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and much more. Yes, I said a hotbed for bass fishing; I know that might come as a surprise to many, but the West Branch is teaming with bass. Bass fishing as a whole has never been more popular in our country. There are more professional bass tournaments than ever. Heck, there’s even college bass fishing. Many universities including Penn State have teams. There is a bass fishing national title at the college level. Locally, a gentleman reached out to me with a great idea. Pat Neufer informed me about the creation of the Susquehanna Senior Bass League. A fishing league created for those 55 years and older, using our home waters of the Susquehanna between the Market Street Dam and the Jersey Shore Bridge as the designated fishing area. The league launch point is the Antlers Club, and the time and dates for fishing are Tuesdays beginning June 19th between the hours of 7 a.m. and 10 a.m., the season will run five weeks ending in July. I spoke with Pat and Stosh Wisniewski about the league, and it sounds like a lot of fun at a reasonable cost. Their idea is to get out and have fun fishing, throw in a little competition, and at the end of the day have plenty of smiles and stories to go around. If you are interested, please reach out to Pat 570-971-4435 or Stosh 570337-2678. I’ll let them cover all the infor-

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feathered friends. It could also be I’m finally wearing my glasses. Please, no matter what you’re doing in the outdoors pick up after yourself. Do not leave anything behind for the next person. However, if you are that next person, and somebody has left trash, please pick it up and throw it away. Nothing is more upsetting to me than when I have time to spend on Loyalsock Creek and its beauty is marred by ignorance. Thank you. Oh, I almost forgot, the Montoursville/ Loyalsock Bridge Project is moving right along. It was great to hear from so many of you about the new paint scheme I discussed last week. You may want to read the final paragraph of that portion of the story. I may have been spoofing you a little bit. God Bless America.

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nal, I was playing my one and only season of Little League ball. “Webb Weekly” helps Bill look at those 50 years he spent behind the mask in an interview we conducted with him. How did you become an umpire at Original? I worked for Acme Super Market on West 4th Street, a couple of blocks down the street from Original. In summer of 1968, a manager, Charlie Hicks, of the 40et8 team came in the store and asked me to umpire a game

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Bill Fritz with his plaque commemorating his 50 years with Original League. (Photo by Charlie Bennett.)

used two fields to complete a championship game. Who has been your greatest influence during your umpiring career? Two men, both League managers, Charlie Hicks and Lee Springman. And the excellent umpire associates I worked with over the years — Carl Young, Ed Summerson, Tim Quigley and Tom Mulcahy, and also the fact that you have an opportunity to influence young minds

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What advice do you have for young umpires just starting out? Go to all the umpiring schools you can, Little League International has a lot of great programs and excellent instructors. Every one you go to, you will find different ways to improve your umpiring experience. Stay involved! How has the game experience changed for you through the years? I think it has made me a better man; it has taught me patience and compassion in the way I think I address people. Is umpiring harder or more challenging now than when you started out? I think it was more fun in the beginning; now it is a lot more exciting. This year we introduced new bats along with the international. Bill wanted to hang up his mask and ball and strike indicator this year, but found that he can’t because of a shortage of umpires at Original, a problem that many leagues are having. He hopes though, to cut back the number of games he does but is glad to provide others with the benefit of his experience. And what experience he has and has had!

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EVENTS... EVENTS Emergency Preparedness Day What: FCC Allenwood/USP Lewisburg Crisis Support Teams “12th Annual Emergency Preparedness Day”. View online! http://FCCEPD.Weebly.com Over 50 outside agencies will be involved, including the FBI, ICE, PA State Police, The Red Cross, PA Game Commission, along with local fire and emergency response agencies. These agencies will provide education on both institutional and environmental emergencies and disasters. Free and open to the public. When: May 17, 2018 from 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Where: The FCC Allenwood Training Center is located across from Clyde Peelings Reptiland on Route 15. FCC Allenwood, Rt. 15, 2 Miles North of Allenwood, Allenwood. Tire Drive What: Tire Drive. Proof of residency is required. Up to 12 car or light truck tires accepted free of charge. When: May 18th Noon-5:00 p.m.; May 19th 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Where: Mifflin Township Building 106 First Fork Road, Jersey Shore. Dinner What: Broiled or beer battered haddock or glazed chicken dinner - open to the public. When: Friday, May 18, 2018, 5:00 p.m. Where: American Legion Post 0617, 901 South Market Street, South Williamsport. Dinner What: Snug band. When: Friday, May 18, 2018, 9:00 p.m. Where: American Legion Post 0617, 901 South Market Street, South Williamsport.

