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Marty Gatto and Mara Lord helped paint decorative rocks, shown, for the memorial garden in Dalton Streamside Park .

“I wanted to do something to continue to remember her.” Lackawanna Trail High School senior Nina Gatto Speaking about a garden at Dalton Streamside Park, which she created in memory of her friend, Delaney Sandercock

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Don Demarest, club president for the Trail Rotary Factoryville sums his feelings about his involvement with Rotary International as a whole: “When you wake up and smell the coffee, then pour yourself a bowl of Wheaties , put your glasses on and shake the cobwebs loose, you pick up the paper and realize everyday what nonprofit organizations accomplish in NEPA for the good of our Don Demarest citizens and children. Now magnify this by the thousands across this country.” He sees the big picture. “Rotary is not just a club, it’s an education.” Demarest has witnessed firsthand what the organization has done locally as well as throughout the world. And he wants to spread to the world that people are needed in all walks of life to help the endeavors club members face. The Factoryville resident has been busy with Rotary for three years, club president for 2011-2012 and 2012-2013, and has experienced first hand what the organization does locally, as well as

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Lackawanna Trail High School senior Nina Gatto, works on her senior project, a garden at Dalton Streamside Park in memory of her friend, Delaney Sandercock, who passed away about two years ago in a drowning accident.

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April 5. Cerco allegedly sent a friend request to the preteen girl on the social network site, Facebook. The girl and Cerco chatted online for “approximately a week and a half.” BY CHRISTOPHER J. HUGHES The chats allegedly beAND ROBERT TOMKAVAGE came “uncomfortable” when Staff writers Cerco began asking the girl about “the type of underSOUTH ABINGTON wear she wears under her TOWNSHIP - An assistant yoga pants” and when he Abington Heights High told the girl to leave the School seventh and eighth grade baseball coach alleg- clothing items under his car. After learning of the aledly admitted to police that leged conduct, Abington he “crossed the line” when Heights Superintendent Dr. he asked a 12-year-old feMichael Mahon contacted male player to bring her police. He later told investiyoga pants and underwear gating officers that internal “to baseball practice in a policy in the district prohibbag and leave them under its coaches from “texting, his car,” according to a e-mails, or social network criminal affidavit. Gavin Joseph Cerco II, 25, contact” with student athletes. of Clarks Summit, was In a forensic interview at charged with one count of corruption of minors by the the Children’s Advocacy Lackawanna County District Center, the girl repeated the Attorney’s Office and South Abington Township Police See Coach, Page 6

Gavin Joseph Cerco II allegedly solicited clothing, including underwear, from 12-year-old baseball team member.

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he 10-by-20-foot garden plot sits to the side by the creek, with a variety of flowers pushing through the carefully spread brown mulch. Purple pansies, yellow forsythias and a small tiger lily plant, among others, grow under the sun and in the shade of a small tree. A brand new bench sits in one corner, and after its wood has aged, carved into it will be the words, “Side by side or far apart, you will remain close to

our hearts.” The garden, located at Dalton Streamside Park, was created by Nina Gatto, 18, of Dalton, as her senior project at Lackawanna Trail High School, and is a memorial to her best friend, Delaney Sandercock, who passed away about two years ago in a drowning accident at Lake Winola. Gatto said her friend loved pretty things, such as flowers, and the bright orange tiger lilies were her favorite. She said she be-

This photo of Nina Gatto and Delaney Sandercock was taken about two years ago, shortly before Sandercock’s death. It is now treasured by Gatto, who created a garden in her friend’s memory at Dalton Streamside Park.

lieves the garden will serve as a good memory of her friend, and she hopes other friends and relatives of Sandercock will enjoy it as well. “I wanted to do something to continue to remember her,” she said. The project is ongoing for more than a year now; Gatto started it about five months after the tragedy. Her first step was to bring the idea to the town counSee Tribute, Page 7

Ransom: Not at liberty to discuss resignation referred to law enforcement for investigation,” according to the statement, “we are not at liberty to discuss anything with respect to the case including BY ELIZABETH BAUMEISTER information obtained from the lbaumeister@theabingtonjournal.com Township Auditors, informaRANSOM TWP. - The Ran- tion provided to law enforcesom Township Board of Super- ment, or the course and scope of the investigation.” visors distributed a written It ended by stating that the statement at its meeting April 2 Supervisors would not be able regarding the resignation of Kathy Zielinski from her posi- to answer any questions at that night’s meeting relating to the tion as township secretarymatter, and thanking attendees treasurer. According to the supervisors, for their understanding. Supervisors did, however, Zielinski, who worked with the answer some questions relating township about 18 years, resigned after irregularities were to the job opening for the position previously held by Zielindiscovered by Ransom Township auditors in some township ski, saying they are looking for an experienced individual to accounts, and her resignation was accepted at an emergency fill a temporary position at no meeting March 19. “Since the matter has been See Ransom, Page 7

Township supervisors seek temporary secretary-treasurer.

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needs and interests of young rtomkavage@theabingtonjournal.com adolescents, and its commitment to helping all students CLARKS SUMMIT- Stuachieve at high levels. dents, teachers and adminisThe program began with an trators gathered for a schoolopening message from Princiwide celebration April 4 as pal Michael Elia who comAbington Heights Middle School was re-designated as a mended the sense of togetherness that is present at the Pa. Don Eichhorn “School to Watch.” The event was held in school. “We have unity here at the the auditorium, but also spilled Middle School,” Elia said. “We out into the cafeteria where students watched the program care about the school and have a lot of pride. We wouldn’t be on a big screen projector. successful without the best Three years ago, the Middle teachers and support staff in School was first designated a the state of Pennsylvania. They “School to Watch.” come in early and stay late.” Abington Heights Middle Eighth grade students Ellie School was selected by state leaders for its academic excellence, its responsiveness to the See Achievement, Page 6

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“Pina, ” an Oscar-nominated tribute to the legendary choreographer Pina Bausch is directed by Wim Wenders. It features multiple languages with subtitles. Rating: PG

When flooding destroyed much of the Dietrich Theater in Tunkhannock right before the opening of its Fall Film Festival last September, theater staff wondered whether or not they would make it, according to Hildy Morgan, who was executive director at the time. “It was a really close call for us,” Morgan said. She added that she is grateful the countless volunteers who came to clean up the mess and essentially remodel the theatre, and for Erica Rogler, who “led the charge.” See Glory, Page 11


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COMMUNITY CALENDAR REMINDERS Overeaters Anonymous meetings, First Presbyterian Church, 201 Stone Ave., Clarks Summit, weekly, Wednesday, 7 p.m.; Thursday, 9:30 a.m. and Sun., 4 p.m. Info: 587.4313. Senior Citizens for Senior Dog, Sponsored by Laura’s Hope Rescue. Unites humans and dogs who are in the same period of their lives. Seniors willing to help other seniors in need can contact the rescue at 280.2083. Stroke Affects the Young, at the Charles Luger Outpatient Center of Allied Rehab Hospital, Moffat Drive, Scranton in the Graf Community Room from 3 to 5 p.m. This monthly support group for young survivors of stroke is to discuss topics like how surviving a stroke affects your education, career, child rearing, and more. The 2012 meeting schedule is as follows: April 22, May 27, June 24, July 22, August 26, September 23, October 28, November 25 and December 23. Info: www.strokeay.com, 243.1792 or strokeay@gmail.com. Alzheimer’s Association Monthly Educational Teleconference Series, on the third Wednesday of every month from noon to 1 p.m. Calls are currently scheduled for April 18 and May 16 and can be accessed by dialing 1.800.689.9374 and entering the passcode: 578358. Info: 1.800.272.3900. Earth Camp Fundraiser, now through April 27, Flower Power will donate all of its sales made at http:// www.flowerpowerfundraising.com/campaign?campaign_id=10756 to Earth Camp, a local event that provides a quality, safe, educational, handson summer program to 5th, 6th, & 7th grade students. DAILY EVENTS April 11: Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation Educational Luncheon, at Purkey’s Pink Apple in Tunkhannock from 11:45 a.m. to 1p.m. George Stark, External Affairs Director for Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation will address the business community. Reservations: 836.7755 or Deborah@Wyccc.com. Cost: Free for Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce members (one per business), $10 for non-members. Limited seating, members will be given first priority and nonmembers will be wait-listed. The Junior League of Scranton’s Ninth annual Cinderella’s Closet, at the Scranton Cultural Center in Shopland Hall from 4 to 8 p.m. This boutique offers new and “gently used” dresses, shoes, jewelry and other accessories for $10 or less, with the goal of ensuring every young woman has the chance to attend their prom regardless of their financial situation. A sneak peek fashion show will be offered April 9 at The Mall at Steamtown’s center court at 6 p.m. Donations are accepted at The Tripp House, 1011 North Main Ave., Scranton, on March 27 and April 3 from 6 - 9 p.m. and the Mall at Steamtown, second floor near escalator, 300 Lackawanna Ave., Scranton, March 31 from noon - 4 p.m. Proceeds from Cinderella’s Closet benefit the Junior League of Scranton Scholarship Fund. Keystone College Annual “Green, Sustainable and Local” Vendor Fair (vendors sought), in the Hibbard Campus Center from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event is open to the public but customers will be mainly Keystone students. Vendors must have a “green” theme, meaning their products must be handmade out of recycled material, or are organic, fair trade, eco-friendly, or locally based. Cost: free. Info: 945.8555 or nora.dillon@keystone.edu. House Democratic Policy Committee hearing on the new Voter ID Law, at the Waverly Community House Auditorium, 115 North Abington Road, from 2 - 4 p.m. Hosted by State Rep. Sid Michaels-Kavulich. Attendees will be advised on the impact the new law will have on voting procedures in the upcoming primary and general elections. The hearing will also examine

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Editor: On February 26, 2012, my son Trayvon Martin was murdered in Florida. Now here in my own community of northeast Pennsylvania another one of my sons, Tyler Winstead, was murdered and he was only 14 years old. Neither came from my physical womb but they came from the wombs of a mother just like me; and as mothers we have to realize that these are the sons of our collective womb. Trayvon and Tyler came from mothers who feared that tragic day, every day since the moment they had to release their sons to a world that feared and envied them. They came from mothers whose ethereal umbilical cord is never severed; an invisible connection one thousand times more sensitive than the physical one and when cut before its time On April 12, 2012, the Greater Scranton Jaycees will host a “Magic Maker” Happy Hour is one thousand times more from 5 - 7 p.m. to benefit the local Make-A-Wish® chapter at Kildare’s, 119 Jefferson Avenue painful. It is a pain only a mothin downtown Scranton. Admission is $20 per person, which includes an open bar, hors er can feel. ..And I am sick and d’oeuvres, door prizes and 50/50 raffle to help make dreams come true for Scranton area tired of us feeling this pain. children living with life-threatening medical conditions. I am sick and tired of our sons To RSVP or learn more, contact Maggie O’Brien at 341.9474. and daughters being nameless causalities in this so-called great nation. I am sick and tired of sitting back waiting for the next violation against our children. I the effects the new law will have JR/SR High School, 28 Tunnel help plant trees at the Clinton am sick and tired of picket Hill Road, Factoryville, at 7 p.m. Township Factoryville Borough on the community, including seniors, veterans and people with Features original band composiJoint Municipal Park from 9 a.m. signs, rallies and candle light tions, “Adventure Suite” by Ceci- - 2 p.m. Help needed to plant 35 vigils; and a moment of silence disabilities. lia Strauch and Jesse Morvan’s evergreen trees and 8 large cano- will not quiet the wailing hearts Jazz Band. Benefits the LTHS py trees at the soccer park. April 12: Free SkyWarn Adof the grieving mothers, nor will Music Department, and donaNature Ramble with Rebecca vanced training class, at the it bring peace to our unjustly tions will be accepted at the Lesko, at Endless Mountains Wyoming Co. Emergency Sermurdered children. I am sick Nature Center Lodge from 1 - 3 vices Building 3880 SR-6, Tunk- door. Pasta Dinner, at Trinity Baptist p.m. Easy pace, but up and down and tired of loud mouth, mock hannock, from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. representatives taking media Church, 1546 Monsey Ave., hill. Recommended for adults Binghamton Weather Service has platforms to yell useless clichés Scranton, from 5 - 7 p.m. “Fun and children in the first grade scheduled the event. into the air. I am sick and tired Purse Auction” starting at 4 p.m. and above. Children must be “Concussion Management” of giving my money to leaders accompanied by an adult. Bring Community Presentation, at Graf Take outs available at 4 p.m. Cost: $8 for adults and $4 for binoculars, if available. Cost: and organizations that can’t Community Room, Luger Outchildren 10 and under. Reservafree. patient Center, Moffat Drive, even come up with a good lawScranton, at 5:30 p.m. Presenter: tions: 346.1383. yer when we need one. I am sick Jean and Pete Memorial 5k Dr. Michael Raymond. Cost: April 15: Griffin Pond Animal and tired of ministers hiding Run/Walk and Mile Memory free. Shelter Volunteers at PetSmart, behind pulpits telling us to turn Walk, at the Valley Playland in from noon - 3 p.m. Must be 18 to the other cheek until God comes participate. Info: 842.8334. April 14: The Keystone Chap- Athens Pa., at 8 a.m. All proto deliver us; because we ran out Pasta Dinner Fundraiser for a ter of UNICO National’s Charter ceeds to benefit the Nancy Quaof cheeks to turn a long time trini Fund and the National Leadership Lackawanna Class Night Celebration, at Fiorelli’s ago. I am sick and tired of doing Breast Cancer Foundation. Cost: Project, at Barrett’s Pub, 474 N. Banquet Facilities, Peckville at $20 day of event; $10 for Memo- Main Street, Archbald from 1 - 3 the same things knowing we are 5:30 p.m. Reservations are acgoing to get the same results. ry Walk. Register: www.jeanand- p.m. Takeout pasta dinner incepted until March 27. Cost: pete.ettend.com. Info: How long are we going to cludes three meatballs, salad, $45. Reservations (required): 607.857.6659. bread and dessert. Cost: $8 for cling to being helpless before 570.562.3264 or 570.343.7009. Tracey’s Hope Adoption Day adults and $6 for children under Friends of the Abington Comwe roll up our sleeves and take 12 and senior citizens over 65. munity Library Book Sale, at the Event, at Big Lots and Holiday command of our own problems, Clarks Summit United Methodist Hair in the Birney Plaza, Moosic Tickets available at the door or our own children, our own

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Church from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Thousands of books for all ages, DVDs, CDs, and talking books will be available as well as a bake sale run by the library’s Teen Board. A preview will be held April 13 at 5 p.m. for Friends members. Second Saturdays! Live music, original art and literature all in one place, free at the Abington Community Library Ryon Room, 1200 W. Grove St., Clarks Summit, from 1-3 p.m. Presbybop Quartet will be performing with: Bill Carter, piano; Al Hamme, saxophones; Tony Marino, bass and Tom Whaley, drums. Select works from the Laura Craig Galleries will be on exhibit and coffee compliments of Krispy Kreme Clarks Summit. “A Celebration of Music!” Concert, at Lackawanna Trail

from 11 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Bake sale and chances to enter the raffles . Holiday Hair has also offered to donate $2 for each service they provide this day if the customer mentions they saw this listing. "Growing Good…" Spring Workshop, at the Anthracite Heritage Museum, Bald Mountain Road, Scranton, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.mCost: $5. Info: 963.6842, LackawannaMG@psu.edu or www.extension.psu.edu/lackawanna. Myasthenia Gravis Support Group meeting, in the Community Room at Charles Luger Outpatient Center, Allied Services, 475 Morgan Highway, Scranton, at 11 a.m. Info: 687.6009. The Factoryville Shade Tree Commission Arbor Day Celebration, Volunteers needed to

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schools, our own neighborhoods, our own homes? . It’s time to do things differently. It’s time for women to take the lead. While the world is debating about who did it and why it was done, it’s time for mothers to establish a new paradigm for change. It’s time for us to let go of everything that has not worked and begin with a plan that will work. It’s time for us to realize that what’s happening to our children is not because of white people; it’s not because of injustice in our legal system; and it not happening because we are black. It is happening because we refuse to accept our constitutional responsibility of being parents, citizens, families, neighbors, community! It’s time for us to take responsibility; check, and protect our children. Teach them citizenship, civility, and their constitutional rights as American Citizens; including their right to bear arms to protect their Godinherent right to life. It’s time for us to stop giving our money to talking heads and pool our capital for the representation and resources that we select as useful and needed. It’s time for us to position ourselves in our communities to participate in the planning of school programs, city ordinances, and neighborhood watches, etc.; so that we can impart our input on the city governments that don’t know what to do with us. If we do nothing for ourselves; how then can we expect others to? It’s time for us to take continuous, persistent action now; because it’s too late to wait until another son dies. I, Diane V. Boone, single mother of five, am ready to take that action and I call to all mothers of African American children to come together and declare this coming Mother’s Day a Day of Action; a day we stand up and begin to take charge of protecting our children by every means necessary. If you are interested in knowing how to begin I can be reached at MsMelanian@gmail.com. Diane V. Boone

Church plans rummage sale

Countryside Community Church, 14001 Church Hill Road, Clarks Summit, is planning its Annual Rummage Sale for April 28 from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Items for sale will include clothing, toys, household goods, linens, books, baked goods and a special section called “Grandma’s Attic,” featuring antiques and collectibles. From left: Sandy LaCoe and Marilyn Mirabelli, co-chairs.

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Linda Young is the 2012 Jennie Award winner from the Middle Atlantic Region.

