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THE WHITE HAVEN JOURNAL VOL. 30, NO. 6 THE WEATHERLY HERALD
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Lehigh supervisors remove secretary


by Donnell Stump session, followed by a motion from Paula Sakse-Hoffman for legal
The Lehigh Township Supervisors supervisor Eric Brill to “remove or expenses incurred fighting a lawsuit
meeting on Monday, October 4, dismiss Paula Sakse-Hoffman as and charges brought against them
ended with a surprise executive garbage fee collector, secretary/ by former township supervisor
treasurer and right-to-know officer.” Floyd Hoffman. The charges, law-
THIS WEEK IN Supervisor Larry Skinner seconded suit and request for repayment of
WHITE HAVEN the motion and on a roll call vote legal fees all came about because
Thursday, October 7 both voted yes, with Wayne Wagner Sharlene Strauss and Sakse-
Joy Through Movement – 10:00 also voting yes, adding “regret- Hoffman were originally involved in
a.m. – W.H. United Methodist tably…yes.” As soon as the vote the incident while on township busi-
Church was taken, the supervisors voted ness surveying for residences that
W.H. Area Senior Citizens Meeting unanimously to advertise for a sec- should have been on the garbage
– 1:00 p.m. – V.F.W. Post 6615
East Side Borough Council Meet-
retary/treasurer and right-to-know collection list. Both women were on
ing – 7:00 p.m. – Borough Building officer. They followed that move with the township payroll at the time.
Narcotics Anonymous Meeting – a motion to name Brill to the post on Strauss alleged that the supervi-
7:00 p.m. – Mountainview Com- an interim basis. That vote was also sors held the executive session inThe Albrightsville Volunteer Fire Company held a groundbreaking cer-
munity Church unanimous as was the motion to September illegally, citing reasons
Kidder Township Volunteer Fire
emony on Saturday, October 2, for their newest addition, a three-bay
Company #1 Meeting – 7:30 p.m.
adjourn, which came immediately for which an executive session garage. The new building will offer wider doors for the newest equip-
– Lehigh Tannery Fire House after. could be held and claiming that they
ment, and allow for all the company’s firefighting equipment to be in
Friday, October 8 Earlier in the meeting, the super- met none of those reasons. She one place. At the event, the AVFC gave special thanks to the Walter
W.H. Food Pantry – 11:00 a.m. to visors reported on an executive ses- argued that the three supervisors Kibler family, who donated the land where the AVFC is located. In the
Noon – Rear, Haven Hall, White sion held at the close of the should not have taken a vote at the
photo, Fire Chief Bruce Berger is showing three of Walter Kibler’s 16
Haven Center September 7 meeting. During that executive session. Attorney Georgegrandchildren, Lee, Robert and Dennis Kibler, the brass plaque that
Free Community Lunch – 11:30 session, the supervisors came to Hludzik suggested that the ex-
a.m. – St. Paulʼs Lutheran Parish
will be mounted on the new building (Fire Co. President Rich
Hall
the consensus not to reimburse ecutive session in September was Smallenburg is in the background). The Kibler family members were
Sharlene and Andy Strauss and Please turn to page B3 also given a wall plaque to take home. Photo by Seth Isenberg
Saturday, October 9
Autumn Fest Bazaar – 9:00 a.m. to
3:00 p.m. – St. Paulʼs Lutheran
Parish Hall
Squad Dedication – 2:00 to 6:00
Land and land use topics at Penn Lake
by Seth Isenberg work notice on excavating and She also shared that the four home- Ads will be placed seeking bids
p.m. – Kidder Township Volunteer
Fire Company #1, Lehigh Tannery
September’s Penn Lake Borough spoke with the property owner, and owners not hooked up to the sewer for paving Darby Lane. The borough
Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting - Council meeting, on the 14th, cov- gave information to three property had received letters, and the solici- will also be advertising for snow
7:00 p.m. – St. Patrickʼs Parish ered a lot of ground…beaches, owners planning a new homes – tor is following up. plowing bids for 2011.
Center lakeside property, the playground one by demolishing an existing Council decided to switch Fritz to A discussion about advertising
Sunday, October 10 and even sewers. house. become roads chairman and garbage bids was tabled – there
175th Anniversary Service – 11:00 The 23 citizens attending were Council member Ned McGuire Sudimak to lake management. was talk about bidding for up to five
a.m. - W.H. United Methodist first given a police report. White was unable to stay. Frank Fritz had Discussion about revising the years of service. It was agreed to
Church
W.H. United Methodist Church
Haven Police Department officer-in- no report about the lake, and Jack burning ordinance was tabled. have a work session on the topic
175th Anniversary Dinner Recep- charge Tom Szoke reported that the Kile had no news about tests to the Volunteers are going to be signed and advertise in October. It was
tion – 2:00 p.m. - St. Patrickʼs department has earned a grant to dam. Margo Beckerman noted that up to pull the weeds at the play- suggested that, rather than having a
Parish Center fund roving DUI patrols, with some ‘we have to put up ‘No Swimming’ ground.
Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting - Please turn to page A6
of that time spend in Penn Lake signs” now that the borough has Mayor Bill Warner reported that
7:00 p.m. – Mountainview Com-
munity Church
Borough. Szoke reported eight calls stopped testing the lake water. After he had a call about eight people, THIS WEEK IN
for service during the month. There discussion, it was noted that the including a small child, in a boat on
Monday, October 11
Columbus Day Legal Holiday
were a variety of vehicle and traffic beach will remain open and that the lake without life jackets. He WEATHERLY
Free Community Lunch – 11:30 stops, and an investigation of van- people can swim at their own risk. spoke with them. Thursday, October 7
a.m. – St. Paulʼs Lutheran Parish dalism. He also notes that some V. P. Barb Sudimak had no report. Borough solicitor Don Karpowich Weatherly Rotary Club Dinner
Hall Meeting – 6:30 p.m. – Weatherly
money from traffic ticket fines President Jill Rosenstock noted that there was an executive
TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Country Inn
should begin to come in to the bor- announced that there is a sheet session held to discuss litigation. Weatherly Area Flower Club
Meeting – 5:45 p.m. - W.H. United
Methodist Church Social Hall
ough. available to residents about the care Attorney Karpowich will advertise Meeting – 7:00 p.m. – Zions Luth-
White Haven Borough Council Vascar lines are being painted to of grinder pumps – she reports that public hearings on ordinance eran Church Annex
Meeting – 7:00 p.m. – Municipal help with speed regulation. Szoke some are beginning to fail, costing changes (see Legal Ads in this Saturday, October 9
Building offered to host another program the borough an increasing amount. issue). Alzheimerʼs Walk – 9:00 a.m. to
Laurel Lodge 467 F. & A.M. Meet- about drugs, and also would be Noon – Heritage Hill Senior Com-
ing – 7:30 p.m. – Masonic Hall munity
open to the idea of starting a Crime
Tuesday, October 12 Flu Clinic – 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Watch in the borough, with the – First Presbyterian Church
Columbus Day, Traditional
Joy Through Movement – 10:00
cooperation of White Haven Harvest Festival, sponsored by
a.m. – W.H. United Methodist Borough Council. White Haven Centenary U.M.C. – 11:00 a.m. to
Church Borough Council president Harvey 4:00 p.m. – Tweedle Park
Penn Lake Park Borough Council Morrison was a guest in the audi- Sunday, October 10
Meeting – 7:30 p.m. – P.L. Asso- ence. Breakfast – 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
ciation Club House – Silver Ridge Hunting Club
Dennison Township Volunteer Fire
Keith Wheeler sent a letter resign-
Blue Service Honoring Volun-
Company & Auxiliary Meetings – ing as Zoning Officer. Jack Varaly teers– 7:00 p.m. – Zions Lutheran
7:30 p.m. – Fire House has taken over. Varaly reported that Church
Wednesday, October 13 he had a property owner who put up Monday, October 11
Yoga Class – 10:00 a.m. – St. a shed without a permit do the Columbus Day Legal Holiday
Paulʼs Lutheran Church paperwork and pay the fee. He also Lausanne Township Board of
Alcoholics Anonymous. Meeting – issued a permit for a shed, revoked PRIVATE BEACH CONSTRUCTION on the borough’s right-of-way was Supervisors Meeting – 7:00 p.m.
10:00 a.m. – Mountainview Com- – Agnes Klynowsky Garage
munity Church
a permit for a deck, issued a stop- halted in Penn Lake Park Borough.
Weatherly Area Chess Club – 7:00
Free Community Lunch – 11:30 p.m. – First Presbyterian Church
a.m. – St. Paulʼs Lutheran Parish
Hall
Foster Township Board of Super-
Willowbrook building 7 put Tuesday, October 12
Columbus Day, Traditional
visors Meeting – 6:00 p.m. –
Township Municipal Building
I.O.O.F. Lodge 457 Meeting – 7:30
on hold in Kidder Township Citizensʼ Volunteer Fire Company
Meeting – 7:30 p.m. - Fire House
Wednesday, October 13
p.m. – Odd Fellows Hall by Jeanine Hofbauer Chairman Larry Polansky added, township. Weatherly Area School Board
K. of C. Council 10616 Meeting – Kidder Township supervisors “Although we are happy with the Business manager John Finnerty Meeting – 7:00 p.m. – W.A.
7:30 p.m. – St. Patrickʼs Parish passed a motion at their meeting services of Waste Management, we advised that Luzerne County has Middle School
Center September 16 to execute a settle- must go to bid.” been taken out of the agreement eli- Thursday, October 14
Thursday, October 14 ment agreement with Vacation The Police and Non-Uniform gibility for Mt. Airy Casino Resort Senior Citizens Friendship Club
Joy Through Movement – 10:00 Meeting – 1:30 p.m. – Salem
Charters Limited regarding the Pension 2011 Minimum Municipal gaming grant money. Finnerty
a.m. – W.H. United Methodist U.C.C.
Church
Willowbrook building 7 land devel- Obligation was discussed. Kidder’s added, “They have Mohegan Sun Bingo Night – 7:00 p.m. (Doors
Pork & Sauerkraut Supper – 4:00 opment improvements agreement obligation of $60,000 for non-uni- anyway.” He also reported Carbon Open at 6:00 p.m.) – Tweedle
to 7:00 p.m. – Presbyterian and bond of $150,000 scheduled to formed personnel and $123,000 for County has contracted with Cintax Park
Church of W.H. expire September 17. The decision police will be eased slightly with of Harrisburg to provide tax collec- Weatherly Area Community Li-
W.H. Lions Club Dinner Meeting – brary Board Meeting – 7:00 p.m. –
was based upon a letter received by partial funding by the state. tion services.
6:30 p.m. – Sitkoʼs Barn Rest- Library
aurant
the developer specifying they had A recent tax claim property sale Kidder Township Supervisors will Greater Weatherly Area Ambu-
Foster Township Planning Com- “no intention to proceed at this was added back on the tax rolls. meet next on Thursday, October 21, lance Association Meeting – 7:30
mission Meeting – 7:00 p.m. – time.” Supervisors agreed, adding the beginning at 7 p.m. at the Township p.m. – Ambulance Building
Township Municipal Building Supervisors agreed to advertise land that sold for $774 on Route Administration Building, Lake
Narcotics Anonymous Meeting – bid specifications for the township’s 940 within the Weatherly Area Harmony.
7:00 p.m. – Mountainview Com-
munity Church
3-5 year solid waste contract. School District will also benefit the
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Death Roll
MARY WRAZIEN Stella Searfoss and Pauline
THE JOURNAL-HERALD Mary Wrazien, 94, of Faleski; brothers John, Ed-
(USPS 277-440) Published weekly at Duryea died Friday, October ward and Andrew Zielinski.
211 Main Street, White Haven, PA 18661 RUTH HUNSINGER in Union Cemetery, Weath- 1, 2010 in Hospice Com- Surviving are daughter and
Telephone (570) 443-8321 Ruth I. Hunsinger, 95, of erly, with the Rev. Amy munity Care, Dunmore. son-in-law Leona and Ed-
Subscription Price—$25 per year in Luzerne & Carbon Counties, Pennsylvania, payable in advance.
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Clara R. Holder, Publisher
A daughter of the late Memorial donations may Duryea she had resided in garet Zielinski of Jenkins
Seth Isenberg, General Manager William and Julia Bray Montz, be made to Diamond United Penn Lake and Jenkins Township; nieces and ne-
Ruth Isenberg, Editor-in-Chief she was born in Weatherly, Methodist Church, 519 N. Township. phews.
Martha Searfoss, Office Manager
Donnell Stump, Assistant Editor
and was a former member of Locust Street, Hazleton, PA She was a member of Holy The funeral was held Tues-
Christy Brady, Finance Diamond United Methodist 18201 or to Centenary Rosary R.C. Church, Duryea. day at Duryea, with a Mass of
Steve Stallone, Sports Editor Church of Hazleton. United Methodist Church, Preceding her in death Christian Burial in Holy
Heather Maslo, Production Manager
Member, White Haven Chamber of Commerce
Preceding her in death P.O. Box 3, Weatherly, PA were her husband, Leo Wra- Rosary R.C. Church. Burial
Carbon County Chamber of Commerce
Pocono Mountains Chamber of Commerce
were her husband, C. Earl 18255. zien, in 1993; two infant was in Mount Olivet Ce-
White Haven Economic Development Association Hunsinger, in 1966; sisters Arrangements were by the daughters, a grandson, sis- metery, Carverton.
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© Copyright 2010, Journal Newspapers, Inc. Mary Morrison, Letha Ger- Philip J. Jeffries Funeral ters Jean Ruskus, Eva Mock,
hard, Anna Hollick and Home, Weatherly.