Community Calendar From Woodchips to Sawdust Film What: Watch this documentary from 1926 about the last of the large lumber operations in PA. Contact Rhiannon Summers at 570-477-7780 or rhsummers@pa.gov for more information. When: Friday, May 18 from 1:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m. Where: Meet at the Visitor Center in Ricketts Glen State Park. Bygone Town of Ricketts Tour What: Discover where the town of Ricketts used to stand and learn some history along the way. When: Friday, May 18 from 2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. Contact Rhiannon Summers at 570-477-7780 or rhsummers@pa.gov for more information. Where: Meet at the Visitor Center in Ricketts Glen State Park. Yard & Bake Sale What: Yard and Bake Sale to benefit Lycoming Animal Protection Society (LAPS). There will be a wide variety of items available. LAPS is a non-profit, no-kill feline shelter located in South Williamsport. When: Saturday, May 19 from 8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Where: First Ward Fire Company at 573 Hastings Street in South Williamsport across from the Dairy Queen. Handicap parking, drop off & pick up available at the door. All others, please use AAA parking lot (located across the street) or Fire Co. parking lot (behind the Fire Co.) accessible via E. Mountain Avenue then Main Street. Golf Tournament What: Putts Fore Paws charity golf tournament to benefit the animals at the Lycoming County SPCA. The tournament consists of a four-person scramble. Divisions include: Men, Women, and Mixed Foursomes. Morning coffee, goodies, and a luncheon are included in the entry fee. Skill prizes will be awarded for “closest to the pin,” with other skill prizes to be announced. When: Saturday, May 19. Registration at 8:30 a.m. Shotgun start at 9:30 a.m. Where: White Deer Golf Complex in Montgomery. Audubon Program What: Lycoming Audubon birding field trip near Barbours,

celebrating Loyalsock Creek as “PA River of the Year”. This will be an easy one-mile walk near the creek, through woods and fields. When: Saturday May 19, 2018 at 8:30 am, weather permitting. Trip leader is Larry Waltz (570-323-2385). Where: Meet at the Plunketts Creek Township Building, 179 Dunwoody Rd. See our website www.lycomingaudubon. blogspot.com for directions; or meet in the Montoursville Walmart parking lot near Wendy’s, at 7:45 am, to carpool.

When: Thursday and Saturday at 9:00 a.m. Where: Williamsport Memorial Park Pickleball Courts.

Fallen Soldiers Ride What: Jersey Shore Post 36 American Legion Fallen Soldiers Ride. Ride ends at Muncy Legion. Entertainment by The Corral. When: Sunday, May 20th. Where: Registration at Post 36, 320 Seminary St., Jersey Shore.

Christian Motorcyclist Meeting What: Local CMA meeting (Christian Motorcyclists Association), an international organization founded by one man in 1975. We raised almost $4.4 million dollars last year in our annual fundraising ride—Run For The Son! Over $800,000 went to each of these three: Missionary Ventures, Open Doors, and the Jesus Film Project. Through Missionary Ventures we distributed bicycles, motorcycles, horses, boats, 3 horse & buggies, 2 snowmobiles, and 1 camel. Through Open Doors, 2.6 million Bibles, and via the Jesus Film Project over 119 million people have viewed the life of Christ in their own heart language. The results are phenomenal! CMA’s main mission is to bikers, to reveal the love of Jesus and to be a servant in any way we can. If you are a biker, and a Christian, join us at our meeting and get acquainted with us. See what we are doing. If you are not a Christian, but are intrigued by all this, you are welcome to join us at our meeting, too! For more info, call Terry Seyler- 570-6602397, or Lou Gatti- 570-220-9211, or call Ron Kelly- 570322-4341 and leave a message. You can also find out more about CMA at our national website at cmausa.org or visit our local chapter website at cmaner5.org/PA/SONRISERIDERS. When: The 3rd Tuesday of every month. Share a meal with us at 5:30 p.m. and business meeting at 7:00 p.m. Where: Perkins Restaurant in the backroom, Williamsport.

