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Bangor Plans 2011 Darien Vrontisis and Devon Pfeifer Named Bangor Public Librarys 2011 Young Authors

Octoberfest The winning books can be found at the Library


circumference) which will be held on Saturday at 5pm. There will also be a $50 cash prize for the Most Artistic individually carved or sculpted pumpkin. Pumpkins must be at the park by 4pm Saturday the 15th and remain there until the end of the festival. Sundays events will be held from 4pm -8pm. There will be a children's costume contest at 5pm. Prizes will be awarded for the prettiest, funniest, scariest and most original for ages 0-4 and 5 & up. Youngsters and Oldsters are encouraged to join in the many weekend events including: scarecrow stuffing, pumpkin carving, pumpkin painting, Hay ride, face painting and much more. Refreshments will be sold at the concession stand throughout the event. Invite your family and friends because the "Fun begins in Bangor". This event is sponsored by the Bangor Recreation and Park Board and Bangor Borough. For more information about this event, call 610-588-6894 or email bangorparkboard@gm ail.com. This years Young Authors contest winners were presented with their winning books at the Bangor Public Library board meeting on Thursday, September 22nd. The winner received a copy of their book to take home and then they were asked to autograph the copy that is available at the library for the public to borrow. Darien Drew Vrontisis wrote Ian and the golden frog located in the Young Adult section. Devon Pfeifer wrote The good the bad and the desperate located in the Junior section.

Octoberfest will begin with a new event this year starting on Friday night, October 14th with a candlelight Tour at St. Johns Cemetery. The cost will be $15.00 per person. The event will be held from 7pm9pm and benefits the Heritage Center & Borough revitalization. The weekend continues on Saturday, October 15th from 4pm8:30pm at Bangor Memorial Park with food, vendors, games and of course the ever popular Bangor Train winding through a sea of Jack O' Lanterns, positioned along the train's track. The Train ride begins at 4:30pm. Tickets will be $3 each (children 2 and under free). There will be prizes awarded for the top 3 best group of themed, carved pumpkins. Prizes range from $100 to $25. A $50 prize will be awarded for the largest pumpkin contest (by

Barbara Brandt Librarian, Darien Drew Vrontisis, Arlington Vrontisis, Veronica Vrontisis, Traci Lorrah, Devon Pfeifer, and Vince Pfeifer.

The books are now on the shelves and ready to

be checked out. Watch for next years contest

which will run over the summer months!

34th Annual Marching Band Festival at Bangor Memorial Park Rescheduled to October 12th
Come out and join the Bangor Slater Marching Band in celebrating its 34th year in hosting this event. Due to the rain, the festival will be held on Wednesday, October 12th, at 7pm, at Bangor Memorial Park. This years festival will be filled with the colorful sights and sounds of the marching bands from Easton, Pen Argyl, Southern Lehigh, William Allen, Pleasant Valley, Wilson and of course, the Bangor Slater Marching Band. The East Stroudsburg University marching band will also join in for a special performance. Over 600 band members will be performing their field shows that they have been practicing since August. The musical talent and precision shown in these shows is truly amazing! The visiting bands will be judged in specific categories and ratings will be presented at the end of the show. Food and beverages will be sold in the two concession stands. Program booklets will be available for purchase. Bangor nostalgia items, candy grams, and bake sale goods will also be for sale at tables located near the home concession stand. General admission is $5, students are $3, children under 5 are free, and Gold Passes will be honored. Come out for an entertaining evening of music, food, and fun!

