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CMYK Vol. 122

No. 2

The

March 11 - 17, 2012

THE BACK MOUNTAIN'S NEWSPAPER SINCE 1889

DALLAS POST

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DALLAS TOWNSHIP SUPERVISORS

Fire companies debate territory boundaries By SARAH HITE shite@mydallaspost.com

The board of supervisors’ new meeting format ended with the township’s two fire companies exchanging heated words about disputed territories on Tuesday. Dallas Fire and Ambulance addressed the board about contested boundaries within the township after two former supervisors did not approve suggestions made by both the fire companies and Luzerne County 911. Last August, Luzerne County 911 approached the township to

redistrict the dispatching territories due to a new computer-aided mapping system that would replace the old paper system. According to Andrew Zahorsky of Luzerne County 911, the county wanted boundary clarification on streets both fire companies served. He said there were a few disputed areas within the township, and though he had suggested ways to resolve those issues, two former supervisors, Phil Walter and Glenn Howell, did not approve them. The map was finalized in Octo-

ber, and Zahorsky said Luzerne County 911 started using the new technology last week. Zahorsky said Kunkle Fire Chief Jack Dodson, who did not attend the work session, was opposed to surrendering one of the intersections to Dallas Fire and Ambulance, and Karri Dodson, of Kunkle Fire Co., said there were benefactors who lived in that area. “So the financial is more of an issue than public safety,” said Christopher Good of Dallas Fire and Ambulance.

Conrad Higgins of the Kunkle Fire Co. said the fire company is willing to work out the issues, though he felt Kunkle’s territory has been depleted over the last 50 years he’s been a part of the company. “Because of this type of attitude, that’s why these fire companies are fighting all the time,” said Higgins. “One is no better than the other, so let’s end it now.” Zahorsky said the system cannot be changed for at least a year after the maps are live, and the

county is willing to work with the current map if the supervisors deem no change is necessary. Supervisor Frank Wagner, who was on the board in August, said the fire companies work well together and should settle the matter on their own. Zahorsky said the supervisors have the final say in the matter. In other news, the board discussed changes that will need to be made to the township’s zoning ordinance to comply with Act 13, the recently enacted state law governing the natural gas and oil

industries. Jack Varaly, the township’s planning consultant, said the new law supersedes local zoning laws. The township approved comprehensive regulations on natural gas activities in October as two companies pursued gas facilities within the township. Varaly said there are a few areas the law does not address, such as buffer zones and lot sizes, the township could use to strengthen its ordinance. He said the township does not need to be in See BOUNDARIES, Page 8

Family Fun Expo features science, book fairs

CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK/ FOR THE DALLAS POST

Lehman-Jackson Elementary kindergartener Jace Hynick listens intently to Dr. Seuss stories during Dr. Seuss Day at the school.

L-J students celebrate Dr. Seuss By SARAH HITE shite@mydallaspost.com

BILL TARUTIS/ FOR THE DALLAS POST

Dallas Elementary School second-grader Mia Linder, 8, right, and kindergartener Nina Angeli, 6, measure the voltage of a potato.

A fun family affair By SARAH HITE shite@mydallaspost.com

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cience projects and chapter books and summer fun vendors, oh my! The Second Annual Family Fun Expo at Dallas Elementary was held on March 1, and about 600 people gravitated to the event.

The three aspects of the expo – the science fair, book fair and community vendors – were once held separately throughout the year, but due to low attendance at a few of the events, the parentteacher organization decided to jam all the fun into one night. “It keeps getting bigger and better every year,” said Melissa Chrusch, Dallas Elementary librarian.

Students clamored for the latest titles at the annual Scholastic Book Fair, the proceeds of which help fund new book purchases for the library. “I have a list of books the kids really want us to get,” said Chrusch. Tina Tomkins, of Dallas, browsed the chapter books with her son, 6-year-old Logan, and 5month-old daughter, Gwendo-

lyn. “We read every night,” she said. “This is a great way to encourage kids to get away from the computer.” Logan Tomkins was looking for a book on kung-fu. “I get excited when I think about reading,” he said. “I look forward to it.” See FAMILY, Page 9

Dallas community pays to keep D.A.R.E. in tact By SARAH HITE shite@mydallaspost.com

within the district, which include Dallas Borough and Dallas, Franklin and Kingston townships. Officer Frank Ziegler of the Kingston Township Police Department has instructed the program in fifth and eighth-grades at Dallas Elementary, Wycallis Elementary and Dallas Middle Schoolonavoluntarysince1995. He also taught the class at the former Gate of Heaven School. “I believe you have to educate

Local governments and the Dallas School District are still footing the bill for the D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program in the Dallas elementary and middle schools, though costs have increased in difficult economic times. This year, the cost of maintaining the D.A.R.E. program at Dallas increased by nearly 25 percent, a cost shared by the district and the municipalities located See D.A.R.E., Page 3

CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK/ FOR THE DALLAS POST

E. J. Williams poses with the D.A.R.E. lion, Darren.

Kingston Twp. Police Officer Frank Ziegler reaches out to students at Dallas Elementary through the D.A.R.E. program.

Lehman-Jackson Elementary students and staff celebrated Dr. Seuss Day as part of Read Across America Week on March 2. Classes completed activities, watched a showing of Dr. Seuss’s “The Lorax” and sang silly songs to commemorate the day. Lake-Lehman Superintendent James McGovern read aloud the tongue-twisting “Fox in Socks,” by Dr. Seuss, sometimes stopping to take a breath or catch his bearings. “It’s not about how well or fast you read it, but having fun while you’re reading,” McGovern told the students. After the reading, students also enjoyed a Silly Seuss Sing Along led by music teacher Jenilee Kukuchka, who dressed as Fox in Socks. Kukuchka and art teacher Selena Mazzella, who dressed as the Lorax, prepared the Dr. Seuss celebration this year. “Ever since I was little I loved to read, and I still read whenever I get a chance,” said Mazzella. “The key is to start when you’re younger and to find something you’re interested in.” The students also completed several different Dr. Seuss activities within their classrooms. Students were asked to dress in red, white and black, and some classes even had a theme. One second grade class dressed as “Things,” and students were numbered according to how many students were in the class. Principal Marilyn Glogowski said the interactive day shows children that reading can be fun. “Reading is important not only today, but every day,” she said. “It’s very vital. Children remember programs like this more than the curriculum.”


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Sunday, March 11, 2012

◆ CROSSWORD CORNER

THIS WEEK’S MEETINGS MONDAY, MARCH 12

Dallas School Board 2000 Conyngham Ave., Dallas Township The school board will hold a regular meeting at 7 p.m. in the administration building next to Wycallis Elementary. Kingston Township 180 E. Center St., Shavertown The board of supervisors will hold a work session at 7 p.m. in the municipal building. Lake-Lehman School Board Old Route 115, Lehman Township The school board will hold a combined work session and regular meeting at 7 p.m. in the junior/ senior high school library.

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14 Kingston Township 180 E. Center St., Shavertown The board of supervisors will hold a regular meeting at 7:30 p.m. in the municipal building. Lake Township 488 State Route 29, Lake Township The board of supervisors will hold a regular meeting at 7 p.m. in the municipal building.

THURSDAY, MARCH 15 Back Mountain Community Partnership The partnership will hold a regular meeting at 3 p.m. in the Sandy & Marlene Insalaco Hall at Misericordia University, 301 Lake St., Dallas Township.

NEWS Coverage Area: The Dallas Post covers the Back Mountain community which includes the Dallas and Lake-Lehman School Districts. We try to get to as many events as possible, but staff and space limitations make it impossible to cover everything. If you have news about your family, town or organization please send it to us and we’ll try to get it in. Photographs are welcome. Send them two ways, by mail to 15 N. Main St., Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711 or by e-mail to news@mydallaspost.com. E-mail is the best and most timely method for submission. E-mailed photos should be in JPEG format with a resolution of at least 200 dpi. The deadline for all copy is Tuesday at noon. prior to publication. Corrections, clarifications? The Dallas Post will correct errors of fact or clarify any misunderstandings, call 675-5211. Have a story idea? Please call, we’d like to hear about it. Letters: The Dallas Post prints letters of local interest. Send letters to: Editor, The Dallas Post, 15 N. Main St., Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711. All letters must be signed and include a daytime phone number for verification.

NEW BOOKS AT THE BACK MOUNTAIN MEMORIAL LIBRARY The following books have been added to the Back Mountain Memorial Library collection: EXPRESS “Celebrity in Death” by J.D. Robb, “Death of a Kingfisher’ by M.C. Beaton, “No Mark Upon Her” by Deborah Crombie, “Kill Shot” by Vince Flynn, “$10, 000 in Small, Unmarked Puzzles” by Parnell Hall, “Victims” by Jonathan Kellerman, “Lone Wolf” by Jodi Picoult, “Left for Dead” by J.A. Jance FICTION “Celebrity in Death” by J.D. Robb, “Sonoma Rose” by Jennifer Chiaverini, “Catch Me” by Lisa Gardner, “White

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Puzzles” by Parnell Hall SCIENCE FICTION “Shadows in Flight” by Orson Scott Card LARGE PRINT-FICTION “Riches to Rags Bride” by Myrna Mackenzie, “Consequence” by Hazel Statham, “A Star Looks Down” by Betty Neels, “Courting Ruth” by Emma Miller BOOKS ON CD “American Dervish” by Ayad Akhtar, “Lunatics” by Dave Barry and Alan Zweibel, “I’ve Got Your Number” by Sophie Kinsella, “Private Games” by James Patterson, “All I Did Was Shoot My Man” by Walter Mosley, “The Technol-

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DALLAS SCHOOL BOARD

Course changes approved at schools By SARAH HITE shite@mydallaspost.com

The Dallas School Board on Monday approved changes to course offerings at the high school and middle school for the 2012-13 school year. At the high school, major changes include the addition of several classes to accommodate the opportunities made available since the completion of the new high school building last September. Board President Catherine

ROSS TOWNSHIP

Weight restriction approved on road

Wega said the school was designed to include facilities for more elective courses, such as electronics, prototyping, food preparation and others. Wega also said the high school has fostered a relationship with the West Side Career and Technology Center in Pringle enabling Dallas students to take elective classes part-time at the institution. “Traditionally if students wanted to take classes at the technology center, they would have to remove themselves

from Dallas and enroll there,” Wega said. “Now, if a student wants to take one or two technology courses at the technology center that we don’t offer, they can do that and still remain Dallas students.” Wega said transportation arrangements already have been made. There will be discussion as to whether the relationship will be reciprocal for Dallas students attending the West Side Career and Technical Center. At the middle school, two

foreign language courses offered in eighth grade – conversational French and introductory French – will be eliminated, said Principal Thomas Duffy. He said this is part of aligning the curriculum with the high school foreign language department, which is in the midst of restructuring. The following four courses in the foreign language department will be offered to seventh grade: exploration of word origins, introduction to Spanish,

cultural geography and exploration of critical and contemporary world languages. Duffy said these courses would not require a change in staffing at the middle school. In other news, the board also hired Paul Dumond as assistant high school football coach with a stipend of $3,976, and Rich Dumond as middle school assistant football coach with a stipend of $2,725. The next meeting will be held at 7 p.m. in the administration building.

Special Spaces NEPA holds fundraiser

By EILEEN GODIN Dallas Post Correspondent

A new weight limit on a township road and a new pension plan were approved during Tuesday meeting of the Ross Township supervisors. Supervisors approved a 20-ton weight limit on Niemchick Road. Previously, Niemchick Road did not have a weight limit, said Chairman Stan Davis. Fines will be based on the amount a vehicle exceeds the weight limit, he said. The ordinance is in response to several reports of increased truck traffic going into and leaving Hunlock Sand and Gravel in Sweet Valley. In other news, supervisors approved an ordinance to switch the township’s pension plan from the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System to the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors, known as PSATS. Davis the two plans are similar with the exception of the administration fees. “The fees are significantly less with the PSATS plan,” he said. The new plan will affect four township employees who did have a prior opportunity to review the offer. Supervisors also discussed how much road salt will be needed for the next winter season. Davis said they purchase the road salt through the COSTARS program. The COSTARS program is a joint effort by the state Department of Transportation and the Department of General Services to give municipalities the ability to find competitive prices on necessary items. Davis said it is a normal procedure to get bids in now for salt for next year. Supervisor David Williams said the mild winter has left them with excess supply for next winter, but suggested purchasing at least one load. One load of salt is equal to 25 tons. He estimated they have about two and a half loads of salt in the salt shed. “It would not hurt to cut back a little,” Williams said. The next board of supervisors meeting will be held at 7 p.m. April 3 in the municipal building.

BILL TARUTIS/ FOR THE DALLAS POST

Four-year-old Charles Seiger, of Warrior Run, plays with a toy fire engine at the Special Spaces NEPA Art Auction at the Hoyt Library in Kingston. Seiger is the recipient of a bedroom makeover sponsored by Special Spaces.

Art for special sale S

By SARAH HITE shite@mydallaspost.com

pecial Spaces of NEPA recently held its first fundraiser at the Hoyt Library in Kingston in its quest to build a new bedroom for a local child. Special Spaces is a national organization dedicated to building “dream bedrooms” for children with life-threatening illnesses.

The local chapter was spawned by ting kids. members of Leadership Wilkes-Barre last “It’s like a little safe haven for them to be year, and the group will build its first bed- normal, where there are no lights flashing room in April for 4-year-old Charles Seiger and tubes and beeps,” he said. “It’s their III, of Warrior Run, who has special space.” Down syndrome and other FOR MORE Charles Sieger Jr. said the INFORMATION health complications. family wanted to help the orga“Out of the last 365 days, For more informa- nization in any way it could, but Charles spent about 80 days in tion about Special was surprised to hear when his the hospital,” said Luke Mat- Spaces of NEPA, family would be the recipient of thews, director of Special call Michelle Morthe group’s first project. Spaces of NEPA. “I’ve got five gan at 212-9728 or “We talked to Luke and visit www.specialyoung kids with one on the spaces.org. thought it would be awesome to way, and if my wife is in the hoshelp out,” he said. “We wanted pital for two days she gets stirto volunteer and help build crazy.” something for another child, but then he Matthews, who lives not too far from said we would be building something for the Seigers, said the group is different Charles.” from other children’s charities because of the long-lasting gift they give to participa- See SPACES, Page 13

EYE CARE SPECIALISTS HAS NEW LOCATION

Eye Care Specialists have moved their office from the Twin Stacks Complex to the Dallas Shopping Center. Members of the Back Mountain business community at the ribbon cutting ceremony on March 1 included, from left, first row, Ann Howanitz, Dr Rob Lloyd, Tom Ferris, Eye Care Specialist CEO; Dr. Tara Farrell, Claire Parkhurst, Lynn Banta and Cheryl Summa.

