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The smells coming from behind the

Trucksville United Methodist Churchs


Education Center were absolutely deli-
cious. Under a pavilion, 450 half chick-
ens were being carefully barbecued on
the huge grill especially made for trust-
ees of the church.
The trustees barbecue three times a
year and were on hand for their sum-
mer fundraising project. Lee Baker, of
Trucksville, said he is the senior member
of the barbecuers as he has been cooking
since 1967.
Also working the grills were Bob
Johnson, Ray Metzgar and Ned
Bessmer, of Trucksville; Wayne Long,
of Carverton; Tom Evans, of Wyoming;
Ed Cole, of Mountain Top; and Larry
Dawes, of Sweet Valley.
The trustees are assigned the respon-
sibility of maintaining the physical
plant, Baker said. The barbecue is their
main fundraiser. But Baker added that
the barbecue is also the mens social
event of the church.
Metzgar, hairman of the trustees, said
the work can be demanding. There are
times when we never sit down. If the
wind is up, the ames are higher. If we
dont have the wind, we have the rain.
It takes all hands to turn the chickens,
baste them and monitor the charcoal
re.
The barbecue work starts early in the
day and the chickens go on the grill at
noon. They are ready at 4:30 p.m.
Metzgar says the group uses 18 to 20
pounds of charcoal to grill the chickens.
The chicken halves are basted in a spe-
cial secret sauce and the chicken piec-
es are dipped into the clear sauce before
theyre racked. More sauce is applied
throughout the grill time.
Abarbecue dinner plate costs $8 for an
adult and $4 for a child and includes veg-
etable sides, a roll and a dessert which is
handmade by the women of the church.
The one-day barbecue generally raises
about $1800. The spring barbecue which
is a two-day affair raised about $3,000
this year.
The summer event was already sold
out before the chickens hit the grill and
the next barbecue is scheduled for Oct.
2-3. The summer barbecue is a one-day
takeout event but dinners at the fall
event can also be eaten at the church.
Metzgar pointed out a banner in front
of the barbecue pavilion. It stated, If
you think our chicken is good - come see
what else we have to offer. He invited
community members to look into the
many programs and activities of the
church.
The historic church is nowin its 169th
year and provides a variety of services
to the area, including the Trucksville
Early Education Center and the Back
Mountain Food Pantry.
He took them home that evening
where he and his wife cared for them.
The next morning he called Marge
Bart at Blue Chip Farms Animal
Refuge for assistance with the care
of these pups and to see if Blue Chip
might be able to help get them perma-
nent homes once they are ready. The
infants were so young that their eyes
were not open yet.
Blue Chip Farms took in these 13
pups (the momma and her 12 infants)
and are currently caring for them.
They named the momma, Ashley and
one of her pups Sara, after the mans
daughters.
Ashley is the sweetest momma to
her pups and welcomes the Blue Chip
Farms volunteers to help care for
them and give them love. Blue Chip
Farms wishes tothank the kind man
for saving Ashley and her 12 pups
from possible tragedy.
These pups will be up for adoption
in a few weeks after being weaned
and properly vet checked.
If you are interested in applying
to adopt one of these sweet pups or
if you would like to make a donation
toward their care, contact Blue Chip
Farms Animal Refuge at 333.5265 or
974 Lockville Road, Dallas, PA 18612.
DALLAS POST
Vol. 124 No. 22
THE BACK MOUNTAINS NEWSPAPER SINCE 1889
August 4 - 10, 2013
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AN EDITION OFTHE TIMES LEADER
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Rep. Boback
sponsors
Senior Expos
In an effort to educate area senior
citizens about the variety of public
and private programs and services
available to them, Rep. Karen
Boback (R-Columbia/Luzerne/
Wyoming) will host two Senior
Expos for residents of the 117th
Legislative District in August.
The rst Senior Expo, inconjunc-
tion with Misericordia University,
will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
on Thursday, Aug. 8 in the Banks
Student Life Center.
At these expos, seniors will have
the opportunity to learnmore about
services, activities and informa-
tion available to them throughout
Wyoming, Luzerne and Columbia
counties.
Exhibitors will include area
health care professionals, insur-
ance providers and other state and
local agencies and organizations.
Health-related screenings, includ-
ing hearing tests and blood pres-
sure checks, will also be offered,
along with mini break-out sessions
on the following topics:
Attorney Ron Santora will speak
on senior legal issues at 10:15 a.m.
Dave Shallcross, senior community
liaison, Ofce of Attorney General,
wil speak on fraud and identity
theft at 11:15 a.m. Annette Grella
will speak on programs offered by
the local Area Agency on Aging at
noon.
There is no cost to attend and
light refreshments will be served.
The second Senior Expo
will be held with Rep. Sandra
Major (R-Susquehanna/Wayne/
Wyoming) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
on Thursday, Aug. 22 at the Triton
Hose Company, 116 W. Tioga St.,
Tunkhannock.
One mans kindness gives puppies a second chance
In the middle of July, during a
hot summer day, a man was driving
through an industrial park. He saw an
old couch on the side of the road and
thought he saw something moving on
or around the couch.
He opened his truck door and,
out of nowhere, a pup jumped into
his truck, licked his face and led the
man out of the truck. It was as if she
was saying, Come follow me, I have
something to show you.
The man followed the pup as she
led him to her 12 infants whom she
appeared to carefully place under the
couch in an attempt to keep them
protected from the heat. The kind
man knew he must do something
so he took them out of the heat and
into his air-conditioned vehicle.
Ashley are her 12 puppies are currently being cared for by volunteers at Blue Chip Farms
Animal Refuge
KRistin Fino
Special to The Dallas Post
Barbequing chicken is mens social event
Chicken is just one of
many things TUMC does
susAn Denney
Dallas Post Correspondent
Lee Baker, of shavertown, and ed Cole, of
Mountain top, tend to 450 half chickens they
cook for the trucksville Methodist Church
chicken barbeque. BeLoW: ned Bessmer
works his magic.
Charlotte Bartizek Photos | For The Dallas Post
Lee Baker, ned Bessmer, Bob Johnson, Ray Metzgar and ed Cole prepare 450 half chickens on the grill for the trucksville united Methodist
Church barbeque.
ned Bessmer and Ray Metzgar, both of trucksville, flip half chickens on a fire pit for the
trucksville united Methodist Churchs chicken barbeque.
See MASLOW | 8
Welcome, Melanie and gentlemen
toMRoBinson
The Dallas Post
JimDavis welcomed his guests, fellowprivate golf
club presidents, as part of Pine Valleys Centennial
Celebration July 22 in New Jersey.
Melanie Maslow recalls Davis catching himself
when he got up to speak and addressed the gather-
ing of about 110 by greeting the ladies and gentle-
men in attendance at dinner.
Then he looked over at me and looked back at
the group and said, or should I say, Melanie and
gentlemen, Maslow said.
Maslow, in her third year as president of
Huntsville Golf Club in Shavertown, had not been
as aware of the signicance of her visit when she
toured the mens-only clubs course regarded as
among the most difcult and most exclusive in the
world. Her position was more evident in the dinner
setting.
Not many women spend time at Pine Valley and
not many nd themselves leading a private club in
a sport that, though changing, is still dominated by
men.
It was a feeling of pride, said Maslow, who was
made to feel welcome by her hosts at Pine Valley. It
was a feeling of gratitude. I was honored.
Then it was a feeling after that of so what?
Part of Maslows mission as president is to
make other women comfortable as members at
Huntsville. Her task has been to develop a delicate
balance between the traditional appeal of exclusiv-
ity that goes with belonging to a country club and a
more modern approach that involves making entire
families feel welcome at Huntsville.
Golf for women and golf for more people is what
Im all about, Maslow said.
A stroll through the dining room and an after-
noon spent discussing the role of golf and private
clubs makes it clear that Maslows goals involve
much more. While newgeneral manager JimCoffey
runs the daily operation, Maslow remains keenly
aware of the importance of being receptive to feed-
back from club members.
That openness led to a variety of changes to the
way the highly-regarded club is experienced.
Huntsville was named the second-best new pri-
vate course in the country by Golf Digest in 1995
and routinely appears in the magazines annual
rankings of top courses in Pennsylvania.
Maslow, however, saw opportunity to add to the
experience of being able to enjoy a round of golf on
the rolling fairways of the picturesque Rees Jones-
designed layout.
Richard Maslow, Melanies father, was the clubs
visionary, founder and its rst president. He told his
daughter, all I ever wanted to do is play golf but
he was aware that times called for changes when he
turned the presidency over to Melanie.
We were where we were because of everyones
hard work and what was the right thing at the time,
Melanie Maslow said. But what industry doesnt
go through a change in what people want?
Huntsvilles female president represents
local golf club at prestigious Pine Valley
Melanie Maslow is president of the Huntsville Golf
Course, one of just a handful of women in that position
in the country.
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ProPerTYTransFers
The following Back Mountain real estate
transactions have been recorded in the
Luzerne County Ofce of Recorder of Deeds
for the week of July 22, 2013:
udren law ofces, P.C. (attorney in fact)
to robert T. and Joan M. Kay, 96 Creekside
Lane, Ross Township; $120,500
abrahamalzelman (per tax claim) to
equity Builders II, Warren Avenue, Dallas
Township; $500
Marian and Danuta s. Mazurkiewicz to
lewis J. and anita l. williams, Lot 3, Dallas
Borough; $410,000
Howard M. and susan s. levinson to
Charles w. and gretchen H. watters, Lot 98,
Dallas Township; $242,000
Daniel P. shinder (per tax claim) to swinka
realty Investments, Post Ofce Road, Ross
Townsip; $1,900
Kristen M. Krashnak to Jennifer r.
williams, Lots 51 &56, Dallas Township;
$350,000
ross Piazza (agent) and eleanor s. Piazza
(per agent) to Carrie I. norton, Kingston
Township; $68,000
lora lee ruckle and Dorinda sue McHenry
to nathan Masters sorber and erin Carol
McHenry-sorber, Old Tavern Road, Hunlock
Township; $490,000
ugI energy services Inc. to edward a.
