.g. with litter pick up, watering, and taking photos. To get a sense of what the green team has been up to

this spring, visit the group’s facebook photo album at www.bit.ly/ LNCGreenTeam2018 (case sensitive). For more information, please contact the Lewisburg Neighborhoods office at 570-523-0114, elmstreet@dejazzd.com, or text 781-366-0726. Contact: Samantha Pearson, Lewisburg N e i g h b o r h o o d s Corporation, 570-523-0114 or elmstreet@dejazzd.com.

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Tractors and Farm Equipment: JD 9500 Combine 2wd 5800 hrs; JD 643 6 row corn head; JD 918 grain flex head; JD 5520N 2wd orchard Tractor; ’54 Ferguson T030 Tractor; 25’ ft. bale wagon, 10bales; N.H. 1431 13’ ft.Disc Bine; Rossi 10 Wheel rake; H.D. Bale Hugger for skid loader; 6’x18’ trailer NO title; JD 2 way sulky plow; Westfield MK130-17 Swing Auger 13”x71’; Kioti 3054 Tractor w/KL122 loader 4x4, Construction Equipment: JD 350 Diesel Crawler loader Excellent Condition; ’00 Sky Jack SJ7027 Scissor Lift duel fuel 4x4; ’01 JLG 600A Manlift duel fuel 4x4; Marks LiftJ19EP Scissor lift battery; Digit 125 tow behind mini back hoe w/18hp Kohler; Clark GCX 30E forklift propane; Komatsu 25 forklift propane 2 stage; Gehl 4640 Skid loader; ’01 PJ 22’ ft. tilt Trailer bumper pull; Atlas Copco XAS96 screw air compressor w/JD diesel; Miller Big Blue air pak welder w/1011 Deutz Diesel; HD Grapple bucket; Mcmillon Post hole auger; Trucks & Cars:1991 Spartan Pumper,6 man cab, top mount 1250 Darley pump, 1000 Gal. tank, LED Light bar; ’08 GMC 5500 4x4 Dump truck w/39K mile, HD 9’ Fisher snow plow; ’88 IH Eagle Triaxle Dump truck w/14’ alum. w/big cam Cummins; ’86 Ford Triaxle Dump truck; ’97 Freightliner FL60 Ambulance w/Lifeline box 120K miles; ’99 Ford F550 7.3L Powerstroke w/9’ dump; ’96 Chevy S10 4x4 90k miles; ’98 Chevy Venture Van; ’03 Chevy Malibu 80k miles R tile; New/used Tires; 8 Slightly used 37x12.5x16.5 Humvee tires; 2 used 18.4x38 Tractor Tires; 4 New 23.5x25 Loader tires; 8 New 20.5x25 Loader tires; 8 Blackstone OTRXT 1115x415 (800) airless tire; (Several roles of conveyer belts); New/used Tools: 2 New Husqvarna chainsaws; Craftsman tools, Ford propane 30KW Generator 1186 hrs, extension and step ladders, and many more assorted tools; Lawn & Garden; Kubota G5200 Riding Mower Diesel 44” deck 1378 hrs.; Troybuilt horse tiller w/New Honda engine; Husky 22 ton log splitter; Cub Cadet zero turn mower; a proximally 20 more lawn mowers; Building Supplies; New paint steel roofing and siding (in varies length and colors) Harness &Tack Items --- Loads of Hay and Firewood Truck Load of NURSERY STOCK: Flowering trees and shrubs; shade tree; evergreen tree, hanging baskets and perennials Lawn furniture & Building supplies: outdoor furniture; concrete lawn ornaments (bird baths etc.); planters Sporting Goods: 2- Crossbows, Arrows broad heads, Fishing Rods, Kayak, Ammunition, Scopes, Tree stands, Binoculars, Canoe, turkey calls, camo clothing, gloves, scent killers, and decoys Household items and Collectibles: peanut butter glasses; hens on nest; Groceries: Snack Food, Cereal, Crackers, ETC Quilts & Homemade Rugs; Antiques

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NEW THIS YEAR, SILENT AUCTION 2018 Fre-Port Auction Coffee Mug, signed by the fire chiefs; Crossman 760 Pellet/BB Gun; Gift Certificate for 280 lb. Butchered Hog & Processing; Shade Mountain Winery Gift Basket; Gamo Hornet Pellet Gun; Double Round Live Edge Coffee Table; Gameland Taxidermy - $100 Gift Certificate; Locally Handmade .50 Caliber Muzzleloader; Handmade Long Bow by Mahantango Long Bow; Evelyn’s Designs Flower Shop-$20 Gift Certificate; 10 Gal. Butcher Kettle with Propane Cooker;

FOOD STAND: Chicken BBQ, Pork Sandwiches, Homemade Ice-Cream, French Fries, Hot Dogs, Salad Bar, Drinks SALE SCHEDULE RECEIVING HOURS: FRIDAY April 27, 2017 from 8:00 AM till 8:00 PM

