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Love, Life and Selflessness Easter Thoughts from Father Manno By Jim Webb Jr.
ather Manno is one of my favorite people in our neighborhood of the West Branch Valley. When we get together, we can talk all day, about everything from the Catholic Church to Ebbets Field and when his dad played for the Boston Braves. Before I get to our discussion about Lent and Easter, just let me tell you Father is doing well, he’s had a little trouble getting around due to a foot problem. He loves to hear from you, so reach out to him when convenient. As I’m already doing, it’s hard for Father and me to stay on track when we get together. Just thought I’d let you know we also enjoyed a lunch at Rivals and a drive around the greater Williamsport area. Father Manno and I both agreed Williamsport has never looked so good. We were both amazed by the Penn College campus and how much is going on there. He was very impressed with all the work being done at the Lycoming County Veteran’s Memorial Park. One of our favorite stops was Bowman Field. I really think if he were able, he would have hit me some fly balls to shag on this beautiful sunny afternoon. Father Manno is proud and passionate about the area he calls home. He and I share the same love for our community. He was quick to point out it’s the great people of
the Williamsport area that make this such a special place to live and raise a family. “We are all so blessed to live where love, friendship, and community still matter so very much in today’s world.” That word love dominated our conversation about the Lenten season and Easter. Father made it clear that “God’s infinite love for each of us was shown by the sending of his only Son to walk amongst us. To suffer, die and be buried; only to rise again to show everlasting life is possible for all.” I have always appreciated how Father John can break things down, and make them easy to understand. So here are some of his thoughts on topics related to the season of reconciliation and Easter. First up, the question I’ve heard asked so often this year, “Why does Easter fall so late this spring?” “Easter has ancient roots; we always celebrate Christ’s Resurrection on the Sunday after the full moon, which occurs after the vernal spring equinox. This year what is referred to as the Paschal full moon occurs on April 19th, which makes Easter Sunday, April 21st.” Father also shared with me that the earliest Easter can fall is March 22nd, and the latest it can fall is April 25th. What did Father Manno give up for
Lent? “Same thing I do most years, eating between meals.” We both laughed at this because our Italian heritage makes it very difficult to only eat at those three times a day. Father wanted me to stress that Lenten sacrifice is about selflessness. It is intended to show a person’s love for Jesus and his fellow man. “It doesn’t have to be done by giving something up, like candy. It can also be shown through charity, such as volunteering time each week or doing something above what is normal. The key is to show love each week during Lent, and a commitment to whatever you choose. Be selfless.” One of Father’s favorite times of Holy Week is Holy Thursday. “The Last Supper was a beautiful event. It was all about love and friendship. Jesus was bringing together the Apostles for a celebration prior to what he knew would be a very tough Friday, ending with the crucifixion.” Father Manno was especially touched by Jesus kneeling and washing the feet of the Apostles at the Last Supper. This was a sign of love and that we are all one and the same. “A beautiful gesture of friendship. On this special day.” Other things that Father shared about Easter, which is the most important day on the Christian calendar, although Christmas gets a lot more hype, was the love and tragedy of Good Friday. How the crowd turning on Jesus and the brutal events of the day were necessary to spill the blood of
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Jesus Christ for the love and forgiveness of mankind. A truly selfless act by our Lord and Savior. After Jesus’ Resurrection from the tomb, he was met by Mary Magdalene who wanted to embrace him. Jesus did not want this. He wanted her to embrace him spiritually and wanted her to stop holding on to his mortal being. Father Manno shared with me the importance of this was to make “Easter touchable.” To understand that it is a matter of love and faith that makes it so, not a physical embrace. “We need to believe in our Lord and Savior, unconditionally and make Easter a part of every day.” “Easter is truly a story of love and good winning out over evil. That by accepting Jesus Christ into your life you are forgiven and Everlasting life is possible,” Father shared. Some other thoughts from Father Manno — a palm signifies both life and death. A lily looks like a megaphone to proclaim, “the greatest news the world will ever know. Christ has risen.” Father Manno’s favorite Easter candy is the peanut butter egg, although he also loves jellybeans. Father believes that his grandmother, who was Pennsylvania Dutch, summed up Hope Springs Eternal no matter when Easter falls on the calendar, as she would often say to him, “Even in February, things are stirring beneath the Earth, we might not see them, but we know they’re there.” Father Manno’s message to everyone is to, “love each other and share the spirit of Jesus Christ.” Father Manno and I wish you a very Happy Easter. God Bless America.
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imon sat on the bow of the boat and watched the eastern sky begin to reveal the first light of day. They had been on the water all night long and had absolutely nothing to show for it. Simon couldn’t sleep because he was confused. Deeply confused. Simon was a fisherman. Bold and confident, he was also a man of action. He grew up fishing, and manual labor on the open water had weather-toughened his body, mind and spirit. He never hesitated when it came to speaking his mind. And
if someone wanted to pick a fight, Simon was more than happy to oblige. He took great pride in taking on challenges. But Simon had another side to him. The shallow but expansive body of water in which he fished was called Tiberias. It was too big to be a lake, but really too small to be a sea. Regardless, it was a treacherous place where sudden storms and high winds would turn the usually tranquil water into a boiling cauldron of waves and spray. On more than one occasion, it had threatened to take him
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the eggs. Use a white crayon to draw on the egg directly. The dye will not stick to the wax. Or use string, rubber bands, tape, stickers, or other items to create your pattern. Dip the egg and then remove the materials afterward to reveal the design. • Swirl a few drops of food coloring into shaving cream on a flat surface. Roll the eggs into the mixture, let dry, and then gently clean to remove the excess shaving cream. The result is a marbled effect. • Recognize that you don’t have to “dye” eggs at all. Use a sponge to dab on a design. Strips of tissue paper can be adhered to the egg with glue or shellac. Children may enjoy submerging the egg in glue and then coating it in glitter. The potential to create creative Easter eggs is limitless. Embracing new strategies can set this year’s eggs apart.
