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VOLUME 16 • NUMBER 10
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From the Publisher…
Where Eagles Soar
t was the late 70s, and the course of our history, we’ve been American bald eagle was on faced with some pretty difficult the verge of extinction and obstacles to overcome. But we placed on the endangered have returned to soar just like the species list. I remember thinking bald eagle. at the time that I had never seen Obviously, today’s world is a bald in the wild and questioned a much more complex and whether I ever would. dangerous place than in the past. Well, the bald eagle has become There has never been a time when one of those great American “We the People” needed stronger comeback stories and is no Jim leadership and direction from longer on the endangered list. Webb, Jr. those in Washington, and I’m not Locally, it seems a week doesn’t talking about just the President. go by without hearing about sightings of My concerns seem to be the same as the amazing creature. I appreciate all those many of you that reach out to me, and who have reached out to me to inform they transcend political affiliation. There me of seeing them up and down the West are so many issues that currently need to Branch Valley. And yes, I finally got to see be addressed; I don’t have enough pages to the American bald eagle in the wild on cover them. But number one on the top of several occasions. The most impressive was everybody’s list seems to be our children, a pair of bald eagles I witnessed near Rose and not only their safety at school, but in Valley Lake. They are truly an amazing the world, we live in today. and majestic bird, and I can understand I wish I had an answer to share with why our forefathers chose the species as a you or even a hypothesis. But the one symbol of America. It’s much better than thing I know is “We the People” must the wild turkey Ben Franklin wanted. come together to solve this problem. It is With all the bad news and negativity nothing that’s going to be legislated away lately, I think it’s important to recognize by government or one-party can fix on how blessed we are to live in the greatest their own. Nation on Earth. The absolute freedom Our Nation seems to be at a point in history we enjoy, along with the standard of living where “We the People” are divided more we have grown accustomed to that can than ever. I blame a lot of this on the media be found nowhere else. When Americans and the way things are reported; it’s like come together, I honestly believe there’s they want to create a division. No matter no problem that can’t be solved. Over the what political affiliation, Americans are
concerned about the same problems and want solutions. The important thing is that we don’t become divided, and we demand our elected officials to work together for the common good. Somewhere this has been lost in today’s world. I know social media has created a world in which you can say pretty much anything. However, what I hear on television that is to be comical or political satire has stepped far out of bounds — and again, creates division. I remember “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson”, and how he would humorously joke about President Gerald Ford. It usually had to do with his lack of coordination. Of course, David Letterman and Jay Leno — talk show hosts of the time — always had some presidential tomfoolery. But what goes on today is just flat out nasty and derogatory toward President Trump and others, including the First Lady. Sure they try to hide it behind political satire and humor, but it’s done purely with a political ax to grind. The problem is, it’s not just late night TV anymore; it seems to be whatever program wants to take shots at the president feel free to do so. Believe me; you won’t find a bigger believer in the freedom of speech, however, when does this freedom cross the line and become more divisive than good? That’s where it’s up to “We the People” to not allow our Nation to become divided by those that may have an alternative agenda. We have to be smart enough to demand the coming together of parties in decision-
making that is best for the whole Nation. President Barack Obama had two terms if you look at what he accomplished it was pretty much what he campaigned on. At no time did he receive the opposition that President Trump has been faced with. As I said, after Mr. Trump was elected it was important for our elected officials to work together to improve and address problems. With the problems currently facing our Nation, the parties must work together and not allow outside influences to divide. Compromise is as old as our country. It is the backbone of democracy. “We the People” are the most important part of democracy, and we must hold all accountable for the future of our Great Nation. Thank God for the wonderful Nation we are blessed to live in and ask Him for the wisdom to help solve our problems. We must put our children first — they are our future. God Bless America.
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Staying Active in Senior Years
e all know the importance of staying active as we age. Exercising not only keeps your weight down, but also boosts immunity and mood, and has been shown to promote heart health, delay or prevent osteoporosis and even prevent some types of cancer. Exercise is also a social activity. A water aerobics class gives the chance to connect with other seniors. A walking group provides the opportunity to catch up on exercise and the latest social news. Any of these opportunities provide accountability and support for your loved one to stay motivated and engaged. Encouraging your senior to remain active means promoting a healthy social life, in many cases. Physical activity has been directly linked to slowing the process of mental decline. When you are physically active, every part of your body, including the brain, receives more blood flow. Blood flow encourages cell growth. By supporting the senior in your life to stay active, you are actually encouraging better mental health and improved
cognitive functioning. So, that brings us to how seniors can stay active right here in our area. Steph Of course, a memNordstrom bership to the YMCA or a local gym are good options, but there are actually a lot of other opportunities to get out of the house and get moving throughout the area. If you are looking to improve your balance, increase strength and flexibility, and decrease joint pain in an exercise program, Tai Chi may be what you are looking for. There are classes available every Tuesday and Thursday at 9:00 a.m. at the RiverWalk Center, which is located at 423 E. Central Ave., in South Williamsport. There is a Tai Chi class at the Loyalsock-Montoursville Senior Center, located at 2725 Four Mile Dr., Williamsport on Wednesdays at 8:00 a.m. also. The Clinton County Community Center also offers a Tai Chi for Arthritis/Fall Prevention on Mondays at 2:00
p.m. According to STEP’s Office of the Aging, “The benefits of working out aerobically in the water are numerous. One of the best features of water aerobics is the lack of stress placed on the joints due to the buoyancy of the water. This allows many who are injured to exercise in a way that they could not on land. Working out in the water is also beneficial in improving muscle tone and flexibility for those with arthritis or osteoporosis. Water aerobics is also a comfortable way to work out during hot weather.” STEP offers water aerobics classes every Monday and Wednesday at 8:00 a.m. at the Meck Senior Center located at 50 Fitness Rd., in Muncy. The classes are available for those 60 and up. STEP also offers a “Use your Noodle” exercise class, which is a 30-minute low impact exercise program for beginners using a pool noodle in various ways to works on balance, cardio, & arm movements. That class happens at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesdays at the Clinton County Community Center at 124 E. Walnut St., in Lock Haven. Feeling like you want to dance? Zum-
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STAYING ACTIVE March 24, 2018 Faxon Lanes, Williamsport 12:30pm – 3:30 pm Spare Some Time to Have Some Fun It is easy to participate in the Bowl for Kids’ Sake Bowl-A-Thon. Just put together a team of five bowlers (friends,family, co-workers or neighbors) to register to bowl on March 24, 2018. NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED – AND IT WILL BE THE MOST FUN YOU HAVE EVER HAD IN RENTED SHOES You only have to bowl one game, but you can raise a lot of money and win prizes! Each bowler is encouraged to raise at least $50 in pledges. However, the more money you raise, the more prizes you can win. No matter what your score, you’ll be a winner in the eyes of kids who need a Big Brother or Big Sister. I want to bowl at (Pick your location):
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ba Gold builds your cardiovascular health, balance, and flexibility by working the muscles of the hips, legs and arms with dance moves designed for older adults. There are plenty of opportunities to Zumba in the area. Classes are available on Tuesdays at the Loyalsock-Montoursville Senior Center at 4:30 p.m. At the Clinton County Senior Center on Tuesdays at 5:00 p.m., on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. At the Renovo Senior Center at 415 Fourth St., Renovo. At the RiverWalk Center at 9:00 a.m. on Wednesdays and Wednesdays at 4:30 p.m. at the STEP Lincoln Center at 2138 Lincoln St., Williamsport. The local YMCAs all offer a variety of group classes that are specific to the over 60 set also. You can check out the class schedules at www.rvrymca.org. Keeping the body moving is obviously essential, but keeping the mind engaged is also vital to aging. Reading benefits your mind and memory in ways that watching TV doesn’t. The Mayo Clinic Study of
Aging found that reading books (in addition to other cognitive activities) can lead to a 50 percent decrease in your chances of developing dementia. Try to open a book for at least half an hour every day. If you find it difficult to read for long periods of time, spread it out over the day or read short stories. According to www.care.com here are some other ways to stay stimulated as you age. Play Games and Puzzles: The mind-benders you play with your kids or grandkids aren’t just entertaining — they are good for your brain. Even a few minutes a day can improve your creativity, memory and decision-making abilities. So pull out an old jigsaw puzzle or open up a magazine or newspaper and try the crossword puzzle or a Sudoku (check out page 49 for both!). If you’re with friends or family, do some card or board games together as a group. Even strategy-based video games can have a beneficial effect on your brain. Write: Put down the keyboard and pick up a pencil. Handwriting helps
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First Community Foundation Partnership “Raise the Region” Set For March 14 By Lou Hunsinger Jr.