7:00 A.M. – Breakfast Sandwiches 8:30 A.M. – Small Items & Groceries 8:30 A.M. – Tools

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9:30 A.M. – Nursery Stock CASH or PA CHECKS ONLY, 11:30 A.M. – Quilts & Rugs CREDIT CARD MASTERCARD AND VISA 3% TRANSACTION CHARGE 11:30 A.M. – Hay and firewood 11:30 A.M. – Heavy Equipment Auctioneers: Beiler and Campbell J. Merle Stoltzfus AU#005403

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Services to provide direct, local assistance to Medicare beneficiaries through one-onone, counseling sessions (both in-person and over the phone), presentations, and public education programs. APPRISE is a free health insurance counseling program designed to help Pennsylvanians with Medicare. For more information, visit Northumberland County Agency on Aging website at www.ncaging.org. AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY ROAD TO RECOVERY PROGRAM SEEKS VOLUNTEERS Imagine being diagnosed with cancer, but you don’t have transportation to your cancer treatments. Every patient in our area miss potentially lifesaving cancer treatment because they are too ill to drive themselves and are unable to find a ride. The American Cancer Society Road To Recovery® program provides free transportation to and from cancer treatment. The program needs volunteers to coordinate rides, as well as volunteer drivers. For more

information about volunteering or about the American Cancer Society’s programs and services visit www.cancer.org or call 1-800227-2345. ufn RENT & PROPERTY TAX REBATES Forms and assistance are available at no cost from Department of Revenue district offices, state legislators’ offices, Union-Snyder Community Action Agency, or by contacting the Agency on Aging in your county. The rebate benefits eligible Pennsylvanians age 65 and older, widows and widowers age 50 and older; and people with disabilities age 18 and older. The income limit is $35,000 a year for homeowners and $15,000 annually for renters and half of Social Security income is excluded. For more information, contact: Community Action Agency: 570374-0181 Representative Fred Keller: 570966-0052 or 570-837-0052 Representative Garth Everett: 570-546-2084 (Gregg & White Deer Twp) Representative Lynda Schlegel-Culver: 570-286-5885 UnionSnyder Agency on Aging: 570-524-2100 or 570-374-5558. ufn Christ Centered Recovery Meetings: Monday: Freedom Revolution 7:00pm – 8:30pm Open Meeting Grace Covenant Community Church 99 N. Shuman St. Middleburg 17842; Tuesday: Recovery Thru Christ 7:00pm – 8:00pm Open Meeting Sanctuary of Praise, The Church on the Hill 4284 Westbranch Hwy Lewisburg 17837; Thursday: Hands of Encouragement

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free and are held in Lewisburg or its vicinity. Sponsored by the Merrill W. Linn Land and Waterways Conservancy and the Buffalo Creek Watershed Alliance. For complete details visit www.LinnConservancy.org Now-April 21: Programming at the Bloomsburg Children’s Museum Enriching the lives of people in the region, the Bloomsburg Children’s Museum fosters a lifelong love of learning through enjoyable interactive programs and 50 hands-on exhibits, games, and activities that bring out the imagination in every child and the child in every visitor. Enjoy Music Together Classes; Homeschool Hangouts & Phys. Ed. Classes; Homework Happy Hour; and iMake a-la-carte art & science series. iMake: Smash Painting (3/29) and Cobra Weaving (4/5). First Friday at the Museum is April 6. The museum will be open until 8pm with special activities for the whole family. Call for Makers: 3rd Annual Bloomsburg Mini Maker Faire- Now through March 31, groups or individuals of all ages interested in presenting their projects, hobbies, experiments, and do-it-yourself spirit should complete the application at http://bloomsburg.makerfaire.com/ for the Mini Maker Faire on April 21. www.theChildrens-Museum.org Bloomsburg Now-June 22: Samek Art Museum Exhibits Now-June 3: Art Exhibit: Beautiful War- Bucknell Art Professor Eddy Lopez uses computer algorithms to transform photographic images of war into seemingly serene landscapes. These prints subvert the horror of war like a mercifully blurry memory that offers instead abstract fields of colors and patterns. At the Downtown Gallery Now-June 22: State of the Ax-  In this exhibition, drawn from the collection of the Samek Art Museum, photographer Ralph Gibson offers thirty intimate black-and-white portraits of guitar masters playing their instruments.

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LEWISBURG’S: WALK IT! BIKE IT COMMITTEE MEETING Last month in response to growing expressions of public concern about traffic conflicts on Stein Lane and on Newman Road, Walk It! Bike It! Lewisburg invited the public to attend a Listening Session to hear and be heard on the subject. This month, the public is again invited to a Report Back on what came up last month. A compilation of what was said both in the way of issues and no-holdsbarred problem-solving will be presented. The group will consider whether anything is missing from that assessment. Walk It! Bike It! will present a draft of a “Country Roads” version of our Walk the Walk – Drive the Drive road safety campaign. This was one of the

action items suggested for WIBI to pursue at the last session. Finally the meeting will move to talking about solutions in a more concrete way.