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Dressing the Family this Easter
rowing up, each spring my mother would get me a new dress to wear on Easter Sunday. “Get” and “new” being somewhat arbitrary words, because she did not always buy a brand-new dress. Some years, I wore hand-me-downs, some years she made the dress, some years we found a secondhand dress. With two little girls of my own, I’m faced with the same situation my mother tackled year after year — dressing and coordinating a family of four for the Easter holiday. It would be great to have the time and budget to shop for new outfits for my husband, my
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and I work in fairly formal office settings, so we have dressier options. Many times, your workwear can double as your church-wear. For men, swap out your white button-down for a pastel shirt, like light blue, or lavender. Standard black, Bernadette grey, or navy dress pants Ulsamer will suffice. You don’t have to don a full suit and tie unless you want to. Just make sure shirt and pants are wrinkle-free, and dress shoes are polished. For the lady of the house, if you wear
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DRESSING EASTER colorful tailored bottoms, like a red or green slim-fit pant with a feminine breezy top or twin set. If you really want to push the envelope, consider a jumpsuit. Be careful if you go down this style path. Jumpsuits aren’t the most flattering of garments, they can tend to look a little too casual, especially the pull-on knit kind, and with the prevalence of cutouts and cold shoulder silhouettes, they can be a bit too revealing for a religious and family holiday. However, if you find (or have) a one-piece that provides you with coverage, structure, and is dressy enough, take it for a spin this Easter. For myself, I’m opting for pink, ankle-length pants from Old Navy and a navy silk button-down shirt. For little ones, you can repurpose other holiday clothes. Smart Mom shoppers know that the right kind of print/fabric/ silhouette can carry into the next season/ holiday. For my toddler daughter, she’ll be re-wearing the burgundy floral dress from Thanksgiving, which still fits, topped by a pink cardigan instead of a grey one. For babies, you may need to buy new since they don’t have as deep of a closet as older kids, or you can utilize hand-me-downs. For my 10-month old daughter, I can repurpose a pink dress worn by her sister two years ago, that was also worn by me 37 years ago. Yes, my mother kept this adorable pink dress
with matching bloomers that is still in great condition and size-wise lines up just right this the Easter season. For boys, a bowtie can dress up both long sleeve and short sleeve button-up shirts. In general, going with a school-uniform inspired outfit is always a presentable option. Of course, I don’t have boys, and I’ve never tried to wrestle a boy into a Sunday suit. If you know your son will put up a fight to wearing a tie of any kind, or a blazer for that matter, try for a colorful polo and laundered dockers. Whatever you are able to get on him, just make sure it’s as clean and wrinklefree as possible. Of course, if your son is a little gentleman, then go with a tie, jacket (or vest) with matching pants and loafers. Overall, don’t worry too much about coordinating colors or prints. Your main goal is to have everyone look presentable and fresh. If your kids are old enough, have them iron their clothes. If adult garments need to be professionally cleaned, then, by all means, get them to the dry-cleaners. Check both adult and kids’ clothes for stains and/or rips, and make sure everyone has the appropriate shoes. If everyone gets out of the house on time in clean clothes, wearing the same colored socks, and with combed hair, mission accomplished. Happy Easter!
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Bygone Town of Ricketts Tour What: Discover where the town of Ricketts used to stand and learn some history along the way. Contact Rhiannon Summers at 570-477-7780 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. When: Friday, April 19 at 6:00-7:00 p.m. Where: Park and meet at the Visitor Center in Ricketts Glen State Park. Full Moon Astronomy What: Learn about our moon and take a closer look with our telescope. Registration required by emailing rhsummers@ pa.gov or calling 570-477-7780. When: Friday, April 19 at 8:00-9:00 p.m. Where: Park and meet at the Visitor Center in Ricketts Glen State Park.
Dinner What: Broiled or beer battered haddock or black diamond steak. When: April 19, 2019 at 5 p.m. Open to the public. Where: American Legion Post 0617, 901 S. Market St., S. Williamsport. Band What: Flu Shots. When: April 19, 2019 at 9 p.m. Where: American Legion Post 0617, 901 S. Market St., S. Williamsport. Rotary Potluck What: Montoursville Rotary Holiday Benefit Potluck Dinner Dance When: Saturday, April 20, 2019. Dinner at 6:30 p.m., dancing at 7:30 p.m. Where: Divine Providence Auditorium, 1100 Grampian BLVD, Williamsport. Audubon Program What: Lycoming Audubon program “Conservation on a Private Farm”, presented by Brent Bacon, who is vicepresident of Seven Mountains Audubon, as well as a Penna Master Naturalist, and avid photographer. Join us as Brent discusses his efforts to conserve and improve his 190-acre family farm in Potter County.