Editorial Mildred Meyers; brothers


Calvin, Walter, William, Army Depot awards janitorial
Harold, Philip, Kenneth and
Cooperative coverage means Lewis Montz.
contract to Allied Services
Surviving are sons C. Earl
safer communities Hunsinger, Jr. of Hazleton, Tobyhanna Army Depot commander Col. Charles proximately 50 fulltime and
by Seth Isenberg Kenneth R. Hunsinger of has awarded a $2.8 million Gibson. “This contract will part time employees recruit-
The White Haven Police Department is beginning to be Raleigh, N.C.; five grandchil- contract for janitorial services expand employment opportu- ed by Allied’s Vocational Di-
noticed beyond the borough borders. The recent grant award- dren, 13 great-grandchildren, to Allied Health Care Ser- nities for a special segment vision will fill openings for
ed the department to conduct DUI patrols is a sign of this. four great-great-grandchil- vices of Scranton. The con- of the regional community.” custodians, lead workers and
Police officials from around the area have seen the progress dren; brother Emerson Montz tract was awarded under the “This is a very exciting supervisors. Tobyhanna al-
that the department has made as it has grown to cover two of Weatherly. Ability One program adminis- opportunity for Allied, and for ready has contracted with
communities, and now three. Having police coverage for addi- A private graveside service tered by the National Institute individuals with life chal- Allied’s Burnley Workshop,
tional hours makes all police safer late at night. for the Severely Handi- lenges who want to secure, which provides 10 personnel
In Weatherly, Kidder Township and Freeland, late night cov- OBITUARY capped. That program re- steady employment,” says to Tobyhanna, two in the
erage is a single officer most of the time, and while White quires that 75 percent of the Bob Ames, Assistant Vice depot’s mailroom and eight
Haven Police have plenty to do in their own coverage area, POLICY direct workers under such President of Allied’s Voca- workers in the depot’s paint-
they are backup for these others in an emergency. These Obituaries of local in- contracts be persons with tional Division. “These are ing operations. That contract
departments in turn, plus the State Park Rangers are there for terest are published in significant disabilities. The great jobs that provide an also is under the Ability One
White Haven Police in an emergency. THE JOURNAL-HER- contract went into effect on excellent rate of pay with contract.
White Haven Council has provided a stable environment to ALD as a public service. October 1. allowances for health and Tobyhanna has a long-term
promote this growth, and found part-time police officers to “As the region’s largest welfare benefits.” commitment to providing em-
There is NO CHARGE to
cover the extra time. The fact that these officers have found employer, Tobyhanna impacts According to Allied, ap- Please turn to page B1
their way into full-time work elsewhere should be a matter of
families, funeral directors Northeastern Pennsylvania
pride. White Haven has become a good training ground. or anyone else. We do in many positive ways, creat-
With more resources and more training, the department can edit them to conform to ing almost 18,000 direct and Northeast Pennsylvania
be even more effective. our style and space indirect jobs and with a total
A more effective police department makes our whole area specifications, as we do economic impact of nearly $3
SCORE Chapter formed
safer. any news item submitted. billion per year,” says depot Three Local SCORE Chapters Consolidate to
Create Regional Center for Local Entrepreneurs
with agencies and regional
Army Depot to host career day for employers to assist military SCORE “Counselors to region.”
members, federal employees America’s Small Business” Nationally, in 2009 alone,
military personnel and family members and family members in their has consolidated three of its SCORE mentored 176,860
Tobyhanna Army Depot will nel, retired military person- ganizations. search for employment and local chapters into a single new aspiring and current
conduct an Employment nel, veterans, federal employ- The Employment Readi- career development. chapter serving Northeastern small business owners who
Readiness Program Career ees, and family members. ness Program provides as- Individuals without military Pennsylvania. The main loca- started a total of 68,452 new
Day October 13, 10 a.m. to 3 More than 20 companies and sistance with employment or federal civilian identifica- tion of the new NEPA SCORE businesses throughout the
p.m. at The Landing at the government agencies are information, employer refer- tion must register for the chapter is in the Scranton year. At least 90% of
depot. scheduled to participate. ral, resume writing and edu- Career Day by calling the Enterprise Center, Suite 216, SCORE’s “In Business”
Eligible participants are They include financial and cation information and re- Tobyhanna Employment 201 Lackawanna Avenue, clients (those already in busi-
active duty and Reserve legal services, retail, health sources, says Nicole Nelson, Readiness Program office at Scranton, with branches in ness in 2009) remained in
Component military person- and temporary staffing or- Tobyhanna’s ERP program 570-615-8887. Wilkes-Barre, Stroudsburg, business in 2010. SCORE
manager. ERP works closely and a new branch office in clients created 30,603 jobs in
Honesdale. 2009. SCORE and its volun-
Craft boutique SCORE counselors pro-
vide confidential mentoring
teer mentors celebrate the
entrepreneurial spirit that
planned in Freeland and training services free-of- drives the American econo-

Reward
charge for aspiring entrepre- my and offer a proven track
St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, Main and Washington Streets, neurs and existing business- record of both creating and
Freeland will hold a Holiday Craft Boutique on Saturday, es to grow and succeed. With saving jobs by improving
October 23 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. the consolidation of the local small business survival rates
for Good Drivers! Among the items will be Pampered Chef, Tastefully Simple, chapters, NEPA SCORE will and accelerating small busi-
IF YOU: Longaberger baskets, homemade candy, beaded jewelry, can- more efficiently tap into the ness formation.
•have at least one car that is dles, and other vendors and crafts. strengths of the geographi- SCORE provides free and
less than 10 years old The kitchen will be open with lunch items and desserts. cally-dispersed counselors in confidential business mentor-
Baked goods will be available. this region by pooling re- ing and training — in-person
•haven’t had an insurance claim or
a traffic violation for 3 years sources. As a result of the and online — to more than
unified bank of talent and 350,000 entrepreneurs each
•have an excellent credit history
expertise, NEPA SCORE will year. There are 27.2 million
•are currently insured with offer more diverse insight and small businesses in America,
Erie, State Farm, Prudential, attract new volunteer men- and 627,200 new businesses
Allstate, Nationwide
(or any other insurance carrier) tors. opened in 2008. Small busi-
According to NEPA nesses represent 99.7 per-
pick up the telephone and call SCORE Chair Bill Evans, “In cent of U.S. employers, and
addition to the advantages of are responsible for about 75

Daniel H. Suitch scale, the new chapter will


allow us to align our activities
percent of the new jobs creat-
ed each year. SCORE is a

Insurance Agency, Inc. with several business organi-


zations that serve the same
seven-county region that the
resource partner with the
U.S. Small Business Admin-
istration.
Weatherly • White Haven smaller, local chapters For more information about
427-8011 • 443-7880 served.” Evans added, “We starting or operating a small
800-526-6425 believe that the new structure
will enable us to more effec-
business in Northeastern
Pennsylvania, as well as vol-
Collect your reward in tively promote our services unteer opportunities, call
as a key component of busi- 851-1608 or email con-
lower insurance rates! ness and community devel- tact@NEPAscore.org. Visit
opment activities in the NEPA SCORE on the Web at
Northeastern Pennsylvania www.NEPAscore.org.
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THE JOURNAL-HERALD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2010—PAGE A3

