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From the Publisher…
Friendship, Positivity and Community
here is a group of local business folks that get together each week to discuss the world’s problems and much more. I will refer to them as my friends of the round table, even though the table we sit at is more of an oval shaped countertop — that just sounds better. The topics most often discussed are the problems we face in the business world of today, politics, sports, and all things encountered, as we’re growing older. No topic is off limits; often I get ideas for columns from what is discussed. There is a revolving door policy, so whoever can make it that week simply shows up. I often get ribbed over my attendance, and they jokingly threaten to have my membership revoked. I consider everyone that stops by the not-so-round table a good friend. I thank them for their advice, suggestions and caring. Most are involved in familyowned business. This provides me a great sounding board. More importantly, the topics we talk about are often in regards to the problems we all face. We all seem to be dealing with the same issues whether it is business or everyday life, even though whatever is going on seems unique to you. Why I’m sharing this with you is because there is nothing like social interaction
and discussion with friends. You shake hands, look the other person the eye, and then have a random spontaneous conversation about whatever. Everybody needs friends to celebrate life’s successes and talk about life’s problems. I encourage you to reach out to those special folks in your life and get together on a regular basis. Face to face, no FaceTime required. I promise you; you will feel much better about the world and the problems we all face. When I ask my friends of the round table, what should topic to write about this week, they all agreed, something positive! They’re all tired of all the negativity and regurgitation of the same news. So away we go. There is no more beautiful place to be this time of the year than right here at home in Penns Woods. As you drive up and down 180, you can’t help but notice the neon green glow of the mountains lining the Valley. Those few warm days this past week helped all the blooms pop, providing all the colors of the rainbow to provide a perfect contrast. The bright blue sky, beautiful sunrises, and sunsets make me anxious for the long days of summer. Hopefully, Mother Nature will hold off on the liquid sunshine this year. As we head into Relay for Life season, please get out and about and support
the American Cancer Society and all those affected by the dreaded disease. Cancer is the one illness that affects every family, often even including our fourlegged friends. The strides that are being made against the disease Jim are amazing. It is through Webb, Jr. the commitment of the American people that makes this possible. From all of us right here at home, right on up to the leading medical professionals in the nation. That fighting spirit doesn’t waiver. It begins with remembering the special people we have lost, supporting those that are fighting, and celebrating those that have won their battle. It’s truly a team effort. Next, an update on the recently held MS Walk. “To End MS We Walk MS.” This disease has also affected many folks near and dear to my heart over the years. The walk has currently raised over $13,000 and is expected to crest at $15,000. Thank you to all that participated in the event. You may donate to support the event and battle MS until June 29th. Please contact Ron Mingle 570-4199826 if you would like to do so. Alize Johnson’s efforts to provide a state-of-the-art basketball facility in the City of Williamsport is off to a great start. The WtaWtaW Courts at Firetree
Place, the old Center, are coming right along. I can’t wait to make my first jump shot at the new facility. His commitment goes way beyond helping just the basketballers in our area. Thank you to everyone that has contributed to this effort. If you feel inclined to do so, please reach out to Jaron Bartholomew 570-932-0262 or at wtawtawfba@gmail. com. Last, but definitely not least, I must talk about the upcoming primary elections — in a positive manner, of course. I have said before we are truly blessed by the great people that make up our communities. This carries right on over into the political arena. The candidates that run for office locally are a cut above the national curve. They’re good people that want to do a good job for their constituents. Yes, there are different ideas and different political views, but that is what our Country is all about. As far as competency and running for office for the right reasons, all are probably more than qualified. It’s up to you to educate yourself and understand the platform each candidate is running on. This allows you to make an informed decision and vote for whom best represents your ideals. There is never really a right vote or a wrong vote, or should I say left vote. The most important thing is that you get out and vote. God Bless America.
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am a huge proponent of reading. Whether it’s is trashy romance, young adult (even if you are an old adult), comic books, textbooks, or gossip magazines. Reading stimulates the brain and keeps it active and working — even if the content isn’t top tier. One of the great things about my Kindle (other than being able to carry thousands of books in my purse while having access to millions more) is that no one ever knows what I’m reading. Is it War and Peace? The Complete Guide to Astrophysics? Or the latest Lani Lynn Vale novel? (Hint: I don’t know anything about astrophysics). Regardless of the subject matter, there is never anything bad about reading. Currently I am reading the first Game of Thrones book. I’m only a few chapters in but so far it’s unsurprisingly good. I’ve haven’t seen much of the “Game of Thrones” TV show. Maybe a handful of episodes from a variety of seasons. I figured with the show coming to an end soon, this seems like the perfect time to start the books. I figure I’ll be deep in this series for a while, but in the meantime I have some other suggestions for you to start reading this spring. So grab a glass of wine, and pick a comfy place to curl up (outside if you can) and get reading! I have four suggestions for you. Two for adults and two for the younger set. Hope you enjoy! Steven King, The Outsider: An eleven-year-old boy’s violated corpse is
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or 25 years now one of the most important volunteer fundraising efforts of the local chapter of the American Cancer Society has been taking place under the auspices of the River Valley Relay For Life. They have taken place at various venues throughout Lycoming County such as the Williamsport High School, the Montoursville, the Hughesville, and the Muncy High School tracks. This year this efforts celebrates its 25th Anniversary of cancer fundraising and public awareness efforts. Generations of community members and long-time volunteers of the American Cancer Society have joined forces for this 25th Anniversary of the organization’s signature event, Relay For Life. The event, themed “Decades,” takes place on Friday, May 17 at Williamsport Area Middle School. This year weather permitting it will be an outside/inside event. The walk begins at 5:00 p.m.,
culminating with a closing ceremony on Saturday, May 18 at 1:00 p.m. Just a few of the fun activities — along with excellent food!!! Friday, May 17 – 5 p.m.-6:30 p.m. – Uptown Music – 7:00ish – Survivor/Caregiver Lap – 7:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. – Logan Route – excellent singer – country and decade songs – 8:30 p.m. – Team Decade Talent Challenge – 9:30 p.m.– Luminaria Ceremony and music by both Rick Alverez and Brenda Lukasiewicz – 10:15 p.m. – 11:15 p.m. – Decades Quizzo with John Mackey – 11:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. – Disco Dance Party with DJ Ryan Howell Saturday, May 18 – 9 a.m.-1 p.m. – Car Show – 10 a.m. – Bingo open to the community on Saturday morning — tickets available at the ACS office or at the event that weekend. “Relay For Life is a celebration of hope,” community development manager Ellen Bokeko, told Webb Weekly. “From team members
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to volunteers, we all want to remember those we’ve lost, help those affected today, and give us a home team advantage against cancer.” The event committee is asking past teams to participate in numerous ways including – Attending the day of the event and set up an on-site fundraiser – An online fundraiser in advance of the event, with a check presentation at the event – ‘25th Team Reunion’ by joining the walk a participate in the festivities (no fundraising obligation) This year’s event is in memory of a father and son who both lost their battle with cancer Clair and David Schon. “Funds raised through Relay For Life not only honor survivors and remember loved ones, but also help give cancer patients and their families the resources they need,” said Bokeko. “Services provided include free rides to treatment, lodging near hospitals during treatment, and a live 24/7 helpline for answers and support. We would like to thank all the local businesses that are sponsoring the event, but especially UPMC Hillman Cancer Center for their continued support
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wenty city men, veterans of the scattered battlefronts of World War II, will receive their high school diplomas at the annual Williamsport High School commencement exercises June 13. Among the graduates will be Joseph Lockard, former Army lieutenant, who as a private in the Signal Corps gave the unheeded warning of approaching enemy warplanes at Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941. Lockard, now employed at the Lycoming Dry Goods Store under G.I. Bill of Rights program to learn a trade, enlisted in the service in August 1940, one year prior to opening of his senior year at the high school. Discharged in last December, he felt the need for a high school diploma and with credits earned in various Army programs—in which he advanced from private to lieutenant—he completed re-
quirements for graduation by taking an English examination. Married and the father of two children, the Pearl Harbor hero does not expect to continue his education at a higher institution of learning at this time. William Gates, of 610 West Fourth Street Asiatic-Pacific Theater duty with the Coast Guard, achieved one of the outstanding records in the program by completing a year’s work in seven months. Enlisting in 1941, he returned to complete credits for graduation to qualify for college entrance. His plans are now being molded for a career in law. A program made available to those veterans who entered the armed services before completing high school requirements, the local class now has 25 students, most of whom will be included in the Class of 1946. Others will conclude their work at a special summer school opening June 24 through August 6.