Auction, BBQ & Tractor Pull What: Chinese auction, chicken BBQ and garden tractor pull When: Sunday, May 20th from 9:00 a.m.-? Where: Oak Grove Community Center, 2312 Elimsport Rd., Montgomery. Susquehannock Program What: Program on the Susquehannock Indians presented by Tom “Tank” Baird, a local avocational archaeologist. When: Sunday, May 20 at 2:00 p.m. Where: GJBHS, 19 N. Loyalsock Ave, Montoursville. Homeschool Day K-6th grade What: All programs for this day are for homeschool or cyber school families with children in grades K-6. Celebrating International Turtle Day. Check out events.dcnr.pa.gov for more details. Contact Rhiannon Summers at 570-477-7780 or rhsummers@pa.gov for more information. When: Wednesday, May 23rd from 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. Where: Meet in the Visitor Center at Ricketts Glen State Park.

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Joyful Noise Unity Fellowship Event! Crossfire, Soulful, Kim Adair & Other Musicians Special Feature Kingdom Kidz Puppeteers at 4PM

Model Railroad Program What: Free Saturday Trains Model Railroad Program. When: Every Saturday Throughout the Year, 10 a.m. to Noon. Where: Christ Memorial Episcopal Church at the corner of Pine and East Market streets in Danville, Montour County.

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Homemade Days What: Kedron United Methodist Church homemade days. Baked goods, soups, flea market, lunch will be served, and Rada Cutlery. Vendor spaces available call 570-584-5475. When: May 18th from 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. and May 19th from 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Where: Strawbidge-Kedron United Methodist Church, 14725 Route 220 Hwy., Hughesville. Chicken BBQ What: Drive-thru chicken BBQ. When: Saturday, May 19 from 11:00 a.m.-? Where: Crossroads Nazarene Church, 71 Nazarene Lane, Milton. Intersection of Routes 147 & 45 Montandon. Smorgasbord What: Smorgasborg featuring: ham and turkey, veggies, salads, dessert and beverage included. Adults $10.00, children age 6-12 – $4.00, children age 5 and under are free. When: Sat. May 19th, 2018, from 4:00 p.m. to ? Where: St. John Lutheran Church, 68 Gordner Church Rd, Unityville, 3 mi. west of Unityville on Moreland Baptist Rd. Blessing of the Animals What: Blessing of the animals. Phone 570-753-8137. When: May 19, 2018 from 9 a.m.-noon. Where: Avis United Methodist Church, 215 Prospect Ave., Avis. Rummage Sale What: Rummage and bake sale. When: May 19 from 8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Where: Hughesville Baptist Church, 37 N 3rd St, Hughesville.

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Ballroom Dance What: Montoursville Rotary ballroom dance fundraiser. When: Saturday, May 19, at 7:30 p.m. Where: Divine Providence Hospital Auditorium, 11 Grampian Boulevard Williamsport. Ham and Turkey Dinner What: Country Style Ham and Turkey Dinner. The Parishioners of immaculate conception parish invite you to our annual country style Ham and Turkey dinner. Take-outs will be available. When: Sunday, May 20, 2018. Where: Immaculate Conception Parish Center in Bastress on Jacks Hollow Road, off SR 654. Gospel Songfest What: A Gospel Fest featuring Dr. Tom and the Spectacles, Rejoice, Geary and Rhonda Walizer, Lenny Weber, Tom Wetzel and Tim and Shawn McNett. Join us to sing along and listen to some of your favorite gospel hymns. Admission is free, and light refreshments will be served following the Songfest. When: Sunday, May 20th, 2018, at 7:00 p.m. Where: Huntersville United Methodist Church, 5263 Rabbittown Rd., Muncy.

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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Support Group What: Friends and Family Support Group. This Support Group is for people with Mental Illnesses and people who support people dealing with Mental Illnesses. When: Mondays from 6 to 8 p.m. Where: The Beacon Hub Drop-In Center via the Memorial Ave. entrance of the Pajama Factory. Second Floor Studio 40.

Williamsport Herb Guild What: Williamsport Herb Guild monthly meeting: Monica Pape The Accidental Agronomist will be joining our meeting on May 21 and giving a presentation on Preparing your soil. Please remember this is our fundraiser at Wendy’s and pick up a snack or supper and bring to the meeting. Public invited. When: Monday, May 21, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. Where: Covenant Central Presbyterian Church, 807 West Fourth St., Williamsport. Kiwanis Club

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Sale and Donations What: Church items for sale or donations. When: Monday, May 21, 2018. Where: First Presbyterian Church, 102 East Third St., Williamsport. Rummage Sale What: Rummage sale. Clothing, small appliances, children’s

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Bald Eagle Mountain A.B.A.T.E What: Chapter 32, will meet at a new location. Call President Duane Wallis at 570-447-8129 for more information. When: Last Sunday of every month at 1 p.m. Where: Turbotville VFW, 4835 St. Rt. 54, Turbotville.

