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THE ABINGTON
JOURNAL
An edition of THE TIMES LEADER
www.theabingtonjournal.com
Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
May 8 to May 14, 2013 50
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INSIDE
Lawler
AbingtOn JOurnAl/JASOn riEdMillEr
During Kids Club, students Joseph Flora, Quinn OMalley and Lilly Polizzi frame items they
see outside such as the father and son playing baseball on the eld below. Then they
draw what they see through that window.
KIDS Club: fun on
an elementary level
Nate Steenbeck creates a LEGO structure.
By ROBERT TOMKAVAGE
rtomkavage@theabingtonjournal.com
Once the bell rings to signal the end
of the school day, it can be diffcult for
some parents to fnd a safe place until
they return home from work for their
children to stay.
Members of the Clarks Summit El-
ementary PTA(Parent Teachers Associa-
tion) felt there was a need for supervised
activities at the school and worked
quickly to fll the void.
The after school program derived
from many parents asking for other pro-
grams and activities to be offered after
school, Clarks Summit Elementary PTA
President Lisette Kozar said. Many
parents were wanting to have a program
where their kids could go to a safe place
to play, socialize and have fun with their
peers. Superintendent of Schools Dr.
Michael Mahon, other Abington person-
nel, and Principal Kevin Rogan, Cathy
Wickenheiser, Amanda ODell and my-
self coordinated all of our efforts and put
the program together in a matter of just
a few months. With all the support of the
parents, we were able to pull it off.
ODell was thrilled to be a part of the
new program.
One of the other local schools,
Waverly Elementary, has an after-school
program called Club Waverly, she
said. My daughter, Madeline, is a kin-
dergartner here so I thought, being a new
parent, that it would be great to have a
program in our school as well, Amanda
ODell said.
The club currently offers Zumba and
checkers on Wednesdays and art and
LEGOs on Thursdays from 3 to 4:15
p.m. There are 90-100 students involved
within the four activities this year. The
cost is $25 per activity.
They all have been equally as
popular, Kozar said. They all flled
out within the frst three minutes that we
opened up our signups.
The organizers had to curtail the num-
ber of participants due to high demand.
We limited it to about 20 to 25 kids
per activity and once we reached that
number, we closed off registration for
the current year, Kozar said.
The club will likely have several new
activities added next year.
Were talking about doing yoga, an
etiquette class, possibly Spanish and
American sign language and bowling,
Kozar said.
Kozar has been pleased with the suc-
cess of the club in its inaugural year.
This is our frst run through so we
didnt really know what to expect, but
See KIDS, Page 6A
A.H.S.D.
expects frst
budget pass
May 15
By ROBERT TOMKAVAGE
rtomkavage@theabingtonjournal.
CLARKS SUMMIT- Abing-
ton Heights Business Manager
James Mirabelli presented the
school board with a draft for a
proposed $45,507,083 bud-
get for the 2013-14 school
year, resulting in a defcit of
$2,522,472.
According to Mirabelli,
health care costs are expected
to rise by 10.5 percent, an
estimated $1,528 more per
employee than the previous
year. The PSERS Retirement
Contributions will also cost an
additional $984,000 next year
and there will be a $100,000
spike in expenses paid to the
Howard Gardner Charter
School in Scranton.
Abington Heights Superin-
tendent of Schools Dr. Michael
Mahon spoke about the possi-
bility of making additional staff
cuts by not replacing vacant
positions.
Were losing great people,
he said. This year, we have
three elementary school retir-
ees, one English retiree, one
middle school retiree and one
guidance retiree.
Candidates and voters
throughout Lackawanna County
and in the greater Abington area
aim to be informed for the May
21 primary election. The last day
to apply for a civilian absentee
ballot is May 14. For details on
polling locations, all offces on
the ballot and more, visit http://
www.lackawannacounty.org/
index.php/departmentsagencies/
elections/voter-registration.
For a brief assembly of offces
open and candidates in the run-
ning, see below.
rEgiStEr OF WillS
(one 4-year term)
* Michael F. durkin
* Kim Harding Kelly
Clarks Summit resident Hard-
ing Kelly was born and raised in
Scranton, the daughter of david and
Margaret Harding. She graduated
from Scranton Preparatory School
and the College of the Holy Cross in
Worcester, Mass. She is married to
Harold Patrick Kelly, formerly of Arch-
bald, and they have a daughter Erin.
She said her professional experi-
ence falls in information systems and
business process analysis. She has
worked for international companies
such as Cargill, and Akzo-nobel
She also held director positions at
tMgHealth and Kane.
She believes that government
must provide a service, be account-
able for the effective delivery of that
service, and provide it efciently.
diStriCt AttOrnEY
(one 4-year term)
Andy J. Jarbola iii
SHEriFF
(one 4-year term)
nicholas d. desando
rob Mazzoni
Mark P. McAndrew
Joseph Albert
dominic Manetti
rECOrdEr OF dEEdS
(one 4-year term)
Evie rafalko Mcnulty
Alicia A. dileo
AbingtOn HEigHtS SCHOOl dirEC-
tOr
(district reg 1) (one 4-year term)
Michele M. tierney
(district reg 2) (one 4-year term)
Michele M. Pusateri
(district reg 3) (one 4-year term)
Jeanne Cadman
(district At large) (one 4-year
Of PriMArY
concern
Safety, commerce
top issues in C.S
mayoral race
See Primary, Page 7A
See Budget, Page 6A
See Mayor, Page 7A
See Mom, Page 6A See Motherhood, Page 6A
Mom an advocate
for her child, others
By ALIAh ROSEMAN
Abington Journal Correspondent
The founder of a nonproft
organization, a teacher, wife,
sister and most importantly
mother, Kathleen Walsh cre-
ated Parents Loving Children
Through Autism, after her
youngest son, John, was diag-
nosed with autism at age 4.
After the death of his father
Jake, John started engaging in
odd behaviors.
He would not respond when
you called his name, his speech
was slipping, he stopped mak-
ing eye contact, Walsh said.
Initially doctors said John
was depressed after losing
his father. Before Johns third
birthday, Kathleen took him
Waverly teacher of confdence, poise, grace bids adieu
By ELIZABETh BAUMEISTER
lbaumeister@theabingtonjournal.com
W
hen Cassandra Devine was eight
years old and in third grade, after
beginning dance lessons, she came home
and told her mother she had decided she
was going to be a dancer.
Now 68, the Clarks Green resident plans
to retire this month after a 50-year career
teaching that very art.
Saying good-bye is never easy, she
wrote in a farewell message to past and
present students. I have been teaching
dance since I was 18, this season marks
50 years of doing what I have always
loved, and this has made my professional
life very rewarding. I have been blessed
by teaching, knowing and loving so
many devoted students.
Over the years, Devine taught thou-
sands of young students, including her
own two girls: Jaclene Devine, who will
take over the school as owner and
Cassandra
Devine
AbingtOn JOurnAl/ElizAbEtH bAuMEiStEr
From left: Paige, 7, Ayla, 6, and Violet, 2, blow on
dandelion seeds with their mother, Carlie Holgate, at
South Abington Community Park.
Treasuring
motherhood
By ELIZABETh BAUMEISTER
lbaumeister@theabingtonjournal.com
By GERARD NOLAN
Abington Journal Correspondent
CLARKS
SUMMIT-
Two borough
council mem-
bers are vying
to be the
new mayor
of Clarks
Summit after
Mayor Harry
Kelly declined
to run for
another term.
Herman
Johnson and
Patty Lawler,
both demo-
crats, have
thrown their
hats into the
ring to lead
one of the
largest munici-
palities in the
Abington area.
Both candi-
dates expressed
a desire to
connect with
Clarks Sum-
mits youth and
elderly popula-
tion and make
the mayoral role a more public
role.
I want people to know who
their mayor is, Lawler said.
Johnson echoed that senti-
ment, adding that the mayors
role is to act as a liaison
between council and the police
department.
Johnson, a Vietnam veteran,
has focused his campaign on
ensuring that residents feel safe
in the borough. He touted his
30 years in law enforcement
and emergency management,
including chief of security
operations at Tobyhanna Army
Depot, as important assets he
would bring to bear if he were
elected.
Johnson said he would focus
on getting out to the public
and letting them know that our
police department is there to
help, he said
To that end, he said he would
institute programs such as bike
safety for the youth, keeping
seniors educated on new scams
and seat belt checks to ensure
driver safety.
INSIDE: Meet
the Clarks Sum-
mit Borough
Council candi-
dates, page 7A.
Clarks Green
Borough Council
candidates share
their views, page
7A.
See Devine, Page 3A
Leaders of dance.
The three young
women in this
photo, circa 1964,
attended Queens
University together.
Each has taught
at her own dance
schools for 50 years
or more. From left:
Carmel Ardito, Helen
Gaus and Cassandra
Devine.
Kathleen Walsh with her son,
John earlier this year.
Carlie Holgate treasures childhood memo-
ries of spending time with her mother and
three sisters cooking, gardening and taking fun
outings. She said her mother, Sue Wittmann,
Johnson
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The Double R Twirlettes will present Celebrate Summer May 9 at 7 p.m. at Mid Valley Secondary Cen-
ter. The show will feature the Twirlettes as they perform to their favorite summer songs. To purchase
tickets, call 489.1935 or visit www.doublertwirl.com. Tickets will also be available at the door. The recital
will benet the Salvation Army. The Twirlettes are under the direction of Kathleen Y. Mercatili. Shown
are students who attend from the Abington Heights area: kneeling, Madison Anderson. Second row,
from left: Stephanie Hicks, Kiera Lucash, Kiersten Lee. Standing: Cameryn Berry, Clarice Ndangam,
Annkelly Ndangam.
Double R Twirlettes to
present Celebrate Summer
UNC names 90th anniversary committee
United Neighborhood Centers of Northeastern Penn-
sylvania is celebrating its 90th anniversary in 2013.
A group of past and present UNC staff and board
members, as well as local community leaders, have
come together to help plan special events and pro-
gramming throughout the year to commemorate the
anniversary.
The committee is chaired by Atty. Drew Hailstone
who has served on the UNC Board of Directors for 43
years.
Committee members, seated, from left: Dawn Bren-
nan, Former Scranton Mayor Dave Wenzel, Sondra My-
ers and Nancy Dressel. Standing: Lisa Durkin, Alison
Woody, Ruth Gerrity, Michael Gilmartin, Hailstone,
Morey Myers, Kevin Rogers, Sr. Margaret Gannon and
Michael Hanley. Absent from photo: Jane Oppenheim,
Elizabeth Burns, Thaddeus Kenny, Dr. Dan Ginsberg,
Gail Waters, Ken Knelly, Jay Weinschenk and Jude
McDonough.
Penn State Extension
offers food safety
training for volunteers
If you are involved in
preparing or serving food
for a non-proft or volunteer
organization, consider attend-
ing Cooking for Crowds: A
Volunteers Guide to Food
Safety.
The workshop is being held
at the Waverly United Method-
ist Church, 105 Church Street,
Waverly, May 20, from 6 to 9
p.m. Martin Bucknavage, Penn
State Extension food science
specialist, is the course instruc-
tor.
The workshop is designed
for volunteers who are re-
sponsible for preparing food
for large numbers of people
on occasion such as, church
suppers, fre hall dinners, band
boosters or other types of food
fundraisers. The following top-
ics will be discussed: how food
becomes unsafe, purchasing
and storage of food, keeping
food safe during preparation,
hot and cold holding, personal
hygiene and cleaning and sani-
tizing. Even if your organiza-
tion has never had a problem,
sign up to learn more about
safe food handling practices to
protect the people you serve.
The cost of the program is
$5. Each organization is also
suggested to purchase at least
one Cooking for Crowds
food safety manual for $10
each. Registration is required
and the deadline to register is
May 10. For questions or to
register contact the Penn State
Extension offce in Lackawa-
nna County at 570.963.6842.
Penn State encourages
persons with disabilities to
participate in its programs and
activities.
Those who anticipate need-
ing any type of accommoda-
tion or have questions about
the physical access provided
can contact Karen Thomas at
570.963.6842 in advance of
your participation or visit.
Newton Rec Center
plans summer hours
The Newton Recreation
Center, 1814 Newton Ransom
Blvd., has announced its Sum-
mer hours
Beginning May 31 through
August 31, the center will be
open Monday through Friday
from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.
The center will be closed on
Saturday and Sunday except
for gym and party rentals.
REMINDERS
Abington Heights High
School Music Concerts, Choir
Concert, May 14 at 7:30 p.m.
and Musical, March 14 and 16.
The American Cancer So-
ciety seeks volunteer drivers.
Drivers are needed to take
patients to and from treatment
appointments in Lackawanna
County.
Drivers need a valid Penn-
sylvania drivers license,
automobile insurance, a clear
background and driver check.
Orientation is provided.
Volunteer assignments are
fexible; transportation is need-
ed during the daytime hours
during the week, Monday
through Friday. You can drive
your vehicle or the American
Cancer Society van where
available. Info: 562.9749.
Serving Seniors, Inc. volun-
teers needed, Serving Seniors
is seeking dedicated and caring
people of all ages to provide
friendly visits and companion-
ship to residents in Long Term
Care and Personal Care Homes
within Lackawanna County.
Visitation volunteers help
improve the quality of life of
an older adult. Training pro-
vided. Info: 344.3931.
DAILY EVENTS
May 10: Lackawanna Coun-
tys Seniors Got Talent, at the
West Side Senior Center, 1004
Jackson St., Scranton. Open to
any Lackawanna County resi-
dents ages 55+ with a talent.
Emcee Evie Rafalko McNulty.
Includes celebrity judges. Info:
961.1592, ext. 102.
May 11: The Lackawanna
Astronomical Societys As-
tronomy Day, on the grounds
of Keystone Colleges Thomas
G. Cupillari Observatory in
Fleetville, at 7 p.m.
Weather permitting, the
public can observe the planets
Jupiter, Saturn, star cluster and
galaxies.
Society members will help
beginners, answering questions
on telescopes and observing. A
slide program will be pre-
sented. Attendees should dress
appropriately to keep warm in
the evening. Refreshments will
be available. Cost: free.
National Alliance on Men-
tal Illness 16th Annual Walk
for Mental Health Awareness,
at the Schimelfenig (pool)
pavilion in Nay Aug Park in
Scranton at 10:30 a.m.
Aspecial feature of this
years walk will be a book
signing by local athlete Charlie
Wysocki and co-author of C.
Terry Walters of their book
Saddle Up Charlie: Charlie
Wysockis Journey from Grid-
iron Glory into Mental Illness.
Cost: free. Info: 342.1047.
Baby Shower for Claras
House, at the Chinchilla United
Methodist Church Fellowship
Hall, 411 Layton Road, at 12
noon. Claras House, a mater-
nity shepherding home located
in Peckville, will beneft from a
Baby Shower open to anyone
who is interested in taking part.
Alight lunch will be provid-
ed, as well as music by Dani-
elle, and a brief overview of
Claras House.
Suggested gifts include
layettes, diapers, wipes, onesies
(newborn - 9 months), portable
crib sheets, receiving blankets,
hooded towels, wash cloths,
bootie socks, socks, shoes, bath
supplies, money etc.; no need
for gift wrapping. Info: www.
Chinchillaumc.org. Reserva-
tions: 586.8012.
United States Postal Ser-
vices Stamp Out Hunger,
at your mailbox. Residents
throughout the state are asked
to help feed the needy by leav-
ing donations of non-perishable
food by their mailboxes for the
letter carriers to pick up.
May 12: Keep Out BBQ, at
State Street Grill from 4 - 6
p.m. Afundraiser for iMattie
Films upcoming movie Keep
Out. Includes: hamburgers,
hot dogs, salads, beer (21 and
older only), soda and water,
raffe baskets and more. Cost:
$20. RSVP by May 8 or pay at
the door. Tickets/info: Mattie at
309.7042 or Al at 983.6015.
May 15: Brewed In Scran-
ton Program and Beer Tast-
ing, at the Catlin House, 232
Monroe Avenue, Scranton, at 7
p.m., This event, hosted by the
Lackawanna Historical Society,
will include a brief program on
the history of brewing in Scran-
ton followed by a beer tasting.
An exhibit of artifacts and
photos from local breweries
will also be on display. Author
Nick Petula will present a
brief lecture on the history of
beer and brewing in Scranton,
followed by a beer tasting, led
by Sean Wolfe and Lee Burke,
focusing on pre- and post-Pro-
hibition beers.
The beers will be presented
with food pairings. Cost: $25;
tickets for the presentation only
are $5. Info / Reservations (re-
quired by May 10): 344.3841
or lackawannahistory@gmail.
com.
The Wyoming County Cham-
ber of Commerce Luncheon, at
Stone Hedge Golf Course from
11:45 a.m. - 1 p.m. Williams
Technical Services Manager,
Jack Walsh, will be the keynote
speaker and will discuss the
growth of regional natural gas
infrastructure, the essential
link between the Marcellus and
markets in the United States
Northeast.
Seating will be limited to one
representative per business. Re-
quest for additional representa-
tives as well as non-members
will be wait-listed until all
members have been accommo-
dated. Reservations: 875.8325
or Deborah@wyccc.com.
May 17: Garden Cocktail
Party, at Our Lady of the
Snows Church from 5:30 - 7:30
p.m. Afundraiser sponsored
by the Roccos Garden Project
Committee to restore the gar-
dens surrounding the church.
For ages 21 and over. Cost:
$12.50 in advance or $15 at the
door. Tickets: 466.2951.
May 18: St. George Ukrai-
nian Street Festival bus trip,
sponsored by St. Vladimir
Ukrainian Greek Catholic
Church of Scranton, the bus
will depart from the church
parking lot, 428 North Seventh
Avenue at 8 a.m. and from
NewYork City at 9 p.m.
Side trips to Brooklyn will
include Little Odessa/Brighton
Beach and Little Poland/Green-
point. Cost: $35.
Full advance nonrefundable
payment reserves a seat. Reser-
vations: 563.2275.
Waverly residents frm receives Lifetime Achievement Award
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson has been hon-
ored with the Good Design is Good Business
Lifetime Achievement Architecture Award,
presented by Architectural Record in association
with the American Architectural Foundation.
The frm is the second recipient of this award in
the programs 15-year history, originally started
by BusinessWeek and Architectural Record to
recognize exceptional contributions to bettering
how businesses and institutions perform through
architecture.
Founding principal and Waverly resident Peter
Bohlin said, We spend most of our daily lives
in buildings, and we believe in making architec-
ture that helps people feel connected to a place,
to their work and to each other.
In addition, in 2010, Bohlin received the
American Institute of Architects Gold Medal,
the highest honor for lifetime achievement.
He and his wife, Sally Bohlin, as well as
Senior Associate Gabriel Hodge, are residents of
Waverly.
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S. Abington completes
wave of agressive
driving campaign
By AliAh RosemAn
Abington Journal Correspondent
Between March 18 and April 28 the South Abington
Police Department completed Wave 1 of an aggressive
driving campaign, according to Offcer Henry Zimmer.
Agrant from National Highway Safety Traffc Admin-
istration entails the department to put different details
together to prevent aggressive driving, ranging from
speeding violations, reckless driving and careless driving
in highly traveled areas.
National Highway Safety Traffc Administration was
established by the Highway Safety Act of 1970 and is
dedicated to achieving the highest standards of excel-
lence in motor vehicle and highway safety, according
to its website nhtsa.org.The $1,600 grant allowed four
offcers to enforce a traffc enforcement zones operation.
Aproblem with our department especially, a police
offcer is supposed to go out and enforce traffc, but
there are times when you cant because of the volume of
calls coming in. So, on these specifc details, when you
have that extra money to bring in a few guys, they are
out there and their specifc assignment is to enforce traf-
fc laws, said Offcer Henry Zimmer.
During wave 1, 143 drivers were pulled over. Of those
contacts, one seat belt violation was issued; 88 speeding
citations, nothing under 20 mph over the speed limit in
a 35 zone was issued; four obedience to traffc control
device, no points assessed to license, which is anything
from speed limit signs ignored; two suspended opera-
tors, 27 verbal warnings, 28 issued warnings, one drug
arrest and one arrest for a felony warrant.
Abuckle up program will be administered between
May 20 and June 9 and emphasize more on seat belt
violations. Our main focus with the operations we set
up is to ensure the public that we will ensure their safety
to the best of our abilities, Zimmer said.
A.H. senior wins international
medal for Russian Essay
Abington Heights High
School senior student
Cassidy Henry won an in-
ternational silver medal in
a Russian Essay Contest.
Cassidys national gold
medal award-winning
essay advanced to the
international point of com-
petition, where Professor
Kataeva of the Pushkin In-
stitute in Moscow directed
the judging of the 31st
National Russian Essay
Contest at the international
level. Cassidy won a silver
medal on this level. She
received a certifcate in
Russian and a pin for her
efforts.
