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Strides have been made in improving access to coverage with the implementation of Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act(ACA). To date, more than one in five people in the United States — nearly 75 million Americans—rely on Medicaid for health coverage, making it the country’s largest healthcare program. More than 15 million of these Medicaid enrollees were made eligible through the expansion of coverage brought about by the ACA.

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WHEN REPLYING TO A LBYL AD BE SURE TO MAKE ALL CHECKS OUT TO THE VALLEY TRADER. EACH REPLY IS $4.00. You must renew your ad every 2 issues for it to run in the next issue. And it MUST be written. Ads are not taken by phone. We may be data basing the ad, if so, you will not get a new number each time. Please note that no ads for alternative lifestyles will be placed anymore. Ads will be placed according to publisher’s discretion. Must be 18 or over to use this column. ATTENTION NOTICE If you send us an ad to run in this section, you must include your real name and address or we will not be able to print your ad. No one ever knows who you are except for the person who handles the replies in my office. Thank you for understanding in this simple matter. Did you meet someone or go further with your relationship? We want to know. Send us your testimonial. Testimonials: (Looking for some new comments of success) Fall 1991 and January 1992 Testimonials: My cousin and his new wife (both in their early 40’s) were visiting my mom, my sister, and I. My sister asks, “So, how did you meet?” They kind of giggled and asked each other, “Should we tell them?” They said they met through the LYBL column. My sister and I decided we would try our fare at meeting “Mr. Right”. (BTW, my cousin and his wife are still married and hopelessly in love.) My sister didn’t have much luck, but in January 1992, I saw this ad that kept drawing my attention. As described, he really wasn’t what I was looking for, but... We met later that month for the first time; got engaged in 1993 and married in 1994. We will celebrate our 25th anniversary this October and we have a 23-year-old daughter who lives out of state. Thank you, LYBL! Mr. & Mrs. J.N. 4/4/17 Testimonial: I placed an ad 1/2/94 and met the love of my life. He has 3 boys and I have 3 girls. We were married 8/26/95 and now we’re the Brady Bunch. Thanks for helping us find each other. KP/DP I will always be grateful to your paper Valley Trader. My husband DH wrote to me and we have been happily married almost 12 wonderful years. We’ve been through many trials and joys and so glad we found each other. K.W/K.H. “Thanks Again Valley Trader, Friends! Years ago I put an ad in your paper and we were married almost 20 years & then our lord called him home.” -HR “My brother met his wife Bonnie through your 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

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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, at the bar, or wherever you have been looking? Look no further than Look Before You Leap men and woman our other supporting single services. We want to help you! What do you have to lose? Just your loneliness. So do it. Send in your ad or send in a response. See directions at beginning of section on how to be a part of the Look Before You Leap. Regular: SWtM, looking for a nice lady for friend & dating. Likes old cars, ‘70 music, camping, outdoors. CG26705 1/17 SWtM, retired 71, 5’8”-202, looking for a woman in her 60’s for dating, out to eat, movies, romance hopefuly. I’m in good shape, need a friend to visit, Snyder Co. area? I have green eyes, a beard, strong & sexy. No drugs or smoke. KU26549 12/21 IC’s: FIC, is interested in communicating with hardworking, handsome, honest, intelligent, educated men who have a genuine concern & interest in living life happily. KE26635IC SWtFIC, 5’4”, likes dining, dancing, beautiful smile, loves babies, outdoors, traveling, plays guitar, shopping, hard working, erotic, pleasant, honest, strong, intuitive woman, & outgoing. KE26636EC WtFIC, 29, looking for a nice gentleman, I’m smart, pretty, funny, loves outdoors & independent. Looking for a good friend to share laughs & letters with. AP26637IC FIC, Italian, with lots of love to share with that perfect guy. Big breasts, big butt, & awesome personality. JB26638IC SWtFIC, amorous, exotic brunette, needs companionship, pen pal, 5’4”, brown eyed bombshell, hardworking, generous, handsome men come see me & find out. KE26639IC SWrFIC, soon to be released, 41, with legs for days, 75% Italian, 25% Irish, blonde, green eyes, seeking a companion. CS26640IC FIC, intelligent, spunky & fun loving with inviting hazel eyes, looking for my match that’s dependable, compassionate with a good sense of humor. AH26640IC FIC, seekng a partner that loves sex, having fun, making memories. I love life & if you feel you are the special one, please contact me. JB26641IC SWtFIC, Part Indian, Part