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Dear Fellow Citizen, My name is Scott Metzger and I have been a public servant for the past 32 years. I served under nine boards of commissioners, 12 different judges, and have also managed a small business in Montoursville for the past 25 years. I’m reaching out to you because I’m running for Lycoming County Commissioner. I can tell you from my own experience, in both the public and private sectors, that Lycoming County government is broken. It needs three things:
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Central Pennsylvania Fiber Festival
Saturday, May 18 10am-5pm Sunday, May 19 10am-4pm At the Lycoming Co. Fairgrounds Larabee Building Hughesville, PA 17737
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he phrase “fiber festival” may conjure up images of healthy salads and crunchy granola, however, in this case, it’s all about animal and plant fibers that play a very important part in our daily lives. The fiber arts are alive and well, and can be seen in full display at the 7th Annual Central Pennsylvania Fiber Festival, to be held on Saturday and Sunday, May 1819, 2019 at the Lycoming County Fairgrounds in Hughesville, PA. A team of organizers led by Mike and Elizabeth Longstreth, owners of Lazy Meadows Alpacas of Hughesville, are hard at work preparing for this yearly event, which includes an array of vendors featuring items such as hand dyed and farm raised wool yarns, roving for hand spinning and needle felting, felted items, wooden items, toys, baskets….the list goes on. Most of the vendors at the festi-
val are local, and hail from right here in central Pennsylvania. This presents a fantastic opportunity for fiber fans and spectators to pick up locally produced goods for that special, one of a kind gift for a family member or friend. A good many of the attending vendors raise their own fiber animals, like sheep, alpacas, llamas, goats, and angora rabbits, and have their fiber processed by local woolen mills. Underhill Farm, Hollidaysburg, PA, currently raises a heritage breed of sheep, the Leicester Longwool, as well as angora goats. Their fleeces are processed into lustrous, beautiful yarns. The Leicester Longwool was abundantly popular back in colonial times, and forefathers such as George Washington and Thomas Jefferson both kept large flocks of this breed on their farms. Owners of Underhill, Will Churchill and Fred Stowell, will be present at the
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This Week’s LION Eric Beiter, Williamsport Mayoral Candidate By Larry Stout
s it possible to be an idealistic pragmatist? This might be the best way to describe Eric Beiter, Republican Party candidate for Mayor of Williamsport. Eric is store manager with Beiter’s Home Center in South Williamsport, but also has studied abroad and knows American history and political theory like a professor. Eric Beiter grew up in Williamsport, who after graduating from Bishop Neumann High School was greatly interested in history and politics. Rather than going to a university that had good departments in those fields, Eric chose the university that was rated #1 in the nation in study abroad participation, Arcadia University in Glenside, PA. He wanted to research American history from a British perspective (certainly a novel idea). Through Arcadia he had the opportunity to study in London and Scotland, and also travel extensively through Europe.
Eric showed remarkable insight for a twenty-year old, recognizing from his studies abroad that problems are universal, the differences are in their magnitude. Yet he also recognized that people everywhere have the same concerns. They want to live their lives without being dictated how that should be done. They want to be able to take care of their family and fulfill their aspirations. Through his foreign experience, Eric saw life in the United States, and Williamsport in particular, with new eyes. Fresh out of college in 2008 with a degree in business administration, Eric entered the workforce at the worst possible time for an aspiring economist. He first found work driving a Fed Ex Express truck for six months, and this was followed by working as a salesperson for the Sun-Gazette for eighteen months. Then a surprising job offer came along — the family business. His first job was at age 13 when his fa-
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• 12 years as Loyalsock Township Super visor, the largest populated Township in Lycoming County • 11 Budget Sessions • 3 years as chairman on the board • Local business owner since 1992. • Served on the equipment committee • Has not raised taxes while on the board
• Cut township taxes twice • Saved Loyalsock Township 9 million dollars on sewer project • Regionalized the sewer with Williamsport sanitary saving our residents $130,000 a year • Instrumental in multiple street paving projects
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ther put him putting together whatever needed to put together in the warehouse, and he ended up working there all through high school. But now the family recognized that Eric had the work ethic and sharp mind they needed for management, and that he could add value to the business. Eric Beiter is an incredibly sharp young man with surprisingly wellthought out solutions to the issues in Williamsport. At the same time, he understands the challenges that will need to be faced to implement those solutions. From his perspective, Williamsport will be forced to make decisions in the next four years that will impact the city and area for the next thirty years. The levee, city hall repairs, city infrastructure - all of these are huge, big-ticket needs that will require compromise and cooperation to accomplish. Local government is not a zero sum game, which means that those who serve in this capacity must do what is best for those who live in the city. However, there will be very difficult political decisions that need to be made, and this often translates
into one-term elected officials. Eric understands this, and is ready for it. His heroes are Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas Jefferson, and Alexander Hamilton. These men made history, and they did it by making tough decisions that were the right decisions. It often does not translate into popularity, but it counts for posterity. Eric Beiter is one of those rare individuals that is intelligent enough to go into any profession he might choose. He declared his candidacy for the Williamsport mayor right after the failed referendum on the change in city government last November. As the father of three beautiful young daughters, he wants to get involved and make an impact in a way that looks past a single term of office and looks toward the next decade. He wants his children to grow up in a city that is thriving in every way — economically, educationally, entertainingly. He wants the city to get a “fresh start.” What is an idealistic pragmatist? Teddy Roosevelt said it best, “Keep your eyes on the stars, and your feet on the ground.” Eric Beiter is certainly that kind of man.
A Fresh Start TAMING TAXES AND SPENDING Review every line item of the City budget to ensure that tax dollars are spent wisely and renegotiate contracts with outside vendors.
REBUILDING OUR INFRASTRUCTURE Work with local, state, and federal oﬃcials to nd ways to fully-fund the Levee and Graaus Run ood control projects.
KEEPING US SAFE Give law enforcement the tools that they need to ght violent crimes and drugs, especially those that impact senior citizens and children.
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Before you vote on Tuesday, May 21st 2019 Ask Scott Metzger running for County Commissioner
Did you ever harass the Montoursville School Board? Did you ever get in the face of a Montoursville School Board member? Were you for the 38 million dollar Montoursville High School project that put the tax payers in a large debt? At one time it was reported to be almost 73 million dollar debt. Are you
worried about the taxes when you were for the high school project that raised taxes for years? Aren’t you already getting a big retirement check from the county? Do you have 20 or more apartments that you rent out? Do you truly care about the tax payers or care about yourself more?
Dale Ulmer is running for the Montoursville School Board Why are you running again? When you were on the school board before didn’t you vote for the new high school that put the tax payers in debt for years to come? Are you running again just to get rid of Ron Snell because he was against the new high school and that you can get back on the board to be with your buddies? Are you really for the tax payers when
you voted for the 38 million dollar high school? When the old high school could have been renovated for 22 million then you could have spent the 5 million for the Valley School and got two schools done for less money. Do you really know what fiscal responsibility is? Are you going to vote for the High School Principal to be the next Superintendent?
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other meals, too! There’s nothing like a yummy Italian meal prepped and ready to go on those busy, on-the-go nights. I could smile just thinking about it.