Cassidy has earned
three national gold med-
als for her essays and
one international silver
medal. She has, also,
won four gold medals in
the Russian Olympiada
competitions. In addition,
Cassidy earned a scholar-
ship this past summer to
study at Kazan University
in Kazan, Russia for six
weeks. Last year, she won
top prize in a Russian Art
competition. She is the
most decorated Russian
language student at Abing-
ton Heights High School.
Cassidy Henry
Downtown
Go Round
By JoAn meAd-mAtsui
Abington Journal Correspondent
Member of the Clarks Summit
Arts Committee, a newly formed
non-proft arts organization under
the auspices of the Abington Pro-
fessional and Business Associa-
tion, invite anyone with a passion
for art and music to see whats
new at the downtown Clarks
Summit Second Friday Art Walk
May 10.
Downtown Go Around will
be held in conjunction with the
art walk, and Mari Walker and
her fellow committee members
explained the groups mission is
to bring all forms of art into the
art walk, offering eventgoers an
evening of family fun through art,
music and local seasonal vendors.
She said, In an effort to
increase the foot traffc for the
art walk, we formed a committee
to focus on other forms of art, as
well as paintings, photos, etc. We
are bringing live arts to our com-
munity each second Friday now.
Jaya Yoga owner, Hilary Stein-
berg, said, Were all passion-
ate about showcasing the talent
thats herepeople to sing and
perform. Its a fun train, and its
just starting to barrel down the
tracks. Everyone is jumping on
board and its not just about busi-
ness owners; its about people
who are involved in the commu-
nity and who are bringing their
ideas and their passions
Monthly themes are planned
and Mays theme is Comple-
ments and Contrasts with live
musical performances at the
Clarks Summit Borough Building
(former frehouse on State Street)
hosted by Maryellen Evers, fea-
turing Jillian Gratz, Cocoa Lewis
with Patrick, Gabby and Sophia,
Some of the Boys from Babylon
and the Q-Tones. The fun gets
underway at 5 p.m.
To date, plans for the summer
include Rock Around the Town/
Open Mic and Improv Night in
June; Bluegrass bands in July and
Folk Circle in August.
Barry Kaplan, Everything
Natural owner and committee
member, said at a recent meeting,
By expanding upon the art walk
and making it more encompass-
ing, it will be more exciting. We
want to reach out to people in
neighboring towns and make it
even more fun to come to Clarks
Summit on Second Friday.
Additional information will be
announced. Committee member
Andrew Walker has set up a
Facebook page, facebook.com/
pages/Downtown-Go-Around
Supporting venues
Duffys Coffee House: Featur-
ing Mothers and Daughters
with artists Megan and Hannah
Hughes, Mariann Busti and
Diana Lombardi, Pam John-
son and Vanessa Vaverchak
of Kaeidescapes, and Deb
Hamby and Jennifer Brandon.
Musician from 7-9 p.m. will be
Tom Rogo.
Sole to Soul: Cats and Dogs
by Heidi Marie and Concrete
Thinking.
Sanderson State Street Salon:
Hot and Cold jewels and hair
tones
Jaya Yoga, Everything Natural,
Kidazzle, Body and Soul, Mary
Koczywara, Abington Art Studio,
Weezies Corner, A1 Gold,
Lawlers Affordable Elegance,
Paulettes Pretty Purses, Cloe &
Company, Mama Mias and B&B
Art Gallery
Abington JournAl/JoAn MeAd-MAtsui
Shown is The Clarks Summit Arts Committee planning activities in con-
junction with Clarks Summit Second Friday Art Walk, May 10. Front row,
from left are Leela Baikadi; Hilary Steinberg, Leah Ducato Rudolph and
Barry Kaplan. Standing: Tom Rogo, guitarist and singer; Diana Lombardi,
Megan Calpin Hughes, Mari Walker and Andrew Walker. Absent are Shir-
ley Wagner Eagen, Diane Davidson, Jeanne Corey and Dorothy OConnor.
director upon Cassandra Devines retirement and
Kira Coviello, who is a professional performer.
My mom has touched so many young peoples
lives, said Jaclene Devine. She has taught all of
us who danced with her not just about dance but
about confdence, poise, grace and a dedication
to hard work: Life lessons that we will all carry
throughout our lives.
Cassandra Devine said after deciding to be a
dancer, as she grew older, she continued work-
ing toward that goal. She spent a summer at the
American Ballet Theater School in NewYork
City, then continued studying under her mentor,
area dance teacher Constance Reynolds. Next, she
studied from Queens University, Ontario, Canada,
in preparation for the exams at the Royal Academy
of Ballet, London, England, where she later passed
the exams and became a member.
At age 18, she opened her frst two dance
schoolsone in Dalton and one in Moscow. In
1965, she was married and moved to Parsippany,
N.J., where she taught dance for nine years. She
then moved to Florida, where she taught at Pine
Crest School in Fort Lauderdale.
She returned to the area in 1976 and has now
taught dance in Waverly for 37 years.
This career has been very rewarding to me in
many ways, she said. Im one of the lucky people
who found something they love and earned a living
doing it.
She said one of the best aspects of teaching
dance is watching the children progress from little
three-year-olds to lovely men and women, many of
whom have careers in dance.
But even those who dont have a career in
dance, she added, feel they have gained grace,
poise and confdence.
She said her studio, Devine School of Dance,
located in the Waverly Community House, cur-
rently has about 125 families enrolled. About 200
of those students will perform in her fnal recitals
May 18 at 7:30 p.m. and May 19 at 2 p.m. in the
Abington Heights High School Auditorium. The
performances, titled Silver Screen Spectacular,
are open to the public and tickets will be available
at the doors.
The teacher said she hopes to welcome back
many previous students to the recitals.
Six of her eight grandchildren and three great-
nieces will offer a tribute performance in her honor
during the recitals. Grandsons Zach Smith, 14,
Carson Smith, 11 and Avery Smith, 9, will play So
Long, Farewell from The Sound of Music, on
the cello, viola and violin. Dancing to the music
will be granddaughters Molly Devine, 9, Clare
Devine, 8, and Grace Devine, 5, along with great
nieces Skylar Conway, 13, Chloe Conway, 9 and
Olivia Conway, 4.
She said she is proud of all her students, includ-
ing her family.
I am especially proud to leave you with my
talented daughter, Jackie, she wrote in the farewell
message, who has worked by my side for the last
30 years, frst as my demonstrator, then as an in-
structor, and fnally as my partner in this enterprise.
It is not every parent who has the satisfaction of
seeing her lifes work continue with ones off-
spring; in thisas in my whole charmed careerI
am one of the lucky ones!
This recital, she continued, as my fnal
production, is, of course, bittersweet. To all my
students, past and present, I will hold the joys that
you have given me in my heart forever.
Continued from Page 1A
TEACHER
Cassandra
Devine, left, will
retire after May
19. Her school,
will move into
the hands of her
daughter, Jaclene
Devine, right.
Devine
School of
Dance 2013
seniors, from
left, front:
Gina Pal-
miter, Molly
Mattes, Lau-
ralee Sears,
Liza Rosen-
stein, Kelsey
Brown. Back:
Elizabeth
Greco, Emily
Davis, Ellen
Brown.
C.S. council
tables assault
rifes for
police vehicles
By AliAh RosemAn
Abington Journal Correspondent
CLARKS SUMMIT-At the
May 1 Clarks Summit borough
council meeting, the council
tabled buying three assault rifes
to be installed in the vehicles.
Im trained to qualify every-
one, Chief Joseph Laguzzi.
Councilman Herman Johnson
asked, The only question I
have, is do we have money for
it, seeing as it wasnt budgeted?
I have no problem, I support
that 100 percent. But do we
have enough money in our
fnances for it?
That is a big issue, because
we didnt budget, Council
President Gerrie Carey said.
The money was not bud-
geted. But weve also had some
income this year that was not
budgeted. So the question is,
how do you want to allocate
this? Borough Manager Vir-
ginia Kehoe said.
The assault rifes would cost
about $4,000.
Well, back to the question.
Like I said before I have no
problem with this but I think
this should be tabled and pro-
posed to the fnance committee
to see if we can afford this,
Johnson said.
Johnson questioned the
legalities of using funds raised
through recycling efforts for
this purpose. I would feel more
comfortable if we researched
this.
Laguzzi said in light of the
national events in the past few
months, he wants the police
force to have every opportunity
to prepare.
I agree, this past year it just
seems like no one was expect-
ing the Boston incident, the
Sandy Hook, its just getting
close to home. That is the rea-
son we are doing all this extra
training and trying to be pre-
pared. Im not saying something
is going to happen here and I
hope it never does, I just want
my guys to be ready, Laguzzi
said. If we can do it great, Id
appreciate it but I understand
the fnancial aspects.
I will put this in front of
the fnance committee, Kehoe
said.
The motion was tabled and
will be revisited during the May
5 meeting.
In other business, Council-
man David Jenkins made the
motion to appoint Joe Krott
as the new EMA. Councilman
Dominic Scott seconded the
motion.
Council approved the installa-
tion of a 40 -gallon water tank
in borough chambers. The tank,
which offers hot water, will
cost under $1,000. Building and
plants line item of the budget
will fund it.
During Earth Day, $1,500
was raised in sponsorship.
Alicia Vogels frst grade class
at Clarks Summit Elementary
School is the recycling champ
of 2013. Among the items col-
lected: more than 100 medicine
bottles, 52 bulbs, 12 pounds of
ink cartridges and 20 pounds of
batteries.
Council approved:
* resolution 2013-08 records
destruction,
* resolution 2013-09 Route 6
Byway,
* resolution 2013-10 meter
suspension for Abington Busi-
ness and Professional Asso-
ciation Customer Appreciation
Day.
Steuart Bailey came before
the council on behalf of the
VFW Post. He sought clarifca-
tion on sewage billing and how
much the group should pay as a
nonproft organization.
Kehoe explained the calcula-
tions of the bar and dining area
at the VFW on behalf of Patrick
Lavelle, an engineer, with
whom she meet earlier. Lavelle
measured square footage of
the dining area to determine its
capacity and gallons per day of
water required.
Roy Davis was absent from
the meeting.
Second Friday featured artist Leon Viera enjoys painting
every day images.
Pleasant to view
Clarks Summit artist,
Leon Vieria is 60 years
young and enjoys paint-
ing pictures that are
pleasant to view.
Every day images that
are easy to enjoy, Vieria
added. He paints using
oils as his medium and is
the featured artist at the
Clarks Summit Second
Friday Art Walk on May
10 at Weezies Corner,
116 Depot Street.
He started drawing
when he was seven-years-
old, and as an adult he has
pursued his art through
private and group lessons
with local artists.
Vieria said of his
collection of art he will
exhibit at the art walk, I
have no favorite, I like
them all. Sometimes Im
happier with the look of
one more than another but
I do like them all.
He has mostly ex-
hibited his art at Clarks
Summit Second Friday
Art Walk venues and has
done some commissioned
work.
In addition to fnding
Vierias art at Weezies
Corner, other participat-
ing venues include A1
Gold, Lawlers Afford-
able Elegance, Paulettes
Pretty Purses, Cloe &
Company, Everything
Natural, Mama Mias and
B&BArt Gallery.
This months after party
will be held at Weezies
Corner beginning at 8pm.
Art walk hours are 5 to
9 p.m.
For more information,
contact Charles Charles-
worth, Arts Council of the
Abingtons, at ffnepa@
epix.net.
By JoAn meAd-mAtsui
Abington Journal Correspondent
From left, seated: Sophie Boland, Emily Kuhle,
Caroline Speicher; standing: Gemma Bistran, Stella
Pennay. All will perform in the Devine School of Dance
Silver Screen Spectacular recital May 19 at the
Abington Heights High School at 2 p.m.
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Shown, from left, are cast members of Annie Jr., row 1: Sawyer Rippon, Emily Goryeb, Dagny Rip-
pon, Nick Genco, Bryce Genello. Row 2: Anna Cuff, Sarah Murray, Emmy Bormes, Trish Caucci, Elisa
Yanni, Meghan Marion, Mary Comerford. Row 3: Adriana DeNaples, Ellie Wright, Lizzie Gumula, Grace
Evans, Claire Sunday, Alexandra Zolin, Angie Kanavy, Abby Molnar. Row 4: Annie Wesolowski, Julia
Horchos, Mary Graff, Shea Quinn, Antonia Milas, Gianna Emilani, Julia Burke, Maria Terrinoni. Row
5: Acacia Krenitsky, Grace Farrell, Maggie Chesnick, Kyle Brier, Maureen Nole, Taylor Florey, Rose
Hricko. Row 6: Gillian Grega, Julianne Hunt, Hannah Hughes, Brigid Lynett. Row 7: Jesse Farley, Nick
Giallorenzi, Drew Noto, Donny Rinaldi, Luke Wesolowski, Sina Montana, Caitlin Andrews, Dominique
Preate.
Cast puts in hard knocks
By Joan Mead-Matsui
Abington Journal Correspondent
Approximately 60 Our
Lady of Peace School stu-
dents will take the stage as
cast members in the schools
production of Annie Jr.
May 10 and 11, at Clarks
Summit Elementary School,
Grove Street.
Michael OMalley, Our
Lady of Peace School music
teacher described the sto-
ryline: Annie is an orphan
in NewYork City and she
is waiting for her parents to
come back to get her at the
orphanage.
She runs away from the
orphanage because of how
mean Miss Hannigan is to all
of the orphans.
Miss Hannigan will be
played by eighth grade
student, Mary Graff, who
said, The casting is really
well done and everyone fts
their roles theyre portraying
as singers, actors and danc-
ers. Its really great to see
everybody in the cast work
together to make something
as special as this production.
Elisa Yanni, sixth grade,
will portray an orphan who
acts mean.
Im mad my parents left
me, said Yanni.
OMalley who began
working at the second in
September 2012, said, Im
looking forward to everyone
doing a great job. They (the
actors) are really good in
their roles and what they do.
The actors at the Clarks
Green school have been re-
hearsing since January when
auditions were held for 6th,
7th and 8th grade students.
Shea Quinn, 7th grade, said
the cast has been working to
portray their roles.
No one really has a bad
attitude about whether they
have a big or small part and
they all contributeTheyve
been working really, really
hard and I cant wait to see
it. Acting and working with
everyone as a big team is
fun
Carole Orr, a faculty
member is assisting with the
play with help fromAngela
DeLayo and Peggy Yanul.
Tickets are $8 for adults
and $5 for students and
OMalley said proceeds will
be used to start a fund to con-
tinue the music and theater
programs at the school.
Showtime is 7 p.m. For
more information, call
570.587.4152.
AEIO receives $62,000
Shown, from left:
AEIO Develop-
ment Chairperson
Margaret McNulty;
Abington Heights
Superintendent of
Schools Michael
Mahon; Peoples
Neighborhood Bank
President Alan Da-
key; The Communi-
ty Foundation of the
Endless Mountains
President Peter
Quigg.
Abington Heights Education-
al Improvement Organization
(AEIO) received a $62,000
donation from The Commu-
nity Foundation of the Endless
Mountains through funding
provided by Peoples Neighbor-
hood Bank. Funds will be used
to supplement and enhance the
educational environment and
programs within the Abington
Heights School District. Popu-
lar Abington Heights School
District programs supported
by the AEIO grants are: FIRST
Robotics, Greenhouse, Music
Technology Lab, Weather Bug,
Drama Society, Arts Alliance,
Odyssey of the Mind, TV Stud-
ies Project, Summer Arts Alive,
Earth Camp, Lithium Project
and Science Olympiad, Aqua-
ponics/Aquaculture, The Gath-
ering and the Kuiper Award for
Teaching Excellence.
To learn more , visit www.
aeioandyou.org.
Keystone students
pitch in at the park
Several Keystone College
students volunteered their time
at Christy Mathewson Park in
Factoryville April 20.
Below, from left: Deryyk Alexan-
der, Katie Marro, Liz Ratchford
from the Factoryville Shade Tree
Commission and grant writer for
Keystone College, and Madeline
Ferrara, AmeriCorps scholar in
service to PA at Christy Mathew-
son Park.
At left, Lisa Ostrander, Keystone
College student, at Christy
Mathewson Park.
Keystone
classmate
to address
graduates
Commencement activities at
Keystone College May 18 will
take a twist as one of the mem-
bers of the Class of 2013 will
also be the keynote speaker.
William H. Bender, se-
nior vice president of Wealth
Management at Merrill Lynch
in Scranton, will address
graduates and their families at
Keystones 142nd annual com-
mencement at 2 p.m. on Bailey
Field. Bender will also receive
a bachelor of science degree in
business.
Bender has been active at
Keystone for several years.
He served as a member of the
Keystone College Board of
Trustees from 2000-2008 and
was chair of the board from
2008-2010. He attended The
University of Scranton and The
University of Pittsburgh and
recently returned to Keystone
to complete requirements
needed for his degree. He holds
a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL
PLANNER (CFP) cer-
tifcation, a Certifed Invest-
ment Management Analyst
(CIMA) designation from the
Wharton School of the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania and is
an Accredited Retirement Plan
Consultant (ARPC).
May 18 will truly be a spe-
cial day for me as both Key-
stone commencement speaker
and as a Keystone graduate,
Bender said. Im looking
forward to speaking from the
heart to my fellow classmates
and receiving my own degree
as well.
Alifelong Scranton resi-
dent, Bender is founder of the
Bender Wealth Management
Group at Merrill Lynch on
Lackawanna Avenue in Scran-
ton. Other members of the frm
include William Bender II,
Melissa Bender Simrell, Dustin
J. Bender, Maria Sordoni,
Kathleen Buck and April L.
Novack.
In addition to Keystone
College, Bender has served as
chairman of the board of the
Lackawanna Chapter of the
American Red Cross. He is a
former board member of St.
Josephs Center, WVIAand the
Scranton Cultural Center. He
has also served as president of
Scranton Tomorrow.
This years commencement
marks the fnal one for Key-
stone President Dr. Edward G.
Boehm Jr. Dr. Boehm is step-
ping down as president after 18
years, the longest presidential
tenure in the history of the col-
lege. He will become President
Emeritus and will be succeeded
June 1 by David L. Coppola,
Ph.D. as 10th president.
We look forward to wel-
coming Bill Bender back to
campus not only as a former
board chair but also as member
of the Class of 2013, Presi-
dent Boehm said. It will be an
exciting day and an especially
memorable one for me as I
preside over my fnal Key-
stone commencement after 18
wonderful years as Keystones
president.
Abington JournAl/elizAbeth bAuMeister
Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus Clown Dean Kelley dances along with audience mem-
bers at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes-Barre during the circus pre-show April 25.
Clowning around at the arena
On May 3, FOX News
Channel announced the win-
ners of this years College
Challenge on FOX & Friends.
Hofstra University students
Shannan Ferry, Julia Skrobak
and Megan Corcoran, a Clarks
Summit native, took home the
winning prize for their fair and
balanced reporting on the use
of horse carriages in NewYork
City and the movement to stop
this service.
The winning students were
rewarded a $10,000 check to
be divided evenly, along with a
paid trip to NewYork City and
the opportunity to be inter-
viewed for an internship or job
at Fox News. Their school also
received a $10,000 grant to go
toward scholarships, grants
or new equipment. Interested
candidates can log onto: www.
foxnews.com/collegechallenge
C.S. native wins award
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My name is ... BUDDY
The Griffn Pond
Animal Shelter, 967
Griffn Pond Rd.,
Clarks Summit, is open
for the adoption of pets
from noon to 4:30 p.m.,
daily. Wish list items
are always appreciated,
especially cat litter,
canned dog food and
paper towels.
Adopt a cage at the Grifn
Pond Animal Shelter for one
month and your $20 donation
will go toward care and feed-
ing of the animal in that cage
for the month you choose.
A card will be placed on the
cage identifying the sponsor
for that month.
Send the following
adopt-a-Cage information,
including name; address;
city; state and zip; phone
number; sponsorship
month; choice of dog, cat or
small animal cage; and how
you would like your sponsor
card to appear, along with
$20 per cage to The Grifn
Pond Animal Shelter, 967 Grif-
n Pond Rd., Clarks Summit,
PA 18411.
Adopt-A-Cage can also be
done via PayPal or credit card.
Name: Buddy
Age: Adult
Sex: Male
Breed: Terrier mix
About me: Im playful, easy to walk and very lovable.
Remember to contact the Griffn Pond Animal Shelter at
586.3700 if your pet is lost or goes astray.
United Neighborhood
Centers will begin registra-
tion for its annual summer
camp Project Hope May 1.