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When: Wednesday April 24, 2019 at 6:00 pm. Free and open to the public. Where: Lowry Room, on the third floor of the J.V. Brown Library Welch Wing, 19 E Fourth St., Williamsport. Dinner What: Broiled or beer batter haddock or roast pork. When: April 26, 2019 - 5 p.m. Open to the public. Where: American Legion Post 0617, 901 S. Market St., S. Williamsport. Band What: Lucky Afternoon. When: April 26, 2019 at 9 p.m. Where: American Legion Post 0617, 901 S. Market St., S. Williamsport. Master Gardner Event What: Rain Barrels. Water management with a rain barrel! Learn how to construct one – fee to purchase one. Registration required for each specific event at http:// extension.psu.edu/lycoming/events or by calling 877-3450691. When: Saturday, April 27th from 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Where: Lysock View Complex, 542 County Farm Rd., Montoursville. Audubon Program What: Lycoming Audubon bird walk on the eastern end of the river walk at Commerce Park Drive. When: Saturday April 27 at 8:30 a.m., weather permitting. For updates see: facebook.com/groups/lycomingaudubon. Where: Meet in the Park & Ride lot at the beginning of Commerce Park Drive (off Faxon exit of I-180). Sawdust Festival What: Sawdust Festival: Chainsaw Carvers in Action & Craft Vendors. When: April 27-28, 2019 from 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Where: Waterville Volunteer Fire Company, 11009 N. State Route 44, Waterville. Garage Sale What: Garage Sale to benefit the shelter. When: Saturday May 4 from 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Buck-a-Bag at noon
Where: Lycoming County SPCA, 2805 Reach Road, Williamsport. 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. Pennsylvania Happy Travelers Club What: To plan group trips and for fellowship. All are welcome. Call 570-748-4226 for information. When: Second Thursday of each month (except December) at 6:30 p.m. Where: Haven Skilled Rehabilitation and Nursing Facility, 24 Cree Drive, Lock Haven. Ballroom Dance Lessons What: Basic instruction starting with Waltz and Swing. More information: call Frank and Sandy at 570-435-8136. When: Thursday evenings, 6:30-8 p.m. Where: Montoursville Area. CHURCH EVENTSEVENTS... CHURCH Holy Week What: Holy Week 2019. All are welcome! When: Wednesday, April 17th - Missionary to Rwanda Arlene Brown in music room at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 18th - Maundy Thursday service with Communion in sanctuary at 7 p.m. with Rev. Troy Howell (Williamsport District Superintendent) to preach. Friday, April 19th - Good Friday Worship at Noon in the sanctuary; Youth to lead Reverse Advent Good Friday Worship in sanctuary at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 20th - Worship Service at 5:30 p.m. in sanctuary. Sunday, April 21st - 6 a.m. Sunrise Service in parking lot (bring a lawn chair) followed by a light breakfast (call office for reservation); 8:15 a.m. & 10:45 a.m. Easter Worship in the sanctuary. Where: Saint John’s-Newberry UMC, 2101 Newberry St., Williamsport.
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Doughnut Sale What: Last sale of fresh homemade doughnuts till fall. Call the church Monday-Friday at 570-398-2913 to place order and give approximate time of pick up. Cost is $6/doz. and $3/half doz. Walk-ins welcome after 7:00 a.m. on day of sale. When: Thursday April 18, 2019 Where: Trinity UM Church, 1407 Allegheny St., Jersey Shore. Living Last Supper What: ‘The Living Last Supper’, presented by Resounding Cymbals Performing Arts. Come and experience Leonardo da Vinci’s world-famous painting, ‘The Last Supper’ come to life! Admission is free. All are welcome. When: April 18th at 6:30 p.m. and 8:15 p.m. April 19th at 7:30 p.m. Where: American Rescue Workers Community Church, 25 Ross St., Williamsport.
When: Saturday, April 20, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. Where: Lairdsville Faith Church, 6786 Rt. 118 Highway, Lairdsville. Lasagna Dinner What: Annual Lasagna Dinner. All you can eat. Donations welcome. Take-outs available. When: Saturday, April 20, 2019 from 3:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. Where: St. Marks Church of Lairdsville, Route 118. Handicap parking reserved on lower level. Easter Program What: Special Easter Program with Music and Narration of the Biblical Account of events from Palm Sunday Through Resurrection Day. For more information: www. lewisburgbiblechurch.com or call 570-398-4164. When: Sunday, April 21 at 10:30 a.m. Where: Lewisburg Bible Church, 311 Hospital Drive, Lewisburg. Easter Celebration What: Celebration of the Resurrection and Holy Eucharist. An Easter egg hunt will be held after both services. Call 570322-0126 for more information. When: Easter Sunday, April 21 at 8:00 a.m. & 10:00 a.m. Where: Trinity Episcopal Church, 844 W 4th St., Williamsport.
Maundy Thursday What: Maundy Thursday Service When: Thursday, April 18 at 6:30 p.m. Where: Community Baptist Church, 1853 Route 87 Highway, Montoursville.
Easter Service What: Easter Service: Remember the Lamb When: Sunday, April 21, at 9:00 a.m. Where: Community Baptist Church, 1853 Route 87 Highway, Montoursville.
Potluck and Services What: Maundy Thursday potluck dinner and service and Good Friday service. When: Maundy Thursday, April 18th, starting with dinner at 6:00 p.m. in Social Hall and followed with the service in the Sanctuary at 6:30 p.m. The Good Friday service will be at 7:00 p.m. in the Church Sanctuary. Where: Avis United Methodist Church, Park Street and Prospect Ave., Avis.
Sunrise Service What: Easter Sunrise Service will be held in the church sanctuary. When: Sunday, April 21, 2019 at 6:00 a.m., followed by a light breakfast at 7:30 a.m. Regular Easter service will be held at 10:15 a.m. Where: Avis United Methodist Church, Park Street and Prospect Ave., Avis.
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First Place 4 Health What: A Christ centered, balanced healthy living program. We focus on the health and well being of our mind, emotions, body and spirit. For more information call Bea at 570-9320496. When: Every Thursday evening from 6:30 p.m.-7:45 p.m. beginning September 6th. Where: Lycoming Valley Baptist Church, 4980 Lycoming Mall Dr., Montoursville. MEETINGS MEETINGS...
Roads To Freedom Center for Independent Living What: RTF offers services to people with disabilities as well as families of individuals with disabilities. Most of our services are provided free of charge and without age or income requirements. RTF also offers services to community service providers, government agencies and private businesses. These services are usually offered free of charge or through a moderate fee-for-service agreement. Please contact our agency for more details at 570-327-9070. When: Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Where: 24 East Third Street, Williamsport.