Lasagna Roll Ups This meal is just as good fresh or out of the freezer! • 2 pounds ground beef • 1 small onion, finely diced • 1 tbsp. garlic, minced • 1 jar (26 oz.) good spaghetti sauce • 1 cup water • 1 (30 oz.) container small curd cottage cheese • 3 cups shredded mozzarella cheese, divided • 1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese, divided • 1 egg • 2 tbsp. Italian seasoning (optional) • 1 teaspoon pepper • Lasagna noodles, cooked • Pepperoni (also optional) • Salt, to taste Directions: Cook lasagna according to package. You want to cook about 8-12 noodles, depending on how generous you are
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done, top with remaining cheese and bake till melted. Serve with warm bread and a crisp salad. Enjoy! NOTE: To freeze, simply top with a little extra sauce, put foil over top and place in freezer. When ready to bake, simply take out of freezer, unthaw, and bake for 1 hour at 350. Cheesy Bread Bake right in foil, no mess no fuss! • 2 loaves of French Bread, cut in half Mix: • 2 cups of Monterey Jack cheese, shredded • 1 cup of Extra Sharp Cabot cheese, shredded • 1/2 cup mayo • 1 stick of softened butter Mix all together using a wooden spoon in a bowl. Spread evenly on 4 halves. I wrapped each half in foil, making sure the foil doesn’t touch the cheese. Leave a gap at the top and roll down foil. Like a teepee! You bake it in the foil for 20-25 minutes at 350 degrees. This will also freeze beautifully. Bake the same way, but at 30 minutes or so or until warm and melted.
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DJ Blaze │ The New K-Bar │ 9 p.m. │ 523 East Third Street, Williamsport │ (570) 326-7873 DJ & Karaoke │ Rauchtown Inn │ 9:30 p.m. │ 3235 Rauchtown Road, Jersey Shore │ (570) 745-7574 Karaoke | Planet Par | 10:30 p.m. │ 326 Court St., Williamsport │ (570) 320-1101
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««Former Deputy Chief Clerk for Lycoming County Commissioners ««US Army Veteran with over 14 years of service ««Member of the American Legion Post 104, Montoursville «« Active Volunteer with many Non-Profit Organizations
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By Larry Stout
Jersey Shore Area School Director-Region 1
43 years as a practicing CPA and Business/Finance experience
Dedicated to ensuring students receive the highest quality education in the most conducive environment possible
Prioritize the need to reduce the District’s Real Estate tax millage (highest in Lycoming County) by eliminating unnecessary spending
can voters could chose the two incumbents, choose one of them and select one of the alternatives, or reject both incumbents and select two new commissioners. As an observer of 95% of the commissioner meetings since 2016, and as one who has interviewed nearly every department head and many other employees in the county, I believe I have some perspective on who would be the “ideal” county commissioner. We will work under the assumption that the person has management ability, understands budgets, and has the energy to work hard at the job. Three other intangible qualities are sometimes over-
See COUNTY HALL on Page 40
Resident of Jersey Shore Area School District (Mifflin Twp.) with wife, Dianna, for 19 years.
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ATTENTION! ALL REGISTERED VOTERS: EVERYBODY CAN VOTE IN THE SPECIAL ELECTION ON MAY 21.
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MARC FRIEDENBERG for U.S. CONGRESS
n Tuesday, May 21st, one of the most important elections in years will be held here in Lycoming County. Though all elections are important in some respect, this one has the potential of changing the direction of county government for many years to come. Though voting for mayors, borough council members or township supervisors are certainly significant, it is the county that runs many of the operations that impact our lives. These include, among other things, the sheriff ’s department, the courts, the row offices, children and youth, the landfill, and a host of departments that relate to roads, bridges, flood control, conservation efforts, community development, and much, much more. Overseeing the 500 plus employees and a $100 million budget are three county commissioners. All three are up for election this year, two of which are from the Republican Party and will face the electorate for reelection on May 21st. There are seven challengers for these two slots, and the Republi-
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COHICK ESTATE AUCTION Location: 1196 Lockcuff Road, Williamsport, PA. Watch for auction signs off Grimesville & Daugherty’s Run Road
Saturday, May 18, 2019 • 9:30 AM
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JACK McKERNAN for County Commissioner
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Republican Values & Beliefs Independent thinker with no special interest supporters Transparent in all things
COUNTY HALL looked. First, a county commissioner should work well and communicate well with their colleagues and subordinates. Studies show that 80 percent of management problems revolve around communication issues, and communication is a two-way street. Employees need to believe that management listens and responds to them. Recognition, appreciation, mutual trust, all work toward motivation, which is essential for maximum effort from employees. Good leaders focus on these
aspects, and not just the bottom line. Second, a county commissioner ideally should have a diversity of engagement areas in their community. These are often viewed as extra-curricular, but where a person gives their extra time is generally where their heart is. Some officials are more passionate about farmers, or senior citizens, or troubled youth, for example, and their nose is only pointed in that direction. They enjoy being a champion for that cause. But there are many people groups and focus areas that are critical
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2015: Ran on a fiscal platform 2018: Results
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• Reported Positive General Fund in 2016 & 2018, the last time was 2008! • General fund reserves increased over 20%
• Reduced the GEO re-entry program budget while maintaining success, prison population is down
• Reduced government size, voted for staff reduction of 12 through attrition • Led the formation of the levee funding group
• Requested a $500,000 reduction from county departments in the 2019 budget • Improved the White Deer Golf Course from a $190,000 deficit in 2016 to a projected profit of $54,560 in 2019!
• Using the $5 registration fee for the bridge bundling of 17 bridges represents a huge savings for the municipalities • Held county-wide summits with EMS / EMT and Volunteer Fire Companies to address volunteer shortages and potential regional coverage
My vision for the future of Lycoming County is to focus on making our county a destination for economic development & tourism, a place where our youth want to live, where investment for economic success will lead to higher earned incomes and an area where retirees and seniors can live comfortably with the LOWEST POSSIBLE
REAL ESTATE TAX.
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the heat, get out of the kitchen. There is no such thing as a ‘perfect’ candidate, but in this election, the county is blessed with a number of candidates for county commissioner that go a long way toward matching the qualities listed above. Albert Einstein was approached in 1947 and asked to consider being prime minister for the new nation of Israel. He declined, and stated, ”Politics is more difficult than physics.” Einstein was right; governing is very hard, even at the county level. On May 21st, Republican voters will have two choices for the right person for that job.
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Nice home in a very convenient location with great yard, two car garage & direct access to the bike path. Home has 3-4 bedrooms (possible 4th bedroom area in 2nd floor loft/bonus space). Also featuring: one full bath on main floor, a 3/4 bath on the second floor (with sunny skylight) and 1/4 bath & laundry in finished lower level. Home has full bath and one bedroom on main level as well as a large living room and cool covered side porch. Home is in 500-year flood plane and will NOT require flood insurance. Home has ‘’B-Dry’’-type system. Call Robert Pierce (570) 279-0856
Delightful ranch style home located in the heart of Vallamont. This home is spacious and offers an updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances. The dining area opens to the rear deck and yard and offers wonderful views of the city. The lower level is finished and features a spacious family room with fireplace and bar, ideal for entertaining. There are two rooms that can serve as bedrooms, office, or craft rooms. The cozy sun room opens to the rear yard. Please call Stephanie Calder, 570-220-2323 to view this lovely home.
’’OFF THE GRID’’ seasonal cabin 7.7 miles off of RT 80 near Snowshoe. Turn key fully furnished with 40 0 0 -Wat t generator, propane lights and refrigerator, woodstove, and permitted outhouse with holding tank. Cabin is very low maintenance and is in very good condition. Call Craig Kissell at 570-494-6590
In celebration of their 50 year anniversary, Aquarius Pool & Patio Staff, Customers, local dignitaries & chamber of commerce representatives released 50 beautiful butterflies into downtown. Aquarius Pool & Patio has been a longtime staple in the downtown business community. Through the years since opening the pool business in 1969, they have added additional stores in the same building. These stores include The Grape Vine, The Tobacco Center and Best Seats In The House.
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to the life and vitality of this region. The best possible county commissioner is one with a broad profile or at least an awareness in a wide variety of interest areas. Everyone has a particular special focus, of course, but it is not a good sign if their button is stuck on that one alone. And last, a county commissioner must — absolutely must — have a thick skin. Many a commissioner meeting has featured highly disgruntled people who present their concerns in a rather unpleasant manner. It is vital to keep your head when others are losing theirs. And as the saying goes, if you can’t take
Totally remodeled home in excellent location. This 3-bedroom, 1.5 bath home features a beautiful remodeled kitchen and hardwood floors throughout. Call Nancy Merinar at 570-660-9943.