Legal Notices Seth’s Sightings by Seth Isenberg


LEGAL NOTICE ADVERTISEMENT PUBLIC NOTICE Having endured such a dry There was news of acci- though I have sighted a vari-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that summer, I had gotten used to dents all over the area. I cer- ety of homes in the area with
that the Articles of Incorporation the Penn Lake Park Borough a dry yard, because the rains tainly was glad to be home. some heavy raking to do,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
were filed with the Department Council shall consider three that did come were light and Saturday, I had energy including some where pine
that the Borough of White
of State of the Commonwealth ordinances, two which contain easy. Tropical Storm Nicole enough to go with Ruth for a trees have shed a whole lot
Haven will receive sealed bids
of Pennsylvania, for amendments to Boroughʼs was neither. It started to rain short and pleasant dog walk of needles. All the wind did in
for the Towanda Street Re-
Mountaintop Pediatrics, Zoning Ordinance and the
paving Project – Contract early in the morning, and in the strong drying sun- our yard is shake loose
P.C. remaining ordinance regulating
WHHB 1001. rained, sometimes heavily shine. Chad and Chess had some of the small dead
On September 22, 2010, the burning in the Borough, at pub-
Bid instructions and specifi- for almost a day and a half. felt cooped up during the branches off of the maple
corporation has been incorpo- lic hearing scheduled 7:00 p.m.
cations may be obtained at the I've heard reports of wet week, and finally got a good trees. I collected half a barrel
rated under the provisions of the local time on Tuesday, October
White Haven Borough Building, basements all over the run. full.
Pennsylvania Business Corp- 12, 2010 at the Penn Lake Park
312 Main Street, White Haven, Journal coverage area. I A good night's rest and I Sightings include several
oration Law of 1988. Borough Community Building,
PA 18661 or by contacting the
DONALD G. KARPOWICH 1744 Lakeview Drive, Penn spent hours trying to get our was feeling much better. We healthy red tail hawks over-
White Haven Borough Secre-
ESQUIRE Lake Park Borough, Luzerne basement dry. decided that having missed head, and a lone turkey scur-
tary, Betty Altero, at (570) 443-
85 DRASHER ROAD County, PA. The following is a The weather made us de- one fair, as the Bloomsburg rying to move away from the
9129.
DRUMS, PA 18222 summary of the subject provi-
Bids must be sent or deliv- lay our trip to the Blooms- Fair had ended on Saturday, road as my vehicle ap-
(570) 788-6647 sions for each ordinance:
ered to the office of the Borough burg Fair, as we didn't want we'd go to another, the PA proached. I also sighted a
ORDINANCE 1-ZONING
of White Haven on or before to deal with the muddy park- Renaissance Faire. On a few kayakers who were out
LEGAL NOTICE 4:00 P.M. prevailing time on
AMENDMENT: Provides
ing lots. We've seen them beautiful, sunny fall Sunday, right after the storm to brave
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN restrictions on the placement of
October 11, 2010. Bids will be before, so bad that cars had we enjoyed a pleasant ride streams swollen to overflow-
that Letters Testamentary have recreational vehicles on vacant
publicly opened at a meeting of to arrive mid-afternoon to the ing. The Lehigh River itself
been granted by the Register of lots and prohibits the use of to be towed out by tractors.
the Borough of White Haven
Wills of Luzerne County on vacant lots for the storage of This delay gave a cold that sounds of revelry. We was kept calm by the Army
scheduled for 7:00 P.M. on
September 21, 2010, in the commercial material, equip- had taken up residence in enjoyed shows, skits, Corps of Engineers shutting
October 11, 2010. Bids must be
Estate of Graham Tynemouth, ment, construction debris my head a chance to blos- demonstrations, and music the gates on the Walter
submitted in sealed envelopes
late of White Haven, and/or the storage or parking of som into full force. So in- performances, and headed Dam. Ruth and I took a ride
marked on the outside with the
Pennsylvania, who died on May commercial vehicles.
name, address and legal desig- stead of spending Saturday out after seeing the joust to over the dam on Saturday
30, 2010 to Mark S. Yanus, ORDINANCE 2-ZONING
nation of the business of the afternoon and evening at the the death. There was even and saw how the water had
Executor. All persons indebted AMENDMENT: Provides a limit-
Bidder and the Borough of fair, I spent them mainly rest- some daylight to light our been backed up. The lake
to said estate are requested to ed exemption for required set-
White Haven, 312 Main Street, ing and medicating with over drive home. had been almost low enough
make payment and those hav- back distances for the replace-
White Haven, PA 18661. Fall color is just arriving at for the lower road to be
ing claims or demands to pres- ment of deteriorated exterior the counter and homeopath-
The cost of bid documents is
ent them, without delay to the features. ic remedies. This worked. Mt. Hope, so revelers who exposed to drive upon a cou-
$40.00. Mailed requests will be
Executor named or to: ORDINANCE 3–BURNING Keeping my mind occu- visit during the last weeks of ple of weeks ago. Lake lev-
an additional $10.00.
Theresa M. Brennan, ORDINANCE: Provides restric- pied as I convalesced was the fair, through the end of els were back up by over 20
The work must be substan-
Esquire tions on open burning through- Arthur C. Clarke's 2061, a this month, will enjoy beauti- feet at the tower.
tially completed within 60 days
Brennan Legal Services out the Borough with the provi-
of the notice to proceed. terrific tall tale, and a DVD ful scenery. We have our sights set on
1096-B N. Church Street sion of fines and penalties for
Each proposal shall be ac- movie, Flight of the Phoenix. Back home, we're finally the Harvest Festival at Quiet
Hazle Township, PA 182012 violations thereunder.
companied by a certified check, Friday I spent my time on getting a ripening tomato Valley this weekend, along
(570) 455-7700 Notice is further given that
bank cashierʼs check, money the road, getting newspa- from our very modest crop. with a host of other activities.
10/14 Penn Lake Park Borough
order or a bid bond in the The others are still fully We'll also be doing some
Council shall consider the pers out in the Poconos and
amount of 10% of the amount of
LEGAL NOTICE adoption and enactment of the to customers. The strong green. more driving to view the
the bid, which amount shall be
above summarized ordinances winds that had accompanied Most of the trees around leaves, even though gas
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, forfeited in case the bidder shall
at a regularly scheduled Nicole brought down all our yard are also fully green, prices are up nearly a dime a
that Letters Testamentary have fail to enter into the contract, if
Council meeting that will con-
been granted in the Estate of a w a r d e d . kinds of branches and some
vene at 7:30 p.m. local time on
Margaret C. Gabuzda, late of The checks of unsuccessful large limbs, plus a few trees.
Drums, Luzerne County, Penn- bidders will be promptly
Tuesday, October 12, 2010 at
the Penn Lake Park Borough In Tobyhanna, there was a HELP WANTED
sylvania, who died on Sep- returned. road detour into Pocono
Community Building, 1744
tember 11, 2010. All persons The successful Bidder will be
Lakeview Drive, Penn Lake Farms around fallen trees. I Part-time secretary/treasurer for
indebted to said decedent are required to give the Borough a
requested to make payment performance bond with an ap-
Park Borough, Luzerne County, needed to be very alert, Lehigh Township.
PA. Copies of the full text of the because branches and items
proved surety company in the
and those having claims or
demands against the estate are amount of one hundred (100%)
proposed Ordinances are on in the roads were often hard Call 570-427-8464 for an application.
file and available for public to see. I ran over one small
to present the same without percent of the total bid amount.
The Borough of White Haven
inspection at the Luzerne
(fortunately) branch that
Deadline October 22.
delay to Lawrence R. Gabuzda, County Law Library, Luzerne
Jr. and Father Richard Ga- reserves the right after opening
County Courthouse, 200 North
dropped right in front of me EOE
buzda, Co-Executors, c/o Ro- of the bids to reject any and all on Route 940.
River Street, Wilkes-Barre, PA
bert J. Gillespie, Jr., Attorney, 67 bids, or to waive any informality.
18702, at The Journal-Herald
North Church Street, Hazleton, Prevailing wage rates shall
Newspaper, 212 Main Street,
PA 18201. apply.
White Haven PA 18661and
ROBERT J.GILLESPIE, JR. It is the responsibility of the
posted upon the bulletin board (Located in Terrace Plaza)
Gillespie, Miscavige, contractor/bidder to field inspect
at the Penn Lake Park Borough Just off the S. Beltway, Route 424
Ferdinand & Baranko, LLC and verify the site, all measure-
Community Building. A copy of 601 S. Poplar St., Hazleton
67 North Church Street ments and scope of the work
the full text of each ordinance
Hazleton, PA 18201 and terms of the specifications.
may be secured for the cost of 450-5501
570-454-5575 The contractor/bidder is respon-
sible to understand and verify
reproduction by contacting Ms. OPEN DAILY 7 a.m.-9 p.m.
10/14 Margo Beckerman, Borough
the intentions of White Haven
Secretary at 570 443-8017
PUBLIC NOTICE Borough Council. Site visits
Extension 4.
may be scheduled by contacting
PACKER TOWNSHIP
Betty Altero, Borough Secretary 10/7/10
ZONING BOARD
at (570) 443-9129.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT ON Wednesday October
Donald G. Karpowich,
Esquire
Boback to SIGN UP FOR YOUR look
Also aturday
20, 2010 at 7 PM at the Packer ur S
White Haven Borough for o d in the ker!
Township Municipal Building,
2234 Hudson Drive, Weatherly,
Solicitor
85 Drasher Road
host Senior GOLD CARD TODAY! a
d ard Sp
ea IS BACK IN TOWN!
Stan
PA 18255, the Packer Township
Zoning Hearing Board will hold
Drums, PA 18222 Expo
a meeting to discuss: Pennsylvania State Re-
Request of Alfonzo L. Craig Become a fan on
presentative Karen Boback
503 Spring Mt. Rd Weatherly, Facebook at will host a Senior Expo, in
PA 18255. Tax parcel I.D. #.
126-46-A16.03. An appeal of
www.facebook.com/ conjunction with Miseri-
the Denial of Zoning Permit pages/White-Haven-PA/ cordia University, from 9
#2010-14. Section 501.6 DI- The-Journal-Herald a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday,
MENSIONAL REGULATIONS October 14.
C. FRONT YARD The minimum “My annual Senior Expo is • FREE COFFEE
front yard shall not be less than
always a fun and informa- ALL DAY, EVERYDAY! GROCERY PRODUCE
75 feet in depth as measured • DOUBLE COUPONS Berio Pure Olive Oil$ LOOSE FRUIT SALE
101.4 oz tin container .......... 12
tive event for senior citi- 99
from the front lot line. Section UP TO 99¢ EVERYDAY! MIX or MATCH
202 Definitions YARD, FRONT: zens, and I encourage sen- FULL LINE SALE
• Tues. Senior Citizens Entenmann’s Apples or Pears
(all varieties) ................99 /lb.
iors, as well as senior care- ¢
(all varieties) ......................2/ 5
A space extending the full width Discount Day! $
of the lot between the principle givers, to attend,” said • We Accept All Major Credit Hershey’s or Mars California
Cards, Food Stamps, Access Candy Sale Sweet Red
building and the front lot line. Boback. “We have an Seedless Grapes..99¢/lb.
Snack/Fun Size 8.6-11.6 oz ......2/ 5
$
A variance is requested to Card and WIC
exceptional roster of partici- BAR SOAP SALE Locally Grown
erect a pole barn in the front pants, including some that DAIRY Dial or Coast Large Size
yard depth. Henny Penny 3 pack (assorted varieties) ......3/ 5
$
Green Peppers ....99¢/lb.
will offer free health screen- Large Eggs dozen ........79¢
Any and all related docu-
ments for said meeting will be in ings. There will also be Heluva Good Cheese
FROZEN DELI
Serviroli Gnocchi Shurfine
plenty of information about
Liverwurst ..........$199/lb.
the custody of Robert Selert, 8 oz (all varieties)
shredded or bars ................2/ 4 or Cavatelli
$
13-14 oz ..........................5/ 5
$
Packer Township Zoning Officer local services and programs Hormel
and may be examined by any for older residents.” BAKERY Mrs. T’s Pierogies
12.8-16 oz box ..................2/ 4
$ Cooked Ham........$299/lb.
interested person by making an The event will feature Heritage Fresh Baked
appointment by calling 570-427- Pumpkin Pie ......$299each MEATS
hearing tests, blood pres- Heritage Fresh
8805. Heritage Fresh
sure readings, and informa- Homemade Style Pork Sirloin Chops
Barbara Genetti, Rice Pudding ......$199/lb.
Chairperson tion from state agencies and or Roast................$249/lb.
Heritage Fresh Baked
local senior service pro-
Packer Township Italian Bread ........99¢loaf Heritage Fresh
Zoning Hearing Board viders. Angus Eye Round
10/7 The expo will take place in Good from Wednesday, October 6 Roast ....................$288/lb.
thru Saturday, October 9
the Banks Student Center Heritage Fresh
*While supplies last* NO Rainchecks. Boneless
on the Misericordia Uni- Prices in effect with Gold Card.
NY Strip Steaks....$499/lb.
RICHARD M. versity campus. A map of
Not responsible for
typographical errors. Our Skilled Butchers are

HUGHES, III
Available Daily until 6 p.m.
the campus and additional for your Custom Cuts or
information about the event Simply Call (570) 450-5501
for Pre-Order Service.
are available on Bobackʼs GOYA – Check out
website, RepBoback.com. what is new &
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Hazleton Area School District debuts new technology initiative
The Hazleton Area School “Our school pages include “There were many commit- time consuming, but valu-
District has unveiled a new a calendar of events that de- ted employees who gave of able.”
district wide website design- tail our outreach programs, their time and talents to For more information, con-
ed to communicate school sporting events, and school attend the training classes tact Christine Mellon at
district news with the entire activities,” said Phil Latella, that were necessary to learn cegrieco@aol.com or call Dr.
community. The new website principal of Heights-Terrace how to manage the system,” Antonelli at the Hazleton
is highly interactive, user Elementary Middle School. said Donald Bayzick, director Area School District at 459-
friendly, and combines news “Parents can also access of elementary/ middle 3111, ext. 3198.
and information from the teacher web pages, home- schools. “This process was
school district offices and all work assignments, atten-
11 Hazleton Area schools. dance records, grades, and Tickets on sale now for Vera
“This has been a two year general school information.”
initiative for the school dis- The main school district Bradley/Longaberger bingo
Weatherly Area High School student Zoe Kling has had a trict,” said Dr. Francis Anto- site, www.hasdk12.org offers The Weatherly Area High plenty of food, and a Chinese
poem, “The One” published by The Wishing Well and A nelli, deputy superintendent job postings, school registra- School junior class will be auction.
Celebration of Poets: Pennsylvania Grades 7-12 Fall 2009. of schools. “And as one of our tion documents, a calendar of hold a Vera Bradley/Longa- Tickets are $20 in advance
Shown with Zoe, center, are language arts teacher Maria main priorities, the school events, district information, berger bingo on Sunday, and $25 at the door. Sales
Whitley and High School principal Thomas McLaughlin. district has invested time, and school cancellations. October 24 at the Middle will be limited to 125.
funding, and resources into a Designed and powered by School cafeteria. Doors will For more information or to
WASD sports decals for sale state of the art system.” schoolwires, the Hazleton open at 11 a.m. and bingo purchase tickets, contact
Members of the Weatherly be personalized with the While this new website is Area School District’s Tech- starts at 1 p.m. Jessy Dolinsky at 427-8013,
Area Junior High Girls player or participant’s name largely responsible for inter- nology Advisory Committee There will be 20 regular Lori Ursta at 427-9824 or
Basketball teams are selling and number. Decals are $6 nal communication between conducted a comprehensive games and five cash prize Carole Panzarella at 427-
window decals. The orange each. Call Diane Polchin at Hazleton Area faculty, staff, selection process to find a special games. There will 3323.
decal is available for a variety 427-8240 for more informa- and administration, it also technology program that also be additional raffles,
of sports and activities at tion or to place an order. provides many features for would be visually appealing,
Weatherly. Each decal may students, parents, and the easy to use, and meet the WIRE sponsoring aerospace
WASD holds dress down day community. district’s expansive needs. engineering weekend at Brainerd
Weatherly Area School District administrators, faculty and Fairview PTA to meet next week October Skies Aerospace pants will build and fly all
staff participated in a “Dress Down Day” held Thursday, The next Fairview Elemen- on Thursday, October 14, at 7 Engineering Immersion types of craft, and will launch
September 23. Donations amounting to $290 benefited the tary PTA meeting will be held p.m. in the school library. Camp will be held October 8, model rockets on Sunday.
Weatherly Animal Shelter and the Greater Weatherly Area Meetings will be held on the 9, and 10 at the Brainerd Cost is $40 per person and
Community Chest. Fairview 500 second Tuesday of every Camping Center, conducted includes all meals.
month unless otherwise by the Weatherly Institute for The camp is sponsored in
WEATHERLY HOUSING ASSOCIATES, L.P. Race For noted. Baby sitting will be Robotics and Engineering, part by KG Projections, Inc.
IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY AT
Education © available. led by Steve Kew-Goodale.
For children ages 10 - 16
and the Churches of the
Lehigh Presbytery.
Getting involved in PTA is a
1500 EVERGREEN APARTMENTS at Fairview great way to have concerns and their interested parents, Call 401-7813 for informa-
1500 EVERGREEN AVENUE addressed and ideas heard. there will be seminars on in tion and registration. Ad-
WEATHERLY, PENNSYLVANIA Elementary Call PTA vice –president atmospheric flight and space ditional information is avail-
30 LARGE MODERN APARTMENTS FOR PERSONS 55 On Friday, October 22 Debbie Bolus Grosek any flight, Bernoulli’s Principals, able on the website at
OR OLDER, ALL APPLIANCES; AIR CONDITIONING, Newton’s Laws and the Laws www.weather lyrobotics.
Fairview Elementary will hold time with questions, at 474-
COMMUNITY ROOM, EXERCISE ROOM, 3 UNITS ARE
its 5th annual Race for 5966. of Aerodynamics. Partici- org/news.
FULLY HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE
CALL TOLL FREE 877-272-1530 Education© at the school from
FOR APPLICATIONS 9:15 a.m. – 3:05 p.m. This
event raises thousands of
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dollars that are put towards
various educational activities SUDOKU INSTRUCTIONS: Each row, column and 3x3 grid must contain
for our school children. Help all the numbers 1 through 9, with no repeats.
the school raise its checkered Sudoku Puzzle #1955-M Sudoku Puzzle #1955-D
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link to place a free classified, and new features every Fairview Elementary kids in 5 4 6 3 2 4 5 3 6
week. Or find us on Facebook and become a fan! this walk. 4 7 8 5 9 7
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the spirits would get angry, shake and then
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gives way and the kernels pop, turning 15. Agenda listing
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ahead and have a bowl.
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SENIOR CENTERS MENU Pennsylvania Apples take center stage at area Farm Markets
The trend is to buy fresh, Consumers can now log get an experience you wonʼt ly do have something for
Week of October 11: local ingredients. And thatʼs onto their website, www. get at a larger chain store. At everyone,” said Rodriguez.
Monday: Columbus Day legal holiday; centers closed. okay with the Pennsylvania pennsylvaniaapples.org, and the market, you can meet Take this recipe with you
Tuesday: Crab cakes, pierogies, broccoli salad, sandwich Apple Marketing Board. quickly locate the Penn- and talk with the growers, on your next farm market
roll, grapes. “People like to know where sylvania farm markets that sample a new apple variety, visit. For more recipes, or to
Wednesday: Vegetable soup, hot dog, bun, steak fries, their food is coming from; feature fresh apples. Said or even walk out with an old learn more about Pennsyl-
pudding parfait. they want to see the face Rodriguez, “You can search family recipe.” vania apples, go to www.
Thursday: Baked ham, baked sweet potato, green beans behind the apple,” said Karin for a market by geographic Many Pennsylvania farm pennsylvaniaapples.org.
multigrain bread, peach pie. Rodriguez, executive direc- location, find what apple markets are open year Apple Chicken Stir-Fry
Friday: Macaroni & cheese, stewed tomatoes, whole tor for the Pennsylvania varieties are in season, and round, but the majority of the 1/2 cup onion,
wheat bread, apple strudel. Apple Marketing Program. many of the markets have markets have the biggest vertically sliced
Web links to make it easy to selection of fresh fruits and 1 cup (2 medium) carrots,