Blue Star Mothers of America of North Central PA Chapter 12 What: We are mothers, stepmothers, grandmothers, foster mothers and female legal guardians who have children serving in the military, guard or reserves, or children who are veterans. We support each other and our children while promoting patriotism. For more information call Jackie at
Veterans Meeting What: “Williamsport Area Band of Brothers”. Veterans Meeting for fellowship & coffee. Contact: Rick Wyatt: 570447-8171 or Frank Ritter: 570-447-0330. When: Every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. Where: 601 7th Avenue (the corner of 7th and Memorial Ave.), Entrance on Memorial Avenue.
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Ice Cream Social What: Ice cream social benefit. When: 2nd & 4th Sunday, monthly from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Where: Katys Church, 440 Katys Church Rd., Muncy.
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Christian Ladies Group What: The Christian Ladies Group will meet with retired educator, Rick Sprout, presenting a program with pictures on the history of Picture Rocks. The public is invited to attend. When: Wednesday, April 17, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. Where: Tivoli United Methodist Church, 9598 Route 220 Highway, Hughesville.
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Did You Know This About Williamsport and Lycoming County Baseball History? By Lou Hunsinger Jr.
ow that the major league and minor league baseball seasons are now fully underway it might be interesting to take a look at some interesting “factoids” about professional baseball in Williamsport and Lycoming County. Did you know that the man who organized the first major league players’ union played for Williamsport in 1877
and is a member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame. That man’s name is John Montgomery Ward. William “Kid” Gleason, manager of the infamous “Black Sox,” Chicago White Sox, who threw the World Series in 1919, played for Williamsport’s team in the professional Pennsylvania State Association in 1886 and 1887. Gleason was found to have played no part in the 1919 fix.
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George Stovey, considered by baseball historians as the greatest African-American pitcher of the 19th century, is a Williamsport native and also umpired the first night baseball game ever played in Williamsport in May 1902 between Williamsport and Milton. Some of the greatest players in Negro League history played games in Williamsport. These include, Sol White, Rube Foster, Pete Hill, Satchel Paige, Buck Leonard, Josh Gibson, Ray Dandridge, Larry Doby, Jud Wilson, Monte Irvin and Oscar Charleston, Charleston hit the very first home run in a professional game at newly opened Bowman Field on April 27, 1926. One Williamsporter, Jimmy Sebring, who was born in Liberty, hit the first home run in World Series history between Sebring’s Pittsburgh Pirates and the Boston Pilgrims, who would later be known as the Red Sox. Sebring hit his blow against the immortal Denton “Cy” Young. It was an inside-the-park homer. Another Williamsporter, Johnny Lush, pitched a no-hitter for the Phillies against the Brooklyn Nationals (Dodgers) on May 1, 1906. It was the last no-hitter spun by a Phillie pitcher until Jim Bunning’s June 21, 1964 perfect game. Muncy’s Ed Ott was the starting catcher for the 1979 Pittsburg Pirates. The Williamsport Millionaires of the professional Tri-State League, won league titles in 1905, 1907 and 1908.
Hans Lobert lived in Williamsport for a time and would later manage the Phillies to a last place finish in 1942. John Weldon “Weldy” Wyckoff was born and raised in Williamsport and would later pitch for Connie Mack’s Philadelphia A’s. He was a member of the 1913 and 1914 pennant winning A’s teams. He pitched Game One of the 1914 World Series against the “Miracle Braves,” the Boston Braves of 1914 who no one expected to be World Series contenders. In the sixth inning of that Game One, Wyckoff relieved future Hall of Famer, Chief Bender. Wyckoff gave up just one run on three hits in three innings of work. Williamsport’s professional teams played at several places before the erection of Bowman Field in 1926. They played in a diamond that is on the site of the present day Curtin Middle School’s, Athletic Park, which is on the grounds of the present day Cochran Elementary School, and the old Williamsport High School athletic and football grounds, where part of Penn College now stands. The first night game at Bowman Field took place on June 6, 1932 as the Williamsport Grays played the York White Roses. The 1938 Williamsport Grays helped served as the inspiration for the founding of Little League Baseball as Carl Stotz’s nephews wanted to emulate the
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oliticians take positions for a lot of reasons, most often because they know it will get them votes at the ballot box. Fred Keller, the Republican Party candidate for the special election for the 12th US Congressional District to be held on May 21st, holds positions that came as a result of his life’s experiences. For example, Fred Keller believes in supporting small businesses because as soon as he graduated from Shikellamy High School in 1984, he went to work for Conestoga Wood Specialties in Beavertown (Snyder County). This company began twenty years before he joined it out of a garage in East Earl, PA and eventually grew into five plants in three states employing 1200 people. Fred worked hard and eventually became plant operations manager for Conestoga in Beavertown. Fred Keller believes in supporting families, because almost as soon as he began working, he also married his wife Kay, and 34 years later, they have two adult children, Jamie and Freddie, and two granddaughters. He started a business in 1990 in properties to help earn money for his kids to go to college. An incident with his son Freddie when he was just a child helped formed Fred’s view of nationalized health coverage. Little
Freddie was in the hospital on life support, and Fred and Kay were told that there was a zero chance of recovery. They refused to give up, and over time Freddie fully recovered. Today, 23 years later, Freddie is employed in that very same hospital. Fred Keller contrasts this to the episode last year in the United Kingdom where the parents of the British toddler, Elfie Evans, were not only told that they had no choice in the decision on taking the child off life support, they were also not permitted to take their child to the Bambino Gesù Hospital in Vatican City which offered to treat him. Like the similar situation of Charlie Gard in 2017 whose parents also tried to take their child out of the country for treatment, it was the government, and not the family, that made the final decision. Keller fears this same thing could happen in the United States if legislation such as Medicare for All is passed as it will amount to government control of healthcare. If there is one catchphrase that all politicians use, it is that they will work hard for us. In the case of Fred Keller, it happens to be true. Everyone who has known the man for any time at all notes this particular aspect of his character — this guy works really hard! Like other convictions, Fred Keller’s industry comes from his upbringing. He was born in Page, Arizona, near the Grand Canyon. Though his mother and father
