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Young Eagles Rally offers free airplane rides to children at Seaman’s Airport

The Endless Mountain Pilot’s EAA Chapter will host a Young Eagles Rally from 9 to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14, with a rain date of Sunday, Oct. 15, at Seaman’s Airport on Seamans Road and Windsock Lane in Factoryville. Free airplane rides will be offered to children ages 8-17. A parent or legal guardian must […]

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Clarks Summit Police Department serving as Toys for Tots drop-off location

The Clarks Summit Police Department is serving as a drop-off station for the U.S Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program. One box will be located outside the police department office and another will be upstairs in the borough manager’s office. New, unwrapped gifts may be dropped off at any time outside the police department […]

8 Comments - 4:46 pm

Harford Fair awards scholarships at annual banquet

The Harford Agricultural Society recently presented 10 $1,000 scholarships at its annual fair banquet at Dreyer Hall in Montrose. Because several of the recipients were away at college, parents or siblings accepted the scholarship awards on their behalf. From left, first row, are Chad and Chrissie Haley, for their son Evan; Robert and Diane Supancik, […]

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Leadership Lackawanna installs new board members

Leadership Lackawanna, a regional community leadership and development organization, recently installed new board members. Incoming board members will serve a three-year term. From left, first row, are Brian Loughney, The University of Scranton; Brad Kovaleski, Penn State Worthington Scranton; and Thomas DePietro, DePietro’s Pharmacy. Second row, Robbie Risley, Leadership Lackawanna board chair; and Nicole Morristell, […]

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Abington association to hold annual Fall Fun in the Abingtons Day Oct. 28

The Abington Business and Professional Association is planning its annual Fall Fun in the Abingtons Day for Saturday, Oct. 28. Day-long events include live pumpkin carvings, live music, a child and pet costume parade and party, complimentary goodies, crafts, hay rides and more. For a detailed schedule, visit TheABPA.com. Committee members are, from left, Jamie […]

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Steamtown National Historic Site becomes fee-free year round

SCRANTON — Effective Oct. 1, Steamtown National Historic Site will no longer charge a park entrance fee. Since 2005, the National Park Service (NPS) charged a $7 admission fee for visitors age 16 years and older to the park. After conducting a detailed analysis of costs associated with collecting and managing park entrance fee revenue, […]

8 Comments - 4:39 pm

Countryside Community Church to hold rummage sale Oct. 13, 14

Countryside Community Church members prepare for their rummage sale, scheduled for 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 13 and 14 at the church, 14011 Orchard Dr., Clarks Summit. From Left, Joyce LaRue, Carolyn Landsiedel, Marilyn Mirabelli, Sandra LaCoe and Bev Brown. Baked goods and lunch will be available during the event. A half-price sale will […]

8 Comments - 4:38 pm

Clarks Summit University Theatre Department to present ‘Emma’ Oct. 26-28

S. ABINGTON TWP. — Clarks Summit University’s (CSU) Theatre Department will bring “Emma,” the beloved Jane Austen novel, to the university’s main stage at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 26-28. General admission tickets are $8 and may be purchased online at ClarksSummitU.edu/events or in person at the on-campus box office from 3 to 5 p.m. weekdays. Children […]

8 Comments - 4:33 pm

Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center holds nursing graduation

SPRINGVILLE — Commencement exercises were held for the Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center’s practical nursing students on Sept. 8. This is the seventh graduating class since the practical nurse program’s inception in 2013. The graduates include Julia Ann Amorino, Courtney Cannon, Alison Dirmeitis Maisonave, Ashley Blair Ehrenberg, Carolea Marie Faulkner, Michael Flynn, Jr., Amber […]

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Clarks Summit girl donates funds from lemonade stand to hurricane victims

Madeline Davies, 11, of Clarks Summit, raised more than $360 through a lemonade stand Sept. 9 to help the victims of Hurricane Irma. Davies made fliers and hand delivered them through her neighborhood, donating the proceeds from the stand to the American Red Cross. Madeline, left, is shown here with her twin brother and sister, […]

8 Comments - 4:27 pm

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