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column. They have a son named Jake! He’s our pride and joy!” –CW L.B.Y.L. Readers: It would help a lot if you put your town location in your ad. Distance is important when replying to an ad. Thanks. – The Valley Trader PLEASE RESPOND – We have had several people who have responded to personals in our column, and received no response in return. We would like to request that you send at least a post card to each and every response you receive, just out of courtesy to those taking the time to write you. Also, don’t forget to include either a phone number or address in your letter when responding to an ad. IN ORDER TO DISTINGUISH BETWEEN IC RESIDENTS AND OTHER RESIDENTS WE HAVE DECIDED TO PUT EACH IN THEIR OWN SECTION. Tired of not meeting that special someone at work,

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RETURNED BACK TO US, NON DELIVERABLE. ALSO YOU MUST SIGN UP I GUESS TO RECEIVE MAIL FROM LBYL. WE GET ONES BACK NON DELIVERABLE AS YOU MUST BE ON A LIST WHERE YOU ARE STAYING. Inmates, seems you may need to be on some kind of mailing list at the prison. Inquire at your place. Thanks. IC’s: FIC, young, beautiful, eager to meet people. Looking for pen pal who’s funny, spontaneous, loving, unique, good listener. MM25880IC SFIC, romantic, playful, fun, single, attractive, honest, drug free, seeking single gentleman for friendship/LTR, to enjoy a variety of things. Willing to relocate. White envelopes only when replying. BH25881IC FIC, 30, brown skin, fun, outgoing, down to earth,

available. EH25884IC SWtFIC, 41, lonely, brown hair & eyes, seeking SM, 30-50, would like to correspond with, possibly meet in a few months. AS25885IC FIC, cute, red headed, country girl, blue eyes, athletic build. HG25886IC BiFIC, tall, blue eyes, skinny, Irish. Write me. Send your info, I’ll call or write back. KB25887IC SWtFIC, slim, attractive, coming home soon, looking for long term relationship, easy going, loves fun & making memories. DG25888IC SWtFIC, Are you looking for your forever one? No need to look any further. I’m not just a pretty face, I’m a girl with a good heart who’s loyal, faithful, outgoing, loving, much more. Love the outdoors, country girl, blonde hair, amazing body. DM25889IC SWtFIC, looking for companionship, brown hair/blue eyed beauty, 24,

The Valley Trader would like to thank everyone who places an ad in his column and also the people who respond. The number of responses we have been receiving has been GREAT!!! If you meet that “special person” from communicating through our column, let us know. Did you marry? Are you dating? We would like to know! Write us a short note we can print. Of course, we’ll only print it with your initials. ATTENTION: We have no control over where our Look Before You Leap ads arrive from, and being a free press, we will place them in our column. Some ads may be from lonely individuals who are incarcerated.

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YOUR HOMETOWN COMMUNITY PUBLICATION OF THE SUSQUEHANNA VALLEY • THE VALLEY TRADER “An important aspect of effort is that it’s controllable,” Concannon says. “It comes from inside. If athletes focus on working hard to improve, performing well, and have the freedom to make mistakes so they can learn from them, they’ll end up becoming better athletes.” Self-discipline: Effort opens up the pathways for the values of selfdiscipline and the ability to selfassess. “I’d rather have an athlete on my team who works hard to improve, focuses on what they can do well, and learns from mistakes,” Concannon says. “Those kids will grow as athletes, perform better, and develop the character of a successful person. These values will most certainly impact an athlete’s life beyond the youth sports experience—education, profession, citizenship, personal values, and even family life.”

Wrestling teaches values that go far beyond winning and losing and last long after one’s wrestling career is done.

Any ex-wrestler can quickly tell you that.

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since success is only defined by the scoreboard and results are not always something they can control.” How to overcome failure: In wrestling, failure at some point is inevitable. A wrestler will lose a match. They may lose several matches, or not even win in those early years. They may fail to master a specific move in practice, growing frustrated with each failed attempt. Wrestling teaches the importance of “if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.” If a young kid is learning how to code, or working on a math problem, they may not get it right. Through wrestling, they have learned that if they continue to work on their failures, they can eventually get it—and achieve success. Effort: Repeatedly trying to overcome challenges, and failures, takes effort. That’s another value that shouldn’t be overlooked, Concannon says.

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to goals and work to attain them because they are trying to compete and, ultimately, win. This creates an opportunity for great things to happen. Trying to win is the fabric of the sports experience, but should not be the sole emphasis.” If the sole emphasis is the scoreboard, then athletes end up on a path of limitations, says Concannon. Focusing on the scoreboard/final outcome can lead to a “results” focus instead of a “process” or “performance” focus. Athletes who focus on results, says Concannon, end up, too often, comparing themselves to others and focusing on avoiding mistakes. “This is limiting,” Concannon says. “The scoreboard-focused athletes end up playing with anxiety. They have trouble coping with failure


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