November 22, 2012 RSS feed / Letters

Lawton

Karen Blaisure of Fairdale, Kate Douglas, Pauline McGovern and Denise Campbell attended the penny social at LeRaysville on Friday evening. Denise Campbell visited Pauline McGovern and Frances Lutz on Sunday evening. More...

Nimble

Thursday, Shirley Goodwin and I enjoyed lunch at Perkins in Tunkhannock. Then before we arrived home, we were able to observe a bear enjoying his environment. More...

Jenningsville

Hopefully there are a few less bear out in the surrounding areas. Those with outside bird feeders are happy to know that some of them are gone. Michael Clauser and friend spent the weekend at his cabin taking advantage of the nice weather. More...

Terrytown

A very special week for families and friends as we commemorate a day of Thanksgiving to our Lord. For those who are traveling we pray for a safe trip, praying for a good day weather wise and good family fellowship. More...

Forkston

Our condolences to the family and friends of Harold Severcool, who passed away last week. Several from the area attended the visitation and funeral. More...

Laceyville

Marissa Culver and several co-workers were treated to a day in NYC on Saturday by their employer. While there the girls attended the Christmas show at Radio City Music Hall, did some shopping and visited many other points of interest. More...

Dimock

Herb Steele was seriously injured in an automobile accident near his home. More...

Camptown

Some of our ladies were having a howling good time Saturday night at a mostly all-girl event excluding the performers, specimans of the opposite sex. Most of them prefer to remain anonymous; suffice it to say that a good time was had by all. More...

Beaver Meadows

Sunday, Karen Bond hosted the Thanksgiving dinner at the Wyalusing Presbyterian Church. Get well wishes to Eva Nelson, now a guest at Golden Living in Tunkhannock. Her husband, Bill and Jane McGee visited her on Saturday. More...

Silvara

I have some great news for the people in our area. Kevin and Selina Bendock Flynn are opening a little shop, selling quality alpaca items (gloves, socks, hats, etc.) for the holiday season. It’s called Bendolynn Woods Alpacas. More...

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