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heard my favorite words of February this past weekend. Pitchers and catchers will be reporting for Spring Training. To me, that’s like seeing the first robin. A sure sign spring and the Boys of Summer are on their way. There’s no truth to the rumor that the Pittsburgh Pirates were the first club to report because their pitching was so bad last year. They did, however, report to Bradenton, Fla. on February 12th, and along with the New York Mets, were the first two teams to get it going. I always looked forward to my good friend Bill Byham heading south and reporting back to what the Buccos were up to at Spring Training. Hope truly springs eternal no matter who your favorite major league team is. They are all tied for first place — with a record of 0-0. “Maybe this will be the year,” can be heard referring to every team. With the Cubs finally exorcising the curse of the goat a couple of seasons back, and the Philadelphia Eagles winning the Super Bowl — that tells me it’s about time the Cleveland Indians won a World Series. A couple of thoughts about the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles before we put the pigskin away. Congratulations to Eagles fans everywhere. What a great Super Bowl. Even more impressive was the celebration and parade that followed in the City

of Brotherly Love. For the most part, everybody was well behaved. There’s always going to be a couple that go over the top, or should I say scurry up the pole. Eagles fans are definitely a special breed and waited a long time for this one. What class acts Eagles coach Doug Pederson, owner Jeffrey Lurie, and all the Eagles players exemplified. They made it all about the City of Philadelphia and those bird fans that supported them for oh so long! More importantly, in today’s world, it’s great to hear so many thanking God and our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ as they were being interviewed just after the Super Bowl. Talk about spreading the word. The state of Pennsylvania can take pride in the Philadelphia Eagles, and there are more championships in the future. Carson Wentz had to sit this one out. He will be driven to win one when he’s on the field. Who knows, the Eagles might become the first NFL team with two Super Bowl MVPs on the roster.

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The terrible effects of heroin here in our area and across the Country cannot be overstated. Never has there been a drug that is so very addictive, easily obtained and relatively cheap. You don’t have to look very far to find someone that has

been affected by the terrible addiction. It can happen or occur in anyone’s family. The drug does not discriminate. I’ve known Carolyn Miele for years. I coached her son Connor in both football and basketball. She has raised six Jim children — five sons and Webb, Jr. a daughter. She’s worked most of her adult life as a midwife. Her story, unfortunately, has become much too common in our Country. What she has done out of the tragedy is truly amazing. On February 6th of 2016 her son, Zachary, overdosed on heroin. He had fought a tough battle against his addiction and was clean for almost three years before losing his life. From this heart-wrenching tragedy, which no parent wants to face, in trying to make sense of her son’s death, Carolyn created “Saving Lives for Zachary”. Her goal is to raise awareness about heroin addiction. To provide education for children and parents. To help the already addicted who may see no way out. To help provide information on services available and come together as a community to save the lives of our children. “I am committed, along with my family and many dedicated friends, to raising awareness in our community. If we come together we can make a difference,” Carolyn stated.

She has worked tirelessly through the pain and tears trying to help others deal with the realities of heroin addiction. She holds monthly meetings, and on Monday, February 19th will hold her second annual Saving Lives for Zachary fundraising event, “Alternatives to Pain Management — A Holistic Approach”. It is her goal to provide education on pain management, alternatives such as sound healing, meditation, acupuncture, osteopathic manipulation, spinal screenings, massage, exercise, nutrition, and counseling. There will be a silent auction and basket raffle, along with great food. All proceeds will go towards the monthly meetings allowing the continuation of the Saving Lives for Zachary program. The event will be held at the Trade and Transit Center II in Williamsport from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. For more information about the event and Saving Lives for Zachary, you can go to savinglivesforZachary.com and Facebook. If you have questions for Carolyn, she can be reached at 570-2200684 or Carolynm62@comcast.net. The only way we are going to address the heroin problem is through open conversation and education. That is what Carolyn is trying to provide. If you know anybody that may need a helping hand, please reach out to them and provide the information. This problem is bigger than all of us individually. A heartfelt thank you to Carolyn Miele, may you find peace in helping others. God Bless America.