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Double with 3-bedrooms in both units! Keep as a rental or turn into large family home with 6 bedrooms! In excellent condition! Off street parking, close to everything! Call Nancy Merinar at 570-660-9943
Check out this adorable, move-in-ready home. Several renovations to the kitchen and bath. It’s all freshly painted. The carpets have been cleaned. Everything is ready for a new owner. The off-street parking and the spacious yard add to the appeal. If you are looking for a Williamsport home, in this price range, look no further. Call Mark Mussina at 570-971-9157 for more information.
Magnificent Home - Elegant but comfortable, 4 bedrooms, elevator, fireplaces, wet bar, movie theatre, gym, located in a rural setting approximately 30 miles north of Lock Haven. Please call Sandy Halerz 570-419-1832 for appointment to see this home.
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MLS# WB-86489 You’ll love living in this beautiful 3-bedroom home in an excellent location. Features include: newly remodeled bathroom, parquet wood floor in dining area, remodeled family room with a wood stove, attached one car garage, brand new exterior French drain system, a spacious backyard with a deck for relaxation or entertainment and plenty of bonus space, including an office that could work as a 4th bedroom. Call Tara Nash at 570-971-4401 for your private showing.
Come see this wonderful, updated, 3-floor living, home which boasts a t wo - car garage. A fenced in yard, back deck, a large front porch, and a brand-new kitchen. Contact Mark Mussina (570)971-9157 for further details.
Replacement windows, newer Furnaces, and a Newer Roof make this Double House an APPEALING HOME. Live in one Side and rent the other for rental income to help with your mortgage. 1 side is currently rented. Separate Utilities Call Cathi Noll at 570-660-6924.
Beautiful four-bedroom, three bath, ranch style home located in the Grampian Hills. This spacious, light filled home features, a formal living room with fireplace, lovely hardwood floors, eat-in kitchen and finished lower level with family room, office and bath. Situated on a private wooded lot, don’t miss this wonderful home. Priced at $289,900. Please call Stephanie Calder- 570-220-2323.
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any of the Webb Weekly readers may already know my passion for cars, trucks, and motorcycles started at a young age with a gift from my Uncle Mitch. That small, red, 1979 Corvette promotional model was the driving force behind my love of the automobile. Growing up and into my early 20s I had some very close friends that allowed me to wash some of their classic cars, and I never missed a chance to see anyone’s collection no matter what it was. The Spring and Fall Carlisle Swap meet will always be another very fond memory. My dear friend Veris and I would travel the “rows” from dawn to dusk for three days straight looking for that rare find, not that I had any money back then, but the thrill of the hunt was very intriguing. These places, events, shows, and experiences helped mold me into the enthusiast that I am today. In all of my writings, I hope that some of you read between the lines and share some of these same experiences with your kids and grandkids. The “hobby” is not gaining new members but in fact, showing a loss. I will easily compare this to another one of my passions- hunting.
Years ago, most kids spent a large amount of time around their parents and they, in turn, took part in the things their parents liked to do. We now live in a time when parents work longer hours, two jobs, travel long distances to work, work out of town, swing shift/ weekends or they live in single-parent homes. All of these reasons play a part in kids today not getting the chance to enjoy a parent’s hobby. If possible, take your child, grandchild, niece or nephew, brother, sister or even a friend’s child this summer and see if a car show brings a smile to their face. Many times just getting the chance to spend time with someone that cares about them is reward enough. If that isn’t your thing, take them hunting, fishing, hiking or anything to get them outside and enjoying themselves. This just could pay off with future enthusiasts for all these hobbies as well as better citizens. There are monthly car shows at the Burger King in Williamsport, the Lewisburg Walmart, as well yearly shows at Lycoming College, Divine Providence and the Watsontown 4th of July Show just to name a few. There are also some very nice classic car auctions held in Central PA. What better way to see some really fine examples than
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at a place where you have the chance to buy one. Central Pa Auto Auction in Mill Hall in July and Mecum Auto Auction in Harrisburg this August. I have attended both, and they are well worth attending. Carlisle also offers some yearly auctions as well as brandspecific shows all summer long. The leader in the classic car auction business is Barrett Jackson, started in 1971 by Russ Jackson and Tom Barrett. Barrett Jackson has grown from the original Scottsdale sale every January to 3 more auctions, totaling four states each year. I have had the pleasure of attending the Scottsdale sale several times as well as
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are willing to pay for it. But to others, nothing really matters other than a good looking, nice driving restored classic — numbers matching means nothing to them. In fact some even go the pro-touring route, basically taking a classic body and frame and ditching everything else for modern suspension, fuel injection, disc brakes and interiors as well as power everything, A/C and more. Tri-five Chevys (‘55,’56,’57) have been highly desired since their inception as well as ‘53-’72 Vettes, early Mustangs (especially the fastback) and the Mopars (Cudas, Chargers, Dusters and of course the Super Bird and Bee).
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PUBLIC ESTATE AUCTION #362
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n the next part of William Booth’s Vision of the Lost, he focuses his attention on the people who had been rescued from the angry sea. What he sees is a strong indictment against Christians who are self-absorbed instead of being mission focused. This is hard to read because it hits too
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have any care — that is any agonizing care — about the poor perishing ones who were struggling and drowning right before their very eyes — many of whom were their own husbands and wives, brothers and sisters and even their own children! Now this astonishing unconcern could not have been the result of ignorance or lack of knowledge, because they lived right there in full sight of it all and even talked about it sometimes. Many even
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pleasures and employments. But only a very few of them seemed to make it their business to get the drowning people out of the sea. But what puzzled me most was the fact that though all of them had been rescued at one time or another from the sea, nearly everyone seemed to have forgotten all about it. Anyway, it seemed the memory of its darkness and danger no longer troubled them at all. And what seemed equally strange and perplexing to me was that these people did not even seem to
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went regularly to hear lectures and sermons in which the awful state of these poor drowning creatures was described. The occupants of this platform were engaged in different pursuits and pastimes. Some of them were absorbed day and night in trading and business in order to make and gain fortunes, storing up their savings in boxes, safes and the like. Many spent their time in amusing
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Selfishness is a common problem for most of us. Not that we are purposefully selfish — that would be rude. Instead, we look around at others and begin thinking that everyone has it easier or better than we do — a perspective that convinces us we deserve more or better. Self-focus allows us the luxury of taking our eyes off of the people who are still drowning in the sea. And when we look away, we forget, even though it wasn’t that long ago that we were drowning. This problem also affects churches.
They get so bound up in their buildings and committees and budgets and dogma and traditions that they forget the mission of God. Mission drift is the main reason why churches die. Frankly, it is probably the only reason. I have no doubt that William Booth struggled with the some problem. He was just as human as you and me. But when God gave him this vision, he was taken by passion. My prayer is that Booth’s vision will do the same for us. Next week we’ll look at part three of the vision.
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the most amazing was that those on the platform to whom He called, who heard His voice and felt that they ought to obey it — at least they said they did — those who confessed to love Him much and claimed to be in full sympathy with Him in the task He had undertaken — who worshipped Him or who professed to do so — were so taken up with their trades and professions, their money saving and pleasures, their families and circles, their theology and arguments about theology, and their preparation
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or the pearly white flower clusters of Itea virginica, are cut back as soon as they finish flowering. This rule of thumb holds true for other spring-blooming favorites such as lilacs, Kolkwitzia (commonly called beauty bush) and Weigela ‘Wine and Roses,’ a beautiful shrub with dark red foliage and pink, tubular flowers. Evergreen shrubs such as the elegant variegated boxwood, with its dark green, elliptically shaped leaves bordered in white, or the dwarf form of Ilex glabra, commonly known as inkberry, are given a quick shaping in early spring and then left to grow out naturally over the next several months. Some dwarf evergreens such as Pinus parviflora ‘Adcock’s dwarf ’
don’t require any pruning at all due to their small stature. Keep in mind that some groups of shrubs such as viburnums are planted for their clusters of fruit, which ripen after their flowers are pollinated. These types of shrubs are best pruned lightly in early spring. I remove old and dead branches out of the center of the plant to let light in and to encourage new suckering from the base of the plant. If they grow too big, I give them a hard pruning in early spring to get them under control. Often this means sacrificing fruit for a year, but I am careful not to cut back all of them in the same year so the border still has some shrubs bearing fruit come fall.