Prebola, Carverton Road, Kingston Township;
$1
First liberty Bank &Trust to Heritage
Hills estates Inc., Lot 31, Dallas Township;
$65,000
Janet stahl and Thomas william evans and
robin e. and glen r. geisinger to Peter g.
and Karen F. sabulski, Kingston Township;
$79,500
James C. DeFinnis and Jodee l. wargo-
DeFiinnis to ryan C. and Judith a. withrow,
Lot 44, Kingston Township; $125,000
estate of sarah H. welker to Melanie
Ferris, Lot c-42 &part of Lot C-41, Lot C-76,
Kingston Township; $113,500
Spaghetti dinner will beneft Franklin Twp. fre chief
The Franklin Township Volunteer
Fire Company will hold a spaghet-
ti dinner from noon to 7 p.m. on
Saturday, Aug. 10 at the re hall, 329
Orange Road, Dallas. A basket rafe
will also be held.
This event is to help defray medical
costs incurred by Franklin Township
Fire Chief Harry Sweppenheiser who
was involved in a serious motor vehi-
cle accident on July 22.
Sweppenheiser has served the com-
munity for over 20 years as a volun-
teer reman and the past six years as
chief of the Franklin Twp. Volunteer
Fire Company.
Donation is $10 for adults and $5
for children.
For more information, call Rick
at 690-3985, Doug at 690-0675 or
Maureen at 592-4548.
Sunday, August 4, 2013 THE DALLAS POST PAGE 3
Whether youre working, playing or just plain hanging around, life in the Back Mountain is
good. Dallas Post photographer Bill Tarutis was out and about one day last week, snapping
photos of people in diferent walks of life in the Back Mountain.
LIFE INTHE BACK MOUNTAIN
Pat
McAndrew,
right, of
Laflin,
and Ray
Toney, of
Kingston,
move on
to the
next hole
at the Irem
Temple
Country
Club.
Comcast
technician
Dan Clutz,
of Biungton,
N.Y., works
on Carpenter
Road in
Harveys Lake
to upgrade
fiber optic
cables for
high-speed
Internet
transmission.
Brayden Abels, 4, front,of Pittsburgh, joins his aunt Melissa Riker and cousin Dylan Riker, both of
Charleston, S.C., on the water at Harveys Lake in the area to visit Melissas dad, John Kennedy, of
Harveys Lake.
Memorial Highway rush-hour traffic passes beneath Overbrook Road in Shavertown.
Danielle McKeel,
of Hunlock Creek,
looks out for
approaching
customers at
Ranchwagon on
Memorial Highway
in Shavertown.
Bill Tarutis Photos | For The Dallas Post
A circular fisheye image taken of feeding time at The Lands at Hillside Farms .
LAKe
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LeHMANJR./SR. HIgH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL
Students from the Lake-Lehman Junior/Senior High School have been named to the Honor Roll for the fourth marking period of the 2013-2013 academic year
SEVENTH GRADE
HIGH HONOR ROLL
Kaelyn Adams
Makayla Adams
Kyra Apaliski
Christopher Ash
Aleah Ashto
Amanda Ayers
Edward Brighthaupt
Vincent Bulzoni
Evan Butcofski
Krystin Chaga
Rachel DeCesaris
Jade Fry
Keara Gallagher
Courtney Henninger
Ryan Jones
Mikayla Kidd
Madison Klopp
Kaleb Konigus
Cassandra Konopki
Ethan Krzysik
Nathan LaBar
Madelyn Lewis
Angela Lockavich
Jason Marcin
Jessica Martin
David Miller
Raven Moore
Halli Moyer
Emily Paciga
Kiana Price
Isabel Radel
Jessica Ravert
Faith Reseigh
Courtney Richards
Carly Souder
Celeste Spak
Samantha Spencer
Olivia Vasey
Nicole
Wojciechowski
Kyrah Yurko
HONOR ROLL
Nicole Barto
Sarah Berholtz
Grace Butler
Lacey Carey
Robert Fritz
Alicia Galasso
Kathryn Galasso
Alexander Geist
Kalina Grey
Gabrielle Grzymski
Joshua Hinkley
Miranda Hutchins
Garrett Kolb
Katie Kostrobala
Mackenzie Love
Amber Mackesy
Destiny McHenry
Michael Nastasiak
Riley Newman
Liam OBrie
Nathan ODonnell
Kaitlyn Premus
Matthew Remetz
Morgan Rogers
Caitlin Romanofski
Tyler Savitski
Molly Seashock
Henry Selingo
Madison Siley
Alaisha Skidmore
David Sorber
Jack Symeon
Joshua Szabo
Kaelyn Traver
Laurel Traver
Chloe VanGorder
Jacob J. Weaver
Jacob Wesley
Ryan White
Dakota Williams
Gianna Williams
EIGHTH GRADE
HIGH HONOR ROLL
Savanah Aton
Elizabeth Bartuska
Emily Carey
Shawn Deeds
Vincenzo Ferrari
Rebecca Ford
Ashley Herceg
Peter Hummel
Michael James
Emily Johns
Karly Johns
Andrew Leahy
Devin Lindley
Collin MacMullen
Marina Malcolm
Thomas Manzoni
Kara Martin
Sean McMonagle
Katelyn Sincavage
Katie Strohl
Mackenzie Sutton
Kenneth Wickard
Nicholas Wnuk
Zachary Zaleskas
HONOR ROLL
Taylor Alba
Nicholas Albertson
Nikolas Antinnes
Alexis Barker
Makalie Blazick
Cheyanne Brucher
Jared Campbell
Janelle Cawley
Taylor Cercone
Samuel Ciravolo
Steven Coley
Ian Dawsey
Ariana Dellarte
Jessica Derhammer
Ryan Dourand
Jennifer Evans
Samantha Evans
Jay Foster
Brianna Heiser
Andrew Herrick
Evelyn Hosey
Daniel Ide
Glenn Johnson
Katherine Kaminski
Devon Karraker
Carolyn Kerkowski
Dakota Kittle
Hailey Kubiski
Sydney Lamoreaux
Justin Lansberry
Dyllon Lee
Matthew Makara
Tyler Manzoni
Caleb Marr
Maranda Martin
Rachel Martini
Kristina Mayewski
Katie McCue
Kaitlyn Meehan
Emily Mieczkowski
Owen Morgan
Adam Motovidlak
Michaela Murphy
Jerica Mutzabaugh
Matthew Myers
Jonas Neidig
Jocelyn Parsons
Kendra Pudimott
Justin Raspen
Megan Rusonis
Sarah Sabaluski
Jake Selingo
Ethan Sensbach
Walkker Shaw
Hailey Sheer
Michael Sikora
Brianna Smith
Cole Spencer
Marylillian
Stepanski
Hannah Stroud
Michael Stuart
David Thomas
Morgan Thompson
Sierra Titus
Jakeb Tomolonis
Jesse Tomolonis
David Williams
Michael
Wojciechowski
Lauren Zeisloft
NINTH GRADE
PRINCIPALS
HONOR ROLL
Eric Bordo
Zachary Corey
Lauren Cunius
Kaley Egan
Dominic
Hockenbury
Julia Hutsko
Marie Johns
Kristin Kalish
Corey Kinney
Karlie Lobitz
Rachel Malak
Michael Minsavage
Alaina Nastasiak
Lindsay Pembleton
Catherine Rose
Madison Stambaugh
Katie Supey
Kaitlin Sutton
Clayton Vasey
Thomas Williams
HIGH HONOR ROLL
Jillian Ambrose
Holly Banta
Elizabeth Bauer
Emily Bauer
Joseph Chaga
Jacob Corey
Anthony DeCesaris
Nicholas Eury
Zachary Field
Perry Hoover
Grace Kuschke
Maranda Moosic
Haley Nice
Miranda Parry
Nicholas Perkins
Christopher Sabol
Megan Spess
Molly Storz
John Thomas
Blaise Waliguna
Mikayla Weston
HONOR ROLL
Jacob Barber
Julia Baur
Andrew Cook
Karli Coole
Julia Eneboe
Chad Grzesnikowski
Kyra Grzymski
Katelynn Harrison
Charles Hennebau
Brandon Hogrebe
Jacob Hummel
Kyle James
Bernard Karlowicz
Colby Karnes
Kyle Katchko
Kayleigh Konek
Lisa Labar
Rachel Leskowsky
Rachel Mahoney
Karen Marchakitus
Connor McGovern
Jared McGrath
Colleen Moreck
Dylan Nayavich
Dakota-Rose Newell
Christina Olson
Rebecca Osiecki
Nick Radel
Sarah Rios
Joseph Sharon
Matthew Sowden
Brandon Tosh
Rachael Turner
Corey Weaver
Claire Wilson
TENTH GRADE
PRINCIPALS
HONOR ROLL
Alysa Adams
Katherine Bartuska
Kirsten Cope
Noah Crispell
Hannah Cross
Zane Denmon
Matthew Edkins
Antonio Ferrari
Jason Field
Sela Fine
Elana Herceg
Philip Hettes
Andrew Hutsko
Connor Jones
Shauna Leahy
Nicole Lockard
Lauren MacMullen
Megan Mahle
Brittney Mahoney
Matthew G. Miller
Jasmine Moku
Jenna Mortenson
Julia Pilch
Rachel Pilch
Amanda Scavone
Eliana Sicurella
Hannah Stull
HIGH HONOR ROLL
Aleaha Blazick
Cahil Carey
Courtney Carey
Matthew Chabala
Justus Cole
Emma Evans
Monica Fries
Jeremy Jayne
Katrina Joyce
Jared Kepner
Collin Masters
Jamie Niedjaco
Alexis Oplinger
Carolyn Price
Adam Simmonette
Cayle Spencer
Danae Sutliff
Frank Vacante
John VanScoy
Korri Wandel
HONOR ROLL
Melissa Anthony
Natalee Barker
Joshua Bullock
Tyler Burke
Jade Butler
Matthew Cragle
Emily Crawford
Daniel Cross
Morgan Dizbon
Derek Dragon