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Afternoon of Praise Music What: Concert and bake sale. Music performances by the South Williamsport and St. John’s-Newberry UMC praise teams. Public invited – refreshments served. Donations appreciated to benefit the Rwanda, Africa mission trip. When: Saturday May 19th, 2018 from 2:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m. Where: St. John’s-Newberry UMC Fellowship Hall, 2101 Newberry St., Williamsport.

Dinner and Show What: Potluck dinner and ventriloquist show with Katie Clees and Friends. When: May 19. Dinner at 5:00 p.m., show starts at 6:30 p.m. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. Where: Almond Branch Ministries, 912 Almond St. Williamsport.

toys, and more. When: Monday, May 21, from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.; Tuesday, May 22, from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.; Wednesday, May 23, from 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Where: Church of St. Ann, 1200 Northway, Williamsport (Northway and Sheridan).

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COUNTY HALL tenure as warden that the prison system achieved 100% compliance inspections by the Department of Corrections. Under his leadership, the Lycoming County Prison has won awards for practices and been a standard of excellence throughout the Commonwealth. Beyond his ‘day job’ as warden, DeParlos showed true professionalism in his field by sharing his knowledge and talents by serving on many committees and boards both in Lycoming County and around the state during his career.

Commissioner Jack McKernan was not in attendance at the meeting, but both Commissioners Mussare and Mirabito had moving words to share with the departing warden. Tony Mussare remarked that when they interviewed candidates for DeParlos’ position, they asked what they felt would need to be changed once the warden stepped down. This is generally a question that interviewees for a major position use to offer their keen leadership potential, but not in this case. The candidates offered they

could tweak something here and there, but substantially — nothing needed to be changed. Rick Mirabito commented how amazing it was to see the man in action. No matter what the situation, he always was extremely calm, keeping an even demeanor, despite the situation. Both commissioners also highly praised Kevin DeParlos’ integrity and honesty. When it came time for the man of honor to speak, his words were short, humble, and simple. He commented that he had spent 36 1/2 years, most of his working life, committed to the county system. He thanked the commissioners and the prison board, and all those who were in

the room that were his support team. He closed by saying how thankful he was for the career that he was able to have. As he was heading out the door, I was able to talk with him briefly about his future plans. DeParlos smiled and said that he was not quite sure. Obviously, he wanted to take a break from the grind but quickly noted that he was not interested in going out to pasture or the golf links. He still has passions and is considering teaching to share his insights with others. It was that dedication to service that made Kevin DeParlos the best kind of warden, and one whose example set a path for others to follow.

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Way’s Garden Art Show What: Bald Eagle Art League invites all to enjoy a full day of family leisure and pleasure with activities for everyone from eldest to youngest at Williamsport’s traditional Way’s Garden Art Show 2018. Come hear the music of Williamsport’s own Repasz Band and Sue Bloom’s Acoustic Trio. Indulge your eyes looking upon the various works of art displayed by your favorite artists. Feast at Trinity Episcopal Church’s Strawberry Festival on BBQs, sandwiches, cakes, cold shakes and more goodies too numerous to mention. When: Sunday June 10, 2018 from 11:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Where: Way’s Garden corner of Maynard & West 4th streets, Williamsport. WEEKLY EVENTS WEEKLY EVENTS... Mondays Karaoke │ Keith’s Karaoke │ Kelly’s Grill │ 7 p.m. │ 37 West Fourth Street, Williamsport │ (570) 327-9570 Quizzo Trivia │ Valley Inn │ 9 p.m. │ 204 Valley Street, Duboistown │ (570) 326-3383 Quizzo Trivia │ Sinner or Saint Speakeasy │ 7 p.m. │ 1324 W. 3rd St., Williamsport │ (570) 6014014