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border in my yard. Much like a perennial border, a shrub border consists of a variety of different plants with varying shapes, textures, leaf colors and bloom times. Planted correctly and properly cared for, a shrub border can provide year-round interest without the high degree of maintenance required of a perennial border. An annual pruning, a light application of fertilizer and a quick top-dressing of mulch are all that are required to keep the border looking good. My shrub border begins blooming in early May and continues through a succession of bloom until late summer. Once the late summer bloomers have
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very 40 seconds, someone in the U.S. has a stroke. Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death, and the number one cause of disability. Rapid treatment for stroke is the key to preventing long-term disability. A stroke occurs when blood flow and oxygen to the brain is interrupted. This loss of blood and oxygen causes two million brain cells to die every minute, so time is of the essence. The longer a stroke goes untreated, the higher the odds of permanent brain damage, disability, or death. After suffering a stroke, you may
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With all stroke treatments, time is critical. The procedures must be performed within hours of a stroke’s onset. The goal is to restore blood flow to the brain as quickly as possible to prevent permanent brain damage or death. Once stabilized, a patient begins rehabilitation. In cases where stroke has caused limited or extensive disability, inpatient rehabilitation begins within days of treatment, and upon discharge the patient may need ongoing physical therapy. Physical changes that follow a stroke are the result of injury to the brain and may include one or more effects. Weakness or Paralysis – If the stroke occurs on the brain’s right side, the left side of the body and face will be affected. It’s the opposite for a stroke that occurs on the left side of the brain. Fatigue – It’s common to feel tired after stroke.
Fatigue often starts to lessen a few months after the stroke. But for some people, tiredness may continue for years. Communication – The brain controls your ability to use language. Speaking, listening and understanding are complex processes. Each involves different parts of the brain and depending on the type and location of stroke, skills may be affected. Memory – Depending on where stroke happens in the brain, problems with certain types of thought may occur including memory. Emotions – After a stroke, people often experience emotional and behavioral changes. This is because the brain controls our behavior and emotions. A stroke may make a person forgetful, careless, annoyed or confused. Stroke survivors may also feel anxiety, anger or depression.
With prompt and proper treatment, stroke patients can greatly improve health outcomes and recovery following a stroke. Stroke affects many functions of the body and it’s important that patients receive appropriate, quality rehabilitation with a specially trained team to overcome deficits and improve the chances for the best possible recovery. Every patient’s recovery is different, but often stroke recovery takes three to 12 months and beyond. To maintain gains and work on evolving needs, patients must continue to work at their recovery. For more information on stroke care, visit UPMCSusquehanna.org/stroke. Dr. Michael Gerst is the medical director of emergency services at UPMC Susquehanna Williamsport Regional Medical Center, 700 High St., Williamsport.
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loss of balance or coordination, and difficulty walking, speaking or seeing. If you suspect someone may be suffering a stroke, think F.A.S.T: Face drooping: Ask the person to smile. Is one side of the face drooping? Arm weakness: Ask the person to raise both arms. Is one arm weak or numb? Speech trouble: Ask the person repeat a simple sentence like “the sky is blue.” Is speech slurred or hard to understand? Time: When it comes to stroke, time is crucial. If someone is experiencing any of these symptoms, call 9-1-1 immediately—even if the symptoms start to fade. Depending on the severity of your stroke, you may experience all of these symptoms, or none at all. Treatment and Life After Stroke
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The Bookworm Sez By Terri Shlichenmeyer “Springfield Confidential” by Mike Reiss with Mathew Klickstein, foreword by Judd Apatow c.2018, Dey St. $27.99 / $34.99 Canada 299 pages
n any other day, you’d scream to sleep in. But Saturday mornings were different: you were up sometimes before the sun, cereal in-bowl, TV on softly, and a whole mornings’ worth of cartoons ahead of you. That’s
what Saturday mornings were for, right? And in “Springfield Confidential” by Mike Reiss (with Mathew Klickstein), you’ll see why it’s Sunday evenings now. Your end-of-the-weekend obsession almost didn’t make it. In 1988, when it was decided that the between-skit fillers from The Tracey Ullman Show would became a show on its own, writers were needed and Mike Reiss and his writing partner, Al Jean, happened to be available. They knew they weren’t the show’s creator’s first choices. They knew that “Nobody wanted to work” on this new show; in fact, in the
first week, the writing team all believed that The Simpsons would last just six halfhour episodes. “Months after our premiere,” says Reiss, “The Simpsons was not just in the papers every day; it was in every section of the newspaper!” For a guy who “grew up in a house full of funny people,” that was like a cherry on the chocolate sundae of life. Reiss spent his childhood steeped in laughter and his college years with the Harvard Lampoon. He transitioned to National Lampoon, and then to writing movie scripts. He created jokes for Carson. He wrote for TV and was fired and hired often, something that happens to Hollywood writers.
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so awful you have to laugh, bits about esoteric TV shows that you’ve never seen, and plenty of shameless namedropping. It’s fun and it shows the life of one TV writer, but it’s probably not why readers will want this book. Take another bite, though, and there you are: crumbs from nearly thirty years of The Simpsons, “fun facts” and trivia, reasoning for plots, secrets, and argument-enders for fans, guest-stars, never-beens, and stories of viewers around the world. That’s the icing on the donut. It’s the reason that fans both rabid and casual will want this book. It’s why missing “Springfield Confidential,” in fact, is reason to have a cow, man.
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takes to make an individual episode; which jokes “never quite made it”; and how the Lennon Sisters have roundabout ties to The Simpsons. Find out why the Simpsons are yellow and how Maggie’s voice won Oscars. You’ll read about possible final episode plots and why it’s “rude” to ask when that might happen; and you’ll learn why writers “retired… Troy McClure forever.” If you were to bake a donut for Homer Simpson, the recipe would be similar to what’s inside “Springfield Confidential”: a little of this, a little of that, dumped in a bowl, and mixed. Take a bite, and you’ve got author Mike Reiss’ biography (with Mathew Klickstein), which is filled with jokes
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The Roving Sportsman… All Day Tactics By Jon Pries
hether you are seeking to fill your second spring gobbler tag, or you are still looking to connect with the first bird, there is still time to use some late season tactics to get the job done. You have until close of season on Friday, May 31 to seal the deal and all day hunting is now in effect, which means you can hunt from one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset. Effectively, you more than double your opportunities over these last several days of the season, since the “hot” times are during the first and last hours of the day, but chances may arise anytime throughout the day. The longer you can stay afield, the greater the possibility of success. If you must limit your time, concentrate on the early and late parts of the day and employ some late season tactics.
Roosting a gobbler: Late afternoon is a great time to locate a gobbler in one of his favorite feeding areas, be it an area heavy with oak trees or grape vines, an old picked corn field where some residual corn may still be on the ground, or an abandoned field that may have a fresh crop of grasshoppers in it. If you are watching from afar, note the exact location where the old bird leaves the field and enters the woods to head to his roost. This is a perfect spot to set up near in the pre-dawn darkness, as a bird will often return to a field or forest opening via the exact spot where he exited it the night before. If you happen to be closer to the bird and in a position to do so, you might consider setting up to intercept him as he leaves the field headed to his overnight roost spot. Calling should be soft and very limited, and consider merely scratching in the leaves to imitate
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calling may be your best bet. Using a stick, make three strokes through the leaves in a sequence of scratch, scratch (short pause) scratch. If you add any turkey calls at all, make them soft and of short duration, either a soft purr, soft cluck or two or a soft yelp. Then repeat the scratching of the leaves. Be prepared to sit still for nearly an hour after the scratching and calling. Remember, if there is any hunting pressure at all in the area you hunt, the gobblers will be very cautious in their approach to check out any calling, and more than likely will come in silently to check you out. With warmer temperatures finally upon us, the turkeys will be more apt to be active throughout the day. If temperatures become too warm, they may loaf a bit and will hang out in shaded areas until the temperatures cool down. Focus your time on the early or late hours of the hunting period, but stay with it if possible throughout the day — you just never know when an old Tom will become interested and respond to your calls.