D.A.R.E. Continued from Page 1

as much as possible because just arresting people doesn’t work anymore,” said Ziegler. The D.A.R.E. program is a 10week course in which students learn about the effects of tobacco, alcohol and other drugs and how they can make better decisions in life. D.A.RE., said Ziegler, also stands for Define, Assess, Respond and Evaluate – a decision-making model. “I think that’s what the meat and potatoes of the program is – how to make good decisions,” he said. “They can use this for anything, and when they get used to using it for the small things, when it comes to the big things, they’ll be well-experienced.” At a recent D.A.R.E. class at Dallas Elementary, Ziegler spoke

Some of the artwork up for bids at the Special Spaces NEPA Silent Art Auction at the Hoyt Library in Kingston. Local children painted replicas of famous artwork for the event.

to fifth graders-about alcohol advertising and how it’s targeted at young people. He also touched on the use of inhalants as a drug. “Do people really spray paint in a bag and smell it?” asked one student. “No, I made it all up,” Ziegler joked. “Yes, people do some crazy things – that’s why I’m here.” Angela Lizonitz, Dallas Elementary health teacher, thinks early intervention is the key to preventing drug and alcohol abuse. “I think this is the best age to reach them because if you get to them when they’re older, they’ve already been exposed to it,” she said. Ziegler, who holds a degree in elementary education, can’t remember ever having a class like D.A.R.E. when he was younger. He said awareness of drugs and alcohol has increased in younger

children through the years. “This is the time when they’re on the border of being a kid and a teenager,” he said. “When I come into a class, some kids are already aware, and some kids have no clue.” Kingston Township Supervisor James Reino Jr. said his two daughters went through the D.A.R.E. program at Dallas, so he knows firsthand how it affects young children. “They enjoyed it very much, and it taught them respect for law enforcement and gave them basic knowledge about how to stay away from situations with drugs and pressure from peers,” he said. Reino said despite the increased costs during a recession, the supervisors feel any program dedicated to aiding youth in the township is a justified expense. “We feel that anything we can do to support the children of our

JACKSON TOWNSHIP

Supers discuss sewer projects

By SARAH HITE shite@mydallaspost.com

The board of supervisors addressed issues regarding the municipal sewage system at a meeting Monday. The board heard from Paul Pasonick, an engineer from Larksville Borough, about the possibility of tying five homes in the Valley View Estates development into the township’s sewer system. He said engineers have devised several ways to correct sewage problems in the development, and one includes connecting a low-pressure system into the township’s sewer map. The board told Pasonick he can work on the plan with the township’s engineer. The plan would need to be approved by Jackson Township, the Dallas Area Municipal Authority and the state Department of Environmental Protection before it could proceed. The board also passed a motion to move forward with the Bulford Road sewer project. Supervisor Al Fox said the project, which has been in the planning stages for about three years, is almost ready to begin construction. The project includes installing a municipal sewer system for 19 residences because the current system had failed. The project’s costs will be split among the 19 residences and the township. Fox said at previous meetings that no grants were available for the project at the time, and the state Department of Environmental Protection had suggested the plan as the only viable way to complete the project. One Bulford Road resident, Mary Doceray, questioned why the township could not find alternate sources of funding for the sewer project. Fox said after holding several meetings, most of the residents involved understand and have been compliant with the process. Supervisor John Wilkes Jr. said at a previous meeting that the project benefits just those Bulford Road citizens, and the costsplitting plan alleviates what residents would have to pay by themselves. Solicitor Jeff Malak said the township is working with Larksville Borough to “amicably resolve” issues regarding the outstanding payments for services rendered to Steele Road in the borough. The municipalities formally ended their 39-year agreement for the upkeep of a portion of the road. Larksville Borough would pay $400 yearly in liquid fuels funds to Jackson Township for maintenance of the road. Larksville Borough has not made a payment since 2005. Reading a letter from Larksville Borough’s solicitor, Malak said the borough would like to pay its outstanding balance in installments and request that the borough be billed from now on to ensure payment. The next meeting will be held at 6 p.m. April 2 in the municipal building.

area, to educate them on the do’s and don’ts of society, is a good, worthwhile project,” he said. Ziegler said it’s important that the program is taught at schools to every child in a certain grade. “It’s not taught at a Cub Scout meeting where kids can decide not to go,” he said. Members of the Back Mountain Community Partnership have even discussed starting the program in the Lake-Lehman School District because of its benefits. Ziegler believes drug resistance education is more important now than ever, and he will continue to teach the class as long as the police department and district allow him. “We have to do something more than just ride around in our cars and arrest people,” he said. “As long as it’s still relevant, and it’s still supported, I will continue to do it.”


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CIVIC BRIEFS Gas rep to speak at luncheon

Wyoming County business leaders will hear about the investment in the community from Southwestern Energy Company at their March Educational Luncheon set for March 14 at the Fireplace Restaurant in Tunkhannock. Southwestern is a U.S. based natural gas producer with an office in Tunkhannock and its headquarters in Houston, Reservations to attend the luncheon can be made by calling the Chamber office at 836-7755 or by e-mailing Robin at Robin@wyccc.com. Members are free (one per business) and non-members cost $10 per person.

Soups available

4 p.m. on Sunday, March 18 at the Irem Clubhouse, 64 Ridgway Drive, Dallas. Doors open at 1 p.m. and lunch, including hors d’oeuvres, a house salad and choice of chicken franchaise or herb crusted baked haddock, will be served at 1:30 p.m. The bridal fashion show will follow at 2:15 p.m. withh prizes and promotions offered throughout the afternoon. Admission is $20 and reservations, which must be made by March 13, can be made by calling 675-1134, ext. 100.

Bingo planned at Northmoreland hall

Bingo will be held on Monday, March 19 at the Northmoreland Twp. Volunteer Fire Hall, Centermoreland.

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March 24 at Garrity Realty, Pole 89, Harveys Lake. Calligraphers Guild Participants are sponsored to to meet in Scranton jump into Harveys Lake to raise money for the American Cancer The Calligraphers Guild of Northeastern Pennsylvania will Society. Participants must raise hold a meeting on Friday, March a minimum of $10 to take part 23 at 7:30 p.m. at Marywood Gardening series set in the event. University’s Shields Center for There will also be food, drinks Luzerne County’s Penn State and raffles donated from local Extension Master Gardener Ron Visual Arts, room 225. A show and tell of decorated businesses and sponsors. Prizes Petro will present an organic envelopes created for the exwill be given for the best outfit gardening series, “From Seed to change will be presented. Please and largest donation. For addiKitchen,” from 6 to 9 p.m. bring any birthday cards retional information, call Cassie at Thursday evenings, March 22 ceived within the past year for 639-7209, Sami at 696-3994 or and 29 and April 5 and 12 at The display purposes. Call 570-542Bethany at 477-5807. Lands at Hillside Farms Educa5416 for details. Refreshments tion Center, 65 Hillside Road, will be served. The event is free Sweet Valley Fire Co. Shavertown. and open to the public. plans ham dinner Pre-registration and a fee of Polar Bear Plunge $30 per person are required by The Sweet Valley Volunteer March 16. For more information set for March 24 Fire Company will hold a familyand/or a registration form, The Seventh Annual Harveys style ham dinner on Saturday, contact Penn State Cooperative Lake Polar Bear Plunge will take March 24 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Extension Luzerne County at Take-outs begin at 4 p.m. Cost place at noon on Saturday,

Doors open at 5 p.m. and early birds start at 6:30 p.m. Food and beverages are available. For more information, call 333-4095.

is $9 for adults, $5 for children ages 6 to 11, and free for children aged 6 and under.

Movie Night planned

A movie night for children will beheld at Back Mountain Martial Arts, Twin Stacks Center, 1130 Memorial Hwy., Dallas, from 6 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, March 24. Admission is $15 per child which includes games, pizza, refreshments and a movie. Call 675-9535 for more information.

Grave decorations must be removed

Officials at Cedar Crest Cemetery, Trucksville, request that all winter decorations be removed from graves no later than March 28.

Homemade soups, all served with bread and butter, beverage and dessert, will be available from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday, March 16 at the Noxen united Methodist Church, Route 29. A free will offering will be taken.

Music Box plans murder mystery

Ham and cabbage dinner slated

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Bingo planned at Noxen School for sports club

A 50/50 Bingo will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, March 17 at the Noxen School, School Street. Food and beverages will be available and patrons will pay per card. All proceeds benefit the Noxen-Monroe Sportsmen’s Club. For more information, call 298-2052.

Breakfast buffet slated

The Noxen Volunteer Fire Company will hold a breakfast buffet on Sunday, March 18 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the fire hall on Stull Road. Price is $7.50 for adults and $4 for children under 12 years of age. Help support the Noxen Food Pantry by bringing a non-perishable food item and receive a free raffle ticket for a ham.

Irem plans bridal fashion show

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The Music Box Repertory Company will present an audience participation murder mystery, “Next of Kin,” playing March 16, 17 and 18 at the Music Box Dinner Playhouse, 196 Hughes St., Swoyersville. All tickets are $30 and include a buffet dinner. Performances on Friday and Saturday start at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday performances are at 1:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased by calling 283-2195.


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PEOPLE BRIEFS Baker performs at Marist

Jacob Baker, of Shavertown, performed in “Love in the Afternoon,” an annual concert presented by the Marist College Singers organization. Baker is a Marist College freshman. “Love in the Afternoon” is a student concert featuring musical selections about love, romance and relationships from a variety of music genres. Students performed in solos, duets and ensembles during two shows on Valentine’s Day weekend. The Marist College Singers organization involves approximately 140 students performing in a variety of ensembles.

PSUWB professor honored at conference

The Academy of Business Research honored Penn State Wilkes-Barre Instructor of Business John Weber at its 2011 Winter International Conference with a Best Paper Award in the category of real estate and finance. Weber’s paper, “The Impact of Perceptions on the Fallout of Increasing Real Estate Values in Montgomery County: An Integrative Case Study,” is the first three chapters of his Doctoral Dissertation Proposal for Capella University where he is currently pursuing his PhD in General Business. An instructor in Business at Penn State Wilkes-Barre since 2001, Weber holds a B.A. from Temple University in Communications and an M.B.A. from LaSalle University in Finance. Weber is currently the Program Chair for the Penn State WilkesBarre Business Department.

stroke or a variety of other conditions can now receive help from this new program that utilizes specially designed games and activities on the computer tablet.

Simonovich earns dean’s list honor

Sarah Simonovich, of Dallas, has been named to the dean’s list at Bloomsburg University for the fall 2011 semester. Simonovich is majoring in English, with a minor in secondary education.

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“Friend Day” will be celebrated at 9 and 10:45 a.m. on Sunday, March 18 at Cross Creek Community Church, 370 Carverton Road, Trucksville. A fully-staffed nursery and Junior Church is provided. For more information, call 696-0399.

A concert of “Sacred and Slavic Folk Music” featuring young artists from the Bratislava State Observatory of Music, Slovakia, will be presented on Friday, March 16, by the Slovak Heritage Society of Northeastern Pennsylvania. Performance will begin at 7 p.m. in the First Presbyterian Church, South Franklin Street, Wilkes-Barre. The concert is open to the public, and a good will offering will be taken. Shown above from left are Dana Hajossy, accompanist; Igor Loskar, baritone; Alena Vacikova, soprano (state opera); Patrik Kornak, tenor; Jana Ferikova, soprano (Romania); Anabela Patkolo, 12-year violinist; and Aniko Patkolo, mother of Anabela Patkolo. Each of the artists have performed internationally and won numerous worldwide competitions. Chairperson of the “Sacred and Slavic Folk Music” concernt is Michael Stretanski, of Kingston. The concert is presented through the World Artists Experiences in partnership with the Embasst of Slovakia in cooperation with the local heritage society. The public is encouraged to attend the concert.

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Mike Lewis will perform at HUMC

Mike Lewis, former WNEPTV newscaster, will perform at 7 p.m. on Saturday, March 24 at the Huntsville United Methodist Church, 2355 Huntsville Road, Shavertown. Lewis is now a Nashville recording artist and recently released his third album, “Do Whatcha Gotta Do.” Admission is $5 per person.

AGAPE to perform at St. Paul’s

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YOUR SPACE Harveys Lake resident Pat Giordano feels fortunate that she was recently able to capture a shot of this juvenile Bald Eagle taking flight in the middle of his fish feast on Harveys Lake.

One hundred years ago, in 1912, Juliette Gordon Low founded the Girl Scouts in the United States in order to involve girls in community service and to experience the outdoors. Since then, Girl Scouts has evolved into one of the nation’s premier leadership development organization for girls. During the month of March at the Back Mountain Memorial Library, the Girl Scouts in the Heart of PA Service Unit 319 of the Back Mountain will be displaying Girl Scout memorabilia. The display will showcase how things have changed over the years. Above are pictured two Brownies, Breanna Wesley and Madison Lasinski and two Juniors, Mackenzie Lasinski and Tiffany Lasinski. The girls all enjoy being Girl Scouts and said their favorite activities are spending time with friends and camping. They are also involved with service projects, field trips, outdoor training, crafts, singing, selling cookies and earning patches. Breanna is the daughter of Mindy and Brian Wesley of Dallas, Mackenzie is the daughter of Cherie and Dan Lasinski of Jackson Twp. and Madison and Tiffany are the daughters of Jason Lasinski of Dallas.

MOMENTS IN TIME The History Channel • On March 23, 1836, in hopes of keeping pace with the furious march of technology, the U.S. Mint unveils its first steam-powered press. The new-fangled contraption helped crank out coins more efficiently. • On March 25, 1911, at the Triangle Shirtwaist Company in New York’s Lower East Side, a fire quickly engulfs the factory and claims 146 lives, mostly young women. Because management had locked the exit doors, many of the garment workers either expired from asphyxiation or leapt from windows -- a fatal, 10-story fall. The factory’s owners were eventually found guilty on charges of manslaughter. • On March 21, 1971, "The Andromeda Strain," the first movie to use computer animation, opens. The sci-fi thriller, featuring scientists racing against time and an alien virus, was the first of many films to be made from a Michael Crichton book. • On March 24, 1989, the worst oil spill in U.S. territory begins when the supertanker Exxon Valdez runs aground on a reef in Prince William Sound in Alaska. An estimated 11 million gallons of oil eventually spilled into the water, polluting more than 700 miles of coastline.

