September 20, 2012 RSS feed / Letters

Laceyville

Mark your calendar for Thursday, Oct. 4 when the Laceyville Library will hold its first soup sale of the season. Several kinds of soup will be available and they’re always delicious. More...

Beaver Meadows

Sunday School begins again this Sunday, Sept. 23 at 10:15 at our church. Dale and Donna Bennett have returned home after spending the week at the United Methodist Red Bird Mission in Beverly, KY. More...

Dimock

We mourn the death of Valerie Stancavage who cheerfully met the ups and downs of life, fortified by her faith in God and love of her wonderful family. Our hearts go out to her husband, Stanley, and to her children and grandchildren. More...

Forkston

Frank and Ginny Miner are settling into their new home. They recently held a party for family, friends, and neighbors who helped them with the transition. More...

Spring Hill

Twenty-five years ago, Aileen Learn had a good idea. Her idea was to have the Spring Hill UMW invite the residents of Tunkhannock Methodist Manor to come to the hill for dinner. The UMW agreed and so the annual event began. More...

Camptown

Saturday, Sept. 15 was a beautiful early fall day, perfect for the runners in the Camptown Races, and nice for folks to enjoy the chicken barbecue under the tent. There was music in the air provided by the talented Sara Romanik. More...

Jenningsville

September is half over. It has been nice with wonderful weekends. Hopefully, it will stay with us for a while. The cooler, frosty mornings may take away our beautiful flowers too soon. More...

Nimble

The day Sept. 11, 2001 was a day many remember for so much devastation. However, here on Nimble Hill a blessing was sent from heaven, for Taylor Burke was born on that day. So, please wish Taylor a Happy Belated Birthday if you see her. More...

Silvara

Hello and thank you for visiting me today. It is Tuesday morning and the rain is watering the flowers, trees, and all of our land. We are very blessed because a lot of the country is extremely dry. The flu is going around so take extra precautions. More...

Terrytown

Corn harvesters in full swing and farmers thankful it’s not in the mud. It is much easier on the equipment and getting through the fields quicker. People’s gardens about done and gathered. Not a bad summer, but hot and dry. More...

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