ne of the most important and unique fundraisers that takes place in the area each year will be taking place on March 14 when the First Community Foundation Partnership holds its “Raise the Region” fundraiser. The First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania (FCFP) is excited to announce 314 nonprofits have regis-
tered to participate in Raise the Region 2018, an event to help the communities of Columbia, Lycoming, Montour, Northumberland, Snyder, and Union counties support local nonprofit organizations fundraising efforts. FCFP, in partnership with Blaise Alexander Family Dealerships, will be launching a 30-hour fundraising event starting on Wednesday, March 14, 2018. “This is the sixth year for the fundraiser supported by FCFP and Blaise Alexander
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• CleanScapes Volunteer Community Clean-up Programming • Community Arts Center • Community Theatre League and Community Academy of Stage and Theatre • Cru in the Susquehanna Valley (Campus Crusade for Christ) • Crystal Lake Ski and Outdoor Center • East Lycoming Education Foundation • East Lycoming Historical Society • Economic & Community Growth Corporation • Eldred Twp. Vol. Fire Dept. • Ellie’s Heart Foundation • Experience Missions, GAiN, Campus Crusade for Christ • Factory Works • Family Promise of Lycoming County • Favors Forward Foundation • Firetree Place • Footprints of Montgomery • Greater Hope Care Center • Habitat for Humanity - Greater Lycoming • Hiawatha Paddlewheel Riverboat • Hope Enterprises, Inc. • Hughesville Area Public Library • Hughesville Ville’ns • James V. Brown Library • Jersey Shore Educational Foundation • Jersey Shore GSV Little League • Jersey Shore Public Library • Jersey Shore Summer Recreation • Junior League of Williamsport • KidsPeace
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support for the nonprofits selected by qualifying them for monetary prizes. All gifts are tax-deductible, and will help make your favorite nonprofits’ mission possible. Blaise Alexander Family Dealerships has donated $150,000, which will be used to stretch a portion of donations made to the 314 pre-registered nonprofits. “We’ve always done things in the past where we have given to one charitable organization in a year. Raise the Region gives us the opportunity to support a variety of local nonprofits by providing a percentage match on gifts,” said Adam Alexander. Your donation(s) can also help raise additional support for the nonprofits selected by qualifying them for monetary prizes sponsored by Larson Design Group, M&T Bank, Subaru, Toyota Motor Corporation, UPMC Susquehanna, and UPMC Health Plan. Samples of the prizes and incentives include a $5,000 Grand Prize to the nonprofit with the most unique donors; $1,000 FCFP Founder Prize to be added to the donation made by the 1,916 donor; $1,000 Checkered Flag Prize to the nonprofit that receives the most gifts between 10:00 p.m.-11:59 p.m., and $1,000 Passionate Giving Prize will be awarded to the nonprofit with the single largest gift during the 30 hour period. Since starting in 2013, north central Pennsylvania has shown its true spirit of philanthropy by donating over $5.8 million collectively to over 300 nonprofits during the 30-hour fundraising events.
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Thanks to Megan and others like her, students all over our country are all hearing a similar message — When given a choice between being right and being kind, CHOOSE KIND.” Hamilton provided some quotes from her students as to their reaction to this unique experience. “We were talking to Megan Brown on Skype, and I asked, ‘Did you have a friend like Summer?’ Megan said, ‘Well, I had several.’” Kayden then asked, “Did you have friends like Julian?” Megan responded with,“I didn’t really have anyone quite as mean as Julian.” Peyton loved Megan’s response of, “I have definitely had more ‘Summers’ than ‘Julians!’” Maddison said, “It was a really cool opportunity to see someone who is different, and that has a life just like August from the book.” “She honestly is the same as everyone else. She was sweeter than most people that I’ve ever known,” said Leena. Brennan stated, “When I experienced a moment with Megan, I realized that there is always hope.” “She was really nice. She gets us — and we get her!” said Bella. “I loved the experience. It was awesome because Megan was so nice and she used her time to talk with us at Jersey Shore Elementary School,” commented Grayden.
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help her and be a part of her mission. This was when their journey started. After meeting with the “amazing” IT department at Jersey Shore School District, the possibility became a reality. “On Friday, February 2, my students collaborated in a Skype session with Megan Brown. This session began with her explaining to my students her childhood and experiences,” Hamilton said. “She then opened it up to allow my students to ask her questions. I had asked my students to prepare questions prior to our meeting, but I encouraged them to listen to her and create their questions based on what she told us that day. My students were very engaged and seemed to be hanging on her every word! She was impressed by the level of questioning that they were bringing. One question was how many conversations has she had so far. Her response was 170 (across many platforms), we were her 171st.” Hamilton continued, “She actually complimented them that two of their questions she had never been asked before! This experience for my students is one that I could have never been able to offer to them alone. The author of Wonder, R.J. Palacio, has given our students some very powerful messages to live by thanks to developing the content of this story.
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.E.B. Du Bois, Ida B. Wells-Barnett and Mary White Ovington founded the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), in 1909. There were other concerned citizens that stood together with them to face the challenges of the Negros. This interracial organization worked together to abolish segregation and discrimination in housing, education, employment and voters suppression. Today there are chapters in communities across the nation; building relationships, developing new friendships and coalition to protect the civil rights of all people. Our chapter in Williamsport has been dormant for nine years. Onyx, a local group of African American women decided unanimously that having an organization that focus on protecting the rights of African Americans is a step towards bringing about equality for all. It has been a challenge to get white and black people to understand that the NAACP is not a black organization; it is a CIVIL RIGHTS organi-
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EVENTS... EVENTS Jewelry Sale What: Handcrafted silver jewelry by Mindi Davies. Great Prices. All proceeds benefit patient care services. When: March 7, 2018 from 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Where: Divine Providence Hospital – Main Lobby. Dinner What: Dinner – broiled or beer battered haddock or baked steak. When: March 9, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. (Open to the public) Where: American Legion Post 0617, 901 South Market Street, South Williamsport. Band What: Band – Flu Shots When: March 9, 2018 at 9:00 p.m. Where: American Legion Post 0617, 901 South Market Street, South Williamsport. Ruffed Grouse Banquet What: The Susquehanna River Valley Chapter of the Ruffed Grouse Society will hold its second annual Conservation & Sportsmen’s Banquet. Proceeds from the event will be used to enhance habitat for ruffed grouse, woodcock and other forest wildlife on public land in Pennsylvania. For more information, contact Jeff Fetzer at (570) 885-6112 or visit susquehannagrouse.com. When: Saturday, March 10, at 5:30 p.m. Where: Genetti Hotel in Williamsport.