STRANGE BUT TRUE By Samantha Weaver • It’s still not known who made this sage observation: “Wisdom is divided into two parts: a) having a great deal to say, and b) not saying it.” • In 1931, the Newspaper Enterprise Association predicted that crime would be nearly gone in 20 years. • Do you subscribe to the adage “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet”? Consider this: Would that teen heartthrob of an earlier day, Bobby Darin, have become so popular if he had been known by his given name, Walden Cassotto? • At one time, Canada’s CBC network banned the children’s cartoon "Rocky and Bullwinkle" because of its sometimes unflattering portrayal of the Mounties. • The Goodrich company, known primarily for its tires, also invented the first modern golf ball. • Sometimes scientists get to express their creativity when they have the opportunity to name things. Take deep-sea sites, for example: in the North Atlantic is the Porcupine Abysmal Plain, Clam Acres is off the west coast of Mexico, and there’s a site near the Galapagos Islands called Hole-to-Hell. • Those who study such things have found that a sneeze leaves your mouth at more than 100 m.p.h. • A Rochester, Mich., law states that anyone who is bathing in public must be wearing a bathing suit that has been inspected by a police officer. ••• Thought for the day: “You may do foolish things, but do them with enthusiasm.” - Colette

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Back Mountain Memorial Library preps for spring The Back Mountain Library is busy getting ready for spring! With spring, comes gardening and with gardening comes…. questions! Master Gardeners Jean Kolojejchick and Roseann Nardone will present “Gardening Tips and Tricks for the Spring/Summer Seasons” which will be held at the library on Saturday, March 24 at 11 a.m. Topics at this free program will include pruning trees and shrubs, spring garden chores, dividing perennials, summer bulbs and unwanted garden critters and bugs. Space is limited so be sure to call the library at 675-1182 to reserve your place. When planning your spring garden, check out the library’s “Flower Power” Spring bulb fundraiser. Placing a bulb order now is a fun way to help the library. (We receive a 50% profit from each order!) Ordering is easy…just log on to the library’s website at

20 YEARS AGO – 1992

More than 85 students at Lake-Noxen Elementary School recently participated in the school’s 10th annual Arm Wrestling Tournament. School winners in the girls’ competition included Amy Gabner, fifth grade, Division I; Erica Fugate, sixth grade, Division, I; and Mandy Kehler, sixth grade, Division II. For the second time in four years Judy Fitch of Dallas Township has been crowned Miss ONLY YESTERDAY WilkesBarre/ Scranton. She will next compete in June for the title of Miss Pennsylvania.

30 YEARS AGO – 1982

www.backmountainlibrary.org and click on the link for the Flower Power fundraiser. Browse through the online catalog of bulbs, including lilies, coneflowers, peonies and more. After placing Kolojejchick and your order online, Nardone the bulbs and directions for planting will be shipped directly to your home. Deadline to order is April 27. While you are waiting for your bulbs to arrive, stop by the library’s Slightly Read Bookshop to see their selection of gardening and home improvement books, which are currently on sale for half price. What better way to “study” for all of those upcoming projects! In other Slightly Read Bookshop news, the

other countries. Participants included Stacy McCuen, Kunkle, Amy Shelley, Dallas, Ellen Smaka, Dallas, Jennifer Harringston, Dallas, Jennifer Besecker, Dallas, Megan Kozemchak, Dallas, Dodie Dodson, Dallas, Lisa Vozniak, Dallas, Tracy Hunter, Dallas, and Michelle Pollick, Dallas.

40 YEARS AGO - 1972

Connie Lanning, Sweet Valley, won first place in Women’s Class A in the snowmobile races at Kutztown Sunday. Miss Lanning was racing on a 335 Polaris TX. She also placed second in Women’s Class B while riding a 400 TNT SkiDoo. The Eagle Award, the highest award in scouting, will be presented to nine members of Troop 281, Dallas United Methodist Church, at the Eagle Court of Honor and Award Dinner to be held at Dallas Senior High School. The awardees are: Jack B. Cobleigh, Glen Kozemchak, David Shelby III, Earl W. Phillips Jr., Jeff McDonald, David Casselberry, David Dierolf, Bill Dierolf and Brett B. Slocum.

bookshop has recently inherited a complete 85 volume set of Agatha Christie mysteries plus the author’s biography. The set will be kept intact and offered for a special sale price of only $150.00 until March 31. After April 1, the books can be purchased separately. The Children’s Section has been expanded with many types of children’s literature available, including books for toddlers, chapter books and classics. Reminder: Don’t forget about the Back Mountain Memorial Library’s night out with the Penguins to celebrate Tux’s birthday. The library will receive a profit from any ticket purchased for the Sunday March 18th Penguins vs. Binghamton hockey game at 3:05 pm. Please call Emily Kain at 570-208-5415 and mention the Back Mountain Memorial Library when ordering your tickets! A free autograph book will be given away to the first 1,500 fans age 14 and younger.

of 24 assorted Hershey candy bars was 89 cents; and cooked hams were 69 cents a pound. Two Back Mountain girls were among the ten contestants selected to represent Glamour Magazine’s Best Dressed Coeds on the Wilkes College campus last Sunday evening. They were Nancy Tinklepaugh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tinklepaugh, Church Street, Dallas and Elaine Kozemchak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Kozemchak, Huntsville. Both girls modeled frocks which they designed and made themselves.

60 YEARS AGO – 1952

Students from Westmoreland who will compete in Luzerne County Forensic Contests include Barbara Dana, Rosemary Bukeavich, David Vann, Nancy Dymond, Louise Kann and Shirley Drake. Arthur Garinger and his brother-in-law John Beagle of Bloomsburg are erecting a new Tastee-Freeze soft ice cream store on Mr. Garinger’s property along Memorial Drive at Fernbrook. Completion is expected shortly after April 1.

After 11 years in Girl Scouts, Kelly Freeman of Dallas will soon realize a dream – achieving the Gold Award, Girl Scouting’s highest honor. In helping to commemorate Girl Scouting’s 70th Birthday, Junior Troop 624 and Brownie 50 YEARS AGO – 1962 Troop 652 of Shavertown held 70 YEARS AGO – 1942 an “International Day.” The At local Acme Stores, three girls who participated honored five pound bags of grapefruit To eight students of Lehman nations around the world by sold for $1.00; a one pound pack- High School will go the honor of wearing Girl Scout uniforms of age of bacon was 49 cents; a box playing with the Northeast Dis-

trict Band at its annual concert the last of this month, it was announced this week by Joseph Clouser, director of the Lehman High School band. The local players, largest of any group invited to play in the concert, will join students from 18 counties and 35 schools in this section of the state to make up the 150 piece band, and are the only students to r3epresent the Dallas area. They are: Lenora Parks and Carol Crosby, solo cornetists; Betty Naugle, solo clarinet; Ted Parks, first trombone; Dorothy Cornell, first horn; Albert Agnew, first baritone; Roland Masters, bass; and Stewart Ehret, snare drum. New officers will be installed at the dinner meeting of Dallas Woman’s Club held in the Shavertown Hose House Thursday evening, New officers: president, Mrs. Fred Eck; first vice president, Mrs. Harold Shiber; second vice president, Mrs. Kenneth Oliver; secretary, Mrs. George Stolarick; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Clarence Adams; treasurer, Mrs. W.H. Derolf. Information for “Only Yesterday” is taken from past issues of The Dallas Post which is 122 years old. The information is printed here exactly as it appeared in the newspaper years ago.

“WHY DO WE CELEBRATE ST. PATRICK’S DAY?”

“We remember him because he’s famous for being in all the Dr. Seuss books.” Samantha Gonzalez Shavertown

“He was from Ireland, and he’s famous because he discovered the end of the rainbow.” Austin Sowga Shavertown

“I’m pretty sure he was Irish but I’m not sure which country he was from.” Carly Kappler Dallas

“He found something that looks like a clover and thought it must be a very powerful thing.” Alie Jones Shavertown

“I only know that his favorite color was green.” Amanda Bedony Dallas

“It’s a celebration because he got rid of all the snakes in Ireland.” Sommer Zier Dallas


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BENSCOTER - Dagmar Elise, 73, of Sweet Valley Road, Hunlock Creek, passed away March 1, 2012, in Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center, Plains Township. She was born January 6, 1939, in Ansbach, Germany, a daughter of the late Heinrich Johann Mehringer and the late Christine Babette Geim Mehringer. She attended Roaring Brook Baptist Church, Hunlock Creek. She was preceded in death by brothers, Hans, Rudi and Jurgen. Surviving are her husband, Harold Willard Benscoter; children, Nancy Ann Lutz, William Shilanskis, Elise and Floyd McRoy, Thomas and Esther Shilanskis, Rosemarie Hines, Louis and Carol Shilanskis, Teresa and Ed Cilvik, Jason and Joanne Benscoter; stepchildren, Estella and Brian Naugle; Mark and Janet Benscoter, Willard Benscoter, Lionel Benscoter; 21 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; sister Hilde Erickson, West Virginia. DOLL - Paul Jerry, 78, died at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia after a brief illness. He was born on February 2, 1934, in Reading, son of the late Lewis Elwood and Wilhelmina Marble Doll, and step-mother, Jean Doll, of Monroe Township. Paul graduated from Kingston High School, Kingston, in 1953, after which he received an associate degree in drafting and design technology fromPenn State University, Lehman. Paul served in the U.S. Army as a track vehicle and tank mechanic and was honorably discharged in 1962. He lived in Evans Falls on the family farm for most of his adult life. He was a dairy farmer and logger, and also worked at the Procter & Gamble plant in Mehoopany as a security guard until he became ill in January. He was a regular attendee at the Evans Falls Methodist Church, and was involved with many of their activities. He enjoyed reading history books and taking trips to historical sites, attending family reunions, farm shows and fairs. He especially enjoyed being with family and friends. He was a kind soul with a generous heart. He is survived by a brother, Elwood Charles Doll, of Newark Del.; sisters, Roberta Davis and husband Charles, of Windham Township, Bradford County; Patricia Campbell and husband Forrest, of West Grove; aunt, Dorothy Hall, and husband Ira David, of Monroe Township, with whom he resided; several nieces and nephews. Memorial contributions may be made in Paul Doll’s Memory to Martha Lloyd Community Services, Attn: Admissions, 66 Lloyd Lane, Troy, PA 16947, or to the donor’s favorite charity.

of English at King’s College, where he served two terms as chair of the department and taught until his retirement in 1999. He founded the Writing Center at King’s, and was a founding member of the Northeastern Pennsylvania Writing Council. He and his wife of 39 years, Joanne, raised two sons, Eoin and Connor, in Dallas, where they were respected members of the community. John’s kind nature, quiet intelligence and wry sense of humor were enjoyed by friends from the Back Mountain to Ireland. He first visited Ireland as a college student, a copy of James Joyce’s “Ulysses” in his hand, and he returned to the country again and again, making new friends and introducing his wife and sons to the place he loved so much. Upon retirement, he and Joanne moved to Philadelphia, where John taught English as a Second Language on a volunteer basis. He is survived by wife; his sons; his daughter-in-law, Lauren; and his grandson, Sam; along with numerous extended family members. Donations can also be made to the Friends of Saint Malachy or the King’s College Faculty Scholarship program. A teacher to the end, John donated his body to medical research.

EVANISH - Robert M., 68, of Shavertown, died Friday, March 2, 2012, at home. He is survived by his devoted wife of five years, the former Rosemary T. Pietrzyk. Born in Nanticoke, on August 2, 1943, son of the late John and Irene Fetch Evanish, he was a 1963 graduate of Nanticoke High School. Prior to his retirement, Bob worked for PP&L for many years. He was a parishioner of St. George’s Orthodox Church, Taylor. Bob lived life to the fullest, enjoying riding on his motorcycle, drag racing and collecting cars. His family brought him much joy and his memory will live on in their hearts for many years to come. His first wife, the former Carol Deminski, died April 21, 1996. Also surviving are three daughters, Kelly Spudis and husband, Frank, Shavertown; Karen Evanish, Mount Laurel, N.J.; Heather Wingert and husband, Aaron, Harrisburg; three stepchildren, Kerri Englert and husband, Torry, Avis; Kelli Techmanski and husband, Jason, Kingston; Rob Hermanofski, Mechanicsburg; four grandchildren, Connor and Stephanie Spudis, Brendin Techmanski and Victoria Phillips; two brothers, Jack Evanish and wife, Carol, Pennsbury; Ronald Evanish and wife, Caroline, Poolesville, Md.; uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews and cousins. Memorial contributions may be made to Medical Oncology Association, Prescription Fund, 382 ENNIS - John, 81, of PhiladelPierce St., Kingston, PA 18704. phia, died on February 28, 2012, surrounded by his family at KAMARUNAS - Loretta A., 72, home. of Beaumont, passed away SaturBorn October 26, 1930, in Ne- day, February 25, 2012 surroundwark, N.J., he attended Providen- ed by her family at the Meadows ce College and graduated cum Nursing and Rehabilitation Cenlaude with a Bachelor of Arts in ter, Dallas. English from Seton Hall UniverBorn in Wilkes-Barre, Loretta sity. He received master’s de- was the daughter of the late Dengrees from Rutgers University ton and Ann Updyke. and the University of Notre She was a graduate of Dallas Dame. John did doctoral study at Area High School, class of 1957. Notre Dame and the National Loretta was employed for 27 years as a bookkeeper for L.L. RiUniversity of Ireland. In 1964, he became a professor chardson Dodge, Dallas.

She enjoyed knitting and crocheting. She loved to cook, clean and spend time with her family and friends, especially Wendy and Tyler. Preceding her in death, in addition to her parents, were husband, Anthony Kamarunas; sister Charlotte Jones; best friend and former husband, John S. Monka Sr. Surviving are daughter, Cindy Jerzak and husband, Chris, Dallas; son, John S. Monka Jr., Trucksville; stepdaughter, Andrea Nunn and husband, Gary, Columbus, Ohio; stepson, Anthony Kamarunas Jr., Swoyersville; grandchildren, Greg Jerzak, Colin Stonerook, Julia Stonerook, Johnathon Nunn, Theresa Kamarunas, Amanda Kamarunas; three great-grandchildren; sister Catherine Trudgen and husband, George; brother, Dan Updyke, and wife, Lori; brother-in-law, Larry Jones; numerous nieces and nephews. Loretta’s family wishes to thank Dr. Patrick Kilduff, the staff of Meadows Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, especially the third floor nurses and aides, and the staff of the Hospice of the Sacred Heart for the exceptional care and compassion they all provided. Also, a special thanks to longtime friend, Ruth Federici, for always being there. Memorial donations, if desired, may be made to the Meadows Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, 55 W. Center Hill Rd, Dallas, PA 18612 or to the Hospice of the Sacred Heart, 600 Baltimore Drive, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702. MARIANO - Grace C., 93, a resident of Mercy Center, Dallas, passed away on Friday, March 2, 2012 at the Hospice Community Care Inpatient Unit at Geisinger South Wilkes-Barre. She was born August 10, 1918, in South Waverly, Pa., the daughter of Joseph and Mary Bruno Yanuzzi. She graduated from the community schools. Grace worked at Deisroth’s Department Store as a buyer in the children’s department and women’s dresses, after many years as a stay-at-home mom. She lived most of her adult life in Hazleton with her late husband, Nicholas, and her two sons, Frank and Joseph. She was a devout and practicing Roman Catholic her entire life. She was an accomplished Den Mother, and active as a Little League mother. She was a proud grandmother of six, and an even prouder great-grandmother of

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three. She was preceded in death by her husband of 46 years, Nicholas, of Hazleton; brothers, Michael and Joseph Yanuzzi; and sisters, Mary (Babe) and Tina Yanuzzi. She is survived by her son Frank and his wife, Linda, of Swoyersville; son Joseph and his wife, Colleen, of Kingston; grandchildren, Matthew and his wife, Emily, of Los Angeles, Calif.; Nathan and his wife, Angela, of Orlando, Fla.; Lucas, State College; Nora, Kingston; Sophia, Philadelphia; and Ben of Kingston. She is also survived by her great-grandchildren, Maya and Milia of Los Angeles, and Nicholas of Orlando Fla.; two sisters, Vera and Josephine of South Waverly and two brothers, Angelo and Ralph, also of South Waverly, in addition to numerous nephews, nieces, grandnephews and grandnieces, all of whom were a part of Grace’s life and her celebrations. Memorial gifts may be made to theAlzheimer’s Association, 57 North Franklin Street, WilkesBarre, PA 18701. PEALER - Thomas G., 45, of West Wyoming, passed away Tuesday, February 28, 2012. He was born in West Wyoming, son of Beverly Cheskewicz Pealer of West Wyoming and the late Thomas Pealer. He was a graduate of Wyoming Area High School and Luzerne Community College, and was employed by the Dallas School District. He was a member of St. Monica’s Parish, West Wyoming. He was an avid hunter and loved the outdoors. He had been a huge Oakland Raiders fan since childhood. He cherished his three daughters, who were the light of his life. He became a friend to whoever crossed in his path. Tom had many dear friends who will sadly miss his company, conversation and whimsical sense of humor. He was very active in his family life and very proud to be a husband and father. He is survived by his wife, the former Melissa Martin; daughters, Lydia, Sara and Gwynall, at home; sister, Michelle Welenc, and her husband, Patrick; nephew, Tyler, Florida; paternal grandmother, Muriel Pealer; uncle, Robert Pealer; aunt, Susan Pealer; mother-in-law, Patricia Martin; sister-in-law, Renee Martin; many aunts, uncles and cousins.

