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280 Kane St. STE #2
South Williamsport, PA
United States

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  • Taber Museum’s Workshop to Focus on Butterflies

    Taber Museum’s Workshop to Focus on Butterflies0

    The Thomas T. Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society will host a Children’s Workshop on butterflies, featuring Rick Mikula, on Sunday, August 29, 2021, at 2:00pm, in the Community Room. The program is free and open to the public. Adults and families are encouraged to attend. Museum personnel are requesting registration, simply to

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  • College Dedicates Fish Real Estate Leadership Challenge Course

    College Dedicates Fish Real Estate Leadership Challenge Course0

    The Fish Real Estate Leadership Challenge Course, the creation of which involved the same collaborative spirit that it will nurture in those who use it, was dedicated Aug. 11 on the wooded southcentral side of Pennsylvania College of Technology. The Challenge Course – a remarkable project funded by Brent and Daria Fish in memory of

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  • Williamsport Sun: August 16, 1945 – 10,000 Persons Attend Victory Church Services0

    Nearly 10,000 persons attended neighborhood church services last night, the first evening of the victory holiday. Worshippers assembled to offer their thanks for peace and to honor those men and women who died in battle. The Christ Episcopal Church was filled to capacity when the Rt. Rev. Thomas Heistand of Harrisburg delivered a message of

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  • County Hall Corner: Vexed Vets and a Concerned Congressman0

    Several months ago, I interviewed Mike McMunn, the Director for the Lycoming County Veterans Affairs Department, in reference to the Veterans Court program. He sold me on becoming a Veteran Mentor for the program, and I was all ready to get started. The only thing I needed to enroll was my DD-214, the official discharge

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  • Central Pennsylvania Chapter of Wreaths Across America Seeking Funds for Wreaths0

    Each December on National Wreaths Across America Day, the mission to Remember, Honor and Teach is carried out by coordinating wreath-laying ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery and at more than 2,100 additional locations in all 50 U.S. states at sea and abroad. The local Central Pennsylvania Chapter of Wreaths Across America is hard at work

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  • Montoursville Konkle Library Dog Days of Summer Used Book Sale

    Montoursville Konkle Library Dog Days of Summer Used Book Sale0

    The Friends of W. B. Konkle Memorial Library in Montoursville are hosting their Dog Days of SUMMER Used Book Sales on Saturday, August 21st. We all like to relax and get away in a good book, whether it is on the Beach or your back patio. It’s time to refresh your stacks of books and

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  • Elk Cam Goes Live0

    Can’t wait for the September peak of Pennsylvania’s elk rut? Get a jumpstart now with the Game Commission’s Elk Cam. The Game Commission again has installed a camera on State Game Lands 311 in Elk County, in a field that typically is a hub of elk activity as the bugling season heats up. Video and

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  • Always Question Science, Medicine, and Government1

    I want to make this as blatantly clear as possible. The above three are driven by money, power, and beyond greed. They couldn’t care a laboratory rat’s tail about you. Anyone who tries to tell you any differently either directly benefits from the madness or has taken their five-pound bag of sugar to help the

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  • Lock Haven Jams Festival 1

    The 6th annual LH JAMS festival is coming to Lock Haven on August 13 and 14. The festival was created by the Clinton County Arts Council and is a free admission event that is volunteer-powered but supported by many organizations, businesses, and individuals throughout the community.  “We always had a multi-mission approach to not only

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  • Tips from Teachers for Choosing Quality Child Care

    Tips from Teachers for Choosing Quality Child Care0

    As families across the country get ready for back-to-school season, many are also preparing to return to in-person work, which means finding the right program to support their children’s ongoing learning and development. According to “The Current State of Scientific Knowledge on Pre-Kindergarten Effects” report, choosing a quality preschool helps children start elementary school prepared

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  • Williamsport Sun: August 10, 1925 – Bearded Lady Who was Loaned Money When Stranded in City Finds Law’s Memory is Good0

    Officer John D. Andrews “bearded” the “bearded lady” in her “den” at the carnival last week, and secured an order for money, which was owed to a local welfare agency for two years. Two years ago, the bearded lady was stranded here with a carnival company which went broke. She appealed to Miss Minnie Y.

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  • Green Fingers and a Silver-Plated Relish Dish

    Green Fingers and a Silver-Plated Relish Dish0

    A Polaroid instant camera, electronic typewriter, a fondue set, ashtrays, and a Cathy Rigby aerobic exercise step with an instructional VHS tape. In the 1980s, if you had the right amount of green, these now outdated items could have been yours. Also outdated is the green used to acquire these treasures, S&H Green Stamps. For

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