Pa. Dutch, 57, 5’6”/125. brown hair, blue eyes, I love animals & old country music, good sense of humor, would love to have a friend. PJ26642IC FIC, Some say I look like Barbie, but I’m far from fake. I just want my dependable, affectionate, & friendly Ken. Could that be you? AC26643IC FIC, I am a young thing in all the right places, mixed female, looking for an older male companion. I enjoy cooking & pleasing my man. LN26644IC SWtFIC, needs mate for fun, sexy, brunette babe. seeking male for long nights, pen pal, friends, lovers, likes handsome hardworking, amorous man. Write & let’s meet. KE26645IC WtFIC, 29, homebody, cooks, cleans & pampers my partner. Seeking someone to make memories with & share letters. AP26646IC SWtFIC, 28, long hair to waist, slim, long legs, soon to be released, green eyes, looking for a good time. Serious replies only. LP26647IC SWtFIC, green eyes, long brown hair, 49, looking for serious replies only. For companionship & good time. I’m fun & sassy. DB26648IC FIC, Take a leap with me, soon to be released, 5’9”, legs for days, blonde/green eyes, Italian/Irish, looking for a companion. CS26649IC SSpFIC, if you’re looking for a free spirit, down to earth woman, stop looking, that’s me. Seeking 60+. NR26650IC SWtFIC, brown hair, brown eyes, looking for somebody to write to. I enjoy movies, camping, music & having a good time with someone who will treat me with respect. I’m honest & hope to find the same. TG26651IC SFIC, blonde, blue eyes, looking for a companion. I’m funny & down to earth. CH26652IC SWtFIC, soon to be released, 5’9” with legs for days, blonde, green eyes, 75% Italian, 25% Irish. Looking for a companion. CS26653IC WANTED: male companion/ friend/pen pal/housemate for attractive brunette who is lonely, incarcerated, fun, friendly & ready to meet. KE26655IC FIC, 25, like men or women, used to be a dancer, love outdoors, fishing, camping, 4 wheeling, swimming. Love being pampered & all dressed up, 5’6”, brown/brown, thick in all the right places. KS26656IC SWtFIC, soon to be released, 5’9”, blonde, green eyes, thick thighs, Italian/Irish, looking for a companion. CS26657IC SWtFIC, 5’2”, 115 lbs., long dark hair, blue eyes, outgoing & fun. I would love to take care of you. Let me be your dream come true. AL26658IC FIC, released May 2022. Seeking a pen pal, 34, interested in both men or women. Country girl who enjoys mudding, fishing, camping & concerts, traveling. CG26659IC SWtFIC, 5’9”, with legs for days, blonde/green, Italian/ Irish. Serious inquires only. Soon to be released. CS26660IC