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Heroes deadline March 31

The deadline to submit sponsorship forms for the 2012 Dallas Lions Hometown Hero Project is Saturday, March 31. The project was designed to be a one-year event, but there have been numerous requests for participation in the project for one more year. The project will once again be a tribute to those men and women from the Back Mountain that have or are presently serving our country in any branch of the military. The banner would include a picture of the service man or woman in uniform, branch of service and era of service. Because the photo will be enlarged to 27 inches x 20 inches, the quality of the picture on the banner may be affected. The banners will be placed in Dallas Borough and will be done at random and will hang from MemorialDaythroughVeteransDay. At the conclusion of the program the banners will be given to their family members. The sponsorship for each banner is $200. Family members and loved ones of service men and

women may purchase a banner themselves or obtain sponsorship by a local business. Should a family wish to purchase a banner, the family name will appear on the bottom of the banner. Businesses who wish to sponsor a banner could have their name at the bottom of the banner. Any and all proceeds realized from this project will be donated to the 1st Lieutenant Michael J. Cleary Foundation which helps returning veterans in a variety of ways, including rehabilitation, working with handicapped veterans and helping with families of fallen veterans. Sponsorship forms are available at the following Back Mountain locations: Dallas Borough Office, Frontier Communications Office, Dallas American Legion Post #672, Back Mountain Memorial Library and NAPA Auto Parts, Dallas. Foranyadditionalinformation, contact project chairman Don Berlew at any of the following: 675-4360, 760-6147, Donald.Berlew@Kraftfoods.com or Dallas Lions, P.O. Box #54, Dallas, Pa. 18612.

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Sedaka to perform at MU concert Neil Sedaka, the popular singer, songwriter, composer and pianist and 2004 inductee into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, is headlining the annual Misericordia University Under the Stars Summer Arts Festival at the Wells Fargo Amphitheater on Friday, July 27. The festival also includes the Jazz in July concert, “Sensational Sounds of Swing” on July 9 with the Midiri Brothers Septet. One of the first teen pop sensations during the 1950s, Sedaka is known for his chart-topping hits like “Breaking Up is Hard to Do,” “Calendar Girl,” “Next Door to an Angel,” “Bad Blood,” “Laughter in the Rain” and many more.

The Midiri Brothers Septet will perform at Misericordia University on Monday, July 9.

He grew to become a masterful songwriter for himself and other artists in the 60s and hbecame a full-fledged star in the 1970s. He has remained a constant musical force in writing

and performing during his more than 50year career, thanks to the countless hit songs he has written, perSedaka formed and produced that continue to inspire other artists and audiences around the world. The Midiri Brothers Septet is composed of brothers Joe (on clarinet and saxophone) and Paul (on the vibraphone and trombone), as well as Dan Tobias (trumpet), Jim Lawlor (drums), Dean Schneider (piano), Ed Wise (bass) and Pat Mercuri (guitar). The orchestra has been hailed by L.A. Jazz

Magazine as “… one of the most exciting small-group swing units around today.” The Starlight Concert starring Sedaka is July 27 at 8 p.m. Festival tables that seat six are $420, amphitheater tickets are $45 and lawn seats are $30. The Jazz in July concert, “Sensational Sounds of Swing,” with the Midiri Bothers Septet is Monday, July 9 at 8 p.m. Festival tables that seat six are $120, amphitheater tickets are $15 and lawn seats are $8. Tickets for both shows go on sale Tuesday, May 1 exclusively through the Misericordia University Box Office at 674-6719. For more information, call 674-6400.

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The vendor portion of the expo includes community organizations from around the region, including dance studios, kidfriendly camps and other events parents can learn more about for summer planning. “We have 25 vendors this year,” said Kristen Angelicola, PTO chairperson of the expo. “It’s simple for parents to come out – it’s one-stop shopping ahead of time.” Bonny Laneski from the Kids at King’s program at King’s College in Wilkes-Barre said the organization has been participating at the Dallas Elementary event for six years. “We do educational but fun camps for kids in first through eighth grade,” she said. Laneski said the program at King’s has existed for 11 years, but there are still plenty of people who don’t know about it. Events like the Family Fun Expo help get the word out about the program’s offerings. “Parents who work need to find something for kids to do in the summer,” she said. “We start getting calls in February for when the kids get out of school.” Four fifth-grade girls set up shop at the expo to sell their handmade jewelry for a good cause. Gianna Musto, of Dallas, Alicia Vinceloi, of Dallas, Alyssa Angelicola, of Shavertown, and Bailey Tregan, of Dallas worked over three months to create bracelets to raise money for the local SPCA and St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. “One of our teachers’ nieces has cancer so we wanted to help,” said Musto. More than 230 students par-

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Fifth-grader Johanna Kiska, 10, of Shavertown, peers into a chicken cage for her science project ’Chicken & Egg Mysteries’ at the Dallas Elementary School Family Fun Expo and Science Fair.

ticipated in more than 160 projects at this year’s science fair, said Deanna Habib, PTO chairperson. Habib said it’s a fun, voluntary event for the kids who want to learn more on their own, and parents end up learning just as much. “One student who was able to measure the iron in cereal – his mom just watched and was really interested in how he did it,” she said. Habib’s daughter, Olivia, made glow-in-the-dark Jell-o for her project. “We looked in some science books from home and she decided to do that because it’s fun and you can eat it,” said Habib. One could eat Johanna Kiska’s project, too, but there’s a little bit more work involved.

The 10-year-old from Shavertown brought in a cage with two of her chickens to the 18th annual fair. She wondered why and how eggs got their shape and color. “The size of the chicken determines the size of the egg, and the color of the earlobe determines the chicken’s egg color,” she said. Though her scientific subjects sometimes bite, she enjoys tending to her chickens and has had them all her life. “I show some of them and you can win prizes,” said Kiska. “If you have a hen house, you can

sell the eggs.” Cades Linder, 8, of Dallas, made music as her science project – she filled jars will varying amounts of water to create music notes. “It’s a water bottle xylophone,” she said. “I thought it would be fun for people to play songs. The smaller the amount of water, the higher the sound and the lower the amount of water, the lower the sound.” Linder is a lover of all things scientific, mostly because she enjoys taking measurements and “figuring things out.”

The cast of "One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest."

‘Cuckoo’s Nest’ to be performed by locals

It has been 50 years since Ken Kesey’s debut novel “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” was first published in 1962. At that time it was received with both criticism and acclaim. Since its publication, there have been popular movie and stage adaptations of the novel. Most movie buffs are familiar with its 1975 film version with Jack Nicholson in the role of R.P. MacMurphy, however Dale Wasserman’s stage adaptation of Kesey’s novel received much praise as well. It made its Broadway premiere on November 13, 1964, and has been produced several times since. Most recently, the Steppenwolf Theatre produced a Broadway revival of Wasserman’s stage adaptation of “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” in 2001. That year it received a Tony Award for Best Play Revival. In March, the Dietrich Theater will be bringing the acclaimed play “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” by Dale Wasserman to Tunkhannock as the culmination of this year’s Wyoming County Reads project. During its five-day run from March 21 through March 25, all are invited to experience this story of a rowdy misfit who lands in a mental hospital to avoid the work farm. At the hospital he doesn’t count on the complex psychological society he’s about to upend, the desperate need of the other downtrodden patients for a leader, or the sadistic control of the calm, smiling head nurse. Mischievous Randle P. MacMurphy struggles to discover who really belongs in a mental ward, and realizes that he alone can liberate the patients from the merciless Nurse Ratched. But it may be the ultimate sacrifice. For this production, director,

Jennifer Jenkins, the Dietrich’s Director of Theatre Arts and Executive Director, leads a cast of16 community-based actors who hail from all over the region including Dalton, Nanticoke, Dallas, Springville, Tunkhannock and Scranton. Many in the cast were excited for an opportunity to be a part of a community-based production. “When I received the call that I’d gotten the part as Nurse Ratched I felt as I would burst. Now, three weeks in, I am over the moon. I’m so lucky to be working with such a talented-fun spirited cast. Many thanks to the Dietrich Theater,” said cast member Brenda Wenner said. “I really enjoy playing R.P. MacMurphy. He is a very interesting character to play, and with the support of the awesome cast, it should be a fantastic show,” said Duryea local, Derek Heppding, who plays the lead. Available show dates and times for the Dietrich’s production of “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” include 7 p.m. on Wednesday, March 21, Friday, March 23 and Saturday, March 24 and at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 25. Tickets are $10 each and can be purchased at the Dietrich Theater ticket booth or by calling 570996-1500. According to director Jennifer Jenkins, “From government funded drug experiments of the 1960’s to the attainment of freedom from an oppressive political machine, Ken Kesey perfectly captured the essence of a changing world, and Dale Wasserman’s script is atrip of heightened dramatic realism. This production has one of the finest casts to everbeg the question -who is insane and what exactly does that mean?”

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SCHOOL BRIEFS MU professor slates physics presentation

The Misericordia University Department of Physics is hosting a presentation by Michael Orleski, Ph.D., assistant professor of physics at Misericordia University, for the first minimeeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers Central Pennsylvania Section (AAPT-CPS) at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 13 in room 206 of the Hafey-McCormick Science Building on campus. The presentation is open free to the public. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, call 674-6400.

Students will perform music at Seminary

The Wyoming Seminary Music Department will present a special performance by members of the Bratislava State Conservatory of Music, Slovakia, at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 15 in the Great Hall of Wyoming Seminary, 228 Wyoming Ave., Kingston, just north of Kingston Corners. The concert, titled “An Evening At The Opera And More,” will feature a 12-year-old violinist and four student singers, performing popular works of opera.

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SLOVAK SOCIETY HOLDS LENTEN PROGRAM A Lenten Slovak HymnSing and Stations of the Cross will be held on today, March11by the Slovak Heritage Society of Northeastern Pennsylvania. The Lenten Program will be held in St. Andre Bessette Parish, St. Stanislaus Kostka worship site, 666 N. Main St., Wilkes-Barre starting at 2 p.m. Event chairperson Magdalen Benish, Plains Township, is shown above reviewing program notes with President of the Slovak Heritage Society of NEPA Philip R. Tuhy, of Wilkes-Barre. Station Booklets and Slovak Hymns with words and translation of the hymnology will be provided. The public is invited to participate.

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DEAN’S LIST The University of Scranton has announced its dean’s list, which recognizes students for academic excellence during the 2011 fall semester. A student must have a grade point average of 3.5 or better with a minimum number of credit hours to make the dean’s list. More than 1,420 students were named to fall 2011 semester Dean’s List, including the following Back Mountain residents: Nicole E. Clemson, Dallas; Christopher B. Donahue, Dallas; Sara J. Krogulski, Shavertown; Rosemary A. Shaver, Shavertown; Edward S. Stredny, Dallas; Rebekah Stuart, Dallas; Cory C. Templeton, Trucksville; Paul J. VanLoon, Dallas;Lauren Weaver, Shavertown.

Concert will benefit Feeding America

A concert to raise money for Feeding America, the nation’s leading domestic hunger-relief charity, will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 18 in the Great Hall of Wyoming Seminary, 228 Wyoming Ave., Kingston, just north of Kingston Corners. The concert is open to the public and donations will be accepted at the door. For more information contact the Sem communications office at 2702192.

MU profs will present at memory program

Misericordia University professors James Siberski, M.S., C.M.C., CRmT, assistant professor, coordinator of gerontological education and director of the Geriatric Care Management program, and Dawn Evans, M.S., O.T.R./L., assistant professor of occupational therapy, each are presenting at the Memory Educate Resources Care You program from 9 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, March 20 in the Rivers room at Mercy Center, Dallas. The program is open free to the public. For more information, call 674-6945.

Craft show slated

The Tunkhannock Area Middle School Band will host a craft show from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 24 at the middle school.

Seminary to hold early childhood overview

Wyoming Seminary Lower School invites families to attend the Early Childhood Overview from 9 to 11 a.m. on Thursday, March 29 at the school’s Forty Fort campus, 1560 Wyoming Ave. Families may tour preschool, pre-kindergarten and kindergarten classrooms and speak with the dean of the Primary Division, teachers and admission staff about Sem’s early childhood program. Please call Heidi Sims, Associate Director of Lower School Admission, at 718-6610 for more information or e-mailLSadmission@wyomingseminary.org.

Dr. Daniel Dudrick performs a pretend examination on Gina Pugliese.

Healthy Minds Trucksville Early Childhood Education Center children have been learning about good health. Dr. Daniel Dudrick, father of student Danny Dudrick, and Dr. Elizabeth Gernhardt Morgan, mother of student Kathryn Morgan, visited the education center to teach the children what to expect when visiting their doctor for a check up. The children have been learning and participating in many activities about good health and taking care of their bodies. Drs. Dudrick and Morgan also taught the children about what might happen if they have an injury and need to visit the emergency room. Safety rules like wearing bicycle helmets were also emphasized.

Dr. Elizabeth Gernhardt Morgan demonstrates how a doctor would examine and wrap an injured arm on Isabel Handley.

