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And the Winners are…

  Bones has become somewhat of an office mascot and has the important job of guarding the contest prizes!  
 

Fall has hit the Susquehanna Valley and that mean Jimmy is lost in the woods somewhere. He’s taking some time to enjoy the great outdoors and hopefully get a deer. I’m not one for the outdoors, so I am going to cover his space this week instead!
  Congratulations to the following winners of our Where are the Witches Contest!










  Your prizes can be picked up in our office at 280 Kane St. South Williamsport, Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
  In case you are curious – the final total was 130 Witches. There were 68 in the October 12th edition and 62 in the October 19th edition.
  We want to offer our sincerest thanks to everyone who entered! Because of all of your counting, we will be donating $500 to LAPS! Seriously, y’all are amazing! I think I got a record number of entries in this year’s contest!
  Juliana will be doing her Webb Kids segment for Webb Weekly Live from LAPS this week, so be sure to tune in and get to know the volunteers and residents of LAPS a little bit better.

  Speaking of Webb Weekly Live…
  Guys, seriously, this past week’s episode made me so proud and broke my heart in equal measure. I am proud because we had so many viewers this week. I am so proud that I have an outlet in which I am able to reach so many people and warn them about the dangers of heroin and the impact it is having on our community.
  I am heartbroken because I cannot imagine how Carolyn Miele feels. She is amazing. Not many people would have the strength to share their story over and over again like she has. So once again, I want to thank Carolyn. Your impact on our community is immeasurable. I can’t begin to tell you how sorry I am for your loss, but I am so impressed by your desire to turn that loss into something that will affect and save lives in our area.
  If you haven’t watched the episode or aren’t familiar with Carolyn’s story you can watch the episode at webbweeklylive.com. I highly recommend that you watch this with your kids. The effects of heroin are harsh and ravaging. Those results shouldn’t be sugarcoated for kids. They need to know the truths and dangers involved. It is never too early to talk to your kids.
  Next week we will have another entry in the heroin series. We will once again be sitting down with Steve Shope from the Bald Eagle Project. He will be discussing an upcoming presentation and town hall at Loyalsock High School about heroin.

One Last Bit of Halloween
  Happy Halloween!!
  There will be a lot of people out and about celebrating Halloween this weekend so please be careful. For whatever reason, we still can’t get Uber around here, so make sure you have a DD or call a cab at 570-322-2222.
  Don’t forget to be extra cautious if you are out and about on Monday evening. Kids get excited and stop paying attention so you need to be their eyes and ears.
  One last thing. Every year I hear people carry on about teenagers trick-or-treating. Do me a solid. Give them candy, and as they walk away remember this—maybe they are too old to be trick-or-treating, but isn’t that still a better alternative to them being out drinking, or experimenting with drugs, or finding some other sort of trouble? It seems like kids today are growing up faster than ever, so who cares if they want to hang on to that piece of their childhood a little longer?