Registration will take place at
UNCs Community Services
Building, 410 Olive Street in
Scranton, Monday through
Friday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m
and Thursdays 9 a.m. until 6
p.m. Families in Lackawanna
County with children ages 5
through 12 can enroll during
the month of May and must
provide proof of income,
number of children in house-
hold, childrens ages and date
of birth.
Project Hope will take
place July 1 through Aug. 2,
Monday through Friday at
Camp St. Andrew in the end-
less mountains of Tunkhan-
nock. The site is located on
550 acres and features felds,
woods, a lake and pool for the
childrens enjoyment. Activi-
ties throughout the week will
include arts and crafts, boat-
ing, kayaking, swimming, a
climbing wall and an adven-
ture learning course.
Registration is on a frst
come- frst served basis. For
more information, contact Jill
Moyle at 570.343.8835.
UNC to begin
Project Hope
Summer Camp
registration May 1
When 10 -year -old Abi Reilley
from Nuangola was told she was
too young to volunteer on the farm
at Marleys Mission she didnt
give up. Abi decided she could still
help the Mission, a local non-proft
which uses equine therapy to treat
children and families who have ex-
perienced trauma, by creating and
selling her signature Treatz.
Abi, a ffth grader at Rice El-
ementary School, started riding this
past summer. Her mother Darlene
said,Abi has always loved animals
and has frequently visited and
brought treats to the local SPCA.
She really took to riding and when
I suggested she look into Marleys
Mission she was all over it.
Marleys Mission Volunteer Co-
ordinator, Tara Iona, was impressed
with Abi after reading her frst
email, Abi sent a note saying she
was a beginner rider, loved horses
and wanted to help abused chil-
dren. She offered to come out to
the farm to groom horses or muck
stalls. When I told her volunteers
needed to be 13 or older she said
she would be emailing me at 6
a.m. on her 13th birthday. It is very
unusual.
Abi plans hold a car wash and
run a lemonade stand this summer
to raise more money for the Mis-
sion. With a Capital Campaign in
progress to build a new home for
Marleys Mission in Newton Town-
ship this summer, her fundraising
efforts are timely.
Marleys Mission is a non-proft
organization that provides equine-
based therapy free of charge to
children and their families who
have experienced trauma. Equine-
Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) has
shown evidenced-based effcacy
in patients who have experienced
abuse and now suffer with depres-
sion, anxiety and other symptoms
as a result of abuse.
Local 10- year- old on a Mission
Shown, from
left: Abi
Reilley and
April Loposky,
Marleys Mis-
sion
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If we choose to not fll three
teaching positions at the el-
ementary school, we anticipate
the class size to increase to ap-
proximately 26 students across
a grade level in all schools,
likely second grade Mahon
said. The cuts would save ap-
proximately $320,000.
The implications would be
greater demands on the teach-
ing staff, less individualiza-
tion and access to classroom
activities, Mahon added. The
most signifcant challenge is
that how we teach is very dif-
ferent than back in the day. We
have become, by choice and
necessity, much more inclusive
of special education students in
our regular education class-
rooms. Increasing class sizes
has a particularly impactful
effect on classes that involve
students with special needs.
In light of all that, given
what were facing, I think its
fair for the board to seriously
consider eliminating the three
elementary positions.
There is one English vacan-
cy at the high school. Mahon
believes electives and class
sizes would likely remain
largely unaffected.
Mahon added the if the
position is not flled, the dis-
trict was save approximately
$105,000.
There is one vacancy of an
Math/Science teacher at the
Abington Heights Middle
School. According to Mahon,
the average class size ranges
from 24 to 28 and if the posi-
tion is eliminated, class sizes
would be pushed to near 30.
Through the very strong ef-
forts from Dr. Quinn, Mr. Elia
and others of restructuring how
we teach, by eliminating this
position we would take some
signifcant steps back with all
the training for the delivery of
instruction. I think it would be
unwise to eliminate the posi-
tion.
There is also a vacant coun-
selor position at the middle
school.
The role of counselors
is growing, Mahon said.
They provide critical support
to students at risk and with
special needs. I think it would
be unwise the eliminate the
position.
Mahan added that if the
position is not flled, the dis-
trict would likely think about
eliminating crisis counseling
at the high school and move
someone to the middle school.
According to Mahon, since
the 2009-10 school year, 40
positions in the district have
been eliminated, for a savings
of $3 million.
Mirabelli reported that a
maximum tax increase of 1.97
mils would increase revenue
by $445,000.
Amill is $1 for every $1,000
in average assessed property
value.
Raising taxes wont solve
the problem, we have to work
to lower pension costs, Vice
President WilliamAcker said.
We cant not do everything
we can in all aspects of the
budget. Otherwise, down the
road, we will be out of op-
tions.
Board member Michele
Tierney suggested the possibil-
ity of starting a foundation to
coincide with the AEIO.
The Abington Heights AEIO
program recently received a
check for $62,000 from The
Community Foundation of the
Endless Mountains.
The conversation started
with the EIO to partner with
the district to start more fund-
raising for not only enhancing
the education side, but also
allowing for other entities,
such as athletics and to allow
alumni the opportunity to
donate, Tierney said. I just
want to plant the seed and I
would really like to sit down
with the business offce and
use this as the beginning step
of incredible revenue.
My vision is to take our
AEIO Development Director,
Tom McHugh, and use him
district wide.
According to Mirabelli, the
business offce sent out second
notices to tax payers who had
not paid their tax bill as of
Nov. 15. Starting on Dec. 1,
those will outstanding bills
would receive a 10 percent
penalty.
As a result, our tax col-
lection rate went from 92.9
percent to a high of 94.6
percent, he said. This is im-
portant because if you applied
that number to the prior year,
we would have taken in an ad-
ditional $359,000.
Vice President Warren Acker
reported that the Facilities
Committee reviewed bids on
proposals for a consultant for
the pool, tennis court and felds
projects.
The committees view
in both cases was to look at
which consultant was going
to give us the best price given
the unknown situation, Acker
said. We really need to ex-
plore the options, so we looked
for a consultant that had a lot
of experience in the feld and
would be able to give us the
best answers and hopefully put
together bid packages.
The board voted 8-1 to
authorize administration to
engage Architerra, P.C. to pro-
vide engineering and architec-
tural services for the purpose
of repair and/or replacement
of athletic facilities including
tennis courts, track and athletic
felds.
The board voted 9-0 to
authorize administration to en-
gage Aquatic Facility Design,
Inc. to provide engineering
and architectural services for
the study and upgrade of the
Abington Heights High School
natatorium for $25,300.
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the kids are so excited about
it, she said. You can hear
them talking about it during
the school day. And I know the
parents appreciate it too, be-
cause some are struggling with
fnding something for their
kids to do right after school.
Kozar believes the camara-
derie between the student is a
key advantage.
They get to interact with
not just kids in their grade,
but also in older grades, she
said. I think the socializa-
tion is a big component of the
program.
Kozar enjoys seeing the joy
on the childrens faces while
they are participating in the
program.
Just seeing the kids laugh-
ing and smiling, and getting
along with one another, Ko-
zar said. I think thats great
and its something fun for
them to do with their friends.
ODell has received a lot of
positive feedback from parents
whose children are in the pro-
gram and disappointment from
those who missed the cutoff.
One of the most rewarding
things for me to see is how
excited the parents were, she
said. Ive gotten calls after
it was closed and I would use
the word devastation that their
child couldnt get in. It feels
like this should have been in
place years ago.
We couldnt have done
this without all the parents
who volunteer because you
cant have 30 kids with one
teacher, you need parents here,
especially at this age, to help
supervise.
There are 8 to 10 regular
volunteers and they had no
problem rounding up willing
helpers.
Weve got a lot of eager
beavers, Kozar said.
Art volunteer Jennifer La-
Belle jumped at the chance to
help out with their program.
It was a great opportunity
to volunteer and be with the
kids, she said.
Her daughter, Cara, a
fourth-grader, is a member of
the club. She enjoys learning
about art and really likes paint-
ing, Jennifer LaBelle said.
Second-grader Sydney
Degnon enjoyed getting some
fresh air while creating a
picture.
I like to look at nature and
do all kinds of fun staff, she
said.
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to be evaluated at Child Study
Team, New Jersey. They said
John was developmentally
delayed and was placed in a
multi-handicap preschool class.
Between the ages of 3 and 4,
John was still nonverbal, so his
mother started communicating
with him through sign lan-
guage. When John was about
6, his signs started to change to
words.
Music became a big part
of Johns life and remains so.
Kathleen would constantly
sing to him and used music
as a form of communication.
Music has followed the now 21
year-old: he is a member of the
Pacifc Ballet Theater with a
deep passion for Broadway.
He is a senior at Marywood
University and participates
in the Student On-Campus
Achieving Results.
Early advocacy
In 1997, when Kathleen
Walsh and her family moved
to this area, she said there
was very little opportunity
for inclusion. My frst IEP
(individual education program)
meeting, I asked why John
wasnt getting music, gym and
art and they said it was because
he had autism and they didnt
get those things. That is what
made me launch PLCTAand
start advocating for better op-
portunities. It wasnt an easy
road, Walsh said.
It took 10 years of advocacy
to get John what he needed.
Aparent has to fght very
hard for those (an educational
aid TSS worker). It doesnt
come natural. Aschool district
doesnt say Lets give him
an educational aid, lets give
him occupational therapy three
times a week, speech four
times a week. Its not the way
it works. The parents has to
educate, know their rights and
ask for the support the child
needs.
One thing you learn when
youre child has any disability.
You must be educated and you
must advocate, Walsh said.
Parents Loving Children
Through Autism has three
goals. First, it provides sup-
port and encouragement for
families raising children with
autism. Second, education. The
group hosts meetings, work-
shops and training to bring the
latest information available to
families. Third, PLCTApro-
vides a place where each child
will be accepted, according to
its website plcta.org.
Kathleen Walsh raised two
other children, a daughter,
Samantha Milliken, 23, and a
stepson, Kevin, 38.
John role modeled after
Samantha, who acted as a mini
teacher, said their mother.
I couldnt ask for better
siblings for him. They are his
biggest cheerleaders, she said.
The mom of three said the
most diffcult aspect of a mom
raising a child with autism is
making her other children feel
as important and as loved as
their brother, who required so
much attention.
She feels that their brothers
autism has made Samantha and
Kevin more compassionate.
When you live it, you know
it, you understand it, Kathleen
Walsh said about her family.
Changing lives
She offered advice to parents
of special needs children, The
day you fnd out your child
has a disability of any nature
will appear to be the worst day
of your life. But with hope
and love anything is possible.
There are many others that
have experienced and learned
that you make new dreams
for your child. Each milestone
your child reaches will help
you through the hard days.
Achild with autism has
made Walsh more courageous
to stand up and take on people
in power.
I dont wish, I inspire.
of Waverly, was always doing
things with her children as they
grew.
Wittmanns example inspires
Holgate in her own life. She is
now 34 and married to Jason
Holgate, 40. The South Abing-
ton Twp. couple have three
girls of their own: Paige, 7,
Ayla, 6 and Violet, 2. The fam-
ily also owns fve cats, three
horses and a dog.
Holgate said one of the best
things about being a mom is
sharing with her girls the ac-
tivities she did with her mother
when she was a girl.
Together, one of their favor-
ites is hiking in the many state
parks in Pa. and N.Y., such as
Ricketts Glen, Salt Springs,
Saratoga Springs, Promised
Land (which they especially
enjoy because of the lake
beach where they can play in
the sand and swim), Van Saun
and Harriman.
They also enjoy riding their
horses, taking Taekwondo
lessons together and attending
community events, such as
the Vacation Bible School at
Clarks Green United Methodist
Church, dances at the Abing-
ton Heights Civic League, the
Clarks Summit Festival of Ice,
the Fall Festival at Heritage
Baptist Church and various
childrens camps and activities.
The girls also enjoy spend-
ing time with their father, who
takes them to fshing derbies
and coaches their soccer teams
in the Abington Youth Soccer
League.
Carlie Holgate has worked at
the Abington Veterinary Center
as a veterinary assistant for the
last 12 years.
With such a busy schedule,
one may wonder how she does
it all.
Time is my biggest enemy,
she said, and keeping every-
one going in the right direction
can be diffcult.
She feels she is usually pre-
pared, however, and tries not to
make things harder for herself
by being unprepared. Her
advice to other busy mothers
and new or expecting moth-
ers is Dont panicit will all
work out. Have patience and
trust yourself and all will fall
into place.
She said the advice from her
mother, Youll know what
to do. Dont worry, always
helped her, especially right
before her frst child was born.
She said the joys, however,
outweigh the trials.
Im extremely lucky to be
a mom and have three girls.
Theyre great kids, she said,
adding they help her, rarely
complain and enjoy the same
things she does.
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CLARKS GREEN MAYOR
(one 4-year term)
William Thorburn
CLARKS GREEN BOROUGH COUNCIL
(three, 4-year term)
Alan F. Hughes
David J. Rinaldi
Joe Barrasse
CLARKS GREEN TAX COLLECTOR
(one, 4-year term)
Janice F. Brown
CLARKS SUMMIT MAYOR
(one, 4-year term)
Herman Johnson
Patty Lawler
CLARKS SUMMIT BOROUGH
COUNCIL
(three, 4-year term)
Gerrie Fitzgerald Carey
Jim Klein-
Patrick Williams
Robert A. Bennett
M. Vincent Cruciani
(one, 2-year unexpired term)
Robert A. Bennett
M. Vincent Cruciani
Dominic Scott
CLARKS SUMMIT TAX COLLECTOR
(one, 4-year term)
Kathy Drake
Drake, a resident of Clarks Sum-
mit for 54 years, graduated from
Abington Heights School. Her work
experience includes accounting
and credit department work. She
supervisor analyst with security
clearance at Pratt & Whitney Aircraft,
Connecticut. She is a former council-
woman for Clarks Summit Borough
and chairman of Finance and worked
with the taxes. She served on the
Centennial Committee, Grant, Recycle
and Police Pension Board. Married to
Kenneth Drake, she has two children
Darrell and Wendy Sandly, and ve
grandchildren.
My plans are to be customer-
oriented and yet collect taxes in a
timely and efcient manner. All tax
records will be reviewed and updated
regularly using 21st century methods
and procedures, Drake said.
Judy A. Belch
DALTON MAYOR
(one, 4-year term)
Aaron Holzman
DALTON BOROUGH COUNCIL
(four, 4-year term)
Jared Gard
John W. Montgomery
Gus Vlassis
DALTON TAX COLLECTOR
(one, 4-year term)
Margaret Peg Sheppard
GLENBURN TOWNSHIP SUPERVISOR
(one, 6-year term)
Michael T. Savitsky
GLENBURN TOWNSHIP AUDITOR
(one, 4-year term)
Judith A. Lepri
La PLUME TOWNSHIP SUPERVISOR
(one, 6-year term)
Lisa A. Huffsmith
LA PLUME TWP. TAX COLLECTOR
(one, 4-year term)
Clyde E. Ellsworth
NEWTON TWP. SUPERVISOR
(one, 6-year term)
Robert Naegele
John J. Shaffer
NEWTON TWP. AUDITOR
(one, 6-year term)
Wilbur C. Waltz Jr.
NEWTON TWP. TAX COLLECTOR
(one, 4-year term)
Ruth E. Hayden
NORTH ABINGTON TOWNSHIP
SUPERVISOR
(one, 6-year term)
Thomas Mundrake
NORTH ABINGTON TOWNSHIP TAX
COLLECTOR
(one, 4-year term)
Betty L. Opsasnick
RANSOM TOWNSHIP SUPERVISOR
(one, 6-year term)
Robert Lukasiewicz
David W. Bird Jr.
RANSOM TOWNSHIP TAX COLLEC-
TOR
(one, 4-year term)
Lenay Blackwell
Jeane Chilcote
SCOTT TOWNSHIP SUPERVISOR
(one, 6-year term)
Bob Rocko Mroczka
Bob Noldy
Steven Russell
Stanley E. Stracham
Dave Makala
Thomas J. Smith
SCOTT TOWNSHIP AUDITOR
(one, 6-year term)
Gayle Hart
SCOTT TOWNSHIP TAX COLLECTOR
(one, 4-year term)
Michael R. Ciuccoli Sr.
SOUTH ABINGTON TOWNSHIP
SUPERVISOR
(one, 6-year term)
Giles W. Stanton
SOUTH ABINGTON TOWNSHIP
AUDITOR
(one, 6-year term)
(one, 4-year unexpired term)
Richard P. Lenahan
WAVERLY TOWNSHIP SUPERVISOR
(one, 6-year term)
Douglas Klamp
Michael Hoban
WAVERLY TOWNSHIP TAX COLLEC-
TOR
(one, 4-year term)
Ilona Thurston
WAVERLY TOWNSHIP AUDITOR
(one, 6-year term)
Bernard F. Harding
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Revenue focus of C.S. Council race
Scott Cruciani Bennett Klein Carey
Stability on council a
focus among candidates
By ROBERT TOMKAVAGE
rtomkavage@theabingtonjournal.com
The high volume of recent
turnover within the Clarks
Green Borough Council is a
major issue among candidates
vying for the positions.
Democrat Alan F. Hughes
was appointed and has began
serving council in January
2012. Hes most proud of the
councils ability to make a
seamless transition for han-
dling the collection of sewer
bills in-house.
We migrated the collec-
tion of sewer bills from the
Pennsylvania American Water
to collection in- house. It was
a very complicated transi-
tion for a small borough. The
credit goes to former fnance
chair Jill Shanrock, who
unfortunately had to resign in
July 2012.
Hughes was then appointed
as fnance chair and was
pleased to be able to work
well together with council
member Lynne Earley on
crafting the 2013 budget.
Hughes hopes that Clarks
Green continues to be able
to support the Abington Area
Joint Recreation Board.
The Abington Area Com-
munity Park and new turf
feld are great for folks of all
ages to enjoy, he said.
Democrat David J. Rinaldi
was appointed to council in
August 2012. He is most
proud of the fact the council
was able to hold the line on
taxes on last years budget,
due to a $3,000 surplus from
the previous year.
Rinaldi is
hoping for
consistency
within the
Council dur-
ing the next
term.
There had
been a lot of
resignations
on council and
that was one
of the reasons
I applied, he
said. One
of things I
conveyed in
the interview
process was
that I wanted Council to have
some stability.
Repulican Joe Barrasse
currently serves on the
Clarks Green Zoning Board
and would also like to see
more stability on the coun-
cil. Barrasse is also opposed
to several recent proposals,
including putting a bike path
on Fairview Road.
I think it would be a death
trap for some children, he
said. That proposal prompted
me to become more heavily
involved.
According to Barrasse, he
is familiar with many of the
council members and believes
they can accomplish some
good things down the road.
I could care less if they are
Democrats or Republicans,
but we cant have 50 percent
of council changing every
year or two, he said.
Barresse
Rinaldi
The three republican candi-
dates running for one two-year
unexpired term on Clarks Sum-
mit Council agree on at least
one point: The borough needs to
generate additional income.
Dominic Scott, who was
unanimously appointed June 26,
2012 to fll the seat after the res-
ignation of former councilman
Donald Moyer, is up against
previous council member Robert
Bennett, who resigned in 2009
to accept a job with the U.S.
Census Bureau and M. Vincent
Cruciani, a land representative at
Williams and owner of Washing-
ton Healthcare Billing, LLC.
Scott said hes been a Clarks
Summit resident since age eight
and graduated from Clarks Sum-
mit High School. Hes a Korean
War veteran and active member
of several community organiza-
tions, such as the VFW Post
7069, Our Lady of the Snows
Church, Knights of Columbus,
Catholic Social Services, Friends
of the Abington Commu-
nity Library, Rotary Club of the
Abingtons and more.
He said he serves as Council
Chairman of the Civil Service,
Finance and a member of the
Personnel and Union Negotia-
tion Committee, and believes the
most important issue facing the
borough is its limited fnances.
The Finance Committee
builds a budget and all items
are discussed, he said. Each
expenditure is reviewed. We are
constantly looking for additional
sources of revenue. We applied
for and received a Grant from
the state for a new police car.
Advertisements will be available
for sale on our police and DPW
cars and trucks.
Scott added he also donates
his council pay back to the com-
munity.
Bennett is a Vietnam War
veteran and an active member in
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mAyor
He said he would work to
ensure that departments like the
police, the Department of Public
Works and fre department work
hand in hand to protect the
borough in times of emergency.
He added that he wants to low-
er taxes, make sure the borough
budget is sound and institute an
open door policy so residents
can go straight to the mayor with
any concerns.
Lawlers plan is to focus on
commerce. She vowed to work
toward the creation of a chamber
of commerce for Clarks Summit
merchants.