Sarah Evans
Emily Galasso
Caitlyn Henninger
John Hospodar
Cory Hoyt
MaryAnn Hunter
Mercedes Keller
Kierra Kimble
John Labatch
James Loefad
Eric Masters
Natalie McCue
Sade Miller
Marissa Miscavage
Neil Mras
Ginger Mutzabaugh
Robert Nayavich
Haley Novitski
Anna OConnell
Isabel Sanchez
Joshua Sayre
Eva Sipler
Colleen Spencer
Sara Tronsue
Rachael Waligun
Mallory Wilson
Jacob Yaple
Christian Zeisloft
ELEVENTH GRADE
PRINCIPALS
HONOR ROLL
Michelle Ash
Nicholas Egan
Brittany Faux
Christopher Herrick
Kaylee Hillard
Alexander Hoyt
Anna James
Meghan Maccarone
Lacey Miller
Rene Rismondo
Ashley Rood
Megan Sorber
Kelly Sweeney
Alyssa Talacka
Lindsay Williams
Vincent Williamson
HIGH HONOR ROLL
Maria Chinikaylo
Adam Dizbon
Calvin Karnes
Kahli Kotulski
Mia-Maria Lindholm
Emily Malak
Timothy
Marchakitus
Courtney
McMonagle
Jason Patterson
Kyle Romanofski
Lily Romanowski
Daniel Stefanowicz
Emily Sutton
Amy Williams
HONOR ROLL
Brittany Acevedo
Benjamin Attanasio
Tyler Bonner
Brady Butler
R-E-Onna Caneld
Gregg Ciravolo
Cassia Cole
Desirae David
Michael Doolin
Peter Groblewski
Adeline Hannigan
Austin Harry
Dustin Jones
Amber Kelley
Olivia Kojadinovich
Jordan Lindley
Brooke OBrien
Megan Osiecki
Anthony Shaffer
Symantha Sharon
Lara Shirey
Brinley Williams
Joseph Wojcik
Robert Wright
TWELFTH GRADE
PRINCIPALS
HONOR ROLL
Joel Austin
Sarah Bedford
Thomas Boyle
Jason Daron
Megan Davis
Cody Derhammer
Karli Doran
Christopher Edkins
Tristan Fry
Carly Gromel
Katie Heindel
Rachael Hohol
Ashley Jackson
Jared James
Shane Kreller
Amanda Mathers
Karli OBrien
Samantha ONeill
Samantha Sabol
Molly VanScoy
Bethany Williams
Karen Yamrick
HIGH HONOR ROLL
John Butler
Jessica Campbell
Jolisa Copeman
Miranda
Dembowski
William Hillman
Brandon Kelley
Michael Labatch
Sierra Pall
Chelsea Ruger
Cody Spriggs
Deanna Szabo
Dustin Zeiler
HONOR ROLL
Ryan Akins
Connor Balloun
Ashlee Barker
Kayley Bedford
Kenneth Besecker
Zachary Bevan
Emily Blaski
Victoria Cadwalader
Christie Cawley
Zachary Chabala
Piotr Chrzanowski
Jarod Ciehoski
Michael Ego,
Jonathan
Ellenberger
Makenzie Fallon
Nicole Ford
Michael Hartman
Brent Hizny
Shalynn Honeywell
Kassie Keiper
Alyssa Kobal
Colin Kovalchek
Jacob Lawson
Ana Lutz
Emily Maculloch
Victoria Manik
Alesha Martin
Joseph Miscavage
Major Moore
Michael Murphy
Thomas Murphy
Mark Navin
Nicole OConnor
Eric Ottaviani
Katrina Patla
Michael Penny
Rachel Runner
Donald Scavone
Brian Sisk
Sarah Stacey
Tyler Stein
Cassandra Stevens
Kasey Wasylyk
Olivia Weaver
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Wyoming Seminary begins 170th year
Wyoming Seminary,
with campuses in
Kingston and Forty Fort,
will begin its 170th year
of classes at the end of
August.
The Upper School in
Kingston will register
boarding and day students
on Saturday and Sunday,
Aug. 24 and 25 for
grades nine through 12
and postgraduate. New
students will participate
in orientation activities
on Saturday and Sunday
and will attend a special
New Student Retreat on
Sunday.
A special opening-
of-school convocation
service will be held on
Monday, Aug. 26 at the
Upper School.
Sem government
president Andrew
Levandoski, of Dallas, will
offer words of welcome
and will ring the historic
Cokesbury Bell 17 times,
one for each decade of
Wyoming Seminarys
existence, to usher in the
new academic year.
Lisa Mozeleski, a
member of the science
faculty and dean of the
freshman and sophomore
classes, will address
the student body.
The Lower School,
located in Forty Fort,
will open for its rst day
of classes for toddler to
eighth grade students on
Wednesday, Aug. 8 with a
convocation for students
in fth through eighth
grades. The convoca-
tion for primary students
will be held on Thursday,
Aug. 29.
A Parents Back to
School Night will be held
at 6 p.m. on Monday,
Aug. 26. A similar Back
to School Night for
parents of children in
rst and second grades
will be held at 6 p.m. on
Thursday, Aug. 29, for
third and fourth grades
at 6 p.m. on Tuesday,
Sept. 3 and for parents
of fth, sixth- and
seventh-grade students
at 7 p.m. on Monday,
Sept. 9. Parents of eighth-
grade students will get
together for a special
Grade 8 Back to School
Afternoon at 3 p.m. on
Sunday, Aug. 25.
For more information
about Wyoming Seminary,
call the Upper School at
270-2160 or the Lower
School at 718-6610.
Misericordia plans Open House Aug. 17
Misericordia University
will hold an open house
program from 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. on Saturday,
Aug. 17 on the Back
Mountain campus for
high school students and
their parents on Saturday,
Aug. 17.
The program offers
an informative tour of
the more than 123-acre
campus, meetings with
Misericordia students,
faculty and coaches,
as well as information
sessions with admissions
and nancial aid
counselors.
Registration will be held
at 9 a.m. in the Anderson
Sports and Health Center
at the North Gate of the
upper campus. A special
Meet the Coaches
session will be held
from 9 to 10 a.m.
The schedule includes
refreshments, campus
tours, a faculty session
and lunch,and meetings
with representatives
of student services,
athletics and nancial
aid. A session will also be
held on the universitys
Alternative Learners
Project for students with
learning disabilities.
All prospective students
will have the opportunity
to tour numerous
buildings on the upper and
lower campuses, including
the 40,000-square-foot
John J. Passan Hall,
located at 100 Lake St.,
Dallas.
The tours will also offer
a look at the new athletic
facilities, including
Tambur Field, the new
home to Cougar Baseball,
and the universitys new
John and Mary Metz
Field House, adjacent
to Manglesdorf Field.
DHS Lock-In another huge success
The 14th Annual Dallas High
School Lock-In was held on Friday,
June 7 through Saturday, June 8.
Event co-chairpersons Trudy
McAndrew and Donna Kon wish to
thank the business and community
for monetary, food and gift dona-
tions, free services and deep dis-
counts to provide everything for the
Class of 2013. The seniors enjoyed
the food, fun, games, entertainment
and gifts. Eighty percent attendance
is reective of community and stu-
dent involvement.
Special thanks are extended to
Superintendent Frank Galicki and
the Dallas School Board, district fac-
ulty, ofce and maintenance staff.
Many parents and friends worked
all year fundraising and organizing
and then stayed awake all night to
help at the event. They include Liza
DeGraba, decorations; MaryLou
Gilhooley, communications; Anne
Manganello, security/nurse; Liz
Martin, publicity; Eric Menzel, pho-
tographer/videographer; Darlene
Payne, games; Lisa Stull, food; Diane
Tompson, registration; Michelle
Tomaselli, gifts/silent auction;
Debbie Zimmerman, treasurer); Drs.
John Kish and Mike Olenginski,in-
house, on-call physicians.
A great big thank you also goes to
faculty members who sponsored the
seniors and local Boy Scouts who
were immensely helpful with set-up.
With this years big night behind
it, the committee is already plan-
ning for the Class of 2014. Anyone
interested in helping may contact
Trucy McAndrew at trudy@playit-
againwb.com or Donna Kon at don-
nakon@gmail.com.
The Dallas High School Class of 2013 enjoyed
games and activities at the 14th Annual DHS
Lock-In. Enjoying tricycle races are Barry
Stubeda, left, and Kyle Williams.