Coming Events find their hours and calendar


of events.”
And just as the state of
vegetables during the sum-
mer and fall months. As cool-
er weather approaches, itʼs
thinly sliced
1 1/2 tsp. vegetable oil
1 tsp. dried basil, crushed
Pennsylvania is diverse in the stateʼs apple crop that 1 cup fresh or
OCTOBER 9, Saturday – U.C.C., Weatherly (order Flying Aces Motorcycle Club,
terms of people and geogra- takes center stage. Penn- frozen Chinese pea pods
Alzheimerʼs Memory Walk, deadline October 3) Rockport
phy, so are the farm markets. sylvania apple growers pro- 1 Tbsp. water
sponsored by Heritage Hill OCTOBER 14, Thursday OCTOBER 31, Sunday – Depending where you go, a duce approximately 440 mil- 1 medium sweet or sweet
Senior Community, Weath- – Pork & Sauerkraut Supper, Halloweʼen Parade, spon- visit to the local market might lion pounds of apples each tart Pennsylvania apple,
erly sponsored by The Pres- sored by Greater Weatherly also include wagon rides year, making Pennsylvania cored and thinly sliced
OCTOBER 9, Saturday – byterian Church of White Area Community Chest through the orchard, a pet- the fourth largest apple-pro- 1 pound cubed boneless,
Flu Clinic, sponsored by Haven OCTOBER 31, Sunday – ting zoo, free concerts, edu- ducing state in the country. skinless, chicken breast
Weatherly Area Ministerium OCTOBER 15 - 17, Friday Trick or Treat Night, Weath- cational programs and more. From popular varieties like 1 Tbsp. oil
OCTOBER 9, Saturday - - Sunday –Retreat with erly “Some of our larger farm Gala, HoneycrispTM and 2 cups cooked rice
Autumn Fest Bazaar, spon- Msgr. Essef, sponsored by OCTOBER 31, Sunday – markets are family destina- Red Delicious, to heirloom Stir fry cubed chicken
sored by St. Paulʼs Lutheran St. Patrickʼs R.C. Church, Halloweʼen Treats, spon- tions—where there are activ- varieties like Northern Spy, breast in 1 Tbsp. vegetable
Church, White Haven White Haven sored by St. Patrickʼs R.C. ities that take place through- Winesap and Smokehouse, oil in non-stick skillet until
OCTOBER 9, Saturday – OCTOBER 16, Saturday – Church, White Haven out the day,” said Rodriguez. to brand new varieties just lightly browned and cooked.
Harvest Festival, sponsored Spaghetti Dinner, sponsored NOVEMBER 2, Tuesday – “And then there are the being introduced to con- Remove from skillet. Stir-fry
by Centenary United Metho- by Penn Rod & Gun Club, Election Day Roast Beef smaller markets and road sumers in select locations, onion, carrots and basil in oil
dist Church at Tweedle Park, Freeland Dinner, sponsored by White side stands; they often only Pennsylvaniaʼs farm markets in same skillet until carrots
Weatherly OCTOBER 16, Saturday – Haven United Methodist sell what they grow on the provide a lot of options. are tender. Stir in pea pods
OCTOBER 9, Saturday – Turkey Dinner, sponsored by Church farm. These markets may In addition to a variety of and water; stir-fry 2 minutes.
Emmanuel U.C.C., Mountain have a smaller inventory and fresh apples, many markets Remove from heat; stir in
Squad Dedication, spon- NOVEMBER 4, Thursday
Top may not offer the activities of also sell fresh cider, as well apples. Add to chicken;
sored by Kidder Township – Red Cross Bloodmobile a larger market, but their as a variety of homemade serve hot over cooked rice.
Volunteer Fire Company #1, OCTOBER 16 & 17, Sat- Visit, White Haven customers are just as loyal.” apple goods like pies, Makes 4 servings.
Lehigh Tannery urday & Sunday – Apple NOVEMBER 5, Friday – There are Pennsylvania dumplings, sauce and butter. Nutritional Analysis Per
OCTOBER 9, Saturday – Fest, sponsored by Christ Clothing Giveaway, spon- growers who are fifth, sixth “Whether youʼre looking for a Serving: Calories, 365; Fat,
Chili & Baked Good Cook- Lutheran Church, Conyng- sored by Freeland Presby- and even seventh genera- day of activity, or just need to 9 g; Cholesterol, 62 mg;
off, sponsored by Foster ham terian Church (continuing tion and they take a lot of pick up some fresh apples Fiber, 3 g; Sodium, 71 mg.
Township Recreation Board OCTOBER 16 & 17, Sat- first Friday of every month) pride in the products they for the kidsʼ lunches, Penn- Percent calories from fat,
OCTOBER 9, Saturday – urday & Sunday – Apple NOVEMBER 6, Saturday sell. Said Rodriguez, “When sylvaniaʼs farm markets real- 22%.
Pork & Sauerkraut Dinner, Fest, sponsored by St. – Holiday Bazaar, sponsored you visit a farm market, you
sponsored by St. Lukeʼs Peterʼs & St. Johnʼs church- by The Presbyterian Church
Lutheran Church, Freeland es of Wapwallopen, at Heller of White Haven Pork and
OCTOBER 9, Saturday – Orchard
NOVEMBER 7, Sunday –
Roast Beef Dinner, spon- OCTOBER 17, Sunday – Breakfast, sponsored by Sauerkraut
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organizations in the Weatherly, gone. Cost is $20 per person
EVERY SUNDAY– EVERY WEDNESDAY– White Haven, Freeland, Al- and includes food, refresh-
Joe’s Cheesesteak Spaghetti & Meatballs, brightsville, Blakeslee, Conyng-
ments and door prizes.
w/fresh cut fries–$6.95
5-9 p.m. in house only.

TUESDAY NIGHT—6-9 p.m.