WVMS STUDENTS BRUSH UP ON HEALTH

Sunday, March 11, 2012

PACAC COLLEGE FAIR SLATED

High school students and their parents from throughout Northeast Pennsylvania are invited to attend The Pennsylvania Association for College Admission Counseling (PACAC) 10th Annual Northeast Regional College Fair on Monday, April 30 at the Woodlands Inn and Resort. This event is free and open to the public. Representatives from colleges and universities from at least 19 states throughout the eastern United States and parts of the Midwest, South and West are expected to attend. The fair will be open from 9 a.m. to noon and from 6 to 8 p.m. College admissions counselors will be available during the day and in the evening, and financial aid officers will be available to answer questions. In addition, parents and students are invited to attend two evening workshops. The first, titled “The Financial Aid Process,” will be given at 5:30 p.m. and will provide an overview of the financial aid process. The second, titled “The No-Stress College Search,” will be presented at 6 p.m. and will outline the college search process. Both sessions will be held in the seminar room of the Woodlands (check the front lobby for locations). Parents and their children are encouraged to attend the evening college fair sessions together. Students are encouraged to bring pre-printed labels with their names, addresses, intended major, year of graduation and high school name to reduce time spent in filling out forms. Students and parents interested in getting more information about this fair may contact their school guidance counselors. High schools throughout the region are encouraged to make arrangements to transport their students to the fair during the morning hours. School guidance counselors interested in arranging transportation for their students for the morning session may contact Thomas Landon, King’s College Admissions Office, at 208-8389 for more information and registration forms. Financial lending institutions and tutorial programs interested in participating in the fair may contact Anne Lew, Wyoming Seminary College Guidance Counselor, at 570-270-2125.For more information, contact Lew at 570-270-2125 oralew@wyomingseminary.org.

ART FACULTY, ALUMNI DISPLAY WORKS

Luzerne County Community College recently held the annual Faculty and Alumni art exhibit at the College’s Schulman Gallery. The exhibit featured artwork by current LCCC faculty and invited alumni artists. Participating artists included Jenna Bauer, Sam Cramer, Diane Grant Czajkowski, Denise Evans, Jim Gavenus, Bernadette Harrison, Bill Karlotski, Michelle Leonard, Darrell McGinness, Debbie Molnar, Michael Molnar, Teri Moore, Kathy J. Moyer, Melinda Nardone, Peter Nardone, Kelly Olsyzk, Len Stankunas, Bill Stritzinger, Chris Vida, and Delores Vida. Shown at the exhibit opening are, from left, first row: Teri Moore, Wilkes-Barre; Denise Evans, Hunlock Creek, Melinda Nardone, Jeddo; Peter Nardone, Jeddo; and Kelly Olsyzk, Glen Lyon. Second row: Bill Stritzinger, Dallas; Jim Gavenus, Kingston; Bill Karlotski, Hunlock Creek; Delores Vida, Pittston; Douglas Martin, Forty Fort; and Sam Cramer, Harveys Lake.

ROSS FEBRUARY STUDENTS OF THE BUILDING

Seminary presents Music Festival

The Wyoming Seminary Music Department will present a Shostakovich Chamber Music Festival, featuring the music of Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich, at 8 p.m. on Saturday, March 31 and Sat 3 p.m. Sunday, April 1 in the Great Hall of Wyoming Seminary, 228 Wyoming Ave., Kingston, just north of Kingston Corners. The concerts will include instrumental and vocal works and will feature professional and student performers. The festival is free and open to the public. For more information, call 270-2192.

To help observe Dental Health Month, students at the Wyoming Valley Montessori School enjoyed a visit from Daiphin Borber, dental hygienist of the Back Mountain Dental Office. Students were made aware of good dental hygiene, tooth care and the importance of regular visits to the dentist. Students also received a special toothbrush, stickers and information thanks to dentist Dr. James C. DeFinnis, DDS, also of the Back Mountain Dental Office. Helping with the presentation was Dino, the happy tooth dinosaur, who entertained the students during a tooth brushing exercise. Some of the Wyoming Valley Montessori School students who participated in the Dental Health Month program, shown front row, from left: Leonardo Valic, 4, of Newfoundland; Dylan Harrison, 3, of Dallas (with Dino); Oliver Singh, 4, of Dallas; Mia Gramlish, 4, of Bear Creek; and Ava Leary, 4, of Forty Fort. Second row: Daiphin Borber, hygienist, Back Mountain Dental Office.

February Students of the Building at Ross Elementary School recognized for their citizenship, academics and/or improvement are, from left, first row, Emily Bacon, Dana Post, Trista Schechterly, Morgan Eiswerth, Timothy Schechterly and Mercedes Carey. Second row, Morgan Marchakitus, Mikella Monaco, Christopher Ash, Justin Feinauer, sixth-grade teacher; Melissa Boyer, Courtney Henninger, Jakob Trumbower, Tracey Stanley, kindergarten teacher; and Donald James, principal.


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Local curling enthusiast officiates at nationals By SARAH HITE shite@mydallaspost.com

Alison Piatt is an avid curler. Not the hair-twirling kind. She’s more interested in the Olympic sport of curling – a game where players hurl stones across sheets of ice towards a targeted area. It’s like a slippery version of shuffleboard. Piatt, of Pikes Creek, is so dedicated to the sport, she even volunteered (“I had to pay to volunteer,” she said) to officiate at the 2012 USA Curling National Championships at the IceWorks Skating Complex in Aston, Pa. It was the first time the sport had been held on the east coast in recent years. Previous events

The timer Alison Piatt, of Pikes Creek, had to man during the 2012 USA National Curling Championships in Aston, Pa. in February. Each draw, or game, lasts 73 minutes, and Piatt had to keep a watchful eye on the clock.

have been held in Fargo, N.D.; Kalamazoo, Mich.; Broomfield, Colo.; and Hibbing, Minn. Because of the closeness of the event, Piatt had planned to volunteer in any capacity she

could until she learned of the officiating courses in January. “It was a great opportunity for me to learn the rules and learn more about the sport,” said Piatt, who runs the Anthracite Curling Club in Wilkes-Barre and the Misericordia Curling Club. She completed two classes in one day in Philadelphia and had to record hours of service on the ice before she could be certified as an officiator. Little did she know her practical experience would come from the event in which curlers from across the country face off to qualify for the world competition, to be held in Switzerland in March, and the 2014 Olympics. Piatt manned a clock during each 73-minute draw, or game. The clock acts as a record for of-

ficials in the event players commit an error and a draw needs to be repeated. “Though I was intensely focused on the clock because you don’t want to mess it up, it was great to watch this really high level of excellent curling,” she said. Piatt travels often to play her favorite sport – most recently she traveled to Rhode Island to visit a fellow curler and participate in a tournament. For nationals, it was a no-brainer for her to get involved. “I enjoy officiating,” she said. “It’s another way to be involved in the sport I’m so passionate about.” She said it was also great to see regional curlers do well at the event – players on the men’s team from Ardsley, Pa. and

Plainfield, N.J. had qualified for the world championships. “It’s exciting to see that from a person who’s from a small area and has a small curling club that locals will compete at the world competition,” she said. Piatt said it was a different kind of experience - she’s usually comfortable in an ice rink, but this time she had the chills. “I live in northeastern Pa. and I like to curl, so I’m use to the cold,” she said. “But it was so cold – like two pairs of socks and two jackets cold.” Piatt plans to continue officiating when she can because it will help her learn more about the game she loves. “It’s both helpful to me and to my club here and it will only make me a better curler,” she said.

SPORTS BRIEFS Softball organization seeking players

Wyoming Valley Vipers travel softball organization is looking for a few players. Pitching is a plus. If interested, contact Jim Dunn at 333-4398 or 3328027.

BMYS hosts futsal/soccer league

Back Mountain Youth Soccer will host an indoor Futsal/Soccer league continuing through March for ages U6 to high school age at the Penn State Lehman Campus gym. FIFA futsal ball and rules will be used. Games will be played on weekends. All area intramural and travel teams are welcome. All area individual players seeking a team can sign up online as well. Divisions will be set to insure fair competition. More information and sign up sheets are available online at www.bmysa.org.

Knicks’ Jack Farrell, right, drives to the hoop past Suns’ Michael Starbuck.

Suns’ Michael Starbuck, right, goes in for a layup.

Knicks’ Aiden Conrad launches a three-pointer against the Suns.

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Basketball league sets tryout schedule

The U12 and U14 Endless Mountains Blast fastpitch teams are still looking for a few qualified players to fill their 2012 rosters. Those interested in U12 should contact John Keefe at 885-5808. Interested U14 players should contact Bill Kern at 498-5991. The Endless Mountains Blast is a travel fastpitch softball organization based in Tunkhannock. Additional information can be found at http://www.eteamz.com/ endlessmtblast, or by emailing ronh@sbsmod.com.

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Annalise Cheshire 50 Freestyle & 100 Freestyle Ava Baur 10 & Under 100 Freestyle Jordan Bond 6 & Under 50 Freestyle Dominic Augustine 14 & Under 200 Freestyle Hunter Kline, Madison Federici, Julia Sabol, Ava Baur Girls 10 & Under 200 Medley Relay

SECOND PLACE

Abby Zolner 12 & Under (2) 100 IM & 50 Fly Ava Baur 10 & Under 50 Freestyle Kaylin Augustine 14 & Under 100 Back Jordan Bond 6 & Under 25 Breast Porter Luksic 14 & Under 200 IM Gabriel DeLuna 6 & Under 25 Breast Tyler Manzoni 12 & Under 50 Breast Tyler Manzoni, Donovan McCall, Troy Reinert, Thomas Manzoni Boys 12 & Under Free Relay Ethan Meuser, Tal Richards, Tanner Manzoni, Gary Weaver Boys 8 & Under 100 Medley Relay Heather Shively, Madison Hurst, Abby Zolner, Annalise Cheshire Girls 12 & Under 200 Free Relay Lauren Finnegan, Krista Vivian, Julia Baur, Felicia Brittain Girls 14 & Under 200 Medley Relay

Kaylin Augustine 14 & Under 50 Free Madison Hurst 12 & Under 50 Fly Julia Baur 14 & Under 100 Fly Jordan Bond 6 & Under 25 Back Dominic Augustine 14 & Under 100 Fly Porter Luksic 14 & Under 100 Breast Amanda Puza, Lauryn Lombardo, Emma Thomas, Lauren Hurst Girls 8 & Under 100 Free Relay Jordyn Miller, Jessica Ravert, Taylor Cercone, Peyton Ross Girls 12 & Under 200 Medley Relay

Shooting Starz Gymnastics, 250 Johnston St., Wilkes-Barre, will accept enrollment for 2012 on February 25 and 27, April 14 and 23, June 11 and 25, August 18 and 27, October 15 and October 29 and December 22. For more information, please contact Joelle Rose at 822-1212.

Blast fastpitch teams seek players

The Dallas Mountaineer Aquatic Club had a strong showing at the Northeast PA Age Group Swim League District Championships, earning 69 medals (first eighth place) and 48 ribbons (ninth - 16th place). The event was held at the Wilkes-Barre CYC on Feb. 26 (boys) and March 4 (girls).

THIRD PLACE

Gymnastics program begins registration

Firm A.C. Basketball will hold tryouts for the spring 2012. The full tryout schedule is listed online at www.firmacbasketball.com. All tryouts will be held at the Kingston Rec. Center, 655Third Ave, Kingston. Cost is $40 which includes a t-shirt and the option to attend all of the tryouts. For more information and a registration form, e-mail firmacbasketball@gmail.com.

DMAC RESULTS

FOURTH PLACE

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Sun’s Todd Phillips, left, drives to the basket as Knicks’ Jack Farrell defends in the grade 3-4 Dallas Youth Basketball championship game at the Dallas High School gymnasium on Sunday afternoon.

7TH/8TH GRADE BOYS CHAMPIONSHIPS Spurs 55 Magic 38 Sukhmail Mathon poured in 30 points to lead the Spurs to a 55-38 win over the Magic in the championship game. Paul Zablotney added 10 points for the winners and Spencer Bowanko added 8 points and numerous assists. Chris Menning also played well for the winners. Lee Eckert led the Magic with 19 points while Nico Deluca added 6 points in a losing cause. Conner McCarty and Frankie Bevavi-

no played great defense for the Magic. 5TH/6TH GRADE BOYS CHAMPIONSHIPS Raptors 32 Hornets 30 Michael Anderson scored 14 points to lead the Raptors to a hard fought 32-30 victory over the Hornets in the title game. Josh Lupole added 10 points for the Raptors while Zack Bloom, Zack Palfey and Zack Hill all played excellent defense for the winners. The Hornets were led by Andrew Kovalick with 15 points while Derek Answini chipped in with 9 points in a losing cause. Nick Whitesell, Blaine Rex and Cole Wyffels

played excellent defense for the Hornets. 3RD/4TH GRADE BOYS CHAMPIONSHIPS Suns 48 Knicks 25 Todd Phillips exploded for 38 points as the Suns defeated the Knicks 48-25 in the championship game. Ethan Capitano and Michael Starbuck each added 5 points for the Suns while Nathaniel Spare and Cooper Kelly played excellent defense for the winners. Jack Farrell led the Knicks with 19 points while Aiden Conrad and Drew Lojewski also played well for the Knicks.

Madison Federici 10 & Under (2) 100 IM & 50 Breast Julia Baur 14 & Under 100 Freestyle Madison Hurst 12 & Under 50 Back Julia Sabol 10 & Under 50 Back Jarod Willis 14 & Under 200 Free Gary Weaver 8 & Under 25 Free Porter Luksic 14 & Under 100 Fly Thomas Manzoni 12 & Under (2) 100 Free & 50 Fly Tyler Manzoni 12 & Under 50 Back Mikail Krochta, Evan Sabecky, Garrett Pall, Conner McAndrew Boys 12 & Under 200 Medley Relay

FIFTH PLACE

Lauren Finnegan 14 & Under 200 Freestyle Hunter Kline 10 & Under 50 Back Jordyn Miller 12 & Under 50 Back

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PAUL BRACE WILL ATTEND MISERICORDIA Shown are, from left, first row: Danny Fuentes, Hazleton; Anass Mahmoud, Plains; Melicia Vukovich, Miners Mills; Alyxzandria Canfield, New Albany; Michelle Mayerski, Swoyersville; Tyler Morgan, Dallas; and Caleb Bellas, Dupont. Second row: Ron Strothers, Wilkes-Barre, gymnasium attendant, LCCC; Miranda Costa, Drums, fitness center attendant, LCCC; Hattie Mendez, Kingston; Jared Kline, Benton; Alia Goodrich, Plymouth; Mariah Curtis, Dupont; Joe O’Brien, Pittston; and Jackie Rice, Vestal, N.Y. Third row: Ed Gurtis, Kingston, chair and associate professor, health and physical education, LCCC; Luke Shillington, Shickshinny; Derek Reisinger, Swoyersville; Anthony Minier, Berwick; John Albanese, Nanticoke; Joe Katona, Hazleton; and Eoin Ellis, Harveys Lake.