The Dallas High School Lock-In provides the graduating class one last night to be
together with their classmates. This years attendance was 80% of the Class of
2013. From left, are Eric Gototweski, Mark Romanowski, Rudy Georgetti and David
Payne.
Thanks to the generosity of area businesses and
members of the community, a multitude of prizes
were awarded through raffles and games to the
newly-graduated seniors during the 2013 Dallas
High School Lock-In.
The DHS Lock-In is a concerted effort between
the community and Dallas School District.
Shown at this years activities are, from left,
Superintendent Frank Galicki, Dallas High
School Principal Jeffrey Shaffer and DHS Lock-In
Chairwomen Donna Kon and Trudy McAndrew.
UPPER & LOWER SCHOOLS PREPARE
The Wyoming Area High
School Class of 1973 is plan-
ning a 40th anniversary
reunion for Labor Day week-
end. Addresses are needed
for the following classmates:
Sheree Bachman, Cleta
Barber, John Bartolomei,
Elizabeth Berulis, Dennis
Bohan, David Brakeeld,
Debbie Bray, Suzanne
Bruno, andAndrea
Buczynski. Also, Nancy
Cairl, Cathy Chepalonis,
Elizabeth Ciannilli, Richard
Colarusso, Mary Collins,
Denise Costello, Ellen
Coulter, Sandy DAmbrosio,
Jo Ellen Devers, Alan Freed,
Rosemarie Grabosky, David
Gravell, Kathy Guddy.
Also, Charles Huthmaker,
Kevin Jones, Eugene Kelly,
Susan Kimber, Richard
King, Deborah Kiwak,
Leonard Kuchinskas, Teresa
MacLean, Mary Agnes
Mantione, Gus Marini,
Steven Mattie, Alberta
Mazonis, Barbara Mears.
Also, Carl Ninassi, Nereo
Ninotti, William Owens,
Michael Owens, Elaine
Panzitta, William Payne,
Ann Marie Price, Kathy
Reilly, George Rooney,
Jane Rogers, Thomas
Rosencrance, Rebecca
Rowlands. Also, Ann
Scoble, Charles Searfoss,
Virginia Snyder, James
Staley, Susan Stash,
Barbara Stefanko, Hugh
Tracy, Nancy Vandermark,
Daniel Yadrnak, Stanley
Waskiewicz, Barbara Werts.
Anyone with addresses
for any of these classmates
is asked to contact Dotty
Martin at dottymartin@
comcast.net.
WAHS Class
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For more information
about the open house or
to register, contact the
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OLD SCHOOL DAYS
REUNION
The Old School Days Reunion
will be held today, Aug. 4 at the
home of Rev. Tomand Sandy
Morris, Jackson Church Road,
JacksonTownship. Acovered
dish pincinc lunch will be
served at 2 p.m.
For more information, call
Helen Franklin at at 675-4238.
CLASSES CELEBRATE
TOGETHER
The Lake-Noxen Class of
1959 and Lake-Lehman Class
of 1960 will join together to
celebrateANight Out at 6
p.m. on Friday, Aug. 9 at Grotto
Pizza, Harveys Lake.
Call Beverly Wandel at
639-5898, Betty Spencer at
639-5543 or Al Niezgoda at
(302) 734-5045.
ALUMNI REUNION SET
Lake-Noxen School alumni
will hold their annual reunion
at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday,
Aug. 10 at the Harveys Lake
Breach Club pavilion.
Cost is $2 per person
attending. Participants may
bring a covered dish or send
$10 per person prior to Aug. 1
to Tanya Christ or Carlene
McCafrey.
For more information,
call Tanya Kocher Christ at
945-5847 or Carlene Kocher
McCafrey at 639-5308.
ADULT LEARNERS
The Misericordia University
Adult Admissions Ofce
will hold an open house for
adult learners interested in
continuing their education
from4 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday,
Aug. 13 in Huntzinger Room
218 of Sandy and Marlene
Insalaco Hall.
To RSVP, contact the Adult
Admissions Ofce at 674-6791
or by e-mail at admissmu@
misericordia.edu.
MISERICORDIA SETS
OPEN HOUSE
Misericordia University
is holding an open house
programon the Back Mountain
campus for high school
students and their parents on
Saturday, Aug. 17 beginning
with registration at 9 a.m.
The programofers an
informative tour of the more
than 123-acre campus,
meetings with Misericordia
students, faculty and coaches,
as well as information sessions
with admissions and fnancial
aid counselors.
The schedule includes
refreshments, campus tours,
a faculty session, lunch and
meetings with representatives
of student services, athletics
and fnancial aid. Asession will
also be held on the universitys
Alternative Learners Project
for students with learning
disabilities.
For more information,
contact the Misericordia
University Admissions Ofce
at 675-4449.
DHS CLASS OF63 REUNION
Dallas Senior High School
Class of 1963 will hold its
50th anniversary reunion
the weekend of Aug. 23-25.
The main event will be held
at Leggios Restaurant, 64 E.
Center Hill Road, Dallas on
Aug. 24.
The reunion planning
comtmittee is looking for
contact information for Jim
Campbell, Bruce Carr, Thomas
Grof, Karl Hildebrand, Carolyn
Lahey, Ed Richmond, Margaret
Schobert, JimStrausser and
Betsy Turner.
Information can be
forwarded to Charlotte
Roberts at robertscm63@
gmail.comor (610) 929-3155
or Gloria Dolbear Williams at
mrsbean@epix.net or 696-
2157.
WAHS CLASS OF73
REUNION
The WyomingArea High
School Class of 1973 is
planning its 40th anniversary
reunion for Labor Day
weekend. Classmates
interested in obtaining
information are asked to log
onto waclassofseventythree
on Facebook and enter their
mailing address or email
Dotty Martin at dottymartin@
comcast.net.
WSCCHS CLASS OF 1971
PARTY
West Side Central Catholic
High School Class of 1971
will hold a 60th birthday
party from1 to 7 p.m. on
Sunday, Sept. 1 at the Grove
at Checkerboard Inn on
Carverton Road, Trucksville.
For more information,
contact Kate Bustin Taroli at
KBTaroli@gmail.com.
DHS CLASS OF 1968
REUNION
The Dallas High School
Class of 1968 will have a
45-year anniversary reunion
in September. There will be a
mixer at Grotto Pizza, Harveys
Lake on Friday, Sept. 20 and
a reunion evening at Leggios,
Dallas, on Saturday, Sept. 21.
Classmates are encouraged
to log onto Facebook at Dallas
High School Class of 1968 or
call Lucy at 674-5673 for more
information.
DHS CLASS OF 1983
REUNION
Dallas High School Class
of 1983 is planning a 30th
anniversary reunion for Oct.
26.
Any classmate who has not
yet received information about
the reunion and who wishes
to attend is asked to send
their current email address to
dallasclassof83@att.net or call
Sharon at (610) 737-0042.
Sunday, August 5, 2013 THE DALLAS POST PAGE 5
OBITUARIES
BRACE - Kent S., 54, of Hunlock Creek,
died Thursday, July 25, 2013.
He was born Aug. 21, 1958 and was a
graduate of Northwest Area High School,
Class of 1976. He worked for Button Oil
Co., Mountain Top, for the past 27 years
until his recent battle with pancreatic can-
cer.
Surviving are his mother, S. Jeanne
Brace, Hunlock Creek; daughters, Jamie
Nichols, Hunlock Creek; Sara Brace, Clarks
Summit; brother, Alan, Sweet Valley; sis-
ter, Shelley Hoeffner, Hunlock Creek; two
grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
Memorial donations to the Pancreatic
Action Network, 1500 Rosecrans Ave.,
Suite 200, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266.
DARROW - Harold Allen, 85, of Lake
Township, died Tuesday, July 23, 2013, at
Fernwood Manor, Sweet Valley.
He was born in Luzerne on Sept. 26,
1927, graduated from Kingston Township
High School in 1945 and received an associ-
ates degree in engineering fromMilwaukee
School of Engineering. He was employed
by RCA Corp., Lancaster and Mountain
Top, for 32 years, retiring in 1988.
He was a member of the Sweet Valley
Church of Christ Church and a former
member of the Shavertown Fire Company.
Surviving are his brother, Robert,
Ephrata; nieces and nephews.
DEVLIN - John Patrick, 31, of
Shavertown, died Wednesday, July 24,
2013.
He was born in Wilkes-Barre, and was
a graduate of Dallas High School, class
of 2000, where he was a member of the
Dallas Mountaineers football team. He was
a graduate of Luzerne County Community
College, where he studied re science and
earned an associates degree in criminal
justice.
He was formerly employed by UPS
and most recently worked at Lowes
Distribution Warehouse, Avoca.
Surviving are his parents, John Charles
Devlin, Benton; and Marilyn Lauer
Olenick, Shavertown; a sister, Jacqueline
Perry, Dallas; two nephews.
GROSEK - Helen C., 87, of Dallas and
Marco Island, Fla., died July 20, 2013.
She was born in Sugar Notch and was a
1944 graduate of Ashley High School. She
earned a degree as a registered nurse from
Wilkes-Barre General Hospital School of
Nursing.
Surviving are her sister, Rita M. Hayduk;
children, Andrea Sordoni, Ellie Stein,
Anthony III, Robert and David; 14 grand-
children; a great-grandchild.
Memorial donations to the Ruth
Bourger Women with Children Program
at Misericordia University, Lake Street,
Dallas, PA 18612.
KNORR - Honey L., 93, of Dallas,
died Thursday, July 25, 2013, at Celtic
Healthcare Inpatient Hospice Unit at
Geisinger South Wilkes-Barre.