‘What a feeling’ BY JOAN MEAD-MATSUI Abington Journal Correspondent

The General Federation of Women’s Clubsprovides awards for states and clubs, but the Jennie Award is the only national award that “singles out and honors individual members for personal excellence,” according to Carlene A. Garner, the federation’s international president. Waverly resident Linda Young received a letter dated March 20, from Garner, notifying her that she is the 2012 Jennie Award winner from the Middle Atlantic Region. In 2011, Young began her journey to this award locally with a nomination by her fellow members in the Abington Heights Civic League. Recipients are nominated based upon commitment to club, community and family. The state winner is selected by an outside panel of judges comprised of leading citizens. In June 2011, Young won the state award and will be honored, along with other nominees, in Lancaster in May. The four Middle Atlantic Region state winners from N.Y., N.J., Del. and Pa., were honored at a conference in September 2011; judges narrowed honorees to two then selected one of the two winners from each of the eight international regions of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs. Young was selected as the winner from the Middle Atlantic Region. Young said, “I think that is the most amazing thing. I wouldn’t have won this (award) without this club. This club is the most active, caring and concerned group of women that I could imagine. Collectively, we are involved in so many things,” said Young. “I’ve never been honored for anything like this in my life and what a feeling.” Since 1975, Young has been a member of the Abington Heights Civic League, a nonprofit community -oriented organization. In 2011 she was presented with the league’s Dedicated Club Woman Award for her contributions to the club. The Abington Heights Civic League Clubhouse and Dance Academy are located in the Colburn Complex, 115 Colburn Ave., Clarks Summit. The league includes 76 members. “The Abington Heights Civic League, Inc. supports our community through service, volunteerism and fundraising, and Linda has demonstrated her dedication to the club’s mission by serving in many capacities, including holding the offices of President twice and Treasurer, and by spearheading many important club projects throughout her years as a member. This past year alone, in addition to her position as General Federation of Women’s Clubs Pa. State Secretary, she has served as Chairman of the …AHCL, Inc., Civic League’s Home Life department, overseeing the annual Kindergarten Vision Screening program, and the Adopt a Family Holiday Project. She helps to keep our club ‘on-track’ by serving on important bylaws, audit and strategic planning committees,” said league Past President and Leadership Chairman Colleen Gilboy. She added, “Linda is extremely civicminded and in addition to her many club activities she serves other local organizations in various capacities. The “Forever Young Fishing Derby” is just one more example of her vision and ability to network with these organizations to generate interest and support for a project that is beneficial to the entire community.” Young established the annual fishing derby in memory of her late husband, Lawrence E. “Bud” Young, and the project is supported by the Abington Heights Civic League’s Conservation Community Service Program. Young has two daughters, Tammi and Dawn. Sherry Wellman, GFWC Jennie Award Chairman, said of the award, “The Jennie Award is the highest individual award bestowed by the General Federation of Women’s Clubs . As the Jennie Award winner from the GFWC Mid-Atlantic Region, Linda will be honored June 16 at the Transforming our World Gala during the GFWC International Convention in Charlotte, N.C. Linda Young demonstrates the spirit of devotion to community, family and club epitomized by GFWC founder Jane Cunningham Crowley, who wrote under the pen name ‘Jennie June.’”

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Katie DeRiancho, 3, of Waverly, goes after a prized egg.

Keen eye for EGGS Jake Gilbert, 10, Waverly, shares an Easter egg with Brooklyn Yankow, 1, Clarks Summit.

On April 7, an Easter egg hunt was hosted at Waverly Community Church, from 10 -11 a.m. The event included a puppet show and crafts for children 10 and younger.

CLARKS SUMMIT - At the Clarks Summit Borough Council Meeting April 4, council voted to accept the resignation of Borough Treasurer Christine Tsaklas. They then made a resolution in her honor, which was read by Mayor Harry Kelly, recognizing and thanking her for her service. Attorney Mike Grab was in attendance representing TowerCo regarding the land development plan for a cell phone tower to be located on private property on North State Street. The plan gained approval at the March 7 meeting, and at the March 27 work session Grab came to the council with two problems regarding the written conditions. Suggestions resolving those problems were made at the work session, and at the April 4 meeting, council voted to approve those amendments to the conditions. Also in attendance was Gerard Hetman, representing the newly formed Lackawanna County Community Relations department. Hetman said the County is starting a new venture, similar to the Abington Council of Governments, which will feature a series of informal meetings between the commissioners and local elected officials. Residents of Grandview Street were in attendance to request the removal of the “Road Closed” sign at the beginning of the Street. They

also requested more rocks be placed at a walkway opening to prevent motorcycles from driving through. Council decided to place it on the agenda for the next work session. Also in attendance was Warren Watkins, representing the Abington Senior Center, which he said has been growing in “leaps and bounds.” He said since last year at this time, membership has increased by 141 people. Parking is now a problem—a good problem, he said, but a problem nonetheless. Another topic of discussion was the graffiti on a building at the Abington Little League ball field. Council discussed methods of preventing future vandalism and requested the police force begin an investigation to find out who is responsible. Council voted 5 to 2 to authorize Council President Gerrie Carey and Borough Manager Virginia Kehoe as signers for activity of non-uniform pensions and police pensions. Council discussed the Spring Clean Up, sponsored by State Representative Sid Michaels Kavulich, to be held April 28 from 12 a.m. - 3 p.m. Flyers, available to the public at the meeting, stated, “We are seeking volunteers to pick up trash and debris, especially along roadways, borough parks and streams. Community organizations, churches, schools and businesses are encouraged to participate in this community event.”

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Bridget DeRiancho, 1, Waverly, makes a Susan Arp, 4, Clarks Summit, displays craft before the egg hunt festivities the eggs she found during the hunt. begin.

Participating in Waverly Community Church’s Easter egg hunt April 7 are, from left: Hannah Gilbert 11, Waverly; Rylee Yankow, 4, Clarks Summit; Jake Gilbert, 10, Waverly; Caly Yankow, 6, Clarks Summit; Sadie Gilbert, 5, Waverly and Aiden Gilbert, 7, Waverly.

Library lovers will have a chance to voice their thoughts on why they feel their library is valuable. And by entering a library-sponsored contest with a 350-word essay on the topic, anyone in grade 9 through adult will be entered to win a Nook Color. This contest is sponsored by the Lackawanna County Library System as part of the PA Forward initiative promoting the value of libraries in the 21st Century. According to Abington Community Library Director Leah Ducato Rudolph, “PA FORWARD is an innovative action plan for libraries aimed to improve essential literacy skills in Pennsylvania, launched by the Pennsylvania Library Association. To see how we are tapping into this initiative, stop by the Library on Thursday, April 12 and see our displays promoting the five basic literacies, and watch for inclusion of new logos on our many programs and events.” Essay contest rules are as

follows: 1. Open to anyone 9th grade through adult. 2. In an essay of 350 words or less describe how a library changed your life, improved it, or is a meaningful part of it. 3. Entries must be typed and must include the writer’s name, address, telephone number and the Lackawanna County Library System library the writer visits most. 4. Deadline : May 25, 2012. 5. Essays may be dropped off at the Circulation Desk of any Lackawanna County Library System library, or mailed to: Essay Contest, LCLS, 520 Vine Street, Scranton, PA 18509. Or send it via email to lclsessays@albright.org. 6. Essay writers agree to allow the Lackawanna County Library System to display and/or publish their essays, and to use their names and the context of their entries for promotional purposes. 7. Entries will be judged in two categories: Grades 9-12, and ages 18 and older.

Waffles for Wishes Community invited to help Tomorrow’s Leaders make dreams come true Since October, members of the Tomorrow’s Leaders Today class participated in a variety of educationSOUTH ABINGTON TWP. al sessions, including a trip to the April19 marks the day that 34 students will graduate from Tomorrow’s Lackawanna County courthouse, a Leaders Today, a program organized class on business etiquette and an interpersonal communications class. through Leadership Lackawanna. “It’s a great experience, it really is,” The program encompasses junior said Lackawanna Trail junior Morgan students from15 high schools inLackawanna County, including pub- Curran,17, Factoryville. Curran is member of the graduating class. lic schools, private school and paFrom the start of the program in rochial schools, according to Nicole October, students have been orgaBarber, 31, Administrator for Leadership Lackawanna and Community nizing a Waffles & Wishes community fundraiser that is set for April19 Relations Director for the Greater from 8 - 9:30 a.m. at the Nichols Scranton Chamber of Commerce. Village Hotel & Spa,1101Northern The Tunkhannock resident said it includes Lackawanna Trail and West- Boulevard, Clarks Summit. The ern Wayne, which are on the borders fundraiser will be hosted in the Commons Room. Proceeds from the of Lackawanna County. BY T’SHAIYA STEPHENSON Abington Journal Correspondent

breakfast will benefit Make a Wish, and Barber said the money donated will be “restricted to Lackawanna County Wishes…” She added that proceeds will go to a child who lives in Lackawanna County and is awaiting a wish. North Pocono High School junior and member of the graduating class of Tomorrow’s Leaders Today 2012, Brianna Alunni,16, said, “We put brochures in community centers, like doctor’s offices and churches.” Each school involved in the program hosted fundraisers. Alunni said North Pocono participated in a pajama dress- down day. Students at Lackawanna Trail hosted a coin drop, according to Curran. The class that donated the most was the recipient of

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Tomorrow’s Leaders Today moderator Nicole Barber with class members Morgan Curran and Brianna Alunni. a doughnut party, Curran said. Barber said that they raised approximately $1,300, but their goal is to raise $5,000 because the average cost of a wish is $3,500. “…That’s why it’s so important to raise funds restricted to Wishes to help the children.” There is no monetary donation set for the fundraising breakfast, and those interested in attending Waffles & Wishes are requested to RSVP to Barber by April15 at 570.342.7711. For details, visit www.leadershiplackawanna.com.


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Construction underway at Trinity Lutheran Church At Trinity Lutheran Church on West Grove Street in Clarks Summit, a crane is shown hoisting a 5,000pound section of structural steel into place over the gathering area of the new Parish Life Center. They peak of the new gathering area connects the new addition to the existing church.

The 7th annual Aviation Exploration Day will be held at the Wilkes-Barre/ Scranton International Airport April14 from11a.m. - 4 p.m. The event is aimed at anyone interested in aviation. The event is hosted by The Marywood Aviators from Marywood University in Scranton. Last year, they raised more than $1,000 for Angel Flight of America. Angel Flight is a non-profit organization lead by volunteer pilots who donate time and airplanes to help transport sick patients who cannot afford immediate transportation, to specialized hospitals for immediate care. Admission is free. Airplane rides, which last about 20 minutes, will cost $20 per person. A limited number of tickets are available on a first come, first served basis. Customers can purchase ticket when the doors open at11a.m. Vendors include: Angel Flight, Army, Navy, Civil Air Patrol, State Police, Save A Life, 99s Club, Tech Aviation Flight School and The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport. Also a large number of events will be featured, including: Static Display Aircraft,16 basket and gift card raffles, live music and children’s activities. All proceeds will be donated to Angel Flight. The event is also sponsored by Tech Aviation Flight School, Saker Aviation Services, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport and the Marywood Aviators.

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Name: Ice Age: 10 years old Sex: Female Breed: Shepherd mix About me: I love everyone I meet and I am housebroken. Remember to contact the Griffin Pond Animal Shelter at 586.3700 if your pet is lost or goes astray.

The Griffin Pond Animal Shelter, 967 Griffin Pond Rd., Clarks Summit, is open for the adoption of pets from noon to 4:30 p.m., daily. Wish list items are always appreciated, including kitty litter and cat food, Timothy hay, Carefresh or Aspen bedding for small animals and any type of donation. Adopt a cage at the Griffin Pond Animal Shelter for one month and your $20 donation will go toward care and feeding of the animal in that cage for the month you choose. A card will be placed on the cage identifying the sponsor for that month. Send the following Adopt-a-Cage information, including name, address, city, state and zip, phone number, sponsor month, choice of dog, cat or small animal cage and how you would like your sponsor card to appear, along with $20 for each cage to The Griffin Pond Animal Shelter, 967 Griffin Pond Rd., Clarks Summit, PA 1841 1.


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Trainer hours topic of discussion BY ROBERT TOMKAVAGE rtomkavage@theabingtonjournal.com

CLARKS SUMMITAbington Heights Superintendent Dr. Michael Mahon opened the April 4 school board work session by announcing that Abington Heights Middle School has been re-designated as a “School to Watch.” “It’s a very, very positive thing,” he said. Clarks Summit Elementary and Waverly Elementary Schools will receive grants from the United States Tennis Association to help coordinate their junior tennis programs. Mahon also announced that all four Abington Heights Odyssey of the Mind teams have advanced to states out of 112 teams in the competition. “Abington Heights really distinguished itself at the competition,” he said. The Robotics team advanced to the quarterfinal round of a recent district event. The Forensic team qualified 10 students for the state competition. Eight high school students exhibited artwork in Scranton following their participation in the “Artist of the Month” regional competition On April 13, fourth grade girl scouts from South Abington and Newton Ransom Elementary will take part in a “Uniquely Me” girl scouts self-esteem program that was created in 2002 to address a critical nationwide problem of low self esteem among adolescent and pre-adolescent girls. High School English Teacher Marilyn Pryle will speak at the International Reading Association 2012 Annual Convention in Chicago, Illinois. The convention is from April 29-May 2. Pryle will speak May 2. Her topic is based on ideas from her book Easy and Effective Writing Lessons for English Language Learners Twenty-one members of the 2011 football team were recently named to the Pennsylvania Football News AllAcademic team. The board discussed the availability of athletic trainers Board member Jeanne Cadman thought it was troublesome that trainers may not be readily available if needed in the upcoming months. “It’s concerning to me that we’ve just begun the spring sports and the 900 hours are almost gone.” According to Mahon, the school decided on 900 hours a few years ago because the usage of trainers was “out of control.” “That is the absolute lowest limit any school would consider,” Mahon said. “I feel that I have the authority to extend beyond 900 hours because I characterize our athletic programs as ‘catastrophically successful.’ They are always in the playoffs and playing more games. That puts a strain on the budget and trainers. We’ve worked hard to keep it at 900 hours and we’re happy we are where we are. “We’re as efficient as we’ve ever been, but we have to keep watching it.” The Abington Heights School Board will next meet April 18 at 6:30 p.m. at the Administration Building, Grove Street.

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A fashion show held at the Lackawanna Trail Jr./Sr. high school March 3 as part of student Ashley Mecca’s senior project. Proceeds benefited the Lackawanna Trail Marching and Color Guard. Clothprovided by Sarno & Sons, Men’s Wearhouse, The Avenue, ing The Green Being, Tunis Bridal and The Deb. was Models were Ashley Mecca, Anna-Rose Benjamin, Laura Cox, Olivia Cooper, Tori Ellsworth, Bruce Benko, Maxwell Myers, Olivia Frank, Ruth Cummings, C.J. Bonacci, Nathaniel Barbolish, Wynn Phillips, Mikaela Weisenfluh, Dylan Grunza, Katie Seigle and Lowell Phillips and Josh Brown .

Katie Seigle wore a gown from The Deb prom fashion while Lowell Phillips was wearing a tux from Sarno & Sons. C.J. Bonacci wearing Men’s Wearhouse

DEAN’S LIST 2011 Dean’s List. St. Joseph’s University The following residents earned dean’s list honors for the Fall 2011 semester at Saint Joseph’s University. Cameron Fick of Clarks Summit,majoring in Biology; Megan O’Donnell of South Abington Township, majoring in Biology; Alexandra Pipcho of Clarks Summit, majoring in Biology; Rachel Dennen of Clarks Summit, majoring in Food Marketing; John O’Brien of Clarks Summit, majoring in Accounting; Jenna Sladicka of Clarks Summit, majoring in Marketing. Students must achieve a grade point average of 3.5 or above, a B or greater in all their classes, and complete at least 15 credits to earn Dean’s List status for a semester. Susquehanna University Casey Phillips of Clarks Summit, was named to Susquehanna University’s dean’s list for the fall 2011 semester. The dean’s list recognizes students who achieve a grade point average of 3.4 or higher out of a possible 4.0 for the semester. To qualify, students must complete a minimum of 12 semester hours. Phillips, a senior majoring in creative writing, is a 2008 graduate of Abington Heights High School and the daughter of Robin Phillips. University of the Sciences The following local residents have been named to the fall 2011 Dean’s List at University of the Sciences: Kaitlyn Lahey of Clarks Summit, is a master of occupational therapy student. Mackenzie McGoff of Dalton, is a doctor of pharmacy student. Ashley Shotwell of Tunkhannock, is a doctor of pharmacy student. Selection for this award is based on completing and passing all assigned courses with no grade below a “C” and attaining an academic average of at least 3.4 for courses taken in the fall semester of 2011. University of Wyoming The University of Wyoming listed students from Pennsylvania on the 2011 fall semester academic Dean’s and Dean’s Freshman Honor Roll. Students include: Philip Lyle Furiosi of Clarks Summit The honor roll consists of regularly enrolled undergraduates above freshman standing who earned a 3.4 or

Forensics teams advance to finals

Members of the Our Lady of Peace School Forensics teams in Clarks Green advance to finals. Members of the Junior Varsity team advancing include: 1st place- Grace Farrell, Elizabeth Gumula and Abby Molnar; 5th place- Claire Sunday and Grace Okrepkie Members of the Varsity team advancing include: 5th place-Kate Riley, Erin Feeney and Angie Hazzouri; Honorable Mention- Megan Siebecker and Shea Quinn; Honorable Mention- Julianne Hunt, Megan Paulish and Gillian Gerega These students will advance to Diocesan Finals at St. Paul’s School March 20.

Junior Varsity Forensics team members are shown, first row, from left: Grace Okrepkie, Brigid Lynett, Alexandra Zolin, Grace Farrell, Bristol Grenfell, Abby Molnar. Second row: Mrs. Orr, Claire Sunday, Ellie Wright, Maria Terrinoni, Kristina Thomas, Elizabeth Gumula, Trish Caucci, Caddie Ries.

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Ruth Cumming wearing fashions from The Green Being Spring Collection.