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especially in secretarial or retail nother monumental jobs. 30 years ago, an 18-yearshift in society — in old would be trying to sell you a the summer of 1978, lawn mower at Sears. Now it’s a 60% of teenagers were 42-year-old father of three. working or looking for work. By So what’s the better take? 2016, only 35% were doing that! Have a teen learn the ropes and Now, don’t be quick to judge (as responsibilities of a part-time I was) and say the kids these days summer job, or further their are too lazy to hit the job trail. education, preparing for the “long Many are spending more time haul.” pursuing education. Gerry Tough call. Many ambitious teens are Ayers But let’s go back to the summer taking summer school classes of 1978 when I was a 16-year-old to “get ahead” and prepare for an upcoming tough college curriculum. stallion and give you a point of view most In fact, the percent of recent high school of my peers had then. First off, after the solid grind of the long graduates enrolled in college is up 25%. That, believe it or not, is almost the exact school year, I was mentally and physically same as the decline in the teenage labor- prepared to “enjoy” my summer to the fullest. Girls, bike rides, driver’s permit, force participation rate. Thus, summer classes are the new summer family vacation, time at the tennis courts, mowing the lawn, going to the pool. I jobs. Goodbye to the lifeguards, the paperboys, figured I was going to be a slave to labor the kids who used to shovel ice cream the rest of my life, so why get started too or flip burgers at your local eatery. The early and burn myself out? Something went off inside me though. I percent of 16 to 19-year-olds enrolled in summer school has tripled in the last few still got a summer job, as did many of my classmates, because we wanted to spend years. Good for our young adult brainpower, money. Green stuff wasn’t exactly growing bad for employers looking for “cheap help.” on trees, and our parents were strapped However, another reason teens aren’t with their own expenditures. I landed a part-time (felt like full-time) gig hitting the want ads is that some employers are less likely to hire them. Since the as maintenance help for a small ice cream major recession of 2008-2009 many older shop in Loyalsock — where Carvel used Forsburg ELSN 031318.pdf 1 3/14/2018 4:33:30 PM adults are staying in the workforce longer, to stand! The summer before I delivered


when not staring out the window watching people wing Frisbees or playing hoops or laying out, was worth it. And when I say “spent” I literally mean it. Summer school, at any level, isn’t free. Teachers don’t “donate” time for you to catch up or get ahead. I forget my fee, but nothing at Lycoming College came at dime store rates. So, it wasn’t with great surprise when I read Lou Hunsinger’s piece last week in Webb Weekly about the city pool lacking applicants for lifeguards. It all hits home now. Most teens I have spoken to lately have other things on their mind and agenda than obtaining a summer job. More worried about acceptance letters than folding shirts or stacking shelves at Target or Lowes. I have also spoken to employers; they say teen applications have tumbled from years

past. It’s nice to know this current crop is embracing more classroom work ethic, but it’s saddening that they aren’t getting a “taste” of real-world labor and ethics. It surely taught me things I couldn’t learn in the confines of four walls and an uncomfortable desk/chair combination! Rewind to the 16-year-old Gerry in the summer of 1978. The money I saved from work went towards a new bicycle, some sneakers, an updated Fischer stereo system with (get this) 8-track tape player and turntable! Any money beyond that went for ice cream from the guy in the truck coming down our street. Oh, and a jar for my “Pontiac Trans-Am fund” — the car I lusted for in high school. Flash to the current: kids don’t buy or

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said Day-Ulrich. Information sessions will teach local landlords how they will benefit from leasing apartments and homes to individuals through this service. Before qualifying, Housing Location Services, all Liberty House clients will complete their Renter’s Certification and advanced budgeting education. Only then will clients be able to receive financial assistance for security deposits and up to three months rent. Once a client is in their apartment, there are

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Williamsport Community Park Association, and we were on our way. The 88acre park complex at the east end of South Williamsport is truly a gem for all county residents, and we decided to add a bit of sparkle to it. Our first fundraiser netted us $150. All we needed was another $285,000! So began a five-year process of fundraising, grant writing, learning, and begging. We met on a weekly basis and never stopped. We gained support from the borough, the school district, the United State Tennis Association, and dozens of other groups.” He is quick to note that they are not a tennis group, but rather a Community Park Group — and the courts are just the beginning. “We are extremely excited to show off

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would need to compete with it. She and the drama teacher agreed to do auditions simultaneously, and those auditioning were not even sure what this play was about. But Anna Vaughn Stewart did, and when she picked sophomore Rhamir Hatcher in the lead role, it was like she had him in mind when she wrote the script. The supporting characters; Brian Bond as “Bailey” (the best friend), Devin Swartz as “Cameron” (co-worker), Olly ‘Conner’ Gautieri as “Logan” (kid brother), Mercedes Rothrock as “Ms. Riley” (teacher), and Hailey Robbins as “Sydney” (neighbor friend) were all perfect for their parts. Anna Vaughn Stewart put them through an intense regime of daily rehearsals, practices, and showed incredible insight as a first-time director. She encouraged the players to make the characters real to them. Some lines got modified for realism, and even the ending got a twist from the original script. Symbolism such as the color red running through the apparel of the characters showed a common link between them, and when red disappeared from Alex’s clothing — it was a symbol that the end was near. All the work and prep was worth it. The opening night on Saturday, January 20, 2018, with a Sunday afternoon matinee afterward was an amazing success. All admission fees were donated to the local chapter of NAMI (National Association of Mental Illness), and it amounted to $4,176.89 — the largest donation