w/salad & garlic bread–$5.95
THURSDAY NIGHT—6:30-?
ham/Drums, Lake Harmony &
Mountain Top areas. If your
organization is planning a fund-
The event will be held rain
or shine and is open to the Sernak
Wings 30¢ each in-house,
35¢ each to go—10 Sauces!
Clams........$1.50/Dozen
Pints..........$1.50 Each
raising activity, or other special
event open to the public, you may
have it listed by calling 443-9131.
public for anyone 21 years
old or older.
Farms Stand
Peel & Eat Shrimp
EVERYDAY–
EARLY BIRD DINNER SPECIAL
There is no charge for this serv-
ice.
Sign-ups are available at
the club during normal busi-
NOW OPEN
1/2 lb.–$6 • w/Fries–$7.95 3-5 p.m. ness hours or by contacting
8 a.m. - 8 p.m. 7 Days a Week
Serving Dinner 5 p.m.-9 p.m. • Call For Daily Specials 443-8359
Journal deadline is Joe “T-man” Troell, John We accept Senior Farmerʼs
All Specials are In-House Only. always 5 p.m. Monday. Pavuk, Pete Pavuk Jr., or Market Nutrition Vouchers
Lori Wurtz. Sweet Corn Now Available &
The deadline to sign up is All other vegetables in season
October 10.
1059 Quakake Road, Weatherly
Order holiday (570) 5 82-7990
baked goods
now
Park Methodist Church in
Freeland is holding its annu-
al Christmas sale of holiday
nut rolls, poppy seed rolls,
cherry cheese, pineapple,
apricot, and 25 other differ-
ent kinds of fillings. Rolls can
be ordered until November
7. Delivery of pre-ordered
rolls will be on December 16
and the price is the same as
last year.
To order, call Barbara at
Designs Unlimited at 636-
2497 or Irma at 636-2351.
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and needed approvals from
Penn Lake…
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DEP. Council was unwilling to
Flu shots and
vote on allowing the work – open house at
Marine Corps League to
spring cleanup, that the no member would even pres-
garbage hauler be contracted ent a motion. The property
Weatherwood host annual Birthday Ball
to pick up one large item per will need to be restored to its Wednesday
A Birthday Ball in honor of Corps League Detachment and dancing until 11 p.m.
week. previous condition. Weatherwood Nursing the 235th anniversary of the 1039, and the public is invit- BYOB set-ups will be provid-
An inter-municipal agree- Treasurer Teresa Home and Rehabilitation
U.S. Marine Corps will be ed to share in the celebra- ed. Tickets, at $25 per per-
ment from Dennison Wojciechowski’s report Center will host an open
held Saturday, November 13 tion. son, can be obtained by call-
Township regarding the shows receipts of $35,143 house Wednesday, October
in St. Patrick’s Parish Center, Cocktails and hors d’ou- ing Frank Becker at 443-9313
sewer line was just received, including a sewer hook-up 13 from 1 to 4 p.m.
White Haven. The affair is vres will be served from 5 to or Mike Salerno at 262-2894.
and will be reviewed. fee, and bills of $9,967 The Guardian Elder Care being sponsored by Marine 6 p.m., followed by dinner
During the public com- including Kreitzer Sanitation facility will also be the site for
ments, there was a lengthy for garbage collection flu shots that day. Charge for
discussion about permit $3,720, $2,705 to Aqua PA the flu shot is $25 per person Apple Festival Kidder Twp. Vol. Fire Co.
application and procedures. for grinder pump repairs, for those without Medicare.
There was complaining about $1,250 to White Haven Medicare participants are at Butler #1 to dedicate new Squad
the fees for building inspec- Borough for police protection, asked to bring their cards. Valley Manor Kidder Twp. Vol. Fire Co. # 1 invites area residents to join
tion, ending with Rosenstock $562 for planner Varaly for his Guardian Home and Com- them on Saturday, October 9, from 2-6 p.m. as they dedicate
Butler Valley Manor nursing
agreeing to ask the inspector work on the UCC opt-in and munity Services will adminis- the new 2010 E-One Squad.
home, 463 North Hunter
to come to a meeting to ordinances, and $350 for his ter the flu shot. The dedication will feature fun, food, and entertainment
Highway, Drums, will host an
explain the fees, as well as zoning work, $543 for attor- Refreshments will be for all ages. Free live entertainment will be provided by DJs
apple festival on Saturday,
how they compare to those of ney Karpowich, $318 for ads served during the open 570 Productions. There will be kids’ entertainment, a Moon
October 16 from 10 a.m. to 3
neighboring townships and in the Citizens Voice, plus house, there will be a Tricky Bounce, fire safety programs, and more.
p.m., rain or shine.
boroughs. misc. smaller bills. In the Tray auction and blood pres- There will also be dedication mugs, souvenir T-shirts, food
The festival will include a
A project that dug up a interest bearing General sure readings will be offered, and drinks. With the purchase of your Souvenir Dedication
petting zoo from 10 a.m. to 2
small part of a yard at the Fund, there is $123,770 after in addition to the tour of the Mug your food and drink for the day is included.
p.m., a live DJ, food, tricky
lakeside was shut down. income of $3,140 and with- facility. For more information visit www. kidderfire.org or call 443-
trays, and kids games.
There was a discussion, and drawals of $4,498; $18,447 in Weatherwood is located at 2344 and leave a message.
Garage sale items will be
some arguing. The new prop- the Garbage Fund after pay- 1000 Evergreen Avenue, Kidder Twp. Vol. Fire Co. No. 1 is located along Route 534
available and a used book
erty owner had hoped to cre- ing the hauler, and $57,199 in Weatherly. Call 427-8683, in Lehigh Tannery, east of White Haven.
sale will be held.
ate a safe slope to the water the Sewer Fund after paying ext. 3047 for more informa-
For more information, call
for his small children. It was PennVEST $9,696 and with- tion. The public is encour-
Ellen at 788-4175. Camp Letterman guide to
pointed out that the work was drawing $23,914. aged to visit the facility.
in the borough’s right-of-way, Next meeting is Tuesday, address Civil War Round Table
October 12 starting with a The Wyoming Valley Civil Postal Service.
Epilepsy work session, egular meeting
Alzheimer’s Memory Walk War Round Table meeting will He first became interested
support group at 7:30 p.m. at the Penn Lake Saturday at Heritage Hill be held on Thursday, October in Civil War hospital and bat-
Community House. 14 at 7 p.m., in the lower level tlefield medicine after reading
to meet Heritage Hill Senior Com- Alzheimer’s is a disease of the Daddow-Isaacs Ameri- two books written by the late
An Epilepsy and Seizure HAHS munity in Weatherly will chair that has affected over five mil- can Legion, 730 Memorial Gregory A. Coco, who was a
Disorder Support Group the Carbon County Alz- lion Americans, causing them Highway (Route 415) in NPS Ranger. Lechak has led
meets monthly in the Hazle- cheerleaders heimer’s Memory Walk for the to behave erratically, becom- Dallas. The speaker will be battle walks of the historic
ton area. Sponsored by the plan bingo 10th consecutive year. This ing disoriented and forgetful. Phil Lechak with his program Camp Letterman site for
Epilepsy Foundation of East- year’s event is Saturday, The Alzheimer’s Association on “Camp Letterman – 80 many groups.
ern Pennsylvania, the group The Hazleton Area High October 9 at Heritage Hill provides vital programs such Acres for 121 Days.” Everyone is welcome to
meets on the second Wed- School varsity cheerleaders Senior Community, 800 6th as family caregiver training, Lechak became a Li- attend this presentation.
nesday of each month at 7 will hold a Vera Bradley bingo Street in Weatherly. support group assistance, censed Battlefield Guide in Anyone with questions is
p.m. in the Conference Room Sunday, October 17 at Good Registration is at 9 a.m. Safe Return program, tele- 2005. He and his wife, asked to call Pete at 639-
at Hazleton General Hospital Shepherd Church, Drums. The three-mile walk through phone information and refer- Donna, moved to Gettysburg 1283.
Office and Education Build- Doors will open at noon, the borough begins at 10. For ral, and professional in-serv- after he retired from the U.S.
ing, 700 Broad Street, Hazle- early bird games will start at those who cannot participate ice programs.
ton. 12:45 p.m. and regular in the walk, there will be a
New members are always games at 1. Tricky Tray Auction and Bake
For more information, to
sponsor a walker, or to find
Tricky Trays to be
There will be 20 regular Sale from 9 a.m. until noon.
welcome. The next meeting is
Wednesday, October 13. For games and five specials. All proceeds go to the
out how to get a team of
friends together and walk for
featured at Apple Fest
more information, call Rose There will also be additional Alzheimer’s Association. a great cause, call Lisa Marie This year’s Apple Fest at Penn State football game in
Douglas at 592-1150. raffles, plenty of food and at 427-4500. Christ Lutheran Church, November with great seats.
baked goods. Main Street, Conyngham will Other themes include Vera
Main Street Tickets are $20 in advance
Bake sale at breakfast be held on Saturday, October Bradley, fall themes, Christ-

Dollar & MORE


and $25 at the door. Tickets 16 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 mas baskets, lottery, Noah’s
will be limited to the first 125. p.m. and Sunday, October 17 Arch, Thomas the Train,
We Have... To purchase tickets, see to benefit basketball from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. apple themes, baby theme
any varsity cheerleader or The Weatherly boys’ bas- Ridge Hunting Club. The event will be highlight- and many more.
ADULT contact Nancy Pino at 233- ketball teams will hold bake Parents/guardians and ed by tricky trays. Since Homemade foods, includ-
HALLOWEEN 7925, Mary Wolk at 582- sale in conjunction with the anyone in the community will- October is Breast Cancer ing apple baked goods, pies,
COSTUME 6396, Aileen Kazinetz at monthly breakfast to be held ing to assist the teams are Awareness Month, a huge cakes and dumplings will be
RENTALS 436-7687 or Alicia Stratchko from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, asked to donate two baked pink theme basket has been sold. Crafts and a quilt are
& ACCESSORIES!! at 436-0878. October 10 at the Silver goods for the sale. Items created for the event, with always popular.

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should be dropped off the the proceeds going to the Doors open for the flea
AL
SPECI S!!
3 ROOMS OF BARGAINS morning of the sale at Silver local cancer chapter of market and antique sale on
1000s of items! Come see. Ridge Hunting Club. Hazleton. October 16 at 8:30 a.m.
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CALL 443-8038 FOR DETAILS
For more information, con- Another popular item will For more information, call
Country Decor Bird Houses tact Connie Derr at 579-8629 be two tickets to the last 788-4219 or 788-1572.
Making a special trip to the area or derrc@ weatherlysd.org or

Relax,
Garden Items • Baby Items
Party Supplies • Cards Ty Harris and Suzanne Sim-
Sunglasses • Snacks
Giftware • Candles
to deliver to our friends! kovich at suzanne.simkovich

we’ve got it!


Household Goods
Mylar & Latex Call to order Beef or Pork Quarters, @ yahoo.com or 427-4284.
Balloons On the
• HALLOWEEN Corner of fresh-cut and packaged.
DECORATIONS Berwick &
• LOTS OF
Main Call 717-438-0312 for prices. Saturdays
S aturdays & S
Sundays
undays Join us for Free Spinal
FALL/HARVEST DECOR Through
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October
ctober 31
31 Adjustments, Chair Massages and
• HALLOWEEN ACCESSORIES & Deadline to order October 15 by 4 p.m.;
MAKEUP
11AM
11AM - 8PM
8PM a Gourmet Take-Home Lunch
• FALL LINENS Delivery October 23. Thursday, Oct. 14
9am to 12noon
Dr. John of Degenhart Chiropractic
October 9-10 Health Center will provide chair
massages and adjustments
for all attendees.
Take home a complimentary
Gourmet Lunch!
Please RSVP
by October 12

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provide employment opportu-
nities for people who are
blind or have other significant
on Eckley Miners’ Village Lantern Tours disabilities by procuring fed-
ployment opportunities to 70 eral contracts for goods and
Eckley Miners’ Village will classic horror movies begin persons with targeted disabil- services.
expand its annual Halloween playing in the museum audi- ities, such as deaf individuals Any person who is disabled
lantern tours to three week- torium at that time. and a total of 278 with some or who qualifies for benefits
ends this year. The spooky Visitors will walk the dark type of reportable handicap through the Office of Vo-
village walks will be offered streets and paths of the 19th- or disability, Gibson says. cational Rehabilitation would
Friday and Saturday, October century mining village by NISH is a national, non- be a candidate for an Allied
15-16, 22-23 and 29-30. lantern to enjoy the delightful profit organization designat- position at Tobyhanna.
Sundays of the first two chills of an evening of ghosts, ed by the federal Committee For more information, call
weekends – October 17 and ghouls, mystery and the for Purchase from People the Tobyhanna Public Affairs
24 – will be reserved as rain macabre. Beware the under- Who are Blind or Severely Office at 615-7308, or Julie
dates: If it rains either Friday taker! Watch out for the funer- Disabled to support non-prof- Judge, public relations spe-
or Saturday, programs will be al parlor. Keep your eyes it agencies participating in cialist, Allied Services
offered on those Sundays. open for the grim reaper, the the Ability One Program. Foundation, 570-348-1498.
There is no program sched- lurking “Count” and all the Ability One’s mission is to
uled on Halloween, Sunday, other things that go bump in
October 31. Visitors are
urged to call 636-2070 www.
the night. Additionally, the gift
shop will be open and food
Senior Parents to
eckleyminersvillagemuse-
um.com if the weather is
vendors will be on site start-
ing at 5 p.m. discuss fundraisers
questionable. Admission is $10 for adults The Senior Parents Park following graduation in
On Friday and Saturday, and $5 for children. The tours (Weatherly Area High School June.
tours will be offered from 6:30 may not be suitable for chil- Class of 2011) will meet on For more information, call
to 10 p.m. with the last tour at dren age 6 and younger. Thursday, October 21 at 6:30 Michele Connors at 427-
9. Sunday hours will be 6:30 Visitors are encouraged to p.m. at the Weatherly Area 4927, Rose Douglas at 427-
to 9 p.m. with the last tour at bring their own flashlight; Middle School. The meeting 3381 or Donnell Stump at
8. Tours will be offered ap- they may also purchase a is open to all parents and 579-8801. The Senior Par-
proximately every 20 min- lantern at the museum. land Road, 10 miles west of guardians of members of this ents will be selling lottery cal-
utes. Doors will open at 6 and Eckley is located on High- White Haven. Please use Clothing year’s senior class. endars for December, Jan-
“Eckley, PA” for online map- Plans for upcoming fund- uary and February and are
ping or GPS technologies. Giveaway raisers will be discussed. The planning a cash bingo to be
Centenary Harvest Festival For additional information, Friday in group is responsible for rais- held on Sunday, November
is this weekend at Tweedle call the Village at 636-2070 or ing funds in support of the All 28.
Centenary United Methodist Church will hold its annual
www.eckleyminersvillagemus Freeland Night Party held at Eurana
eum.com. Free Clothing Giveaway
Harvest Festival on Saturday, October 9 from 11 a.m. to 4
p.m. at Tweedle Park in Weatherly. The event will take place Auto-Immune will be held Friday, October 8
Sophomores selling wreaths
at the Freeland Presbyterian The Weatherly Area High Cost of a wreath is $20. To
rain or shine. support group School sophomore class is order, see any sophomore or
This year’s festival will include homemade apple Church from 9 a.m. to noon.
dumplings, baked goods and candy. There will also be a to hear lung Please note the earlier time. taking orders for fresh call Stacey Titus at 427-4065
large tricky tray area featuring gas cards, grocery cards, specialist Clothing for all ages is Christmas wreaths during or Connie Derr at 427-4692.
cash, gift certificates from local restaurants and a available without restrictions. October. The wreaths are 21 All orders with payment are
Dr. Samuel Hammerman, a inches with pine cones, holly due October 25. Delivery will
Longaberger beverage tub with a wrought iron stand. Please bring bags for cloth-
lung specialist from Geisinger berries and a bow of red or be December 2.
The kitchen will be serving barbecue, sausage and pep- ing if possible.
Health System, will talk about maroon.
pers, soup and other favorites. The outside stand will feature Donations of clothing may
auto-immune diseases of the
funnel cakes and halushki. be dropped off at the same
There will be a variety of crafters, games and activities for
children of all ages, including face and pumpkin painting a
lungs and respiratory system
on Tuesday, October 12 at 7
time. For information call the
Rev. Glen Hueholt, 722-
Concert Preview
p.m. at Bowl Arena, West by Pete Chapla
fish pond, grab bags and a water balloon sling shot game. 8803.
Hazleton.
He will be addressing peo- “Classical Mystery Tour” and Crescendo
YOU CAN COUNT ple, families and caregivers at
the monthly meeting of the
Soccer
Boosters plan
Family Concerts on Columbus Day Weekend
ON ANTONIO’S!
Anyone lucky enough to Philharmonic at 341-1568 or
local support group FAITH, catch the first appearance of go to www.nepaphil.org.)
happy hour
Same ownership for 21 Years! which is Facing Auto-immune “Classical Mystery Tour” with The popular Crescendo