Binghamton University William J Oliver of Factoryville received academic honors from the Harpur College of Arts and Sciences at Binghamton University by making the University’s Dean’s List for the Fall 2011 semester. Elmira College Elmira College has released its Dean’s List for Academic Achievement for the Fall 2011 Term. The Dean’s List recognizes students that have a grade point average of 3.6 or higher for the Fall 2011 academic term. Callin Karnopp ’14 of Tunkhannock, has been named to the Dean’s List of Academic Achievement for the Fall 2011 Term. Callin is majoring in Business Administration Luzerne County Community College Luzerne County Community College announces the following students have earned recognition for outstanding academic achievement during the fall 2011 semester. To qualify for the President’s List, a student must earn a 4.0 cumulative grade point average. Students who attain a grade point average between 3.5 and 3.99 are included on the Dean’s List, and those with an average between 3.25 and 3.49 are included on the Honors List. Dean’s List -- Kathryn Alfred, Dalton; Anna Baumeister, Dalton; Dana Cacioppo, Clarks Summit; Jerry Coyle, Scott Township; Andrew Flagg, Dalton; Curtis Neuhausel, Dalton; and James Neuhausel, Dalton. Honors List -- Steven Glogowski, Falls; Sarah, Hart, Clarks Summit; Jamie Johnson, Clarks Summit; Dwayne Moran, Clarks Summit; and Tiffany Richmond, Clarks Summit. President’s List -- Laura Jozefowicz, Clarks Summit. Roger Williams University Elizabeth Kilzi, a resident of Waverly, has been named to the Fall 2011 Dean’s List at Roger Williams University. Fulltime students who complete 12 or more credits per semester and earn a GPA of 3.4 or higher are placed on the Dean’s List that semester, provided that they have not received any of the following grades: F, I, NP or NS. St. Francis University Erin Fallon, a Biology major and resident of Tunkhannock was among more than 600 students from Saint Francis University who made the Fall

Varsity Forensics team members are shown, first row, from left: Ann Wesolowski, Dagny Rippon, Shea Quinn, Acasia Krenitsky, Mary Graff. Second row: Mrs. Orr, Angie Hazzouri, Kate Reilly, Erin Feeny, Megan Siebecker, Meg Paulish, Gillian Grega, Emily Goryeb. Absent from photo: Julianne Hunt

better grade point average, and freshmen who have earned a 3.25 or better grade point average. To be eligible, students must have been enrolled for a minimum of 12 credit hours taken for letter grades. West Chester University Cassandra McFarlane, Clarks Summit, a senior at West Chester University of Pennsylvania has been named to the Dean’s List. The daughter of John and Sally McFarlane, she is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in communication studies. Dean’s List recognizes degreeseeking students who complete 12 or more hours in an academic semester and achieve a semester GPA of 3.67 or better. Widener University School of Law Widener University School of Law Dean Linda L. Ammons announced the fall 2011 dean’s list of students for the Delaware campus. Students named to the list earned a grade point average in the top 20 percent of their class and division for the semester. They include: Ellen Lavelle, of Clarks Green and Matthew Vassil, of Dalton Widener University Jordan Goldstein of Clarks Summit, who is studying at Widener University in Chester, was named to the Dean’s List for the Fall 2011 semester at Widener. The Dean’s List recognizes full-time students who earned a grade point average of 3.50 and above for the semester. Wilkes University Laura Gleason-Ancherani, of Clarks Summit; Laura Hart, of Clarks Summit; Daniel Judge, of Clarks Summit; Gina Lemoncelli, of Scott Township; Brian Palmiter, of Clarks Summit; Kimberly Polovitch, of Clarks Summit; Kathryn Santoli, of Clarks Summit; Robert Terry, of Clarks Summit; Amy Umerich, of Clarks Summit; Connor Zale, of Clarks Summit; Mark Fowler, of Dalton; Elefteria Galiatsatos, of Dalton; Andrew Razawich, of Tunkhannock; Brittny Rule, of Tunkhannock; Tiffany Rule, of Tunkhannock; Rebecca Stanton, of Tunkhannock; Elizabeth Voda, of Tunkhannock. To be named to the Dean’s List, students must obtain a minimum 3.4 GPA and carry at least 12 credits.

Patti Davis, Dalton, a professor in the Business, Management and Technology DiviDavis sion at Keystone College, La Plume, recently received her doctoral degree in post- secondary and adult education from Capella University, Minneapolis, Minn. Dr. Davis’ doctoral thesis was: “Is Science in Danger? A Study of the Decline in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Gradu-

ates and the Reaction by Major Research Universities.” A Keystone graduate, Davis has been the curriculum coordinator of accounting at the college for 27 years and was Keystone’s 1997 recipient of the Margaretta Belin Chamberlin Chair for Distinguished Faculty Service. She serves as Chair of the Relations with School and Colleges Committee of the Northeast Chapter of the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Davis is a member of the American Accounting Association and Institute of Management Accountants.

Keystone to host open houses Keystone College will conduct a Weekender Open House April 21 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at its Weekender Program locations in La Plume, Towanda and Delaware Valley. Individuals considering the Weekender Program will have the opportunity to meet with site coordinators and faculty members, obtain financial aid information, and review summer and fall course offerings. The Keystone College Weekender Program enables

adults to pursue a college degree while maintaining work, family, and social responsibilities. The Weekender’s hybrid format combines traditional classroom instruction with online computer-based learning. Keystone’s Weekender Program is located on its main campus in La Plume, 602 Main Street in Towanda, and Delaware Valley High School in Milford. For more information, visit www.keystone.edu.

School donates to food bank Abington Heights School District’s Gina Seyer, Chrissy McAndrew, Lynn Lisofsky and Lori Carroll, third grade teachers at Newton-Ransom Elementary School, combined their charitable class efforts to assist struggling families by conducting a food drive that garnered 12 large boxes of food for donation that helped fill the shelves at the Bread Basket of Northeastern Pennsylvania. Seyer, along with students Sailor Castellano and Elle Seyer are shown presenting the food to Bread Basket Executive Director Sandra Roberts, from left.


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Wayne Bank has donated $10,000 to the Abington Heights Educational Improvement Organization (AEIO). The funds will be used to supplement and enhance the educational environment and programs within the Abington Heights School District. AEIO brings together ideas, people and resources to support innovative educational programs outside the regular school curriculum. Popular Abington Heights School District programs supported by the AEIO grants are: FIRST Robotics, Greenhouse, Music Technology Lab, Weather Bug, Drama Society, Arts Alliance, Odyssey of the Mind, TV Studies Project, Summer Arts Alive, Earth Camp, Lithium Project & Science Olympiad, Aquaponics/Aquaculture, The Gathering and the Kuiper Award for Teaching Excellence. Individuals may make tax-deductible contributions to AEIO by mailing checks payable to “AEIO” at P. O. Box 154, Clarks Summit, PA 18411.Visit www.aeioandyou.org for more information. Shown, from left, Dominick Mitchell, AEIO Board member; Lewis J. Critelli, Wayne Bank President and Chief Executive Officer; Margaret McNulty and Thomas McHugh, AEIO Board members.

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Lakeland Jr. Sr. High School announces Honor Roll for 2nd marking period 2012. High Honors Grade 7: Hannah Amico, Kerri Armstrong, Isabella Demyan, Nancy Estadt, Madison Harding, Brittany Hoover, Sal Marino, Alyssa Meta, Anna Pidgeon, Philip Podhyski, Kathryn Retzbach, Abigail Samuelsen, Brianna Stangline, Abigail Nicole Wasko. Grade 8: Kayla Agentowicz, Molli Campbell, Kyle Carter, Nicholas Cicio, Collin Cooper, Corey Davis, Lindsey Domonoski, Taylor Flynn, Robert Fortuner, Anthony Harding, Teya Heller, Kristen Hlavaty, Lindsay Jones, Ian Kondrat, Jessica Kozlosky, Maria Merrigan, Sarah Mihalick, Caleb Morgan, Taylor Morgan, Armen Rissmiller, Dylan Smith, Brooke Stearns, Dominick Tolerico, Georgia Verrastro, Joseph Wanat. Grade 9: Alexis Bertholf, Emily Bevilacqua, Kaycie Gavin, Lauren Holt, Brianna Houman, Cassidy Jenkins, Christine Kaffka, Christina Kosch, Lindsay Lick, Lauren Lomberto, Maura Maria Meta, Leah Milewski, Nathan Morgan, Carissa Lyn Neary, Taylor Novitsky, Courtney Parchinski, Alyssa Raciborski, Joseph Anthony Snedeker, Hannah Stracham, Joshua Strong, Emily Whitelavich. Grade 10: James Blevins, Breann Boyarsky, Dana Buskovitz, Breann Clauss-Walton, Cassidy Dorson, Jordan Hoinsky, Jacqueline Jadick, Cody Morcom, Susanna Ogozaly, Maura O’Neill, Liliana Pivovarnick, Arianna Rivenbugh, Alyssa Rousseau, Morgan Sedorovitz, Amanda Sheakoski, David Stude, Joseph Teeple, Jordyn Tomcykoski, Natalie Tuffy. Grade 11: Katelyn Bednash, Danielle Bickelman, Jacquelyeen Budzinski, Jordan Combs, William Demyan, Hugh Doyle, David Gitkos, Stephen Grzenda, Mora Hoyle, John Kiehart, Zachary Krieger, Martin Lambert, Sommer Larkin, Daniel Luke, Margaret Mary Makowski, Brigitte Mata, Anastasia Muncie, Gregory Reeves, Tyler Stracham. Grade 12: Samantha Amorine, Ashley Bednash, AlexandraBernosky, Jacob Bonner, Matthew Clum, Kyle Cosgrove, Matthew Didato, Shelby Gallis, Jenna Granville, Jennifer Jordan, Stanley Kaminsky, Laura Konosky, Rachael Krause, Sara Krempasky, Jennie Lashinski, Addie Lavelle, Ryanne Lehenaff, Jennifer Magnotta, AlexandriaMiller, Jana Pezanowski, Tyler Piatt, Cody Reeves, Taylor Reeves, John Rojenches, Francesca Romanyshyn, Kaitlyn Rucker, Lauren Terpak, Keith Valinski, Nathan Wnuk. Honors Grade 7: Lauren Amico, Patrick Battle, Maiya Bautista, Cameron Bullet, Kayla Burns, Nicolas Catanzaro, Albert Chapacharis, Christian Cicio, Abigail Comparetta, Joshua Dippel, Molly Fawcett, Eric Ferko, Jakob Gross, Kyle Hallisky, Thomas Heller, Maria Knutelski, John Kozlosky, William Lavelle, Stephen Liuzzo, Leah Pawluck, Miyah Pliska, Dylan Reeves, Hannah Sue Roe, Morgan Ruddy, Lainie Sarnoski, Tyler Schwartztrauber, Lucas Snedeker, Julia Taylor, Autumn Zintel, Madison Ziobro. Grade 8: Abigail Aniska, Christine Anzelmi, Ian Baker, Raymond Bonham, Antonio Cerminaro, Marina Contorno, Rachel Anne Decker, Kathryn Drazdauskas, Derek Loomis, Mariah Loughney, Sean Pittack, Mary Rzucidlo, Morgan Shiner, Samantha Vadala, Katie Walsh. Grade 9: Mark Arzie, Derek Baigis, Paul Beaudoin, Tyler Burns, Alexandria Calzola, Patrick ClaussWalton, Thomas Dastalfo, Sarah

classroom, he gave another reason why he thinks the school is special. “The students are kind to each other,” he said. “The school is full of students who want to build each other up. We’re here to celebrate the big things, but we’re also here to celebrate the small things. I’m so proud of them.” State Senator John Blake put in perspective the significance of the school’s accomplishment. “You set the standard for the entire state of Pennsylvania,” Blake said. ABINGTON JOURNAL/ROBERT TOMKAVAGE State Senator John Blake addresses students during the ‘School to Lackawanna County ComWatch’ celebration. missioner Jim Wansacz acknowledged the energy he felt from the students when motivation and their will to he entered the school and strive to be the best.” praised them for their close School District SuperinContinued from Page 1 bond. tendent Dr. Michael Mahon “You care about each other believes the multitude of Sullum, Emily Fisher and and that is really special,” Taya Kobrynich performed a activities and clubs at the Wansacz said. school was a key factor in its rendition of the national anSullum was proud of the selection. them, the Abington Heights progress her classmates have “There are so many differseventh and eight grade chomade in the past few years. rus sang the alma mater, and ent things to do and so many “It’s really fascinating to different students who particithe eighth grade band persee how our school works and pate,” Mahon said. formed the themes from how we’ve all developed While he acknowledged the “Mission Impossible” and importance of success in the since 5th grade,” she said. “Fame.” Elia stressed that the sucAbington Heights cess would not be possible Middle School without hard work and good students watch communication from top to the ceremony on bottom. a big screen “What makes our school projector. special is that our teachers and administrators work as a team to give the students the best experience possible,” he said. “As principal, I’m extremely proud of the students’

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claims against Cerco. In an interview with police at the South Abington Police Department, Cerco allegedly told investigators that he “likes to dress in women’s clothing” and was “sick of going to the mall, buying women’s clothing, and returning it when he was done with them.” He allegedly confirmed to police that he had requested clothing items from the 12year-old and that he “had pictures of himself dressed in women’s clothing” that he planned to send to her from his cellular phone. Cerco also allegedly admitted that he “solicited another team member for Victoria’s Secret” yoga pants and that they were “at his residence in a pile of laundry.” Mahon confirmed that Cerco is no longer coaching at the school. “We’re very proud of the fact that the student spoke up and alerted us about the situation,” Mahon added in a phone interview Monday. “Other than that, the charges speak for themselves.” Cerco was arraigned April 5 on the single charge of corruption of minors. According to court documents, he posted $75,000 bail April 9. A preliminary hearing is set for April 11 at 11 a.m.

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Concert to benefit Griffin Pond shelter Music Association member and has the honor of nominating and voting for Country Music’s top names in the business, as well as attending the awards show in November. Dani-elle is also a member and on the Board of Directors of N.O.T.E. an Entertainment Company, based in the Southern tier of New York, ASCAP and Hillbilly Culture, a Nashville -based Music Publishing Company. For more about the artist, visit www.Dani-ellesings.com Tickets for the April 22 concert start at $15 and are available at: Mellow Theater Box Office, Scranton 955.1455; Debbie’s Flower Boutique, Jermyn, 876.3461 and etiks.com. Tickets will also be available at the door. All Active Duty Military

An area 16-year-old country singer- songwriter who has been performing since age 3 will dedicate a portion of the proceeds from an upcoming performance to the Griffin Pond Animal Shelter, Clarks Summit. Dani-elle’s “Dream Big” CD release concert will be held April 22 at 2 p.m. at the Mellow Theater at Lackawanna College, 501 Vine St. Scranton. She recently completed her album “Dream Big” at SI Studios, Old Forge. Included in the CD will be songs written by Dani-elle, along with her co-writer, Jim Cullen. Danielle studies in Nashville, Tenn. with vocal coach to the stars Renee Grant-Williams and locally at Marywood University. She was accepted at 13 as a Country

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kennel. The Padulas went before SCOTT TOWNSHIPthe Scott Township planCanio and Susan Padula ning commission a few went before the Scott weeks prior with their proTownship Board of Super- posal of a 25 -dog breedvisors March 20, to gain ing facility inside a barn approval for a conditional on property that they are use permit for a proposed proposing to buy in the dog kennel on 431 Stone township. Canio Padula School Lane.Susan Padula, said, “We are looking to whose birthday was that install a kennel to breed same day, got a present in dogs, obtain puppies and the form of the approval, then sell the puppies. We Dani-elle will perform APril 22 to with some regulations to will be raising English benefit Griffin Pond shelter. be followed. Setters. They are a hunting Richard Fanucci, the so- dog breed and we will not with proper ID will receive a licitor for the board, noted exceed 25 dogs, and all free General Admission Tickthat the hearingwas proper- puppies will be preordered. et by calling 876.3461. Part of ly advertised, all fees were I know there is a concern the proceeds will benefit the paid, and the property was about barking, but believe Griffin Pond Animal Shelter properly posted for the and Canine Partners For Life. me I don’t want barking either. I will be living at the house near the barn. We are looking to purbatteries and closed paint cans chase a total of 8.86 will be restricted, but there will acres.” be free TV and computer recyContinued from Page 1 Code Enforcement Officling. more than 20 hours a week. cer Carl Ferro informed The supervisors voted to “We’ve been trying to keep the board that the Padulas the ship afloat here,” said Super- appoint Supervisor William took their plans to the Brown as assistant roadmaster. visor David Bird, “and it’s not planning commission and Lackawanna County Comeasy, to be honest with you, met all set backs. Planning munity Relations Coordinator trying to get the right person in Rick Notari introduced himself commission reviewed it there, because there’s a lot of to supervisors and explained he March 6 and added requalifications that we need.” quirements. Ferro said, Supervisor Dennis Macheska will be acting as a liaison between them and the Lackawanna “The planning commission is filling the position until a County Commissioners. He said did state that they can only replacement is found. have one specific breed, no he will attend all supervisors’ The Supervisors voted in meetings in the future, and be favor of resolutions appointing Berkheimer to collect the fourth available to answer questions the supervisors might have for the quarter earned income tax for residents of Ransom Township, county. Ransom Township Zoning a task previously carried out by Officer Bob Lukiewicz made a Zielinski. Bird gave the road report, and statement to township residents. He said he is always available to said the road crew will be finanswer questions they may have ished cutting trees soon and is regarding township zoning working on a small water issue ordinance. He said the ordion Community Drive. He said the crew will be meeting soon to nance may look black and white, decide which roads will receive but a lot of it is gray. The next Ransom Township Board of work this year. Supervisors meeting will be Bird announced the Spring held May 7 at 7 p.m. at the Cleanup is planned for May 4 Township Building on Hickory from 7 a.m. -7 p.m. and May 5 from 7 a.m. - noon. He said tires, Lane. BY SUSAN REBENSKY Abington Journal Correspondent

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afraid of what winter would do to the garden, but then spring came, returning its Continued from Page 1 beauty. The garden is now almost cil and gain approval for the location of the garden. Then complete, and eventually a she had to have the plot mea- small memorial plaque will be added, as well as more sured and marked. She also did a lot of research to deter- flowers. Gatto said she plans to continue to maintain it in mine which flowers and the future, as it’s not simply a plants would grow best in garden, but a memory of her that area, and went to the friend. staff at Greystone Gardens, She said she and Sandoff Route 6 for advice. Gatto said once she started ercock spent many fun days at the park where the garden the actual planting of the is located, playing tennis and bulbs last fall, the project hanging out. finally began to seem like a “It was our park,” she said. reality, and she could see it Some of her other favorite all coming together. memories with her friend At first, she said she tried include making chocolate to do everything by herself, chip cookies, dressing as but then realized how much twins, tanning in the sun, work that involved, and allowed her parents to help out going out for ice cream, and attending Girl Scout activhere and there. She said her ities together. The garden is father dug the holes while her way of keeping these she planted the flowers and watered them from the creek. memories alive, while creShe put great care into the ating something the commuwork, desiring everything to nity can enjoy as well. be perfect. She said she was

signage. If barking does become a problem they will have to install a vegetative fence and that there would be no commercial breeding. Our regular set backs are 150 feet, and in this case the barn is like 650 set back from the home, and from 8 p.m. - 8 a.m. no dogs will be outside. It is in a R1 district and it does fall under all ordinance requirements.” Neighbor Jacquelyn Jenkins was present at the hearing against the kennel. “I was at the last meeting and I want it known that I was not aware that they would have a total of 15 dogs coming in already. I don’t want to see animals in a barn at all times and I don’t want to hear barking all day and night. We are experiencing bad water there now and our road is in terrible shape. Putting a kennel there is not a good thing. I have lived here 25 years and I am disappointed my neighbors are not here tonight,” said Jenkins. The board approved the installation of the kennel as long as all conditions of the conditional use permit are followed and observed.