Where: Jersey Shore High School, Cemetery St., Jersey Shore.
Penn State Master Gardeners What: Penn State Master Gardeners Maple Syrup. Learn when to tap the maple trees, how to recognize the maple in winter, how to tap the tree, what equipment to use, and how to boil the precious sap down to syrup. Registration required at http://extension.psu.edu/lycoming/events or by calling 1-877-345-0691. When: Saturday, March 10, 10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Where: Lysock Complex, 542 County Farm Road, Suite 206, Montoursville. Basket Bingo What: Longaberger Basket Bingo. Advance donation of $25.00 includes 20 games, $30.00 at the door. Additional cards, door prizes, raffles and auction items also available. Proceeds benefit Ivanhoe #28 OES. To purchase tickets in advance contact 570-337-8323. When: Sunday, March 11, 2018. Doors & kitchen open at noon, play begins at 1:00 p.m. Where: Antes Fort Fire Hall, Antes Fort. Bingo What: Salladasburg LLB Primitives Bingo. Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the door. For tickets, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 570-560-7324. When: Sunday, March 11. Doors open at noon. Games begin at 1:00 p.m. Where: Woodward Township Fire Hall, Linden. WBHRS Hosts: Diversity In The Workplace What: West Branch Human Resources hosts: Diversity In the Workplace seminar. When: March 14, 2018 from 8:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m. Where: Williamsport Country Club 800 Country Club Drive, Williamsport.
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Pickleball What: Come enjoy the outdoors and camaraderie of this growing sport. Newcomers welcomed and don’t worry, we have paddles (rackets) that you can borrow until you become addicted. If you have any questions call Ken at 570322-2159, or visit Facebook, and search for “Williamsport Pickleball.” When: Thursday and Saturday at 9:00 a.m. Where: Williamsport Memorial Park Pickleball Courts.
CHURCH CHURCH EVENTSEVENTS... Exposition of Sacred Relics What: Exposition of Sacred Relics — “Treasures of the Church”. We welcome you to a teaching & exposition of over 150 Sacred Relics. When: Wednesday, March 7th at 7:00 p.m. Where: At St. Joseph the Worker Parish Fleming Center 720 West Fourth St., Williamsport. Change Agents Program What: Protecting girls and keeping them safe from harm, predators, and poor choices while instilling their value as people, rather than what they may do to earn merit is foundational to a new program. The program is specifically for middle school aged girls and will run for 12 weeks. Change Agents is a program targeted to help prevent abuse and trafficking. The weekly lessons focus on giving participants tools for life rather than using fearbased tactics, and include principles from Bible stories to reinforce basic concepts (such as each is loved by Jesus, each has an important role in their community, we can all be a part of ending violence etc.) In a casual atmosphere, participants will use games, drama, music, journaling, crafts, discussions, and media to strengthen their character and sense of community while making new friends. Change Agents is free of charge. Please contact Angelique for more information 610-428-5721.
When: Program is scheduled to begin on Wed., March 7, from 3:45 p.m.-5:15 p.m. Where: Sojourner Truth Ministries, 501 High St, Williamsport. Free Dinner What: Free community dinner. When: Thursday, March 8, 2018. Dinner served at 5:30 p.m. Sanctuary Open 5:00-5:30 p.m. for prayer and meditation. Where: Redeemer Lutheran Church, 1101 Washington Blvd., Williamsport. Use outside stairway to Social Hall. Fish Dinner What: Fish dinner, featuring: baked haddock, macaroni & cheese, stewed tomatoes, cole slaw, drink & dessert. Adults are $9.00, children are $4.50. Take-outs available. Phone -570-326-0191. Wheelchair accessible. When: March 9, 2018 from 4:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. Where: All Saints Episcopal Church, corner of Scott & Beeber Sts., Williamsport. Fish Dinner What: Fish Dinner Friday. $10.00 for adults. Includes baked haddock, choice of scalloped potatoes or mac & cheese, choice of vegetable, applesauce, coleslaw, roll & dessert. Dine in or take out. When: March 9th from 4:00 p.m.-6:30 p.m. Where: St. Joseph the Worker Parish Fleming Center, 720 West Fourth St., Williamsport. Vacation Bible School What: At Road to Resurrection, an Easter mini VBS, where you’ll step back in time and follow Jesus’s footsteps through the week leading up to his death and resurrection. Come experience Holy Week through an interactive family experience. Parents are encouraged to travel through his path with their children (ages 3-10). Come and draw closer to Jesus at this memorable event. When: Saturday, March 10th from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Please pre-register for a time to start your travels. Sign up on the church website at ballsmillsumc.org or contact Allison Mertes at 717-817-7717. Where: Balls Mills United Methodist Church, 5941 Bloomingrove Rd., Cogan Station. Spaghetti Dinner
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Ballroom Dance Lessons What: Basic instruction starting with Waltz and Swing. Winter Swim 18_Layout 1 3/1/18 1:34 PM Page 1More information: call Frank and Sandy at 570-435-8136. Webb Weekly-March What: Winter swim sponsored by the Jersey Shore When: Thursday evenings, 6:30-8 p.m. Recreation Committee. Cost is $4.00 for swimmers. Where: Montoursville Area. When: Saturdays: 3/10, 3/17, & 3/24 from 2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. 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 570323-5146. When: Sundays 6:30-8:30 p.m. Where: First United Methodist Church 604 Market Street, Williamsport.
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Baked Steak Dinner What: Baked steak dinner. Advanced tickets recommended by calling church at 570-368-1595. When: March 10th 4:00 p.m.-6:30 p.m. Where: Montoursville Presbyterian Church. Chicken & Biscuit Supper What: Chicken & biscuit supper with mashed potatoes, green beans, cole slaw, beverage & dessert. When: Saturday March 10, 2018 from 4:00-6:00 p.m. Adults: $9.00, children $4.00, under 6 are free. Handicapped accessible. Take-outs available – 570-494-0241. Where: Heshbon Park UM Church, 2898 Heshbon Rd., Williamsport. Meal & a Movie What: Lycoming Presbyterian Church is hosting a free light meal & movie night. The movie is “Angels in the Outfield”. When: Saturday, March 10, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. Where: Lycoming Presbyterian Church, 825 Arch Street, Williamsport. Indoor Yard Sale What: Impact Youth Group indoor yard sale & soup sale. When: March 10th, Saturday, from 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Where: Echo Hope Assembly Church, 320 Hogan Blvd., Mill Hall (by Wal-Mart). Lenten Services What: United Methodist Community Lenten services. Refreshments following all worship services. Come join us. When and Where: 3/11 at 4:00 p.m. at Swissdale UMC.
Lunch and Prayers What: Lunch and prayers with Pastor Same Hwang. Bring a lunch. When: Tuesdays from noon-1:00 p.m. Where: First Presbyterian Church, 102 E. 3rd St., Williamsport. Knitters What: Knitters at First Presbyterian. Group and personal projects welcome. Pastor Sam Hwang available for prayer. When: Tuesdays at 11:00 a.m. Where: First Presbyterian Church, 102 E. 3rd St., Williamsport. Grief Share Support Group What: Muncy First United Methodist Church Weekly seminar and support group for people who are grieving the death of someone close to them. Video sessions and discussion sponsored by people who understand what you are experiencing. When: Tuesdays at 7 p.m. Where: First United Methodist Church, 602 S. Market St., Muncy. SENIOR EVENTSEVENTS... SENIOR Senior Luncheon What: Senior luncheon, featuring: soup, sandwich, drink & dessert. When: March 19, 2018, promptly at noon. Where: All Saints Episcopal Church, corner of Scott & Beeber Sts., Williamsport. MEETINGS MEETINGS... Plant-Based Living What: Plant-Based Living (Vegan) Group Meeting in Williamsport. Please join us for our monthly potluck dinner/meeting. Everyone is invited to bring their favorite vegan dish/snack to share. Future meetings will include cooking demonstrations, interesting speakers, documentary viewings, and other planned activities. We look forward to hearing about your plant-based journey! Please email questions to lmanley1418@comcast. net. When: Monday, March 12th at 6:00 p.m. Where: PMF Industries Lunchroom/Kitchen, rear 2601 Reach Road, Williamsport, PA (watch for Plant Based Living signs).
