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available to everyoneregardless of age, gender, ethnicity or financial status - sits at the core of what the Collective does. Through the UMC Scholarship and Financial Aid programs, UMC offers dynamic music education to any student that is willing to work hard and remains committed to never turning away a deserving student because of the inability to pay. In 2009, the Collective offered its first official scholarship, The Alice Hileman Memorial Scholarship, which was created and funded by

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a generous anonymous donor. That scholarship was soon followed by the Lew Gilberti Memorial Scholarship, created by family and friends in memory of local businessman and musician, Lew Gilberti, Eight years ago, the Uptown Music Collective quintupled its scholarship offering and formalized a new sliding scale discount rate, whih allows the school to help even more students in need. Aside from the generous donations of individuals and local businesses, the financial aid being offered is the result of the school’s highly successful Scholarship Fundraising Concert held for the past eight winters at the Community Arts Center. The Uptown Music Collective has continued to grow for more than 24 years from what many once called “the best-kept secret in the Williamsport area,” to one of the area’s most highly respected nonprofit, educational organizations. The school is dedicated to providing a well-rounded education to students of all ages, from children as young as 3 years old to retired adults and everyone inbetween. The Collective is known for its positive

peer group, inspiring teachers and a diverse multitude of performance opportunities. Although the Collective is known for highly talented student performers, there is no previous experience needed to begin enrollment at the Collective. “We have students starting at any level of musical experience and there are a lot of scholarships available for brand new students looking to enroll at the Collective and curent students, as well,” said Jared Mondell, assistant executive director of the Collective. “We encourage families to take the time to apply. The process is easy, and it provides an opportunity to explore all that the Uptown Music Collective has to offer.”The Collective feels strongly about the role of music in creating well-rounded, thoughtful young people, and works to establish characteristics such as self-discipline and personal responsibility in each of its students through healthy habits like practice and selfcontrol. Uptown Music Collective students consistently perform at high levels not only musically, but also in their respective schools and as valuable members of other community orga-

nizations. The deadline to apply for this round of scholarships is July 1, 2024. Scholarships will be awarded in mid-July. For more information about the Collective’s scholarship program, call 570-329-0888 or visit scholarshipapplication application 6/24

Lycoming College SummeStock marches into town with The Music Man July 26-28.

Lycoming College, in collaboration with the Community Arts Center, will bring this golden age musical to life starting July 26 through July 28.

The Lycoming College Summer Stocks mission is to offer an opportunity for middle and high school age students to work and perform under guidance from professional theater-makers so that they can bring new passion and skills back to their community and educational programs.

Each year, the summer stock program presents a student-centric show with professional production values to a large enthusiastic audience in the beautiful Community Arts Center. Lycoming College Summer Stock returns to the Community Arts Center stage

this July 26 through 28 with The Music Man. By turns wicked, funny, warm, romantic, and touching, The Music Man is family entertainment at its best. Meredith Wilson’s six-time Tony Award-winning musical comedy has been entertaining audiences since 1957 and is a family-friendly story to be shared with every generation. The Music Man follows fast-talking traveling salesman Harold Hill as he cons the people of River City, Iowa into buying instruments and uniforms for a boys’ band that he vows to organize-this, despite the fact that he doesn’t know a trombone from a treble clef. His plans to skip town with the cash are foiled when he falls for Marian, the librarian, who transforms him into a respectable citizen by the curtain’s fall. Tickets cost $10-$20 plus fees and will go on sale Monday, March 4, at 10 am and can be purchased at or through the Box Office at 570-3262424. Auditions, open positions, and more information about the cast and crew will be released on the CAC social media channels and website and the Lycoming College Theatre website, The Community Arts Center is a wholly owned subsidiary of Pennsylvania College of Technology, a national leader in applied technology education. 7/22

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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.


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.

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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 LBYL 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, LBYL!

Mr. & Mrs. J.N.