Lawler, a retired school
teacher and a business owner
and TV show host, wants to help
the businesses in the borough
band together and offer incen-
tives to shop there, including a
senior discount day a few times
a year.
In addition, she hopes to
continue programs like the
boroughs Earth Day celebra-
tion to foster a stronger sense of
community. She said she would
continue her efforts to make the
borough more sustainable with
recycling programs.
Were a small town, only 1.9
square miles and 5,000 people,
she said explaining that it would
be easy to bring the community
closer together.
Lawler added that she intends
to keep taxes low and ensure that
borough residents feel safe.
By ElizABETh BAuMEiSTER
Abington JOurnal Reporter
the community, including orga-
nizations such as Odyssey of the
Mind, Knights of Columbus and
VFW Post 7069.
He also agreed on the impor-
tance of taking care of borough
fnances, and said the way to do
so is not by cutting things out
of the budget, but looking for
ways to better stretch the funds
that are available and bring in
additional revenue.
There is a way in which you
can better spend your money,
he explained.Its not that any-
thing is being done wrong; The
question is, can we do the same
with less expenses?
He gave an example from
when he was previously on
Council and helped save money
by negotiating a better deal on
an insurance contract. An-
other example he gave involved
exposed gas lines that he was
able to persuade the company to
place bars around for safety at
no expense to the borough.
Cruciani, the youngest of the
candidates at age 30, said he
represents a new generation of
leadership that will bring fresh
ideas and a new perspective to
the borough.
I plan to use my education
and experience in negotiations,
business and law, he said, to
diligently review all issues that
come before the council in an
effort to avoid short-sighted
decisions and create a lasting
prosperity for the borough. I
will always favor the interests of
the borough taxpayer over the
special interests of a few.
He echoed Scotts and Ben-
netts concerns for the borough
fnances, stating, the most im-
portant issue facing our borough
is remaining fnancially solvent.
This is especially diffcult,
he said, because of the debt we
incurred through poor decision
making over the last decade. We
need to rigorously pursue paying
off this debt without creating a
further burden on law-abiding
taxpayers.
One way he plans to accom-
plish this, he said, is by making
the effort to collect revenue from
delinquent taxpayers.
Cruciani added another issue
of concern to him is homeowner
rights.
We must also address the
series of unnecessary regula-
tions that have been placed on
the people of the borough, he
said, particularly on residential
property owners. While safety
concerns must be considered,
we must not unduly restrict the
rights of the homeowner.
Running for three four-year
council terms are democrat
Gerrie Fitzgerald Carey, current
council president; democrat
Jim Klein; democrat Patrick
Williams, current councilman;
Bennett and Cruciani.
Carey, 70, was born and raised
in Clarks Summit, living the
past 47 years on Gladiola Drive,
where she and her husband
raised four children, Hutch,
Mary Ellen Berry, Rick, Colleen
and fve grandchildren. She has
served on Council for four terms
from Vice President to President.
She said she enjoys working
with our devoted council mem-
bers on numerous projects and
issues, seeing them to comple-
tion.
Carey
discussed the
current state of
the borough,
Our borough
is made up of a
large percent-
age Senior
Citizens, who
we respect
their fxed income. Our Earned
Income Tax, due to the economy,
has been decreasing, thus leav-
ing us with the only option to
brainstorm and fnd new sources
of revenue, while keeping our
services in place. Raising taxes
is never an option. We have been
very successful with J.P. Mas-
caro, in securing our garbage
contract with no increases, and
our new single stream recycling,
which has almost doubled for
recycable revenue. That is due
to all our conscientious resi-
dents good efforts in getting our
tonnage up, bringing in more
revenue.
Klein, 72, resides in Clarks
Summit, where he has lived for
almost 40 years, with his wife,
Elizabeth. They are members
of the Our Lady of the Snows
parish, and raised their children,
Kathleen and Christopher, in the
Borough.
After teaching at Manhat-
tan College, Iona College, and
Fordham, he accepted a position
at the Penn State Worthington
Scranton Campus. He retired
from Penn State after 36 years
of service and currently holds
professor emeritus status at Penn
State. He said, It was a pleasure
to work with the students and
teachers in our community in
their science endeavors.
He and his wife are serve on
the board of the Friends of the
Abington Community Library
and various Friends committees.
Clarks Summit is a wonder-
ful community, and I would be
proud to serve our community
as a member of the borough
council.
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What sets me apart from every other judicial candidate
is the simple fact that for 5 years I served as a Special
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of cases in the Lackawanna County Court of Common
Pleas where I protected the elderly from fraud, and our
children from abuse and neglect.
As the ONLY CANDIDATE with this unique hands-on
perspective, I have the ability to perform my judicial
duties on day one. I PROMISE to use my knowledge and
23 years of legal experience to protect the rights of our
citizens, make our communities safer, and ensure that
Lackawanna County remains a wonderful place to live.
I would be honored to have your vote on election day.
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EDUCATION
Catholic University,
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University of Scranton 1988
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Hospice hosts blessing ceremony
In a ceremony to honor the
professionals who offer com-
fort and hope to the terminally
ill and dying, Hospice of the
Sacred Heart conducted a spe-
cial Blessing of the Hands.
The breakfast ceremony was
held May 2, at Al Mia Amore
in Dickson City. The hands of
all Hospice of the Sacred Heart
caregivers, nurses, doctors,
social workers, therapists and
volunteers were blessed by
Rev. Genaro Aguilar, CSAand
Rev. Gregory Finn, OSJ.
We wanted to show appre-
ciation for our whole staff and
thought that the National Day
of Prayer was the perfect day
to hold our annual blessing of
the hands, said Diane Baldi,
RN, Chief Executive Offcer of
Hospice of the Sacred Heart.
Anon-proft agency, Hospice
of the Sacred Heart serves pa-
tients in nine counties, includ-
ing rural areas, 24 hours a day,
seven days a week.
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Shown, from
left: Mary Lou
Richardson, Rev.
Gregory Finn,
Meagan Knight,
Jennifer Gardner,
Rev. Genaro Agui-
lar, Diane Baldi
and Dr. Ralph
DeMario.
Rev. Genaro Aguilar blesses the
hands of Dorathy MacGregor.
OBITUARY
Mary C. Collins
April 29, 2013
Mary C. Col-
lins, of Scranton
and Glenburn,
died Monday,
April 29 at
the Regional
Hospital of
Northeastern
PA. She was the
widow of Russell E. Collins, Jr.,
who died April 15 , 2008. The
couple had been married for more
than 50 years.
Born in Scranton, on July 22,
1924, she was the daughter of the
late Michael and Theresa Kingdom
Connerton. She was a member of
Our Lady of the Snows Church.
She worked beside her husband,
Russell in his accounting practice
until his retirement. She graduated
from St. John the Evangelist High
School and Lackawanna Busi-
ness College later attended The
University of Scranton. Earlier
when entertainment was live on
the radio, Mary could be heard
singing Pepsi Cola commercials
on WARM Radio.
She loved her family and en-
joyed spending time in Canada ev-
ery summer with her children and
grandchildren, creating lifelong
special memories. She especially
looked forward to boating with her
family.
Surviving are a son, Russell E.
Collins III, and his wife Karin,
Scranton; fve daughters, Doro-
thy Nally, and her husband Jim,
Tunkhannock, Marcie Ewasko,
and her husband, Tony Butch,
Casselberry, Fla., Lucille Ims, and
her husband, Ed, Glenburn, Laurie
Klein, and her husband, Jim,
Clarks Summit and Mary Louise
Baxley, and her husband, Hal,
Winter Springs, Fla.; two brothers
Robert Connerton and his wife
Phillis Pane and John Connerton
and his wife Rose Ellen both of
Maryland, 13 grandchildren and
nine great -grandchildren.
She was also preceded in death
by two brothers Joseph and Gerard
Connerton.
In lieu of fowers, memorials
may be made to the Gino Merli
Recreation Fund, 401 Penn Ave.
Scranton Pa. 18503.
Ana Andruzak Fara
January 23, 2013
Ann
Andruzak
Fara, 94, died
January 23, at
her daughters
home in Ar-
lington, Texas
surrounded
by her family.
Cause of death was complications
from pneumonia.
She was born June 23,1918, at
home, in Reading Pa., the last of
six children of the late Theodore
and Mary (Neiheimer) Andruzak.
Raised in the Reading area, she
met and married her husband Mi-
chael Fara. The couple relocated
to the Clarks Summit area in 1951
and established their longtime
home. Ann was a free spirit who
shared her loving persona with all,
but her frst priority was always
her husband and children.She was
a wonderful homemaker and made
friends easily with all age groups.
Her home was viewed by many
of her childrens friends as a sec-
ond home. Ann enjoyed traveling,
eating out, clothing shopping and
her friends.
In her later years, after the death
of her husband, Ann spent time in
Memphis,Tenn., Bend ,Ore. and
Arlington,Texas. Predeceased by
her husband, and her four siblings,
she is survived by her six children,
Judith Stafford (husband Robert),
Michele Mann (husband John),
Michael (wife Maryann), Dr. Lisa
Fara, Christopher (wife Pamela)
and Victoria Pride (husband
Frank). She is also survived by
ten grandchildren, and seven
great-grandchildren. Services and
internment were private.
Her family invites friends and
relatives to join them at a celebra-
tion of life luncheon May 11, to be
held at the Nichols Village Hotel,
South Abington Twp. from 11:30
a.m. to 3 p.m.
David Williams Jr.
May 1, 2013
David Wil-
liams Jr., 78,
of Newton
Twp., died
Wednesday
evening, May
1, at the Gino
Merli Veterans
Center follow-
ing a long illness. His wife is
the former Bernetta Walser. The
couple was married August 20,
1957.
Born in Scranton, he was the
son of the late David Sr. and
Ruth Davis Williams. He was a
Navy Seaman serving during the
Korean Confict. Prior to retire-
ment he was a machine operator
at the former Pope & Talbot,
currently Cascades.
He was a deacon at Jackson
St. Baptist Church, where he was
a greeter and sang in the choir.
He is currently a member and
greeter for the Parker Hill Com-
munity Church, Clarks Summit.
Dave was an avid outdoorsman
who loved fshing and hunting.
He also enjoyed bowling and
was a wonderful husband and
family man who loved spend-
ing time with his wife, children,
grandchildren and great -grand-
children. He was a fan of the
Baltimore Colts and the Boston
Red Sox.
Also surviving are four daugh-
ters Jennifer and husband Brian,
Jackie Deitzer and husband
David, Clarks Green, Denise
Kelly, Clarks Summit, Bernetta
Scacchitti and husband James,
Dunmore; eight grandchildren,
Joseph, Heidi and Jessica De-
itzer, Christopher and Tara Kelly,
Shannon Swendsen and husband
Greg, Holly and James Scac-
chitti; three great- grandchildren,
Nathan Morgan, Colin and
Teagan Swendsen; two brothers,
Barry and his wife Laura Ann,
Scranton and Dennis and his
wife Shirley, Scranton; several
nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by
two sisters, Ruth Berdan and
Alberta Poehlman.
The family would like to
thank all the staff members at
the Gino Merli Veterans Center,
Hospice of the Sacred Heart,
At Home Health Care and The
Willowbrook for the heartfelt
and compassionate care shown
to David.
In lieu of fowers, memorials
may be made to the Parker Hill
Benevolence Fund, 933 Carbon-
dale Hwy., Scranton, PA18508.
Mark Burti
April 30, 2013
Mark
Burti, 56, of
Deer Lake,
Fleetville
died Tues-
day, April
30. His wife
of 22 years
is the former
Nannette Anderson Burti.
Born in Taylor, he was the
son of Lorretta Salerno Burti
and Caesar Burti of Taylor.
Mark graduated from River-
side High School, Johnson
College and summa cum laude
from The University of Scran-
ton. He was a well -respected
employee of Penn Foster for
31 years.
He was a generous and kind
person as exemplifed by his
volunteerism, dedication and
support of individuals with
intellectual disabilities.
Also surviving are a brother
Neil Burti and wife Rose, Glo-
ria Burti, Carmen and Joyce
Burti; as well as several nieces,
nephews and loyal friends.
Private services for Mark
will be held at the convenience
of the family at later date.
Arrangements have been
entrusted to the Lawrence E.
Young Funeral Home & Cre-
mation Svc.
Col. Donald Basil Whalen
April 30, 2013
Col. Donald
Basil Whalen,
USAF (Ret), 88,
of Lake Winola,
died Tuesday
morning, April
30, at Golden
Living Nurs-
ing Center in
Tunkhannock. His loving wife
of 22 years is the former Ethel
Martin.
Born in Scranton, he was the
son of the late George T. and
Blanche Mougnos Whalen. He
was a graduate of Clarks Summit
High School when he enlisted in
the United States Army, serving
as a member of the military police
in Italy during World War II.
After returning home he went on
to receive a bachelors degree in
education from East Stroudsburg
University. He went on to teach
at Newton-Ransom High School
and Fern Creek Elementary
School in Orlando, Fla. In June
1953 he returned to the military
as a commissioned offcer in the
United States Air Force, begin-
ning his 28 year military career
serving in Mississippi, France,
Germany, Vietnam, Washington
DC, Virginia, Georgia and Texas,
retiring in 1981. Donald wrote in
his memoirs, Reaching the U.S.
Air Force in 1953 and fnding my
career and lifes work almost by
accident was an extraordinary cir-
cumstance with all its wonders.
He attributed his success to his
commitment to be frm, fair and
consistent.
He enjoyed golf, playing
bridge, reading, photography and
was a frequent contributor to the
op-ed section of the Scranton
Times-Tribune. He was a N.Y.
Yankee fan and a member of
Mensa. Donald had many loyal
friends, defnite opinions, strength
of character but a tender heart and
an endearing sense of humor. He
will be missed by all who knew
him.
Also surviving is a son Mat-
thew James Whalen, his wife,
Brenda, and granddaughter,
Taylor, of San Antonio, Texas; a
daughter-in-law, Susan Whalen,
granddaughters, Abigail and Emi-
ly, and grandson, Isaac Whalen, of
Virginia Beach, Va.; a stepdaugh-
ter, Cheryl Meehan, of Charlotte,
N.C., granddaughter, Molly
Meehan Loizeaux and husband,
Mackenzie, of Charlotte, and
grandsons, Matthew Meehan and
wife, Jaycee, of Fort Mill, S.C.,
and Michael Meehan of Charlotte;
a stepson, Alfred Eckstadt , his
wife, Tamara, and granddaughter,
Katherine, of Jordan, NewYork;
great-grandchildren, nieces and
nephews.
Donald was preceded in death
by a son, Lt. Col. Mark Thomas
Whalen, USAF (Ret) and a
brother, George B. Whalen.
In lieu of fowers donations to
the Wounded Warrior Project, 301
Grant Street, Suite 900, Pitts-
burgh, PA15219, would be most
appreciated.
To send an online condolence,
visit www.lawrenceeyoungfuner-
alhome.com.
Liang-Chen Chuang
May 3, 2013
Liang-Chen
Chuang, 71,
Clarks Summit,
died Friday,
May 3, at Re-
gional Hospital
of Scranton. He
was the husband
of 47 years of
the former Hwa-Tzea Lin.
Born Jan. 18, 1942, in Taiwan,
he lived in Clarks Summit more
than 35 years. He was a pharma-
cist whose professional career
spanned more than 35 years, and
was retired from Geisinger Com-
munity Medical Center.
He enjoyed the outdoors, golf-
ing and was an avid NewYork
Yankees fan.
Also surviving are a son, David
Chuang and wife, Jennifer, West
Chester; two daughters, Janet Par-
sons and husband, Michael, Beth-
lehem; and Tina Bellinger and
husband, Brent, Stamford, Conn.;
two brothers, Masa and James
Chuang, both of Taiwan; and two
grandsons, Ryan and Matthew
Parsons, both of Bethlehem.
For information, directions or
To send an online condolence,
visit www.jenningscalvey.com.
Stephen C.
Volpe, Lake
Ariel, died
Sunday, May
5 . His wife is
Stacy Boehmer-
Volpe.
Born in Long
Island, N.Y., he
was the son of Constance Barley
Steve and Jacqueline Volpe.
He was self-employed, operat-
ing a cleaning and maintenance
service. Stephen loved the
Pennsylvania outdoors, riding
his ATVs and spending time with
his family and Working outside
planting fowers and trees.
Also surviving are two broth-
ers, Patrick Volpe of Clarks
Summit and Charles Volpe
of Long Island; three uncles,
Charles Volpe and wife Maureen
and their children, Charlene and
Sharon, Michael Volpe and wife
Marla and their children Ross,
Rachel and Regina, Douglas Bar-
ley and wife Karen and son Mat-
thew; an aunt Carmela Cogswell
and husband Kevin, and their son
Jeffrey Sassenschied; Kathryn
Barley and family.
Stephen was the son- in- law
of Ralph and Anna Boehmer;
the brother- in- law of Raquel
Boehmer, Ralph Boehmer Jr.
and his wife Crystal and the
beloved uncle of R. J. and Hailey
Boehmer . He was the loving
uncle and caretaker of Paul
OHara, Kimberly Foster and
Nicholas and Nicole Foster.
Friends may call May 9 from
10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Law-
rence E. Young Funeral Home
& Cremation Svc., 418 S. State
St., Clarks Summit. Service and
Interment will be private at the
convenience of the family.
In lieu of fowers, the fam-
ily asks that trees be planted to
honor Stephens memory.
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President John Hambrose
said: I want to offer my most
sincere thanks to those of you
who helped make this years
Pasta Dinner a tremendous
success. We served hundreds
of meals and made many new
friends in the community. Most
importantly, this service project
helped many of our members
get to know each other bet-
tereveryone had a great
time and our team exhibited
nothing but cooperation and
fellowship throughout the day.
Special thanks must be of-
fered to Pasta Joe Pagnani
whose dedication to our club
has turned this fundraiser into
a well-oiled machine and John
Ragu Regula who, with his
daughter Sarah, spent their
day preparing food and mak-
ing our guests feel welcome. I
am thankful to everyone who
helped or supported our event
in any way including Chef
Schiavone and our former
member Sam, who dedicated
their entire Sunday to sup-
porting our club. Chefs sauce
and pasta again received rave
reviews and if what we did for
the community wasnt enough,
we invited St. Francis Kitchen
to pick up the leftovers so that
our dinner may feed the less
privileged in our community
this week.
MARCH MADNESS
Abington Rotarian, rabid
NCAAbasketball fan and
periodic letters to the editor
contributor Mike Barrows
who claimed the clubs frst-
ever March Madness grand
prize by riding the Louisville
Cardinals to the national
championship. Mike receive
a prize of $49.50 fnishing
with 86 points. Conor Griffn
used two Louisville Final Four
weekend wins to catch up to
and tie Leah Rudolph with 74.
Leah missed receiving points
because she picked Gonzaga to
beat Louisville in the champi-
onship game. Leah and Conor
will split the second and third
place prizes and will receive
$16.50 each at Thursdays
meeting. Leah was donating
her winnings to Interact. Its
not sure what Mike was doing
with his.
SAVE THE DATE
Fireworks will be held once
again at the Abington Heights
Middle School in July. Contri-
butions are always welcome!
NEW! E-CLUB
OPPORTUNITY
District 7410s Provisional
E-Club site is up and running.
The District website www.rota-
ryeclub7410.org features links
to presentations, such as Steve
McQueen and his comments
about Generation Y. Please
feel free to stop by and look.
Current Rotarians can also
make a donation for a make-up
meeting; the directions are on
the front page. If you have an
idea for a speaker or would
like to be the feature of the
week, please contact Karin
directly. To fnd out more or to
get involved contact Karin at
ksbvet@ptd.net
Would you like to learn more
about Rotary and what we do?
Join us any Thursday at 12:10
p.m. for lunch. Lunch will be
our treat and our meeting will
give you an opportunity to see
how much fun you can have
while helping improve our
community. Also, follow us on
Facebook: Rotary Club of the
Abingtons.
With
Leah Ducato
Rudolph
Rotary Club of the Abingtons
E-Club opportunity awaits
Leah Ducato Rudolph is the publicity
chairman of the Rotary Club of The
Abingtons. She may be reached at
570.587.3440 or lrudolph@albright.org.
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MORE THAN
MOVIES
Dietrich Theater
Erica Rogler
To quote Aldo Leopold from
his book ASand County
Almanac, There are some
who can live without wild
things and some who cannot.
These essays are the delights
and dilemmas of one who can-
not. Little did he know that
his writings, published after
his death, would shape how
we view conservation policy,
science and land ethics today.
Over two million copies of A
Sand County Almanac have
been printed and it has been
translated into twelve lan-
guages.