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7:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. – Breakfast Sandwiches, Donuts, & Coffee Served 8:00 a.m. – Stands Open & Bidder Numbers Available 8:00 am – Children’s activities open (handstamp required) 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. - Silent Auction of Business Gift Certificates 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. – Silent Auction of Business Gift Certificates
9:00 a.m. PUBLIC AUCTION BEGINS 11:00 a.m. – Outdoor Items 12:00 p.m. – Sporting Goods 1:00 p.m. Certificates & Tickets 2:00 p.m. – Handmade Quilts & Wall Hangings Food Stand Available Throughout the Day: Chicken BBQ-Dinners, or by-the-piece - Fries – Pretzels - Homemade Soup – BBQ Sandwiches Drinks – Soft Serve Ice Cream - Candy Stand – Pies & Other Homemade Baked Goods Auctioneers: Kenneth E. Hassinger, AU-001532L Neil A. Courtney, AU-002651L Contact Persons: Matt Reiff (570) 713-4291 Neil Weaver (570) 898-6365 Darren Seibel (570) 419-2393 Maranatha Christian School (570) 649-5141
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Spaghetti Dinner What: Saint Luke’s 71st annual authentic Italian spaghetti dinner. Dinner includes: All the spaghetti you can eat, two homemade meatballs, tossed salad, Italian bread, cake & beverage. Adult advanced ticket – $9.00, $9.50 at the door. Children 6-12 are $3.50. Under 6 are free. Advance tickets are available at the following locations: Buttorff ’s Hardware, Ramona’s Hair Styling, or by calling (570) 3980352 or (570)745-3301. When: Wednesday, March 14th. Lunch: 11:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Dinner: 4:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. Take outs available all day.
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What: Spaghetti dinner. Tickets: adults are $6.50, children ages 3-12 are $4.00, under 3 are free. Tickets may be purchased at the door. Take-outs are available. When: Saturday, March 10th from 4:00 p.m.-6:30 p.m. Where: Oriole United Methodist Church, 39 Main Rd., Jersey Shore.
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headed their way. They smiled, you winked. All was good. The summer of 1985 provided fresh opportunity (and temptation), and the entire nation was optimistic and pretty united. And a male musician named Holly Johnson told us to go easy. At least as far as, can I say this, thrusting went. Three simple oversize words on a basic white t-shirt. “Frankie Says Relax.” I just had to get one at a boardwalk shop! These shirts were practically flying off the racks by themselves! And so was the song “Relax” by Johnson’s group Frankie Goes to Hollywood. This song was controversial from the get-go due to lewd sexual connotations and was banned by several stations on the BBC. The song eventually hit the top of the charts with its catchy beat and synthesized seizures. It eventually wandered from the UK to our shores by 1984. With the song, came the infamous shirt. Anyway, I decided to buy that feasible and fashionable shirt for my dad, not me. I was already totally relaxed and carefree. He was the one that needed to “chill out.” Coping with a mortgage, a new Porsche on the way, helping my brother with college costs, putting food on the table, keeping the house warm, and working a retail job filled with stress could all wear him down.
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However, if he knew then what we know now about what the words on that shirt really meant, he might have killed me. At the time he thought it was just a novelty item, you know, a guy or shop on the beach peddling a shirt with his name on it. I knew better, and so did you when you saw him mowing the lawn wearing this highly prized piece. The shirt said to RELAX. Mom told him to do the same. Holly had to be laughing! Digging deeper, you’d realize Frankie Goes to Hollywood took a huge risk by releasing this as their first single. They weren’t shy in their intentions and didn’t play it safe. Other new (and old) artists at the time weren’t going to roll the dice or rock the boat because income was made on the predictable. The video was also unique. Current musicians hold Frankie and crew in high regard; they took chances and went in a direction that others feared. How can you put a price on going your own way? The band faded as new material was slow to be released. My father wore the shirt till it was relegated to a shop rag. Then tossed into the trash. Trendy, fad t-shirts don’t live a long life, even if they were made of a 50 percent polyester/50 percent cotton mix. By next summer, something else came to take its place. After 33 years, I can reflect fondly on that summer, that band, that song, and
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been established with UPMC Susquehanna and Geisinger Medical Center. At both locations, healthcare providers will assist in the application for support and are authorized to provide funds immediately. There is no restriction as to where a patient is treated, only that they are a Lycoming County resident. All applications must be validated by the healthcare provider. All money raised stays in Lycoming County. The board of K’s for Cancer are very proud to say that the overhead of K’s is extremely limited. Participation by officers and board members is totally voluntary. No salaries or any form of
payment is made to any individual. Current officers and board members are: Fred A. Holland, Chairman of the Board, Rexford B. Hilton, President, Lori Moore, Vice President, Karen Kibler, Treasurer, Jamie Rose Young, Secretary; Kelly G. Crist, LeeAnn Gephart, Frank Guardini, Jason B. Hilton, Jake King, Ryan M. Tira, Joshua D. Young and June Zimmerman. “Fundraising is challenging, that is why we try to appease varying interests in the events we host,” Hilton told Webb Weekly. “In addition to the Leprechaun Run, we host a dunk tank, courtesy of the Stone House, during Little League
and we are supported by the Justin Flannery Hilton Memorial Golf tournament held each year at the White Deer Golf Course, the first Friday of August.” In 2017, over $30,000 was provided to over 100 patients residing in Lycoming County. Unfortunately, the need continues to grow. They estimate a budget of $40,000 in 2018. Community support is paramount in their ability to meet demand. Donations can be made to the K’s for Cancer organization at any time via their website, www.ksforcancer.org or by mail at K’s for Cancer, P.O. Box 103, Montoursville, PA 17754. PA #121099
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he county commissioners normally meet twice weekly — a work session on Tuesday mornings at 10:00 a.m. and the regular session at the same time on Thursday. The work session is designed to discuss and review agenda items that would be voted on in the regular session. Because of this, it is more informal in nature, although the discussions between the department heads who present their requests to the commissioners for approval can sometimes be quite intense. The vast majority of the time, however, it is the same old, same old — “Good morning, commissioners, I am requesting today… it is in the budget… yes, we have explored different vendors (practices, equipment, etc.) and my staff and I agree that this is the best option (vendor, purchase, etc.) for us…” Such was the normal give and take between Mya Toon, Lycoming County’s Chief Procurement Officer, who was asking to “award contract for EIP to PFM contingent upon EIP grant award.” The mind blurs in the barrage of abbreviations, but the commissioners appeared quite excited about this line item. Commissioner Jack McKernan, in fact, was leaning toward a break in protocol and voting immediately on it. Commissioner Rick Mirabito, still obviously suffering from a bout with the
flu that kept him away the past week, came alive and sat straight up in his chair and remarked, “I believe this is the most exciting thing we have worked on as a commissioner board.” So why exactly did the commissioners respond to the idea of, “Awarding contract for EIP to PFM contingent upon EIP grant award” like it was a trip to Disney World? EIP stands for a program out of the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) known as the Early Intervention Program. Like it sounds, it was originally set up to assist local municipalities experiencing financial difficulties, but has since been used by some of the healthiest counties in the state to improve their management, operational, and financial practices. What it does is provide matching grant funds to assist municipalities to develop comprehensive multiyear financial plans and establish short and long-term financial objectives.