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BY EMILY CULLEY Abington Journal Correspondent

CLARKS GREEN- The Abington Council of Governments assembled April 5 for their monthly meeting. Guest Herman Johnson, the Emergency Management Coordinator for Clarks Summit Borough, spoke about the importance of every community having an emergency management coordinator. It is required by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to have a coordinator to assist fire and police departments during a natural disaster or any other situation that requires additional aid. Johnson said the EMA coordinator properly documents damage that requires outside assistance or funding because FEMA requires proper documentation before funding any projects. He used the examples of flooding in 2006, as well as flooding due to the recent Hurricane Irene. There he took photographs to secure grants. Johnson brought Clarks Summit’s Emergency Operations Book that includes a map of flood plains, checklists, list of special needs residents, as well as an agreement between the Clarks Summit Borough and the Abington Heights School District to use buses in case of evacuation. Clarks Summit has an EMA vehicle equipped with safety cones, a Geiger counter, a radiation detection kit and litter for cleaning oil spills. “I would highly recommend that if you don’t have an EMA coordinator, appoint one and get him to the training,” said Johnson. He told the council that Clarks Summit’s EMA vehicle and his aid as EMA coordinator are available to their communities. Also mentioned were upcoming events in the Abington Area. The Ransom Lions Club is hosting a pancake breakfast April 22 at the Community Hall from 7 a.m. - 1 p.m. Cost is $7 for adults and $3.50 for children under 12. On April 21, from 9 a.m. 4 p.m. there will be an Earth Day Street Fair on Depot and State Streets in Clarks Summit where people can drop off ink cartridges, batteries, eye glasses and light bulbs. On May 6, from 10 a.m. there will be a car show to benefit the Scranton School for Deaf & Hard of Hearing Children. More information can be found at www.thescrantonschool.org.

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Mayfield Elementary shares some Seuss In celebration of Dr. Seuss’ birthday, Dr. Margaret Billings-Jones, Superintendent of Lakeland School District, read a Dr. Seuss book to the Mayfield Elementary school students on Read Across America Day. Shown are Dr. Margaret Billings-Jones and students Bradley Ligi, Brooke Kissolovege, Luigi Vitucci, Carter Stone, Cody Martin, Kayden West, Alexia Bower, Mason McDonald, Cody Allen, Robert Smith, Samantha Black, Gabrielle Ketch, Nathan Hunt, Jamy Kovolenus, Gage Tolerico, Joshua Ogozaly, Alysha Boshman.

March held the very popular father and son campout. This campout is unique because cub scouts are allowed to attend. Also fathers are requested to attend and tent with their sons. When the scouts first arrived at camp they set up their tents. The scouts had time to relax and then there was lunch. The lunches were packed in what is called a foil pack. One wraps precooked food in tin foil. At camp, a fire was started and burnt down to coals. The foil packs were cooked on these coals. The day mostly consisted of patrols going to scout skill stations spread around camp. The stations were run by older scouts. They consisted of orienteering, first aid, totin’ chip, leave no trace, fire

building and shelter building. Afterward the scouts had a couple of hours to do whatever they wanted. When dinner came, the scouts were treated with a variety of food that was prepared by adults at this campout. Later that night the patrols presented skits in front of the entire troop. After a fun day, the scouts soon went to bed. The cub scouts were lucky to be able to sleep indoors, while the boy scouts had to sleep in the cold outside. Sunday morning the scouts had a good breakfast and went home after a fun weekend. March of 2012 is a very memorable month for me. It is one that I will certainly remember for the rest of my life.

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Shown is the Opening Flag Ceremony at the start of a recent father and son camping trip.

On March 21, 2012, I passed my Eagle Scout board. Now I am officially an Eagle Scout. The road to Eagle is not an easy one. Only about 6 percent of all boy scouts complete the journey and obtain the Eagle rank. Eagle is the highest rank obtainable in boy scouts. It is the only rank that you cannot earn from the requirements alone. It must be awarded to you. The rank is highly respected and those who earn it feel accomplished. Probably the best part of obtaining the rank is realizing the journey that was accomplished to get there. I have been involved in scouting since first grade. I have traveled to various locations, made great friends and learned a lot of things. Most importantly I feel that I have improved significantly as an individual. However the journey has not ended yet. I still have two more years of youth membership in the boy scouts. Once the Eagle rank is achieved, scouts can earn eagle palms. A palm is rewarded for every five extra merit badges that are earned that are not included in the 21 required for Eagle. The road to eagle is one that will not be forgotten. These scouts are great representations of the Boy Scout oath and law. Remember a scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean and reverent. Tyler VanGorder has the rank of Eagle in Boy Scout Troop 160 from Clarks Summit. He is a sophomore student at Abington Heights High School. For more information, visit troop160bsa.org.

Michael Hopkins, of Dalton, participated in Susquehanna University’s 20th Annual Honors Band Festival. The festival, which was held mid-February, hosts high school musicians from 74 high schools in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, Delaware, Maryland and Connecticut. The festival included the Honors Wind Ensemble, Honors Band and Festival Band. A performance by Susquehanna’s Symphonic Band was conducted by Dr. Eric Hinton, director of bands; and guest conductor David Kish ’98, Ph.D., is the director of bands at Metropolitan State College. Hopkins, a member of the Symphonic Band, plays the saxophone. A sophomore majoring in music performance at Susquehanna, he is a 2010 graduate of Abington Heights High School and the son of David and Leigh Hopkins.

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throughout the world. “It’s just amazing how much the government or county or non-profits have made a difference during times that are hard for citizens…so no matter how little, every bit is appreciated it. It’s a team effort. I stress that – T-E-A-M effort.” Though Demarest’s team is small, he claims it’s mighty. He says there are a lot of clubs larger and stronger than his yet they are no. 1 in their district per capita in giving per member, 12 members and counting. The majority of them are baby boomers, born between 1946-1964. “At present, we have most likely achieved the American Dream. But, slowly, our future and dreams are fading fast. As far as tomorrow, most are taking it a day at a time. If you care about our young people, our children, and grandkids, how many tomorrows will it take so they have a brighter future? Will they be able to live the American Dream?” Some of Demarest’s successes with Trail Rotary include having started a chess club, sponsored a bowling tournament for the last two years to raise money for polio and helping out at the library every Saturday from 10 until noon. His goal is to increase membership. His hope is to start clubs for past alumni, teachers from any district club and 21-30 yearold graduates from Lackawanna Trail. Demarest said it only takes five members to start those satellite clubs and members can meet once or twice a month whenever and wherever they want. As for Trail Rotary, they meet at Gin’s Restaurant on Tuesdays at noon and meetings are open to the public. According to him, the difference is non-profit organizations do this with love, honor and most important, they do it peacefully. “There is little time left before we pass on, so be a mentor, volunteer, perform a service or join a club. We are the future. With positive thinking and an ‘I Can Do’ attitude, we can make dreams come true. Kindle the spark to continue. Ignite the flame toward mankind. Reach within and embrace humanity.” Demarest graduated in 1971 from Passaic Valley Regional High School in Little Falls, N. J. He took I.C.S. business management courses and spent 15 years as a manager at Toys R Us and Kay Bee Toys. For seven years he served as a supervisor for 14 convenience stores in New Jersey and the last seven years at Ray’s Shur-Save Market in Factoryville. He is a former councilman and baseball coach. Demarest has been married twice but now is in a relationship with his first love, 41 years later. He has three children from his first marriage: Carrie, Corinne and Courtney. He also has a son from his second marriage: DonMichael, two step-daughters and seven grandchildren.

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Rotary Club of the Abingtons With Leah Ducato Rudolph

Get your twirling forks ready for pasta ART AUCTION A SUCCESS The Rotary Club of the Abingtons Art Auction Gala, presented by Marlin Art on Friday, March 23 at the Glen Oak Country Club in Clarks Summit, was a big success. Co-chairs Donald J. Myer and Norbert Mayr announced over $4,000 in proceed was made on the event. Thank you to all who donated art or silent auction items, bought tickets and / or artwork, and helped in any way. COMING UP NEXT… THE PASTA DINNER! Sunday, May 6, is the date for the annual Rotary Club of the Abingtons Pasta Dinner from 12:30 - 5 p.m. at the Abington Heights High School in Clarks Summit. In addition to our Award Winning Meatballs, Chef Schiavone and son will be making their homemade special recipe sauce. Salad, dessert and beverages will round out this great meal. Dinners will be served by happy Rotarians and some of the finest young

people in the Abingtons. Take outs will be available. The price is $8 for adults and $4 for children under 12. All proceeds made from this dinner will benefit area youth programs in the Abingtons, as well as Abington Little League, and the Children’s Advocacy WELCOME NEW MEMBER Welcome to Jason Zeidman, sponsored by T’Shaiya Stephenson. Jason was inducted into Rotary in March. He is the proprietor of the Clarks Summit Refill Station and lives in Tunkhannock. WORLD POLIO DAY Rotary celebrated World Polio Day by announcing as of February 23, 2012, there were just a total of 14 cases of polio reported worldwide. GROUP STUDY EXCHANGE TRIP 2013 OPEN TO ALL ADULTS! Arrangements have been made to send a group study exchange team from District 7410 to Mexico next April 2013 for a four-week stay.

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The cost to individuals is very minimal. Applications are due by Aug. 31. Contact Barb Petty barbararaypetty@comcast.net, phone 570885-0731 with any questions. INTERACT CLUB The Interact Club is selling Gertrude Hawk candy bars. They also had a successful fundraiser at Moe’s Southwest Grill. Thank you, Interact Club, for all you do, including the new $500 scholarship for a deserving club member. DAFFODIL DAY Thank you to John Hambrose for once again organizing daffodil sales to club members on behalf of the American Cancer Society VARUN HARNATHKA NEWS Varun competed at the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Sciences recently and placed first. He will be representing AHHS at the State Championship in May at State College. He put together an outstanding performance in his chemistry project. He recently switched host families and will be staying with the Linders. Tata Mbugua reported it has been a great pleasure hosting Varun and he enjoyed his visits to The University of Scranton, including sitting in a freshman chemistry class. NONI MURITHI CHECKS IN: “My first Junior Senior Prom in the Philippines was full of cultural surprises! I

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A volunteer is shown serving pasta at last year’s annual Rotary Club of the Abingtons Pasta Dinner. This year, the event will take place Sunday, May 6, from 12:30 - 5 p.m. at the Abington Heights High School in Clarks Summit. had an interesting cultural season! Ang Lahat ng mga experience despite the fact Best, Paalam! “ that Filipino Prom activities Get involved! Attend a differ from those in the Unit- Rotary Club of the Abingtons ed States. Prom in the Philip- Meeting as our guest and pines is a graded event beconsider joining. Meetings cause it is a pageant where are held each Thursday at the teachers elect their favor- 12:10 p.m., Inn at Nichols ite students to compete. Who Village, Clarks Summit. Visit knew that I was a teacher our Facebook page Rotary favorite let alone that I would Club of the Abingtons for be competing in a pageant more information or check instead of dancing the night out our website: http:// away on the dance floor? The www.clubrunner.ca/Portal/ Philippines values the time Home.aspx?cid=8257. and money spent on our attire Follow us on Twitter so they decide to show it off (abingtoncomlib) and ‘like’ in a fashion show/ pageant Abington Community Limanner. It was nerve racking brary on Facebook. to compete, but I ended up You’ll be glad you did as Queen of the Night. Not a we are committed to lifelong bad way to kick off the sumlearning. mer season. I had a night to remember and many more Leah Ducato Rudolph is the publicity now since the “Summer” chairman of the Rotary Club of The Season is beginning. Time to Abingtons. She may be reached at lose those 21 extra pounds I 570.587.3440 or lrudolph@algained because it’s beach bright.org.

Edna Mae Roberts April 4, 2012

Edna Mae Roberts, 97, of Clarks Summit, died Wednesday evening, April 4, at Abington Manor in Clarks Summit. She was the widow of the late John Thomas Roberts who died in 1986. Born in Dubois, Edna was the daughter of the late Henry and Alice Roberts Shaffer. She was a graduate of Throop High School. Through her many years Edna worked as a seamstress and during World War II was a factory worker, building crystals for radios and hand grenades. During the Vietnam War, she sewed cargo netting and ratchet tie-downs for the military. She was a member of Lighthouse Baptist Church, Buckingham, and attended Heritage Baptist Church of Clarks Summit. Edna was a woman of great faith, trusting her Savior as Lord in 1932. She enjoyed tatting and solving crossword puzzles, as well as bird watching and spending time with her family. The family would like to thank Dr. Boyarski and staff, Susan and the staff at Abington Manor, Commonwealth Hospice of Northeast Pa., and family and friends for

their support, prayers, cards and visits through her dementia journey. Surviving is a son Richard and wife Rebecca, Clarks Summit with whom she resided for the past five years; a daughter Patricia Ann Roberts Blumberg and husband Norman, Doylestown; four grandchildren Rachel Constantinescu and husband Andrei, McKinney, Texas; Ryan Roberts and wife Jessica, Los Angeles, Calif.; Renee Roberts, Houghton, N.Y.; Tara Ann Giles and husband Thomas, Lansdale; a great granddaughter Shayla Ann Giles, Lansdale; a sister Dorothy Phelps, Middletown N.Y.; a brother Rev. Kenneth Tapper and wife Jean, Throop; and several nieces and nephews. Four sisters preceded her in death: Dorothy Bolam, Mary Williams, Geraldine Ashman, and Virginia Rodney; and a brother Thomas Tapper. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts in memory of Edna may be made to the Heritage Baptist Church Building Fund or Commonwealth Hospice of Northeast PA, 746 Jefferson Ave, Scranton, PA 18510. To sign the online guestbook, go to: www.lawrenceeyoungfuneralhome.com.

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baseball, playing chess, collecting baseball memorabilia. I’m inspired by: Youngsters and the success they have after graduating. Favorite place in the world: Any ballfield and mountains Favorite book: ‘Under Fire’ and ‘Delta Force’ Greatest achievement: Being asked to setup a prototype store for 156 retail locations with everyone flown in and two busloads arriving, videotaping and photographs. Then job offers made it an amazing day. Perfect Saturday afternoon: Playing golf with my son.


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Visual Arts/ Performing Arts Hanover Area Drama Club presents “Rumors” by Neil Simon, April 13 and 14 at 7 p.m. PEPS Art Show and Sale, The Pennsylvania En Plein Air Society (PEPS) will host an art show at the Glenburn Township Building located at 54 Waterford Road, Dalton from April through June. The show will benefit Physical Activity Intervention - Surviving Beyond Cancer (PAISBC). This organization was founded by former Olympian and Waverly resident Abby Peck. A “meet the artists” opening reception will be held at the Township April 15 from 3 – 5 p.m. with Abby Peck as guest speaker. Info: 954-1489 Art exhibit in Lock Haven University’s Sloan Fine Arts Gallery, featuring South Abington Township resident Ricky McKnight, a freshman Studio Arts: Graphic Online Design major. The works will be on display until April 20. The University of Scranton Hope Horn Gallery exhibit “The Visiting Nurses Association of Scranton: One Hundred Years,” on display April 16 -May 4 on the fourth floor of Hyland Hall. Info: 941.4214. Senior Exhibition 2011, to April 22 in the Mahady Gallery, located on the first floor in the Shields Center for Visual Arts at Marywood University. It will feature the artwork of 51 students graduating in May and December of 2012. Annual Keystone College Senior Exhibition, now through April 28 at Artworks Gallery in Scranton from 6 - 9 p.m. Graphic design, sculpture, ceramics, blown glass, and book arts will all be on display. Opening reception will be catered by Keystone College Chef’s Table Restaurant. Gallery hours are 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, and 12 to 3 p.m. Saturday.

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Women’s Fitness Class, Tuesdays from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Newton Recreational Center, Cost: $12. Info: 587.5791. See Arts, Page 12

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Shown, seated or kneeling, from left, are: Lauren Carroll, Tamane Takehara, Cara Mia Manasek and Sara Adelman. Standing: Evelyn Williams, Jillian Doran, Jackie Dende, Carolyn Hickman and Courtney Kocsis.

Genres intertwine at Civic Ballet by Joan Mead-Matsui Abington Journal Correspondent

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t the upcoming Scranton Civic Ballet spring “In Concert” performance eventgoers and ballet lovers can expect to find a diversified mix of two genres: classical ballet and live music, as the Scranton Civic Ballet children’s, apprentice and senior companies take the stage at the Mellow Theatre at Lackawanna College. Scranton Civic Ballet artistic director, Helen Gaus, who founded Scranton Civic Ballet in 1978, described the April 15 spring performance “In Concert” as diversified.