Tonight, May 8 at 7 p.m.,
please join us for a book
discussion on ASand County
Almanac at the Tunkhannock
Public Library. Bob Daniels
will facilitate this free discus-
sion. Then Saturday, May 11
at 11 a.m., we will be show-
ing the documentary Green
Fire: Aldo Leopold and a Land
Ethic For Our Time at the
Dietrich. AQ &Awill follow
the flm and you will have the
opportunity to visit environ-
mental organizations displays
in the theater lobby after the
movie. Admission is free. Tick-
ets will be available by calling
570.996.1500 or at the door
while they last.
Then Wednesday, May 15 at
7 p.m., we will present a movie
and book discussion at the
Tunkhannock Public Library
on Green Fire and ASand
County Almanac. This discus-
sion will be facilitated by Dr.
Peter Petokas of Lycoming
College. This is my frst time
reading ASand County Al-
manac and I am awed by how
poetic it is and how relevant it
is to today.
Speaking of poetic writing,
the Dietrich will be present-
ing Shakespeares Romeo &
Juliet live on stage Sunday,
May 19 at 3 p.m. Come see
an 80-minute original text
adaptation of this classic love
story performed by the Gamut
Theatre Group of Harrisburg.
Following the show, the actors
will stay for a talk back session
with the audience. This will be
the sixth year the Gamut The-
atre Group will be performing
for us in Tunkhannock. Admis-
sion is free. Tickets are avail-
able by calling 570.996.1500
or at the Dietrich ticket booth
while they last. Dont miss out.
The Dietrich has another
must-see theatre event for
children coming up Satur-
day, May 18 at 11 a.m. Join
us as the Dietrich Childrens
Theatre performs Peter and
the Wolf. Experience the
thrilling sights and sounds as
brave adventurer Peter imag-
ines catching a wolf with the
help from his friends and the
orchestra. Tickets are avail-
able by calling 570.996.1500
or visiting the Dietrichs ticket
booth. Admission is free. This
event has been sponsored by
the Pennsylvania Humanities
Council. The Dietrich also has
See MOVIES, Page 11
Under the Sea
The classic under the sea adventure, The Little
Mermaid Jr., is set to be performed May 17 and 18 in
Tunkhannock. The Wyoming County Players Junior
Players and Little Hams will be performing this spring
musical at Whipple Performing Arts Studio and will
include a cast with much variety. Students from six local
school districts, including home schoolers, ranging in
age between 6 and 19, will be included in the cast.
The Little Mermaid Jr. follows the classic Disney
story of a mermaid, Ariel, played by Jackie Clark, who
lives under the sea with her father, King Triton. Ariel
strives to know what life is like up on land, and after an
evil deal with an octopus, Ursula, played by Amanda
Hirschler, Ariel travels to the top of the ocean to satisfy
her curiosity. While on land, Ariel meets a handsome
man, Prince Eric, played by 19 -year -old Eddie Bau-
meister, who is the frst human that she meets out of the
ocean. Ariels popular undersea friends will also
make an appear- ance in the play to follow her
on her jour- ney, including Sebastian
the crab, played by George So-
beck, Flounder the fsh,
played by Amelia
Comly and Scuttle the seagull, played by Jenna Saxe.
Guests will enjoy being part of the underwater world
when they enter the studio, said choreographer Kim
Whipple about the upcoming performance.
The studio has decided upon The Little Mermaid Jr.
after the response of a previous performance in the local
area. We had done The Little Mermaid for the Lacka-
wanna Trail Elementary Center years ago when they had
a successful drama club and the kids really enjoyed it,
said Whipple.
Directed by Ron Whipple, the performance features
actors with varied experience, from those making their
frst debut on stage to performance veterans who are
moving onto college-level theater. The spring musical
showcases the students talent for singing by includ-
ing popular songs from the movie, such as Kiss the
Girl and Part of Your World. In addition to learning
the songs for the performance, the cast had to spend a
signifcant amount of time rehearsing to learn dance
steps and choreography to animate the story. The cast
has been practicing since early April for the show, said
Kim Whipple.
Both days of the performance will take place at 7
p.m. as well as a 2 p.m. matinee May 18. Tickets for
the performance are $8 for general admission, children
5 and under are free. Whipple Performing Arts Studio
is located at 602 Hunter Highway, Suite 20, in
Tunkhannock. Tickets can be purchased at the
door and more information can be found by call-
ing 570.836.6986 or visiting www.wyoming-
countyplayers.com.
BY Arielle KovAliCh
Abington Journal Correspondent
Te Little Mermaid, Jr., is
set to be performed on May
17 and 18 in Tunkhannock.
For the Senses to feature
Clarks Summit artist
An art exhibition titled For
the Senses featuring art-
ists Jeff Kuratnick, of Clarks
Summit, Katie Larsen-Lick, of
Mountain Top and Mary-Beth
Korutz-Killian, of Plymouth,
will be displayed at Marquis
Art and Frame, Second Floor
Gallery, 122 South Main St.,
Wilkes-Barre, from May 10
through July 6. An opening
reception will be held May 10
at the gallery from 5 to 8 p.m.
Kuratnicks work exists in
the balance between sculpture
and function. Coming from
a family of stonemasons,
experiencing their materials,
ultimately led Kuratnick to his
creative development. As a
ceramic artist with a focus on
creating fuid forms, intuitive
mark-making has led motion
and rhythm to visually com-
mand his work, along with his
obligation to allow the ebb and
fow of his personal experi-
ences to physically manifest.
For Lick, the simplicity
and ease of digital format has
made photography much more
interesting and has enhanced
the uniqueness of her work.
It allows her to express her
creativity through the eye of
the camera and to show oth-
ers, her eclectic views of the
world.
Korutz- Killian is an
educator, holistic healer,
painter, jeweler, fber artist
and world traveler. She invests
her mixed-medium visual
creations with a masterful
authority that simultane-
ously inhabits the corporeal
while addressing the spiritual.
Informed by and infused with
a sense of wonder and esoteric
knowledge harvested through
the years from her experi-
ences, Korutz-Killians works
translate these experiences
into a tactilely disparate array
of imagery.
This bowl, created by Jeff
Kuratnick, of Clarks Summit,
will be featured in the upcoming
For the Senses exhibit at
Marquis Art and Frame, Second
Floor Gallery, 122 South Main
St., Wilkes-Barre, May 10
through July 6.
Dragon Fly Dreams by Mary-Beth Korutz-Killian, of Plymouth
VISUAL ARTS/
PERFORMING ARTS
Call to Artists: The Vintage
Slates Works in Wood for
June Exhibit, The Vintage
Theater slated Works in
Wood for its June 2013 visual
exhibit.
All pieces must be made
at least primarily with wood.
Submit images/descriptions of
works or works in progress
to info@scrantonsvintageth-
eater.com or 326 Spruce Street,
Scranton, PA18503 by May
20 at noon. Installation will
occur June 3 and 4 with the
exhibit from June 7 30. Info:
589.0271 or scrantonsvintag-
etheater.com.
Golden Days of Radio
Players, May 14, 21 and
28 and June 4 at the Dietrich
Theater in Tunkhannock, 7 to
9 p.m. Ages 18 and up. Cost:
Free. Atendees will learn and
experience putting together a
live show to be performed June
4 at 7 p.m. Register: 996.1500.
Actors Circle Presents:
Arms and the Man by
George Bernard Shaw, May
9, 10, 11, 12, 18, 19 and 20, at
Providence Playhouse, 1256
Providence Road, Scranton,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
at 8 p.m. and Sun at 2 p.m.
Cost: $12 for general, $10 for
seniors, $6 for students; May
9 tickets are $8 General and
Seniors, $6 Students. Reserva-
tions: 342.9707. Info: actor-
scircle.org.
The Robert Dale Chorale
Pops Concert: ANight at the
Oscars, May 10, at Shopland
Hall, Scranton Cultural Center
at 8 p.m. Cost: General $15;
Seniors $12; Students $7. Info:
871.0350 or www.robert-
dalechorale.org.
Scandal and Lies Con-
cert, May 10 at New Visions
Studio and Gallery, 201 Vine
St., Scranton at 8 p.m. Door
open at 7:30 p.m. Features
bands Days In transit, Crock
Pot Abduction (C.P.A.), Bad
Answers and Birds Eye View.
Cost: $7. Info: 878.3970 or
NewVisionsStudio.com.
Colors of Spring: AMusi-
cal Journey by Sanjukta Sen,
May 11. Aseminar will intro-
duce participants to the world
of Indian music. Check-in for
the seminar begins at 4:45 p.m.
Info / tickets: 570.586.8191.
Dual CD Release Show,
May 11 at New Visions Studio
and Gallery, 201 Vine St.,
Scranton at 8 p.m. Doors open
at 7:30 p.m. Two new record-
ings from local bands. AFight-
ing Chance is releasing a six-
song, self titled E.P., and Those
Clever Foxes are releasing
a 10-song, full length album
titled Quincy Ave. Bands
performing include Lesser
Animals, Esta Coda and Down
To Six Cost: $7. Info: 878.3970
or NewVisionsStudio.com.
LITERARY ARTS
Sand County Almanac
Book Discussions, May 8 and
15 at the Tunkhannock Public
Library at 7 p.m. Cost: Free.
Info: 996.1500.
ARTS, CRAFTS
AND MORE
Dark Shadows: Silhouette
Workshop, May 8 at the Ever-
hart Museum from 6 to 8 p.m.
Students 18 and older will cre-
ate a work of art using digital
photography, watercolor, and a
pencil. Cost: $25 for museum
members and $30 for non-
members.
Pre-registration/pre-payment
is required. Reservations:
346.7186 or general.informa-
tion@everhart-museum.org.
Who plays Pepper Potts in Iron Man 3?
Shown, from left: Ur-
sula, played by Amanda
Hirschler; Prince
Eric, played by Eddie
Baumeister; and Ariel,
played by Jackie Clark.
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LIBRARY NEWS
BY MARY ANN McGRATH
In a trip-planning mode?
Need solid advice? The
Abington Community Library
has just added 2013 editions
of European guidebooks by
travel writer Rick Steves. Head
of his own company, Through
the Back Door, Steves is also
known as a host of travel
shows on both public radio and
television and is a syndicated
newspaper columnist. Look for
the following:
England, In this guide,
youll fnd a mix of splendid
cities like London, quaint
villages, historic ports, and sea-
side resorts. Explore Cornwall,
Dartmoor, the Lake District,
Yorkshire, and more, guided by
Rick to good-value hotels and
restaurants along the way.
France, With its Swiss-like
Alps, Italian-style Riviera, and
Germanic Alsace, villages, hill
towns and cosmopolitan cities,
France offers Europes greatest
variety.
Germany, Travel from
fairy-tale castles, alpine forests,
and picturesque villages to the
energetic Germany of today.
Learn how to get around
Germany by train, bus, car, and
boat.
Ireland, Explore Dublin,
Kilkenny, and the Ring of
Kerry. Navigate back roads
on the Dingle Peninsula and
follow St. Patricks footsteps
to the Rock of Cashel. End the
day at a corner pub, enjoying
fddle music and lively conver-
sation.
Italy, Rick helps you trace
Italian culture from Rome to
Milan and experience Venice
and Florence, discover the vil-
lages of Tuscany and Umbria,
and enjoy the favors of local
cuisine.
Portugal, Tour Lisbons
lanes and grand squares, fol-
low the pilgrims to Fatima,
and cruise the Douro River.
Or enjoy the sun at the Al-
garve beach of your choice.
Plan where to go and what to
see and do, and learn which
sights are worth your time and
money, with the help of this
guide.
Spain, Explore Ma-
drid, Barcelona, Sevilla,
Cordoba,and the towns of
Andalucia. Self-guided walks
lead you through castles, cathe-
drals and villages, illuminating
Spains past while you enjoy
traveling today.
The library also added copies
of Rick Steves Rome and
Paris, both 2013 editions,
as well as an update of Eu-
rope Through the Back Door:
the Travel Skills Handbook,
which promises to help every
traveler to Europe experience
the culture like a local, spend
less money, and have more fun
by following practical advice
based on Steves more than
thirty years in the travel busi-
ness.
Youngsters who visit the
Childrens Room during this
week will be able to investigate
the Piggy Bank Tales collec-
tion of books, toys, and games
put together by the Northeast
Library District to make learn-
ing about money fun. This col-
lection is on loan to the library
for a limited time.
None of the material will be
allowed to circulate.
The Abington Community Library is
located at 1200 W. Grove St., Clarks
Summit. Visit out website, www.
lclshome.org/abington to register
online for events or call the library at
(570) 587-3440.
Dont have a library card? Register
for one at http://www.lclshome.org/
libraryinfo/library_card_reg.asp.
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Dietrich Theatre to host
Aldo Leopold: AMovie
and Book Experience
According to the Dietrich Theater, in
Tunkhannock, everyone interested in con-
servation of our beautiful landscape will
want to see the movie Green Fire: Aldo
Leopold and a Land Ethic for our Time
at the theater May 11 at 11 a.m.
This free showing will be sponsored
by area conservation agencies. It will be
complemented by two book discussions of
Leopolds classic book ASand County
Almanac Wednesdays May 8 and May
15 at 7 p.m. at the Tunkhannock Public
Library.
One of Aldo Leopolds primary mes-
sages that is conveyed in the flm is that
the oldest task in human history is to live
on a piece of land and not spoil it.
The flm Green Fire shows how his land
ethic emerged and evolved. Six decades
after his death, Leopold has much to teach
us that is relevant today.
ASand County Almanac has spurred
an appreciation of environment no mat-
ter one lives. He is considered to be the
most important conservationist of the
last century and the father of the national
wilderness system. His mission has had
an impact on our consciousness, as did the
mission of Rachel Carson.
One of the book discussion leaders, Dr.
Peter J. Petokas, is a Freshwater Ecologist
and Research Associate with the Clean
Water Institute at Lycoming College in
Williamsport. He earned his Doctorate in
Ecology from Binghamton University and
a Master of Science in Wildlife Ecology
and Management from the State Univer-
sity of NewYork, College of Environ-
mental Science and Forestry in Syracuse.
His research interests include the study
of amphibians and reptiles, conservation
biology, vernal pool and wetland ecology,
fsh ecology and the restoration of streams
and watersheds.
Dr. Petokas said, Aldo Leopold died
the year I was born, and yet everything
he taught me through his writings still
resonates today in my worldview of the
environment and how I envision myself
as an environmental steward. I always try
to think like a mountain when evaluat-
ing environmental threats. Even now,
Leopolds lessons need to be reconsidered
in light of the emerging environmental
threats of global warming and the extrac-
tion of natural gas, bio fuels and wind
energy.
The flm Green Fire describes the for-
mation of Aldo Leopolds idea, exploring
how it changed one man and later perme-
ated through all areas of environmental
conservation.
The flm draws on Leopolds life
and experiences to provide context and
validity, explores the deep impact of his
thinking on conservation projects around
the world. Through his example, the flm
challenges each of us to contemplate our
own relationship with the land commu-
nity.
According to Dr. Petokas, I have used
Leopolds ASand County Almanac as
an instructional device in college teaching
for many years. Students of environmen-
tal science are often lacking a historical
perspective on the environment, viewing
it only as it is today. Leopolds writing
takes them on a journey that explores the
history, meaning, and poetry of environ-
mental conservation. I invite you to spend
an evening or two with Bob Daniels and
I, exploring the poetic writing of Aldo
Leopold.
Bob Daniels is a former science teacher
at Tunkhannock Area High School. A
graduate of Albright College and Penn
States Public Health traineeship grant
program, he is an expert on bird banding
and woodcutting. He remembers when
woodcocks were prevalent in the area and
has had memorable experiences encoun-
tering them, as did Leopold who wrote,
The woodcock is a living refutation of
the theory that the utility of a game bird is
to serve as a target, or to pose gracefully
on a slice of toast. After experiencing
the woodcocks remarkable skydance,
Leopold wanted to be sure that its survival
is assured.
The movie showing and discussions
are sponsored by: Countryside Conser-
vancy, South Branch Tunkhannock Creek
Watershed Coalition, Lower Tunkhannock
Creek Watershed Association, The Over-
look Estate Foundation, the North Branch
Land Trust, the Endless Mountains Heri-
tage Region and the Dietrich Theater.
Learn more about these environmental
organizations through their displays at the
Dietrich, before and after the movie.
Reservations for Green Fire free
movie tickets are available by calling the
Dietrich Theater at 570.996.1500 or can
be picked up at the ticket booth.
Call the same number to register for
the book discussions at the Tunkhannock
Public Library.
a variety of classes coming up
for adults to enjoy. For in-
stance, if you are interested in
jewelry making, the Dietrichs
own Sarah Sidorek will be
teaching students how to create
spiral rope bracelets Tuesday,
May 14 at 7 p.m. During this
beginner class, you will learn
how to make bracelets by using
a simple spiral bead weaving
technique. Students will also
learn how to fnish off their
projects with a clasp. Admis-
sion is $30 and includes all ma-
terials. Great deal, right? Call
the Dietrich at 570.996.1500 to
sign up.
As you can see, the Dietrich
is so much more than the mov-
ies.
Continued from Page 10
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Dalton LaCoe practices the deadlift at the Abington
Heights eld house.
Newcomer sets four state powerlifting records
BY Kevin KearneY
Abington Journal Correspondent
Abington Heights junior Dalton
LaCoe joined the high schools
powerlifting team in March,
halfway through the season, with
no experience. In April he set four
state records as his team placed
second at the Pennsylvania State
Coaches Powerlifting State High
School Championship in Glen
Mills near Philadelphia.
I kind of surprised myself be-
cause I didnt know what to expect.
I just wanted to do my best, said
the 17-year-old, who has Klippel-
Feil syndrome, a bone disorder
present from birth and character-
ized by the abnormal joining of two
or more spinal bones in the neck.
Abington Heights powerlifting
coach Claude Welcome was not
surprised by Daltons immediate
success. Welcome has high expec-
tations for his teams new addition,
as Dalton will have the offseason
to train and be prepared for a full
season next year. I guarantee you
hell be a national champion next
year, the coach said, referring to
the competition to be held in Texas.
The prediction is perhaps not
too hard to believe, considering
Daltons instant achievements. The
newcomer took the records in the
state competitions Junior-Senior
Divisions 114-pound weight class.
He set the new bench-press mark
at 215 pounds; the deadlift record
at 450 pounds; the squat at 260
pounds and the overall record for
points, 9.25. Setting the deadlift
record earned Dalton the Most
Outstanding Lifter Award in the
tournament.
Welcome noted that Dalton
excelled despite having very little
training, and he was lifting at least
Lady Comets
fall to Paupack
BY ToM roBinson
Abington Journal Correspondent
Abington Heights gave
Valley View its toughest
game of the season when
it faced the Lackawanna
League Division 1 leader
three days earlier.
With another shot at a
division leader on their
home feld May 2 the Lady
Comets came up short,
giving up two big innings
in an 11-5 loss to Wallen-
paupack.
Defensively, it was
probably the worst game
weve played all year,
Abington Heights coach
John Kelly said, after his
team allowed 12 hits and
six unearned runs. Early
on, we made a lot of mis-
takes.
Were counting on a
lot of young players and,
sometimes, youre going to
get those mistakes.
The Lady Comets are
tied for second place in
Division 1, behind only
Valley View, which has not
lost a game before the state
semifnals in the last three
seasons.
The two meetings with
the Cougars resulted in 3-0
and 4-3 losses, giving last
years state semifnalists
their toughest competition
of this season.
Abington Heights was
unable to produce such a
challenge against Wallen-
paupack.
Its just inconsistency,
Kelly said.
The Division 2-leading
Lady Buckhorns scored
four times in the top of the
frst inning, then added six
more in the ffth after the
Lady Comets had closed
within 5-4.
Alex Dequerioz did her
best to try to get the Lady
Comets back in the game.
She was 3-for-3 with a pair
of doubles and three RBI.
Alex has been hitting
the ball very well, Kelly
said of Dequerioz, the team
leader in hits and batting
average.
Dequerioz had a two-
run double in the bottom
of the frst to cut the early
Wallenpaupack lead in half.
She added a lead-off double
in the fourth and scored the
run that cut the defcit to a
run. Her RBI single in the
bottom of the sixth pro-
duced the fnal run.
Claire Lakotas worked
two hitless innings in relief,
striking out three while
walking two.
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ABOVE: Abington Heights starting pitcher Paige Harris delivers
a ball to the plate.
BELOW: Abington Heights Katherine Rosencrance slides into
third base.
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Chiefs
dominate
Relays
BY ToM roBinson
Abington Journal Correspondent
SCRANTON Lakeland
posted the highest winning
score of any of the four high
school champions while win-
ning the Class AAboys title
of the Jordan Relays May 2 at
Memorial Stadium.