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From this, they would then do a financial trend forecast, looking at future revenue, expenditures, economic, and demographic trends. Simply put, PFM would first look backward to see why the county is in the financial condition it is in, and then look forward and project what shape the county will probably be in the next three to five years. But PFM are not simply bean counters. They would interview all the departments and look at personnel and data from these departments and see what the needs are, and what they are not getting, what current technology is being used, and what the projected technology needs might be. The PFM experts might identify areas where cost savings may come from, such as better
tools available in the marketplace, or where better management practices could be developed. This is a comprehensive study, involving all departments and row offices, which would include Children and Youth as well as the courts. To that end, PFM uses as their consulting partner the law firm of McNees, Wallace, and Nurick LLC., recognized as one of the best law firms in the country by “US News & World Report” rankings. So what comes out of all this? Quite simply, a complete picture of a better way of doing things at all levels in county government — both financially and operationally. A priority listing will be developed, so that instead of the typical reactionary “tyranny of the urgent” response to issues, there will be a
proactive approach aligned with best practices. It will help the county better prepare for any possible negative hazards or risks on the horizon. It will assist the commissioners in developing a five-year financial plan, which will benefit everyone in the county, from local townships and boroughs, right down to the individual taxpayer. In the end, it should give every resident in Lycoming County more confidence in their county government. With this plan under their belt, the commissioners would really and truly be doing the best they could be doing. And getting all this for a net cost of around $16,500 a year for the next five years — it is no wonder the commissioners are so excited about it.
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What is so exciting about that? Well, it starts with the process itself. An outside firm of consultants needs to be hired to do the study. This is the “PFM” part of the line item on the agenda. It stands for the consulting company PFM, the nation’s leading financial advisory firm for local and state government. They consist of asset managers, financial advisors, and consultant partners who come in and review the government’s operations from top to bottom. PFM would bring in their team and begin by conducting a financial condition assessment. They will look at everything like fund balances, expenditures and revenues, not just currently but also a multiyear trend analysis of historic financial data.
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Help! I’ve Fallen Into Middle-Age and Can’t Get Up! Gray is the New Red By Jeffrey Allen Federowicz
t was a simple plan. Foolproof. No one would ever find out. Best of all, it would look natural. I drove to Mill Hall, where I wouldn’t be recognized. This part of my plan was paramount. To further shield my identity, an oversized sweatshirt, an old baseball cap, and sunglasses would be my disguise. Run into the store, a quick grab, go, and hightail it home. It was a foolproof plan — until I remembered the fool in question was me. My downfall wasn’t being recognized, but the need to squat. I can’t polka, drive a stick, and certainly can’t squat. When I squat, I fall forward or tumble backward landing on my rump. This time, however, I tipped to the side and rolled onto my back. I lay sprawled out on the floor, smack-dab in the middle of the aisle in front of my destination — Just for Men hair color. Since this old age product was placed on the very bottom shelf, I tried to squat thus causing me to drop, flop, and roll. Belly Roll! Common sense would suggest products for the AARP crowd such as hair color, denture paste, fuzzy socks, hernia braces, Bean-O, prune juice, dried prunes, canned prunes, Lawrence Welk cassette tapes, and anise gumdrops would be kept
at eye level. I hate getting older. First came that “cereal” sound I make. Yep. Snap, crackle, and pop when I bend my knees. Next came wrinkles the size of gutters around my eyes. Now, my favorite thus far, gray is the new red. My once flaming red beard now resembles faded red shag carpeting dusted with flour. Great joy! Getting older — it’s sad, it’s woeful; it’s like puberty on prune juice. So, there I am, on my back, staring up at the security cameras overhead. (I didn’t know, Just for Men and Bean-O were hot items to pilfer.) I imagined dozens of workers standing around the security monitors howling with amusement tinged with pity. “Look at that poor sap, trying to look youthful. He’s like a prune trying to pass as a plum.” To make matters worse, my belly — the jolly old thing — decided to make a surprise appearance by poking out from under my shirt. Trust me; it wasn’t a pretty thing to see. Some folks that saw said belly were scared — a few cried. “Oh my gosh,” said a voice loud enough to be heard by any shopper within an 11 aisle radius. “Sir! Are you OK?” Not sure I heard the voice correctly, but it sounded like the voice was going to fetch a shop-
In the parking lot, I caught sight of a peculiar looking older man. His odd appearance came from the two petrified and highly shellacked squirrels on his head. As I walked closer, I realized it wasn’t squirrels on his head but hair — human hair — in a hue not found (thank goodness) in nature. Walking right alongside squirrel guy was the older lady from the store. This was her husband — the life-like looking lad. This was life-like looking results? Hair that looked like it could double as a wooden roofing shingle? Oddly enough, this guy did look life-like. However, I’m not sure what kind of life he looked like. Maybe having gray hair isn’t that bad — on second thought, it’s bad — very bad.
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ping cart like I was a jumbo size bag of cat litter or a futon mattress that fell on the floor. Once upright and coherent, I attempted to make a quick exit until an older woman blocked my means of egress. When I say older, I mean older as in she probably dated Benjamin Franklin. “Try this,” she pointed to a box of hair dye called something like “Wet Paper Bag Taupe”, “Cold Oatmeal Tan”, or “Unnatural Natural Looking Macho Man.” “My husband uses this, and he looks so good. He always looks so life-like,” said Benny’s old flame. Smiling at her, I backed away quickly and headed for the exit. What the heck did she mean he looks so life-like?
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can contribute to falls. Consider the installation of motion-activated lighting so that dim areas can be automatically brightened when necessary. A nightlight or LED lights placed near molding can help guide seniors to the bathroom during midnight visits. Physical limitations Arthritis can impede seniors’ ability to turn on and off appliances, water faucets or handle certain kitchen tools. Kitchen and bathroom modifications can include the installation of ergonomic and user-friendly handles and spigots. Task lighting can make it easier to prepare meals, and appliances that automatically turn off after a certain period of time can be a safety feature for forgetful individuals. Reorganize kitchen cabinets to make commonly used items as accessible as possible. Smart Homes Friends or family members can have greater control over seniors’ homes by installing smart home systems. This way they can remotely adjust thermostats, control lights, view cameras, engage locks or alarm systems, and much more without having to be at the home. This can allow seniors to maintain their independence while offering peace of mind to their loved ones. Certain home modifications can reduce seniors’ injury risk.
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getting out and about will still need a way to get around. Moving to a retirement community with daily shuttle service to and from town centers is one way for seniors who no longer drive to get around. But men and women who do not want to move to such communities will need to find alternative means of transportation, the costs of which can add up quickly. Financial freedom in retirement is a goal for many working professionals. Attaining such freedom involves planning and saving for all potential expenses in retirement.