Literary Arts Writers Group, for ages 18 and up, at the Dietrich Theater in downtown Tunkhannock, Thursdays

She said, “This spring ballet performance is special because it is diversified…The senior company is performing to live music. We have a classical guitarist, Jay Stevesky and a flutist, Ed Wargo, who will be playing for the Spanish dances, and the second piece, will be performed musically by Doug Smith and his band (The Doug Smith Orchestra).” Doug Smith, of the Doug Smith Orchestra, who plays bass, has been working in the music industry full time for most of his life. Band members are R.J. Kennedy, drummer; Jim Selingo, musical arrangements and piano; Gary Rixner,

from 7 to 8:30 p.m., ongoing. All genres and levels of writing welcome. Cost: Free. Info: 996.1500. The Lackawanna Historical Society Welcomes

trombone; Dave Jumper, trumpet; and Tom Hamilton, saxophone. Smith said, “This is the fourth or so time we’ve worked with Helen (Gaus) and it’s a great experience and we appreciate it. Hardly any dance ensembles use live music around here. For her (Gaus) to go to the trouble to get the grants to be able to do that is a pretty cool thing. The biggest thing I like about this type of performance is interacting with dancers. We rarely get to play live music for choreographed dance, so it’s nice to be able to per-

Author Robert F. Harris, at the LHS headquarters April 29 at 2 p.m. Harris will discuss his latest book, The Last Dispatch Rider, which relates the story of 14 year old Thomas D. Col-

Second Friday Art Walk venues, artists announced Clarks Summit 2nd Friday Art Walk will be held April 13 from 5 - 9 p.m., organized by the Arts Council of the Abingtons. Venues hosting artists are: Steve Pronko, 120 State St., Elaine Tweedy/ Russel Lucas; A-1 Gold and Jewelry, 204 Depot St., Joe Kubic; Angels Galeria, 208 Depot St., Lisa Temples; Lawler’s Affordable Elegance, 210 Depot St., Jennifer Landon; Sunrise Café, 212 Depot St., Michael Swanson; Aggies Bridal and Gifts, 214 Depot St., TBD; Duffy’s

Do I ever have exciting news for you about the opening weekend of the Dietrich’s Spring Film Festival! Not only will we be celebrating with hors d’oeuvres, wine, desserts and magnificent films for the Opening Night Gala on Friday, April 13, but we will also have two special guests with us. The Dietrich’s film buyer from New York, Jeffrey Jacobs, will be with us to explain why he chose the films “The Kid With a Bike” and “The Women on the Sixth Floor” to launch opening night, and Dr. Philip Mosley will introduce the films. Coincidentally, Dr. Mosley has written a book about the directors of “The Kid With a Bike” called “The Cinema of Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne: Responsible Realism,” which will be released later this year. We still have a few tickets for opening night if you would like to join us for a night of food, film, and fun. Tickets are $35 each and can be purchased by calling 570.996.1500. The morning after the opening night gala Saturday, April 14 at 10:30 a.m., the Dietrich will be hosting a special, free event called “Meet the Film Buyer” with Jeffrey Jacobs. During this discussion Jeffrey will explain how the film business works followed by a Q & A session. Movies are so fascinating and I think it will be great to learn the ins and outs of the business from an expert. We hope to see you there. Jeffrey Jacobs is President of Jacobs Entertainment Inc, a film buying and marketing firm. He is the film buyer for the Dietrich Theater and a total of 50 screens across, Pennsylvania, New York, Virginia, Florida and as far west as Park City, Utah. He was the film buyer for two of New York City’s bestknown cinemas, the Angelika Film Center from 1989 until 1997 and the Paris Theatre from 1997 to 2009. As a filmmaker, he produced and directed a feature-length documentary, “A Sidewalk Astronomer” which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and has been widely seen on public television. The following Saturday, April 21 at 11 a.m., the Dietrich will be hosting a free Mid Festival Movie Discussion. This will give all of us a chance to discuss the meaning and significance of the some of the festival films with other who have seen them. Or if you haven’t seen a certain movie, it might help you decide whether you want to see it. Hildy Morgan and Bill Chapla, film buffs extraordinaire, will facilitate the discussion. There is no need to register. All you have to do is show up! The Dietrich will also be

Coffee House, State St., Shirley Eagan/Joan Matsui; Sonia’s Contemporary Clothing, State St., Leon Vieira; Paulette’s Pretty Purses, State St., TBD; Beta Bread, State St., William Freeman; Edward Jones, State St., Helmut Kunst; Cloe’s Gifts, State St., Marie Rudolfi; Everything Natural, State St., Trisha Janov Hahn; Monogram Muse, 105 Claremont Ave., Ann Marie Tini and Sole to Soul, 535 State St., Judy Rhue.

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lins who fakes his age in order to serve as a Union soldier during the Civil War. Info: 344-3841.

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Learn to read and sing Welsh, in preparation for the North American Festival of Wales to be held in Scranton, on Labor Day weekend 2012. Classes will take place the first and third Saturday of each month, 2 to 4 p.m. at the first Congregational Church, 500 Luzerne Ave, West Pittston. Cost: free. Info: email chhmww@hotmail.com or call 905.9074.

ABOVE: ’New Trees’ by Leon Vieira, who recently won second place in The Inn at Pocono Manor Art Contest, will be featured at Sonia’s Contemporary Clothing on State Street during Clarks Summit 2nd Friday Art Walk April 13 from 5 - 9 p.m.

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Bernard is a sea otter who lives in a zoo. He loves living there and best of all, he loves naptime, curling up with all the other sea otters, except for one little problem: Bernard snores, he snores loudly, and keeps all the otters awake, so he tries on his own to find a solution. His search for a different place in which to sleep is told in the picture book story, “Stop Snoring, Bernard,” written and illustrated by Pennsylvania author, Zachariah Ohora. The book had the distinction of being chosen as the featured book for this year’s Pennsylvania Early Literacy Initiative, “One Book, Every Young Child.” Mr. Ohora will be at the Abington Community Library on Thursday, April 26, at 10 a.m. to read the story aloud and do otter crafts with the children in attendance. Children will also receive free “Bernard the Otter” bookmarks, stickers, and activity booklets. Registration is now taking place at the library for this special program which is recommended for children of pre-school and kindergarten age. Call the library at 587.3440 to register. “The Story of Ireland: a History of the Irish People,” written by Neil Hegarty, is a new addition to the adult nonfiction collection at the library. The book reexamines Irish history, challenging the accepted stories and long-held myths associated with Ireland, beginning with the first settlement in 433 A. D. Hegarty presents a fresh perspective, examining how world events, including Europe’s 16th century religious wars, the French and American Revolutions, and Ireland’s policy of neutrality during World War II have shaped the country over the course of its long and fascinating history. In an up-to-date afterword, he details the present state of affairs in the country. A review in “Publisher’s Weekly” hails the book as a “finely researched and timely celebration of Ireland’s turbulent history and conservative people.” UPCOMING EVENTS Wednesday, April 11 AfterSchool Program 4 - 4:45 PM “Titanic: 1912” will be the theme as we take a look at books from the non-fiction collection and get together for an activity. Ages 5 – 10 Thursday, April 12 PA FORWARD DAY All day. Drop by to see our displays and get to know the 5 literacy building blocks PA libraries now stand upon. Cake cutting at 2:30PM! All ages Friday, April 13 “One Book” Presentation 10:30 - 11 AM A special Story Hour for preschoolers (age 2 - 5) presented by Cindy Reynolds to promote “Stop Snoring, Bernard” Friday, April 13 Spontaneous Debate 7 - 9 PM What’s your opinion on hot topics? Share it and persuade us! The Judges will have the final word. Or, just come and be a part of the audience. Grades 7 – 12 Saturday, April 14 Friends of the Abington Community Library Book Sale / Bake Sale 9 AM - 2 p.m. At the Clarks Summit United Methodist Church. Pick up some fresh baked goods provided by members of the Library Teen Leadership Committee. All ages The Abington Community Library is located at 1200 W. Grove St., Clarks Summit. Visit our website, www.lclshome.org/abington to register online for events or call the library at (570) 587.3440. Don’t have a library card? Register for one at http://www.lclshome.org/ libraryinfo/library_card_reg.asp.

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ike the crocus for some people, for me the Spring Festival marks the beginning of the season. Winter is over and it is the start of a new season of great movies. I love it.” This is how Dietrich Theater movie booker and executive director emeritus Hildy Morgan views the Dietrich’s Annual Spring Film Festival, which will begin April 13. The festival will be launched with an Opening Night Gala at 5:30 p.m. Dr. Philip Mosley of Penn State Hazleton will be on hand to introduce the evening’s films. Tickets to the Opening Night Gala are $35 each. Excluding the opening night gala, tickets to matinee showings (before 6 p.m.) are $8 each and evening show tickets are $9 each. For more information about the Dietrich’s Spring 2012 Film Festival, visit www.dietrichtheater.com or call the theater at 996.1500. Movie show times for the Spring 2012 Festival films are as follows: “Albert Nobbs” Starring: Glenn Close, Janet McTeer, Mia Wasikowska Rating: R Show times: April 14 at 12 p.m., April 21 at 4:15 p.m., April 26 at 12 p.m. “Chico and Rita” Starring: Limara Meneses, Eman Xor Ona, Mario Guerra Language: Spanish with subtitles. Rating: NR Show times:April 15 at 12 p.m., April 19 at 5:30 p.m. “Crazy Horse” Language: French with subtitles.Rating: NR Show times: April 17 at 4:30 p.m., April 21 at 9:15 p.m., April 25 at 1:45 p.m. “A Dangerous Method” Starring: Viggo Mortensen, Michael Fassbender, Keira Nightly Rating: R Show times: April 14 at 9:15 p.m., April 17 at 7:30 p.m., April 22 at 12 p.m., April 26 at 4:30 p.m. “The Iron Lady” Starring: Meryl Streep, Harry Lloyd, Jim Broadbent Rating: PG13 Showtimes: April 14 at 7 p.m., April 18 at 4:30 p.m.,

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April 21 at 2 p.m., April 22 at 7:15 p.m., April 26 at 7 p.m. “Jane’s Journey” Rating: NR Show times: April 14 at 2:30 p.m., April 22 at 2:15 p.m. “The Kid With a Bike” (Le gamin au velo) Starring: Cecile De France, Thomas Doret, Jeremie Renier Language: French with subtitles Rating: PG13 Show times: Opening Night Gala (reservation required for this show time)April 13 at 7 p.m., April 14 at 4:35 p.m., April 16 at 7:30 p.m., April 21 at 7 p.m., April 25 at 12 p.m. “Monsieur Lazhar “ Starring: Mohamed Fellag, Emilien Neron, Brigitte Poupart Language: French with subtitles Rating: PG13 Show times:April 18 at 2:40 p.m., April 24 at 7:30 p.m., “Norwegian Wood” Starring: Ken’ichi Matsuyama, Rinko Kikuchi, Kiko Mizuhara Language: Japanese with subtitles Rating: NR Show times: April 18 at 12 p.m., April 23 at 5 p.m. “Pina” Language: Multiple languages with subtitles Rating: PG Show times: April 15 at 5 p.m., April 20 at 9:30 p.m., April 25 at 4:30 p.m. “A Separation” (Jodaeiye Nader az Simin) Starring: Leila Hatami, Peyman Moadi, Shahab Hosseini Language: Farsi with subtitles Rating: R Show times: April 15 at 7 p.m., April 20 at 7 p.m., April 22 at 4:30 p.m., April 24 at 5 p.m. “We Need To Talk About Kevin” Starring: Tilda Swinton, John C. Reilly, Ezra Miller Rating: R Show times: April 15 at 2:30 p.m., April 19 at 7:30 p.m., April 26 at 2:15 p.m. “The Women on the Sixth Floor” Starring: Fabrice Luchini, Sandrine Kiberlain, Natalia Verbeke Language: French and Spanish with subtitles Rating: NR

Show times: Opening Night Gala (reservation required for this show time)-April 13 at 10 p.m., April 18 at 7 p.m., April 21 at 12 p.m., April 25 at 7 p.m. “Young Goethe in Love” Starring: Alexander Fehling, Henry Heubchen, Mortiz Bleibteu Language: German with subtitles Rating: NR Show times: April 16 at 5:30 p.m., April 20 at 4:30 p.m., April 23 at 7:40 p.m.

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Rogler, now executive director, said the theatre is “almost completely back to its former glory,” maybe even looking better than before the flooding. She said the only thing they are still working on is funding for new heating and air conditioning, but the rest of the work is complete, thanks to the community volunteers, in time for the Spring Film Festival. “It’s an exciting time of year for us,” Rogler said. The festival will begin with an Opening Night Gala April 13 at 5:30 p.m., and will include a wide variety of films, the majority of which are in foreign languages with English subtitles. Morgan said she feels the foreign films help introduce people to other countries and cultures they would never be able to visit otherwise. “I think it’s always important with the festival,” she said, “to bring the world to our small town.”

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‘A Separation’ (Jodaeiye Nader az Simin)

‘The Iron Lady’

‘Young Goethe in Love’ ‘A Dangerous Method’

‘The Kid With a Bike’ (Le gamin au velo)

starting off a new session of Kundalini Yoga Saturday, April 14 from 10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. During this six-week class, attendees will experience the gifts that Kundalini yoga has to offer as they explore breath, movement and mantra leading you into a deep connection with their own truths. According to instructor Barbara Tierney, Kundalini yoga is challenging to everyone yet can be done by everyone. Admission is $60 for a series of six consecutive Saturday classes or students can drop in at $15 per class. Students are asked to bring a yoga mat and blanket. Call the Dietrich at 570-996-1500 for more information or to register. As you can see, the Dietrich is so much more than the movies.

‘Chico and Rita’

’Albert Nobbs’

‘Crazy Horse’

Bill Carter, Presbybop Quartet support CD Bill Carter and the Presbybop Quartet will present a free concert in Clarks Summit to perform its unique style of jazz at 4 p.m. April 22. The concert will take place at First Presbyterian Church, 300 School Street, Clarks Summit. The concert is in support of the Quartet’s eighth CD release

Bandleader Bill Carter

“Interior Window.” “Interior Window” features a collection of classy melodies, soothing sounds, mellow tunes and upbeat jazzy numbers that invite contemplation and energize the soul. “This is what the band is all about,” said bandleader Bill Carter. The Presbybop Quartet specializes in “sacred jazz” that draws upon the music of faith and swings with the energy and passion of jazz. It is a unique combination of deep spirituality and world-class musicianship. The concert is free to the public. For more information, contact the church at 570. 586.6306 or visit www.fpccs.org.

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form the music. It’s the interaction of the two art forms: live music and live dancing. Putting those two together is fun and artistically rewarding. It’s something that doesn’t occur a lot anymore except maybe in New York or large cities.” The members of the apprentice group will perform “Les Patineurs,” a series of dances reflecting incidents that occurred at a skating pond a long time ago. The children’s ballet, “Alice Meets the Queen,” is a segment taken from the full production of Alice, “so that we get a little snippet of Alice and her sister reading,” said Gaus. “She falls asleep and in comes the White Rabbit. They take that into the queen’s garden, which is really a lot of minuets… It’s funny,” said Gaus. The White Rabbit will be performed by Tamane Takehara, Clarks Summit. Twelve-year-old Cara Mia Manasek, 12, of Clarks Summit, began her dance lessons at age five, and is one of the dancers to simulate ice skating in the performance. She said, “I like the turns. They are fun and exciting to watch and do.” Jackie Dende, also an ice skater, will appear on stage in a bright blue costume with a “really pretty” sash to go with it. “What I like about this particular performance is that it gets you ready for the spring season. It’s really what everyone pictures ballet to be – pink and flowing. I love how we have the bright costumes. It’s really exciting.” Costumes for “In Concert,” are handmade by Helen Kasarda with alterations by seamstress, Nancy Hudanich. “We have beautiful Spanish costumes in antique gold for the Spanish dances, and naturally, for “Stars and Stripes,” we have red, white and blue (colors). For Les Patineurs, we have costumes trimmed with fur. Absolutely beautiful…,” said Gaus. Tickets are $14 and are available at Scranton Civic Ballet Company and at the door. Performances begin at 2 p.m. For more information, call 570.343.0115.

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Jaya Yoga, 320 South State Street, owned by Hilary Steinberg, hosted a one-year anniversary celebration open house April 1. Participants of all ages joined in various free classes throughout the morning and into the afternoon. Food was served by The Anthill Farm Kitchen.

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Some of the Little Warriors and Jaya’s instructors help Hilary Steinberg cut the cake at the Tea Bar during Jaya Yoga’s one year anniversary celebration April 1. Front, from left: Camila Fontini, Sophia Policare, Isabel Barcia and Hilary Steinberg. Back: Jenny Magstro, Jessica Pugliese, Talia Walsh, Patti Vanston, Michelle Repsher, Katie McElhenny, Patti Tench, Lauren Valle and Melissa Russo.

“Benton Road Tunnel South Side” pastel by Joanne Benson

Glenburn to host art show The Pennsylvania En Plein Air Society (PEPS) will be hosting an art show at the Glenburn Township Building located at 54 Waterford Road, Dalton from April through June. The show will benefit Physical Activity Intervention - Surviving Beyond Cancer (PAISBC). This

organization was founded by former Olympian and Waverly resident Abby Peck. A “meet the artists” opening reception will be held at the Township April 15 from 3-5 p.m. with Abby Peck as guest speaker. Call 570.954.1489 for information.

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After School Fitness Program, Wednesdays, 3:30 to 4:30 p.m., ages 1014, at the Newton Recreational Center. Cost: $70 for six weeks. Info: 587.5791. “Yoga for You,” Dietrich Theater 60 E. Tioga St.

Tunkhannock, Wednesdays 10 to 11 a.m. Yoga Instructor: Melissa Russo. This class will teach or reinforce the basic yoga poses (asanas) which gently stretch and strengthen the body. Attention will be given to breathing and alignment in postures. Bring a mat or beach towel. Cost: $10 per class. Info: 996.1500 or visit www.dietrichtheater.com.

Eric Carle’s art inspires mural creation

From left are those who worked on creating the Tropical Mural based on the art of Eric Carle: Rebecca Darling; Shannon Baransky; Janet Geeza, Program Coordinator at the Dalton Library; Samantha Morgan, Lili Martin, Penn Wu, Celeste Cali, Lackawanna Trail Elementary School Librarian; and Vicki Vanfleet, Keystone College student observer and assistant. Absent from the photo is Sarah Darling who also participated in the classes.

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Recent sessions for the Kreative Kids at the Dalton Library on Mondays focused on the art technique utilized by Eric Carle in his children’s books. Animals are created based on shapes using non-traditional colors for the wild beasts. The shapes are cut out of tissue paper and then a solution of Elmer’s Glue watered down is used to adhere the tissue to cover stock. The overlapping of colored tissue makes for

a variety of brilliant colors. During the first of three sessions, the students made greeting cards to learn the process of creating the animals. The students then selected a tropical theme for their mural and created animals to be a part of the theme during the second session. Finally, the students created the background for their mural using the tissue paper with glue technique and added the animals they had made.

They were amazed at the results. Visitors to the Dalton Library can see the mural, which is displayed along with photographs of the process. In addition, a photo collage of the participants’ efforts was created and sent to author/illustrator Eric Carle, along with an article about the project. This was sent to thank him for the influence and inspiration he had on the project.

