December 5, 2013 RSS feed / Lifestyles

Laceyville

Today, Dec. 5, is soup day at the Laceyville Library, so stop by to try one or all of the soups available. Santa will visit at the Oldest House in Laceyville on Tuesday, Dec. 10 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. More...

Beaver Meadows

Rev. Bill Nelson and son, Ron of Retta visited Pete and Jane McGee on Thanksgiving and had dinner with them. Karen Bond spent a few days with her cousins, Boyd and Janet Smith at Kunkletown and enjoyed Thanksgiving with them. More...

Wyalusing

Dick and Sylvia Ballard enjoyed breakfast at Bob’s Restaurant with their granddaughter Kirstyn Ballard who was home from college for Thanksgiving. They also enjoyed Thanksgiving with all of their family. More...

Evergreen

Martine Kipp was a Thanksgiving supper guest of Lamar and Rose Kipp and daughters in Moxie. The harvest dinner at the New Era Church was well attended. It was nice to see familiar faces. More...

Camptown

Sunday, Dec. 1, music director Nancy Wilson, got everyone in the Christmas spirit with singing several Christmas carols. The choir also sang a nice number. More...

Forkston

I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving. Bill and Joy Severcool may have topped the list of guests. They had a total of 21 at their tables on Thursday. More...

Nimble

Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Philip and Penny Farr and family were: Ben and Phyllis Cole, Brian, Lucy and Collen Cole, Cindy Cole and Chris, Jamie and Hunter, Jordan and Cooper Cole. More...

Dimock

Last week we told you about all the Dimock students that were on Elk Lake School’s honor roll and completely forgot the high school junior class. Kelley Severcool, Haley Skinner and Jennifer VanEtten earned High Honors. More...

Terrytown

I’m sure there were many enjoyable moments to remember as we all celebrated Thanksgiving. Now a busy month and time to get ready to celebrate the birth of our Savior. More...

Jenningsville

Saturday was a cold day, but hearts were warm as several gathered at the church at 9 a.m. to clean and decorate for the coming holidays. It certainly helps one get into the Christmas spirit. More...

Spring Hill

The big Korfmannn outdoor Christmas tree is up and lit, throwing light across our hills. The Christmas holidays are upon us. We hope everyone will enjoy the festivities. Lots of family gatherings for Thanksgiving, such a blessing. More...

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