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appy Valentine’s Day! Whether it’s platonic, familial or romantic, I hope your day is full of love! Since Valentine’s Day is all about the love, I think we should all celebrate by sharing love and kindness with those around us. There are ton of simple gestures (both romantic and not) that you can do to make the people around you — friends, family, significant others and even strangers — feel a little bit extra love and graciousness this week. • We all love our social media, so it put it to good use and send someone a compliment via Twitter or FB Messenger. Better yet, send a couple of people compliments! • Everyone loves sweet treats on Valentine’s Day, so bring doughnuts (or a healthy treat, like cut-up fruit) to work. • Let the person behind you at the supermarket checkout with one or two items go ahead of you. • Give someone a hug. • Put sticky notes with positive slogans on the mirrors in restrooms.

• It’s easy to get caught up in your own life, problems, and blessings, so try to make sure every person in a group Steph conversation feels Nordstrom included. • Send anonymous flowers to someone you know could use them. • Babysit for a single parent for free. • Pay a stranger a compliment. • Leave some extra quarters in the laundry room/mat. • Send dessert to another table. • Cook someone a meal. Whether a friend just had a baby or if you know someone who is having a hard time, cooking a meal can mean a lot to someone. • Tell your siblings how much you love and appreciate them. • Purchase some extra dog or cat food and drop it off at an animal shelter. • Say yes at the store when the cashier asks if you want to donate $1 to whichever cause. • Shovel the whole block’s sidewalks.

• Buy someone their favorite snack. • Hold hands. • Leave some quarters taped to gumball machines for kids. • Cook together. • Spend time with your partner when they’re enjoying their favorite hobby, even if it’s something that doesn’t interest you much. • Leave a generous tip for a server. • Say “Good morning” to a person standing next to you in the elevator, or at the coffee shop. • Pay for someone’s bill. This may mean paying for someone’s food, coffee, toll, groceries, or something else. • Leave coupons on items at the grocery store for others to use. • When you hear that negative, discouraging voice in your head, remember to leave yourself alone — you deserve kindness too! Basically, use this holiday that is so full of love, to show kindness to those around you — whether you know them or not. There is so much negativity in the world, imagine the difference we could make if each of just chose one thing from this list to do to make someone else’s day a little brighter.

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can’t zhuzh up your everyday style with a Valentine’s theme this February 14th. I’m a big advocate of dressing in conjunction with the occasion. You wouldn’t wear a sequined cocktail dress for a lunch date, nor would you show up for a fancy dinner in jeans and a t-shirt (at least I hope not). So, what are your plans this Valentine’s Day? Dinner and movie? Candlelit, indoor picnic? Happy Hour with your girlfriends? Pizza party with the kids? No matter what you have scheduled, your plans should dictate your outfit. Additionally, look at the forecast. What will be the high and low that day, and are they predicting snow

or freezing rain? Be prepared if the weather will be dicey and/or icy. With your plans and the weather in mind, you can start putting together your Valentine’s look. If you go the dress route, great! Bernadette Be sure to be warm Ulsamer with layers, like tights, leggings, slips, etc. Also, leave the open-toed slingbacks for spring and go with your heeled boots, ideally a pair with some tread. Your little black dress is an excellent choice for

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ies showed that the 29 driving deaths in the previous four-year period had not been due to drinking or drugs, but instead speeding and lack of seat belt use. Kiessling had a county map drawn up showing where these incidents occurred and the cause and had it distributed to schools throughout the county. The result was a drastic reduction in teen driving accidents. It might seem ironic, but Kiessling is a coroner with concern for life. Besides the Child Fatality Review Team, he is also an active member of Safe Kids PA Lycoming County and has served as Chair in 2011. He established the Lycoming County Cribs for Kids Program in 2008 providing infant safe sleep education and providing cribs to needy parents throughout the county. Charles Kiessling is a coroner that wants everyone to have the best chance at life. The motto of the Lycoming County Coroner’s Office has been “Protecting the Living Through the Investigation of Death”. NOTE: Information about the coroner’s office can be found on the Lycoming County website: lyco.org. A link to the maps that were created through the Lycoming County Child Death Review Team efforts can be found at http://www.lyco.org/Portals/1/Coroner/Documents/Map%202015.pdf.