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First-year coach making strides For the first time as members of the competitive Commonwealth Conference, Arcadia University Ken Baseball swept Spangenberg through a three-game series by knocking off host Lebanon Valley College March 31 in the series doubleheader with a pair of 4-3 wins. “It’s only fitting after yesterday’s outcome that we come out with the same expectations today,” said first-year head coach and Arcadia alum, Ken Spangenberg, Class of 2008. The Clarks Summit native added, “I attribute our success in the clutch this season to our pre-season work ethic and the dedication the guys gave to improving their individual skills in the off-season. And we worked hard at the onset of the pre-season, so in pressure situations, the guys have the confidence to come through.” Following a finish in the series opener back in Philadelphia Friday afternoon, winning it in the bottom of the ninth (6-5) on a walk-off walk, the Knights grabbed the bull by the horns on Saturday’s opening tilt and never trailed. The opening game win matched the Knights’ highest number of victories since the 2009-10 season when team finished 9-29 overall. The victory also marks the team’s first conference win in Annville, (at Lebanon Valley College), and the first time the Knights have won a series in Commonwealth play since they joined the league for the 2009 season. The Dutchmen erased the Knights’ 1-0 lead in the nightcap with a three-run sixth but Kyle Jackson ’12, Nick Petroski ’12 and Mike McElhatton ’12 each delivered run-scoring singles to put the Knights’ back on top where they held on for their tenth win of the season- their highest number of wins since the 2007-08 campaign (17-21 overall). With the series sweep, Arcadia in Glenside maintains a stronghold on the conference’s third slot. The Knights have yet to face fourth-place Albright, fifth-place Widener and last place Messiah as they look to make the push for a See Coach, Page 14

Junior Comets to hold signups

Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission Waterways Conservation Officer, Walter A. Buckman, and Terri Way, Montrose, lends a hand to Jayson Way, 2, as he empties a bucket of trout into Lackawanna Lake at Lackawanna State Park on April 3.

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here, where there are a lot of kids, I like letting the kids have a bucket to be able to put Approximately 6,000 the fish in with the bucket. rainbow and brook trout were The adults like to see the fish, released in Lackawanna Lake too…I think people know at Lackawanna State Park over the course of time - I’ve April 3 as part of the annual been here15 years - that we stocking program by the like to do a lot for kids.” Pennsylvania Fish & Boat He added, “It (Lackawanna Commission. The opening Lake) is actually one of the day for trout season statewide best lakes in the state. It has a is April14. in the lake. Pennsylvania Fish tremendous bass population Lackawanna Lake was stocked by the quick release & Boat Commission North- – very large bass – it has a east Region Waterways Con- Muskie population, a really method and also by buckets great Black Crappie popservation Officer, Walter A. and netting to give children ulation, Bluegill, and trout.” an opportunity to release fish Buckman said, “Especially BY JOAN MEAD-MATSUI Abington Journal Correspondent

The Abington Junior Comets will hold football and cheerleading signups April 18 from 6-8 p.m. and April 21 from 10 a.m.noon at the Abington Heights High School Field House located at the end of Beynon Street at the far end of the high school. Age Requirements: C Team - minimum age - 7 years old by August 31(football); Aug 31 (cheerleading) maximum age-10 years old if born on or after May 1(football); Aug 31(cheerleading) B Team- minimum age 10 years old if born before May 1(football); Aug 31(cheerleading) maximum age-12 years old if born on or after May 1(football); Aug 31(cheerleading) A Team -minimum age -12 years old if born before May 1 (football); Aug 31(cheerleading) maximum age-14 years old if born on or after Feb 1(football); Aug 31(cheerleading) Practice begins the week of July 16. Practices will be held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday until the first game. After the first game, practices will be Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Those who have not played or cheered for Junior Comets in the past should bring a COPY of the child’s birth certificate and a recent photo. These will not be returned. Save time by downloading registration forms at www.abingtonjuniorcomets.com and bring filled out forms to sign-ups. Cost is either $60 with participation in the Big 4 cost deferment program or, as an option, a flat $135 rate. Additional family member participants are $60 each. For more information, contact Diane Colombo at 702.6353.

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Trout were recently stocked at Lackawanna Lake.

Facility offers golfers year round outlet

Clarks Summit is set to hold a grand opening for Golf 365 April 14 from 10 a.m. - noon at Thanks to a new indoor golf 234 Trap Plaza, Scranton facility, local golfers now have Carbondale Highway, Eynon. a place to hone their skills no During that time, guests will have the opportunity to commatter the time of year or pete in closest to the pin and weather conditions. Owner/ long drive contests to win operator Billy Arthur of BY ROBERT TOMKAVAGE

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Participants are: front, Laura Evans; middle, Dan Demora, Jeff Marx and Keith Youtz. Back, Mike Bluhm. Absent from photo is Steve Beckish.

LT faculty members to run Six faculty members from Lackawanna Trail High School will participate in St. Luke’s Half Marathon April 28 in Allentown to help raise money for St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital in Allentown.

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These teachers will be among 4,000 runners who have signed up to take part in this event. They will be running 13 miles through Allentown’s park system. There will also be 13 bands performing along the route.

Clarks Summit resident Billy Arthur plans a grand opening for Golf 365 April 14.

passes to local golf courses. There will also be a 50/50 raffle, as well as discounts and bundle packages offered for practice time. Music and refreshments will also be provided. Golf 365 features two state of the art Full Swing simulators, “the world-wide leader in golf simulation.” These simulators allow golfers to hit the ball from different angles, lies and locations, as well as to play on some of the world’s best golf courses such as Pebble Beach. Each simulator is a compact depth enclosure box that proSee GOLF 365, Page 14

Five District 2 players, including two from Abington Heights, have been selected to the Pennsylvania Top High School Football Prospects “Hot 50” List for the “Class of 2014.” The list is compiled by the Pennsylvania Scholastic Football Coaches Association (PSFCA) in conjunction with the Big 33 Football Classic. As a selection to the “Hot 50,” each player and his family will be invited to the Big 33 Football Classic June 16. The District 2 Players who were selected from the Lackawanna Football Conference are: Ben Rarrick Sophomore OL/DL, 6’2”, 260 lbs. Abington Heights High School JC Show Sophomore WR/DB, 6’2”, 190 lbs. Abington Heights High School Luke Ritter Sophomore OL/DL, 6’7”, 275lbs. Delaware Valley High School Noah Beh Sophomore OL/DE, 6’5”, 235 lbs. Scranton Prep Tyler Armillay Sophomore OL/DL, 6’0”, 255 lbs. Riverside High School


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vides safety netting and padded walls. They also include a patented infrared tracking system, a High Definition (HD) projector with a LCD touch screen computer system, an interactive practice facility (driving range), and a quiet seamless projector screen. They are equipped with technology and data to help analyze each golfer’s swing as well as measure your ball speed, distance (carry and roll out), and much more. “It will provide a location for golfers of any skill level or age to practice year round, rain or shine, day or night in a controlled environment,” Arthur said. This technology gives each golfer immediate feedback on their performance which can be utilized for game improvement and/or entertainment. “Our equipment is one of the best on the market and will track every part of your game,” Arthur said. “The number one thing is accuracy. It’s a top notch guide for game improvement.” Arthur thinks golfers will enjoy the comfortable, controlled atmosphere of the facility. “It has a country club-like setting with stone and natural wood walls,” he said. In addition to being a training facility, Golf 365 hosts social gatherings such as birthday parties and will serve as a location for corporate meetings. The facility also offers tournaments, leagues, and youth programs. Arthur, who was a school teacher for eight years, was furloughed in 2011 due to budget cuts. “I’m a very active person,” he said. “I love the game of golf and living in Northeast Pennsylvania, the golf season is relatively short. I did some research and found that the area needed an indoor facility to help extend the golf season.” PGA Certified Instructor Joe Acla will offer individual or group instruction. For more details, contact Golf 365 at 570.521.4040.

Jason Subasic delivers a pitch for Abington Heights.

Gilbert Law wins AYBL title

Comets fall to Spartans

Gilbert Law finished its season by winning 1st place in the 4th and 5th grade Abington Youth Basketball league. Shown, from left: Abby Negvesky, Grace Okrepkie, Mary Bormes, Emma Tully, Hannah Gilbert, Coach Ken Okrepkie and Lauren Berry. Not pictured Karsan Diel.

Wyoming Valley West defeated Abington Heights, ABINGTON JOURNAL/STEPHANIE WALKOWSKI 9-1, in a non-league game on Saturday, April 7. Dante Pasqualichio had two hits for Abington Heights

Site 2 finishes second Finishing second in the 4th and 5th grade division of the Abington Youth Basketball league is the team sponsored by Site 2. Shown, front left: Grace Gonzalez, Carley Kerekes. Back row, from left: Coach Marc Gonzalez, Lauren Palmitter, Katherine Dzwonczyk, Morghan Stiles and assistant coach Lia Palmitter.

Abington Heights’ center fielder Neil Hawk slides into second base.

Community Box Scores Stitcher’s Bowling League Week 30 Mid Valley Printing leads with 32 wins, Hooters follow close behind with 30, 3rd place goes to the Greg Wall Golf School 27. Greg Wall Golf, Hooters and Mid Valley won all 4 games. High games were Trish Capwell 192, and Laurie

Callahan 180. Greg Wall Golf School won high team game series and scratch series 2242. Alley Cats Bowling League - Scores from 4/3/12 Team Standings: Wildcats-38.5, Manx-36, Calicos-36, Siamese-32.5, Tigers-26, Bobcats-26, Lynx-25, Ghost-4. High Individual

‘Because We Care Day’ recognizes Vets Game: Maxine Gilligan-188, Anna Aten-180, Bette Connell-178. High Individual Series: Anna Aten-481, Pat Chipak-466, Bette Connell-451. High Team Game: Bobcats-692, Wildcats-685, Siamese-672. High Team Series: Bobcats-2038, Calicos-1977, Siamese-1949.

AMVETS volunteers are out at VA medical facilities and Veteran Homes across the country to recognize and support sick and hospitalized veterans for “Because We Care Day.” “Because We Care Day,” which was April 4, is a tradition , where volunteers visit with veterans at health care facilities

and distribute personal hygiene kits. AMVETS Post #59 Hanover Township & AMVETS Post #189 Greater Pittston will conduct their annual AMVETS ceremony at the Gino Merli Veterans Home, Scranton General Purpose Room, April 11, at 2:45 p.m.

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The Double “R” Twirlettes will hold their annual twirl-a-thon to benefit St. Joseph’s Center April 14 from noon-2 p.m. at the Viewmont Mall. Students from the group’s Waverly, Scranton and Throop locations will perform at the event. The Twirlettes are under the direction of Kathleen Y. Mercatili. Kneeling from left Audrey Keller, Jordan Gioupis, Lindsey Kausmeyer. Standing: Alexandra Taffera

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spot in the league championship tournament come early May. Arcadia University Baseball needed extra innings on Tuesday, April 3 at host Delaware Valley College but used two consecutive wild pitches dealt by the Aggies’ staff, to get a two-out, go-ahead run in the top of the 11th before turning a 4-6-3 double play on their hosts to win the non-conference game 6-5 and extend their win streak to four. Spangenberg is returning to Glenside after serving as a two-year assistant baseball coach and recruiting coordinator at Edgewood College, Madison, Wi. From 2009 to 2011, Spangenberg led an offense that broke 16 school records and, after being selected to finish 6th at the start of preseason, the Eagles claimed their first Northern Athletics Conference Championship. Prior to joining the Edgewood coaching staff Spangenberg served as an assistant coach at Keystone College, LaPlume, for the 2008-2009 season, where he worked with the infielders, hitters, and assisted with recruiting. The Giants captured the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) Championship coming one game away from the Division III College World Series while sporting a final record of 40-6. The team was also ranked as high as fourth in the country that season. Through his time spent at Keystone and Edgewood combined, Spangenberg recruited and coached four players drafted into the Major League Baseball system, including two who signed professional contracts.


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TOYOTA ‘04 CELICA GT

112K miles. Blue, 5 speed. Air, power windows/locks, CD/cassette, Keyless entry, sunroof, new battery. Car drives and has current PA inspection. Slight rust on corner of passenger door. Clutch slips on hard acceleration. This is why its thousands less than Blue Book value. $6,500 OBO. Make an offer! Call 570-592-1629

DESOTO CUSTOM ‘49 4 DOOR SEDAN

3 on the tree with fluid drive. This All American Classic Icon runs like a top at 55MPH. Kin to Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, Imperial Desoto, built in the American Midwest, after WWII, in a plant that once produced B29 Bombers. In it’s original antiquity condition, with original shop & parts manuals, she’s beautifully detailed and ready for auction in Sin City. Spent her entire life in Arizona and New Mexico, never saw a day of rain or rust. Only $19,995. To test drive, by appointment only, Contact Tony at 570-899-2121 or penntech84th@ gmail.com

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CANNON Uni-Troll Downriggers (2)   like new condition, used 2 seasons & nbsp; 8 lb balls included. No bases $275. 570-262-0716

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Commercial Trucks & Equipment

CHEVY ‘08 3500 HD DUMP TRUCK 2WD, automatic.

Only 12,000 miles. Vehicle in like new condition. $19,000. 570-288-4322

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Motorcycles

BMW ‘07 K1200 GT Low mileage. Many extras. Clean. $9,000 (570) 646-2645

MERCURY `79 ZEPHYR

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SUZUKI 2001 VS 800 GL INTRUDER Garage kept, no rust, lots of chrome, black with teal green flake. Includes storage jack & 2 helmets. 570-410-1026

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GMC `05 SAVANA 1500 Cargo Van.

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AWD. Third row seating. Economical 6 cylinder automatic. Fully loaded with all available options. 93k pampered miles. Garage kept. Safety / emissions inspected and ready to go. Sale priced at $7595. Trade-ins accepted. Tag & title processing available with purchase. Call Fran for an appointment to see this outstanding SUV. 570-466-2771 Scranton

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CHEVY ‘99utility, BLAZER4 Sport

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MERCEDES-BENZ `73 SPORTSTER CUSTOM Loud pipes. 450SL with Near Mint Convertible

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OUTLANDER SPORT SE AWD, Black interi-

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FORD `10 F150 BLACK KING RANCH

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Abington Heights School District is seeking

DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL EDUCATION The successful candidate will oversee all aspects of the district’s special education program. Supervisory or administrative certification is required. Applicants are requested to respond by May 10, 2012. Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume and all supporting materials to: Abington Heights School District Michael Mahon, Superintendent 200 East Grove St. Clarks Summit, PA 18411

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Drivers: CDL-A SOLOS & TEAMS. NEED MORE MILES? We’ve got them! Top Pay for experience! MORE PAY w/ Hazmat! 800-942-2104 Ext. 7307 or 7308 www.TotalMS.com ATTN FLATBED DRIVERS- $1000 SIGN ON BONUS. *Great Hometime *Excellent benefits + bonuses *Up to 47 CPM *2500 miles weekly *$50 tarp pay (888) 691-5705 Transfer Drivers, NEED (20) CDL Class A or B For OTR. Relocate Tractors, Tractor-Trailers, Trucks, Buses Throughout US. No Freight & No Force Dispatch. Call 888380-7583

548 Medical/Health

BIOMEDICAL

EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN

Full time. We have an excellent opportunity for a highly motivated, experienced BMET for Biomed Lab & Field Service. Candidate should have an AS degree or equivalent experience, and possess strong communication skills. We offer a competitive compensation package & a co-operative stable work environment. Please send resume to: c/o Times Leader Box 3065 15 N. Main Street Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711-0250

HEALTHCARE IT RECRUITER

The Huntzinger Management Group, Inc. is a national advisory & managed services consulting firm seeking an experienced Healthcare IT Recruiter with the ability to meet business hiring targets in a timely fashion. Qualified candidate will provide innovative solutions for hard to fill requirements and must have the ability to develop and maintain relationships within the industry while staying current with best practices. Five years in healthcare recruiting required. Competitive base salary plus incentive compensation. Apply to:

hcitrecruiter@aol.com or call 570-824-4721

554

Production/ Operations

H.C.S.C. Industrial Laundry

2nd Shift Positions Available 1 year, 18 months & 2 year increases. Production Hours: 4:30p.m.-12:30a.m. Overtime Required. Excellent Benefit Package. $50.00 Monthly Attendance Bonus. Pre-placement drug screen required. H.C.S.C. LAUNDRY (BESIDE THE ARMORY) REAR 310 MARKET ST. KINGSTON, PA 18704 NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!! E.O.E.

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Located at Wyoming Valley Mall must sell. $125,000 negotiable. Ask for Rob 570-693-3323

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Arts/Crafts/ Hobbies

BABY BLANKETS Handmade crocheted or lap blankets. $15. each. Handmade crocheted scarves $6. each or 2 for $10. 570-417-2555 PAINTBALLS 3000!! Custom 98 tippman, cleaning kit, belt. $100. 570-430-9231

708

Antiques & Collectibles

COINS. Washington quarters ‘32-’34D, ‘35, ‘36, ‘36D-37. $70. 570-287-4135 ENESO Cherrished Teddies collectibles for sale too many to list, all items: $100. 570-283-5064

Line up a place to live in classified! 710

Appliances

BEER FRIDGE unique; old single door GE; drilled and tapped; with tank & lines $85. 570-696-9024

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the price is always right

630 Money To Loan GOVERNMENT INSURED LOANS! Residential remodeling. Many programs require no equity, bad credit often O.K. Consolidate, extra $ in your pocket. www.TRISTATECREATIONS.C OM 1-888-9908886

DISHWASHER 24”

OUR FEATURED INVENTORY

white, 2 years old $150. obo.

‘03 Mitsubishi Montero Sport XLS

Broan, white $50. obo. 570-574-3899

‘00 Honda CRV 131K Miles 4 Cyl., AWD, 5 Spd, Pwr Win/Locks

5,395*

$

‘01 Subaru Legacy Wagon

98K Miles 3.5L V6, Auto, Alloy Wheels, Moonroof, Air

7,495*

$

‘01 Ford Taurus

92K Miles 4 Cyl., AWD, Auto, Power, Air

5,495

$

CALL TODAY!