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

Make Check or Money Order made out to The Valley Trader. How to prepare your letter to send:

1. Write your letter to the person of interest. Be sure to put a way to contact in your letter. Phone or address.

Brady Bunch. Thanks for helping us find each other.


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

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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.

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What Parents Need to Know about Climate Change and Children’s Health VALLEY HO E IMPROVEMENT VALLEY AUCTIONS

(StatePoint) Excessive heat. Emerging diseases. Severe storms and offseason illnesses. The environmental hazards associated with climate change threaten the physical and mental health of children and families — and can be a source of anxiety.


It’s not just speculation. Communities are already impacted by such climate change effects as heat illness from dangerous temperatures, asthma hospitalizations from earlier and more severe pollen seasons, and trauma from severe wildfires and storms.

“When we talk with parents about what’s good for their kids, part of our job is connecting the dots between our changing climate and their children’s health,” said Dr. Samantha Ahdoot, a pediatrician. “All children need exercise, nutritious food and stable communities to thrive. But climate change poses new challenges for our patients, from struggling to breathe due to wildfire smoke to flooded homes from extreme rainfall events to extreme heat. When we

talk about the need to heal the planet, we are also talking about protecting our children’s ability to grow up in a safe, healthy world.”

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), which has long recognized the impact of climate change on children, recently announced a new strategic initiative on environmental health and disaster readiness as a priority outlined by its Board of Directors for 2024. The AAP is recommending steps not only for communities and policy makers, but for families. Here are a few suggestions:

• Help your community adopt climate solutions. The AAP recommends a transition away from fossil fuels and toward clean, renewable energy like wind, solar and geothermal. Join forces with a local group to help bring clean energy to your school, town, state or even country. The AAP also recommends continured on page 9

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Help Keep Kids Safe From Lithium Coin Batteries

(StatePoint) About 7,000 children in the United States visit emergency rooms for battery-related injuries each year, according to the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System. Lithium coin batteries, those small, disc-shaped batteries about the size of a nickel, are particularly dangerous. The exact right size to get lodged in a child’s throat if accidentally swallowed, they can turn deadly, burning a hole in an esophagus in as little as two hours. And, they’re everywhere – in key fobs, key finders, flameless candles, remote controls, thermometers and many common home devices.

Despite parents’ thirst for knowledge on how to keep their children safe, the potential dangers of lithium coin batteries are not widely discussed. It’s no surprise then that 55% of parents with children ages 6 and under don’t realize that lithium coin batteries are more dangerous than button batteries – in fact 45% think there is no difference. That’s according to a 2023 Duracell survey conducted by Wakefield Research. This is why the brand is reminding parents that when it comes to lithium coin batteries, #BitterIsBetter.

As part of the #BitterisBetter campaign, Duracell is sharing these simple tips to help keep you and your family safe:

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that communities


incorporate healthy transportation systems, including public transit and walkable, bikeable pathways that allow children to be outdoors and active. Families can get involved at the local level to help create safe routes to walk and bike where you live.

• Let kids know that their voices and advocacy can be powerful. Kids may be inspired to know that some of our most effective and powerful climate advocates today

their engagement in local, state and national climate solutions.

• Reduce your own energy consumption and waste. Walking, biking, taking public transit, carpooling, and adopting a more plant-forward diet are all ways to help promote health for kids and the planet.

protect their health and their world.

More information is available at HealthyChildren. org.

“What is healthy for the planet is also healthy for children,” Dr. Ahdoot said.

• Show them you care. Let kids know that their adult caregivers— parents and pediatricians included—are committed to solutions that

“Pediatricians and parents share the same goal—to protect children’s health today, and ensure that they have a healthy future in adulthood. Protecting our planet helps preserve a healthy world that can provide all children the nutrition, play, and community stability that they need to thrive.”