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a feeding turkey and do no calling at all. If the gobbler is interested, he may very well divert his path to his roost to check out your soft calls or scratching. Finally, if he roosts near your location, you should be able to hear his wing beats as he flaps his way up to the roost. If not, try to avoid making any turkey sounds at all, but instead, use a locator call such as an owl or crow call to make him shock gobble and give away his location. Wait until well after total darkness to slip away, otherwise there is a good chance he will spot any movement you make. Limit your calling: By this time in the season, most gobblers have heard it all, and have heard it many times from one hunter or another. No matter what calls you make, chances are good that someone has already tried to lure him in with whatever you may throw at him. It is time now to limit your calling and to tone it down a bit. Soft calls of shorter duration are in order, and scratching in the leaves with or without additional
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on the still, calm surface of a farm pond. Farm ponds are also great places to work a popper with a fly-rod. Many farm ponds are seldom ever fished making them a good choice even without a boat. I’m getting my boat ready to hit some area lakes in the near future, but that hasn’t kept me from already scoring big on some excellent panfishing. Just last week I hit a small pond with an ultralight spinning outfit and tiny jigs and soft plastic grubs. Forty-six panfish and a little over an hour later I was headed back home. I returned all of the fish that day; but the bluegills, perch, and crappies provided some great fun and all by walking the bank of the small pond.
Even large lakes can produce some great bank fishing, especially in the early season. One lake I like to fish doesn’t allow boats on during the spring weeks, but I have had some great largemouth bass fishing by wading the shoreline and casting an assortment of jigs; even an occasional walleye shows up. There are a number of area lakes that can be very productive destinations for the bank fishermen especially for perch, bluegills, and crappies since these panfish move into shallower water to spawn during the spring days. Sure, if possible add a boat of some type to your fishing accessories but in the meantime remember “no boat-no problem.”
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Another Mother’s Day has passed us by To remember, many children they did try With cards & flowers and phone calls aplenty As for excuses, there shouldn’t be any
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Now I’m assuming you did remember Mom on her day But if you forgot I just want to A Mom is a rock who’s been say Scott Lowery If she is still with us, you owe a there since birth Nurturing & teaching to live great debt on this earth Show her your love so you’ll have no As you started your journey, she held regrets. out her hand other’s Day became No matter on which side of the fence a national day of you did land celebration on the second Sunday in May As your interest in sports began to as the result of a proclamation issued grow by President Woodrow Wilson in It mattered not how much she might 1914. The importance of Mothers, as it know translates to sports is often reflected by She drove to your practices and to your the athletes themselves who wave or say games hello to Mom when on camera. And somehow remembered all your As a tribute to all the sports Mom’s out friends’ names there and perhaps share a few chuckles, here are a few quotes from famous She sat in the stands and cheered as sports figures talking about their Moms. you played • “I owe a lot to my parents, especially Regardless of the outcome, until the
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gold medal-winning mother, Pat. • “If I was playing third base and my mother rounded third with the winning run, I’d trip her up.” – Leo Durocher, Hall of Fame manager. • “My love for her is greater than my love for the game that has made me independently wealthy and to whom I owe all I now possess. But it must be so.” – Benny Leonard, boxing great, who retired on his mother’s request. Or perhaps this bit of advice from Erma Bombeck: “When your mother asks, ‘Do you want a piece of advice?’ It is a mere formality. It doesn’t matter if you answer
yes or no. You’re going to get it anyway.” In our family, my wife, Jean, daughter Denise, and daughter-in-law Angie, have all been active, supportive sports Moms. I hope that has also been true for you and the sports you enjoy. Being a mother truly consists of daily onthe-job-training. For all the moms out there, especially those whose offspring will soon be graduating from high school – take solace in this quote from American novelist and poet Barbara Kingsolver: “Kids don’t stay with you if you do it right. It’s the one job where the better you are, the more surely you won’t be needed in the long run.”
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illions of people hit the links to play golf recreationally, and many young stars of the game are inspiring others to try their hand at this difficult sport. In its “U.S. Golf Economy Report,” released in 2018, WE ARE GOLF, a coalition of golf ’s governing bodies, found there was a 20 percent increase in junior golf participation in the five years between 2011 and 2016. Plus, there were 2.5 million
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8 am - 2:00 pm
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All proceeds benefit our no-kill, non-profit cat shelter.
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WE TAKE ORDERS For Night Crawlers. $2.00/Doz. Call 570-547-0989. 504 Cooley Road, Allenwood, PA. 17810. 136331 7HP TROY-BILT Roto Tiller. PTO Model, $450.00. Call 570322-6976. 136764 2 TOTES OF Canning Jars, $25.00. Call 570-337-4503. 136771 GENERATOR HOMELITE 5KW. Like New. Run Time 1 Hour. $300.00 570-322-2580. 136740 BRUNO JOEY SCOOTER Lift. Great Cond., Fits In Minivan. Orig $3K, $599 570-2796015. 135372
IH #990 HAYBINE. Very Good Condition. New Knives, New Belts. Some New Parts. $1500.00. 570-584-3694, Evenings. 136750 10’ x 16’, 6’ High Dog Kennel, $125.00. 4’ x 6’ Dog House, $50.00. Both For $150.00 Fair condition. 570-995-9128. 136770 KOBALT LOW PROFILE Aluminum Tool Box. 6’, Like New $175.00. 2 Cylinder Onan Generator $400.00. Call 570971-9071. 136776 DELTA MILWAUKEE 3’ Metal Lathe-Table Top. Many Extra Parts And Machinist Tools. $475.00. Call 570-9719071. 136776
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S & W M&P 15, AR15 W/4X Scope. Uses Both ,223 & 5.56 Less Than 200 Rounds Through Rifle. Price Includes: 3-30 Round Mags, New Carrying Case, & 195 Rounds 55 Gr. .223. $850. Firm. Call 570 560 0716. 136944
CONCRETE CONTRACTOR SELLING OUT. Curb And Side Walk Forms, 8” Highway Forms, Insulation Blankets, Straight Edges, Jumping Jacks, Safety Barrels & Signs, Flat Bed Trailers, Enclosed Trailer, Georgia Buggy, Air Powered Screed, Hydrohammer, Walk Behind Saw, Misc. Concrete Tools. Call 570-220-5483. 136927
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FIREWOOD, DEAD HARDWOOD, $140.00 A Cord. 1128 Fox Road, Jersey Shore. 570745-3291. Closed Sundays. 136761 CAMPFIRE WOOD, WHITE Pine. Cut, Split, $100.00 A Pick-up Load. Smaller Amounts Available. 570-4355010. 136929 WANTED TO BUY
WANTS TO PURCHASE minerals and other oil and gas interests. Send details to P.O. Box 13557, Denver, Co. 80201. C11 BUYING RECORDS!!! Sonic Ascension Records Is Buying Records. Albums And 45’s. Rock, Blues, Jazz, Punk, And Metal. No Collection Too Big or Small. Bring Them To 128 Broad Street, Montoursville Or Call 570-360-3486 And I’ll Come To You. Find Us On Facebook. 136775
$$OLD GUITARS & AMPS WANTED$$ GIBSON-FENDER-MARTIN. ALL BRANDS. TOP DOLLAR PAID. CALL TOLL FREE 1-866-433-8277. C11 WANTED, FRYING PANS And Anvils And Any Item Signed Griswold. Call 570-9989132. 136349 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, & Saturday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. 570-368-2597 136348 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 570-295-0622 LEAVE MESSAGE, OR 570-295-4013 THANK YOU 136733
New Job Opportunities Available If you are interested in a rewarding job helping customers, American Customer Care (ACC) has a great opportunity for you. ACC provides outsourced contact center services to some of the most recognizable companies in business today. We now have newly created job openings for Full Time customer service representatives for our largest client. Training for these positions will begin in a few weeks. The shifts are Full Time with schedules to meet all needs, 7 days per week. Requirements are good written/verbal communication skills and proficiency with basic computer functions. Call us, visit us on line or stop by today! 1-800-660-0130 948 Plaza Drive, Montoursville, PA 17754 Americancustomercare.com ACC is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer.