Antonio’s Pizza
Illnesses Together Head-on. fundraiser the Northeastern Pennsyl- Family Concert – “Musical
For more information, call vania Philharmonic and Fun 4 Kids” – will feature
The Crestwood Soccer
FAITH’s leader, Cynthia Do- Maestro Lawrence Loh a few Saint-Saens’ “Carnival of the
Booster Club will hold a
nlan, at 956-0072. years ago will certainly be Animals.” It’s a musical ad-
443-9776
Main St. Shopping Center, White Haven
Tues.-Sat. 10 a.m.-10 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
Happy Hour Fundraiser from
6 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, there again for the group’s venture that describes ani-
Craft vendors October 16 at the Dorrance eagerly awaited encore en- mals from fish to fossils, kan-
wanted Inn. Cost is $20 per person, gagement. “Classical My- garoos to tortoises, and lions
ST. PAUL’S LUTHERAN CHURCH which includes unlimited stery Tour” is the greatest to swans. Besides the usual
Fairview Elementary PTA
AUTUMNFEST 2010 pizza, stromboli, wings, Beatles’ tribute band; not only orchestra instruments there
is looking for vendors for its does the quartet sound just will be a xylophone and two
annual craft show, to be held soda, beer and wine.
418 Berwick Street, White Haven Those attending must be like the Fab Four, they look grand pianos.
Saturday November 13, from
Saturday, October 9 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Interested 21 years old. Tickets will be like them, too! Special guest artists are
9 a.m.-3 p.m. sold at the door or are avail- The concert takes us Nutshell Mask & Theatre
vendors can contact Tayna through the Beatles’ early members James J. Peck,
Home-made Halupkis, Haluski, Papura at 474-2606 or Patty able by calling 868-6390 or
Chicken BBQ Sandwiches, Soups, Whimpies, 401-4815. hits to the Sergeant Pepper who has designed the animal
Kresge at 443-5740. era and finally to their later masks and written the narra-
Hot Dogs & Baked Goods. Eat In or Take Out.
Trash ‘n Treasure • Crafts • Tricky Trays We’re working on our website, years – with appropriate cos- tion, and Veronica Dewitt,
Beautiful Hand-made Queen Quilt & other prizes
www.pocononewspapers.com where you can find a link to tumes. At its first appearance who will provide interpretive
will be raffled at 3 p.m. Tickets $2 each or 3 for $5. with the Philharmonic, Class- dance. This concert is sched-
For more information call 443-9424.
place a free classified, and new features every week. Or ical Mystery Tour played uled for the F.M. Kirby Center
find us on Facebook and become a fan! FIVE encores, and both the on Sunday, October 10 and
audience and the orchestra starts at 2 p.m. - but get there
Journal-Herald were rockin!’ at 1 to enjoy the concert
deadline is noon The concerts are sched- related activities: theater,
uled for Friday, October 8 at story-telling, puppetry,
Monday. the Scranton Cultural Center, dance, music and face paint-
E-mail articles to: and Saturday, October 9 at
the F.M. Kirby Center for the
ing.
(For tickets and informa-
Exit 274 off I-80, White Haven journalnews@ Performing Arts in Wilkes- tion, call the Philharmonic at
443-7424 pa.metrocast.net Barre, at 8 p.m. (For tickets
and information, call the
341-1568 or go to www.nepa
phil.org/kids.)
www.mountainlaurelgolfclub.com
Open to the public
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TUESDAYS – $30 w/cart
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Flower Club to make living wreaths


The Weatherly Flower Club second for her dahlia. Joan third for her yellow rose.
will hold its monthly meeting Drasher placed first for her Nancy Younker and Joanne
on Thursday, October 7, rosemary and parsley. Paula Bunk both placed first for their
starting at 7 p.m. at the Zions Gregory placed first for her tomatoes.
Lutheran Church Annex. Rose of Sharon and her The Weatherly Flower Club
There will be a hands-on- Butterfly Bush. Paula also meets the first Thursday of
workshop on living wreaths. placed first for her cherry every month at the Zions
Any flower club members tomatoes. Eunice Malatin Lutheran Church Annex. New
wishing to make a living placed first for both her pep- members are always wel-
wreath are asked to bring per and cucumber. Phyllis come at the meetings; please
their own materials. Martienson placed a second contact Georgia Farrow at
Last month these members for her petunia. Marie Mc- 427-4527 for more informa-
exhibited and placed in the Brien placed first for her tion on joining the club.
following: Elva Dargay placed sedum and also placed first Farrow at 427-4527 for
first for her Moon River
Design. Elva also placed first
for her hydrangea. Terry
Warnagiris placed first for her
more information on joining
the club.
Class of ’65 holds 45th reunion
for her caster beans and a cantaloupe, and placed a The 1965 Class of Weatherly Area High School held its 45th reunion on July 17. The
picnic was catered by Teresa Kairewich of Creative Cuisine and held at the Silver
Weatherly Church to celebrate the harvest Ridge Hunting Club.
Zions Lutheran Church, Richard Hinkle will conduct blessing. The church is deco- There were 37 classmates and 28 guests, along with teachers Mr. and Mrs. Walter
335 Third St. in Weatherly will the service. rated in fall flowers and the Ebling, and Mr. Thomas Beninsky.
celebrate the festival of Harvest Home is an annual colors of autumn. The hymns The following classmates were in attendance: Nancy Zink Dawson, Harold “Chipper”
Harvest Home on Sunday, event to celebrate the bring- will have a harvest theme. Farrow, Linda Lee Potter Knight, Judy Field Griesing, Sharon Frable Watson, Marianne
October 10 at the 10:45 a.m. ing in of the harvest and Members of the congrega- Wargula Colasurdo, Tommy Williams, Jane Wilkerson Atkins, Kathy Jones Balas, Judy
worship service. The Rev. praising God for His bountiful tion are asked to bring non- Kolb Hill, Edna Schmeer Reis, Clarence “Joe” Evans, Steve Pompella, Linda Gerhart
perishable food item, paper Garber, Larry Wilcrout, Amelia “Mae” Thrash Cox, Patricia Cronk Gerhard, Dale Harvey,
and cleaning supplies and Elaine Zumar Tarapchak, Richard Billman, Bella Ann Setzer Mick, Kathy Hayes Ney,

DELLA CROCE DENTAL CARE soap which will be donated to


the Shepherd House Food
Joanne Douglas Zboray, Dolores Bizarre Mehalko, Robert Richie, Linda Briese, Cheryl
Vack Stanker, Charlie Bird, James Gregory, Carol Wassel Tulay, Jack A. Cherba, David
JOHN J. DELLA CROCE, D.M.D. Pantry. Jemo, Mary Jane Tee O’merle, Robert Van Horn, Patricia Jacoby Chomsky, Dolores
Master of the Academy of General Dentistry/Master of the American Endodontic Society Doleiden Younker and John Hart.
MELISSA B. DELLA CROCE, D.M.D. A 1965 Weatherly Trivia game designed by Cheryl and

Comprehensive Family Dentistry including Extractions & Root Canals


Biernacki Eye Manus Stanker was enjoyed by all. Classmates attended

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Lehigh supervisors... sus reached at that earlier


executive session. That unan-
auditor.
They also approved a reso-
Zoning Officer John Ca-
possela reminded the super-
should something like this
happen in the future.
Continued from page A1 imous vote brought this lution to name Creditech as visors of his requests to The supervisors were also
held because of threatened mate reason for an executive response from Strauss, who the collector of delinquent determine when documents asked about the dumpster
or potential legal action. Both session because of the po- said, “We were denied com- garbage fees. Starting this may be disposed of and how located at a property on Buck
women denied that either tential for legal action. pensation for legal fees re- month, Berkheimer is the long other documents need Mountain Road. It is alleged
had ever threatened legal The supervisors took a for- sulting from work being done billing agent for garbage fees. to be retained. He also asked that up to seven families
action. Hludzik held to his mal vote during the October 4 for the township; this is very Annual bills were received by if any response had been dump household trash in that
opinion that it was a legiti- meeting to ratify the consen- disappointing. It was record- most in attendance at the forthcoming from elected offi- dumpster, thus avoiding pay-
ed in the minutes that we meeting. Martha Raynock cials regarding the letter ing for garbage collection at
were directed to do this expressed disagreement with seeking help in obtaining their residential properties.
New Books added to shelves work.” the annual billing, saying, “I’m broadband internet service to The township ordinance re-
The following editions have Newt Gingrich and William At the start of the meeting, afraid members of the com- the township. Skinner told quires residential properties
recently been added to the Forstchen in memory of the supervisors conducted munity will pay with the first him he’d had no response. be included in the curbside
shelves in the White Haven Walter Cosgrove by Bob and the regular monthly business coupon and then set the bill Capossela also asked for pick-up of trash and pay the
Area Community Library/ Ann Bowen; The Kitchen of the township including aside and forget about it the supervisors and Atty. quarterly fee, while commer-
Main Street Coffee Works Garden by Alan Buckingham accepting the minutes of both since they will not get a quar- Hludzik to consider adopting cial or industrial sites may
coffee shop. and Put ‘Em Up by Sherri the July 2010 and September terly reminder.” Strauss also an ordinance or whatever use a dumpster for trash col-
Spoken from the Heart by Brooks Vinron in memory of 2010 meetings. They also expressed concern that the regulation is needed with lection. Strauss cited an item
Laura Bush; Teaching the Pig June Searfoss by KME Fire accepted the treasurer’s re- bill indicates a delinquent respect to clearing of trees. from the minutes of a meet-
to Dance by Fred Thompson; Apparatus Company. port. Bills presented for pay- account will only be turned He believes that as zoning/ ing many years ago where
Private by James Patterson The following books have ment were okayed, with two over to Creditech in Sep- code enforcement officer he someone alleged to be col-
and Maxine Paetro; The Lion been purchased for the revisions. Instead of paying tember of 2011. Wagner as- deals mainly with construc- lecting household trash in a
by Nelson DeMille; Sizzling White Haven Area Com- just the quarterly payment to sured her that the process tion and land development, dumpster instead of partici-
Sixteen by Janet Evanovich; munity Library in memory of EMC Insurance Company, would not take that long but could find no provision for pating in the township-wide
Chopping Spree by Diane Bradford Jones, son of Rev. the supervisors agreed to before delinquent accounts stopping someone from tak- garbage collection program
Mott Davidson; Death by and Mrs. Mike Steele, by the pay the annual premium of were turned over. He felt that ing down a significant num- was issued a “cease and
Cashmere by Sally Golden- Red Roses of White Haven. $8,103. A bill from RH Con- the process would be revised ber of trees. The supervisors desist” letter. Such action car-
baum; Tales of the Towpath: The Last Lecture by Randy struction for emergency work now that the supervisors had told Capossela that the coun- ries a $500 per day fine, if the
Adventures Along the Lehigh Pausch; Medical Terminology done last week following the passed the resolution naming ty soil erosion and conserva- party issued the letter does
and Delaware Canals by DeMystified by Dr. Dale Lay- rain and windstorm of Sep- Creditech as the delinquent tion district would be the not comply.
Dennis Scholl, presented to man; The Pain Chronicles by tember 30 was also added for bill collector. party to contact. Capossela is The next meeting of the
the library as a gift following Melanie Thernstrom; DOO- $360 for use of equipment Strauss also brought up a seeking authorization to con- supervisors will be held on
his presentation at the volun- WOP: The Music, The Times, and operator. concern that the garbage tact the county or another Monday, November 1 starting
teer breakfast; Days of In- The Era by "Cousin Brucie" The supervisors accepted account is still running in the agency as an appointed offi- at 7:30 p.m. at the township
famy – A Fictional Account of Morrow; and San Francisco the resignation of Myra Wolfe red. cial, rather than as a citizen, building on south Lehigh
the Pacific Area Campaigns by Jerry Camarillo Drunn, Jr. Hoffman from her position as Gorge Drive.
of World War II 1939-1945 by