She was born in Dunmore on Nov. 2,
1919, and lived in Dallas for the past 24
years.
She was a member of Shavertown United
Methodist Church.
Surviving are her husband of 69 years,
Charles N. Knorr; children, Charles M.,
Shavertown; Janet Dent, Dallas; George,
Hadden Township, N.J.; two grandchil-
dren; two great-grandchildren.
KENIVY - Frank C. Jr., 62, of
Tunkhannock, died Thursday, July 25,
2013, at Tyler Memorial Hospital in
Tunkhannock.
He was born on July 1, 1951, in
Baltimore, Md., and retired from Procter
& Gamble in Mehoopany after 31 years in
2003.
He was a member and a past president
of the Tunkhannock Youth Basketball
Association for 13 years. He helped coach
the Tunkhannock High School baseball
team, coached senior Legion baseball for
four years and started Tunkhannocks rst
junior Legion baseball program. He also
was a member of the Charlie Shaw Golf
League.
Surviving are his wife of 35 years, Mary
Pat (Jarosz) Lenivy; son, Christopher, of
Tunkhannock; daughter, Andrea Fleming,
of Harveys Lake; stepmother, Joan Lenivy,
of Pasadena, Md.; stepbrothers, Alan
Freed, of Abingdon, Md.; and Clayton
Freed, of Rising Sun, Md.; and stepsister,
Erin Peters, of Annapolis, Md.
Memorial donations to the Tunkhannock
Little League, c/o Bob Barkley, 116
Wood Crest, Tunkhannock, PA 18657
or the Tunkhannock Youth Basketball
Association.
PARK - Yuna, 38, of New York City, for-
merly of the Back Mountain, died Friday,
July 26, 2013.
She was born in South Korea, Sept.
1, 1974, and attended Lehman-Jackson
Elementary School during the early 1980s.
She later graduated from St. Francis
Preparatory High School in New York City.
She received her college degree, majoring
in French, from James Madison University
in Virginia. She was a foreign exchange
student who studied French and fashion
design in Paris, France, in the mid 1990s.
She was a highly sought-after manicur-
ist. Some of her clients included Madonna,
Uma Thurman and other famous fashion
models and movie stars. She led a fairytale
life, married to a French fashion model,
Teddy Charles. She traveled the world,
working mostly in Manhattan, N.Y.; Milan,
Italy; London, England; and Paris, France.
Surviving are her parents, U.S. Army
Maj. (Ret.) Roy W. Evans, of Dallas; and
Yumi Evans, formerly of Seoul, South
Korea, now residing in Flushing, N.Y.; her
husband, Teddy Charles; two daughters,
Talulah, 12, and Raphael, 10; brother,
Chris Park, Jakarta, Indonesia; step-broth-
er, Samuel Evans; and step-sister, Sarah
Evans, both of Dallas; aunts, uncles and
cousins.
SEBASTINAS - Edward Sonny J.,
74, of Hunlock Creek, died Thursday, July
25, 2013, at Geisinger Wyoming Valley
Medical Center, Plains Township.
He was born in Wilkes-Barre on March
7, 1939, graduated from Sugar Notch
High School and was employed by Canvas
Specialties Inc., Hanover Township.
Surviving are his life partner, Scott
Pardoe; sisters, Dorothy Kane, Jean Raniel,
Joan Conklin; nieces and nephews.
SHORTZ - Winifred Schooley, formerly
of Dallas and Kingston, died Thursday,
July 18, 2013, at the Pennwood Village
Retirement Community, Newtown.
She was born in Wilkes-Barre, received
her early education at the Wilkes-Barre
Institute from 1927-1938 and nished her
remaining two years at boarding school at
The Masters School in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.,
graduating in 1940. She earned a B.A.
degree in psychology from Smith College,
Northampton, Mass., in 1944.
After graduating from college, she was
the Head of Sales Promotion with New
Yorks former Blue Cross Plan, Associated
Hospital Service, from 1944 until 1947.
She married Robert Edwin Shortz in
1947 and traveled with him to Germany,
where she was a liaison between German
and American women in Division
Headquarters in Goppingen, Germany,
during the occupation in the 1950s.
In 1957, she began her teaching career,
starting as a substitute eighth-grade teach-
er at the Wyoming Seminary Day School.
She went on to teach full-time, seventh-
grade French, eighth-grade American his-
tory and seventh- and eighth-grade English
classes. In addition, she served as a faculty
advisor of the yearbook for ve years; she
was in charge of eighth-grade assembly
speeches, supervised the testing program
for grades one through eight and would
eventually become head of the English
department.
She retired in 1974 and at the time of her
retirement was awarded faculty emeritus
status.
She was the recipient of Wyoming
Seminarys Distinguished Service Award
in 1997.
She served on the boards of Luzerne
County SPCA, Home for Homeless Women,
a life member of the advisory board of
Wyoming Commemorative Association as
well as chair of its annual commemorative
service at the Wyoming Monument, July 4,
1984.
She also held life memberships with the
Wyoming History and Geological Society,
now called the Luzerne County Historical
Society, the National Council of Teachers
of English and Smith College Alumnae
Association. She was a member of the
Junior League of Wilkes-Barre, an associ-
ate member of the Westmoreland Club
and a former member of Newberry Estate
Country Club.
She was a former charter member of
Valley Tennis and Swim Club and was a
former member of St. Stephens Episcopal
Church, Wilkes-Barre.
Surviving are her daughter, Winifred
(Wendy), of Edwardsville; sons, Robert E.
Jr., of Wilkes-Barre; and Frederick M., Esq,
of Chester, Conn.; three grandchildren.
Memorial donations to the Luzerne
County S.P.C.A., 524 E. Main St., Wilkes-
Barre, PA 18702, the Luzerne County
Historical Society, 49 S. Franklin St.,
Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702, or the Wyoming
Seminary Lower School, 1560 Wyoming
Ave., Forty Fort, PA 18704.
WEAVER - Glen E., died Monday, July
22, 2013.
He was born on March 10, 1939, and
was raised in Plymouth and Harveys Lake.
After high school, he was an ofcer in the
U.S. Army for four years. He then made his
living in Michigan.
He was employed by General Motors for
more than 40 years.
Surviving are nieces and nephews.
CHURCH BRIEFS
CORPUS CHRISTI CAR SHOW
Corpus Christi Parish will spon-
sor its second annual car show and
fair today, Aug. 4 on the grounds of
Holy Redeemer Church, Route 92,
Harding.
The show will commence with
registration from 11 a.m. to noon
and wrap up with the presentation
of awards at 3 p.m. In addition to
the car competition, the event will
include live music, refreshments and
a vendor/craft show. General admis-
sion is free.
For more information or to register
your car, motorcycle or truck for the
show or to rent a vendor space, call
Joyce at 654-2753.
FAM JAM PLANNED
Back Mountain Harvest Assembly
will host FAM JAM, an evening of
fun for the family, from 5 to 8 p.m. on
Wednesday, Aug. 14 at the Rock Rec
Sports Complex (aka Valley Tennis
and Swim Club).
There will be games, swimming
and food. For more information, call
696-1128.
BUFFET OFFERED
A buffet of meats, hot and cold
dishes, salads, desserts and drinks
will be offered from 11 a.m. to 6
p.m. on Friday, Aug. 16 at the Noxen
United Methodist Church, Route 29.
A free will offering will be taken.
BLOOD DRIVE SLATED
The Red Cross will host a blood
drive from 1 to 6 p.m. on Monday,
Aug. 19 at Fellowship Church, 45
Hildebrandt Road, Dallas.
A blood donor card or drivers
license, or two other forms of ID are
required at check-in.
For more information, contact Louis
Mondy at 706-0742 or visit redcross
blood.org to make an appointment.
COMMUNITY YARD SALE
The Huntsville United Methodist
Church, 2335 Huntsville Road,
Shavertown, is having a community
yard sale from 8 a.m to 4 p.m. on
Saturday Aug. 24. Vendors are want-
ed. Space is $10. Call 477-3748. The
kitchen will also be open with home-
made foods available for purchase.
Rev. Lewis returns
to speak at DUMC
Rev. Dr. William D. Lewis,
a former pastor from the
Dallas United Methodist
Church, returns today, Aug.
4 to preach once again. The
topic of his uplifting sermon
is ManagingOur Blessings.
During the summer
months, there are two ser-
vices Sunday morning.
The 9:15 a.m. service is a
30-minute service and the
10:30 a.m.service is approxi-
mately 45 minutes.
Rev. Lewis will lead wor-
ship at both services and all
visitors are welcome.
The Dallas United
Methodist Church is locat-
ed on Parsonage Street in
Dallas and is handicapped
accessible.
SCHOOL BRIEFS
Central Catholic
High School Class
of 1973, is planning
its 40th anniversary
reunion for Sept. 14
at Keeleys Alehouse
and Grill, 199 Division
St., Kingston. Attire is
causal.
Current addresses
for classmates are still
being sought.
For information, con-
tact cchs73kingstonpa
@gmail.com or call
Bob Thompson at 542-
2124.
CCHS class of 73 plans reunion
Pictured Above: Members of the Central Catholic High School
Class of 1973 reunion planning committee are, from left, first row,
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Moran Adams and Mary Carey Jiunta. Second row, Bob Thompson,
Peggy Moran Williams, Louise Butkiewicz Goodwin, Paula Lambert
Siegel and Mark Serafin. Absent at the time of the photo were
Jerry Novak, Chris Borton, Joe Ryan, Andy Gallagher and Joanne
Stesney.