FIC, 30, blonde/ocean blue eyes. Looking for someone to share good conversation & laughter to get me out of these blues. AC26661IC SWtFIC, attractive, amorous, seeking one man for all my needs and his wildest times. Love outdoors, football, eroticism, & traveling, animals, & music. KE26662IC SBFIC, 5’2, petite, big boobs, sexy caramel complexion & great personality. Serious inquires only. From N.J. Soon to be released. LW26663IC SWtFIC, looking for companion. Soon to be released. 5’2”, brown hair/ hazel, medium build, very outgoing & loves to have a good time. JA26664IC SFIC, 42, blonde, blue eyes, looking for a pen pal. AK26667IC SFIC, fun sized, blue eyed blonde, coming home in a few months. Love to be adventurous, travel, shop & be outdoors. Looking for a pen pal, maybe more. BN26668IC SBFIC, 5’2”, petite, big boobs, sexy caramel complexion, great personality. Serious companions only. From NJ, soon to be released. LW26671IC WtFIC, spunky, 51, 5’2”-180, brown hair/hazel green eyes, enjoy the outdoors, animals, & laughing. Looking for friends to get to know & talk about anything & everything. LS26672IC DFIC, 41, 2 grown sons, 5’4”, blonde, slim build with DD implants. Looking for long term companion. Write me. TB26673IC WtFIC, 31, 5’4”-185, brown hair, 1 blue eye, 1 brown eye, love to write, the outdoors, workout, music, have a lot to offer. Looking for someone I can talk to , get to know, honesty, openness, loyalty. AM26674IC FIC, 22, looking for a male pen pal. Write me if you want to get to know me. RR26675IC SHFIC, 5’2”, petite, beautiful, long curly hair, pretty face. Serious companions only. Soon to be released. SM26676IC SWtFIC, 38, short, with blonde hair, thick, hazel eyes. Looking for companion. Released soon. Serious replies only. JA26677IC FIC, Italian, looking for a nice man. I’m intelligent, pretty & freaky. Want someone to share laughs & letters. I’m waiting. JB26678IC SWtFIC, Indian/German/ Irish, looking for companion. I’m 46, brown hair, green eyes, 135 lbs., outgoing, honest, trustworthy, good listener. Hobbies: fishing, camping, swiming, biking, 4 wheeling. Professional dancer most of my life, so working out & staying fit is important. Just like to have fun. Looking for a fresh start, & willing to relocate. TS26679IC SFIC, 40, loves to have fun, laid back, no drama, Diagnosed with sickle cell leukemia, a form of cancer. Love the Lord with all my heart. I’m loving, caring, love to laugh. I cherish my heart and the hearts of others. DH26680IC FIC, 43, 5’6”, curvy, beautiful

with 2 children, 20 & 23. Funny & caring, looking for someone to come in to my life as a forever partner or a geat friend. TS26682IC SFIC, beautiful, blonde, blue eyed bombshell, funny, down to earth. Looking for companion. If you’re looking for some great convo & a good person, write me please. CH26683IC WtFIC, smart, pretty, loves outdoors, independent. Looking for a nice gentleman to share laughs, letters & may be life. AP26684IC SBFIC, 5’2, petite, big boobs, sexy, caramel complexion, exotic features. Serious companions only. Soon to be released. LW26685IC FIC, 34, dark auburn hair, blue eyes, 5’4”-140, free spirited, fun, easy going, country girl. Love mudding, camping, fishing & enjoy nature walks. Also love traveling & enjoy snuggling up to watch a good movie. Looking for a pen pal for friendship, possibly more. CG26686IC FIC, seeking a partner that loves having fun, making memories. I love life & if you feel you’re the special one, please contact me. AP26687IC SWtFIC, let’s meet, men only for fun visits, travel, whatever. You can check me at facebook. KE26688IC SWtFIC, 57, looking for a friend. If you need a friend, please write & I will respond, but please include your address in your letter, or I can’t respond. J26689IC SWtFIC, brown hair, green eyes, 135 lbs., Enjoy being outdoors, camping, fishing, swimming. Looking for someone to spend time with & be my best friend. Older men are OK. You can see me on Facebook. TS26690IC SWtFIC, Italian Princess, petite, long hair, fun, exciting, caring, funny, uplifting, interested in cooking, music. Looking for a special friend or more. Willing to please. ND26691IC FIC, 41, blonde hair/hazel eyes, 5’4”, slim build with fake DD implants. Looking for a mature man that likes adventure. TB26692IC FIC, Life’s too short, let’s have some fun. Looking for friendship that possibly leads to more. 48, brown hair, beautiful blue eyes. Not into games/ drama. JG26693IC FIC, hoping to find the right man for me. I’m a great time, have a great body & loyal heart. I’ll keep you smiling. JB26694IC FIC, 31, looking for someone I can talk to who will be real and honest, no game playing. Easy to talk to, love to be humerous, love music, the outdoors & being active. I write poetry. AM26695IC FIC, 31, 4’11”-120, blue eyes, long brown hair, 36C breasts, fat butt, athletic, no kids. Looking for Mr. Right. RG26696IC FIC, 31, mixed race, have a good heart & a spicy mouth. Looking for a pen pal. PP26697IC SWtFIC, soon to be released. Looking for a male friend/