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there has been an elk-hunt- sive elk herd. These 600 to
Out in the Open by Alex Zidock ing season in Northcentral 1000-pound beauties can be
Pennsylvania to control the seen from the road or from
ELK Elk are among the success size of the herd. special viewing areas. If you
Elk are huge and they eat a stories accredited to the But it’s not all about the go, the best time is in
lot. They roamed throughout Game Commission’s early hunting. Each year 75,000 to October when bulls are
the state’s big forests, includ- vision. In 1913 the Game 100,000 people visit the bugling and sparring and
ing the Pocono Plateau until Commission purchased 50 “Pennsylvania Wilds” –the when the elk are wearing
the 1840s. Native elk were elk at a cost of $30 each. area around Winslow Hill and their prime winter coat. A
completely eliminated from They came from Yellowstone Benezette to view and photo- good place to start your trip is
the Pennsylvania landscape National Park and Jackson graph Pennsylvania’s impres- www.paelk.com.
when the last one was killed Hole, Wyoming by train. Half
near Benezette in 1877. were released in Clinton Football Boosters to meet
Today however, elk are big County and half in Clearfield
business in and around County. An additional 22 The Crestwood Football Booster Club will hold its next
Benezette in Northcentral were purchased from a Mon- meeting Wednesday, October 13, at 7 p.m. at Kings Rest-
Pennsylvania. But it’s been a roe County preserve of which aurant. Homecoming will be discussed. Any questions please
long and surprising road 12 were relocated to a pre- call Tony at 430-7571.
back. serve in Center County for
Killing off Pennsylvania’s future dispersal, and 12 were MYBL signup available online
native elk herd was nearly released on state lands in Photo and comments by Alex Zidock. The Mountain Top Youth late fee of $30 per child will
out of necessity. Before Monroe County. Basketball League is holding be required after October 14,
super markets, elk, deer, Again in 1915 another 95 mals. Elk were once again Through specific plans and signups for the winter league no exceptions.
ducks, geese, turkey, quail elk were brought from Wyom- protected. However, as a good game management the that runs from December to For anyone who is unable
and other game animals fed ing and distributed mostly in matter of fact, as recently as elk herd grew to about 500 February and is open to boys to access the internet to sign
the rapidly growing and Northcentral Pennsylvania, 1928, the Game Commission animals in 2000. This is many and girls in first through 12th up, there will be computers
sprawling population during with 6 being released in deliberated whether to kill more than the landscape grades. Registration can be available to use at King’s
the early 1800s. Monroe County. two troublesome, crop-dam- (and area farms) can accom- completed online with a cred- Pizza on Sunday, October 10
It wasn’t until the Penn- The herd grew fast and in aging elk in Carbon County. modate and so the Game it card at www.league line- from 5 to 7 p.m.
sylvania Game Commission the early 1920s another hunt- Supposedly farmers beat Commission offered a limited up.com/mybl. For more information, call
was established in 1895 was ing season was established. them to it. hunting opportunity. In 2001 Cost is $55 for the first Patrick at 403-0411 or e-mail
the way paved to re-introduce It was closed in 1927 when In 1952 the few elk left in more than 50,000 people child in the family, $45 for to myblhoops@yahoo.com.
many of the animals that poaching, farmers killing ani- Pennsylvania were holding submitted an application to second and $35 for third. A
were over-harvested for food, mals for crop damage and out in a small area near receive one of 30 permits to
feathers and hides. hunters took too many ani- Benezette where the last of harvest an elk in the first elk- Freeland garbage time earlier
the native elk made their last hunting season in Pennsyl- Freeland borough resi- pickup.

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Misericordia University Law and Government Society presenting


forum on Luzerne County’s proposed home rule charter
The Misericordia University County and elsewhere in Study Commission also will to-day decision making by because it proposes an
Law and Government Society Pennsylvania. Panelists in- participate in the forum. offering an enforceable code appointed county manager
is sponsoring the forum, clude Brian Carso, J.D., Voters in Luzerne County of ethics, while also estab- and 11 part-time council
“Home Rule: Pros and Cons,’’ Ph.D., director of the Govern- will be able to choose on lishing a professional and members running the county
on Tuesday, October 12 at ment, Law and National Tuesday, November 2 modernized government for instead of the present three-
7:30 p.m. in Huntzinger Security program at Miseri- whether or not to adopt a new county affairs. Home rule commissioner setup that is
Room 218 of Sandy and cordia University and a for- home rule charter that estab- charter supporters also elected at-large. Certain pro-
Marlene Insalaco Hall to dis- mer county official in Otsego lishes sweeping reforms and believe that the new form of visions of the charter, accord-
cuss local government re- County, N.Y.; Dr. Jere eliminates the present com- government will be able to ing to people against home
form and the home rule char- Packard, an adjunct history missioner and row officer limit annual tax increases rule, believe the charter pro-
ter initiative in Luzerne professor at Misericordia Uni- form of government. and provide more input from vides less accountability and
County. The event is free and versity and a member of the Proponents say the charter county taxpayers on govern- that there are less stringent
open to the public. steering committee for the under consideration will mini- ment operations. procedures in place to
The forum will examine the Luzerne County Home Rule mize the damaging role of Opponents claim that the address the awarding of con-
challenges facing county Charter; and a member of the political influence and pay-to- charter is less democratic tracts.
government in Luzerne Brian Carso Luzerne County Government play schemes that affect day-

Ironman 70.3 Series expands to Pocono Mountains to both New York City and
Philadelphia so we expect
70.3 Pocono Mountains.”
Registration for the 2011
The biggest brand in Stroudsburg. The inaugural swim, a 56-mile bike and a producer in the Mid-Atlantic, the interest in this race to be Ironman 70.3 Pocono Moun-
triathlon is coming to Penn- race will mark the first Iron- 13.1-mile run. This new race we were looking for a new significant. We look forward to tains will open on October 1
sylvania in 2011 with the man event in the Common- joins nearly 50 global events opportunity to bring another working closely with the of this year. For more infor-
addition of Ironman 70.3 wealth of Pennsylvania and in the Ironman 70.3 Series great triathlon to the region,” Pocono Mountains Visitors mation on the 2011 Ironman
Pocono Mountains. will include a multisport expo that qualify athletes for the said Richard Adler, CEO of Bureau (PMVB) and the 70.3 Pocono Mountains, visit
Scheduled for Sunday, and other interactive events. Foster Grant Ironman World Philadelphia Triathlon, LLC. municipalities in the region to www.ironmanpoconomoun
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will take place in and around race details will be an- Presented by Ford. exciting opportunity than
the scenic Delaware Water nounced in the coming Ironman 70.3 Pocono bringing Ironman, the most
Gap National Recreation months. Mountains will be produced prestigious brand in en- First-ever horseshoe
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Races in the Ironman 70.3
Series consist of a 1.2-mile
by Philadelphia Triathlon,
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durance sports, to the P-
ocono Mountains. The Po-
tourney a big success
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L-CCC announces Triathlon, a top-ranked inter- the perfect backdrop for an shoe League held its inaugu- all. If you did not win sorry, if
national distance triathlon in Ironman 70.3 event. Ironman rual tournament last week- you did congratulations.
Summer Dean’s List the United States.
“As the leading multisport
70.3 Pocono Mountains will
be the closest Ironman 70.3
end. Two teams from the
White Haven League took
The tournament even had
a father and daughter entry
Donald W. Snyder, President at Lehigh-Carbon Community first and third place honors. and they made a very good
College, recently announced the Dean’s List for the Summer The League would like to showing As they said we will
2010 semester.
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Comets’
JOURNAL SPORTS three-game
win streak
Crestwood’s Mongeon right at home with Colgate ends at
by Steve Stallone
Sports Editor
ing it awhile, so you get used to
the technique.”
“At the Carrier Dome, it was
unbelievable,” he said. “The day
Tunkhannock
HAMILTON, N.Y. – Knowing After spending his freshman before was probably the most Tunkhannock used a
that his father and uncle played season as an offensive lineman, shocking thing. Youʼre in the strong ground game to put an
there before him, one might he was moved to defensive end Dome with no one in there, and end to Crestwoodʼs three-
think Colgate University football in spring practice. Though he you can barely hear. Then when game winning streak last
player Bryce Mongeon would be didnʼt see action as a sopho- you get out on the field and see Friday night, as the Tigers
under a great deal of pressure more either, Mongeonʼs all those people on game day, beat the visiting Comets 25-7.
these days. patience and hard work has itʼs pretty amazing. “I saw a Tunkhannock foot-
In fact, nothing could be fur- begun to pay off. “It was a lot of fun. We defi- ball team who controlled at
ther from the truth. “This is my third year now, itʼs nitely played really hard. It was the line of scrimmage and
The 2008 Crestwood High unbelievable how fast the time a great experience.” really took it to us,”
School graduate is right at goes,” he said. “But you just Though the Raiders lost to Crestwood head coach Greg
home on the picturesque cam- keep putting the time in, get up the Orange 42-7, Mongeon said Myers said afterward.
pus in mid-state New York. And here over the summer working they learned plenty from their The Comets (3-2 overall, 1-
more than ever, heʼs very com- out, and you finally get your shot season-opening non-league 2 WVC) grabbed momentum
fortable with his role on the to get in there. Especially on games against Syracuse, early, as Jimmy Crablo
Raiders football team. special teams too, every chance Furman and Monmouth. brought the opening kickoff all
“I wouldnʼt say thereʼs pres- you can contribute to a win, itʼs “We definitely found out how the way back to the Tigersʼ 22
sure,” Mongeon said following a lot of fun. Itʼs definitely nice to to play hard. We played really yard line. After a series of
Saturdayʼs 34-3 Homecoming finally get out on the field and hard against Furman, really short runs, quarterback Nick
Game victory over Georgetown. contribute.” hard against Syracuse. But we Aigeldinger hit sophomore
“Iʼve been coming up here pret- On Saturday, Mongeon learned to play a little bit wideout Kota Kishel on a
ty much every year since I can played on the kick return team, smarter, refine our technique,” nine-yard scoring pass, then
remember, coming to games and also saw action at defen- he said. “When you go and play booted the extra point for a
and stuff. Itʼs been an unbeliev- sive end in the fourth quarter. those guys, theyʼll exploit every quick 7-0 lead.
able atmosphere.” He played a role in the Raidersʼ little mistake. When youʼre able Tunkhannock (2-3, 2-2)
His father Tory is a 1983 sparkling defensive perform- to come back and work at those seized control from there.
Colgate graduate, and his uncle ance, in which they held the things, and then play a team Quarterback Luke Seaberg
Kyndle a 1994 grad, and both unbeaten Hoyas to just 113 total thatʼs not quite on that level, led his team down field with
played for the Raiders. Thatʼs yards and six first downs. youʼre able to show all those numerous running plays
part of what brought Bryce to Georgetown managed a mere things off. So it really did help.” before Mike Thomas went
the Patriot League school, but 37 rushing yards. Kicking off their Patriot over from two yards out.
not the only reason. With a stu- “Itʼs fun, especially playing on League season in dominating However, Seabergʼs two-
dent-to-professor ratio of 19-to- defense, to finally really get fashion, Mongeon and the point pass attempt fell short,
1, the campus of 2,800 seemed Colgate University’s Bryce Mongeon, a Crestwood High School after it the whole game, and Raiders (2-2 overall, 1-0 PL) leaving Crestwood on top, 7-
to be a perfect fit for Mongeon. graduate, is all smiles on the sideline during the Raiders’ 34-3 show that weʼre able to do it the appear poised to make a run at 6.
And it was a school where he victory over Georgetown University on Saturday in Hamilton, entire game on defense, four their seventh league champi- Later in the second quarter,
could continue to play the game N.Y. Photo courtesy of Colgate University Athletics quarters, not letting up, finishing onship under head coach Dick Thomas scored on a 12-yard
he loves. the game. That was real exciting Biddle. run as the Tunkhannock lead
“I looked at other schools, end, and itʼs good to be in that me a spot, so I came to camp to do,” he said. “I definitely see us competing went to 12-7 at intermission.
and when all is said and done I position right now,” said the 5- here the first year. Honestly “When you look at the end of for the Patriot League champi- After a series of miscues in
donʼt think you can beat a place foot-11, 228-pounder who looks when I came in here I knew I the game, they had (37 yards) onship this year, especially after the third quarter, the Tigers
like this,” the Mountain Top resi- more like a linebacker than a was undersized for a lot of dif- rushing. Being able to get after those first three games against put it together in the fourth.
dent said. “Especially a day like traditional defensive end. ferent things,” he said. “They the quarterback, itʼs something scholarship schools,” Mongeon With the ball in their own terri-
this. This is exactly why I want At Crestwood, Mongeon was had me at O-line because thatʼs weʼre really proud of. We want predicted. “I think we really were tory, Seaberg handed off to
to come here. One oʼclock a Standard-Speaker All-Area what I played in high school. I to stop the run all the time, but able to see what we could play Baldwin, who then rolled out
game, beautiful day, a lot of first-teamer at defensive tackle, kind of showed up and maybe to be able to do that was awe- against, see what we need to do and hit Mike Barber for a 59-
fans. Itʼs really just a great a two-time Wyoming Valley played a hybrid position. some.” to compete at the highest level. yard touchdown reception,
atmosphere to come and play.” Conference second team pick, “Now Iʼm actually playing a Mongeon has seen action in From here on out weʼve just got giving Tunkhannock an 18-7
After spending two seasons and a three-year letterman at of- rush end position, which is like three of the Raidersʼ four games to keep picking it up and keep lead.
settling into a position and fensive guard and D-tackle. our open end defensive end this season, the highlight com- on working hard. After an interception the
adjusting to the college game, Back then, he didnʼt seem to position, so Iʼm not necessarily ing Sept. 25 against Division I “I think we know if we are able Tigers scored again, with
the junior also seems right at have the size to play either posi- taking on a lot of double teams Syracuse at the Carrier Dome, a to perform to the best of our Baldwin going in from 28
home as the Raidersʼ second tion at the college level. or tight ends, things like that. Itʼs game played in front of more ability, weʼll definitely be able to yards out to ice the game.
team defensive end. “I sent my films out every- worked out well. Iʼve been play- than 38,000 fans. compete for a championship.” The Comets will look to
“Iʼm backing up at defensive where, and (Colgate) offered start a new winning streak
Friday night at Hazleton Area.