Community college run benefits local charities

The Luzerne County Community College Health, Physical Education, and Exercise Science Department will hold a Run for a Purpose 5K Run/Fun Walk on Saturday, April 14, at 9 a.m., at the college’s campus in Nanticoke. Registration fee is $15 per person. Participants can register in advance or on the day of the

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Richard DeLuna 6 & Under 25 Free Dominic Augustine 14 & Under 100 Free John Andrews, Aidan Chapple, Thomas Doran, Blake Perrego Boys 8 & Under 100 Free Relay

SIXTH PLACE

Krista Vivian 14 & Under (2) 200 IM & 100 Breast Lauren Hurst 8 & Under 25 Free Abigail Bartuska 10 & Under 100 Free Hannah Kline 8 & Under 25 Back Lauren Finnegan 14 & Under 100 Back Richard DeLuna 6 & Under (2) 50 Free & 25 Back Gary Weaver 8 & Under 25 Back Hannah Kline, Brooke Martin, Gabriela Krochta, Savanna Eneboe Girls 8 & Under 100 Medley Relay

SEVENTH PLACE

Abigail Bartuska 10 & Under 100 IM Emma Berger 10 & Under (2) 50 Free & 100 Free Julia Sabol 10 & Under 50 Fly Heather Shively 12 & Under 100 Free Ethan Meuser 8 & Under (2) 25 Fly & 25 Back Gabriel DeLuna 6 & Under 25 Back Troy Reinert 12 & Under 50 Fly

race. Race day registration begins at 8 a.m., at the college’s gymnasium. Proceeds benefit local flood relief efforts and other charities. Awards will be given to the first overall male and female in the 5K Run. Awards also will be given to the top three finishers in the following age groups for both males and females in the

nowicz, Kanisha Cheshire, Grace Ciaccia Girls 10 & Under 200 Medley Relay Sonal Garg, Chloe Osborne, Melissa Leonard, Nichole Conrad Girls 10 & Under 200 Free Relay

NINTH PLACE

David Lipinski 10 & Under 100 IM Troy Reinert 12 & Under 50 Back Tal Richards 8 & Under 25 Breast

11TH PLACE

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Kathleen Brown 14 & Under 200 Free Felicia Brittain 14 & Under (2) 50 Free & 100 Free Taylor Cercone 12 & Under 100 Free Emma Thomas 8 & Under 25 Back Amanda Puza 8 & Under 25 Breast

Lindsey Jorda 12 & Under 50 Fly Savanna Eneboe 8 & Under 50 Free Tanner Manzoni 8 & Under 50 Free John Andrews 8 & Under 25 Back Logan Stambaugh 10 & Under 50 Breast Evan Sabecky 12 & Under 50 Breast

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Heather Shively 12 & Under 50 Free Peyton Ross 12 & Under 50 Back Jared Krawetz 14 & Under 200 Free Gabriel DeLuna 6 & Under 25 Free Avery Mesker, Jordan Stefa-

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Dallas High School standout athlete Paul Brace Jr. recently signed a letter of intent to attend Misericordia University. From left, are, Lu Ann Brace, mother; Paul Brace Jr., Paul Brace Sr., father. Second row, Brielle Brace, sister; Jeffrey Shaffer, Dallas High School principal; Nancy Roberts, Dallas School District athletic director; and Logan Brace, brother.

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ney characters, Spongebob Squarepants and firefighters as a few suggestions. The fundraiser was a silent art auction featuring pieces created by students from Wyoming Valley Montessori School. The artwork for sale included pieces replicated from famous paintings, such as the “Mona Lisa.” Angela Carpenter, of Lehman Township, was happy to help. Her daughter’s painting was featured at the auction, but she felt the organization it benefitted was a great cause. “It’s a great fundraiser for a great cause – it’s a no miss,” she said. “It’s nice to get the kids ex-

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Angela Carpenter attends a benefit art auction.

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FORD ‘76 THUNDERBIRD All original $12,000

MERCEDES ‘76 450 SL $24,000

MERCEDES ‘29

Kit Car $9,000 (570) 655-4884 hell-of-adeal.com

Call 829-7130 to place your ad. ONLY ONL NLY NL L ONE N LE L LEA LEADER. E DER D .

CHEVY ’77 CORVETTE Red & red, all

original. No hits, restoration. Rides and looks new. Exceptionally clean. A/c, pb, ps, pw, 51K $13,900 OBO 570-563-5056

412 Autos for Sale

09 ESCAPE XLT $11,495 10 Suzuki sx4 $11,995 09Journey SE $12,495 07 FOCUS SE $8995 04 XL7 4X4 $8,995 10 FUSION SEL $13,995 Full Notary Service Tags & Title Transfers

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Runs good, air, automatic, fair shape. $1,800. 347-693-4156

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OLDSMOBILE `68 DELMONT

FORD `52 COUNTRY SEDAN CUSTOM LINE

STATION WAGON V8, automatic, 8 passenger, 3rd seat, good condition, 2nd owner. REDUCED TO $6,500. 570-579-3517 570-455-6589

MAZDA `88 RX-7 CONVERTIBLE

1 owner, garage kept, 65k original miles, black with grey leather interior, all original & never seen snow. $7,995. Call 570-237-5119

MAZDA `88 RX-7 CONVERTIBLE

1 owner, garage kept, 65k original miles, black with grey leather interior, all original & never seen snow. $7,995. Call 570-237-5119

Must Sell! Appraised for $9,200 • All original

45,000 miles • 350 Rocket engine • Fender skirts • Always garaged Will sell for $6,000 Serious inquires only 570690-0727

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Boats & Marinas

MERCEDES 1975 Good interior & exterior. Runs great! New tires. Many new parts. Moving, Must Sell. $1,300 or best offer 570-362-3626 Ask for Lee

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MERCEDES-BENZ `73 450SL with Convertible

removable hard top, power windows, AM /FM radio with cassette player, CD player, automatic, 4 new tires. Champagne exterior; Italian red leather interior inside. Garage kept, excellent condition. Reduced price to $26,000. Call 570-825-6272

MERCURY `79 ZEPHYR

6 cylinder automatic. 52k original miles. Florida car. $1500. 570-899-1896

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Motorcycles

Johnson, Bow mounted trolling motor, 2 fish finders, live well, bilge, lights, swivel seats and trailer. Garage kept. $6500.

HARLEY DAVIDSON ‘80 Soft riding FLH.

King of the Highway! Mint original antique show winner. Factory spot lights, wide white tires, biggest Harley built. Only 28,000 original miles! Never needs inspection, permanent registration. $7,995 OBO 570-905-9348

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Motorcycles

BMW 2010 K1300S

Only 460 miles! Has all bells & whistles. Heated grips, 12 volt outlet, traction control, ride adjustment on the fly. Black with lite gray and red trim. comes with BMW cover, battery tender, black blue tooth helmet with FM stereo and black leather riding gloves (like new). paid $20,500. Sell for

$15,000 FIRM.

Call 570-262-0914 Leave message.

HARLEY 2011 HERITAGE SOFTTAIL Black. 1,800 miles.

ABS brakes. Security System Package. $16,000 firm. SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY 570-704-6023

YAMAHA ‘97 ROYALSTAR 1300

12,000 miles. With windshield. Runs excellent. Many extras including gunfighter seat, leather bags, extra pipes. New tires & battery. Asking $4,000 firm. (570) 814-1548

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BUYING JUNK VEHICLES $300 AND UP

$125 EXTRA IF DRIVEN, DRAGGED OR PUSHED IN!

Red, XLT, Original non-smoking owner, garaged, synthetic oil since new, excellent in and out. New tires and battery. 90,000 miles. $7,500 (570) 403-3016

JEEP ‘97 GRAND CHEROKEE LAREDO 4.0-ATM, 4WD, 128,000 miles, full power, minor body & mechanical work needed for state inspection. Recent radiator & battery. $2,500. OBO. 570-239-8376

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FLAGSTAFF `08 CLASSIC NOW BACK IN PA.

Super Lite Fifth Wheel. LCD/DVD flat screen TV, fireplace, heated mattress, ceiling fan, Hide-a-Bed sofa, outside speakers & grill, 2 sliders, aluminum wheels, , awning, microwave oven, tinted safety glass windows, fridge & many accessories & options. Excellent condition, $22,500. 570-868-6986 WINNEBAGO ‘02 ADVENTURER 35 Foot, double slides, V-10 Ford. Central air, full awnings, one owner, pet & smoke free. Excellent condition and low mileage. $68,000. Call 570-594-6496

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Trucks/ SUVs/Vans

CADILLAC `99 ESCALADE 97k miles. Black

with beige leather interior. 22” rims. Runs great. $8,500 Call 570-861-0202 Auto. V6 Vortec. Standard cab. 8’ bed with liner. Dark Blue. 98,400 miles. $4,999 or best offer 570-823-8196

CHRYSLER `02 TOWN & COUNTRY

Call Chuck at 570-466-2819

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Trucks/ SUVs/Vans

FORD ‘02 EXPLORER

CHEVY `99 SILVERADO

MIRRORCRAFT ‘01 FISHING BOAT LOADED. 30 hp

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Luxury people mover! 87,300 well maintained miles. This like-new van has third row seating, power side & rear doors. Economical V6 drivetrain and all available options. Priced quick sale for $6,295. Generous trade-in allowances will be given on this top-of-the-line vehicle. Call Fran 570-466-2771 Scranton

GMC `05 SAVANA

1500 Cargo Van. AWD. V8 automatic. A/C. New brakes & tires. Very clean. $10,750. Call 570-474-6028

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MERCURY `03 MOUNTAINEER

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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 $8,995. 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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MITSUBISHI `11

OUTLANDER SPORT SE AWD, Black interi-

or/exterior, start/ stop engine with keyless entry, heated seats, 18” alloy wheels, many extra features. Only Low Miles. 10 year, 100,000 mile warranty. $22,500. Willing to negotiate. Serious inquires only - must sell, going to law school. (570) 793-6844

RANGE ROVER ‘07 SPORT

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Building/ Construction/ Skilled Trades

Roofers, Siding & Experienced Carpenters

Supercharged 59,000 miles, fully loaded. Impeccable service record. $36,000 570-283-1130

Must have valid drivers license. Local work. Call (570) 287-5313 or apply within at 197 Courtdale Ave. Courtdale, PA 18704

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Education/ Training

EDUCATION As proven leaders in early childhood education and family development, Luzerne County Head Start is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for over 1000 children and families in Luzerne and Wyoming Counties. We are looking for dedicated, enthusiastic individuals to become a member of the Head Start Team as a CLASSROOM SUBSTITUTE in our preschool centers! We have vacancies in following areas: Hazleton, Wilkes-Barre, Nanticoke and West Side. Visit our website at www.lchs.hsweb.org for details. Submit resume/cover letter and 3 letters of reference to LCHS, ATTN: Human Resources, PO Box 540, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18703-0540. Fax #570-829-6580. Current ACT 34, ACT 151 and FBI Clearances are required for employment. E.O.E. M/F/V/H. NO PHONE CALLS

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548 Medical/Health

Friendship House is looking for qualified candidates to join the new and exciting Early Childhood Clinical Home Team for Trauma Informed Care. The team will provide services and interventions that are sensitive to trauma histories of the youth and family and promote healing and recovery in the community. Mental Health Professionals: The clinical professionals on the team are Master’s degree prepared clinicians. Training and experience in family systems and trauma informed care preferred. Must have one of the following licenses/certifications: 1. License in social work 2. License in psychology 3. License as a professional counselor 4. License in nursing with additional certification by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) or the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) certification as a Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner 5. Certification as a national board certified counselor. Behavioral Health Worker: The BHW is a bachelor’s prepared individual with at least 2 years experience in a clinical setting. Under the supervision of the MHP, the BHW implements the individualized interventions, conducts observations of youth, tracks progress on treatment objectives, provide group and family sessions under the direction of the MHP, and performs case management and crises intervention functions. Both the Mental Health Professionals and Behavioral Health Workers are full-time positions and require a flexible schedule.

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Business/ Strategic Management

Executive Director

High energy nonprofit is hiring a fulltime Executive Director. A Bachelor’s degree in health and human services, communications, business administration, public relations or social sciences is preferred. The successful candidate must demonstrate strong community involvement , excellent communication skills, self-motivation and the ability to work collaboratively with a wide range of individuals. Experience in fundraising, volunteer management, fiscal management, event planning and website/social media are necessary. Send cover letter, resume and references to Wyoming County United Way c/o Milnes Companies 12 Frear Hill Rd. Tunkhannock, Pa. 18657 by March 26, 2012. Wyoming County United Way is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Private Golf Club in Sugarloaf, Pa is seeking an experienced

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IT/Software Development

Entry Level Network Administrator

Manufacturing company is looking for an Entry Level Network Administrator who sets up, configures, and supports internal and/or external networks. Develops and maintains all systems, applications, security, and network configurations. Troubleshoots network performance issues and creates and maintains a disaster recovery plan. Recommends upgrades, patches, and new applications and equipment. Provides technical support and guidance to users. The successful candidate must work independently; have 2 to 3 years prior experience. Must have working knowledge of fundamental operations of windows based servers, Windows XP, Windows 7, Networking Microsoft office; prior experience handling customer questions is a must. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package. Send resume and salary history to: C/O TIMES LEADER BOX 3025 15 N. MAIN ST. WILKES-BARRE, PA 18711-0250

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Installation/ Maintenance/ Repair

INVISIBLE FENCE INSTALLER

“Invisible Fence” technology keeps dogs safer. Training is provided to operate ditch witch and install underground wire and components. Full time physical job. Must have good math skills, clean driving record and be courMust pass teous. physical & drug test. Call or email Brian at Harvis Interview Service for application or questions: 542-5330 or ifnepa. jobs@gmail.com

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Dayshift, 11p-7a and weekend only shifts available. Looking for caring & compassionate people for Alzheimer’s assisted living facility. Must be a high school graduate. Reliable applicants need only apply. No phone calls please. APPLY WITHIN.

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NEPA FLORAL & GIFT SHOP Including delivery van, coolers, all inventory, displays, computer system, customer list, website and much more. Turn key operation in prime retail location. $125,000 For more information Call 570.592.3327

Logistics/ Transportation

DRIVER/ WAREHOUSE PERSON Apply Within

504 South Main St. Wilkes-Barre

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Drivers Needed to Service Accounts Will train. Excellent

salary plus commission. Cash daily. Medical benefits plus pension. Work locally or nationwide. Call between 8am-6pm. Job info 201-708-6546 Manager 732-642-3719 Drivers-CDL-A: Local Hazleton Dedicated route! Home every night! Great Pay, Benefits! Estenson Logistics. Apply: www.goelc.com 1-866-336-9642 GENERAL

SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS

West Side, semi retired & home makers welcome, will train. 570-288-8035

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DIRECT CARE WORKER

Allied Services In-Home Services division has parttime weekend night shift hours available in Luzerne County. Minimum of one (1) year home care experience and valid PA driver’s license required. If interested, please apply online at: www. allied-services.org or call Trish Tully at (570) 348-2237. BILINGUAL INDIVIDUALS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY. ALLIED SERVICES IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

FIREFIGHTER / EMT

Part Time. Current Firefighter, EMT and EVO certifications required. Email resume to KUNKLE31@EPIX.NET. KUNKLE FIRE CO., INC.

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Residential Care Aides Part time positions.

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LAKESIDE NURSING CENTER

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BANQUET MANAGER

for its upscale dining facility. Must have experience in booking functions and the overall operations of the dining room during service. Also must have excellent communication skills, team building ability, lead by example, and be able to manage change effectively. This is a year-round position. Please send resumes to: vccchefs@ptd.net or call 788-1112 ext. 118 to set up an interview.