1. Unfledged hawk

5. The ____ Gala, haute couture fundraiser

8. Ballet step

11. Sasquatch’s cousin

12. Prefix in levorotary

13. DVD player button

15. What Tylenol and xylenol have in common

16. Seaport in Yemen

17. With ample space

18. *Rumpelstiltskin’s ____ wheel

20. Viking writing symbol

21. Musical finales

22. In favor of

23. Source of tapioca

26. Smith, e.g.

30. “Stand and Deliver” singer

31. Live-in helper (2 words)

34. Et alii, abbr.

35. Nephew’s sister

37. Tire depression

38. Turkey’s southern neighbor

39. Same as ayah

40. Engage in a pursuit (2 words)

42. Bed-and-breakfast, e.g.

43. Tibetan Buddhism

45. Pinched

47. Sing like Public Enemy

48. Mother-of-pearl

50. Cripple

52. *Wheel in Vegas

55. Chocolate substitute

56. Egg on

57. Capri or Catalina

59. Olden days violin maker

60. Croaks

61. “Run Away to Mars” singer

62. Jump key

63. Corncob

64. Gaelic


1. *London ____, tourist attraction

2. Hankerings

3. At the summit of

4. Glass ingredient

5. TV and radio

6. Not odds

7. Chinatown gang

8. Low-ranking worker

9. Pinnacle

10. Pig’s digs

12. *Royal procession carriage

13. E in baseball box score

14. *”Wheel in the Sky” band

19. Star bursts

22. “____ Elise”

23. Suez or Panama

24. Carl Jung’s inner self

25. *Type of locomotive

26. Surfer’s stop

27. Like anchor aweigh

28. Easternmost state

29. Serengeti grazer

32. *Perambulator, for short

33. Black and white sea bird

36. *Ancient Greek ride

38. Top of a steeple

40. Kitchen meas.

41. Reunion attendees

44. Poets’ feet

46. Smaller size than small

48. *a.k.a. water wheel

49. Hole-borer

50. Baby’s first word?

51. Speedy steed

52. Boorish

53. Russian autocrat

54. 90-degree pipes, e.g.

55. “Peace Train” singersongwriter

58. Increase

5 Basic Steps for Sizzling Steak

( A sizzling steak is a surefire sound of summer, and the flavors achieved from one that’s perfectly grilled are hard to match.


Before you fire up your grill, consider these five basics for cooking a chefworthy steak:

Prepare Your Cut

Taste preferences (and prices) may differ among sirloins, ribeyes,

T-bones and more, but the way you prepare steaks likely won’t change much from cut to cut. You’ll want to trim the thickness down to 1/2-1 inch for proper cooking, and setting the meat out ahead of time allows it to warm to room temperature before hitting the grill. Placing a refrigeratorcool slab on hot grates works against you in two ways: first, the cold meat instantly chills your previously warm grill, and second, the inner portion of the steak will take longer to grill.

Add Some Salt

Feel free to add any spices that you prefer, but remember a good steak typically doesn’t require fancy seasoning - a pinch of salt works just fine. Add your salt anywhere between 30 minutes to a few hours before grilling time to help retain moisture and improve flavor.

Aim for High Heat

Grilling a steak correctly actually isn’t just about maintaining a sweltering flame. A two-zone fire is usually the way to go - one side of the grill should be hot (using direct heat) with the other side not quite as warm (indirect heat). This allows you to create a sear over direct heat before finishing cooking throughwithout burning - over indirect heat.

Sear and Slide

Speaking of searing: Cooking your steak over direct heat 1-2 minutes on each side is normally about right for creating a proper sear. At this point, depending on the thickness of your steak, you’ll want to check for doneness. If it’s not quite to the temperature you’re looking to achieve, simply slide it over to the indirect heat for a finishing touch.

Keep in mind these general guidelines for doneness: 120125 F is rare, 130-135 F is medium-rare, 140-145 F is


medium, 150-155 F is medium-well and 160-175 F is well done.

