June 20, 2013 RSS feed / Lifestyles

Wyalusing

Many people were out and about on Saturday for the Village Value Day in Wyalusing. Brewed Awakening had a busy time with shoppers checking out their sidewalk sale that included plants, smoothies, walking tacos and treats for those with a sweet tooth. More...

Party Benefits Shelter

On Sunday, June 9, Anna Dunn, right, from Wysox held her sixth birthday party in honor of the Bradford County Humane Society (BCHS). More...

‘Woolman Walk’ Activities Announced

Additional events have been planned to mark the culmination of the walk honoring the 250th anniversary of John Woolman’s peacemaking visit to Wyalusing. More...

Penn State Extension Welcomes Rachel Smarkusky

Penn State Extension and the Susquehanna County 4-H Program are very excited to welcome back Rachel Smarkusky as the 2013 4-H Summer Intern. Smarkusky, of Nicholson, is the daughter of Bill and Mary Smarkusky. More...

Cargill Beef Sponsors ‘Homes for Our Troops’

Cargill’s Wichita-based beef business is sponsoring “Help a Hero Come Home” via a ground beef initiative designed to raise money and awareness for Homes for Our Troops. More than 1,600 U.S. More...

Beaver Meadows

Daniel McGee of Lawton visited MomMom and PopPop McGee during the week and also spent Thursday overnight with them. Saturday, Dale and Debbie Grover attended the Wyalusing Community Yard Sales and Village Value Day. More...

Forkston

Paul Goodwin is the latest recipient of a new hip. Paul had a difficult time with the anesthesia but he’s now feeling better and getting rehab. More...

Open House Picnic to Honor Potterville Couple

Ed and Louise Eastman were married on a sunny day, June 22, 1963 in Jackson, PA. They have resided in Potterville for 46 years and raised two boys, Jim and Myron. More...

Birthdays and Anniversaries

JUNE 23Melanie Adams, Laceyville, PABarbara Peterson, Canton, PAJoseph Potter, Sugar Run, PALee Keeney, ArizonaDwayne Lockburner, ColoradoOdessa Rosser, Dimock, PARobert G. Brigham, Laceyville, PAJohn R. More...

Penn State Extension 4-H Community Gardens Planted

The 4-H Community Gardens located at the Penn State Extension office at Chenango Street in Montrose have been planted. More...

Jenningsville

There will be no church services at Jenningsville or Forkston on Sunday, June 23 as there will be a combined service at the Mehoopany UMC at 10:30 a.m. This is Pastor Jean’s final service before her new assignment. More...

Spring Hill

Spring Hill once again hosted the Camptown Alumni Banquet Saturday night. The ladies served a nice ham dinner with strawberry shortcake for dessert. Vicki Vannan came up with several servers, some just beginning, but all doing a great job. More...

Wyalusing Families Celebrate Newest Oklahoma Royalty

When the Miss America Pageant convenes in September in Atlantic City, NJ, two Wyalusing families may be forgiven if they don’t cheer for Miss Pennsylvania. More...

Lawton

Denise Campbell attended the 60th wedding anniversary party for Lloyd and Beverly Benscoter at the South Auburn Grange Hall last Sunday. Sherry Lofaro spent Sunday with her mother, Betty Harvey in Springville. More...

Rushville

Last Week’s Items Happy birthday to Pauline McGovern on Saturday June 15; Pastor Richard Spering and Jack Bechtel on Monday, June 17 and Marie Watkins on Tuesday, June 18. Happy 62nd anniversary to Edmund and Gerty Stockholm on June 16. More...

Cyber Senior Raises Funds for Pets

Many schools in the community and across the country require high school seniors to choose a non-profit organization to do a Senior Project. More...

Wyalusing Students Helping Raise Money for LIFE Fitness Center

vApproximately 17 percent (or 12.5 million) of children and adolescents aged 2- 19 are obese. More than onethird of U.S. adults (35.7 percent) are obese. More...

Wyoming County Historical Society Celebrates Founders' Day

The Wyoming County Historical Society (WCHS) will participate in the Annual Founders’ Day celebration at Tunkhannock on June 22, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. More...

Historical Facts about Tunkhannock

 First explored in the late 1600’s by fur traders and missionaries.  First known Native American tribe called the Susquehannock Tribe in 1675. More...

Camptown

Lines from the Camptown High School Alma Mater read, “Now we sing to thee as we pledge thee our hand and our heart.” Sixty-seven members of the alumni gathered Saturday night in remembrance of days gone by. More...

Deans to Celebrate 40th Wedding Anniversary

It is with love and pride that the children of John and Anne Dean of Neath announce the couple’s upcoming 40th wedding anniversary. More...

Laceyville

Shirley Baker called me Sunday night, because she wanted to let her friends from the Laceyville area know that she is currently residing in the Golden Living Center in Tunkhannock receiving therapy after she fell. More...

Nimble

This last Thursday, my daughter, Ginger Howell and I enjoyed lunch at the Meshoppen Diner. It was a pleasure to see Tenleigh Ayers in church Sunday, as she was visiting her parents, Kevin and Karin Ayers this past week. More...

Terrytown

Ah, summertime tomorrow. Trust your every day is good. More...

Dimock

Raymond Hunsinger is a patient at Allied Services, 650 N. South Road, Scranton, PA 18500. He will enjoy getting some mail from his friends. More...

LACEYVILLE LIBRARY

New to us are: “Don’t Go” by Lisa Scottoline; “The Apple Orchard” by Susan Wiggs; “Bannon Brothers: Triumph and Honor and Trust” by Janet Dailey; “Glad Tidings” and “Starting Now” by D More...

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