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Air Conditioners

AIR CONDITIONER, large, used one season. $115 570-822-9617

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D A L L A S Appliances

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P O S T Building Materials

BASEBOARD Marley 6’ electric baseboard heaters, 2 each. Model 2546 WC. Like New, $40 for both. 824-5588 GENE’S RECONDITIONED APPLIANCES 60 Day Warranty Monday-Friday 8:00PM-5:00PM Saturday 8:00AM-11:00AM Gateway Shopping Center Kingston, PA

(570) 819-1966 MINI FREEZER works good. $50. 570-336-2944 PRESSURE COOKER, electric Wolfgang Puck Bistro Collection 7.5 quart complete with inner basket for steaming, instruction/ recipe book and additional glass lid for serving. Never used. $50. 570-283-3574

DOOR 36”x80” solid wood, 6panel exterior/interior, natural oak finish, right or left with hardware $200. Handmade solid wrought iron mail box stand with fancy scroll $100. 570-735-8730 570-332-8094 PORCH & STEPS $80, STEPS. $40.For Mobile Home. Negotiable 570-693-1304 SINK, bathroom includes new faucet 18”x24” $15. 570-696-1030 WINDOW. Double hung. Low E, Argon gas. White. 28 1/4 x 45, still in box. $100 570-288-7753

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Antiques & Collectibles

COIN silver gun Spencer repeating rifle on front, some history on back. Approximately 0.678 oz .999 silver. $35. 570-262-0708

STOVE coal burning stove Old fashioned antique white Dickson kitchen stove with warming closet has 6 lids. $650. 570-735-2081

CEMETERY 2 LOTS asking $1,000. For more info call (610) 366-8463

COINS. Washington quarters ‘32-’34D, ‘35, ‘36, ‘36D-37. $90. 570-287-4135

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FOOTBALL CARDS NY Giants, 70 cards, $7. College football players on pro teams, Penn State. 207 cards $15. Moving out of state, must sell. 570-313-5214 YEARBOOKS: From Northwest High ‘73, ‘76, ‘77 & ‘78. Souderton High ‘61. South Hills High ‘50. MMI Prep ‘84. $25 & up. 570-825-4721

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Appliances

FREEZER 16 cu. ft. upright, works, older, not frost free, good for cabin, etc. FREE 333-4199

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Appliances

WATER HEATER Used tall 40 gallon gas, GE, 7 months old. Great condition. Selling for $100. 570-510-5600

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Baby Items

CRADLE & SWING: baby girl purple fisher Price purchased at Babies R Us. paid $169. asking $70. Excellent condition. 570-301-3484 or 570-631-6635

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Baby Items

TEETER hang ups inversion table. Like new, used very little. Paid $300, sacrifice for $125. I can’t use due to medical problem. If interested call 836-0304. WAGAN MINI STEPPER battery powered unit with 4 readout specs. $35. 570-287-8498

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Exercise Equipment

WORKOUT SYSTEM SM 3000 IMPEX Powerhouse Smith machine includes 275 lbs. weights with holder, bar bell, set of dumb bells, excellent condition $450. 417-8390

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Furnaces & Heaters

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Furniture & Accessories

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Furniture & Accessories

ALL NEW Queen P-Top Serta Made Mattress Set, still in original plastic. Must sell. $150. Can Deliver 570-280-9628

BED FRAME & metal headboard, blue, twin size. $10. 570-235-6056

ANTIQUE hall tree with bevel mirror brass coat or hat hooks with hinged seat storage bin 6’ high, excellent condition asking $300.570-655-9472

BEDROOM SET 4 piece, triple dresser, triple chest, frame, headboard + nite stand. Medium color solid wood, very heavy, etching on top of all pieces + individual scrolling, excellent condition, must see. Moving too large for room $375. 258-0568

HEATERS 2, 1 kerosene radiant 10 with manual & pump $75. 1 carbon fiber electric, new in box, never used, free standing or wall mountable $49. 570-636-3151

ARMOIRE Large, sturdy white wicker armoire. 42” wide X 90” high. Very good condition. $55. Call 570-675-4777

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BED SET Twin complete, hardly used, excellent condition. was in our spare bedroom. $150 570-814-4315

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KENNETH COLE Beige, size 6, hardly worn. $75. 570-855-5385 TOP COAT size 46 reg Harbor light from New York. gray, zip out lining excellent condition $50. 570-814-4315

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Computer Equipment & Software

PAMPERS 2 cases boys Ez Up Pampers size 4t-5t 78 count. $35. 570-675-5878

COMPUTER, Dell Windows XP 3GHZ processor, 120 GB hard drive, fast, better than 7. $150. 570-824-7354

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STATIONERY exercise bicycle $50. 570-735-2081

CEMETERY PLOTS

(3) together. Maple Lawn Section of Dennison Cemetery. Section ML. $450 each. 570-822-1850

Exercise Equipment

STATIONARY BIKE Weslo pursuit 350 $50. PROFORM XP 160 elliptical machine $200. please leave message @ 823-9320

Cemetery Plots/Lots

REFRIGERATOR Whirlpool side by side, white, ice & water in the door, brand new, must sell, $575. call 4724744 or 824-6533

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BEDROOM SET: 6 piece, black lacincludes, quer, dresser, mirror, chest, 2 nightstands & headboard. $400 570- 814-5477

To place your ad call...829-7130 CLOCK, mantel, Working. $45 570-574-0271

DESK, wooden $25, CHAIR, fabric, $30 Mini Blinds, brand new in boxes, 3 burgundy, 3 ivory, 2 white, $10 each. 31x64. 693-1304 DESK: Solid light oak roll top, matching desk chair on rollers. 46”WX21”in depth, drawers plus pencil drawer. Roll top compartment has an organizer. Excellent condition. $350. 262-0668.

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DINING TABLES (3) extensions with $20. each 60’s console record player with 8 track & radio $35. Antique dressing table with mirror $35.570-825-3888

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* 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 FUTON: good condition, asking $50. Please leave message @ 823-9320

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HUNTLEY furniture pieces, 2 - corner lighted china cabinet & buffet, blond mahogany accented with shabby chic painted accent design, versatile pieces. Motivated seller. $300. OBO. 570-466-6481 LAMPS (2) parlor stand up, grey metal & black. $25 each. 570-740-1246

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BED. $35, TABLES (2) end, $20. LAMP, $5. SHEETS, twin (5 sets) $18, JACKETS, (2) women’s, $12. $100 for all will sell separately. 570-822-9617

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BUYING/ SELLING ALL US &

Foreign Coins Currency Postcards Stamps Gold & Silver •TOP DOLLAR for Silver Dollars •TOP DOLLAR for all United States, Canadian, & Foreign Coins & Paper Money •Gold Coins greatly needed •Proof & Mint Sets •Wheat Backs & Indian Heads •All Types of Old Coins •Gold & Silver Jewelry & Bullion •Sterling Silver •Local Postcards NO ONE WILL MATCH OUR PRICE$ We Give FREE Appraisals (No obligations, no pressure) Over 35 years as a respected local coin dealer.

HERITAGE GALLERIES

ROCKER, platform rocks and swivels. $125. CHAIR, wooden rocking with beautiful detailing. $150. ENTERTAINMENT CENTER, good condition. $30 570-822-5391

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SOFA and Love Seat. Brown. $450. 570-235-9287 after 3PM TABLE, Magazine, maple with marble top 21” x 6’ $300. 570-735-8730/ 570-332-8094 TODDLER BED Step 2 Firetruck, like brand new. Asking $75. OBO 592-8218 TODDLER/youth bed, Lightning Macqueen complete includes bedding to match, used at grandmom’s $100. 570-675-5878 WATER BED queen size, platform, with 6 storage drawers, bookcase & headboard. New queen beige linens in package asking $60. 570-823-2691

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Pride Mobility Lift Chair purchased June/2010. Excellent condition. Color is close to hunter green. Extremely heavy & will need several people to move it. $400. Firm Cash only please. Call 570-696-2208 between 9a-8p

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Jewelry

RINGS. 36 ladies and mens. $5 each 570-574-0271

752 Landscaping & Gardening LAWNMOWER 21” MTD 5 hp, looks & runs like new, very light & easy to push. Not self propelled. Just services & ready for the season. $70. OBO. 570-283-9452 WHEELBARROW. New. Red with wood handles. $65 negotiable. 693-1304

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Medical Equipment

BED, Hospital with rails. $250. CHAIR, Jazzy, grey, purple & blue. $500. Neg. 570-693-1304 BLOOD PRESSURE UNIT - A/C D/C power; monitors blood pressure and heart beat $100. 570-829-1611 LIFT CHAIR by Pride, like new Brown fabric. $400. 570-824-0999

BEDLINER: 89 Chevy S10 truck bedliner, standard 6’ cab $15. Gong Show movie DVD $10. 5 storm windows $10. each. 570-740-1246 BIRD CAGE, very big 24”lx17”wx31”h, like new. $80. 814-4315 CANES & walking sticks, new batch. Over 40 available, made from slippery maple trees. $4-$5 each. Over 200 Christmas & household items. Includes, Christmas trees, lights, cups, flowers, vases, wreaths, ornaments & more! Samsonite belt massager for weight loss, all for $60. 570-735-2081 CANOE Grumman all aluminum 15’ $900.570/388-6812 CIGAR HUMIDOR upright armoire style with front door & top door, dark oak holds 100 cigars Excellent condition. $50. 570-655-9472 COLLEGE BOOKS American Pageant Psychology Personal Management Process Fundamentals of management Science Algebra for college students Little Brown Book on composition $5. each. 570-655-9474 GOLF CLUBS & BAG $125.00 Nissan truck bed extender $100. Tires 16” 2 for $45. Bathroom sink antique $75. Mink collar persian lamb coat $100. (12) wine gal wine jugs $12. 570-346-8515 MAGAZINES 50 Sports Illustrated including 3 swimsuit issues. Miscellaneous dates varying from ‘08-’11 $40. 570-417-9913 MOWER Honda $150. 20” alum ladder $75. 12.000 btu air conditioner $150. Milw 3/4’drill $50. Heavy air mover $50. 18 volt Ryobi tool set with 2 batteries, $200. Cast iron free & dumbells wiights $75. heavy duty grinder $75. Large dog coop $50, small coop $35. 570-823 -9553 NIKON RANGEFINDER archers choice with neoprene case. Excellent shape. $100.570-336-2944 POOL TABLE Harvard 79”x44” 2 cue sticks & wall mount Cue stick holder Excellent condition. $100. 570-430-1396 POOL TABLE: 8’ fair condition. Felt top useable but needs repair. Included: 1 pool stick, 2 sets of pool balls. Asking $250. Call (570) 823-9320 and leave message.

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WHEELS aluminum factory 16”set of [4] mint condition off 2011 Kia Forte with lug nuts $500. Snap-On 3/4” torque wrench with case excellent condition $375. 570-

EVERLAST HEAVY BAG with chain $35. 570-954-2712

WELDER Lincoln electric 220 ac/dc arc welder, single phase, 60 hertz, 230 volts, 50 amps, 225 amps hc or 125 amps dc at 25 volts, 79 volts max on wheels code# 8811702 $400. 570-7358730/ 332-8094

Musical Instruments

AMP HEAD Marshall JCM2000 dual super lead dsl 50 watt tube. works & sounds great! $725 call rick 283-2552 DRUMSET Ludwig barely used, very little signs of usage! Includes bass drum (23”), snare, hi-hats (14”), ride (16”) & crash (18”) Avanti symbols with stands, 2 toms (12/14”), floor tom (16”) & foot pedal. Burgundy color finish. However, missing throne. $400 firm. Great buy for it’s condition! Call 570-855-3382.

768

Personal Electronics

BLUETOOTH HEADSETS 1 Plantronics 240 Explorer 1 Jabra BT2035 new in original packaging. Asking $30 each. 570-675-1153

776 Sporting Goods ARCHERY. Bow $40 570-574-0271 BIKE RACK: Thule cars or SUVS, holds 4 bikes $50. Yakima bike rack fits class 3 hitch holds 4 bikes $100.. Surf rod and reel combo $75. 570-655-9472

COBRA S-9 irons, steel, reg 6-7-8-9W $100. firm. Vintage Yonex woods graphite head shafts 1-3-5 $60. Slazenger cart/bag slotted $25. 570-829-4016

776 Sporting Goods DRIVER Callaway Lefthand Razr Hawk Draw 10.5 graphite shaft, 60 regular flex, head cover. excellent condition. $135. 570-881-1001.

GOLF CLUBS. Nike Slingshot OSS, 4AW Iron set graphite. Regular flex. Excellent condition. $200 negotiable. 735-3762 POOL TABLE bar room size slate pool table. $600. Call Jack 570-824-9166 POOL TABLE, excellent condition, paid $1,200; asking $350. 283-2045 POOL TABLE, Sears championship table & accessories. FREE. 288-9609 SPORT BOW: Hoyt ultra, new strings & cables. Drop a way rest & lighted sights. Excellent condition. $150. 570-336-2944

780

Televisions/ Accessories

TV 36” 34”W, 29 1/2” H, 25” D. Great working TV. Manufactured by Sears $55. 14” RCA 14 w X 13” h X 14” D $20. Opentech Miracle phone for the hearing impaired, instructional video $20. 570-288-8689 TV 63” SAMSUNG DLP HD 1080, excellent condition. Very light usage. $850. 570-690-6087

Tools

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SNOW THROWER Craftsman 5HP, 24” 2 stage $175 Mtn Top 570-239-2037

STAMP collecting magazines. U.S., 158 DIFF. ’83-’11, all for $5. Canada, 138 DIFF. ‘92-11, $5. United Nations 94 DIFF., ‘93-’11, $4. 570-654-1622 TIRES. Studded snow (2) Traction King plus/10 ply. 245-75-16-M&S. Lightly used. $149. Additional set, not studded, $89. 570-333-4827 VACUUM CLEANER The Garry with attachments, 3 extra bags $40. 570-824-0999 WHEELS: Windstar factory aluminum wheels with tires p21565r16 $200. 570-696-2212

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Cats

KITTY: Snowy, adopt free pure white male DSH, needs loving home 20 months old, playful all around good kitty. Beautiful, small young adult. Fully veted, papers call Nina, 570-851-0436

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BACKHOES

796 Wanted to Buy Merchandise

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CARS,

BULLDOZERS

MICROSOFT XBOX console. 3 games. All power and video cables. Wireless Gamepad. Works great. $75 or best offer. 570-871-8241.

SNOW THROWER Ariens 7hp electric start, tire chains, 24” cut just serviced, runs well $395. 570-636-3151

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ALL JUNK

DUMPTRUCKS

Video Game Systems/Games

TV LG 47LW6500 3D Smart 240hz, 8 pairs of glasses, built in WIFI, perfect condition, 2 months old. Gets excellent reviews. $1000. Call /text 570-472-1309

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WANTED

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Dogs

PAWS

Wanted:

KID TRAX 18 months + 6 volt power system in box, never opened, battery charger included $80. 570-328-4927

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VITO’S & GINO’S

CAR. Flyer box car in ok box. $20 570-574-0172

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796 Wanted to Buy Merchandise

786 Toys & Games

Dogs

Corgi’s, Pembroke Males & Females. Reds & Tri’s. shots & wormed, $400$495. Pics avail. 570-799-0192

GOLDEN SETTER PUPPIES!!