*

‘03 Hyundai Tiburon 79K Miles Auto, Sport, Pwr Windows, CD, Air

4,995*

$

‘03 Chevy 3500 State Body

69K Miles Low Miles, 6 Cyl., Auto, Air, Power, Cruise

4,795

$

*

110K Miles 6.0 Liter, 4x4, Auto, Air, Workhorse

8,995

$

*

(570)-963-9955 MERT’S AUTO SALES

749 N. Keyser Ave, Scranton, PA 18504 • Ask for T. Mert Reese

RANGE HOOD 30”

FOOD PROCESSOR B & D, glass blender jar $20. Cooks Essential fryer, 1 qt. stainless steel $5. Hamilton beach toaster oven $12. 570-696-9086 RANGE 40” Tappan electric, white, excellent condition. Cost over $1200 new sell for $350. 570-474-0974 RANGE: Kenmore countertop electric, stainless steel, 4 burner with center grill. Good condition. $125.570-675-0248 REFRIGERATOR Frigidaire Elite 22 cu. in. side by side, excellent $75. 570-825-8256

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Appliances

GENE’S RECONDITIONED APPLIANCES 60 Day Warranty Monday-Friday 8:00PM-5:00PM Saturday 8:00AM-11:00AM Gateway Shopping Center Kingston, PA

744

Furniture & Accessories

744

Furniture & Accessories

BEDROOM SET: Light wood, Bed, chest, dresser & 2 night stands. $325 570-826-1743

COFFEE TABLE & 2 end tables, light oak, excellent condition $50. 570-696-4494

LAMPS (2) parlor stand up, grey metal & black. $20 each. 570-740-1246

SOFA Berkline, double reclining, excellent condition $225. 570-655-1508

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Production/ Operations

Production/ Operations

Furniture & Accessories

ENTERTAINMENT CENTER, 68hx50w, white with glass doors on top only, tv opening $50. 570-675-2879

Say it HERE in the Classifieds! 570-829-7130

554

Production/ Operations

744

WASHER, metal, oversized heavy duty, 15 cycle $75. 570-909-7621

712

Baby Items

ENTERTAINMENT CENTER, oak 6 piece, lighted shelves, tv cabinet with doors, excellent condition. $500. 570-696-2212

FURNISH FOR LESS

714

Bridal Items

WEDDING GOWN, new, never worn, never altered. Size 12. Ivory, A line with cathedral train. Beading and sequins on front top, extending around back down to train. fabric covered button, zip closure. A MUST SEE! Asking $950. 570-417-5071

716

DOOR antique round top oak door, leaded glass window 77 1/2x30x1 3/4” solid brass hinges & knob some work needed $250. 570-824-6278

726

Tri-axle Drivers Paving Foreman Operators General Superintendent And More! We offer competitive wages and one of the best benefit packages in the State. To apply, go to our website at GOHCAREERS.COM or visit your local CareerLink office.

Clothing

CLOTHING men’s size L & XL, camouflaged coat plus 15 other items, sweatshirts, sweatpants & shirts $20. WOMEN’S size L 10 tops, 1 skirt $20. Size medium 8 tops $10. 570-474-6028

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It’s Spring

Cleaning Time

701 S. State St. C larks Sum m it Q uality P reow ned C ars & Trucks Sales, Service & Selection

To place your ad call...829-7130 750

ver, diamonds, platinum, watches. Also buying scrap jewelry. Cash on the spot!!!!! We make house calls. 328-3428, 855-7197 or visit us 134 Route 11 Larksville, Pa

M on.-Thurs.8-8 Fri.8-5,Sat.9-3

W e Specialize In R oad P aint R em oval

752 Landscaping & Gardening

Please com e in and check our selection of clean cars and trucks. A sk for D on H opkins & Jerry Sovoica

C lean & W ax Special

B uff,W ax & C lean

Includes:Thorough W ash, H and W ax,C lean W indow s, V acuum & D etailTires

Includes:C lean & W ax Specialw ith H igh Speed Buffing

*SU V ’s,Trucks,V ans are Extra.

*SU V ’s,Trucks,V ans are Extra.

FOUNTAIN Little girl & boy fountain, & pump. Tan, 38” H. Excellent condition, $75. 570-477-2604

C om plete A uto R econditioning

LAWNMOWER John Deere LA110, automatic 3 years old. Excellent condition. Selling for $950. 570-823-3267

5975* $8975* $12975*

$

DRESS ladies pullover sweater dress, blue sequins size 10 $25. Men’s orange hunting coat, XL, like new $35. Men’s heavy knot wool sweater, 3 colors, Xl, like new $25. Ladies fur coat size 10-12 $100. 570-574-9518

Includes:,D ebug,Thorough W ash including,Engine U ltra H igh Speed Buff,Intensive Sham poo,H and W ax,C lean W indow s,D etailTires & V acuum Trunk

MOWER Simplicity Cornet, 13 HP riding mower with 30” deck, front weight, & twin bagger. Excellent condition. $550.570-675-4777

*SU V ’s,Trucks,V ans are Extra.

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PRESTIGE ONE AUTO Call Dan Lane @ ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS

Inspected with a warranty only ASE certified mechanics!!! CAR FAX History Report!!! clearly priced below Kelly Blue Book!!! pictured and priced online @ www.prestigeone auto.com!!! quality Pre-Loved Automobiles from $4,000 to $240,000 a Wide Selection if I don’t have it I’ll GO GET IT!!!

$27,999* 08 INFINITY G35X AWD

TOTAL GYM XLS $200. 570-825-0905

Exercise Equipment

STEPPER Nordic Trac, portable $10. Leg magic $5. Manual folding treadmill $20. 570-696-9086

742

Furnaces & Heaters

COAL 3 ton of buck coal & 12 ash cans for $300. 655-0429 HEATER, electric, portable, $15. 2 hoover vacuums $25 for 1 or both for $40, 12” TV color good working condition $25. 570-825-5847

744

Furniture & Accessories

ANTIQUE hutch breakfront china cabinet, traditional oak finish, $125. Bedroom furniture set, 2 dressers 1 with mirror, queen bed frame, side rails, head & footboard, nightstand, cherry finish $275. All good condition. 570-430-4054 BEDROOM SET queen 2 nightstands, dresser with mirror, dresser, headboard & footboard, excellant condition asking $400. 570-826-1119 RECLINER beige, good condition $30. 570-736-6239

09 MERC BENZ C300 AWD

$28,999* 2010 LEXUS RX 350 AWD

$34,908*

*Tax, tags & license fees not included.

1553 Main Street, Peckville, PA 18452

Tom Driebe Auto Sales 9 S. Keyser Ave - Taylor, PA 18517 “Where Taylor Meets Old Forge”

(570) 350-4541

05 CHEVROLET TAHOE

02 DODGE 1500 CONVERSION

Now!! .. $16,745

Only!! .. $6,375

AWD, Moonroof, Full Equipt LIKE BRAND NEW!!

V8, Auto, Air, TV See the US in this Beauty!!

00 BUICK LE SABRE

FWD, V6, Auto, Air, 1 Owner - Local Trade.

Special!! .. $4,675

00 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX GT

V6, Auto, Air, Sunroof, Leather, Alloys, Local Trade

Only!! .. $5,475

02 DODGE DURANGO

V8, Auto, Air, 4WD, 3rd Row Seating, Weston Push Bar.. Like New!!

Visit Us Online @ www.TomDriebeAutoSales.com

WEIGHT lifting bench with 220 lbs. of weights, 2 dumb bells, 2 long bars. $80. 570-693-2818

$24,999*

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WE BUY VEHICLES!

570-489-0000

07 MERC BENZ CLK 550 CONV

FOX STOLE head, legs tail $15. 570-909-7621 SHOULDER BAG Ugg Australia Knit purple, new with tags $135. 570-704-9034

Jewelry

JACK IS PAYING TOP DOLLAR !!!!! for gold and sil-

586-7177 or 963-9988

A lso available: P aintless Dent R em oval

Mattress Queen P-Top Set New in Plastic Can Deliver $150 570-280-9628

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COAT

KENNETH COLE Beige, size 6, hardly worn. $75. 570-855-5385

HUTCH 1970s solid walnut hutch. 6’h x4’w, glass doors, excellent condition. $300. Solid walnut bookcase, 5’hx3’w $75. 570-881-5809.

GOH is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Females and Minorities are encouraged to apply.

Building Materials

CABINETS Omni Merillat 24 linear feet of laminated cabinets with laminated countertops. Includes sink in island. Good condition. Almond color with oak trim. $1,000 OBO. 570-696-1999.

* NELSON * * FURNITURE * * WAREHOUSE * Recliners from $299 Lift Chairs from $699 New and Used Living Room Dinettes, Bedroom 210 Division St Kingston Call 570-288-3607

Glenn O. Hawbaker, a leading Heavy Construction Services and Products company, is looking to fill the following positions at our Greens Landing Facility located in Milan, PA.

CRADLE SWING baby girl purple F. P. Paid $169. Asking $70. Hardly used. Mark @ 570-3013484 or Allison @ 631-6635. TODDLER BEDS boys Cars bed $30. Girls white metal toddler bed $30. Thomas the tank table, trains,tracks & accessories $125. All excellent condition. 570-417-2555.

Furniture & Accessories

DINING SET rattan 48” glass table top 4 chairs, removable cushions on coasters $375. Dining set 40x60” glass table with bevel edge 4 chairs, upholstered arm, neutral beige $375. Space Saver rattan table 24x42 $275. 570.474.0514

(570) 819-1966

COMMUNION SUIT black, size 14 like new $35. White Roman shade 23” w new $15. F.P. travel tender crib $25. Children’s pool $20. Thomas organ, needs tuning $375. 570-654-4113

Family Owned & Operated for Over 35 Years

744

Reduced!! .. $6,475

00 FORD TAURUS

V6, Auto, Air, FWD, Inspected, Extra Nice!

Only!! .. $3,875

98 FORD F150

Style Side XL, V6 Auto, Air, Alloys, Only 88K, Like New

Sale!! .. $4,975

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758 Miscellaneous BEDLINER: 89 Chevy S10 truck bedliner, standard 6’ cab $15. Gong Show movie DVD $10. 5 storm windows $10. each. New 6 or 12 volt battery charger $25 V6 HEI distributor cap from ‘80 Monte Carlo, very good $15. 570-740-1246 BEDROOM SET - 5 piece, cream color with wood tops. $125 or obo. Wood storage bench with pillow top. $75. Oak topped pedestal table. $50. Computer desk, dark oak $150. 570-474-2375 CABINET 4 cabinet sliding shelves, brand name, Saranac, brand new. $40. 788-1571

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DEHUMIDIFIERS 2, ENERGY STAR 75 pint capacity/24 hours $65. 40 pint capacity/24 hours $50. SEWING MACHONE Singer in cabinet, 18 discs for various stitches plus buttonholder $50. 570-474-6028 ENGINE BLOCK ‘65 Corvette with pisttons & cam shaft, casting number 3858180, very good condition $475. 570-430-4054 LAWNMOWERS Craftsman selfpropelled, no bag, $125 firm. Craftsman lawnmower with bag not selfpropelled runs good $100. Murray 6hp side discharge not selfpropelled runs good $75. 655-3197 LUGGAGE SET 3 piece, black & gray tweed, like new $30. 570-824-6278 PAMPERS women’s 3 packs, $20. 12 count $20. 4 packs bed pads 10 count $20. All for $35. 570-824-6278 PICTURES & paintings of old Pittston town scenes. Various sizes. $5 & $10 prices. Call Jim at 570-655-9474 TAILGATE EXTENDER 48” wide stainless steel good condition $75 firm. 570-655-3197

758 Miscellaneous TV STAND 40”lx 22”wx25”tall, 2 multi shelf, cabinets below with glass doors $25. Flea market items records, cassettes, cds, electronics, tables, chairs & much more. $75. 570-909-7621 WHEEL & TIRE SET (4) Ford Windstar factory 5 spoke wheels with mounted tires p21565r16 $200. 696-2212

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PIANO Baldwin console with matching bench, very good condition recently tuned $500. 474-6362 TUBE AMP HEAD Marshall JCM600 50 watt master volume & overdrive. sounds great, with footswitch $495. Traynor ycv 40 watt tube combo amp, 1x12 Celestion80 speaker, awesome! $345. Jimi Hendrixstyle octave pedal. Like new. $89. Pro Co turbo rat distortion pedal with box usa $59. Rick 2832552 rick@ wyoming valley.net

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Pools & Spas

POOL Infinity A Frame, adjustable ladder 48”-52”-54”, new still in box $125. 28” round solar cover new $30. 570-474-6926

774

Restaurant Equipment

PREP LINE : Delfield 6’ refrigerated pizza / sandwich prep line $350.570-301-4286

GOLF CLUBS 3 sizes, like new $20 each. 570-574-9518 POOL TABLE 7ft with accessories, good condition. $200 OBO. 570-674-3794 ROD & REEL Anglers Touch 7’ 2 piece rod & Zebco Spin Cast Omega Z03 Reel $65. Micro Lite IMG Graphite 8’ 2 piece rod & Shimano Symetre Reel $60. Fenwick 6’ 6” 2 piece rod &d Shimano spinning side Stab Reel $35. 570825-7251 after 5pm

780

Stereo/TV/ Electronics

INTERNET TV DEVICE Sony NSZGT1 Google internet TV device. Google Chrome browser on your TV. Built in bluray player. Remote with keypad and mouse. Like New. List for $300, asking only $75. Sharp bluray player. Like New. $25. 570-833-2598. TV Sony Wega 27” , flat screen, not flat panel with component inputs. Excellent condition , complete with remote & manual. $150. 570-283-8202

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Video Game Systems/Games

VIDEO SYSTEM Rock Band $15. 570-417-2555 WII GAMING SYSTEM Wii fit, Band Hero, Dance Dance Revolution, 15 Wii games, 2 game controls, Charging station, SD card $350. OBO 570-823-9320

796 Wanted to Buy Merchandise

VITO’S & GINO’S

Wanted:

ALL JUNK CARS & TRUCKS Highest Prices Paid!! FREE PICKUP

288-8995

800 PETS & ANIMALS 805

Birds

TV 31” inch Proton color LCD TV. Excellent condition. Flat screen panel with TV cabinet stand. $160.00 for both with remote. 570-266-2682.

784

Tools

TORQUE WRENCH Snap-On 3/4” drive with case new condition $325. 570-655-3197

786 Toys & Games BOOKS: Box of over 40 Goosebumps books & a few audio books. $20. for all. 570-417-2555

796 Wanted to Buy Merchandise

796 Wanted to Buy Merchandise

HDI METALS

39 S. Prospect St. Nanticoke PA • 570-735-1487 GOLD - SILVER COINS - JEWELRY Buying Daily 11AM - 6PM No nonsense guarantee We will beat any competitors advertised price by up to 20% 468

Pair of Green Cheek Conures with cage $150.00 570-902-5330

810

Cats

GOLDEN RETREIVER, 2 years old, female. FREE to good home. Needs room to run, good with children. 570-288-2893

815

Dogs

Auto Parts

BUYING JUNK VEHICLES $300 AND UP

$125 EXTRA IF DRIVEN, DRAGGED OR PUSHED IN!

NOBODY Pays More 570-760-2035

Monday thru Saturday 6am-9pm • Happy Trails!

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MOUNTAINTOP

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Apartments/ Furnished

PLYMOUTH FURNISHED APARTMENT Available immedi-

ately, refrigerator and stove provided, off-street parking, no pets, utilities all paid, Call (570) 881-0636

941

Apartments/ Unfurnished

BEAR CREEK

Move right into this beautiful 4 bedroom home in desirable Rockledge development. Many upgrades & features including modern kitchen with granite countertops, 22x20 great room, 2 fireplaces, new paint, carpet, gorgeous 2 tier deck & much more. $245,000. For more information or to schedule a viewing please Call 570-242-5381

WILKES-BARRE 3 bedrooms,

Heights Section, side yard, fully fenced, gas heat, close to schools, good condition $51,900 Call 570-823-2726 Leave message if no answer.

New 3 room apartment. All utilities included except electric. No smoking & no pets. $650 + security and references. Furnished or unfurnished. Call 570-954-1200

FORTY FORT

Coming Attractions America Realty Rentals

Available 30, 60 +/- days. Redone efficiency, 1 bedrooms, some with gas fireplaces, with appliances, laundry. Managed Services! $500 + utilities and up! MUST PROVIDE: EMPLOYMENT/ APPLICATION VERIFICATION/ NO PETS OR SMOKING. 2 YEAR LEASES.

MOUNTAINTOP LAND Level building lot.

1/2 acre, 100 ft frontage, all utilities including gas. $42,900 Call 570-417-4177 Ready for construction.

RIVERFRONT FARM LAND!

Located in quiet neighborhood. Kitchen, living room, dining room, sun room, bathroom. 2 large and 1 small bedroom, lots of closets, built in linen, built in hutch, hardwood floors, fireplace, storage room, yard. New washer/ dryer, stove & fridge. Heat and hot water included. 1 year lease + security. $950 570-406-1411

KINGSTON

Beautiful, oversized executive style apartment in large historic home. Two bedrooms, one bath, granite kitchen, hardwood floors, dining room, living room, basement storage, beautiful front porch, washer/ dryer. $1,200 monthly plus utilities. No pets. No smoking. Call 570-472-1110

NANTICOKE

1st floor 1 bedroom apartment with detached garage in a great location. Hardwood floors. Appliances included. Shared washer / dryer. Large yard. Landlord pays heat, water, WVSA & Garbage. Tenants responsible for electric, cable & phone. $800 + security & references. 570-371-3271

NANTICOKE

Honeypot Section 2nd floor, 3 room apartment. Nice neighborhood. $400 + utilities & security. No pets. Call 570-885-6878

288-1422

912 Lots & Acreage Potter County: 11 acres near Keating Summit. Adjoins state forest, wooded, gently rolling, electric, perc approved, near trout streams. $51,500. Owner financing. 800-6688679

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Apartments/ Unfurnished

KINGSTON E. W alnut St.

900 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 906 Homes for Sale

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HARDING Renovated 1st floor,

2 bedroom apartment. New carpeting and paint. Fridge & stove. Water Included. $600 + security & utilities. Call 570-240-6620 or 570-388-6503

Find Something? Lose Something? Get it back where it belongs with a Lost/Found ad! 570-829-7130

KINGSTON

2nd Floor. 2 bedrooms, renovated bathroom, balcony off newly renovated kitchen with refrigerator & stove, Pergo floors, central air, newly painted, offstreet parking, no pets. $600 per month plus utilities, & 1 month security deposit. 570-239-1010

PITTSTON

1st floor, 2 bedrooms. All appliances included. All utilities paid; electricity by tenant. Everything brand new. Off street parking. $750 + security & references. Call 570-969-9268

PARSONS SECTION 46 Govier St. 2nd floor, 2 bedroom, W/D hookup, fridge & stove. Off street parking water included. freshly painted $525/mo + utilities, lease & security No pets. 570-328-1875

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WEST WYOMING

1st floor, 1 bedroom, $450 per month + utilities. No pets, no smoking. Call 570-693-1000

WILKES-BARRE 155 W. River St.

1 bedroom, some appliances included, all utilities included except electric, hardwood floors, Pet friendly. $600. 570-969-9268

For consideration, forward your resume to: iwanttowork@unitedoneresources.com EOE M/F/D/V

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EAST MOUNTAIN RIDGE (Formerly Pocono

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Looking for a challenge? Want to be part of a class drilling organization focused on excellence? Do you desire to achieve your true potential? The Horizontal Directional Drilling community within S.J. Louis HDD is continually pursuing its goal to be the best in the industry at what we do. S.J. Louis HDD (Horizontal Directional Drilling) is located in Scranton, PA and we are currently seeking an ISO Quality/Safety Consultant to help achieve ISO 9001/14000/18000 certification and requirements.