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etirement planning involves more than just investing in a 401(k) and/ or IRA. Individuals who hope to live comfortably in retirement must account for various expenses, including those associated with their health. A 2013 report from the U.S. Senate’s Commission on Long-Term Care found that each year an estimated 12 million adults in the United States require some type of long-term care. Planning for the following potential expenses can help men and women ensure they will have enough money to live well in retirement. • Housing: Many individuals would prefer to spend their golden years living in their own homes. However, adults who can no longer take care of themselves and/or their homes may need to move. Homeowners who simply want to downsize may be able to finance their transitions to retirement communities by selling their existing homes. But those who need to move into as-
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Tucker Lowery and South Williamsport Eighth Grade Basketball team coached by Scott Lowery
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setting up the championship encounter with son on one bench and Dad on the other. To add to the Lowery intrigue, my grandson Tucker was a guard for the visiting Bulldogs. Ever since he was old enough to dribble a basketball, when Doug and his family were home for a visit the three of us would go to the gym to shoot hoops Pictured are: Front – Tucker Lowery & Ben and enjoy the time together. Manning. Back – Doug Lowery, Scott Lowery, and Now, suddenly the realizaScott Manning. tion was right there in front and white clad Mounties for a most of me; my son was coaching against me, cherished team picture. and my grandson was surely doing his Adding to the homecoming was anothbest to beat my very own team on the er photo of Doug and a former South same court where we spent so many Williamsport high school teammate, hours. To make matters even more Scott Manning took with their sons personal, Tucker showed up wearing a after the game. Ironically, both Tucker South Williamsport basketball sweatand Ben Manning (a member of South shirt that I had given him a few years Williamsport’s seventh-grade team) are back as a gift. guards, both wearing the number 3. The championship game was both While sharing a post-game pizza, competitive and emotional, at least for Tucker said to me, “Grandad, do you the older coaching Lowery. It became remember me telling you how happy I quite personal when Tucker drained a was when I hit that game-winning shot three-point shot a mere five feet away against Biglerville earlier this season?” from the coaching box where I was Telling him I certainly did, he then restanding! Despite a valiant effort, my sponded, “Well, that three-point shot I team lost, but the sportsmanship of the hit today felt even better!” day was forever captured by a photo I hate to lose, but that shot will always of Tucker, in his maroon and gold Big remain pretty special to me also. Spring uniform, posing with my blue
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Family Takes the Day as Brothers and Sisters Both Reach Nextecords, Level After District 4 Meet medals, and a lot of highly successful District 4 meet at Wil-
cheering were the highlights of the District 4 Swimming Championships at Williams-
port. Swimming is a different kind of sport to follow. It’s one where swimmers represent schools just like every high school sport, but where the difference starts is in the offseason when most team up with their local YMCA programs. It creates fun rivalries, but it also creates a unique situation throughout the District 4 meet. Yes, every swimmer wants to leave with a medal, but they also are there to cheer and support their friends. As countless swimmers reached the top of their respective races more were there to greet them with cheers and support when the water finally settled. Jersey Shore’s Emma Butzler won the 100 fly, and teammate Jordan O’Connor broke a school record with her second-place finish in the 100 back. Bloomsburg’s Hanna Everhart erased a record that had stood for nearly 20 years, Danville’s Luke Stine won multiple events, and Sayre’s Joshua and Caleb McClelland each qualified for states. There are plenty more stories floating around, but let’s zero in on a few from a
liamsport. Sister Act, too Shamokin’s Abby Doss entered as the favorite in the 500 free. She won the event in last year’s district and state championships. She even set a district record in last year’s meet. It’s easy to see why she was a favorite. She might have felt nervous heading into the meet since she set the bar so high, but that wasn’t the source of her nerves. Her younger sister, Gabrielle, was also competing at the meet. Despite the nerves, both swimmers competed and won their respective events. Doss qualified with a win in the 500 free, and Gabrielle edged the competition in the 100 breast. Gabrielle even helped Doss with her laps in the 500 free, which helped since the two made up hand signals just in case Doss needed to speed up or slow down during the grueling 500 free. Doss will be headed back to Bucknell to defend her state and national titles in the 500 free, but this time she will be doing it with her sister there for a little more than support. This time it might be big sister who will be the one cheering a state champion to the finish.
Brothers gotta hug Sayre isn’t the first school that comes to mind when thinking about the District 4 Swimming Championships. There’s Lewisburg, Danville, Bloomsburg, Central Columbia, Montoursville, and Shamokin just Brett to name a few that might Crossley come before Sayre. Thanks to the McClelland brothers those names might have to be included with Sayre after the brothers produced three gold medals between the two of them. As a senior, Caleb McClelland knew it was his last chance to claim a title, and he delivered. McClelland opened the 200 free strong, jumping out to a quick lead. He was challenged but ultimately pulled away for a win. His final time of 1:44.31 edged Central Columbia’s Connor Empie, who posted a 1:46.91. “At the invitational, they did here I got a 1:47 and that’s only two seconds away from the record,” McClelland said. “I figured I would just go for it.” McClelland went for it and delivered with gold. One day later he was back in the pool for his featured event — the 500 free. “This is my event,” McClelland said. “It feels great. It’s an honor to be here. I get to swim with great people, and it’s just great to come down and swim against
them.” McClelland admitted the most difficult part of the entire meet was watching his brother swim. “That’s what I was more nervous about than my events,” McClelland said. “There was nothing I could do with his.” McClelland had his brother with him throughout the event last year. This year was different as both qualified for the PIAA Championships. That wasn’t the only excitement McClelland was going to have on the day. His biggest concern after stepping down from the podium was having enough time to see his little brother Joshua compete in the 50 free. “We train together and pace off each other,” McClelland said. “I make him stay ahead of me because he sprints. It’s good to have somebody, especially when it’s your brother.” Joshua McClelland, the sprinter in the family, proved he was up for the challenge of following his brother’s first district gold. Joshua took on a tough field in the 50 free and cleared it by a second to claim the top spot. He posted a 22.87 in the event. He also became the second McClelland to reach the top spot on the podium. “It’s really cool because we are always split apart,” Joshua said. “He’s a distance swimmer, and I’m the sprinter. He’s more of the swimmer, but I get to sprint in the 50. I’m just happy to be going to states with him.”
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BUILDING MATERIALS, Metal Roofing & Siding for houses, barns, sheds. Close outs, returns, seconds, overruns, etc. at Discount Prices. $1.62 LF 36” Coverage SlateRoadSupply.com 717-4455222. M01 LL BEAN 16 FOOT OLD TOWN DISCOVERY CANOE. Used Twice. $500.00. Call Jerry 570-494-7458. 126420 FOR SALE BUILDING MATERIALS. Metal Roofing & Siding for houses, barns, sheds. Close outs, returns, seconds, overruns, etc. at Discount Prices. SlateRoadSupply. com 717-445-5222. M01 LARGE MIRROR, APPROXIMATE Size 40” x 56”. One Of Five Made Only By Williamsport Mirror And Glass. Approximate Age, 50 Years. Cash And Carry, $500.00. 570-419-1263. 126011 EMPIRE CLOCK, APPROXIMATELY 180 Years Old. Appraisal Price, $7500.00. Cash /Carry $5000.00. 8 Foot Tall. 570-419-1263. 126011 BUY IT, SELL IT, FIND IT IN THE WEBB WEEKLY.
SAFE STEP WALK-IN TUB ALERT FOR SENIORS. Bathroom falls can be fatal. Approved by Arthritis Foundation. Therapeutic Jets. Less Than 4 Inch Step-In. Wide Door. Anti-Slip Floors. American Made. Installation Included. Call 1-800906-3115 for $750 Off. M01
FOR SALE CLAVANO New By Yamaha, Bought For My Wife To Play. Christmas Present. Never Played. Paid $5000.00 New. Asking $2000.00. Call 570-506-3475. 126396 REFRIGERATOR AND ELECTRIC STOVE. Very Good Condition, $450.00 Each, OBO. Call 570-745-3650. 126394 NEED TO SELL? WANT TO BUY? CHECK OUT WEBB WEEKLY CLASSIFIED ADS. DIRECT MAILED TO OVER 58,000 HOMES AND BUSINESSES, WE GET RESULTS. CALL CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT AT 570-326-9322.