The Chiefs fnished frst
among Class AAteams in four
of six events, while placing
second and third in the other
two.
Scranton Prep won the Class
AAAboys championship.
Abington Heights had its
six-year title run in Class AAA
girls end when it fell just short
against Pittston Area, 42-40.
Lakeland produced its sec-
ond big win in three days.
The Chiefs beat Dunmore
in a battle of unbeaten for the
Lackawanna Track Confer-
ence Division 3 championship
earlier in the week.
The biggest concern was
coming off of that meet on
Tuesday, Lakeland coach Art
Davis said. We had a tough
meet with Dunmore. It was a
day later than it was supposed
to be.
The kids were gassed. It
was all heart from them. They
really came through.
It started with the opening
race, the distance medley relay
where Davis knew Lakeland
would face Rico Galassi of
Holy Cross running half of the
races 3,200 meters.
Mark Arzie, Casey Albino,
Brandon Newberry and Nathan
Morgan formed the winning
combination, setting a meet
record in 8:13.86.
We wanted to keep it out
of the hands of Rico Galassi,
Davis said of one of the states
top distance runners. We tried
to get a big lead for Nathan in
that last leg.
The guys did a good job and
we were able to hold him off.
Arzie and Albino each were
part of three wins for Lake-
land, which also took the 1,200
sprint medley, 3,200 relay and
1,600 relay.
Morgan was part of two wins
and a second-place fnish in the
1,600 medley.
Newberry, Zack Krieger and
Gavin ODonnell were on two
winning teams. Tim Hacken-
berg and Garth Estadt were
each on one.
See RELAYS Page 14
Prep grad
named
Landmark
Rookie of
the Year
Emily Walsh (Scranton/
Scranton Preparatory), a
freshman on The University
of Scranton womens tennis
team, has been named the 2013
Landmark Conference Rookie
of the Year, Associate Commis-
sioner Kirbie Britt, announced.
Walsh leads Scranton with a
9-5 record in singles, includ-
ing a perfect 6-0 record against
Landmark Conference oppo-
nents.
She won two straight and
eight of her last nine singles
matches for the Royals, who
went on the road last week and
defeated Catholic University,
5-3, and Goucher College, 5-3,
to win their second straight
Landmark title and advance to
the 2013 NCAADivision III
championships for the second
straight season.
Prep grad
named to
frst-team
in tennis
Senior Tim McGurrin
(Clarks Summit/Scranton
Preparatory) and junior David
Teres (Lebanon, N.J./North
Hunterdon) of The University
of Scranton mens tennis team
earned all-Landmark Con-
ference frst-team honors in
singles and doubles, according
to a release from the confer-
ence offce.
McGurrin went 8-4 in singles
play this season at the No. 1
spot in the lineup, including 6-1
in regular season conference
play. He also won his singles
match in the Landmark Confer-
ence championship against
Drew University to fnish his
career with 38 singles victories.
The duo of McGurrin and
Teres teamed to go 8-5 in
doubles play, including 8-4 at
the No. 1 spot. They were 5-2
in regular season conference
doubles action.
double his body weight. It
was just outstanding, said the
coach. It was just tremen-
dous.
Dalton said the most reward-
ing part of setting the records
was making his parents, Dean
and Michelle LaCoe, and his
coach proud.
It was just a great feeling,
he said.
Dalton also won a meet at
Abington Heights and another
in Jim Thorpe during his abbre-
viated season. At the frst meet
he deadlifted 400 pounds.
And not even with much
effort, Welcome said.
At the second meet Dalton
went up to 430, and then to 450
in the state contest. Welcome
said Dalton would have likely
been a state champion had he
competed for the full season.
Welcome discovered Dalton
while the athlete was lifting in
preparation for baseball season.
The coach saw Dalton in the
weight room and quickly no-
ticed he had a lot of strength.
I saw him work out and I
was really impressed, so this
past March I told him to come
to a meet, Welcome said.
And he was just incredible.
Welcome said the sky is
the limit for his new star. Not
only can Dalton win a national
championship, but the coach
also believes he can one day
qualify for the U.S. national
team.
Hes just really excep-
tional, the coach said. Hes
progressed so much and with
little training.
As for Dalton, he said he just
wants to see where powerlift-
ing will take him.
Hell lift for one or two days
a week in the offseason, but
now his main focus is baseball.
When next years powerlift-
ing season rolls around, Dalton
will likely be the anchor of an
already strong team.
At this years state competi-
tion Abington Heights had
another record breaker, Ryan
Devine, who set a new bench-
press mark of 235 pounds in
the 148-pound division.
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Continued from Page 13
reCords
Birchwood Eagles win
tennis championship
Birchwood Tennis and Fit-
ness Club in Clarks Summit
hosted a United States Tennis
Association 18-Under Junior
Team Championships.
The six- week league con-
sisted of 50 players from all
over Northeastern Pa. playing
in a team format. Each match
consisted of one boys singles
match, one girls singles match,
one boys doubles match, two
girls doubles match and one
mixed doubles match.
The Birchwood Eagles,
consisting of Trent and Tyler
Woodruff of Pittston, Madison
Nardone of Dallas, Samarth
Desai of Dallas, Alex Cuddy
of Dallas, Tatiana Klacko of
Scranton, Nastashia DeNunzio
of Dunmore, Zoey Bucking-
ham of Honesdale and coach
Tim Haus of Birchwood Tennis
and Fitness won the champion-
ship and qualify for the District
Championships this July in
Allentown.
U of S golf team caps
undefeated season with
win over Marywood
The University of Scranton
mens golf team completed its
best dual match season ever
with a 316-347 victory over
Marywood University April 23
at Glenmaura National Golf
Club.
The Royals fnish the season
12-0, the third time theyve
gone undefeated.
The 12 wins are the most in
the programs three undefeated
seasons, surpassing Scrantons
7-0 mark from 2006 and 10-0
record in 2011.
The Royals were led by se-
nior Jamie Bresnahan (Exeter/
Wyoming Area), who carded
a 3-over-par 74 on the par-71,
6,602-yard layout in the fnal
round of his career.
It was his seventh sub-80 round
of the season and 24th of his
career.
Sophomore Erik Meyer
(Clarks Summit/Abington
Heights) added a 7-over-par
78 for his 12th round below 80
this season.
Freshman Ryan Brown
(Scranton/Scranton Prepara-
tory) and his brother, senior
Michael Brown (Scranton/
Scranton Preparatory) were
next with 81 and 83, respec-
tively.
Scranton also received a pair
of 88s from juniors Andrew
Loyack (Greenfeld Township/
Scranton Preparatory) and
Kevin Kucharski (Hampton,
N.J./North Hunterdon).
crossword answers frompage 5
A.H. JV softball team
picks up two wins
Abington Heights 6-Dun-
more 4
The Abington Heights High
School Girls Jr. High Softball
team stunned Dunmore 6-4
and moved into frst place in
the division. Kaylee DeMatteo
struck out the last batter with
the tying run at the plate to
picked up the win. The offense
was led by Kaylee DeMatteo
with a home run and three runs
batted in. Cassidy Bartkowski
doubled to knock in a run and
Courtney Wrobel smacked a
two- run double to break open
the game. The Lady Comets
defense was awesome all game
led by the play of Naudia
Solan who turned a double
play. Courtney Wrobel made a
leaping catch in centerfeld and
Alison Kane made a great run-
ning catch on a line drive and
threw a bullet to double-up a
runner at second to shut down
the Lady Bucks rally.
Abington Heights
17-Northeast Intermediate
School 0
The Lady Comets exploded
for six runs in the frst inning.
Paige Morgan, Maddie Brown
and Courtney Wrobel led the
frst inning assault with some
timely hitting. Coutney Toroni,
Ashleigh Solomon, Hannah
White and Cassidy Bartkowski
delivered clutch base hits to
spark the Lady Comets offense.
Lauren Olevnik tossed a two
hit shutout while striking out
six. The defense was led by
Ashley DeResio and Ashlynn
Fitzgerald.
Continued from Page 13
reLAYs
Lakeland piled up 54 points,
20 more than Dunmore. Lacka-
wanna Trail was third with 18
points.
Scranton Prep edged North
Pocono, 39-36, for the Class
AAAboys championship
behind wins in two of the three
medley events.
We kind of talked to the
kids about whether we were
going to load up certain events,
what we were going to go
after, Scranton Prep coach
Steve Shumbres said. We kind
of strategized a little bit about
trying to win the team title,
loading up the medley, seeing
if it worked out for us and it
looked like it did.
Mike Brier covered half the
distance in the wins by the
Cavaliers. He ran the anchor
legs, covering 1,600 in the
distance medley and 800 in the
1600 medley relay.
Mike Brier ran awesome,
Shumbres said.
Rock Magnotta, Evan Evan-
ish and Pat Marino were also
part of the 1,600 medley win
and each contributed by run-
ning in three events.
Pat Feeney, Anthony Nar-
done and Torre Scrimalli joined
Brier on the distance medley
win.
Abington Heights placed
seventh with 18 points.
The Abington Heights girls
won two events and fnished
second in two others while
posting the highest score of any
of the four second-place teams.
Kesley ODonnell, Ally
Christman and Jessica Kurey
were part of both wins. Isabelle
Clauss joined them in the 400
relay and Jess McMinn was
part of the 1600 medley.
Erin Jaeger and Jen Burke
were on both second-place
teams. They were joined by
Missy Burke and Michaelina
Holmes in the distance med-
ley and Katrina Helcoski and
Tianna Yarns in the 3,200 relay.
Scranton Prep was third
with 28 points, with help of
a third-place fnish by Kate
Reilly, Emily Carr, Samantha
Youngfelt and Mary Lundin in
the 3,200 relay.
Lakeland tied for second
with Holy Cross in Class AA
girls with 36 points. Montrose
won with 52.
Cassidy Jenkins was part of
all three second-place fn-
ishes for the Lady Chiefs while
Taylor Flynn, Sarah Larkin and
Mackenzie Kaiser were part
of two and Kayla Agentowicz,
Lauren Holt and Natalie Tuffy
were on one each.
Lackawanna Trail was
seventh with 20 points with the
help of a third-place fnish in
the distance medley.
shown from left, seated are Nadia orr and Morgan Langan, Jr.
Comets Cheerleaders. second row, Cooper rusak, Jayden Patel,
Abington Youth soccer League (AYsL), Keith Williams, President
Clarks Green Council, Gary-Paul Bossi, AYsL, Jake rusak, AYsL, seth
Blakiewicz, AYsL and dilan Patel, AYsL. Third row: Julie rusak, AYsL,
Henry rusak, AYsL, Mike Hargrove, Abington Area Joint recreation
Board and AYsL, Chris Langan, Comets, dylan McHale, Comets, Nick
Colombo, Comets and diane Colombo.
Turf feld ready to
weather any storm
ABINGTON JOURNAL PHOTOS/JOAN MEAD-MATSUI
The new turf eld in south Abington Twp. cost approximately
$900,000 and was funded through grants and donations.
Abington Little
League Scores
VFW 16 Orlando Food 6
WP: Dylan Wharton
Multi-hit game: Clay Davis,
Ty Wilmont, Graham Gilmore,
Vinnie Crandle, Greg Swee-
ney
So. Ab. Police 21 Cars-R-
Us 4
WP: Michael Pusateri
SV: Nick Colombo
HR: Daniel Habeeb (S),
George Tinsley (S)
2B: Jake Petty (S), Michael
Pusateri (S), Zachary Allen
(S), Nick Colombo (S), Seth
Pollack (S)
3B: Jake Petty (S), Connor
Napierla (S)
VFW 5 Shamus Founda-
tion 2
WP: Graham Gilmore
Multiple hit game: Graham
Gilmore- VFW, Jackson Pope-
VFW, Aiden Messett- SF,
Nick Notari - SF
2B: Pope, Messett
South Abington Police. 17
F. Smith & Sons. 6
WP: Nick Colombo,
2B: Jake Petty (S), 2-Danny
Habeeb (S), Mike Pusateri (S)
South Abington Police 14
Abington Lions 4
WP: Danny Habeeb
2B: Jake Petty (S), Mike
Pusateri (S)
3B: Jake Petty (S), Seth
Pollock
HR: Connor Napierla
Shamus Foundation 16 - F
Smith & Sons 4 (4 Innings)
WP: Nick Notari 6 Strike
outs
2B: Aiden Messett (S),
Nick Notari (S), Kyle Kronick
(S), Nick Termini (S), Ryan
Gabura (F)
2 hits: Ryan Armbruster (F),
4 hits: Nick Notari (S)
Orlando Foods 12 Cars R
Us 2
WP: Robby Horvath
HR:George Tinsley (C)
2B: Luke Wesolowski (C)
3 hits: Mike Carlini (O) and
James Myers (O)
Lackawanna College
golf tournamant set
for June 17 in Hawley
The Lackawanna College
annual golf tournament will
be held June 17 at the Country
Club at Woodloch Springs in
Hawley.
All proceeds from the
tournament will beneft the
Lackawanna College Athletic
Department.
Lackawanna College
distinguishes itself by offering
higher education opportunities
to student athletes who seek to
excel in the classroom and on
the playing feld, President
Mark Volk said.
Foursomes are being ac-
cepted and sponsorship pack-
ages are available.
Call 570.961.0700 for more
information.
Registration/lunch will
begin at 11 a.m., followed by a
1 p.m. shotgun start.
Acocktail hour will be held
at 5 p.m., followed by smor-
gasbord and awards and cash
bar.
Mike Hargrove described
the new turf feld, or synthetic
surface, at the Abington Area
Community Park/Hillside Park
as outstanding.
Hargrove, Abington Area
Joint Recreation Board
member representing Clarks
Summit and Abington Youth
Soccer League vice president,
said of the project, Both
from the players perspective
and spectators, parents and
families that have been up
there (at the feld), said they
are happy to be able to play
in all kinds of weather. They
(contractors) did a great job,
said Hargrove, who thanks the
Abington Area Joint Recre-
ation Board, Michele Breslin
and the Clarks Green Borough
Council for their help.
He also noted the feld
provides an opportunity for
constant play.
We obviously have to be
careful about creating wear
spots and it will take some
maintenance over time, but its
the fact that you dont have to
be careful about getting out on
the feld and playing, because
its not going to take the
punishment that natural grass
takes, he said.
It brings me back to being
in about third or fourth grade
and looking out the windows
as it starts to drizzle, saying
Are they going to cancel the
game and are we going to get
to play? We know now that
a little bit of rain isnt going
to stop us from playingor
rain on Thursday isnt going to
stop us from playing on Satur-
day. Its pretty exciting.
The project cost approxi-
mately $900,000 and was
funded through grants and
donations and according to
Abington Area Joint Rec-
reation Board chairman,
Bill Risse, was devised as
a design-build, fxed -price
project to protect against cost
overruns. Amenities include
the feld and lights, subsurface
and wetland engineering and
mitigation, legal costs, project
management costs, insur-
ance, design and construction
of paved handicapped ac-
cess sidewalks, parking and
NPEDS permitThe project
did not cost local municipali-
ties anything but cooperation.
Risse thanks Senator John
Blake, County Commissioners
OBrien and Wansacz, and the
councils of Clarks Green and
Clarks Summit, all of whom
participated in delivering
grant funding for this overall
project that includes Bound-
less Playground, handicapped
accessible bathrooms and fsh-
ing pier and pavilion enhance-
ments to the park recently.
Thanks to Abington Youth
Softball League and Junior
Comets for coming together as
a unifed fnancial partner as
well, he said.
The board also hopes to
have an additional restroom
building, signs and lake water
circulator/fountain this year as
well.
Areservation system will
be in place shortly for anyone
who would like to reserve
time on the feld and a permit
fee will be charged.
When its not being used,
its open time, said Hargrove
referring to an agreement with
the Abington Youth Soccer
League and Abington Heights
Junior Comets, who each
contributed $150,000, and will
have scheduled playing time.
Anyone can use it as long
as they follow the rules and
take care of the feld, said
Hargrove.
One of the rules includes no
dogs or pets allowed on the
feld.
Hargrove joked, Im sorry
to say my dog was the frst to
be upset with that one (rule),
but no dogs or pets will be
allowed on the feld, and no
folding chairs, food, gum,
tobaccoonly water.
Agrand opening will be
held once work to areas sur-
rounding the feld has been
completed.
To reserve time on the feld
and for additional information
regarding fees, visit aajrb.com
and click on turf.
By Joan Mead-Matsui
Abington Journal Correspondent
Page 15 The Abington Journal Clarks Summit, PA Wednesday, May 8, 2013 WWW.THeaBINgTONJOURNaL.COM
April is a great month for
Troop 160 because April is
welcomed with warm weather
and numerous scouting
activities. One main activ-
ity was Troop 160s annual
shooting trip. This year, the
event was held at Stanns
Grove in RansomApril 20.
This trip is unique from others
because the scouts were able to
shoot .22 caliber rifes and 12
gauge shotguns all throughout
the day. The scouts had fun
practicing their skills or pos-
sibly learning how to operate
a frearm for the frst time. Be-
forehand, every scout attend-
ing the trip had to participate
in two safety meetings during
our regular scout meetings. We
go over basic gun safety and
proper handling. For many this
is previous knowledge, but we
review it every year in order
to prevent accidents. If scouts
grew tired of shooting, many
played Ultimate Frisbee or
explored the creek. The owners
of Stanns Grove were very
generous to let us use their
property for our shooting trip.
This has been our location for
the trip for several years and
Troop 160 is thankful.
The next Sunday, April 21,
was the Cub Scouts Blue and
Gold dinner. Cub Scouts is a
program specifcally designed
to build interest and prepare
young boys for Boy Scouts.
The last stage is Weblos II
rank. After the completion of
this, the boys cross over and
become Boy Scouts. The Blue
and Gold dinner is an of-
fcial ceremony honoring the
achievements of the Weblos II
scouts. At this event, they for-
mally transfer from Cub Scouts
in Boy Scouts. They receive an
Arrow of Light honoring their
completion of the Cub Scout
program. Also there is a feast
for all of the Cub Scouts to
enjoy as they watch their old-
est members cross over. This
important event was held at the
United Methodist Church in
the Fellowship Hall.
Lastly, April was concluded
by the Pinchot Trail hike on
the April 27 and 28. Agroup of
10 boys and four adults went
hiking early Saturday morning.
The Pinchot Trail is near the
Pittston area in Lackawanna
County. The trail was 10 miles
long and broken up into two
days. The scouts wore large
backpacks that contained all of
their gear and food. For most
of the boys, this was their frst
backpacking experience. The
Pinchot Trail is a nice hike
which prepares scouts for more
diffcult hikes in the future.
The scouts hiked with little
diffculties and fnished early.
We had peanut butter and jelly
pita pockets with granola bars
for lunch. We hiked for several
miles the frst day and set up
camp at Painters Creek. We
played around the creek and
set up an orienteering course.
Overall, we had a lot of fun at
our campsite. For dinner, we
had spaghetti. It was cooked
with small propane stoves
called Jet Boils. These are
portable stoves designed for
backpacking. Sunday morn-
ings breakfast was Pop Tarts
and oatmeal. On this day, we
fnished the 10 mile hike. Be-
fore we fnished the hike, we
visited an observation tower
on Big Pine Hill. This was a
scenic vista and had some nice
views.
Every April, a new group of
Cub Scouts cross over into Boy
Scouts. This period may be
diffcult, but Troop 160 assists
these boys in their transition.
We spend extra time with them
in order for the Cub Scouts to
feel welcomed. We organize
one on one training sessions
with them so they can advance
sooner. Troop 160s members
are a family and work together.
Remember a scout is helpful.
With Tyler
VanGorder
SCOUTING SCENE
Cub Scouts welcome new members
Tyler VanGorder has the rank of Eagle
in Boy Scout Troop 160 fromClarks
Summit. He is a senior student at
Abington Heights High School. For
more information, visit troop160bsa.
org.
Boy Scouts participate in their
annual shooting trip at Stanns
Grove in Ransom.
Pieces of the Abingtons
How well do you know the streets
where you live? The Abington
Journal puts your powers of observa-
tion to the test with our Pieces of
the Abingtons contest. Every other
week within the paper, well feature
a photograph of a landmark, architec-
tural structure or other local item in
public view in the Abingtons. Well
ask you to submit a guess as to where
the photo was taken and what is
featured in the photo. Then well enter
each correct answer in a drawing to
win a $10 gift certifcate from Lynns
Hallmark in Clarks Summit. Well
notify you if you win, and well print
the winning contestant and answer in
an upcoming edition of The Abington
Journal with the next contest photo.
Answer #144:
Bellissimo Restaurant, Routes 6 and
11, Chinchilla.
Winner #144: Tammy Kugler, of
Clarks Summit.