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16704 State Route 44 Allenwood, PA 17810
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- Fully Insured - Contractor ID: HICR# PA131180 Shawn Wertz Owner
Services We Provide
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“Providing the Highest Quality Expertise at a Competitive Price & Outright Professionalism”
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Big Mountain Lumber Producers of Quality Forest Products
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LOYALSOCK TOWNSHIP SCHOOL District anticipates the following positions for the 2019-2020 School Year. Secondary Counselor Long Term Substitutes. Applicants must possess secondary school counselor certification and experience with secondary students. Experience with developmental guidance activities, group and individual counseling, crisis intervention and academic remediation preferred. For more information on these positions and to apply please go to www. loyalsocklancers.org Deadline is May 24, 2019. EOE. 136762 LOYALSOCK TOWNSHIP SCHOOL District anticipates the following position beginning the 2019-2020 School Year: Special Education Teacher. Applicants must possess vast content knowledge and a strong background in standards-based education, instructional design and delivery, assessment techniques, differentiated instruction, technology, and classroom management. Special Education certification required. This position will serve students in an Emotional Support classroom at our Elementary School. Please apply online at www.loyalsocklancers.org. EOE Deadline – June 3, 2019. 136951
LOYALSOCK TOWNSHIP SCHOOL District anticipates the following position: Supervisor of Special Education The Loyalsock Township School District is seeking an energetic, self-motivated leader to supervise Special Education programs for grades K-12. This is a twelvemonth, Act 93 position. A minimum of five years of teaching special education is preferred. Requirements include a Supervisory Certification in Special Education or Principal Certification. The successful candidate will demonstrate expertise in the following areas: team building, directing and supervising Special Education programs while ensuring compliance with federal and state laws; responsibility for the Special Education Plan; supervise all special education staff for grades K-12; provide leadership and resources for transition planning, monitor and supervise caseloads, classroom assignments, and IEP implementation to ensure compliance with legal requirements; understanding of federal and state Special Education mandates; strong communication and interpersonal skills; and fostering positive relationships with parents, community and school organizations. Experience in Emotional Support and Life Skills is preferred. Please apply online at www.loyalsocklancers.org. EOE. Deadline – June 3, 2019. 136951
LOYALSOCK TOWNSHIP SCHOOL District anticipates the following teaching position beginning the 2019-2020 School Year: Spanish Teacher. Applicants must possess valid certification in Spanish. Vast content knowledge and a strong background in standards-based education, instructional design and delivery, assessment techniques, and classroom management required. Apply online at www.loyalsocklancers.org Deadline – June 3, 2019. EOE. 136951 LEGAL SECRETARY FOR Well-Established Law Office. Experience Preferred. Please Contact Webb Weekly 280 Kane Street, Suite 2, Box No. 400, South Williamsport, PA. 17702. Include Resume. 136936 HELP WANTED. Chemcoat Inc. has an IMMEDIATE OPENING for Truck drivers with CDL including Hazmat, Tanker endorsement and be able to get or have a passport. We offer an excellent benefit package and sign on bonus. If you would like to become part of our team please send your resume to jhursh@chemcoat. com or stop in to the main office and complete an application. We are located at 2790 Canfield lane Montoursville pa 17754. 136769
WILLIAMSPORT COMPANY has immediate openings for CDL Certified Truck Drivers and Diesel Mechanics. Very competitive pay and benefits. Home every night. Reply to: BOX 3514, WILLIAMSPORT PA. 136570 PART TIME DRIVER Wanted With Pick-Up Truck. Call 570-547-6343. 136537 C.H. WALTZ SONS, Tractor Dealer In Cogan Station, Is Hiring FT SALES & PARTS REPRESENTATIVE. Includes Benefits. To apply go to https:// www.chwaltz.com . 136948 TWO PART TIME Job Positions. Faxon-Kenmar United Methodist Church, 1301 Clayton St., Williamsport, PA. 1. ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 2. FINANCIAL SECRETARY. Excellent Documented Secretarial And Computer Skills Required. If Interested, Please Go To faxonkenmar.org For Position Descriptions And Application Details. 136946 HAPPY ACRES RESTAURANT, Waterville, Has An Opening For Line Cook, Sous Chef, Dish Washer And Server. Great Working Environment. 570-753-8000. 136735 LABORERS, APPLY AT RPS Machinery Sales Inc. , 175 Old Route 220 Highway, Jersey Shore, PA 17740. M - F, 9 AM 4 PM. 136532 CONSTRUCTION OPERATORS/LABORERS Are Needed At Lycoming Supply. Apply At 801 Beeber Street, Williamsport, Mon-Thu, 9am-4pm. 136343
AMISH BAKERY LOOKING To Hire Person To Drive Van Pulling A Trailer To Go To New Jersey and New York Markets Or Connecticut On Wednesdays And Local Deliveries On Fridays. A Person That Is Reliable And Dependable with A Safe Driving Record. Paid By The Mile. Stop In For An Interview Mon, Tue, Thu, Sat In Morning. 1230 Paradise St., Watsontown, PA. 17777. 570649-5346. 136590 ESTABLISHED PAINTING CONTRACTOR Looking For Painters To Fill Summer Work And Beyond. Will Train Right Person. Must Have Reliable Transportation. Great Work Atmosphere. 570-220-2269. 136744 DO YOU ENJOY RUNNING, EXERCISE, FITNESS? ELITE FEET, INC IN MONTOURSVILLE HAS AN EXCITING POSITION TO FILL. WOULD YOU LIKE TO JOIN OUR TEAM? WE ARE LOOKING FOR A DYNAMIC EMPLOYEE WITH GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE SKILLS TO FILL APPROXIMATELY 30 HOURS A WEEK. PLEASE STOP IN THE STORE FOR AN APPLICATION AND TO HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ANSWERED. SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY, PLEASE. 136535
MACHINE SHOP PERSONNEL: Positions Open For Machine Shop Personnel In Small Metal And Plastics Machine Job Shop In All Areas. Experience A Plus But Will Train Right Person. Benefit Package Includes But Not Limited To Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, 401K Plan, Paid Holidays And Vacations Plus Other Benefits. Apply In Person Monday-Friday Between 8:00am And 4:00pm. Fairfield Manufacturing Company, 213 Streighbeigh Lane, Montoursville, PA 17754. 136443 NIGHT SHIFT MECHANIC Glenn O Hawbaker, Inc. Montoursville, PA. Apply At Gohcareers.com. 136920 JOB TRAINING
AIRLINE MECHANIC TRAINING- Get FAA Technician Certification. Approved For Military Benefits. Financial Aid If Qualified. Job Placement Assistance. Call Aviation Institute Of Maintenance 866-453-6204. C11 AIRLINES ARE HIRING – Get FAA approved hands on Aviation training. Financial aid for qualified students - Career placement assistance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance 877-818-0783. M11 BUSINESS SERVICES
FRIDAY, MAY 17 @ 3:00pm & SATURDAY, MAY 18 @ 8:30am In Turbotville on SR 44 – Main Street Turn onto Paradise Road to 92 Paradise Road, Turbotville, Northumberland Co. PA
Real Estate (noon): 2 Story 11 Room Farm House Situated on a Large Double Lot Consisting of 4 Bedrooms, Eat-In Kitchen selling w/Appliances, 2 Living Rms., Dining Rm., 2 Baths (1 w/ Stackable LG Washer/Dryer), Mud Room w/Rear Deck Entrance. Open Stairway, Wooden Trim & Floors Throughout. Full Length Front Porch. Coal Stoker Stove. City Water/Sewer. 2 Story Barn. For Inspection Call: 570-713-8374. Complete listing and photos at Auctionzip.com#2399.