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were native Pennsylvanians, they had to go where the work was, and that was in Arizona. But times got hard, and eventually, his parents and the four siblings were all living in a bare floor, one-room apartment with no running water or electricity. As a seven-year-old, Fred was collecting aluminum cans for grocery money. This developed into an unmatched work ethic that has never left him. As a state representative, even as a business and property owner, he has never missed a session day in Harrisburg since his election in 2010. Even on the road in the 15th Congressional District, which covers fifteen counties spread out over northern Pennsylvania, he still makes sure he keeps up on his responsibilities as a state rep with a perfect atten-
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Living Liver Donation The Gift of Life Swaytha Ganesh, MD Medical Director, UPMC Living Donor Program
pril is National Donate Life Month and a good time to remind people that organ donation is not just something you agree to upon your death. The 14,000 to 17,000 people currently on the waiting list for a liver transplant don’t need to wait for a donor to die, you could donate today. Liver transplants offer a unique option
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Perhaps Lycoming County should consider looking into acquiring some rights to the song, because a number of departments are proving that they are “the best.” The most recent was an award given to the Lycoming County Criminal Justice Advisory Board (CJAB). (Note: this was inadvertently named a Criminal Justice Task Force in this column a few weeks ago.) Many counties in Pennsylvania have CJAB’s that are formed to help evaluate, analyze, plan, and recom-
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GEO Group that has 66 non-residential reentry facilities throughout the United States. Two months ago, Michael Boughton, program director for Lycoming County’s GEO Reentry Services, was making a presentation at a probation conference in Boca Raton, Florida and received an invitation to GEO’s international corporate headquarters also located in that city. He was pleasantly surprised that the purpose of the visit was to receive a plaque of recognition awarded to GEO Reentry Services in Williamsport for the leadership shown in evidence-based practices throughout the GEO System.
The other agency was the White Deer Golf Course operated by Billy Casper Golf. Among 26 courses operated by Billy Casper in the Northeast Region of the United States, White Deer was awarded 2019 Facility of the Year. Despite being completely rained out for 34 operational days (the most lost days of any of the 140 golf courses in 29 states that Billy Casper operates), they made gains in revenues, number of players and rounds played, and improved course conditions. Yes, county government can always be improved, to be sure, but let’s acknowledge when things are going well. Sing it, Tina!
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selected to receive the County Commissions of Pennsylvania Best Practices Award for 2019. Beth Johnston, Fiscal Director for Lycoming County, and her six-person staff, are like the Dream Team of County Government. Their department recently received the Certificate of Achievement in Financial Reporting awarded by the Government Finance Officers Association; a major professional association servicing the needs of more than 19,000 appointed and elected officials throughout the United States. It is the only national awards program in governmental budgeting. More than 1,600 municipal
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A perfect family home or retiree home that is close to town while keeping the small neighborhood feel! 3Bd/2Bth home features an XL kitchen and a formal dining room with sliding doors to rear deck. A finished basement enhances this cozy Ranch. Call Zee Boone at 570-295-0832.
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Proper ty is being sold in as is condition. Great opportunity to turn this property into a 2 unit or move in and share utilities between the upstairs and downstairs units. Large garage with tons of storage. Very little yard to mow. Don’t miss this opportunity. Listing agent is a blood relative of previous owner. Call Heather PetersBilbay at 570-660-5504.
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What a great way to enjoy nature and the quiet life. This 3.5 -acre proper ty with 5 outbuildings provides many options for this secluded proper ty. Take a look and see what you can do! Call Nancy Merinar at 570-660-9943.
Spacious 3BR/2BA Bi-Level; offers master BR/BA, large LR/DR combo, family room w/fireplace and two-car garage; Priced to sell @$229,900; Call or text Jim Bennett 570-971-7070
Great home on corner lot that just needs some updating. Attached 2 car garage with shed for storage. Fireplace in living rm and bonus room with endless possibilities. Property does/will not have utilities turned on. Being sold in as is condition. No warranties are expressed or implied by Seller, listing brokerage/ agent. Call Heather Peters-Bilbay at 570-660-5504.
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Beautiful 4-bedroom, 4-bath home in desirable Lan Avon. Main level features a grand living room, stunning cathedral ceiling and gas fireplace. spacious kitchen the impressive Great fixer The upper for first timeadjacent home tobuyer. Newer family room, showcasing a dramatic waterfront view. Family room siding, roof,built-in and windows. Fenced in yard and two car also features bookshelves, and a second fireplace. Master suite, second main-level each 419-4735 have their own garage. Contact Joanbedroom/office Kennedy (570) for full bath. The adjacent parcel of land is also for sale, and can be more information. purchased for $59,900- Call Tara Nash (570)971-4401 for further details on this amazing home.
Original, beautiful, contemporary home on over 23 acres. Gorgeous views on peaceful, tranquil setting. Bring your family and bring your animals. This is the place for you. Call Gail Bryan at 570-295-2973.
A cabin feel with modern amenities. Seven acres, pond, horse facilities, all on a truly scenic setting. A stone’s throw from state game land. A one of a kind home. Call Mark Mussina (570)971-9157 for further details.
Piece of History with this beautiful Victorian Home in downtown Lock Haven. Large rooms, pocket doors, gorgeous woodwork. Close to University and downtown. Many possibilities! Call Gail Bryan at 570-2952973.
