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Happy New Year!

Well, look at me all fancy like Applebee’s on page 2! I have to tell you; this is one of my favorite issues of the year. Honestly, every year when I write this article, it’s hard not to get a little choked up thinking about all the fantastic organizations that my co-workers and I get

Well, look at me all fancy like Applebee’s on page 2!

I have to tell you; this is one of my favorite issues of the year. Honestly, every year when I write this article, it’s hard not to get a little choked up thinking about all the fantastic organizations that my co-workers and I get to support this week, from furbabies to actual babies to families and vets and the great outdoors!

This week’s issue is just one of the many ways Jimmy helps people and our community throughout the year. I can’t state enough that Jimmy doesn’t get (nor would he want) nearly enough recognition for all the contributions he makes to our community every year.

I want to say thank you to Jimmy, not only for the opportunity that he gives us with this issue but also for all that he does for so many all year long. Thanks, JWebb!

So, on to the details about this week’s issue:

For the past six years, Jimmy has given each full-time employee a page of the paper to donate to the charity of their choice. We all get to pick something that is near and dear to us and donate ad space, editorial space, or a combination of both.

As you can see on the cover, we have a variety of organizations from across the area that we donated space to this week. I’m sure that you are familiar with most, and you can learn about what they do in more detail as you read through this issue, but here is a quick rundown:

Aly’s Monkey Movement: Aly’s Monkey Movement is a young girl’s dream to change the world by raising money to purchase stuffed animal monkeys to deliver to children all over the United States. These children are experiencing something hard in their lives. Whether it be an illness, the loss of a parent, or a house fire; Aly aims to provide a piece of comfort, or joy to the child in the midst of their fear.

Beckoning Cat Project: They believe that the problem of “too many cats and not enough homes” can be addressed through educational outreach, coordination of services, and a comprehensive neuter-spay program that reaches all cats in our neighborhoods.

Clinton County SPCA: The Clinton County SPCA is a small, no-kill animal shelter located in Lock Haven. They work every day to protect the legion of animals suffering from cruelty, abuse, neglect, and abandonment each year. They cannot accomplish their life-saving work without your support.

Consolidated Sportsman of Muncy Creeks: The Sportsmen manage two trout nurseries in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission at the Faus Nursery in Hughesville and the Bob King Nursery at Roaring Run.

Family Promise of Lycoming County: Family Promise of Lycoming County empowers families to become and remain self-sufficient by breaking the cycle of homelessness, providing community awareness and advocacy, and creating mission opportunities for individuals and faith-based communities.

Lock Haven Veterans Benefits Center: The Lock Haven Veterans Benefits Center is an organization devoted to assisting Veterans in receiving all the benefits they deserve. A few of these benefits are death benefits, mortgage help, obtaining Military records, long-term care, and many more.

Lycoming County SPCA: The mission of the Lycoming County SPCA is to protect all domestic animals by providing shelter, emergency treatment, investigation and prosecution of cruelty or abuse complaints, adoption and counseling, education programs. and humane care throughout Lycoming County.

Each of these charities means something to the employee that sponsored them. They are all amazing local organizations that are doing what they can to help in our area.

So, thank you again, Jimmy. Doing things like this makes me so proud to be a Webb Weekly employee. I hope that as you read through the ads/editorials about these charities, you will consider adding them to your 2022 donation lists if you are able.

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year to you and yours!

Do you have your resolutions ready to go?

Listen, as of this writing, I’m still working on finishing Christmas stuff, so I’ll probably get to resolutions sometime around June-ish. That’s right, folks; if you’ve been following along the last couple of weeks, you’ll be happy to know that as of the Tuesday before Christmas, I still don’t have everything done. It’s fine. This is fine. I’m sure by the time you read this, I will have pulled myself together and pulled off Christmas…maybe.

One last reminder. Please be safe if you are headed out to ring in the New Year. Drink responsibly. Don’t drink and drive. Don’t text and drive. Wear a seatbelt.