Let Rest

Finally, as hungry as you may be at this point, resting steaks is an important last step before

diving in. Giving your steaks 5-10 minutes (foil or no foil) allows flavors to redistribute and moisture to be retained in the meat.

Find more cooking tips and recipes at

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Source: Culinary. net

Bush Cast Iron Auction

Wednesday July 10, 2024

Starting at 5:00 pm Middleburg Livestock Auction

Wapak • Griswold • Wagner • & Many More! Wapak

#7 w/SR (3); #6 w/SR (3); #8 w/SR (4); #9 w/SR; #12 w/SR; 8 101-C w/ SR; Wapakoneta #8; #6 (2); 9-102B; #3 No Smoke Ring (3); #4 w/Indian Head; Wapakoneta #3; #10 Round Griddle 740; #9 Round Griddle; #7 Round Griddle; #14 Round Griddle w/crack; #12 Round Griddle; #8 Rectangle Griddle Griswold #7 Large Block 701C; #11 Large Slant 717; #3 Large Block; 3 Large Slant 709B; #6 Small Block 699D; #3 Large Block; #3 Large Slant 709B; #6 Small Block 699D; #7 Large Block 701J; Victor #7 by Griswold 721; #8 Large Slant 704L; #8 Large Slant 704N; #8 Large Block 704N DuoChrome Finish; #8 Large Block 704T; #8 Small Block 2008; #6 Small Block V; #8 Large Block 704C; #5 Large Slant 724 DuoChrome Finish; #3 Large Block & Large Slant; #3 Small Block; #4 Block; #6 Small Block; #6 Small & Large Block; #9 Small Block 2039 Rd Griddle; #8 Large Block 704 (2); #7 Large Block 607 Rd Griddle; #8 Large Block 608 Rd Griddle; #9 Small Block Rd Griddle 609; #12 Large Block Rd Griddle; Colonia Breakfast Skillet 666; #11 Motel French Rd Bread Mold; #8 Large Block Dutch Oven; Griswold American #9 979A & 980A Waffle Iron; The American Waffle Iron; #8 The American Griswold Waffle Iron; #5 Small Block 724K; #9 Large Slant 739A Rd Griddle; #8 & #9 American Waffle Irons; #7 Large Slant 701D; #8 Self Basting Skillet Cover; #502 2 Burner Gas Stove Wagner #10 1060A; #6; #3 1053; #8 1053A; #8D; #3 1053I; 8 ½ inch 1891; #3 1053R; #8D Sidney; #10 1060H; #8 1058N; #8 1080 Deep Dish; CrepeEtte Master; #10; Dutch Oven; #8 1058; #3 (multiple); Waffle Iron 1899; 12A Round Griddle; 11610 Bacon & Egg Breakfast Skillet; 11” Rd Skillet;1891 8 inch; #6; #8 Sidney; Large Skillet; Multiple #8 Deep Dishes; 17 inch Utility Griddles (2); 1148 Griddle, #8; #7 Griddle; 12684 Wagner Dutch Oven w/#8 Drip Drop Roaster Lid; Tea Pot; Roaster Lid Favorite Piqua Ware Miami #9; #5; #3; Miami #7; #8 Waffle Irons; Miami #8, #9; Griddles; Rd Griddles

Numerous Marietta, Erie, Montgomery Ward, Victor, National, Vollrath, Martin, O.P. & Co., Puritan, Keystone, and No Name Pans Misc.

F. Wilson Easton PA 1883 Pat. Corn Meal Grist Mill; Gypsy Kettles; USN Kettle Dipper; Flesh Fork; Cherry Seeders; Molds; Pans; Sat Irons; 19” Skillet; Steel Pans; Shelf Brackets; Fire Mark Meat Cleavers

McArthurwirth & Co w/Hook; Evansville; W. Beailly & Son Media PA; Samuel Lee; Old Hickory; L.E.W. & Son Co.; W.M.B. Chester PA; Foster Bros; Numerous Others

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