Fantastic home located on 7.73 acres yet only minutes from town. This large 5-bedroom/3.5 bath house is great for entertaining guests. Park like setting is perfect of enjoying those summer nights. Call A nne M ac donald (570)772-3593 for your private showing.
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radition plays an important role in Easter celebrations for many families. Cherished traditions and symbols of Easter may include anything from egg hunts to lilies to lambs. Understanding the importance behind these symbols can make sharing the miracle of Easter that much more special. Eggs Eggs are one of the more recognizable symbols of Easter. For Easter egg hunts, eggs are hard-boiled and decorated in bright hues. It’s believed that the origins of Easter eggs are both secular and religious. From the secular (once pagan) perspective, the egg is an ancient symbol of new life, according to The History Channel, and has been associated with pagan festivals that celebrate spring. Some Christians feel that Easter eggs represent Christ’s emergence from the tomb and his subsequent resurrection. Eggs were once a food not consumed during Lent, therefore painting and decorating them to mark the end of fasting and penance became a way to celebrate Easter. Crucifix The crucifix is one of the central
symbols of Easter and Christianity. The cross is a symbol of Christ’s crucifixion and sacrifice. The crucifix also highlights the ability of God to give new life to people after death. In addition to wearing and displaying the cross during Easter, some people bake “hot cross buns” as another symbol of the season. Rabbit The Easter bunny is very much a secular symbol of the holiday, but one that has become so ingrained with the season that many people ascribe to it a Christian meaning. Pagan celebrations of spring often linked rabbits or hares with the season because of their fertility and ability to bring forth new life. According to the Christian living resource Crosswalk, believers associate the rabbit coming out of its underground home as a symbol of Christ emerging from the tomb. Lilies Lilies are often exchanged during Easter celebrations or presented as hostess gifts for those sharing the holiday meal with others. The American Bible Society says lilies grow in the spring around the time when
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Easter is typically celebrated. Also, because they look like trumpets, they can be a symbol that heralds Christ’s resurrection. Lamb The lamb is another symbol associated with Easter. Lambs were originally associated with the Jewish holiday of Passover, when lambs were sacrificed and their blood was used to mark which houses contained those faithful to God. As a result of his crucifixion, Christ became the symbolic lamb for all — the ultimate sacrifice. In fact, Christ is often referred to as “The Lamb of God.” Easter is replete with many recognized
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Two WASD OM Teams Advance to 2019 World Finals
wo Williamsport Area School District Odyssey of the Mind teams will head to the 2019 World Finals after securing first- and second-place wins at the state round Saturday at Pocono Mountain East Campus. Eight contending teams from WASD represented Cochran Primary School, Curtin Intermediate School, Williamsport Area Middle School and Williamsport Area High School. Those advancing to the World Finals are: Williamsport Area Middle School: First Place, “Leonardo’s Workshop,” coached by Beth Lewis, Liz Manetta and assisted by Matthew Gutberlet. Team members: Olivia Ciabattari, Mia Clark, Sydney Kelley, Lisa Lewis, Ben Manetta and Lizzie Ryder. Cochran Primary School: Second Place, “Opposites Distract,” coached by Melanie Vail and April Frank. Team members: Emily Frank, Cooper Gutberlet, Brayden Harpster, Chaedyn Lockard, Julisa Martin, Roslyn Perry, and Alex Vail. While not advancing, the following is a listing of how the six other WASD teams ranked in their respective problems: Cochran Primary School: Sixth Place, “Leonardo’s Workshop” coached by Rachel Kirk and Spring Moore. Team members: Cooper Gutberlet, Lily Hamilton, Corbin Kirk, Morgan Morse, Libby Smith, and Daniel Turner. Curtin Intermediate School: Ninth Place, “Hide in Plain Sight,” coached by Dave Richards and Matthew Gutberlet. Team members: Leo
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team of linemen from the Susquehanna Service Center in Montoursville volunteered their time to erect an osprey platform along the Loyalsock Creek in Lycoming County. This is the seventh platform in PPL service territory and the first one in the Central Susquehanna region. Lycoming College owns the land and approached PPL asking if PPL could help raise the platform and supply the 60-foot pole. Tracie Witter, regional affairs director for PPL Electric Utilities says, “This initiative was an ideal fit for PPL; providing good nesting areas away from power lines benefits the environment and also helps PPL reduce the risk of power outages.” The College plans to monitor the platform and will visit the site in an Ornithology course during their May term. The team who
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This 2 1/2 Story home is being offered on 0.34 Acres. There is over 1800+ sq.ft. of L/A. The side porch enters a Large eat in kitchen area opening to a Spacious Dining Room. A sitting/den area is separated by in-wall sliding doors. The Living room is accessible from the D/R. A Summer Kitchen and cold storage area with a rear enclosed Sun Porch complete the first floor. Open Oak stairway entered from front entrance to the Second floor encompasses 3 bedrooms, full bath and office area w/ rear servants entrance. Full walk through attic allows room for expansion. Amenities include: Detached 1 car garage with a Spacious work shop & Rap-around from porch. Auctioneer Note: Current UPI Number: 46-002-707. FULL listing & Photographs go to auctionzip.com (enter ID #5545). Terms: Personal Property being sold at 9:00 A.M. Real Estate being sold at 11:00 A.M. with the immediate confirmation of the Motivated Sellers and sold “AS IS, WHERE IS” in its present condition. Please contact the Auctioneer for your own private showing. Cashier’s or certified check written to Interstate Auction Svcs, LLC Escrow or Cash in the amount of $2,000.00 required at time of auction as down payment. 6% Buyer’s Premium Charged, to be paid by purchaser as part of the purchase price. Structure Built prior to 1978, potential buyers have the option to inspect for lead paint hazards prior to auction. Settlement made 45 days from sale date or upon delivery of clear deed. To all VETERANS, THANK YOU for your service!!