Call 829-7130 Place your pet ad and provide us your email address This will create a seller account online and login information will be emailed to you from gadzoo.com “The World of Pets Unleashed” You can then use your account to enhance your online ad. Post up to 6 captioned photos of your pet Expand your text to include more information, include your contact information such as e-mail, address phone number and or website.

CHOW PUPPIES

Sweet, affectionate, loving puppies. 5 1/2 months old. Second shots & papers. $300/each. 570-466-2252 570-954-1231

ENGLISH BULLDOG PUPPIES AKC, quality pup-

pies, vet checked, champion parents, references available. 570-922-4888 or 570-716-4864

POMERANIAN

AKC, 8 weeks, female. Shots & wormed. Vet checked. Home Raised. $500. 570-864-2643

SHIH-TZU PUPPIES

Pure Bred & Mixes $400 570-250-9690

Park) and San Souci Park. Like new, several to choose from, Financing &Warranty, MobileOneSales.net Call (570)250-2890

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MOUNTAIN TOP

Valley Stream Park 24 x 48. 3 Bedroom 2 bath double wide Skyline 2001. $20,000. Serious Inquiries only Please, do not waste my time. 570-406-7318

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Vacation Locations

Virginia Seaside Lots: Absolute buy of a lifetime! Fully improved 3 acre lots, exclusive development on the seaside (the mainland) overlooking Chincoteague Bay and islands. Gated entrance, paved roads, caretaker, community dock, pool and club house including owners guest suites. Build the house of your dreams! Unique bank foreclosure situation makes these lots available at 1/3 of original cost. Great climate, low taxes and National Seashore beaches nearby. Only $49,000 each or pond lots $65,000. Tel. (757) 824-5284 website: http://ViewWebPage.com/5EUO or email:oceanland trust@yahoo.com

- Light & bright open floor plans - All major appliances included - Pets welcome* - Close to everything - 24 hour emergency maintenance - Short term leases available

Call TODAY For AVAILABILITY!! www.mayflower crossing.com

Half Doubles

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Building/ Construction/ Skilled Trades

HORIZONTAL DIRECTIONAL DRILLING – SCRANTON, PA

Duties/Responsibilities: • Promote, advance and advocate the QMS requirements to company staff • Implement ISO 9001/14000/18000 • Hold meetings, training sessions with company management and staff • Promote, advance and advocate the ISO 9001/14000/18000 requirements to company staff • Update QMS based on audit findings • Update and track audit findings to completion • Develop job specific safety, hazard analysis and emergency action plan for review by the Safety Manager • Monitor drug and alcohol testing in accordance with company, federal and state requirements • Conduct regular safety audits of construction projects. Identify hazardous conditions. Issue reports to Project Manager and Safety Manager. Ensure safety issues were resolved in a timely manner. • Organize and maintain record keeping of site safety activities and actions. • Investigate injury, illness and other loss producing incidents to determine the root causes and potential corrective action measures. • Implement accident/incident reporting procedures and medical treatment/first aid plan. Ensure reports are submitted properly in a timely manner. • Assist in training new or existing personnel in safety related topics in Spanish through safety orientation, toolbox topics and/or specific training. Requirements: • A background that includes at least 5 years of previous Safety related experience and a thorough knowledge of OSHA1926 requirements. • Excavation, Confined Space, etc. safety experience is required. • A history of developing effective Safety initiatives that reduce accidents/incidents and heighten Safety awareness among employees. • Have a proven track record of establishing a “Safety First” culture. • Prior experience conducting accident/incident investigations. • Ability to recognize hazardous situations and implement corrective measures. • Ability to accommodate significant travel If you feel you meet the requirements as outlined above, please respond with a Microsoft Word version of your resume and salary experience/expectations. Using provided link, Email or Fax to dans@sjlouis.com or Attn: Dan S @ (320) 529-4020. Direct inquiries only, please No 3rd party submittals. S.J. Louis Companies is an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity/E-Verify Employer

953 Houses for Rent

NANTICOKE Desirable

KINGSTON

Sprague Ave. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 1st floor duplex, New w/w carpeting & hardwood floors. Convenient to Wyoming Ave. Washer/dryer hookup, basement storage. Reduced! $540/month + utilities, security, lease & NO PETS. 570-793-6294

LUZERNE

2 bedrooms, off street parking, stove & refrigerator, washer / dryer. No pets. Non smoking. $450 + utilities, security & references. Call Mark 570-262-2896

GET THE WORD OUT with a Classified Ad. 570-829-7130

Lexington Village Nanticoke, PA Many ranch style homes. 2 bedrooms $900 + electric only

SQUARE FOOT RE MANAGEMENT 866-873-0478

WILKES-BARRE

3 bedrooms, 1 bath. Full kitchen, washer/dryer hookup, off-street parking, no pets. $675/ month, plus utilities & security. Call 570-760-8116

965

Roommate Wanted

WILKES-BARRE

To share 3 bedroom apartment. All utilities included. $300/month 570-212-8332

971 Vacation & Resort Properties

HARVEYS LAKE

PLAINS

WILKES-BARRE

3 bedroom, 2nd floor apartment, off street parking, washer & dryer hookup, no pets. $550 + security & utilities. Call 570-822-7657

Commercial Properties

DOLPHIN PLAZA

Rte. 315 1,000 & 3,800 Sq. Ft. WILL DIVIDE OFFICE / RETAIL Call 570-829-1206

WEST WYOMING

425 West 8th Street New 1st floor, 2 bedroom with off street parking, washer/dryer hook up, stove. No pets. $550/mo + security. Sewer & garbage included, other utilities by tenant. 570-760-0458

Real Estate Processor

Building/ Construction/ Skilled Trades

Mayflower Crossing Apartments 570.822.3968 2, 3 & 4 Bedrooms

944

United One Resources is seeking full time real estate processors. The successful candidates should be able to type a minimum of 50 wpm, possess excellent phone and organizational skills, the ability to multi-task, conscientious with an attention to detail, work in a fast pace environment and successfully meet daily goals. Previous title insurance processing, banking or lending experience preferred but not required. We offer a competitive benefit package. Hours: 10am-6pm.

509

950

PLAINS

Newly remodeled, 2 bedroom. Living room, dining room, eat in kitchen, stove w/d hookup. Heat, water, sewer included. No smoking or pets. $625/month, security and references. 570-905-0186

TO CONSIDER....

Building/ Construction/ Skilled Trades

Apartments/ Unfurnished

Certain Restrictions Apply*

PAWS

509

941

WILKES-BARRE

7 acres - was $79,900, NOW $59,900. Woods, meadows, over 400’ waterfront1 Canoe, Fish, Swim! Terms available! 3 to choose from! 888-793-7762 Hurry!

Televisions/ Accessories

UTILITY TRAILER ‘04, with spare & crank up, plywood all around $419. 570-829-1541

Auto Parts

788

776 Sporting Goods

MOTORCYCLE: Indian battery operated children’s motorcycle. Max speed 2.5 MPH. Recommend age 2+ Like new condition. Asking $50. 570-592-1234

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RETAIL SHOPPES 30-60 day availability FORTY FORT WYOMING AVE

953 Houses for Rent

“America Realty” Rentals Lease one or more “divided/ small shoppes”.

DALLAS

Starting @ $550 2 years, 500/600 approximate sq. ft. Inquiries apply:

FOR SALE OR RENT Single home in gated retirement village. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage. Granite countertops, hardwood floors, gas fireplace, appliances included. Quiet 55 plus community. No Pets. One year lease. $1675/mo + utilities & security. Monthly maintenance fee included. 570-592-3023

570-288-1422

315 PLAZA 1,750 SQ. FT. & 3,400 SQ.FT OFFICE/RETAIL 570-829-1206

533

NEW LUXURY DUPLEX This beautiful, completely renovated 2 bedroom luxury apartment could be yours! All new high end amenities include: hardwood floors, gorgeous maple kitchen cabinets with granite countertops & stainless steel appliances. Spacious great room with gas fireplace. Stacked washer/dryer. All new tile bath. Large screened-in porch. Many large, convenient closets. Central A/C. New gas heating system. Huge attic for storage. “Must See!” $850 + utilities, lease & security. NO PETS. Call for appointment. 570-793-6294

Installation/ Maintenance/ Repair

533

Installation/ Maintenance/ Repair

Furnished Summer Home. Weekly and/ or Monthly. Starting June to end of August. Washer & dryer. Free boat slips. Call for more details. 570-639-5041 LAKE SALE, NY: 2.5 acres on West Bass Pond $19,900. 10 acres lake peninsula, 2300’ waterfront $59,900. 8 acre waterfront home $119,900. www.LandFirstNY.c om 1-888-683-2626 OCEAN CITY . MARYLAND. Best selection of affordable rentals. Full/ partial weeks. Call for FREE brochure. Open daily. Holiday Real Estate. 1-800638-2102. Online reservations: www.holidayoc.com

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Looking for the right deal on an automobile? Turn to classified. It’s a showroom in print! Classified’s got the directions!

1000 SERVICE DIRECTORY 1039

533

Chimney Service Installation/ Maintenance/ Repair

SHOP SUPERVISOR S.J. Louis HDD (Horizontal Directional Drilling) Services LLC has an immediate opportunity for a “Hands On” Shop Supervisor at their Scranton, Pennsylvania location. Responsibilities will include: • Ensuring equipment maintenance • Parts purchasing • Maintain all required documentation • Inventory/cost control • Optimize equipment utilization in all field operations and to assist in minimizing any equipment downtime • Coordinate repairs with field personnel • Set schedules for shop personnel and monitor their daily activities Required Qualifications, Experience, & Education: • 5+ years of experience in heavy equipment operations/ maintenance and/or construction industry • Strong mechanical aptitude and previous experience with Hydraulics • Currently hold a CDL class B drivers license • Strong/proven communication skills • Ability to interact with co-workers and vendors in a hands-on manner • Demonstrated and proven supervisory and leadership skills • Ability to travel when needed Preference given to candidates possessing previous directional drilling experience and achieving/maintaining ISO 9000 standards. All interested and qualified applicants should submit their resume and salary history to dans@sjlouis.com or go to www.sjlouis.com and complete an online employment application

SHOP POSITIONS Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc., a heavy construction products and services company, is looking to fill the following shop positions at our Greens Landing facility located in Milan, PA. PM Technician-Night Shift – conduct all preventative maintenance on heavy equipment and transportation vehicles including cars; light, medium and heavy trucks; paving and earthmoving equipment. Must have a valid Class B CDL. Prefer 3 years of experience in a related field. Mechanic Shop 2-Night Shift – inspect, diagnose, adjust, repair and maintain heavy equipment and transportation vehicles including cars; light, medium and heavy trucks; paving and earthmoving equipment. Must have a valid Class B CDL. Prefer 3 years of experience as a heavy equipment or truck technician. Mechanic Field 2-Day Shift – inspect, diagnose, adjust, repair and maintain heavy equipment and transportation vehicles including cars; light, medium, and heavy trucks; paving and earthmoving equipment. Class A CDL and 3 years of experience as a heavy equipment or truck technician is preferred. GOH offers a comprehensive benefit package and salary commensurate with experience. To view details of each position and apply, visit our website at GOHCAREERS.COM or visit your local CareerLink office. An Equal Opportunity Employer Females & minorities encouraged to apply.


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Call 1-800-273-7130 For Local Pros ACCOUNTING/TAX SERVICES

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CHIMNEY CONSTRUCTION

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AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING

HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING

Service - Installation AJS Mechanical Services, LLC. Dalton, PA 570-468-0190 We service all brands! Please call for Spring cleaning specials

HOUSE CLEANING AND/OR SENIOR CARE Experienced and References Call Sally 570-604-9539

CLOCKS & CLOCK REPAIR

CLOCKS R US

Now’s the Time to Get Your Clock Fixed. Repairs of all kinds of clocks. House calls for Grandfather clocks, sales & service • 570-575-5192

CONSTRUCTION BUILDING & REMODELING

Karpentry by Keiper

Specializing in windows, doors, paneling, decks, kitchens, bathrooms, roofing, siding, gutters, ALL PHASES OF CARPENTRY Licensed General Contractor.

ABINGTON PRO SERVICES

Winter Special • New Kitchen or Bath Bargain Bundles

Complete & Installed Baths from $3,700 Kitchen makeovers - $4,700 for 18 linear feet of counter space All cabinets, tub, sink, and flooring included Call Jeff for details at 570-877-3601

RON CONKLIN CONTRACTING

SLATE, TILE, SHINGLES, COPPER FLASHINGS, CHIMNEYS, GUTTERS, NEW & REPAIR SPECIALIST OVER 25 YEARS Glenburn Township,PA 18411

570-248-3618

KHS ROOFING & SIDING

Home Improvement Interior Remodeling Kitchens, Baths, Basements Licensed & Insured. Call for free estimates

570-351-2714

Call 563-2766

(Quality over volume, one job at a time)

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Specializing in kitchen, bathroom & basement renovations and your building and remodeling needs Licensed • Registered (PA 056437) Insured • Quality Workmanship

570-650-0658

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Handy Man Remodeling SerVICES

Guaranteed Quality Workmanship STATE LICENSED & FULLY INSURED Call Pat at 570-840-0241

Snow Removal

570-561-7796 or 570-587-1494

BEAUTICIAN SERVICES

Styl-N-Stylz Salon 310 Lackawanna Ave. Olyphant, PA • 570-489-9461

IMPROVEMENT

25 % Off All Reg. Priced Services (Mention this ad)

$50 Spring Color and Cut Special Visit us on the web at www.styl-n-stylz.com

CABINETRY

FLOOR REFINISHING APPLEWOOD FLOORS

Custom Furniture, Woodworking, Carpentry, Design/Build, Specializing in small unique projects

retaylor.com

570-586-7270 CLARKS SUMMIT, PA

Dustless Hardwood Floor Refinishing Laminate Tile Cork Fully Insured PA 084880 Free Estimates Quality You Can Stand On! 570-342-9592

Lowest Prices Guaranteed Licensed & Insured • 570-241-4795

PAVING

ATTENBOROUGH & SON PAVING Driveways, Parking Lots Patching & Sealing

PA#024738 • Free Estimates

570-556-1057

Shear Pawfection pet grooming

(570) 587-3569 Ruthann Austin

Specializing In Interior Remodeling g ng

• Painting • Additions • Kitchen & Bath • Carpentry • Flooring Remodeling • Drywall • & More www.harthandsons.com

We are 4 Paw Rated!

25 Years Professional All Breed Certified Master Groomer

Off Exit 197, Rte. 81

Located in Scott Twp/Waverly, PA

Puppies to Seniors All Breeds Welcome

DAPSIS

HOME MPROVEMENTS

PA07700

570-815-8294 • 1-800-460-6286

LANDSCAPING ALLEN’S E & E TREE & LANDSCAPING SERVICE For all your tree service needs. Spring Clean Up ~ Lawn Care Firewood and Hauling

570-878-1501

E&W LANDSCAPING

Lawn Cutting and Trim - Small $20-$25 Medium $25-$30 • Large $30-$45 Aeration, Thatch Removal, Spring Clean Ups, Shrub Pruning, Gravel Stone, Drainage, Walls & Pavers Experienced • Licensed • Insured

REGISTERED PLUMBING & HEATING SPECIALISTS Serving Abingtons over 25 years Gas & Oil • 24 Hour Service

313 Leach Hill Road., Clarks Summit • 587-1401

REPAIRS

CLARK’ S SHARP-ALL Route 107, Lake Sheridn (10 Miles from Clarks Summit) 9:00-5:00 Mon-Fri • 8:00-3:30 Sat

945-5379

Sales & Service MTD Products, Briggs & Stratton, Husqvarna, Tecumseh, Poulan, Kohler, White, Mantis, Oregon, Echo, Muray

Small Engine Service

All Types of Repairs & Installation

Masonry, Tile, Fencing, Roofing, Siding, Etc.

No Job Too Small Licensed & Insured

Call 570-815-1227

TOP SOIL/PAVING/EXCAVATION

Shupp’s Excavating, Paving & Topsoil 570-945-3690 TOPSOIL Screened soil blended with organic matter, compost & lime. Soil processed at our topsoil pit. We install new lawns! PARKING SERVICES Driveways, Parking Lots & Roadways. Commercial & Residential Projects. **FREE ESTIMATES** EXCAVATION Septic Systems, Foundations & Roadways. Tri-axle trucks hauling soil, stone & mulch. WWW.ShuppsExcavating.com Serving the Community Since 1972

LAWN MAINTENANCE

Lawn Master Quality in Landscaping Grass Cutting & Spring Clean Up Affordable Rates - Free Estimates

CALL 570-877-9074

A Full Service Salon • Walk-Ins Welcome

We offer Paul Mitchell, ISO and Wella Hair Products

MOVING SPECIALISTS

PLUMBING & HEATING

570-969-4243 or 570-815-5177

CONTRACTORS

MG ENTERPRISE

PET GROOMING

HANDYMAN

HARTH & SON’S I

MOVER

MASONRY Masonry by Jon Thomas

WELL DRILLING

VAN FLEET DRILLING CO., INC. Rotary Drilling • Goulds Pumps Sales • Service • Installation FREE ESTIMATES

Dalton

563-1776

Brick • Stone • Block Specializing in Repair Work. Small Jobs Welcome.

Service & a Smile Since 1972 Free Estimates & Consultations Office: 570-586-3702 Cell: 570-606-8182 PA: 079869

**AFFORDABLE & HONEST** Masonry, Bathrooms, Remodeling Specializing in Retaining Walls, Concrete and Foundation Repairs Call Joe 570-815-3864 Masonryplus.net

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563-1123

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•PUMPS •WELLS •PUMP REPAIR •WATER SOFTENERS •SULFUR REMOVAL •FILTERS

“TELL YOUR WATER PROBLEMS TO CRESSWELL”


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521 Golf Road, Tamaqua, PA (570) 386-4515

White Birch Golf Course

660 Tuscarora Park Rd., Barnesville, PA (570) 467-2525

White Deer Golf Club

352 Allenwood Camp Ln., Montgomery, PA (570) 547-2186

Woodloch Springs

Woodloch Drive, Hawley, PA (570) 685-8102

Driving Ranges & Instruction Academy of Golf Center

1333 N. River St., Plains, PA (570) 824-5813

International Golf School

Multiple course locations. Call (570) 752-7281 for information.

1 River Rd., Shawnee On The Delaware, PA (800) 742-9633

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