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WANTED, CHEST FREEZER, IN GOOD CONDITION, Doesn’t Need To Work. Call 570745-2491. 126419 CHEVY S10 GOOD CONDITION. NO Junk. 2 Wheel Drive. Call 570538-1411. 126416 WANTS TO PURCHASE MINERALS AND OTHER OIL AND GAS INTERESTS. Send details to P.O. Box 13557, Denver, Co. 80201. C11 WANTED, CAST IRON FRY PANS, LIDS AND ANVILS. Call 570-9989132. 126534 CALLAHAN’S ANTIQUITIES 381 Broad Street Montoursville, PA ALWAYS BUYING Quality Antiques, Gold, Silver Top Prices Paid With Immediate Payment One Piece or Whole Estates “Member of Certified Appraisers Guild of America” Open Thursday, Friday, & Saturday11 a.m. to 5 p.m. 570-368-2597 126535
Come Join Us for a Day of Fun!
Gift Card BinGo! The St. John Neumann Parents Club is holding a Gift Card Bingo Sunday March 18 in the school cafeteria. (Entrance on Franklin St.) Doors open at Noon and Bingo will start at 1:00PM. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Ticket entitles player to 1 set of 16 regular Bingo Cards/Regular Bingo’s will feature gift cards from $25 to $50 and special gift cards from $75 to $250. Food will be available as well as for purchase.
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• Saturday, March 10, 2018 Lunch, Snacks &ble la Beverages Avai • Doors Open 11:30 AM Early Bird Bingo Game at 12:45 PM Tickets: $20.00 for 20 Games ONLY 275 TICKETS WILL BE SOLD! Bingo Starts at 1:00 PM Tickets at the door based on availability • Duboistown Fire Co. Social Hall Specials • Door Prizes • Chinese Auction Euclid Ave.
50/50 Drawings • Rip-Off Tickets
Advance Tickets - Call Tammy at 570-329-6233
TICKETS: Camille Salvatori 570-326-9222 or Rose Mumbauer 570-660-9349
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY BUSINESS FOR SALE
LANDSCAPING BUSINESS FOR SALE. CALL 570-279-1319 FOR DETAILS. 125741 BUSINESS SERVICE
ADVERTISE TO 10 MILLION HOMES ACROSS THE USA! Place your ad in over 140 community newspapers, with circulation totaling over 10 million homes. Contact Independent Free Papers of America IFPA at danielleburnett-ifpa@live. com or visit our website cadnetads.com for more Information. C11 ALTERATIONS
SUSANNES SEWING ROOM IS BACK IN BUSINESS. Alterations, Custom Work, Sewing Lessons And More!. Williamsport. Call 570-5067171. 120283
ROBERT’S LANDSCAPING - For All Your Lawn Care Needs. FREE Estimates, Fully Insured. Call 570-279-2012. 126538 - For All Your Lawn Care Needs. FREE Estimates, Fully Insured. Call 570279-2012. 126538 HAKES LAWN CARE. Time To Think Spring Clean Up And Summer Mowing. Book Us Now. Insured And In Business 8 Years. FREE Quote. Phone 570-220-9058. 126147 DAVID’S LAWN CARE, Accepting New Customers. FREE Estimates. Spring Cleaning, Mowing, Mulching, Weed Eating, Hedge Trimming. Fully Insured Call 570323-4014. 126397 WINDOW CLEANING
WINDOW CLEANING, I Will Travel. Hard Water Spots And Stain Removal From Glass. Making Spring, Summer And Fall Appointments. Dependable. Call 570-4043222. 126136 REAL ESTATE
RICHARD’S LAWN CARE & LANDSCAPING. Mulching, Mowing, Trimming, Spring Cleanup, Power Washing. FREE Estimates. Call Rick 570772-1588. PA#064570. Fully Insured. 126540
EXTRA LARGE 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT. Washington Blvd. Off Street Parking, References, S,W,T, Included. NO Smoking, NO pets. $525.00. 570-494-1663 AFTER 5PM. 125740
WILLIAMSPORT - NICHOLS COURT APARTMENTS, AVAILABLE NOW! 1 BEDROOM APARTMENTS MUST BE 62 YRS. OR OLDER & MEET FEDERAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS. RENT INCLUDES ALL UTILITIES. SECTION 8 VOUCHERS ACCEPTED. NON-SMOKING BUILDING. THIS INSTITUTION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER AND EMPLOYER. PLEASE CALL 1-800-735-3068, TTD: 711 TO REQUEST AN APPLICATION. 126133
NEWBERRY AREA: ROUNDHILL COURTYARD, WINTER SPECIAL: FIRST MONTH RENT FREE! Available Very Nice 2 Bedrooms 2nd Floor Apartments Fully Equipped Kitchen, Central Air, Washer/Dryer Hook Up, Gas Heat, Gas Hot Water And Off Street Parking. Tenant Responsible For Electric, Gas, Water/ Sewer. Trash Included In Rent. Mostly 55 Years Of Age Or Older, Background Checks Required And Small Limited Pet Policy With Charge. Call 1-800735-3068, Ext. # 239 or 570-279-7142. 126134
WILLIAMSPORT – ALMOND STREET COMMONS – 1 BRM. APTS. FOR ALL THOSE 62 YRS. OR OLDER WHO MEET FEDERAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS. W/W CARPET, A/C. ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED.SECTION 8 ACCEPTED. CALL FOR APPLICATION AND INFORMATION. 1-800-735-3068, OR 570329-2287, TDD711.THIS INSTITUTION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER & EMPLOYER. 125521
If you are interested in a new exciting job, we have great opportunities for you. American Customer Care (ACC) has immediate openings for Full and Part Time phone representatives in Montoursville. ACC is now hiring to fill the recently created openings listed below. Customer Service Representatives: We have immediate openings for Full Time Inbound Customer Service Representatives (CSR) for a variety of positions and shifts. Our CSR’s handle many types of inbound customer service inquiries including phone calls, emails and live chats. Outbound Telephone Survey Representatives: We have 15 immediate openings for Telephone Survey Representatives (TSR’s). TSR’s are responsible for calling business professionals throughout the U.S. to promote free trade journals and gather marketing research data on behalf of our clients. These positions all offer schedules Monday through Friday, with shifts available 9:00am to 5:00pm or 9:00 to 3:00. All opportunities offer paid training, competitive starting pay, competitive benefits and great incentive plans. Requirements are good written/verbal communication skills and basic computer skills.