GOLDEN RETRIEVER mix. 6 months. Male all shots with crate. Likes dogs, cats and kids. Needs room to run. $150. 570-287-8150 leave message

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SHIH-TZU PUPPIES

Pure Bred & Mixes $375 and up 570-250-9690

840

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Pet Services

SPRING TRAINING SEASON IS HERE!’ Have some fun

with your dog! PUPPY CLASS & BASIC Starts March 17th BEGINNER AGILITY & THERAPY DOG Start March 24th & 25th Call Mary at 570-332-4095 or Phyllis at 570-814-9317

906 Homes for Sale

BACK MOUNTAIN Centermorland

529 SR 292 E For sale by owner Move-in ready. Well maintained. 3 - 4 bedrooms. 1 ¾ bath. Appliances included. 2.87 acres with mountain view. For more info & photos go to: ForSaleByOwner.com Search homes in Tunkhannock. $275,000. For appointment, call: 570-310-1552

900 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 906 Homes for Sale Having trouble paying your mortgage? Falling behind on your payments? You may get mail from people who promise to forestall your foreclosure for a fee in advance. Report them to the Federal Trade Commission, the nation’s consumer protection agency. Call 1-877FTC-HELP or click on ftc.gov. A message from The Times Leader and the FTC.

WILKES-BARRE

Large, stately brick home in Historic District. Large eat-in kitchen, dining room 2 fireplaces, 5 full baths & 2 half baths. Huge master with office. Large 3rd floor bedroom. 2 story attic. Custom woodwork & hardwood floors. Leaded glass, large closets with built-ins. Needs some updates. With large income apt. with separate entrance. Call for appointment. ASKING $300,000 Call 570-706-5917

SUGARLOAF REDUCED!!!! houses. Must sell HUSKY & PIT BULL MIX 2together. Each has PUPPIES

Five females with bright blue eyes. 13 weeks old, very loveable, first shots. $150. READY TO GO! 570-313-2109

1 female, 3 males left, vet checked and 1st shots call 570-417-3107

815

its own utilities on 2.5 + acres. 3 car garage with 3 large attached rooms. For Sale By Owner. $239,900 Call (570) 788-5913

The Dallas Post Call 1-800-273-7130 APPLIANCES WASHER / DRYER / RANGE REFRIGERATOR

Bring in old part with model # and serial #

LOCAL PROS

APPLIANCE PARTS & SUPPLY 936 Market Street, Kingston Open 9-4:30-Sat ‘til Noon - 288-5526

AUTO BODY PHONE: (570) 823-2211 FAX: (570) 824-0553

Rick’s Body Shop Fender Benders

INSURANCE ESTIMATES • COLLISION REPAIRS FOREIGN & DOMESTIC • QUALITY CRAFTSMANSHIP 105 WEST SAYLOR AVE. CALL PLAINS, PA 18702 RICK OR NICK

CONTRACTOR COMPLETE REMODELING KITCHENS & BATHROOMS

Additions, Decks, Roofing, Soffits, Porches, Replacement Windows, Blown In Insulation

THOMAS DANIELS 570-675-2995

General Contractor

ELECTRICIAN

POPCORN butter dispenser, Server brand, lighted front. Very good condition $295. 570-636-3151 SHOP VAC wet/dry, 16 gallon, filters & attachments included, very good condition, $25. 570-696-1030.

P O S T

758 Miscellaneous

762

758 Miscellaneous

RETRO/MID CENTURY MODERN BEDROOM SET INCLUDES FULL BED COMPLETE, 2 NIGHT STANDS, MIRRORED DRESSER AND FULL DRESSER ASKING $350 OBO (570) 655-1546

ROCKER, wood/tapestry, $75. RECLINER, Burgundy velour cloth, $125. SOFA, chair, ottoman, 3 tables, great for den. Wood and cloth, all in excellent condition. $450. Call after 6 PM 570-675-5046

LIFT CHAIR, new purchased 12/2011, never used, original cost $870 will sell $500 cash. 570-693-3104

WHEELCHAIR. JET 3 ULTRA power. Hardly used, 2 rechargeable batteries. $800. 570-458-6133

DESK: wood computer desk , pull out keyboard tray, lower shelf to hold tower off the floor, slotted CD holders in the side pillars along with shelves, 31 1/2”w x 19 1/2”d x 55 1/2 “h $40. READING LAMP, hangs on wall wooden base $20. 570-650-8710 DINING TABLE & HUTCH, solid oak, with glass lighted top. Excellent condition. $850. Call 570-690-4484

Medical Equipment

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941

Apartments/ Unfurnished

KINGSTON

BEAR CREEK 10+2ACRES with homes.

Good for primary home, vacation or investment. Property includes: 10.2 acres (3 separate parcels) bordering state game lands House with master bedroom suite, large kitchen, oversized living room, family room, guest bathroom, oversized deck (24 x 32). Private Guest House with living room/kitchen combo, large bedroom, bathroom. Outbuilding for storage & covered pavilion. email: csmith7433@ aol.com 570-472-3152

909

Income & Commercial Properties

E.Light, WALNUT ST. bright, 1st

941

Apartments/ Unfurnished

60 DAY COMING ATTRACTION

NORTH WILKES-BARRE

“America Realty”

MANAGED SERVICES! BRAND NEW KITCHENS, CARPETS, featuring appliances, laundry, some aesthetic fireplaces, parking. NO PETS/SMOKING/EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION/2 YEAR SAME RENT/ PLUS UTILITIES 1st-2nd FLOORS. Rents start at $550. (1 Bedroom) Up!l

288-1422

NANTICOKE 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8

unit apartment buildings. Fully occupied. City license and occupancy permits issued. Very well maintained. Some have new windows, roofs, coinop washer/dryer. 570-736-3125

912 Lots & Acreage

BACK MOUNTAIN

Dallas Area Building lots available. Lot/home packages. Call for details. 570-675-4805

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915 Manufactured Homes

SHAVERTOWN

ECHO VALLEY ESTATES Double wide modular, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, gas heat, central air, corner lot. New roof, furnace, & water heater. Two sheds. $42,900 Call 570-696-1582 to set an appointment.

941

Apartments/ Unfurnished

HARVEYS LAKE 1 BEDROOM

APARTMENT Located off the lake. Stackable washer & dryer, all utilities included. $695/ month. Call 570-675-4600 or 570-639-2331 KINGSTON & Surrounding Areas WYOMING 1 bedroom, 1st floor, newly remodeled, quiet neighborhood. Off street parking, $500/month. KINGSTON: 1 & 2 bedroom apartments. Near Market St. & shopping. $450-$465. WILKES-BARRE 2 bedroom apt. Off street parking. $460. 4 bedroom 1/2 double, newly remodeled $675. Apartments include appliances. Credit check/references/ lease required. Tina Randazzo Property Manager 570-899-3407

KINGSTON 72 E. W alnut St.

3rd floor, 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

941

Apartments/ Unfurnished

IN THE HEART OF WILKES-BARRE

Immediate Occupancy!!

Efficiencies available @30% of income

floor, 2 bedrooms, elevator, carpeted, security system. Garage. Extra storage & cable TV included. Laundry facilities. Air Conditioned. Fine neighborhood. Convenient to bus & stores. No pets. References. Security. Lease. No smokers please. $765 + utilities. Call. 570-287-0900

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Spacious, Modern & Stylish

2 story 2 bedroom apt. Oak kitchen with snack bar plus all appliances, 1-1/2 baths, in-home office, of street parking, large maintenance free yard. $950 month includes heat/hot water budget & sewer. Rest of utilities by tenant. Sorry no smoking or pets. Lease, security & references. 570-824-9507.

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796 Wanted to Buy Merchandise

WE PAY THE MOST IN CASH

BUYING 11am to 6pm

LARKSVILLE

Very clean 2nd floor. 2 bedrooms. Heat included. $500/month. Call 570-696-2357 Midtowne Apartments 100 E. 6th Street, Wyoming PA 18644

Housing for

Extremely Low & Very Low Income

Elderly, Handicapped & Disabled. 570-693-4256 ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED

554

Production/ Operations

554

Production/ Operations

WILKES-BARRE

Mayflower Crossing Apartments 570.822.3968 2, 3 & 4 Bedrooms - Light & bright open floor plans - All major appliances included - Pets welcome* - Close to everything - 24 hour emergency maintenance - Short term leases available

NANTICOKE

Large 1st floor, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, refrigerator & stove sunroom top, & large pantry. No pets. $650/month, all utilities included, security & credit check required. Call 484-602-8924

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WILKES-BARRE

1 bedroom. Heat & hot water included. $550 month + security required 973-879-4730

941

Large 1 bedroom apartment, hardwood floors, appliances in kitchen. Big living room, eat in kitchen. All renovated. Parking space available. $630/month, utilities included. Call Steve at 570-793-9449 or Agnes at 347-495-4566

Green Ridge Area Modern, nice, clean. Fresh paint, new carpet. 3 bedrooms (1 small) living room, kitchen, bath,& laundry room. Fresh paint, new carpet. $600, includes sewer. No pets. 570-344-3608

1 bedroom, 2nd floor. Stove & refrigerator included. Newly remodeled. $425 + utilities. Call (570) 357-1138

554

Production/ Operations

Unison Engine Components is seeking experienced CNC Machine Operators to support the Wilkes-Barre facility. Qualifications: -Qualified candidates must be able to set-up and operate various types of CNC Lathes and Milling with minimum training. -Complete product inspection -Must be able to read blueprints. -Ability to use normal tooling including various micrometers, calipers, height gages, indicators and unique gages. -Perform production with good quality and maintaining high efficiency. -Maintain accurate record keeping. -Candidate needs to be able to work in a teaming environment. -Work safely and contribute to the safety culture. -Meeting the high standards for quality -Maintain equipment and work area in a safe, clean, and orderly condition. We offer a generous benefits package including medical, dental, vision coverage, gain share program, vacation & holidays. Starting rates range from $17.55 to $22.20 plus shift differential based upon experience.

Complete application at Luzerne County Careerlink, 32 East Union St, Wilkes-Barre. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE! EOE M/F/D/V

Apartments/ Unfurnished

WILKES-BARRE

5 rooms & bath, second floor, newly remodeled. Off street parking. No pets. Security, lease & references. $600 + gas & water. Electric included. Call for appointment 8 am to 5 pm 570-822-8158

WYOMING

Wyoming Ave 2nd floor, large newly remodeled, 2 bedroom 1 bath. All appliances, w/d hardwood floors. $615/mo + utilities. No pets, security and references . 570-954-2972

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DOLPHIN PLAZA

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

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

947

Garages

NANTICOKE

Available heated storage space. Great for boat or car storage. $65 / month. Call 570-650-3358

953 Houses for Rent

HARVEYS LAKE 2.5 bedrooms,

2 baths, all appliances, hardwood floors, gas fireplace, washer/dryer on premises, single car attached garage. No pets. $1,100/month + security. Water, sewer & garbage paid. Call 570-855-2687

NANTICOKE Desirable

Lexington Village Nanticoke, PA Many ranch style homes. 2 bedrooms $936 + electric only

SQUARE FOOT RE MANAGEMENT 866-873-0478

NANTICOKE

Renovated 3 bedroom single home with new carpeting, fresh paint, deck, off street parking, washer / dryer hookup. No pets, No Smoking. $650 + utilities. 570-466-6334

1183

P O S T Masonry

WEST PITTSTON

Wonderful 3 bedroom, 1 bath home with off street parking, central air. All appliances & sewage included. Screened in rear porch. No Pets, No Smoking. $875 + utilities, security & references. (570) 602-8798 or (570)362-8591

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971 Vacation & Resort Properties

HARVEY’S LAKE

LAKEFRONT fully furnished. Wifi, cable. Weekly, monthly. Season 2012 starting June 570-639-5041

QUAIL HOLLOW VILLAGE TIME SHARE

Beech Mountain Lakes, Drums PA. Great Price! Call 570-954-8795

944

NORTH WILKES-BARRE North Washington

953 Houses for Rent

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Rents based on income. Managed by EEI

WEST PITTSTON

39 Prospect St • Nanticoke

SWOYERSVILLE

Must see! Brand new 1st floor, 3 bedroom. Comparable to a Ranch home. Large living room, stove, fridge dishwasher, w/d, laundry room, A/c and heat. Your dream home. W/w carpeting, hardwood floors, off street parking, large back yard. All utilities paid except electric. $1075/mo + security & references 570-287-3646

LARKSVILLE

AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY Cute and clean 2 bedroom, off street parking, w/d hookup, eat in kitchen. Immaculate. $435 plus utilities. 1 month security. 845-386-1011

SCRANTON

570-735-1487

Apartments/ Unfurnished

Certain Restrictions Apply*

MARTIN D. POPKY APARTMENTS

61 E. Northampton St. Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701 • Affordable Senior Apartments • Income Eligibility Required • Utilities Included! • Low cable rates; • New appliances; • Laundry on site; • Activities! •Curbside Public Transportation

941

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A/C & Refrigeration Services

STRISH A/C

Ductless / Central Air Conditioning Free Estimates Licensed & Insured 570-332-0715

1024

Building & Remodeling

1st. Quality Construction Co.

Roofing, siding, gutters, insulation, decks, additions, windows, doors, masonry & concrete. Insured & Bonded.

Senior Citizens Discount! State Lic. # PA057320

570-606-8438

KEN’S MASONRY All phases of brick/block, chimney restoration, replacement of steps. FREE ESTIMATES 570-458-6133

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Painting & Wallpaper

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Serra Painting Book Now For Spring & Save. All Work Guaranteed Satisfaction. 30 Yrs. Experience Powerwash & Paint Vinyl, Wood, Stucco Aluminum. Free Estimates You Can’t Lose! 570-822-3943

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Tree Care

ZOMERFELD TREE SERVICE, INC.

Tree removal, trimming, stump grinding. Demolition Hauling & excavating. 570-574-5018

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Roofing, Home Renovating. Garages, Kitchens, Baths, Siding and More! Licensed and Insured. FREE ESTIMATES!! 570-388-0149 PA040387

1054

Concrete & Masonry

Williams & Franks Inc Masonry contractors. Chimney, stucco & concrete. Cleanouts and hauling service. 570-466-2916

1141

Heating & Cooling

HEATING, A/C & REFRIGERATION REPAIR Services. Commer-

cial / Residential. Licensed & Insured. 24-7 Free Estimates. Call 646-201-1765 mycohvac.com

1156

Insurance

NEPA LONG TERM CARE AGENCY Long Term Care Insurance products/life insurance/estate planning. Reputable Companies.

Our online system will let you place Announcements, Automotive Listings, g Merchandise, Pets & Animals, Real Estate and Garage Sales. Customize the way your ad looks and then find it in the next day’s edition of The Times Leader, in our weekly newspapers and online at timesleader.com. *Your ad will appear in the next day’s paper if placed online before 4 p.m. Mon. through Thurs. Place on Friday before 1 p.m. for Saturday’s paper and before 4 p.m.

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