Abington JournAl/nAtAlie Mennicucci
Pieces of the Abingtons contest rules:
1. Identify the correct location of Photo #145 above.
2. Submit your entry by Friday, May 17, 2013.
3. Entry must include the correct location and/or description of
the Piece of the Abingtons featured in the current weeks photo.
4. Entry should include your name, address, contact number
(not for publication) and the correct answers. Entries should be
sent to: The Abington Journal, 211 S. State St., Clarks Summit, PA
18411 or news@theabingtonjournal.com.
5. Contestants can only win once in a 90-day period.
Sponsored by:
Derby party dazzles
with roses, fashion
There were hats, hats and more hats bedazzled
with feathers, fowers, ribbons and bows, ladies
wearing dresses in every color under the sun,
debonair men, and of course, vessels with bloom-
ing roses at the Voluntary Action Centers Run
for Roses at the 7th Annual Kentucky Derby
party at the Waverly Country Club May 4.
Under a brilliant blue sky, guests mingled and
sipped Mint Juleps and other cocktails while
the tunes of the Ron Leas Trio entertained in the
background.
Approximately 300 guests, including children,
attended the party, according to Deb Moran Pe-
terson, VAC executive director.
Peterson said, I think it was one of our most
beautiful events- from the glorious weather to the
creative decorations and the horses running in the
background. It was a day to relax and just enjoy
the sunshine, friendships, the wonderful food and
gorgeous surroundings.
Madalyne Sunday, daughter of Dr. Michael
and Katie Sunday, Clarks Summit, a sophomore
at Scranton Prep was elected The Queen of the
Derby.
Abington JournAl Photos/JoAn MeAd-MAtsui
Ashley Jones and Lisa Mastri with Jasper, owned by Angie Wilmarth, Blue Stone Valley
Acres.
ABOVE: Paula
Rochon Mack-
arey, Happen-
ings Magazine
AT LEFT:
Eleanor Gwyn-
Jones models
her derby hat.
Amy Woodruff
Madeleine Mackarey and Tate
Arnold
Al and Judy Scheatzle
Theresa Skotleski Ronan Farrell
Lea Arnold
Jim Peters, Regina Peters and Louis Cuck
ABOVE: Dana Baldoni, Michaela Moore and Kim Stevens.
AT RIGHT: Chandra Dombroski, Rianna Johns and Sharon Formica.
Prom celebrated in
Mardi Gras style
Students from Lackawanna
Trail Jr./Sr. High School in
Factoryville held their annual
prom May 3 at the Radisson in
Scranton.
The theme for the evening
was Mardi Gras Masquerade.
Photos courtesY Alice stuFFle
Shown, from left: Lackawa-
nna Trail Prom Queen Keirnan
Dougherty and Prom King Isaac
Barbolish.
Members of the Lackawanna Trail Prom Court, shown, front from left,
Princess Lindsay Bergey, Queen Keirnan Dougherty, Princess Julie
Scappatura and Princess Katie Seigle; back: Prince Matt Flynn, King
Isaac Barbolish, Prince Bradley Lochen and Prince Richard Fricke.
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700 Merchandise
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900 Real Estate
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Stone Company,
LLC, a Pennsylva-
nia limited liability
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vania on April 22,
2013 in accordance
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wealth of Pennsyl-
vania Limited Liabili-
ty Company Law of
1994, 15 Pa. C.S.A.
Section 890, as
amended.
Robert H. Sayers,
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ESTATE NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
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the estate of Mar-
jorie Alice Brauer, of
Dalton, Lackawanna
Count y, Pennsyl -
vania, date of death
on June 25, 2012.
Robert N. Brauer,
Executor. Creditors
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Estate of Mary Alice
Degilio, late of Old
Forge, Lackawanna
County, PA died
March 16, 2013. Let-
ters of Administra-
tion granted, all per-
sons having claims
against said Estate,
shall make them
known, present
them and all indebt-
ed to decedent shall
make immediate
payment to Vito
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IN RE: ESTATE OF
EVELYN J.
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LATE OF THE CITY
OF SCRANTON,
COUNTY OF LACK-
AWANNA AND
STATE OF PENN-
SYLVANIA: (DIED
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LETTERS TESTA-
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above estate hav-
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all persons having
claims or demands
against the estate
of the decedent
should make them
known and present
them, and all per-
sons indebted to
the decedent shall
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2013, in accor-
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Light of Christ
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and all acts and
things and to exer-
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powers which it
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after be lawful for
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do or exercise
under and pursuant
to the laws of the
Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania for the
purpose of accom-
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corporation. The
corporation does
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ESTATE OF DON-
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Webster Ave.,
Scranton, PA (died
March 24, 2013),
Letters of Adminis-
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on April 13, 2013, to
Raymond Scheller,
Administrator, all
persons having
claims against the
Estate or who are
indebted to the
Estate shall make
payment or make
claims to Raymond
Scheller, Adminis-
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or to Charles F. Wil-
son, Esq., Attorney
for the Estate, 800
Penn Security Bank
Building, 142 North
Washington
Avenue, Scranton,
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$38,025
$38,479
$39,999
$40,443
$41,479
$41,659
$47,842
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5D Hatchback...............................
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4D Sedan......................................
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2D Regular Cab ............................
4D Sedan......................................
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4D Sport Utility.............................
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4D Sedan......................................
4D Extended Cab..........................
4D Sedan......................................
4D Sport Utility.............................
4D Sedan......................................
2D Sport Utility.............................
4D Sport Utility.............................
4D Sedan......................................
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4D Sedan......................................
4D Sport Utility.............................
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4D Sport Utility.............................
4D Sedan......................................
2D Coupe......................................
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4D Sedan......................................
4D Sport Utility.............................
4D Sedan......................................
2D Coupe......................................
4D Crew Cab ................................
4D Sport Utility.............................
2D Sport Utility.............................
4D Quad Cab ................................
4D Sport Utility.............................
4D Sport Utility.............................
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4D Sport Utility.............................
4D Sedan......................................
4D Extended Cab..........................
4D Sport Utility.............................
4D Sport Utility.............................
4D Sport Utility.............................
4D Hatchback...............................
4D Sedan......................................
4D Sport Utility.............................
3D Hatchback...............................
4D Double Cab .............................
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4D Double Cab .............................
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4D Sport Utility.............................
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4D Sport Utility............................
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4D Sport Utility............................
4D Sport Utility............................
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4D Sport Utility............................
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4D Sport Utility............................
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4D Sport Utility............................
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4D Sport Utility............................
4D Crew Cab ...............................
4D Extended Cab.........................
4D Sedan.....................................
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4D Sport Utility............................
4D Crew Cab ...............................
4D Sport Utility............................
4D Sedan.....................................
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4D Sport Utility............................
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4D Sport Utility............................
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4D Sport Utility............................
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4D Sport Utility............................
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4D Sport Utility............................
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4D Double Cab ............................
4D Sport Utility............................
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2D Standard Cab.........................
4D Sport Utility............................
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South Abington, Pa 18411
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10 CIVIC LX SDN Red, 31K..................................NOW $14,500
10 CIVIC LXS SDN White, 46K.............................NOW $15,400
11 CIVIC EX CPE Red, 20K..................................NOW $16,350
12 CIVIC LX CPE Black, 12K.................................NOW $16,950
08 CIVIC LX SDN Navy, 49K.................................NOW $12,950
10 CIVIC LX SDN Titanium, 12K ............................NOW $15,750
10 CIVIC EX SDN Black, 42K................................NOW $15,950
10 CIVIC LX CPE White, 35K ................................NOW $14,950
10 CIVIC LX SDN Silver, 15K ................................NOW $15,750
10 CIVIC EX SDN Black, 24K................................NOW $16,950
12 CIVIC EX SDN Gray, 24K.................................NOW $18,950
PILOT 4WD
11 PILOT LX White, 22K ..........................................NOW $24,500
11 PILOT LX Gray, 23K............................................NOW $24,500
11 PILOT EX Gray, 40K ...........................................NOW $24,500
11 PILOT EX Black, 36K ..........................................NOW $25,750
11 PILOT EX Silver, 36K ..........................................NOW $25,750
11 PILOT EXL Red, 25K.........................................NOW $29,500
12 PILOT EXL Pearl, 13K........................................NOW $32,500
09 PILOT LX Cherry, 77K .........................................NOW $18,950
11 PILOT EXL Cherry, 21K......................................NOW $29,950
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ACCORDS
08 ACCORD EX SDN Red, 54K ..........................NOW $14,950
11 ACCORD LX SDN Silver, 31K .........................NOW $17,500
10 ACCORD EX SDN Gray, 28K..........................NOW $18,500
11 ACCORD LXP SDN White, 22K......................NOW $18,500
11 ACCORD EXL SDN Black, 18K ......................NOW $20,950
11 ACCORD LXP SDN Black, 24K......................NOW $18,500
10 ACCORD EX CPE 5SP Red, 15K.................NOW $18,750
10 ACCORD EXL CPE Gray, 29K........................NOW $19,950
11 ACCORD SE SDN Black, 31K .........................NOW $19,950
ODYSSEY
11 ODYSSEY EXL Gray, 41K ....................................NOW $27,750
10 ODYSSEY TOURING RDVD/NAV Black, 24K.NOW $26,950
10 ODYSSEY EXL W/ DVD Black, 26K...................NOW $25,950
11 ODYSSEY EXL Black, 36K ...................................NOW $27,750
CROSSTOUR 4WD
10 CROSSTOUR EXL V6 White, 42K................NOW $22,500
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Silver, 28K
Now $18,250
11 SUBARU LEGACY
LIMITED AWD
Pearl, 15K
Now $24,950
10 TOYOTA
HIGHLANDER AWD
Blue, 73K
Now $17,500
07 HONDA CRV
EXL 4WD
Gold, 124K
Now $7,500
00 LEXUS
RX300 AWD
Black, 84K
Now $7,950
00 HONDA ACCORD
EX CPE
White, 53K
Now $8,950
08 CHEVY IMPALA
LS SDN
Black, 102K
Now $10,500
06 HONDA CRV
EX 4WD
Silver, 48K
Now $11,500
09 NISSAN VERSA
S 4DR
White, 36K
Now $11,500
10 CHEVY AVEO
LT 5
Gray, 84K
Now $13,500
05 HONDA PILOT
EXL 4WD
Burgandy, 104K
Now $7,500
00 MAZDA
MIATA CONV
Silver, 85K
Now $12,500
04 TOYOTA
HIGHLANDER AWD
Silver, 54K
Now $9,750
07 FORD FOCUS
SE SEDAN
Sage, 48K
Now $12,500
08 MERCURY MILAN
PREMIER SDN
HONDA ACCORD
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04 EX, Gray, 50K $12,500
03 LX Green, 75K $9,999
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Brown, 47K $11,950
Silver, 88K
Now $6,950
02 CHEVY
TRACKER 4WD
Navy, 11K
Now $15,750
11 TOYOTA
S SDN
Gray, 77K
Now $10,950
06 NISSAN
ALTIMA SDN
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Now $11,950
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11 CRV LX Silver, 24K...............................................NOW $19,950
11 CRV SE White, 25K...............................................NOW $20,500
10 CRV EXL NAVI Titanium, 49K ...........................NOW $20,500
11 CRV EXL White, 18K............................................NOW $23,500
11 CRV EXL Black, 17K............................................NOW $24,500
11 CRV SE Sage, 28K ...............................................NOW $20,500
11 CRV LX Gray, 28K................................................NOW $20,950
10 CRV LX Gray, 49K................................................NOW $17,950
10 CRV LX Gray, 28K................................................NOW $19,950
11 CRV LX Gray, 28K................................................NOW $20,950
11 CRV SE Black, 14K...............................................NOW $22,950
FIT
10 FIT SPORT Red, 37K ............................................NOW $14,500
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557 Project/
Program
Management
548 Medical/Health
557 Project/
Program
Management
548 Medical/Health
412 Autos for Sale
518 Customer
Support/Client Care
548 Medical/Health
412 Autos for Sale
518 Customer
Support/Client Care
548 Medical/Health
412 Autos for Sale
518 Customer
Support/Client Care
548 Medical/Health
412 Autos for Sale
518 Customer
Support/Client Care
412 Autos for Sale
FIND NEWROADS SYLVESTER CHEVROLET
SPRING SALES EVENT!
**Must own 99 or newer Chevy/GMCTruck/SUV. *** Must trade in a 99 or newer vehicle. All Payments & tax.
2009 CHEVY
AVALANCHE Z71 4X4
$27,995* $23,995*
V-6 Auto, Heated
Leather, Sunroof, 10K
2012 CHEVY
CAPTIVA LTZ AWD
V8, Auto, Heated Leather,
Sunroof, One Owner,
Certied, 37K
$15,295*
2012 MALIBU LS
V8, PW, PL, 39K, Certied
2009 CHEVY
SILVERADO EXT.
CAB 4X4
$21,995* $16,495*
2009 CHEVY
EQUINOX LT
V-6, Auto, Sunroof, PW, PD
38,000 miles
4 Cyl, Auto, PW,PD,
CD, 14k
Family Owned & Operated for Over 40 Years
Disclaimer: *All prices. Plus tax and tags. All Applicable Rebates Included. Pictures are for illustration purposes only. GoodThru 5/31/13
2013 CHEVY EQUINOX LS
MSRP $26,765
Lease For
$299/39mos.
Buy For $
24,858
*
Lease For
$217/36mos.
Buy For $
17,670
*
2013 CHEVY CRUZE LS
MSRP $19,035
2013 CHEVY MALIBU LT
MSRP $25,210
Lease For
$278/39mos.
Buy For $
22,381
*
2013 SILVERADO EXT CAB Z71 4x4
MRSP $38,345
Lease For
$369/39mos.
Buy For $
29,185
**
Buy For $
15,284
*
2013 CHEVY SONIC LS
4cyl, auto,
PW, PL
MSRP $16,090
2013 CHEVY TRAVERSE LS
MSRP $34,445
Lease For
$335/39mos.
Buy For $
32,019
*
Mon.-Thurs 9am-7:30pm
Fri. 9am-5pm
Sat. 9am-3pm
Sunday Browsing
Family Owned & Operated for Over 40 Years
1609 MAIN AVE., PECKVILLE EXIT 190 OFF 1-81
(Right At the Light, Go 4 Miles to Our Door)
570-489-7586
www.sylvesterchevrolet.com FIND NEWROADS
Ask about AARP Disc.
V6, PW, PL, 13K
2012 JEEP
LIBERTY SPORT
$16,995*
8
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No Weekends or Holidays!
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WE CONTINUE TO GROW AND ARE NOW HIRING FOR:
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You can visit our website @ www.telerx.com and complete the
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OPENHOUSE
Monday, May 6 10:00am-5:00pm
Hanover Industrial Estates
600 Lasley Avenue, Wilkes-Barre, Pa 18706
As PAs largest community hospital, Wilkes-Barre General Hospital is
home to an array of advanced signature services that define its role as the
regions leader in primary and specialty care. We are seeking qualified
candidates in the following areas as our patient volume continues to grow:
The Director of Pharmacy Services supervises and coordinates the
activities of personnel in the Hospital Pharmacy and the Outpatient
Pharmacy. Minimum five (5) years experience as a hospital staff
Pharmacist including three (3) years on supervisory level required.
Current Pennsylvania Registered Pharmacist; basic financial
and business background helpful. Hospital Pharmacy Residence
may be applied toward experience requirement.
We offer excellent working conditions and competitive wages
commensurate with experience, a comprehensive benefits package
including tuition reimbursement. For immediate consideration
and/or more information on job descriptions and requirements,
please visit our website at www.wilkesbarregeneral.net
to submit your application/rsum.
E.O.E. M/F/D/V
DIRECTOR OF PHARMACY SERVICES
ADVANCEMENT SERVICES AND
PROSPECT RESEARCH MANAGER
The Commonwealth Medical College (TCMC) is
searching for an Advancement Services and
Prospect Research Manager. This position is
responsible for conducting detailed research in
order to identify viable prospects. An important
aspect of this position is to compile standardized
reports, comprehensive profiles, and/or biographical
sketches and make recommendations for
development action.
A Bachelors Degree is required. A minimum of
three years of prospect research or business analysis
experience preferred. Related experience will be
considered. A high level of record keeping and data
management experience is necessary.
The successful candidate will have excellent
computer skills, written and oral communication
skills, ability to multi-task and attention to detail.
Please submit a cover letter and resume to:
Human Resources, The Commonwealth Medical
College, 525 Pine Street, Scranton, PA 18509 or
electronically to hr@tcmedc.org
The Commonwealth Medical College is an
equal opportunity employer.
EXPERIENCED CAREGIVERS NEEDED
Visiting Angels is looking for experienced
compassionate and reliable caregivers
to work in the homes of the elderly.
1st, 2nd and 3rd shifts immediately
available in Luzerne County.
Must have reliable vehicle, valid
drivers license and references.
We offer flexibility, weekend shift
differentials and a competitive rate.
Call 570-270-6703 today! or email
skahlau@visitingangels.com
Why Visiting Angels?
Because we care about our caregivers.
EOE
310 Attorney
Services
FREE Bankruptcy
Consultation
Payment plans.
Carol Baltimore
570-822-1959
380 Travel
Black Lake, NY
Come relax & enjoy
great fishing &
tranquility at its finest.
Housekeeping
cottages on the water
with all the
amenities of home.
NEED A VACATION?
Call
Now!
(315) 375-8962
daveroll@black
lakemarine.com
www.blacklake4fish.com
412 Autos for Sale
FORD 08 FOCUS SE
Silver, black interior.
4 door sedan.
Power windows
and locks, CD. 104k
highway miles.
Runs excellent.
$6800 negotiable.
570-578-9222
KIA `10 RIO LX
4 door sedan, auto,
air, CD, 51,470
miles, Runs great,
good gAs mileage,
excellent condition.
$8,500.
(570) 459-0360
TOYOTA 04 CELICA GT
112K miles. Blue,
5 speed. Air,
power
windows/locks,
CD/cassette, Key-
less entry, sun-
roof, new battery.
Car drives and
has current PA
inspection. Slight
rust on corner of
passenger door.
Clutch slips on
hard acceleration.
This is why its
thousands less
than Blue Book
value. $6,500
OBO. Make an
offer! Call
570-592-1629
Shopping for a
new apartment?
Classified lets
you compare costs -
without hassle
or worry!
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with classified!
415 Autos-Antique
& Classic
MAZDA `88 RX-7
CONVERTIBLE
1 owner, garage
kept, 65k original
miles, black with
grey leather interior,
all original & never
seen snow. $7,995.
Call 570-237-5119
439 Motorcycles
SUZUKI 01 VS 800
GL INTRUDER
Garage kept, no
rust, lots of
chrome, black with
teal green flake.
Includes storage
jack & 2 helmets.
$3600
570-410-1026
442 RVs & Campers
EXPEDITION 03 37U
CUMMINS 300
DIESEL PUSHER
19,000 miles, 2
slides, 7.5 kw Gen.
2 Air Cond.
Microwave-Convec-
tion Oven
4 Door Fridge - with
Automatic Ice
maker. Heated
holding tanks
Corian Counter
Tops. 2 TV - Sur-
round sound,
Cherry Cabinets,
Ice Maker
Washer-Dryer
Sleeps 6, Queen
Beds, Back up
Camera
Recently Inspected.
Garaged in winter.
$59,900.00
570-288-2649
451 Trucks/
SUVs/Vans
CHEVROLET `98
SILVERADO 1500
EXTENDED CAB LS
Runs great! 211,000
miles, 4x4, new
windshield, alter-
nator, front wheel
studs, spark plug
wires, ignition mod-
ule, brakes, throttle
body gasket, 3 oxy-
gen sensors, fuel
pump, tank, & filter.
New tires with alloy
rims. New transmis-
sion. $3,500, OBO.
570-793-5593
457 Wanted to Buy
Auto
All
Junk
Cars &
Trucks
Wanted
Highest
Prices
Paid In
CA$H
FREE
PICKUP
570-574-1275
509 Building/
Construction/
Skilled Trades
ALTAR BREAD DEPT
The Passionist
Nuns of St.
Gabriels
Monastery in
Clarks Summit are
seeking someone
to train to make
Communion
Hosts.Call Altar
Bread Dept
586-2791 for
interview.
CARPENTER &
CARPENTERS HELPER
Full Time
Immediate Start.
Must have valid
drivers license and
own transportation.
Call 570-696-4732
HEAVY EQUIPMENT
Operator Career! 3
weeks hands on
training school. Bull-
dozers, Backhoes,
Excavators. Nation-
al certifications.
Lifetime job place-
ment assistance. VA
benefits eligible.