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CAREGIVER WANTED FOR Elderly Gentleman In Jersey Shore. Knowledge Of Straight Cat Necessary. 6 Hours A Day Between 9 To 5. Call 570-419-6012. 126252 25 TRUCK DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED! Earn $1000 per week! Paid CDL Training! Stevens Transport covers all costs! 1-877-209-1309 drive4stevens.com. C11 HAPPY ACRES RESORT/RESTAURANT Has Immediate Openings For Housekeeping, Sous Chef, Bartender And Wait Staff. Call 570-753-8000. 126129 FLEET MECHANIC Full Time Mechanic Needed For Repair And Maintenance For A Fleet Of Cars. All Applicants Must Have Own Tools And A Current PA Inspection License. E Mail Resume To ajbiz1@ comast.net, Or Call 570322-3600, ask For Ann Or Ed. 126391
TAXI DRIVER NEEDED. Part Time, Full Time, Flexible Hours Available. Must Be At Least 25 Years Of Age And Possess A Clear , Valid PA Drivers License. Apply At 3575 West Fourth Street, Williamsport, PA 17701. 126394
BY GONE ANTIQUES BUYING JEWELRY, JEWELRY, JEWELRY GALORE! Pre 1960’s Glitzy And Gaudy Vintage Costume & Designer Jewelry. Estate Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Gold Jewelry (Old Or New), Sterling Jewelry, Sterling Silver Items And Quality Antiques. FOR APPOINTMENTS, PHONE 570-748-5648, LEAVE MESSAGE, OR 570-748-2242 THANK YOU 126536
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Rick Rinehart - Owner • Tree Removal • Tree Pruning & Trimming • Stump Grinding • Landscaping • Lawn Care • General Home Repairs • Hauling • Rental Clean Outs • Trash Removal • Handyman Services • Fully Insured 570-447-4810 • Rickstreeservice1@gmail.com
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585 Middle Road • Jersey Shore, PA 17740 Stove, Refrigerator And Washer/Dryer Hookup. NO Pets. Call 570-5468540. 126273 VERY NICE ONE BEDROOM Apartment. Second Floor. Convenient Location, Weiss, M&T Bank And Rivals. Gas Heat, Water, Sewer, Washer, Dryer Included. Year Lease, Security Deposit. $600.00 A Month. NO Smoking Or Pets. Call 570-419-4915. 126383 MUNCY, 2 BEDROOMS, Available Immediately. $601.00 To 681.00 / Month. Call 570-
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$630.00 - $650.00 1BEDROOM / 2 BEDROOM, In Williamsport. Heat/Water Included. NO Pets. Smoking OK. Call Or Text 570-249-0779. 125335 EXTRA LARGE 1 BEDROOM APARTMENTS. Washington Blvd. Off Street Parking, References, S,W,T, Included. NO Smoking, NO pets. $525.00. 570-494-1663 AFTER 5PM. 125096 MUNCY, NICE LARGE One 2 Bedroom, 1st Floor With Carport. One 2 Bedroom 2nd Floor Both With
Sturdy & Affordable!
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768-1128. Equal Opportunity Employer And Provider. 126542 HOUSE FOR RENT
HOME FOR RENT NEWBERRY AREA: WINTER SPECIAL! FIRST MONTH RENT FREE ! Very Nice 3 Bedroom with Den duplex, 2 baths, Basement, Fully Equipped Large Kitchen, Central Air, Washer/Dryer Hook Up, Gas Heat, Gas Hot Water And Off Street Parking. Tenant Respon-
Pancake & Sausage Breakfast Sunday, March 11th 8:00am until Noon Buttermilk Pancakes, Buckwheat Cakes, Sausage, Liverwurst, Apple Butter, Biscuits, Sausage Gravy, Coffee Cake, Syrup, Beverages
Adults $8.00 Children 12 & Under $4
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sible For Electric, Gas, Water/Sewer. Included In Rent: Trash. Background Checks Required and Small Limited Pet Policy With Charge. Call 1-800735-3068, Ext. # 239 or 570-279-7142. 125734 3 BEDROOM, 1/2 DOUBLE. Gas Heat, NO Pets. $725.00 Per Month, Plus Security. Call 570209-1765. 126261 HOUSE FOR SALE
CAPE COD HOME FOR SALE. 4 Bedrooms, 3 Bath, Large Eat In Kitchen, Family Room, Dining Room, Living Room, Large Attached Garage With Extra Storage, Plus Additional Large Garage/ Workshop. Lovely Neighborhood In Muncy Creek Township. $271,500. Call 570 433 - 4504. 126269
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683 Bud Drick Road . Allenwood, PA 17801
Call TODAY, to get your railings before winter’s ice & snow. MOBILE HOMES
3 BEDROOMS, 1 BATH, 1,270 Square Feet, .92 Acre, Oil Forced Heat, Gas Fire Place. Across The Road From Loyalsock State Forest. Cabin Or House. $103,000.00. 570220-7779. 126382 COMMERCIAL
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT. Tiadaghton Valley Mall. Square Footage, 560. Call 570-398-8000, Ext. 2 For More Information. 126274 OFFICE/RETAIL
APPROXIMATELY 1500 SQUARE FEET , WASHINGTON BLVD. Parking Lot, Carpeted, Central Heating/AC. References. No Smoking, NO Pets. S,W,T, Included. $475.00. Call 570494-1663 AFTER 5 PM. 125740
MOBILE HOME FOR SALE IN CHATHAM VILLAGE, Mcelhattan. Home Is 14x70, 3 Br And 2 Bath And In Good Condition. Has New Central Air And Is Natural Gas Heating. Includes All Appliances, Gas Stove, Refrigerator, Microwave, Washer And Dryer. Has Carport And Storage Shed. Asking $28,000 Call Wmspt. Cell 272-202-0374 Or 570-484-9161. CEMETERY PLOTS
GREENLAWN MEMORIAL PARK, Burial Lot 209. Graves 1,2,3,4, Section C. $1500.00 Per Lot. 806-336-5225, Or 570-865-6440. 125786 3 PLOTS AT GREENLAWN CEMETERY. Pick Your Own Spaces Anywhere. 570-441-7685 For Owner. 124961 4 SPACES IN EAST Gateway, Twin Hills. Make Reasonable Offer. Pay Transfer. Call 570368-8590. 126384 MANUFACTURED HOMES
Private retreat on the Loyalsock Creek available for vacation rentals. The rustic luxury that this 5 bedroom, fully furnished home offers is the perfect setting for family vacations, out of town guests, or romantic getaways. For more information please view our website at
THE BOSS SAYS SELL! Abandoned Mfg. Home 4Sale in Montoursville. Great for a handyman! Only $500. Call 570.546.1042 from 9A-5P. 126528
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RR2, Box 783, Jersey Shore, PA 17740
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REACH OVER 58,000 HOMES ADVERTISING YOUR BUSINESS CARD IN CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA BY HERE! CALL NICKIE TURI AT 570-326-932 2
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specializes heifer barns, freestall barns, pole buildings, garages, reroofing / residing, concreting, etc.
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of Oriole) HOURS: MONDAY - FRIDAY 7:00 - 4:00 SATURDAY 7:30 - 11:00
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Serving the Area Since 1995
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Have Your Business Card Delivered to Over 58,000 Homes Call Nickie at 570-326-9322 Meyers Masonry Restoration Co. HERSHBERGER BUILDERS Renew Carpet Cleaners
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– Broker – SUNRISE REAL ESTATE & MANAGEMENT SERVICES – (570)651-9205. 125742 STORAGE/GARAGE, 26’ X 26’ HEATED TwoCar Garage Available February 1, 2018. TenantPaid Electric Available. $400.00/Month. Located Off 220 Near Sheetz in Linden. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. Call Dawn Cohen – Broker – SUNLARGE STORAGE RISE REAL ESTATE & UNIT AVAILABLE MANAGEMENT SER– 1500 Sq. Ft. - $425/ VICES – (570)651-9205. Month. Located Off 220 125742 Near Sheetz in Linden. STORAGE UNITS. 10 Available IMMEDIATE- X 16. $75.00/Month. Call LY. Call Dawn Cohen 570-326-2830. 125343
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326-1589 / 546-5958 • 800-326-9364 www.keystonefurniture.com
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