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Ballroom Dance Lessons What: Basic instruction starting with Waltz and Swing. More information: call Frank and Sandy at 570-435-8136. When: Thursday evenings, 6:30-8 p.m. Where: Montoursville Area. DivorceCare What: Seminar and support group for those hurting from separation and divorce. We also have DivorceCare For Kids. For more information and to register call Lou Anne 570-323-5146. When: Sundays 6:30-8:30 p.m. Where: First United Methodist Church 604 Market Street, Williamsport. CHURCH EVENTS CHURCH EVENTS... Ash Wednesday Drive Thru What: In a rush? Drive up and receive your Ash Wednesday blessing. When: February 14, 2018 from 6:30 a.m.-8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.-5:30 p.m. Where: Kedron United Methodist Church, 14725 Rt. 220 Hwy., Hughesville. Ash Wednesday Service What: Ash Wednesday Service. When: Wednesday, February 14 at noon. Where: Trinity Episcopal Church, 844 W. 4th St., Williamsport. Lenten Services What: United Methodist Community Lenten services. Refreshments following all worship services. Come join us.

When and Where: 2/14 at 7 p.m. at the McElhattan UMC (Ash Wednesday). 2/18 at 4:00 p.m. at Avis UMC. 2/25 at 4:00 p.m. at Phelps Chapel. 3/4 at 4:00 p.m. at Woolrich UMC. 3/11 at 4:00 p.m. at Swissdale UMC. 3/18 at 4:00 p.m. at Farrandsville UMC. 3/25 at 4:00 p.m. at McElhattan UMC (Palm Sunday). 3/29 at 7pm at Woolrich UMC (Maundy Thursday). 3/30 at 7pm at Dunnstown UMC (Good Friday). Community Dinner What: Free community dinner, serving ham, hash brown casserole, vegetables, salad and dessert. Everyone is welcome! When:  Thursday, February 15, 2018, serving begins at 5:30 p.m. Where: St. Paul-Calvary United Methodist Church, 1427 Memorial Ave.,  Williamsport. Please use the Elevator Entrance on the West Parking Lot.

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DivorceCare Support Group What: If you need help coping with separation or divorce. When: Sundays, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Where: First United Methodist Church, 601 Market Street, Williamsport.

Al-Anon What: Support group for friends and family of alcoholics. Childcare provided. When: Mondays from 7 to 8 p.m. Where: First Presbyterian Church, 102 E. Third St., Williamsport. Enter from Mulberry St. side. Alateen What: Support group for pre-teen and teens of alcoholic relatives and friends. When: Mondays from 7-8 p.m. Where: First Presbyterian Church, 102 E. Third St., Williamsport. Enter from Mulberry St. side. Neighborhood Watch What: Brandon Park Neighborhood Watch. When: First Thursday of every month at 6:30 p.m. Where: At the Bandshell in Brandon Park, Williamsport. MOPS Meeting What: MOPS: Mothers of Preschoolers Muncy Chapter. When: 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month from 5-7 p.m. Where: First United Methodist Church, 602 South Market St., Muncy.

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Kiwanis Club What: The Kiwanis Club of Williamsport meets. Members of the public are welcome to join the Club at its weekly meeting. Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world, one child and one community at a time. When: Each Thursday at noon. Where: Genetti Hotel in downtown Williamsport.