Also Selling Vehicle, Trailers, Mowers, Tools, Primitives, Antiques, Collectibles Owners: Wayne & Jan Meckley Auctioneer: Lori Hess Lauver, AU-02854-L, 570-966-2512
KILL BED BUGS! Harris Sprays, Mattress Covers, Kits. Available: Hardware Stores, The Home Depot, homedepot. com. C11 BECOME A PUBLISHED Author. We Want To Read Your Book! Dorrace Publishing-Trusted By Authors Since 1920 Book Manuscript Submissions Currently Being Reviewed. Comprehensive Services: Consultation, Production, Promotion And Distribution Call For Your Free Author’s Guide 1-877-626-2213. C11 CROSS COUNTRY MOVING, Long Distance Moving Company, Out Of State Move $799 Long Distance Movers. Get Free Quote On Your Long Distance Move 1-800-5112181. C11 CALL EMPIRE TODAY To Schedule A FREE In-Home Estimate On Carpet & Flooring. Call Today! 1-800-508-2824. C11 ESSENTIAL OILS CLASS. Have a FREE class emailed straight to your inbox! Email email@example.com or Call 717-683-7324. 136924
M.R. Logue Interiors
LANDSCAPE BORDERS PERMANENT EDGING
----- Since 1975 ----Swirled Ceilings - A Specialty
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• Drywall •
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YOU POINT IT OUT, WE’LL HAUL IT OUT!
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Have Your Business Card Delivered to Over 58,000 Homes Call Jaimie at 570-326-9322
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Manufacturer of Board & Batten Structures Custom Built Storage Sheds Horse Barns
Daniel Stoltzfus - Owner
Toll Free: 1-833-891-9134 6278 Brush Valley Rd Rebersburg, PA 16872
We also service garden tractors & lawn mowers
2140 Warrensville Road, Montoursville, PA 17754 Call to schedule a visit today! 570-433-3161 • valleyviewlyco.org
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Located In Montoursville, PA
SOFTWASH - Residential Exterior Siding
$119 $149 $199 Under 1000 sq. ft.
1001-1500 sq. ft.
1501-2000 sq. ft.
2001-2500 sq. ft.
2501-3000 sq. ft.
3001-3500 sq. ft.
$249 $299 $349 We also Clean Roofs - Exterior Windows/Screens - Decks - Fences - Sidewalks - Driveways & Commercial
Call or Text to Schedule your Complete House or Commercial Cleaning Today!
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• Low Maintenance Landscape Designs & Installation • Mulching • Lawn Seeding • Hedge & Shrub Trimming • Maintenance Contracts • Snow Contracts • Retaining Walls • Patios • Walks State College, Pa (814) 470-7782
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29 YEARS IN BUSINESS!
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LUNG CANCER? ASBESTOS Exposure In Industrial, Construction, Manufacturing Jobs, Or Military May Be The Cause. Family In The Home Were Also Exposed. Call 1-866795-3684 Or Email cancer@ breakinginjurynews.com . $30 Billion Is Set Aside For Asbestos Victims With Cancer. Valuable Settlement Monies May Not Require Filing A Lawsuit. C11 Lung Cancer? And Age 60+? You And Your Family May Be Entitled To Significant Cash Award. Call 866-428-1639 for Information. No Risk. No Money Out Of Pocket. C11 APPLYING FOR SOCIAL Security Disability Or Appealing A Denied Claim? Call Bill Gordon & Assoc., Social Security Disability Attorneys, 1-855498-6323! FREE Consultations. Local Attorneys Nationwide [Mail: 2420 N St NW, Washington DC. Office: Broward Co. FL (TX/NM Bar.)]. C11
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NO PEEKING ALLOWED! SEE PAGE 63 FOR THIS WEEKS GAMES
DISH NETWORK SATELLITE Television Service. Now Over 190 channels for ONLY $59.99/mo! FREE Installation, FREE Streaming, FREE HD. Add Internet for $14.95 a month. 1-800-219-1271. M11
FULMERS WATER HAULING. Swimming Pools, Drinking Water. Dependable Delivery. Credit Cards Accepted. Website www.fulmerswater.com. Call 570-322-1829. 136156
SEWING SERVICES, South Williamsport. Weekdays 9-5 Call Sharon 570-322-4622. NO Formal Wear. 136592
MAY’S SHOWER OF SAVINGS! Abandoned mfg. homes 4sale, in need of rehab. ONLY $800-$1000. In Montoursville. Call 570-435-2207. 136925
25 YEAR OLD LANDSCAPING BUSINESS For Sale. Call 570-279-1319. 136536 BASIC LAWN CARE -No Job Too Small--We Specialize in Basic residential lawn care. Local Company, Old Phone Number!! - (717) 460-8535. 136558 RICHARD’S LAWN CARE And Landscaping. Mowing, Mulching. FREE Estimates. Fully Insured. Call 570-7721588. PA064570. 135029 SPRING CLEANUP. LAWN Mowing, Brush Removal, Hauling. 570-439-1934. 135984 R AND J LAWNMOWING. Great Rates. Residential And Commercial. Call 570-4353204. 136391 J & A LAWNMOWING Service And Trash Removal. 570974-4806 Or 570-651-0837. 136950 J & J LAWNCARE And Landscaping. Free Estimates. 570-974-8629. 135737 ROBERT’S LANDSCAPING AND Lawncare. Free Estimates. Call 570-279-2012. 136741 LANDSCAPING
SCOTT’S LAWN CARE. Residential And Commercial Mowing And Landscaping. Spring Cleanup. 20th Year In Business. Fully Insured. Call 570-419-6326. 136388 HAULING
SMALL DUMP TRUCK Will Haul Mulch, Dirt, Stone, Etc. 570-995-6981. 136172
HOME FOR RENT
412 WELDON STREET, Montoursville. Raised Ranch With 3 Bay Garage, 2 Bedrooms. $129,000.00. Call 570433-4307. 136760 APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FOR RENT, WILLIAMSPORT HISTORIC DISTRICT. 3 LARGE BEDROOMS, ENTIRE 3RD FLOOR OF HOUSE. OFF STREET PARKING. $850.00/MONTH. CALL FOR UTILITIES AND DETAILS. SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY. 717-497-7064. 136350 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT, 2nd Floor. Hardwood Floors. West End. All Utilities Included Except Electric. $550.00. Call 570-323-4228. 136937 WILLIAMSPORT- NICHOLS COURT APARTMENTS, AVAILABLE NOW! 1- & 2-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 1-800-7353068, TTD: 711 TO REQUEST AN APPLICATION. 136546
NEWBERRY AREA: ROUNDHILL COURTYARD, Available Very Nice 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments in secure building: Fully Equipped Kitchen, Washer/Dryer Hook Up, Gas Heat, and off Street Parking. Tenant Responsible For Electric, rent includes Gas, Water/Sewer and Trash. Mostly 55 Years of Age or Older, Background Checks Required and Small Limited Pet Policy with Charge. Call 1-800-735-3068, Ext. # 239 or 570-279-7142. 136547
Iris Commons Apartments Office located at 618 Center Street Williamsport, PA 17701. 1-800-735-3068 TDD: 711. 2 BR Apartments available. Rent includes heat. Tenant responsible for electric, water, sewer, trash removal. Must meet federal program requirements. Section 8 vouchers accepted. Call and request an application at 1-800-735-3068. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. 136547
SUSQUEHANNA CAMPGROUND NICE River Lots, 6 Month Seasonal Rates, $800.00 To $1200.00. Cabins For Rent, Monthly, $350.00 To $600.00. 570-398-0462. 134233 CEMETERY PLOTS
4 BURIAL PLOTS FOR FAMILY. $3000. Value-Sell For $2000. Will Split, In Montoursville. Call 570-220-0245. 0000 4 CEMETERY LOTS At Greenlawn Together. $1000.00 Each. Call 585-657-4505. 136581 STORAGE UNITS
10 X 16. $75.00/Month. Call 570-326-2830. 136351
NOTICE JORDAN TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS Residents wishing to have dust oil placed on township roads for dust control must complete an application, which can be obtained at the township office. 300 feet of dust oil will be provided free in front of residences. Additional dust oil will be supplied at $100.00 per 100 feet, paid in advance. All applications and payments must be submitted by May 22, 2019. Markers must be clearly placed where oil is to be applied. Placement of dust oil will be at the discretion of the Supervisors. Supervisors will not be responsible for accidents or damage.
JORDAN TOWNSHIP SUPERVISORS 4298 RT. 42 HWY. UNITYVILLE, PA 17774
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