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20 YEARS AGO - 1993
The Back Mountain
American All-Stars are the
champions of Pennsylvania
District 16 Little League
teams. Members of the
team are: John Zimniski,
Mike Faneck, Michael
Cleary, Marcus Sowcik,
Justin Hoover, Chris
Tucker, Jonathon Kanarr,
Aaron Katyl, Chuck
Fehlinger, Neil Dymond,
Matt Barnard, Kyle
Droppers, Kenin Pizzano,
and Sean Hoskins.
Back Mountain students
from Wyoming Seminary
Lower School, Forty Fort,
who were among the par-
ticipants named winners
in a recently French lan-
guage contest sponsored
by Kings College are:
Tom Byron, Dallas; Gia
Biscontini, Dallas; Anjali
Udoshi, Dallas; Melissa
Howell, Dallas; Tripp
Graham, Dallas; and Clem
Gover, Lehman.
30 YEARS AGO - 1983
The Reds won the Minor
league championship in
the Back Mountain Little
League Organization via a
3-1 victory over the Phillies.
Prior to the title game, both
teams held 10-1 records.
Members of the champion-
ship team are: Sean Mulloy,
Hugo Selenski, Walter
Fry, Barry Smith, Shawn
Conrad, Michael Gusher,
Laura Poynton, Brett
Gauntlett, Brian Jordan,
Jennifer Besecker, Sean
Pugh and Howie Strom.
Members of
the bowling
team sponsored
by Franklins
Restaurant of
Dallas won the
championship of
the Bowlerette
League in
the Wyoming
Valley Womens
B o w l i n g
Association. Team mem-
bers include EllenTomchak,
Shirley Bagnuolo, Donna
Long, Lorraine Jolley,
Gloria Grant and Barbara
Lumley.
The Harveys Lake Lions
Club will hold their annual
Chicken Bar-B-Que this
Sunday from noon to 6 p.m.
at Hansons Amusement
Park. Donation is $4.00. All
proceeds will be donated
to Human Eye Research
through the Lions Eye
Bank and for various other
Lion projects. Committee
members include John
Lynch, John Adams, Frank
Bialogowicz and Ron Ritts.
40 YEARS AGO - 1973
The New Goss Manor
Home Owner Association,
which includes New Goss
Manor, Orchard View
Terrace and Grandview
Acres, held its rst golf
tournament at Newberry
estates Golf Course recent-
ly. Co-chairmen Bob Parker,
Jim Shanus and Ed Janosik
reported a great turnout
and some ne scores. Low
gross winners
included Mike
Allison, Hilbert
Schrefer and
Jim Thomas.
L i n d a
Wheeler and
her daughter,
Janet, Elizabeth
Street, Dallas,
will be featured
in Showcase
Theatres production of
Woody Allens hilarious
comedy, Play It Again
Sam this weekend and
next.
Dusty Goble, son of
Dolores A. Goble, New
Goss Manor, Dallas, will
be making his rst appear-
ance on the famed Steel
Pier, Atlantic City, N.J. this
week. He will participate
in the Childrens Theater
performances on the well-
known tourist spot.
50 YEARS AGO - 1963
Large crowds gathered
both days for the Lollipop
Open Invitational quarter-
midget racing program
Saturday and Sunday at the
trackonMemorial Highway.
Two Back Mountain boys
won places in event. Drew
Bittenbender, Dallas, took
rst place in the AA open
fuel class and in the semi
race of that class. Sandy
Wazeter, Trucksville, won
second place in the modi-
ed stock main event.
Lehman 4H Club held
its rst meeting recently
at Lehman Fire Hall. Linda
McKeel was elected presi-
dent; Peggy Disque, vice
president; Linda Sutton,
secretary; Audrey Hunt,
treasurer; news reporters,
Jane Carnell and Millicent
Kocher.
Frederick Malkemes,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Malkemes, Shavertown,
will leave Sunday to spend
two years in Africa. He will
be one of a group, espe-
cially selected and part of
the teachers for East Africa
unit. Sponsored by the
American and British gov-
ernments and coordinated
by Columbia University,
the project is expected to
produce excellent results.
Malkemes underwent spe-
cial tests to qualify.
60 YEARS AGO - 1953
Basic principles of ower
arrangement will be dem-
onstrated at a workshop
session in the basement of
Lehman Methodist Church
Tuesday afternoon. Mrs.
A.M. Major is in charge.
Demonstrators include two
Wyoming Valley Garden
Club winners for 1953,
Mrs. Albert Ide and Mrs.
Bryce Major.
The Young Peoples
Society of the Shavertown
Bible Church and the
Pioneer Club from
the Second Welsh
Congregational Church,
Wilkes-Barre, held a wie-
ner roast and fellowship
meeting in Chase Tuesday
evening. Present from
Shavertown were: carol
Fitzgerald, Marylou Lewis,
Martha Fitzgerald, Betty
Walters, Naomi Lech,
Lois Lyons, Johnny Miers,
Robert Fitzgerald, Richard
Monroe, Warren Fitzgerald
and Richard Seymour.
70 YEARS AGO - 1943
Lawrence Updyke of
Shrine View, for the past
fourteen years associated
with Anthracite Supply
Company, Wilkes-Barre,
will open his new hardware
store under the name of
The Dallas Hardware and
Supply Company tomor-
row in the building on Main
Street formerly occupied by
Arthur Brown.
Howard Hendricks,
supervising principal of
Springville, Susquehanna
County Schools for the
past nine years, has been
appointed supervising prin-
cipal of Lehman Township
Schools to replace H.
Austin Snyder, who has
been made supervising
principal of Clarks Summit
and Clarks Green Joint
Schools.
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in existence for 124 years.
Information for Only
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back issues of the newspa-
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exactly as it rst appeared.
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Megan McAndrew grew up in Dallas
and now teaches at Dallas Elementary
School. Although she currently resides in
Forty Fort, she keeps up on Back Mountain
news by reading The Dallas Post.
Megan thought this photo of her 11-year-
old brother, Ryan, of Dallas, and his dog,
Greta, was perfect for our Your Space
section. Ryan and Greta were unaware
that Megan was taking the picture but she
thought it perfectly represents the saying,
Mans Best Friend.
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WhAT iS YOuR fAvORiTE SummERTimE SpORT?
Playing baseball
with my friends on
ateam.
Christo huntington
Dallas
swimming in
friends Pools.
Rebecca Darling
Dallas
swimming. it
cools me off.
patrick Redington
Dallas
swimming
because i swamthe
freeestyle in high
school.
Kristen Ciaccia
Dallas
baseball. i Play
withthe american
legion.
John Gower
White Haven
fishing inthe
susquehanna
river forwalleye
and bass.
Gary harris
Beaumont
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mOmENTS iNTimE
The History Channel
* On Aug. 13, 1878, Kate
Bionda, a restaurant owner, dies
of yellow fever in Memphis,
Tenn., after a man who had
escaped a quarantined steam-
boat visited her restaurant. The
disease spread rapidly, and by
October, 20,000 people in the
Southeast had died.
* On Aug. 15, 1930, President
Herbert Hoover gives a press
conference in which he offers
plans for relief of individuals and
businesses affected by a series
of devastating droughts. Though
criticized later for not doing
enough overall, he asked the War
Department to provide artillery-
range land to Montana cattle and
sheep farmers for grazing.
* On Aug. 18, 1941, Adolf
Hitler orders that the systematic
murder of the mentally ill and
handicapped be brought to an
end because of protests within
Germany. But 50,000 people
had already fallen victim to it.
It would be revived in occupied
Poland.
* On Aug. 16, 1958, Madonna
Louise Ciccone, the entertain-
ment icon later known around the
world by her rst name only, is
born near Detroit. The provoca-
tive performer, who often tackled
sexual and religious themes in her
work, also became famous for her
ever-changing hairstyles and fash-
ion sense, as well as her personal
life.
* On Aug. 12, 1964, Charlie
Wilson, part of the gang who
pulled off the 1963 Great Train
Robbery, one of the biggest heists
of its kind, escapes from Winson
Green Prison in Birmingham,
England. Several men broke into
the maximum-security facility
to free Wilson, who was nally
recaptured in Canada in 1968.
* On Aug. 14, 1971, St. Louis
Cardinals ace Bob Gibson throws
the rst no-hitter of his storied
career. Gibsons heroics helped
his team sail to an 11-0 victory
over the Pittsburgh Pirates. In
1964 Gibson won his rst World
Series Most Valuable Player
Award. He retired after the 1975
season.
* On Aug. 17, 1993, Random
House agrees to pay Gen. Colin
Powell an advance of about $6 mil-
lion for the rights to his autobiog-
raphy, My American Journey. It
became the fastest-selling book in
Random House history.
YOuR SpACE
STRANGE buT TRuE
SAmANThAWEAvER
* It was George
Bernard Shaw who made
the following observa-
tion: The longer I live
the more I see that I
am never wrong about
anything, and that all the
pains that I have so hum-
bly taken to verify my
notions have only wasted
my time.
* Modern dietary
trends notwithstand-
ing, raw vegetables
have not always enjoyed
the healthsome reputa-
tion they now have. In
medieval times, in fact,
veggies would always be
cooked; raw ones were
considered to be bad for
the humors.
* Those who keep
track of such things say
that the Rolling Stones
song Satisfaction is
played on the radio in
the U.S. more than 300
times every day.
* One of the most
notorious magic tricks
performed by profession-
als is catching a bullet
in the mouth. Its said
to be cursed, due to the
fact that, over the past
400 or so years, at least
15 magicians have died
in the attempt. Some of
them mistakenly used
live rounds instead of
blanks, and one jealous
wife swapped out the
blanks for live rounds.