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to the Lycoming County community is more than just providing a recreational outlet. In the past year alone, 60 golf outings were held which averaged $7-8,000 profit for organizations such as the American Legion and West Branch Drug and Alcohol Abuse Commission. This means that over a half a million dollars was raised for charity with the help of White Deer. Last year Hope Enterprises made $60,000, their best fundraiser ever. For the past two years, White Deer has participated in the World’s Greatest Golf Outing, a program hosted by Billy Casper Golf at all of its 140 courses around the country. This event supports the Fisher House Foundation, which provides housing to veterans and military families receiving treatment at military medical centers. Amazingly, for the past two years, White Deer participants outnumbered every one of the BCG’s courses! All things considered, perhaps this “hot button” may turn out to be an easy call for the county commissioners. It would seem that an institution that produces $2550,000 per year, supplies $500,000 to local charities, provides top-level training and good employment to area residents, and at the same time gives a great golf outing for a local duffer for just $35 while not only maintaining but continually improving the course in excellent condition would be the very definition of success. Who wants to mess with success?

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reating a management plan for your property is the first step in optimizing the habitat on your land. Having put down on paper a list of your property’s inventory, a list of the end goals for the work you will do and some of your ideas as to how you can accomplish your objectives, it is now time to take the next step — reviewing and refining your thoughts with “the experts”! The great news is that the sources of help are numerous and excellent. There are conservation groups and government agencies that can provide expertise in finetuning your plan. There are also tons of books, magazine articles, videos and DVD’s that will guide you in your planning and execution. The National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) is very active in our area, as is the Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA). Both of these organizations are not just focused on the species they were founded to promote, but have a multifaceted mission, which includes habitat improvement. In this realm, they have many publications as well as personnel available to help direct you in the proper development of your plan and its execution. Keep in mind that no matter what you do to better the food sources or cover for one species will most often benefit numerous other species as well. Most conservation organizations have their own biologist on staff, and it is often possible

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guess it should come as no surprise that tree stand accidents are on the increase. If you have been following trends in the world of hunting, it’s also apparent that the use of tree stands has dramatically increased in recent years. When I started hunting in the 60’s a tree stand was a couple of boards nailed to a couple of suitable limbs — a few more pieces of scrap lumber nailed to the tree trunk got you into the stand. I actually killed my first buck, a six-pointer, after I shinnied up a tree trunk and stood on two limbs — fortunately, I didn’t have to

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and types. With so many hunters turning to the use of tree stands it would also make sense that there are increasingly more tree stand accidents. If you do much hunting, you probably know Ken somebody who fell Hunter or was injured in a tree stand accident. It wasn’t too many years ago a hunter in our area died when his stand gave way. A few years ago a good friend of mine fell from his tree stand and laid on the ground for

some time before someone on a fourwheeler just happened to spot him and get him emergency care. A few years ago while descending a tree with my climber type stand it slipped — fortunately my safety harness did its job, and I only ended up with a black eye when my head bounced off the tree trunk. In an article, I recently read in Pennsylvania Outdoor News Dr. Joseph Smith, a doctor in the intensive care unit at Geisinger Medical Center, has compiled some interesting statistics that may shed some light on what’s going on out there. I’ll try to summarize a bit. Between 1987 and 2015 more than 1,200 people fell out of tree stands here