Crestwood stickers roll on, remain perfect


Crestwoodʼs unbeaten field
hockey team continued to
the win.
Crestwood had 24 shots on
Against Dallas, the Moun-
taineers swept the doubles
Metcald (D) 21:04; 13. Kristen
Lampordo (P) 21:17; 15. Allison
Weatherly spikers shut
steamroll the opposition last goal and 14 penalty corners. matches and won a singles con- Kacnci (C) 21:43; 16. Kaitlyn
week, with an 8-1 victory over
Coughlin.
Danielle Despirito had one save
in goal.
test to edge Crestwood.
Kristi Bowman defeated
Kutcher (P) 22:13; 17. Jordan
Cumbo (P) 22:22; 18. Brittany
out Minersville, MMI
The Comets broke free from a Coughlin finished with two Melissa Tucker 6-3, 6-1 at No. 1 Fisher (MMI) 22:38; 19. Olivia Weatherlyʼs girls volleyball 1. Andrew Vack (W) 19:24; 2.
1-1 tie to rattle off seven goals shots and four corners. Paige singles, and Brittany Stanton Lanza (P) 22:45; 20. Emily team improved to 8-3 on the Doug Wells (MA) 19:39; 3. Todd
and secure the win. Tedik and Lori Masi combined topped Bridget Boyle 2-6, 6-4, Seamon (P) 23:14; 21. Brianna season last week with shutout Techentine (MA) 21:03; 4. Matt
Lindsay Metzger put Crest- for 16 saves. 6-0 in the second singles match Simpkins (MMI) 23:19; 22. wins over Minersville and MMI. Caccese (W) 22:17; 5. Alex
wood on the board first with a Golf for Crestwoodʼs points. Hanna Sulkowski (C) 23:23; 24. the Lady Wreckers breezed Sirkot (W) 22:22; 6. Mark
goal at the 15:25 mark in the Crestwoodʼs Jake Popowycz Erin Richardson (C) 23:44; 27. past Minersville by scores of Swokeo (MA) 22:37; 7. Michael
first half on a pass from Jenna battled through the raindrops CRESTWOOD Angela Coco (W) 23:57; 28. 25-18, 25-9 and 25-21. Wirtz (MA) 22:47; 8. Matt Cullen
Chrismer. Coughlinʼs Caitlin and shot a team-leading 88 at Paige Darrow (MMI) 24:02; 29. Brittany Hinkle led a bal- (W) 22:57; 9. Shane Starkey
Wood answered less than five the District 2 Golf Cham- SPORTS Megan Kelin (MMI) 24:05; 30. anced attack with 12 kills and
18 digs, Alyssa Kephart chalked
(M) 24:35; 10. Lucas Rinker (W)
minutes later (10:54) with help pionship Monday at Fox Hill Myla Deganich (MMI) 24:06; 41.
from Kristi Gabriele to tie things
up.
Country Club in Exeter.
Popowycz opened with a 46
ROUNDUP Kim Golden (W) 27:31; 42.
Sarah Crake (W) 28:12.
up 14 kills, Sarah Dolinsky con-
tributed 12 digs, Rachel Heister
WEATHERLY
Chrismer scored her own
goal with seven minutes left in
on his first nine before closing
strong with a 42, but did not
Dallasʼ Dana Yu wrapped up
singles play with a 6-3, 6-3 tri-
The Cometsʼ boys cross
country team took two out of
had 21 assists,
Panzarella had nine digs and
Alicia
SPORTS
the half off a Chandler Ackers advance to the state tourna- umph over Sam Snyder. Kelsey three, beating Wyoming Area Samantha Staizak added 12
assist to send Crestwood into ment. Maas and Demitra Swatkowski (26-29) and GAR (15-50) while digs. ROUNDUP
the half up 2-1. Pittston Areaʼs Brandon combined to beat Melanie falling to Pittston Ara (15-50). Against MMI, the Lady
Kelsey Jones registered a Matthews captured the district Snyder and Jenn Snyder 6-0, 6- Jared Kotsko was 17th over- Wreckers rolled 25-9, 25-20 24:45.
pair of second-half goals (17:01 title, blowing away the field with 2 at No. 1 doubles, and Sa- all in the cluster meet, clocking and 25-11. The Mahanoy Area girls also
and 2:34), and Jess Newak a 1-under-par 70, becoming the mantha Costo and Marta Di- a time of 18:55. Brittany Hinkle led Weatherly squeaked out a 27-28 victory
(22:58), Anna Dessoye (18:43), first Wyoming Valley Con- vasson came together to edge 1. Jess Adams (D) 16:29; 2. with 12 digs, 10 kills, seven behind the first-place run of
Audrey Bruell (14:31) and ference golfer to win the cham- Courtney Williams and Vicki Chris Ahert (D) 16:33; 3. Frank aces, two dinks and two blocks; Paige Mahmod (25:15).
Metzger (12:18) all had one for pionship since Coughlinʼs Tony Lorenz 7-6 (7-3) 3-6, 6-2. Ferlenda (D) 16:39; 4. Alex and Sarah Dolinsky posted 13 Suzanne Reigle came in
the Lady Comets. Tosh in 2002. Scranton Prepʼs Cross Country Zublio (D) 16:44; 5. Dave digs, five kills, two aces, one fourth and Devon Bizarre was
Metzger, Brittany Blass, Kyle Williams finished second at The Crestwood girls cross McClean (P) 16:56; 6. Kevin dink and one assist. fifth for the Lady Wreckers. The
Dessoye and Lindsay Hischak 76. country teams swept its three Gilbert (D) 17:15; 7. Brandon Rachel Heister contributed 23 top six runners were separated
all had a second-half assists in Holy Redeemerʼs Mike Nap- matchups with Wyoming Area Hampton (P) 17:33; 8. Ryan assists, five digs, two aces and by just 34 seconds.
kori (78) and Coughlinʼs Sha- (23-39), Pittston Area (27-30) Thomas (D) 17:42; 9. Tanner one kill; and Alicia Panzarella 1. Paige Mahmod (MA)
THIS WEEK’S ANSWERS - page A4 mus Gartley (77) also qualified and GAR (15-50). Baloh (D) 17:45; 10. Ludwig had 11 digs, four aces, one kill, 25:15; 2. Taylor Finneran (MA)
Ruth (D) 17:50; 11. Chris one dink and one assist; Alyssa 25:27; 3. Emily Davidson (MA)
10/3/2010

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wood on Monday were Billy Dallas and MMI. Cummings (P) 18:48; 17. Jared added nine digs and one ace. 25:49; 7. Erin Noon (MA) 27:58;
Y R E N E C S F O E G N A H C Dombroski (48-46-94) and Scott 1. Regan Rome (D) 18:50; 2. Kotsko (C) 18:55; 18. Ryan MMI won the JV match 3-2 8. Jamie Dougherty (W) 28:07;
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Lerman (50-50-100). Kirstin Schafer (C) 19:35; 3. Schwartz (C) 18:56; 20. Dave (15-7, 15-12, 9-15, 14-16, 15- 9. Erin Dougherty (W) 28:21;
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T T O T E Y R E T T O K Girls Tennis Michele Golden (W) 19:44; 4. Polashenski (MMI) 19:10; 22. 9). 10. Brittany Filiziani (MA) 28:40.
E S A R H P A S N I O C The Lady Comets squeaked Hannah Coffin (C) 19:59; 5. Nick Oldziejewski (GAR) 19:23; Girls Soccer Junior High Cross Country
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past Coughlin 3-2, and fell to Alexis Arnold (D) 20:07; 6. Katie 23. Kevin Anderson (WA) 19:27; Sophomore Erin Dougherty Weatherly claimed five of the
D E E N K E L A V G S A S Dallas 3-2 to close out their reg- Kranitz (D) 20:34; 7. Lindsay 24. Mark Wychok (C) 19:38; 30. scored the game-winning goal top six spots to post a 18-38 vic-
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ular season with a 9-4 record. Demko (D) 20:42; 8. Taylor Cody Vaughn (C) 20:39; 35. Joe with two minutes remaining in tory over Mahanoy Area.
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9 2 Against Coughlin at Kirby Culver (D) 20:50; 9. Sara Quinn (C) 21:12. the second overtime period, lift- Tim Busher won the race in
9 1 6 2 3 7 8 5 4 Park, Crestwoodʼs No. 2 dou- Radzwilka (W) 20:57; 10. Katie ing the Weatherly girls soccer 14:59, and Brett Kelly was right
bles team rallied for the win with team to a 1-0 victory over Upper behind in second (15:22). Josh
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Courtney Williams and Vicki Dauphin, the Lady Wreckersʼ Naegele (15:34), Ryan Hoffman
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Lorenz outlasting Sam Popple second win of the season. (15:43) and Dillon Bizarre
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and Mary Patterson 4-6, 7-5, 7- The Wreckers had standout (15:52) were fourth through
4 8 9 7 2 3 5 1 6 5. performances from midfielders sixth for the Wreckers.
1 9 5 8 7 2 6 4 3 Crestwood won the first two Kali Coll, Sara Heister, Alexis In the girls race, Shannon
2 3 8 1 6 4 9 7 5 singles contests when No. 1 Boyarski, Tiana Genetti and Kelly paced Weatherly with a
6 7 4 3 5 9 2 8 1 player Kristi Bowman defeated Dougherty, all having shots on third-place finish in 21:31.
Sudoku Solution #1955-M Jenna Lutchko 6-2, 6-7 and 6-0, goal. Junior High Basketball
and No. 2 Brittany Stanton Cross Country The Weatherly junior high
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2 9 8 5 4 3 7 6 1 topped Ashley Austin in straight Weatherlyʼs Andy Vack fin- girls scored a pair of victories
5 6 4 8 1 7 9 2 3 sets, 6-2, 6-0. Coughlin won the ished first overall in a time of over Tamaqua. In the eighth
7 1 3 2 9 6 8 5 4 final singles with Grace Fazzi Mountain Top Magic U-11 Girls soccer team recently finished in 19:24, but the Wreckers fell just grade game, Kelly Parker
8 7 6 3 5 2 4 1 9 defeating Sam Snyder 5-7, 6-2, second place in the U-11/U-12 Division of the Northeast Travel short in a 27-28 setback against poured in 10 points and Jess
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7-6 (7-5). League. Team members are, first row: Mady Heller, Alyssa Mahanoy Area. Polchin added six in a 22-9 win.
Coughlinʼs No. 1 doubles Cuono, Emily Traficante, Madisyn Granoski, Ally Olszyk, Doug Wells came in second Tamaqua was led by Vanessa
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team of Summer Lontini and Gianna Uhl, Emily Hons and Autumn Kaminski. Second row: and Todd Techentine was third Solt with three.
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Julie Barry beat back the Maria Ellis, Bailey Gallagher, Taylor Herron, Kaitlin Snipas, Madi to lead the Golden Bears. Matt The Weatherly seventh
6 8 7 1 3 9 5 4 2 Crestwood team of Melanie Maharty, Tatiana Kogoy and Shyla Seesoltz. Missing from Caccese was fourth for graders posted a 17-7 win
9 3 5 4 2 8 1 7 6 Snyder and Jenn Snyder, 6-3, photo are Grace Federo and Makayla Dauksis. Coaches are Weatherly. behind Shelby Bergerʼs eight
Sudoku Solution #1955-D 1-6 and 6-4. Kim Kaminski, Brian Hons & Tony Ellis. points and Alexis Hartʼs seven.

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