Bangor Public Library would like to announce the reduction in the price of their Hometown Produced Replicas. From now through December 31st, the replicas will be sold at $16 each. Please consider one of these replicas as you purchase gifts for your friends or relatives. Thank you for

continuing to support the library. The 1991 Bangor Class Reunion will be held on Saturday, November 26th, at 6:30pm at the Broadway Pub in Bangor. The cost is $60 per person or $110 per couple. The cost includes light hors d' oeuvres, dinner, dessert and drinks

(including wine and beer). For more information, email mlk1@ptd.net. Ackermanville United Methodist Church will be hosting a Community Yard Sale on Saturday October 15th from 8am to 3pm. Spaces are available and set up starts at 7am. Their famous baked goods and refreshments will be available. For more information, call 610-588-7817. The church is located at 1410 Ackermanville Road in Bangor. The Delaware-Lehigh Amateur Radio Clubs monthly meeting will be held on Thursday, October 6th, 7:30pm, in the Nancy Run Fire Company Hall, 3564 Easton Avenue, Bethlehem. This months program will include an

indoor mini-hamfest. It will also be Halloween costume theme night. Members and the general public are welcome. For more information, check out www.dlarc.org, email ke3aw@arrl.net, or call 610-432-8286. We would like to wish Jeremy and Amanda Miller a very Happy Anniversary. They will be celebrating on October 9th. Happy Birthday wishes are sent to Tyler Ty-Ty Mintz. He will be celebrating on October 10th. Have a great day, Ty-Ty! We love hearing from you! Send your birthdays, anniversaries, and other tidbits of information to us at: The PRESS 1 Broadway, Bangor, PA 18013

Here is a list of the new items added to the collection of the Bangor Public Library during the week September 15 through 21. Adult fiction: Bellis, Amy, A rose from the ashes; Brown, Sandra, Lethal; Castle, Richard , Heat rises; Sedaris, David, Holidays on ice; Toibin, Colm, The master; Woods, Stuart, Son of Stone. Large Print fiction: Clark, Carol Higgins, Wrecked; Clark, Mary Higgins, The shadow of your smile; Davidson, Diane Mott, Fatally flaky; Goldberg, Lee, Mr. Monk goes to Germany; Grimes, Martha , The black cat; Hoffman, Beth, Saving CeeCee Honeycutt; Kleypas, Lisa, Christmas Eve at Friday Harbor; Lowell, Elizabeth, Blue smoke and murder; Macomber, Debbie, A turn in the road; Meltzer, Brad, The book of lies; Miller,

Linda Lael, Austin; Palmer, Michael, The last surgeon; Robb, J.D., Indulgence in death; Roberts, Nora, Black Hills; Roberts, Nora, High noon. Adult non-fiction: Kelsang, Gyatso, Introduction to Buddhism; McClanahan, Rue, My first five husbands; Ruiz, Miguel, The mastery of love; Sedaris, David, Naked. Junior fiction: Gelsey, James, Scooby-Doo! And the haunted castle; Preller, James, The case of the groaning ghost. Junior non-fiction: Davis, Jim, Garfield eats crow; Davis, Jim, Garfield takes the cake. Easy fiction: Brown, Marc, Arthurs Thanksgiving. Easy Reader fiction: Gaines, Isabel, Poohs Halloween parade. DVDs: The Lizzie McGuire movie, Three days of rain.

Bangor Class of 1966 45th Reunion


Bangor High School Class of 1966 held their 45th reunion on Saturday September 17th, at Delaware Water Gap Country Club. President David Rehrig, presided over the evenings events. Vice President Craig Sleep informed members that the class will be receiving donations for a scholarship fund. Money collected will go towards the sponsorship of this scholarship at the 2016 Bangor graduation. Prizes were awarded to: Bruce Lohman, Wendy Dietz Hulzar, Fred LaBar, Joann Lucrezi Clark, Craig & Ellen Sleep, Duane Avery, Susan Pollicelli, Mary Lou Cole, Lou Pollicellt, Robert Felker, and Kathy Wallwork Williams. Entertainment was provided by L&L Limited and Frank Brown catered. Officers elected are: David Rehrig, President, Craig Sleep, Vice President, Karen DeFrank Brewer, Secretary and Suzanne Mensch Sartini, Treasurer. Committee for the event were the officers and Ellen Sleep.