LOCATION: 731 CLARENCE FRY RD., MONTOURSVILLE (3/4 Mile off Quaker State Road)
1990 Custom Built Home Nestled on 16.47 Acres of Country Living. Situated in Montoursville School District. This home encompasses 1500+ Sq. Ft. in 1 1/2 stories of Living Area. 1st floor contains a Open Living room w/ cathedral ceiling, semi formal Dining area, eat-in Kitchen and 1 Bedroom. 2nd Floor w/ a Master Bedroom, Full Bath and balcony area complete the second floor. Amenities Include: A Fully cemented basement w/ finished game room area, detached 22x28 garage w/ cemented floor & 18x28 carport. Acreage offers many species of Wildlife. You are just minutes from Montoursville, Muncy & Hughesville areas. Auctioneer Note: Current UPI Number: 56-332-186.D. FULL listing & Photographs go to auctionzip.com (enter ID #5545). Terms: Real Estate being sold at 10:00 A.M. with the immediate confirmation of the Motivated Seller and sold “AS IS, WHERE IS” in its present condition. Please contact the Auctioneer for your own private showing. Cashier’s or certified check written to Interstate Auction Svcs, LLC Escrow or Cash in the amount of $2,000.00 required at time of auction as down payment. 6% Buyer’s Premium Charged, to be paid by purchaser as part of the purchase price. Settlement made 45 days from sale date or upon delivery of clear deed. Contact Auctioneers for additional terms.
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ood Friday is a Christian holiday that is celebrated every year on the Friday preceding Easter Sunday. Good Friday commemorates the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and his death at Calvary, the location outside of Jerusalem’s walls where the crucifixion took place. Though Good Friday is considered a holiday and is a legal holiday in many countries across the globe, the commemoration is not characterized by the festive atmosphere many holidays inspire. In fact, in the fourth century, the Apostolic Constitutions described Good Friday as a day of mourning and prayer. In addition, many Christians fast on Good Friday, eating only one full meal and two smaller meals that do not add up to a full meal. Christians believe that commemorating the death of Christ helps to remind them of the sacrifices that Christ made and the human sin that contributed to his death. The observance of Good Friday has existed for centuries. According to Catholic Online, the Catholic Church does not celebrate Mass on Good Friday, though church services held on Good Friday correspond to the divisions of a traditional Mass. These services include the Liturgy of the
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he special one-day Youth Hunt for spring gobblers will occur this coming Saturday and then the bulk of the regular spring gobbler season begins a week later. Before you head to the woods, there are a few things you should give some thought to. The majority of those who get up every morning well before daylight, trudge deep into the woods ahead of the sunrise and sometimes spend countless hours in pursuit of this magnificent bird would refer to a spring gobbler as the “King of the Game Birds.” And it truly is a stunning sight when a mature gobbler is all fanned out and strutting for a nearby hen, while the early morning sunlight dances off the iridescent colored feathers that cover his body. Add to that the flashes of red and white that he displays on his head, neck, and waddles and it is one of the most beautiful images in nature. If you are fortunate enough to take a mature gobbler, what will you do with it? Have you considered having an area taxidermist do some type of mount to commemorate the hunt and honor this bird? There are several choices that a good taxidermist can offer. There is a full mount, usually done in a position of
the bird strutting, which highlights all of his colors and the uniqueness of the display he puts on for his hens. A breast mount is a nice wall display and includes the head, breast, and beard — with the tail all fanned out behind the breast and head. Another option is to mount just the fanned out tail along with the beard. It really comes down to your budget and how you want to show the mount, or where you might have room enough to showcase the mount properly. If there is even a remote chance that you might want to have a mount done, then special care must be taken in the field once the bird is down to ensure a great looking mount. Carrying a turkey in the woods — particularly a big gobbler — can be awkward, and frequently if you have a long hike to your destination, numerous feathers can be lost, ruffled or broken, making the work difficult for even the best taxidermist. The answer to this dilemma is pantyhose. Yes, pantyhose! Merely slip the entire bird head first into one leg of the pantyhose. As the hose is pulled down over the entire bird, the feathers are laid back in place and remain in a stable undamaged condition until you get the bird to the taxidermist. If a mount of some type is not in the cards, there are several other things
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you can do that are unique to a gobbler. The three wing bones in each wing can be removed, cleaned and used to make a two-bone or a three-bone wing bone call. Once completed, you can inscribe the date and location of the kill on the call, or decorate it with a painting of some kind. It will add to the magic of some future hunt if you are able to master the use of this call and actually call in and take another turkey using the call that you made from the wing bones of a gobbler that you had taken. Spurs can be removed along with a section of the leg bone to which they are attached and then are often displayed on a necklace. The tail can be kept intact and dried
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know we are hot and heavy into trout season, and you can bet that I’ll be doing my share of trout fishing too, but there’s other fish to be had during this early spring season. I’m talking about bluegills, pumpkinseeds, rock bass, perch, and crappies — especially crappies. Collectively this group falls into the panfish category, and they are legal to pursue throughout the season. I remember a time years ago when I thought panfish were a summertime warm water only fish; in other words, you couldn’t catch them except during the warm, lazy days of summer. Nothing could be further from the truth, and in fact, panfish make up our greatest catch during the ice-fishing season; they are literally accessible the year around even when 15 inches of ice shields them from would-be fishermen overhead.
