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South Williamsport, PA
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  • Thanksgiving Menu and Table Ideas

    Thanksgiving Menu and Table Ideas0

    SIXTEEN days until Thanksgiving Day! It’s getting down there! Time to continue our countdown this week with some menu ideas, thankful talk around the table, how to continue to prepare for the upcoming weeks, and some decorating tips. Most of you probably don’t know that I love to decorate. I love decorating for each holiday

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  • The Bookworm Sez: “Peg and Rose Solve a Murder” by Laurien Berenson

    The Bookworm Sez: “Peg and Rose Solve a Murder” by Laurien Berenson0

    It’s your deal. Cards cut, they’re in your hand, and now you dole them out. Thirteen cards each, one at a time around the table, let the game begin. Do you bid, or pass and hope that your partner has a good hand? As in the new mystery, “Peg and Rose Solve a Murder” by

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  • Five Fall Foods for Health0

    Fall is known for many great things. From Halloween and hay rides to Thanksgiving dinners with all of the trimmings. But did you know that the seasonal produce that we have come to associate with fall is packed with nutrients and is some of the healthiest food we can get regardless of the season? As

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  • Thanksgiving Countdown

    Thanksgiving Countdown0

    Oh, by gosh, by golly, it’s time for turkey, potatoes, and stuffing. Fancy ties, granny’s pies, and families gathered around. And they whisper, “Happy Thanksgiving” to yooouuuuu! Holy moly! I should be a songwriter. That was just beautiful! *Insert my famous cheesy smile here!* Folks, it’s November. I can’t believe I just typed that. I

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  • 60-Degree Style0

    We are officially in transitional weather season, and I’m living for this time of year! With highs hitting just around 60 degrees and evenings in the 40s, for my money, this is weather at its best. Besides the crisp autumn air and vibrant foliage, one of my favorite things about this time of year is

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  • Accepting Uncertainty0

    In the early part of my career, I worked for a large YMCA association in North Carolina that was big on staff development. One of our properties was a large, gorgeous campground in the Appalachian Mountains that we were allowed to use whenever we wanted. I am kicking myself for not taking advantage of it

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  • Missional Strategy – The Way We Do It0

    Note: This article is the third installment in a series called “Missional Strategy: Why we do what we do the way we do it.” Previous articles are always available at http://www.webbweekly.com. Why We Do – The Church is the channel through which God’s saving (prevenient), transforming (sanctifying), and empowering (missional) grace flows into the world.

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  • The Bookworm Sez: “Stay Awake: A Novel” by Megan Goldin

    The Bookworm Sez: “Stay Awake: A Novel” by Megan Goldin0

    There was no paper handy. That’s your excuse for writing a phone number on the meat of your thumb. No pun intended, but it was handy but now you can’t quite totally remove the ink and you’re feeling like an 8th-grader again. Even so, you’ve got the number and, as in the new novel, “Stay

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  • The Bookworm Sez: “The Museum of Odd Body Leftovers: A Tour of Your Useless Parts, Flaws, and Other Weird Bits” by Rachel Poliquin, illustrated by Clayton Hanmer0

    You don’t need that. Ugh, it’s so frustrating when you ask someone for something and they just say “no” right away. Why didn’t they think about it first, or ask your intentions? What if you spend your own money or find that thing yourself? As a kid, you probably hear “you don’t need that” a

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  • How Much Water Should You Drink?0

    As most people know, water is essential for life. The human body is composed of approximately 60% of water by weight. Water aids the body in ridding everyday cellular waste, helps to regulate body temperature, keeps joints healthy, and helps to protect tissue. If the body does not get enough water, it becomes dehydrated, which

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  • Halloween Craft Ideas for Kids

    Halloween Craft Ideas for Kids0

    Halloween is an enjoyable holiday for all, but particularly for children. Kids enjoy the opportunity to channel their whimsy and imagination, whether that involves choosing a clever costume or helping design the theme and scope of home decorations. Parents, guardians and educators can channel the creativity inspired by Halloween into various craft projects. Crafts can

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  • Tips to carve the perfect jack-o’-lantern

    Tips to carve the perfect jack-o’-lantern0

    Jack-o’-lanterns are one of many indelible symbols of Halloween. It’s hard to pinpoint the precise origins of jack-o’-lanterns, but many historians trace the tradition to 19th century Ireland. In fact, this instantly recognizable staple of Halloween decor actually gets its name from an Irish folktale character named “Stingy Jack.” Jack-o’-lanterns are ubiquitous in October, but

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