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I gathered up my gear and headed to the vehicle, eager to see the bird that had been doing all of that gobbling. As I arrived at the truck, my hunting buddy came out of the woods — with an empty game pouch! It was a clean miss — something that happens to us all. Although it was disappointing to have missed, we both agreed it was a great morning and a great day of hunting. And, really, that is what brings us back, time after time — to spend quality time in the woods with good friends and being able to observe and hear things that most folks will never get a chance to enjoy. “Well,” we thought, “there’s always tomorrow…”

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motivated me a lot. I was reals Lewisburg’s Carter Casmir walked ly focused. I had a hard time concentrating in school. All off the court to end I could think about were the the 2016 District 4 Tennis Singles Championships matches.” Casmir arrived at the West he immediately set a goal for himself. Branch Tennis Club just about an hour before the tournament The goal was not a return chair arrived. He spent his time to the championship match, Brett getting ready and blowing off but a return and win in the Crossley extra energy. championship match. The runAs the competitors and ofner-up finish haunted Casmir throughout the offseason, providing ficials arrived at the club for the final plenty of motivation to continue his matches of the tournament, Casmir was leaving the court with a forehead hard work. Last Monday, Casmir’s yearlong jour- dripping sweat. The intense warm-up ney ended the same way he pictured sessions didn’t seem to bother him at it in his mind as he walked off the all. “I spent 20 minutes warming up and court—a win. Casmir defeated Central Columbia’s getting ready to go,” Casmir said. “I John Duncan, the No. 2 seeded com- didn’t play at all Sunday and wanted petitor in the tournament, 6-1 6-2 to to get here early and make sure everyclaim the District’s top individual ten- thing felt good. I wanted to make sure I nis award. Casmir cruised through the wasn’t going to screw anything up.” His first match was a perfect example tournament, winning matches quickly and always looking more focused than of the mental toughness he possesses. Casmir dominated the No. 4 seed in the the opposition. “It gave me a goal,” Casmir said. “It tournament. He moved shots around


been my top goal.” Casmir moved shots around the court and once again looked like the better player. The pressure of qualifying for States wasn’t even an issue as both the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds out of the district advanced with their respective semifinal wins. Casmir wasn’t going to be satisfied with the chance to compete at Hershey. He wanted the District 4 gold and it showed. He rarely would display emotion unless it was directed at himself. With the expectations of the No. 1 seed looming large, Casmir delivered what

he set out to do almost a year ago to the day. He completed his run and earned the gold at the end of the road. “I was definitely nervous coming into the match,” Casmir said. “There was more pressure on me this year since I was the No. 1 seed. I knew I was going to have tough matches this year.” Much like his emotions on the court, Casmir rarely displayed any nerves going through the District 4 field despite being worked up. He was cool throughout the entire two-day tournament and reached the ultimate goal at the end for his efforts.

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Lewisburg’s Carter Casmir stands with the 2018 District 4 Tennis Singles Championship goal moments after defeating Central Columbia’s John Duncan. (Photo by Brett R. Crossley.)

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NEWBERRY AREA: ROUNDHILL COURTYARD, 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 1-800-7353068, Ext. # 239 or 570279-7142. 128121 WILLIAMSPORT - NICHOLS COURT APARTMENTS AVAILABLE! 1 BEDROOM APARTMENTS, MUST BE 62 YRS. OR OLDER & MEET FEDERAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS. BUS STOP IN FRONT. 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. 128120

BRAND NEW LUXRY 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT. All Appliances, Central Air, Private Parking, Washer & Dryer, Located Downtown Williamsport. Pet Friendly. $895.00/Month. Call 570-326-1998. 127748 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 AND BUS STOPS AT BUILDING. NON SMOKING BUILDING. THIS INSTITUTION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER AND EMPLOYER. PLEASE CALL 1-800-735-3068, TTD: 711 TO REQUEST AN APPLICATION. 126900

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2 STORY, 2 BEDROOM 1/2 DOUBLE, NEWBERRY OFF REACH ROAD, $ 750 PER MONTH, INCLUDES WATER, TENANT PAYS UTILITIES, NO PETS, NO SMOKING, REFERENCES AND DEPOSIT REQUIRED, CALL 570 419 4704.

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