Merchants Bank Awards $500 Weis Gift Card To Winner of Drawing


Merchants Bank recently awarded a $500 Weis Market gift card to Donna Roberts of Bangor. Roberts was the winner of a drawing held at the Banks Forks Township Office, in conjunction with the opening of the new Weis Market on Sullivan Trail. In the spirit of being a good neighbor, the Directors and Officers of the Bank planned a series of events at their Forks Township Office to help encourage the success of Weis Markets newest location. Over several weeks throughout the summer the Bank offered free hot dogs and beverages to shoppers as they left the Weis parking lot. In addition, they hosted several car washes where shoppers could have their vehicles washed while they enjoyed complimentary refreshments provided by Merchants. The Bank is also offering a free $20 Weis gift card to anyone opening a new checking account at their Forks Township, Nazareth, and Martins Creek Offices. Its exciting for us at Merchants to welcome the newest member of our business community to Forks Township, said Sandee Kennedy, Vice President and Market Manager at Merchants Bank. Were very enthusiastic about the positive impact that Weis will have on this area, and this type of working partnership ensures success for everyone, added Kennedy. Visit the Banks website at merchants bangor.com.

Blue Mountain Community Slate Belt AARP Announces Upcoming Events and Library Begins Childrens Meeting Notes Story Hour
The Blue Mountain Community Library would like to let parents know that Children's Story Hour has begun and will continue through May, 2012. Story Hour is held every Wed. and Thurs. Morning from 10:30am to 11:30am and is open to all preschool children. On Thursday, October 6th, there will be a special guest at the Library. "QUINCY," the therapy dog owned by Nancy Chuss, and a frequent visitor to the Library, will be at the 10:30am Story Hour to interact with the children. He will also be at the library on Monday, October 10th from 10am to 11:30am for a special Columbus Day event. The Library will be open from 10am to Noon only. There will be no evening hours. The Library would also like to encourage everyone in the area to donate yarn which will be used by the "Nazarene Needlers," a local group who will be knitting items for both infant and adult patients at various hospitals. Please drop off the yarn at the Library between October 15th and November 15th. The Blue Mountain Community Library is located at 216 S. Robinson Avenue in Pen Argyl. The hours of operation are Monday through Saturday, 10am to noon, and Monday through Thursday, 6pm to 8pm. Anyone interested in becoming a volunteer or making a donation should call Lisa at 610863-3029. Donald Gold, a past president of Slate Belt Bangor Area Chapter #4135 of AARP, installed the newly elected officers and board of directors. Adaline Smale was installed as president; Donald Hontz, vice president; Lynn Downs, recording secretary; Yvonne Humphreys, assistant recording secretary; Dorothy Duckworth, treasurer; Lucy Ann Gold, assistant treasurer; Deanna Keyser, trips; Mary Jane Cliff, health and welfare; Nancy Parrish, community service and Mary Ann Aerni, program. The chapter will participate in Representative Marcia M. Hahn, 138th Legislative District 2nd annual Senior Expo. The event will be held on Friday, October 7th from 10am to 1pm at Bushkill Township Fire Hall, 155 Firehouse Lane, Nazareth. Nancy Parrish, community service chairman, announced that food items collected at the picnic were taken to the Pen Argyl Salvation Army Food bank. Members are asked to bring non-perishable food items to the October 10th and November 14th meetings. At the September meeting a collection was taken for purchasing items to be sent to Servicemen. The chapter recently sent four boxes to servicemen. The Nimble fingers group led by Marlene Buskirk made baby hats during the summer months of which 80 were donated to the nursery at Easton Hospital; 80 to Pocono Medical Center and 136 to St. Lukes Hospital in Bethlehem. Since this project began several years ago they have made and donated 4,284 hats to date. They are accepting baby yarn and inch and 1/8 inch ribbon. The annual Christmas Party will be held at noon at The Meadows on Monday, December 11th. The menu and ticket information will be announced at the October meeting. In order to purchase a ticket members must have their membership up to date and show their membership card. As is the past all tickets must be purchased by checks.no cash. The Slate Belt Senior Chorus directed by Wanda Hoffman will present a program at the October 10th meeting. The meeting will be held at 1:30pm at the Slate Belt Senior Center, at the Blue Valley Farm Show Auditorium, off AmericanBangor Road.