companion. .57, looks good, brown hair & eyes, long legs, easy going. SW26698IC WtFIC, homebody, cooks, cleans, pampers my partner. For quiet times, outdoors, intimate moments snuggled up. AP26699IC FIC, looking for a good man who wants a good, fun loving, sexual woman with a good heart & great body. You would enjoy me in every way. JB26700IC DFIC, fun loving, divorced, 41, blonde, 5’4”, slim build looking for a mature man. Must like travel. TB26701IC WtFIC, mid 40’s, beautiful, outgoing, strong, great body, Double D breasts, thick plump butt. Seeking an outgoing, older gentleman. JB26702IC FIC, leaving Christmas Day. Trying to find a gift, a man who’s caring, thoughtful, understanding, and generous. Meet under the mistletoe. CF26703IC SBiFIC, 31, tomboy, love animals, 5’4”, med. brown hair/hazel eyes, curvy, country girl, love to go 4 wheeling, mudding, bon fires, hunting, work on cars, walks in the woods, love sex, music. Looking for a pen pal, maybe more if it works out. NK26704IC FIC, pretty lady, 51, seeks gentleman, 50-60, as personal pen pal, possibly more. Truth & transparency please! No nonsense and I don’t do drama. AG26706IC FIC, beautiful, sexual, middle-aged woman, looking for a man who will bring out the inner freak in me & keep me wanting more. JB26707IC FIC, seeking a partner that loves having fun & making memories. I love life & if you feel you’re the special one, please contact me. AP26708IC BFIC, looking for a nice gentleman. I’m smart, pretty, loves outdoors, independent, a good friend to share laughs, letters, & maybe life with. IR26709IC WE DO NOT RUN ANY IC-LBYL ADS WITHOUT YOUR IDENTIFYING NUMBER. THESE MAILINGS ARE RETURNED BACK TO US, NON DELIVERABLE. ALSO YOU MUST SIGN UP I GUESS TO RECEIVE MAIL FROM LBYL. Inmates, seems you may need to be on some kind of mailing list at the prison. Inquire at your place. Thanks. The Valley Trader would like to thank everyone who places an ad in this 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.


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cook a meal at home, kids can imagine they are the chef with the Choppin’ Fun Learning Pot from LeapFrog. Featuring snap-apart veggies, a play knife and cutting board, kids can chop the food, set the temperature dial, add veggies to the pot and watch the pot “boil.” Have kids take your order, follow five step-by-step recipes to make spaghetti sauce, rainbow soup, corn on the cob, carrot soup and broccoli with cheese, then serve up their creations in the bowl.

perfect setting to play “explorers.” Count all the types of plants, bugs and animals you spy on your adventure. Collect interesting leaves and rocks. Then, talk about what you observe and discover.

cart. There are eight play foods in a variety of food groups, colors, shapes and numbers. The fish, carrots, strawberries, cake, bread, broccoli and grapes show off their silly personalities with music and unique phrases when scanned. Three interactive play modes reinforce learning, as kids can scan a food to find out its name, color and the number printed on it, as well as the foods’ shapes.

5. Go Shopping: Kids can play “store” and take turns pretending to be the customer and clerk with the Count-Along Basket & Scanner. Featuring play food, shopping lists and an interactive scanner that recognizes each food piece, kids With fun learning toys and a bit of can carry the shopping basket or ingenuity, role-playing games can 2. Sock Puppets: Crafting sock expand it into a rolling shopping help expand your child’s world. puppets or paper bag puppets HAL and playing with them is a great Y B D I F L REC F BY I L A A way to give kids the opportunity H TM TM C AIL E R to showcase their artistic side, DI as well as act out stories and adventures. Use googly eyes and yarn to make the puppets. Then build a “theater” by hanging a blanket between chairs and put on your very own puppet show! 3. Say Cheese: Inspiring creativity and learning, the Fun-2-3 Instant Camera is a pretend camera featuring picture-taking activities and pop-up animal pictures. Kids can strengthen motor skills and imagine they are a professional photographer by turning the zoom lens and clicking the shutter button, as well as by pushing down the photo cards, which feature animals, shapes, colors, fun facts and numbers. A viewfinder color wheel lets kids see the world in yellow, blue or green, and a lens features day and night modes, making visual imaginative play a snap. 4. Backyard Adventure: With a little imagination, a nearby park or even your own backyard can be the

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