One of the earliest
attempters of the trick
was beaten to death by a
mob who believed he was
in league with the devil.
Cursed, though? If some-
one is trying to catch a
bullet in the mouth, it
hardly requires a curse to
result in a violent end.
* Portland, Ore., could
just as easily have been
named Boston, Oregon.
The two men who named
the town couldnt decide
which city back east
should be the namesake,
so they ipped a coin.
Portland came up the
winner.
* Originally, the best
man was supposed to
serve as a sort of armed
guard, in case the bride
needed to be kidnapped
from her disapproving
parents.
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Thought for the Day:
Every American carries
in his bloodstream the
heritage of the malcon-
tent and the dreamer.
Dorothy Fuldheim
farmers market seniors
voucher distribution set
The Area Agency
on Aging for Luzerne/
Wyoming Counties still
has available Senior
Farmers Market Nutrition
vouchers for any senior
who qualies and has not
yet received vouchers for
this program year.
The Senior Farmers
Market Nutrition program
was established in 2002
by the Federal and State
Dept. of Agriculture to
assist seniors in obtaining
fresh nutritious fruits and
vegetables and to increase
the sales and awareness of
local farmers in the area.
To be eligible for the
vouchers, an individual
is required to: 1) be at
least 60 or turn 60 this
year, 2) live in Luzerne
or Wyoming Counties,
and 3) meet the income
requirements one person
in household, $21,257;
two people in household,
$28,694.
Documentation of age
and residency is required-
a drivers license or photo
license is sufcient. Only
one set of vouchers ($20)
is allowed per individual
per year. Also, anyone
residing in an assisted liv-
ing facility, nursing home
or convent where meals
are provided does not
qualify for the program.
Each eligible senior
will then receive four
$5 vouchers which can
only be used to purchase
Pennsylvania grown fresh
fruits and vegetables from
a participating farmers
market stand. No baked
goods, meat, eggs, jams,
nuts and honey or apple
cider (processed foods)
are allowed to be pur-
chased with the vouchers.
If a senior is unable to
pick up the vouchers, he/
she can send someone in
their place as long as the
person presents a signed
and completed proxy
form when picking up the
vouchers. This includes
husbands, wives and indi-
viduals with power of
attorney.
A voucher distribu-
tion is set for 4 to 6 p.m.
on Tuesday, Aug. 6 and
Tuesday, Aug. 20 at 93 N.
State St., Wilkes-Barre.
For more information,
call Rhonda Adams at
822-1159 Ext. 3337.
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CIVIC BRIEFS
SENIOR CENTER
MENU
Maslow
From page 1A
FAMILY REUNIONTODAY
The Annual James and Oliver
Evans Family Reunion will be
held at noon today, Aug. 4 at the
Orange Methodist Church. Thuis
reunion has been an annual event
for over 100 years.
Participants are asked to bring
a dish to share, place settings
and a beverage for everyone in
their party.
For more information, call Gina
at 942-6433 or email gevan@
epix.net.
GRIEF COUNSELING
Grief counseling sessions are
held from7 to 8:30 p.m. every
Monday through Aug. 5 at the
Dallas High School. The sessions
are free and open to the public.
For more information, call
Candyce Fike at 639-1083 or
690-7420.
LES MIS COMES TO MUSIC BOX
Les Miserables will be
presented today, Aug. 4 at the
Music Box Dinner Playhouse, 196
Hughes St., Swoyersville.
For more information, call
283-2195.
HL HOMECOMING SET
The Harveys Lake Borough
Homecoming Committee
announces the Annual Harveys
Lake Homecoming Weekend is
scheduled for today, Aug. 4.
For more information, call
Charlotte at 639-5213.
BINGO PLANNED
Bingo will be held on Monday,
Aug. 5 at the Northmoreland
Township Fire Hall in
Centermoreland. Doors open at
5 p.m. and early birds start at
6:30 p.m.
Food and beverage will be
available. for more information,
call 333-4906.
GRANGE MEETING
Mountain Grange No. 567
will meet at 7 p.m. on Aug. 6 in
the Grange Hall, 1632 W. 8th St.,
Kingston Township. Meetings are
open to the public.
ISRAELI SCOUTS AT JCC CAMP
The Jewish Community
Alliance of Northeastern PA
day campers and staf will
play host to the Israeli Scouts
on Wednesday, Aug. 7 at the
campsite.
Scouts will teach campers
throughout the day, along with
Karen Marcus, the camps Jewish
Cultural Director.
Throughout the day, the camp
will provide Israeli Day programs
for JCC campers ages 2 through
ninth grade as well as provide
programs for senior adults from
the Wilkes-Barre and Scranton
Jewish Community Centers.
For more information or to
attend the program, call Rick
Evans, camp director, at 947-
6766 or Sara Pisarz, assistant
camp director, at 357-4650.
ROUNDTABLE MEETING
The Wyoming Valley Civil War
Roundtable will meet at 7 p.m. on
Thursday, Aug. 8 in the lower level
of the Daddow-Isaacs American
Legion, 730 Memorial Highway,
Dallas.
Joseph Mieczkowski,
Gettysburg Battlefeld Guide, will
present a programonJeferson
Davis and His Cabinet.
A$3 donation for non-
member is requested. For
more information, call John at
675-8936.
RUMMAGE SALE
First-ever rummage sale to
be held at Mountain Grange No.
567 is set for 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on
Saturday, Aug. 10 in the Grange
Hall, 1632 W. 8th St., Kingston
Township.
PAULY FRIEDMAN WALK/RUN SET
Family Service Association
(FSA) of NEPAwill hold its Fifth
Annual Pauly Friedman Family 5K
Walk/Run on Sunday, Aug. 11 at
Misericordia University in Dallas.
Registration begins at 8:30
a.m.; race time is 9:30 a.m. Cost
is $25 and all monies raised will
beneft FSAs Help Line.
Apost-race awards party
for participants will be held to
present medals and trophies;
refresments will be served.
For further information or
to pre-register, call FSAat 823-
5144 Ext. 309, or email fsawv.
ruthkemmerer@verizon.net.
FREE CONCERT
Afree concert, Celebrate
Harmony, will be presented by
the Wyoming Valley Barbershop
Harmony Chorus at 7 p.m. on
Sunday, Aug. 11 at the Irem
Temple Country Club Pavilion,
Dallas. For more information, call
283-2195.
FLEA MARKET SLATED
Dallas Eastern Star Building
Association will hold its 25th
annual craft, vendor and fea
market from9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on
Saturday, Aug. 17 at 15 Foster St.,
Dallas.
Eastern Star members wil
serve lunch and the groups
Welsh cookies will be available for
purchase.
For vendor information, call
Dianne Corby at 675-4893.
SCOUTS HOST OUTDOOR MOVIE
Cub Scout Pack 281 will host
an outdoor movie night at 8
p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 17 on the
grounds of Trinity Presbyterian
Church on IremRoad in Dallas.
The evening will begin with camp
songs and skits and an age-
appropriate movie to be shown
on the big screen at dusk.
Popcorn and hot dogs and
drinks will be provided with the
help of the Trinity Mens Group.
Please bring blankets or lawn
chairs for seating.
GRANGE FAMILY PICNIC
The PAState Grange Family
Picnic will be held at noon on
Saturday, Aug. 17 at Knoebels
Park, Elysburg, Pavillion D. This
family-oriented park is pay as
you ride with no added costs for
the picnic itself.
To caravan/car pool, meet at
10:15 a.m. at Mountain Grange
Hall, 1632 W. 8th St., Kingston
Township. Mountain Grange will
provide paper products, utensils,
cups, beverages and table
coverings. Participants are asked
to bring a covered dish to share
with all your fellowGrangers.
The Avalons will performat
1:30, 6 and 8 p.m.
To make reservations, contact
Tafy at 696-3415 or Carol at
696-3415.
BINGO PLANNED
Bingo will be held on Monday,
Aug. 19 at the Northmoreland
Twp Fire Hall in Centermoreland.
Doors open at 5 p.m. and early
birds begin at 6:30 p.m.
Food and beverage will be
available. For more information,
call 333-4906.
VERA BRADLEY PURSE BINGO SET
IremShrine Divan Ladies and
Directors Staf Ladies will hold
a Vera Bradley Purse Bingo at 1
p.m. on Aug. 24 at IremShrine
Country Club Pavilion. There will
also be Michael Kors and Coach
purse prizes.
Doors open at noon. Admission
is $20. Lunch and refreshments
will be available for purchase.
Tickets are available at the
IremShrine Ofce, Ridgway Drive,
Dallas, by calling 675-4465 Ext.
228, fromany Divan or Directors
Staf lady or by contacting
Merlynn Morrowat 472-7072 or
Bernice Richards at 706-5867.
The course was always
the great course that it
is. Its the golf world that
changed and was changing.
We needed to approach our
efforts of membership dif-
ferently. We changed with
the changes of the needs
and wants of what that
potential membership is.
Under Maslows guid-
ance, membership has both
increased and become more
varied.
There are even a handful
of social-plus memberships
where parents are social
members and, for an addi-
tional fee, their golf-playing
children have playing privi-
leges.
The social-plus member-
ship was the result of an
employee suggestion. Many
of the other changes came
about from member feed-
back.
One of the early changes
that Maslow takes pride in is
the addition of a stone walk-
way to replace a sometimes-
muddy path between where
carts were returned and
where members entered the
grillroom.