1-866-362-6497
533 Installation/
Maintenance/
Repair
AIRLINE CAREERS :
Begin here-Become
an Aviation Mainte-
nance Tech. FAA
approved training.
Financial aid if quali-
fied-Housing avail-
able. Job placement
assistance.
CALL Aviation Insti-
tute of Maintenance
888-834-9715
542 Logistics/
Transportation
DRIVERS company
solo & team OTR
lanes. Sign on
incentive solos
$2,000 & teams
$5,000. Competitive
pay. Great home-
time. CDL-A with 1
year OTR & Hazmat
end. 888-705-3217
To place your
ad call...829-7130
DRIVERS: Hiring
Experienced/Inex-
perienced Tanker
Drivers! Earn up to
$.51/mile! New Fleet
Volvo Tractors! 1
Year OTR Experi-
ence required
Tanker Training
Available. Call
Today: 877-882-
6537 www.Oakley
Transport.com
542 Logistics/
Transportation
DRIVERS CDL - A
Averitt offers a
strong, stable, prof-
itable career. Expe-
rienced drivers and
recent grads. Excel-
lent benefits, weekly
hometime, paid
training. 888-362-
8608 AverittCa-
reers.com EOE
DRIVER Two raises
in first year.Qualify
for any portion of
$.03/mile quarterly
bonus. $.01 Safety,
$.01 Production,
$.01 MPG. 3 months
OTR experience.
800-414-9569
driveknight.com
DRIVERS: CRST
offers the Best
Lease Purchase
Program! SIGN ON
BONUS. No Down
Payment or Credit
Check. Great Pay.
Class-A CDL
required. Owner
Operators Welcome!
Call: 866-403-7044
LINEUP
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DRIVERS: Experi-
enced Reefer Dri-
vers. GREAT PAY
/Freight lanes from
Presque Isle, ME,
Boston-Lehigh, PA.
800-277-0212 or
primeinc.com
DRIVERS Experi-
enced CDL-A owner
operators wanted.
$2,000 solo sign-on
incentive. $5,000
team sign on incen-
tive. Long haul
freight. Competitive
pay package. Paid
load and empty
miles. Also hiring
company teams.
Call 866-938-7803
or apply online at
drivenctrans.com
DRIVERS: Gordon
Trucking Inc. CDL A
Drivers needed. Up
to $3,000 SIGN ON
BONUS. Refrigerat-
ed fleet & great
miles. Pay incentive
& benefits.
Recruiters available
7 days week. EOE
TeamGTI.com
866-554-7856
DRIVERS Highest
paid in the industry.
Up to $0.52 per
mile. No truck older
than 2010. Call or
apply online today
800-441-4953 DRI-
VEHEARTLAND.CO
M
DRIVERS Transfer
drivers. Need CDL A
or B contract driv-
ers, to relocate
vehicles from local
body plants to vari-
ous locations
throughout the US.
No forced dispatch.
1-800-501-3783
mamo
transportation.com
548 Medical/Health
GOLDEN LIVING
CENTER
TUNKHANNOCK
Director of Clinical
Education &
Part Time and Per
Diem RN's all shifts
Apply in person at
30 Virginia Drive
Tunkhannock,
PA 18657
www.goldenliving.com
570-836-5166 or
fax 570-836-7756
EOE M/F/D/V
SLEEP LAB
TECHNICIAN
Need registered
(RPSGT) board
certified or board
eligible. Part time
or Per Diem. Sleep
Lab Technician.
Send resume to
Sleep &
Neurological
PO BOX 100
Mountain Top, PA
18707
551 Other
WEEKENDS ARE
MADE FOR FUN
Share your good
times with chil-
dren. FCCY is
looking for week-
end & full time
foster parents.
fccy.org Call
1-800-747-3807
EOE
Job Fair Job Fair
Open House Open House
Workforce
Resources
On-Site @
Valmont Newmark
225 Kiwanis Blvd.
West Hazleton,
PA 18202
(Valmont Ind. Park)
Wednesday May
8th 9am to 3pm
Accepting
Applications &
Resume.
Exp. Welders
Material Handlers
Pre-Screening
available Good
Salary Range.
Additional
Information
Contact Workforce
454-8810
566 Sales/Retail/
Business
Development
MARKETING/SALES
Full Time, Part Time
experienced Mar-
keting/Salesper-
sons. Identify and
connect with senior
executives, open
doors and arrange
meetings. Must
have excellent
phone skills.
Fax Resume to:
(866) 969-0690
Email to: CMCNorth
east@verizon.net
600
FINANCIAL
610 Business
Opportunities
VISUAL
COMMUNICATIONS
BIZ FOR SALE
B to B Services
Repeat Client
Base
Low Overhead
Great Location
High Net to Gross
No Experience
Necessary
Finance & Training
Available
1-800-796-3234
630 Money To Loan
We can erase
your bad credit -
100% GUARAN-
TEED. Attorneys
for the Federal
Trade Commission
say theyve never
seen a legitimate
credit repair opera-
tion. No one can
legally remove
accurate and timely
information from
your credit report.
Its a process that
starts with you and
involves time and a
conscious effort to
pay your debts.
Learn about manag-
ing credit and debt
at ftc. gov/credit. A
message from The
Times Leader and
the FTC.
700
MERCHANDISE
708 Antiques &
Collectibles
ANTIQUE LOVERS
TAKE NOT: BRIM-
FIELD, MA. starts
Tuesday May 14th.
5,000 dealers of
antiques/col-
lectibles. Visit brim-
field.com For info on
20 individual show
openings. May 14-19
2013.
YEARBOOKS.
Coughlin (30) 28-
2000. GAR -(18))
37-06, Meyers (15)
53-03, Pittston (6)
67-75, WVW (12),
1967-2000,Kingston
(11) 32-52, Hazle-
ton, (8) 40-61,
Plains, (3) 66-68,
Hanover 51-74.
Prices vary depend-
ing on condition.
$20-$40 each. Call
for further details &
additional school
editions. 570-825-
4721 arthurh302@
aol.com
710 Appliances
FREEZER. stand up
Gibson Budget
Master 70x32 white
very good condition,
working. clean $75
OBO. 570-675-8129
STOVE Americana
black, gas stove,
excellent condition,
$250 570-822-1821.
720 Cemetery
Plots/Lots
ABINGTON HLLS
CEMETERY
Laburnum Section
Plots 1, 2, 3 & 4,
Section 100.
$2,000 for all +
transfer fees.
214-773-4894
744 Furniture &
Accessories
CHAIRS, (2)
Genuine
leather, cus-
tom made
recliners.
Taupe color,
like new. $550
each.
570-675-5046
ATTENTION VENDORS
Decorative/Sea-
sonal/Accent
Pieces for sale.
Purchase sepa-
rately or all.
Call 675-5046
after 6PM
CLARKS GREEN
408 Glenburn Road
May 9th, 10th &
11th. Thurs, Fri &
Sat. 9-4 Contents
of fine home that
include furniture,
Grandfather clock,
piano, doll collec-
tion, brass, pewter,
silver & copper
items. Music boxes,
jewelry, collectibles,
Disney originals,
Yogi Berra signed
lithographs, fine
rugs, household
items & much more
CLARKS SUMMIT
123 Sumner Ave.
Sat., May 11, 9-12
Clothing 18 & 1X-2X,
size 10 shoes. Ex-
cellent condition,
name brand, acces-
sories. most items
$5, Jeep Wrangler
tires.
LINE UP
A GREAT DEAL...
IN CLASSIFIED!
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on an automobile?
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Its a showroom in print!
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the directions!
SHAVERTOWN
180 Manor Drive
Fri.& Sat.
May 10th & 11th,
Furniture includes
living room, end &
coffee tables,
lamps, like new
leather recliner,
dinette set with
hutch, Native
American sou-
venirs, large quanti-
ty household items,
tools, Craftsman
riding mower with
bagger, Craftsman
trimmer mower &
Craftsman snow-
blower. Antiques &
vintage include:
beautiful cherry
bedroom and dining
room suites, lamps,
dresser, rolltop
desk, Griswold cast
iron & more!
Great Sale
Reasonable Prices!
754 Machinery &
Equipment
SAWMILLS: From
only $3,997.00-
Make & Save Money
with your own band-
mill- Cut lumber any
dimension. In stock
ready to ship. FREE
Info/DVD: www.Nor-
woodSawmills.com
1-800-578-1363
Ext.300N
758 Miscellaneous
RETIRING,
MUST SELL!
1 hydraulic chair, 1
styling station, 1
shampoo chair, 1
shampoo bowl,
desk, display
cabinet & more!
570-654-0998
776 Sporting Goods
BICYCLE
20 GIRLS
MURRAY DAZZLER
Powder blue with
pink trim accents &
wheels, white tires.
Front & rear brakes
plus coaster foot
brake. Good
condition $25.
570-814-9574
HUNTING CLOTH-
ING. Bib overalls,
vest, hat, cap,
gloves, seat, carry
bag. Orange. $50
570-675-8129
796 Wanted to Buy
Merchandise
WANTED
JEWELRY
WILKES BARREGOLD
( 570) 48GOLD8
( 570) 484- 6538
Highest Cash Pay-
Outs Guaranteed
Open 6 Days
a Week
10am- 6pm
Cl osed Thursdays
1092 Highway 315 Blvd.
( Pl aza 315)
315N, 1/ 2 mi l e
bef ore Mohegan
Sun Casi no
We Pay At Least
80% of the London
Fix Market Price
for All Gold Jewelry
WilkesBarreGold.com
or email us at
wilkesbarregold@
yahoo.com
London PM
Gold Price
May 7 - $1,444.25
800
PETS & ANIMALS
815 Dogs
YORKIE PUPS
Teacup, CKC, 7
weeks, blue & gold.
Ready 5/17.
$800-$950
570-436-5083
900
REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE
906 Homes for Sale
Having trouble
paying your mort-
gage? Falling
behind on your
payments? You
may get mail from
people who promise
to forestall your
foreclosure for a fee
in advance. Report
them to the Federal
Trade Commission,
the nations con-
sumer protection
agency. Call 1-877-
FTC-HELP or click
on ftc.gov. A mes-
sage from The
Times Leader and
the FTC.
Line up a place to live
in classified!
DALLAS
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
9 Westminster Dr.
4 bedroom brick
ranch. 2,800 sq. ft.
Totally renovated. 2
1/2 car garage. Low
taxes, corner lot.
See ZILLOW for
details. $274,000.
Call 570-878-3150
746 Garage Sales/
Estate Sales/
Flea Markets
746 Garage Sales/
Estate Sales/
Flea Markets
PAGE 23 Abington Journal WEDNESDAY MAY 8, 2013
906 Homes for Sale
KINGSTON
For Sale by Owner.
229 Pringle Street
Single home, 3 bed-
rooms. Remodeled,
Kitchen & bath,
concrete cellar,
huge walk up attic,
deck & new roof.
570-287-3927
LAKEFRONT
COTTAGE
LAKE COMO,
WAYNE COUNTY
QUIET, PEACEFUL
LOT ON PRIVATE,
NON-MOTOR-
BOATING LAKE;
YEAR ROUND,
GREAT RETIRE-
MENT OR VACA-
TION PROPERTY;
SEE DETAILS AND
PICTURES AT:
LAKEHOUSE.COM
AD# 275333
OR CALL JIM
570-785-3888
$269,900
TAXES LESS THAN
$2,500.
WILKES-BARRE
EAST END SECTION
Great starter
home, 3 bedrooms,
1 modern bath.
Updated kitchen,
new roof, windows
& furnace. Off
street parking,
fenced in back
yard. New back
porch. All appli-
ances included.
$42,500
570-235-1210 after
5:30 pm.
912 Lots & Acreage
DALLAS
GREENBRIAR RETIRE-
MENT COMMUNITY
Only eight lots
left. Custom
design you home
the way you want it.
Call 570-675-1300
LUZERNE COUNTY
LAND BARGAIN
BUY NOW PAY NO
CLOSING COSTS
No Time Frame
To Build
30 Mile Views
2 Acres $39,900
7 Acres $89,900
Estate Sized Prop-
erties Priced To
Sell, #1 School
District In North-
eastern Pa. Finance
with Only 10%
Down. Call
570-245-6288
SWOYERSVILLE
100 x 150, cleared,
surveyed level
building lot. Utilities
are available.
$24,900.
Call: 570-288-4899
924 Out of State
Properties
NY UPSTATE COUN-
TRYSIDE SPRING
LAND SALE. $5,000
off each lot. 6 acres
with trout stream
$29,995. 3 acres
So. Tier $15,.995./
5/7 acres on the
river $39,995.
Beautiful & all guar-
anteed buildable.
Financing available.
Offers end 5/15/13.
Call now 1-800-229-
7843 landand-
camps.com
938 Apartments/
Furnished
WILKES-BARRE
VICTORIAN CHARM
34 W. Ross St.
Fully furnished,
1st floor, 1 bed-
room, all appli-
ances and most
utilities included.
Secure, private off
street parking.
Historic building is
non smoking/no
pets. Base rent
$800/mo. Securi-
ty, references
required. View at
houpthouse.com
570-762-1453
941 Apartments/
Unfurnished
FORTY FORT
2 bedrooms, 2nd
floor. Off street
parking. Heat, hot
water & trash
included. Coin op
washer/dryer.
$625/month,
references,
security & lease.
No smoking.
No pets
Available May 1st
Call 570-760-4830
FORTY FORT
2nd floor, one bed-
room, living room,
office. Nice kitchen
with refrigerator &
stove. Large bath,
many closets &
large storage area.
Washer/dryer hook
up. Heat & water
included. No pets.
600/month + securi-
ty., 570-574-2829
941 Apartments/
Unfurnished
FORTY FORT
Available NOW!
Large living room
and bedroom, sec-
ond floor apart-
ment. Off-street
parking for two
cars. On site wash-
er and dryer for
tenants use. Indoor
cats allowed, up to
two only. $585/per
month includes
everything except
phone and cable.
Call (570) 287-2765
Kingston &
Surrounding Areas
APARTMENTS
AVAILABLE
KINGSTON:
1 and 2 bedrooms
WYOMING:
1 and 2 bedrooms
WILKES-BARRE:
4 Bedroom
1/2 Double
WILKES-BARRE:
3 Bedroom
brick home.
Appliances,sewer
are included.
Lease, credit check
Priced affordable !
Call: Tina Randazzo
@ 899-3407 for
info/appt.
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KINGSTON
E. E. W Walnut alnut St. St.
2nd floor. Located in
quiet neighborhood.
Kitchen, living room,
dining room, sun-
room, bath, 3 bed-
rooms; 2 large & 1
small. Lots of clos-
ets, built-in linen
closet & hutch.
Hardwood & car-
peted floors. Fire-
place. Storage
room. Yard. Washer
/ dryer, stove /
fridge. Heat and hot
water included. 1
year lease + securi-
ty. $950
570-283-4370
KINGSTON
EATON TERRACE
317 N. Maple Ave.
2 story 2 bed-
room, 1.5 bath @
$850. + utilities.
Two story 3 bed-
room, 2.5 baths @
$1,110. + utilities.
Central heat & air,
washer/dryer in
unit, on site park-
ing. 1 mo. security
570-262-6947
LARKSVILLE
AVAILABLE
IMMEDIATELY!!
Spacious 2 bed-
room, newly reno-
vated. W/d hookup.
Plenty of parking.
Includes. heat, hot
water and water.
No pets. $675 + 1
month security,
electric & garbage.
845-386-1011
PITTSTON
2nd floor, 4 rooms &
bath. Washer/dryer
hook up. Heat & hot
water furnished. No
smoking, no pets.
Security & refer-
ences. $695/mo.
570-654-1193
PITTSTON
EFFICIENCY
Unfurnished.
1 bedroom,
kitchen, living
room. All appli-
ances included.
$650/month+
Security deposit
and references
814-2752
W-B/
PLAINS AREA
AMERICA
REALTY
Apartment
570-288-1422
AP APAR ARTMENT TMENT
BEAUTIFUL BEAUTIFUL
BUS STOP/
STORES
BRICK DUPLEX
BRAND NEW -
CLEAN. 2nd
floor. 1 bedroom
remodeled!
Maple kitchen,
built-ins, porch,
tiled bath, laun-
dry. Convenient
neighborhood.
BUS STOP MINI
MART & MORE!
Managed. $550
+ utilities. No
Pets. 2 YEAR
SAME RENT.
APPLICATION,
EMPLOYMENT
941 Apartments/
Unfurnished
WILKES-BARRE
Mayflower
Crossing
Apartments
570.822.3968
1, 2, 3 & 4
Bedrooms
- Light & bright
open floor plans
- All major
appliances included
- Pets welcome*
- Close to everything
- 24 hour emergency
maintenance
- Short term
leases available
Call TODAY For
AVAILABILITY!!
www.mayflower
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944 Commercial
Properties
COMMERCIAL RETAIL
PROPERTY FOR RENT:
900 Sq. Ft.
STORE RETAIL
SPACE
Will be vacant
as of
January 1, 2013
200 Spring St.
Wilkes-Barre
Great for a
Barber Shop!
Call Michael at
570-239-7213
DOLPHIN PLAZA
Rte. 315
2,400 Sq. Ft.
1,200 Sq. Ft.
Professional office
space. Will divide
office / retail
Call 570-829-1206
KINGSTON
GREAT SPACE
18 Pierce Street
Available immedi-
ately, off street
parking, air. $300
& up/month. All
utilities included.
570-690-0564
315 PLAZA
1,750 SQ. FT. &
2,400 SQ.FT
OFFICE/RETAIL
2,000 FT.
Fully Furnished
With Cubicles.
570-829-1206
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950 Half Doubles
NANTICOKE
Large 3 bedroom
with 2 full baths,
includes Stove,
Fridge, Washer &
Dryer. Sewer and
garbage also includ-
ed. $750. a month.
$40 application fee.
570-736-6068
PLAINS
LUXURY DUPLEX
This beautiful, com-
pletely renovated 2
bedroom luxury
apartment could be
yours! All new high
end amenities in-
clude: hardwood
floors, gorgeous
maple kitchen cabi-
nets with granite
countertops & stain-
less steel appli-
ances. Spacious
great room with gas
fireplace. Tile bath,
stacked wash-
er/dryer. Large
screened-in porch.
Many large, conven-
ient closets. Central
A/C. New gas heat-
ing system. Huge
attic for storage.
Must See! $1,000
+ utilities, lease &
security. NO PETS,
NO SMOKING
570-793-6294
WILKES-BARRE
Available Immediately,
Old River Road, 3
story, 6 bedroom,
half-double, off
street parking, and
a large fenced in
yard, Section 8 OK,
Pets Welcome.
570-266-5335
953Houses for Rent
DORRANCE TOWNSHIP
Crestwood School,
7 minutes to 81. 3-4
bedrooms, 2 1/2
baths, with an
above ground pool.
$1,200/month, first
and last months
rent+security. Credit
and background
checks. Pets con-
sidered. Call Diane,
570-239-9633
953Houses for Rent
EDWARDSVILLE
Kingston Vicinity
AMERICA
REALTY
Home
570-288-1422
HOUSE HOUSE
BEAUTIFUL BEAUTIFUL
Includes white
colonial kitchen,
center island, all
appliances, 2 glass
/ windowed
enclosed porches,
gas fireplace, 1.5
baths & more. 2
YEAR SAME RENT
$900/month
+ utilities. NO PETS/
EMPLOYMENT
VERIFICATION.
971 Vacation &
Resort Properties
HARVEYS LAKE
Furnished Summer
Home. Starting June
to end of August.
College students
welcome in Sept.
Lake rights. Call for
details.
570-639-5041
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selection of afford-
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partial weeks. Call
for FREE brochure.
Open daily. Holiday
Real Estate. 1-800-
638-2102. Online
reservations:
www.holidayoc.com
1000
SERVICE
DIRECTORY
1162 Landscaping/
Garden
BAREFOOT
GROUNDS KEEPING
- Grass Cutting,
aerating, fertilizing,
mulching, weeding,
pruning, garden
tilling.
- Painting, fencing,
stonewalls,
power washing.
- Tree and snow
removal.
Fully insured
Credit cards
accepted
Commercial or
Residential
Please contact
Roger:
570-760-7249
email:
schichi@ptd.net
1165 Lawn Care
GRASS CUTTING
Affordable, reliable,
meticulous. Rates
as low as $20.
Emerald Green
570-825-4963
1231 Pool & Spa
Repair/Services
RK POOLS & MORE
Pool openings, liner
changes, and
installations. Patios,
Decks and fencing.
Insured.
570-592-2321
1336 Window
Cleaning
PJs Window
Cleaning &
Janitorial
Services
Windows, Gutters,
Carpets, Power
washing and more.
INSURED/BONDED.
pjswindowcleaning.com
570-283-9840
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