Another good point to remember about panfish is that generally they are very prolific and they do not have to be stocked. Trout, on the other hand, must be stocked regularly to provide enough fish to maintain the Ken interest of fishermen and Hunter that endeavor is one of the highest costs to the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission. Panfish, in addition to being available year around and being very prolific, are also great table fare. I rarely ever keep a trout, but the same cannot be said for panfish. Winter panfish and panfish caught in the spring during cold water offer the best table fare since the flesh is firm and tasty. Not only do they taste good, but also with the right equipment, they are a lot of fun to catch, and crappies are a good springtime pursuit. Almost all of my open water panfish forays are with an ultralight,
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open-faced spinning outfit loaded with two or four-pound test monofilament line; I prefer the fluorocarbon because it has less stretch and is thus more sensitive to light panfish bites. I like to cast about a one-eighth ounce jig head with a Berkley grub of one inch or less shoved on the hook. I often start with white, but I won’t hesitate to switch to another color especially — if I see my wife is catching more on brown. I seldom see a need for any kind of bait during the open water season, but on rare occasions adding a piece of worm, wax worm or some other bait may increase your hook-ups. I don’t use a bobber with the jig-head set-up but rather count on feel so keep a tight line in order to feel the tap or strike. This technique not only works well for crappies but perch and bluegills are often taken as well. Another popular springtime and summertime method as well involves the use of a small bobber of fewer than three-quarters of an inch in diameter. Place a tiny, one-sixteenth once jig-head on the
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sure they get those chances to make plays. That has proven successful in helping to minimize problems that could develop.” As Fisher’s career begins to wind down his enthusiasm for the game remains. “The fire still burns. I still love the game and working with young people. When the day comes to move on, I’ll know it. You never want to coach this game without the same energy that the people I am coaching and coaching with have. As I get older, the athletes are always the same, 18-23-yearolds. But if you can’t match their passion, energy, and enthusiasm for the game you’re going to get passed by in a hurry. Even though I’m older every year, they are staying the same age. You’ve got to bring it every day, and I’ve tried to do that every
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Payroll Officer—The Williamsport Area School District is accepting applications for an anticipated Full-Time Payroll Officer-Business Office. Job requirements include a minimum of three years current verifiable work experience in Payroll and an Associate’s Degree in Accounting. The ability to receive a passing score of 75% or better on a Payroll and Accounting skills assessment is required. To apply, please visit www. wasd.org/employment, job postings. All candidates must complete an online job application. Deadline to apply is April 19, 2019. EOE. 135981 SUBSTITUTE & PART TIME FOOD SERVICE WORKERS The Williamsport Area School District is accepting applications for part time and substitute food service workers, breakfast and/or lunch shifts are available. Substitutes are paid $9.00 per hour and if employed in the same assignment more than ten (10) days shall be paid at the part time rate of $12.57 per hour. High school diploma and background clearances are required. Positions are available District Wide. Please apply online at www.wasd.org/employment, job postings. EOE. 135982
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LOYALSOCK TOWNSHIP SCHOOL District anticipates the following position: Full Time Second Shift Custodian Seeking an energetic, self-motivated, people-oriented person with a desire to work with the district’s custodial department. The applicant must be able to follow both written and verbal directions and must interact effectively with students, staff, and community members. The primary responsibilities include general knowledge of all custodial duties, general building duties and operation of motor vehicles as needed. Additional duties may include grounds keeping, including mowing/trimming grass, preparation of athletic fields, and operation of snow blowers.
This individual shall continually strive toward a relationship with district staff and community that is conducive to the effective implementation of all District programs and services. Send letter of interest and application to: Mrs. Susan L. Iachini, Executive Secretary Loyalsock Township School District, 1605 Four Mile Drive, Williamsport, PA 17701 Deadline: April 26, 2019 EOE. 136174 EXPERIENCED TRI-AXLE Dump & Dump Trailer Driver. Year Round Work. Call Stryker 570-419-7050. 135978 LABORERS, APPLY AT RPS Machinery Sales Inc. , 175 Old Route 220 Highway, Jersey Shore, PA 17740. M - F, 9 AM - 4 PM. 135515 CDL CLASS A Driver Needed. Local Hauling. 570-220-7366. 135989
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East Lycoming School District School Board Vacancy
The East Lycoming School District currently has an opening on its School Board in the following region:
Hughesville Borough, Ward #1 and #2
Interested individuals may contact Mr. Richard Michael, School Board President, at 570-546-8020, or by mailing a letter of interest to Mr. Richard Michael, East Lycoming School District, 349 Cemetery Street, Hughesville, PA 17737. The School Board anticipates filling this vacancy at its April 23, 2019 or May 14, 2019 meeting.
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Also Bulk Bag Fertilizers Farm & Lawn Seed • Agricultural Chemicals
429 Maple Lane • Muncy, PA 17756
PH: 570-546-3725 • Fax: 570-546-2856
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Superior Seal Coating LLC All Seal Coating is Hand Brushed & No Spray
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1427 Cemetery Rd. Montoursville, PA 17754 (570) 447-7555
*Will Beat Any Written Estimate on Service Upgrade by 10%
Installation & Cleaning 5” and 6” Seamless Gutters Leaf Guards Larry Miller, Jr.
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OFFICE: 570-940-0237 CELL: 570-279-0317
Renew Carpet Cleaners Serving the Area Since 1995
Marshall & Tricia Corbin Residential & Commercial Truck Mount System
3 Areas - $99
238 Pine Loganton Rd -- Loganton
Window Shades & Deck Shades • Manual or Remote control. • Covers Pergolas & Gazebos • Lots of color options. • Lifetime threads
Elite Excavating Services LLC P.O. Box 294 Montoursville Pa. 17754 570-220-2351 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fully Insured - Contractor ID: HICR# PA131180 Shawn Wertz Owner
Services We Provide
• Foundation & Footer Excavation • Water/Sewer Lines • Driveway Repair/Installation • Storm Water Drainage • Land Clearing • Site Grading • Demolition • Septic System Installation
“Providing the Highest Quality Expertise at a Competitive Price & Outright Professionalism”
Specializing in Residential and Light Commercial
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