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was thrilled to become part of the s he took the podium to Lycoming program. This will be honor the members of my ninth season in the fall, and it the Lycoming College truly has been enjoyable.” football team at their From his press box perch, as a annual awards banquet, Mike former defensive back, for Cillo, Clark, Lycoming’s head football some of his most vivid calls and coach and athletic director, had memories have emanated from reason to be proud. While the that side of the ball. 2017 season was not favorable “Watching the defensive backs from a win/loss standpoint, the and linemen intercept balls and accomplishments of his players and the support of the parents Scott knock them down and run them who entrusted their sons to his Lowery back for touchdowns is always special for me. To see that happen program filled the coach with at this level is fantastic. The one moment both emotion and gratitude. Before introducing his coaches and that was very memorable to me was players, Clark paused to thank members of watching Coach Girardi have his statue the Lycoming football family for the many unveiled at Person Field. The many people behind the scenes services they provide that turned out that day to honor Frank was to help his program function smoothly. really something very special.” Fans attending Lycoming games are always Among them were Mike Cillo, the Person Field public address announcer, and Joe reminded, “It’s a beautiful day for football” Garrison, longtime WBRE cameraman just before the kickoff. “Between Joe Guistina (Lycoming College who has covered Lycoming College football Associate A.D.) and myself, we wanted to for 25 years. “A few years ago, Dick Zimmerman, bring back a smile right before kickoff no who had been doing the public address matter what the weather was. Football can announcing for Lycoming for many years, be just an incredible way to start off your passed away. The college was on the Saturday afternoon, so we thought that lookout for someone who had announcing phrase would add a little something to experience, and I had done that at Lycoming football. So I’ve been saying it Montoursville,” explained Cillo. “So after right before every game.” Roaming the sidelines for the past 25 years a few conversations, I changed Warriors from Montoursville to Lycoming. I had in his red WBRE jacket Joe Garrison has always followed Lycoming football and had been a mainstay at Lycoming games. Frank Girardi’s grandson as a student, so I “I moved to Lycoming County in the spring

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did not grow up around here. Early on I was treated as a little bit of an outsider because people didn’t know me. I would show up at games back in the 90s wanting to do well, and people would ask ‘who are you?’ As we got to know one another they adopted me as part of their Lycoming County family,” an appreciative Garrison explained. Meeting television deadlines keeps Garrison on the move. “Filming for television is all about good planning. I usually cover two games per each assignment, and I try to keep those games close together geographically. By doing it this way, it reduces my travel time between sites. I can’t cover two games that are far apart. There are those instances when Lycoming is the only game I am covering. That gives me a chance to spend more time

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on the field and can cover game action in both halves. “Covering football is a challenge for two reasons. One, you have to endure the weather elements that include rain and snow. Second, there is no guarantee that you will get any points scored in the time you have to cover the game. We like to show touchdowns. We will show field goals, but we want scoring plays. Basketball is much easier to cover because you are indoors and are pretty much-guaranteed points. “I enjoy covering any sporting event, but any time I get to cover a ‘do or die’ game — a win or go home — game; that is always special. That could be week ten in high school football that if a team wins they get the chance to play in the District playoffs. It could be a district championship game

or a state championship game. It doesn’t matter what the sport, those kinds of games always stand out to me because they make a lot of good memories. The crowd is a little more amped up. The players are a little more into it, and the seniors realize this could be the last time they put on a uniform. All those variables come together for me as those ‘do or die’ games are often once in a lifetime games for those involved. For me, I get to experience those kinds of games year after year, but seeing how meaningful those games are to others makes for special memories.” Note: While only snippets of his camera work make the nightly sportscasts, Garrison’s work can be followed more closely on Twitter at @JoeGarrisonNews or by checking out his Facebook page.

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run. It just happened I was at the right place at the right time, and my teammates found me.” Adversity struck for Ross in the middle of the game when Loyalsock’s offense slowed to only scored nine points in the second quarter. It allowed Jersey Shore to come back, but a lapse in defense through the third had it on the ropes. Junior Armstrong matched Ross’s output throughout the third, but Ross and the Lancers just wouldn’t break. A defensive adjustment worked as Loyalsock contained Armstrong enough to hold him to just six fourth-quarter points. As the defense worked to limit the Bulldogs, Ross came back for a strong finish over the final eight minutes to get his team back on track. Again, the basket just appeared to be made for Ross, who barely let the ball hit the floor with his efforts. Ross, an All-State selection in football, overcame a lot for the performance, but it never really showed. He opened with an outstanding effort to get his team in front and continued to lead it throughout the win. “It looked huge,” Ross said of the basket. “I remember I shot a shot from the baseline, didn’t jump and my arms felt heavy, and it still went in. It’s just that night.” Ross will be a key piece for the Lancers moving forward. He has provided valuable leadership, scoring, and athleticism. His ability to overcome difficult situations makes him that much better for Loyalsock. Next: Loyalsock at Danville, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Jersey Shore at Selinsgrove, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.

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