There have been manage-
ment changes, alterations
that make elevated tees more
accessible, improved drain-
age, a tent for clubevents and
outdoor weddings, an option
to include Halfway House
charges as part of members
monthly dining obligations
and a website to provide
information and a place for
member interaction.
Non-golf events have
increased, adding, for exam-
ple, a Halloween party to
the list of events that already
included a popular Fourth of
July celebration at the club.
There have been restau-
rant improvements and the
addition of family nights on
Friday, combining dinner out
for the adults with activities
for children.
As far as golf is concerned,
Maslow is trying to make
more of the social members
comfortable trying the sport.
Having begun began play-
ing golf at Huntsville, she is
a proponent of programs that
teach skills, along with edu-
cating about the history and
etiquette of the game.
I had been a eld hockey
and tennis player, Maslow
said. The swing came
naturally to me but scoring
doesnt.
For those not ready for the
commitment or the challenge
of 18 holes, Maslow breaks
with the sports tradition and
encourages new players to
try playing three holes at a
time and work their way up
to playing nine. She thinks
such an approach can help
newcomers overcome the
intimidation of playing while
learning to respect the game
of golf.
The balancing act never
ends for Maslow, at and away
from Huntsville.
Membership increases
help a club thrive but grow-
ing too much and adding too
many members can lead to a
loss of the value and the point
of being part of a private club.
When Maslow became
president at Huntsville, she
reduced some of her com-
mitment to Maslow Lumia
Bartorillo Advertising. She is
thankful for the understand-
ing of partner John Bartorillo
and their connection has
been boosted by the fact that
MLB, a Wilkes-Barre-based
marketing and advertising
company, has helped the
club in the development of
its website and social media
programs.
From her ofce on the
patio overlooking the course,
the mother of four 22-year-
old Olivia, 20-year-old
Louise, 16-year-old Malcolm
and 13-year-old Duncan
says she may even nd more
time for her own golf game.
Maslow knew the chance
to visit Pine Valley was an
invitation not to be turned
down.
Not feeling complete-
ly ready for the courses
demands, however, she
chose to play Pine Valleys
short course and use its driv-
ing range.
I went out and played
those, she said. I wasnt
going to not hit a ball at Pine
Valley.
That is how Maslow felt
most comfortable blending
in at Pine Valley. She contin-
ues to strive for ways to help
others feel more at home at
Huntsville.
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Agency on Aging for
Luzerne and Wyoming
Counties offer hot noon
meals Monday through
Friday to people 60 years
of age or older. Donations
from participants are grate-
fully accepted and needed
in order to expand this
program.
The following is the
menu for the week of
Aug. 5:
MONDAY: Turkey salad
sandwich, bean soup,
cucumber and tomato salad,
rye bread, Oreo pudding,
margarine, milk and coffee.
TUESDAY: Cheeseburger,
roasted potatoes, three bean
salad, wheat hamburger roll
(lettuce, tomato and onion),
ketchup, yogurt sundae,
margarine, milk and coffee.
WEDNESDAY: Hawaiian
Day special - Hawaiian-style
sausage and rice, Hawaiian
mixed vegetables, dinner
roll, coconut cake, marga-
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THURSDAY: Stuffed pep-
per, zucchini and summer
squash, mashed potatoes,
whole wheat dinner roll,
tapioca pudding, margarine,
milk and coffee.
FRIDAY: Baked sh, dilled
baby carrots, potatoes au
gratin, whole wheat dinner
roll, tartar sauce, ketchup,
orange, brownie, margarine,
milk and coffee.
Sunday, August 4, 2013 PAGE 9
Jay Paterno defends father, lashes out at Freeh report
Jay Paterno laughed off
the notion of running for
political ofce but he did
not laugh off the contents
of the Freeh report when
he spoke to members of
the Penn State Club of
Wyoming Valley on July
26.
The son of late Penn
State football coach
Joe Paterno, known
for his powerful speak-
ing style and support of
Democratic causes, rat-
tled off a list of highlights
of his fathers victorious
nal years, drawing vigor-
ous applause with refer-
ence to a victory over Big
Ten rival Ohio State.
The Freeh report
depicted Joe Paterno as
a conspirator in efforts to
cover up sex abuse allega-
tions by now-disgraced
assistnat coach Jerry
Sandusky
Paterno spent 17 years
with the Penn State
fooball program, lastly as
quarterbacks coach but
announced his departure
in January 2012 after Bill
OBrien appointment as
successor to Joe Paterno.
He has been writing col-
umns and speaking since.
AIMEE DILGER/THE TIMES LEADER
Jay Paterno chats with people attending the Pebn State Club of Wyoming Valley fundraiser.
AIMEE DILGER /THE TIMES LEADER
Jay Paterno shakes hands with Anne and Bob Rebennack, of Huntsville.
Jay Paterno, son of the late Penn State football coach Joe Paterno,
speaks with media at Appletree Terrace during a Penn State Club
of Wyoming Valley fundraiser.
SPORTS
AIMEE DILGER/THE TIMES LEADER
Jay Paterno signs a copy of a book for Greg Strazdus, of Dallas, to give to his son, Jeff, 16.
BMT All-Stars fall short
A pair of Back Mountain all-star teams
fell one game short of reaching the state
Little League Baseball seminals.
The Back Mountain American
10-11-year-old team and the Back
Mountain National 9-10-year-old team
each went 1-2 at their state tournaments
to nish third in their four-team pools.
The teams needed to nish either rst
or second to advance into the seminals.
Both teams had won district and sec-
tional titles to reach the state tourna-
ments.
Back Mountain American won its
nal game of the season, 3-2, over
Northampton Monday in Manseld. It
had the possibility of advancing on a tie-
breaker until Northampton was defeated
in the last game of pool play Tuesday,
ending hopes of a three-way tie for sec-
ond.
Lionville defeated Back Mountain
American, 6-2, Friday. A 6-5 loss to
Morrisville Saturday dropped the team
to 0-2.
Back Mountain National recovered
from an opening night loss in West
Middlesex to win its second state game
on July 25, beating Liberty, 7-4. An 8-1
loss to Harborcreek the next day led to
elimination.
- Tom Robinson
BMT Car Show has been
annual event for 30 years
Lake-Lehman Band
Sponsors present showAug.
18 at county fair grounds
The 30th Annual Back
Mountain Car, Truck &
Motorcycle Show and
Flea Market, coordinat-
ed by the Lake-Lehman
Band Sponsors, will be
held from 8 a.m. to 3
p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 18
at the Luzerne County
Fairgrounds, Route 118,
Lehman.
Registration starts at
8 a.m. and the show will
begin at 10 a.m.
First, second and third-
place trophies will be
awarded in 27 classes.
Registration for a car
and driver is $10 before
Aug. 12 and $12 after
that date. Registration
for a car corral or display
only is $5. Flea market
space, approximately a10
x 20 area, is $10 prior to
Aug. 12 and $15 after that
date.
Admission is free and
there will be family-
friendly games like dime
pitch and ring toss . A
concession stand will
offer breakfast and lunch.
Proceeds benet all
Lake-Lehman Jr./Sr. High
School Band and music
students.
For more information,
call 477-3264.
Planning the 30th Annual Back Mountain Car, Truck & Motorcycle Show and Flea Market are, from left, Jared Kepner, Katie Kaminski,
Rebecca Osiecki, Casey Shager, Kate Pelton, John Hospodar, Jacob Pelton Ethan Mahoney and Megan Osiecki.
Morgan Patla competes at horse show
Morgan Christine Patla,
of Harveys Lake, recently
competed in the Mothers
Day weekend Borrowdale
Acres Open Horse Show.
Patla participated in the
mini stirrup walk/trot divi-
sion for ages 10 and under,
taking overall champion.
She placed second in mini
stirrup equitation and rst
in mini stirrup pleasure
and hunter classes.
Patla rides under the
direction of Heidi and
Bill Psbourne, owners of
Grande Strides in Dallas.
A daughter of Ed and
Krista Patla, she is a fth-
grade student at Lake-
Noxen Elementary School.
PATLA
Rotary Golf Classic set for Sept. 23
The 30th Annual Dallas Rotary Clubs Golf Classic to
support Dallas Rotary charities will be held with a shot-
gun start at 12:30 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 23 at the Irem
Country Club, Dallas.
Chairman Kevin Smith, co-chair Kerry Freeman and all
club members are looking for hole sponsors and players.
The sponsorship donation is $100 and the players entry
fee is $110. Format is captain and crew. Individuals are
welcome and will be teamed with others in a group.
Call Kevin Smith at 696-5420 for more information and
an entry form. Sponsors are asked to respond by Sept.
12 to allow enough time for proper sign printing. Players
are also urged to respond by Sept. 12 for the Rotary Club
to determine how many will be in attendance at a sea-
food and steak dinner with all the trimmings following
the tournament.
An awards ceremony and rafe will take place at the
end of the day.
NewL-L turf sports school colors
The articial turf on the Lake-Lehman footrball eld, originally installed in 2002,
was due for a replacement. Instead of opting for traditional colors, school adminis-
trators decided to incorporate the schools black and gold colors in the turf.
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Urzen received a bach-
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physiology in May 2013 and
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He is the son of Albert
Urzen, of Swoyersville and
Karen Urzen, of Carbondale.
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SHAVERTOWN
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4 Marilyn Drive
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211 North Pioneer Ave.
Classic 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath,
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Unique outdoor play area,
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$289,900
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HARVEYS LAKE
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Commercial
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Approx. 1,100 Square Ft. of of-
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105, 000 mi l es.
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51,470 mi l es, Runs great ,
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