Stroudsburg Aglow Welcomes Anne Trozzolillo

St. John ELC Plans Fall Rummage Sale


St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, 12 N. Westbrook Avenue, Pen Argyl, has announced upcoming events for October. There will be a Fall Rummage Sale on Friday, October 14th from 8am to 4pm, and October 15th, from 8am to 2pm. Browse for bargains and enjoy great food. The proceeds from the annual event will help the various ministries of the church. They will be holding a Halloween Party on Saturday, October 29th, from 2pm to 4pm. The event is hossted by the St. John Sunday School and Girl Scout Troop 8959. Children ages 0 to 12 are invited to attend. There will be snacks, craft activities, games, and prizes.

The Stroudsburg Aglow will meet on Saturday, October 8th, at 9:30am at St. Petes United Methodist Church in Saylorsburg. Refreshments start at 9:30am for a $2 donation. Fellowship starts at 10am. The guest speaker will be Anne Trozzolillo. Years ago the hand of the Lord reached out and

touched a woman who was close to becoming an alcoholic, a woman whose marriage was about to end in divorce, a woman whose health had been ruined, a woman who was entertaining thoughts of suicide. Fifty plus years ago the hand of the Lord reached out and touched a woman with a broken life. That woman is

Anne Trozzolillo from Scranton. Her testimony is powerful. Her teaching is practical. Her countenance radiates the love of Jesus. She is a woman of grace and will bless your life. Anne moves freely in the Holy Spirits gifts, leads in praise and worship and from the Word of God brings

healing and deliverance with a mighty anointing. They come as an excellent team of encouragement and blessing for every audience who receives them! Come, bring a friend and hear the Word that God has prepared for us. For more information, call 610-614-0507 or email stroudsburg aglow@verizon.com.

Flicksville UCCs Annual Fall Rummage and Bake Sale


Its time for the Annual Fall Rummage and Bake Sale at Flicksville United Church of Christ. It will be held on Friday, October 7th, from 9am to 4pm and Saturday, October 8th, from 9am to 1pm. Saturday will be $2 bag day, with bags provided for you at he door. The kitchen will be open both days, serving a light lunch, including homemade soups, salads, hot dogs, and more. There is a large selection of clothing for all members of the family, and household items, toys, and something for everyone. On the way out, dont forget to purchase a homemade baked goodie from their bake sale table to take home. There is plenty off street parking at the church.

Prince of Peace Retirement Luncheon


Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 2445 Lake Minsi Drive, Bangor, has announced that a retirement luncheon will be held on October 9th, at noon, following the regular Sunday service, for Reverend Barbara J. Shade. Everyone is welcome to attend, but please call the church office at 610-588-2355.

37th Annual Harvest Festival at Quiet Valley


Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm celebrates their 37th Annual Harvest Festival on October 8th and 9th, with this years theme, A Country Fair. Come out and enjoy many of the typical activities found at a local country fair of the 1800s. Enjoy baking and canning contests, see who won first place in the farm animal categories, see the latest in 1800s farm equipment and stay sharp when dealing with the medicine man. Visitors can vote on their favorite carved pumpkins and decorated scarecrows. The ladies may even organize a temperance protest and there will be a Guess the Weight of the Pig contest. There are always lots of things to see and do at a country fair. There will also be demonstrations of many early American skills and crafts, such as broom making, pottery, spinning, weaving, yarn dyeing, tatting, coopering, quilling, outdoor brick bake oven, Dutch oven cooking, butter making, and rope making. Theres always plenty of good country food and folk entertainment (on the stage and around the farm). Children will enjoy a variety of activities, including the Pumpkin Patch, old time games, one-room schoolhouse, pony rides, and wagon rides. Dont forget to buy a few raffle tickets for the beautiful Broken Dishes festival quilt! The Civil War Encampment is always a

Monroe Animal League Plans Italian Dinner Night


The Monroe Animal League is having an Italian Dinner Night on Saturday October 15th at the Eagles Aerie on North 5th Street in Stroudsburg. This is no spaghetti dinner! Enjoy accordian music and a delicious Italian dinner buffet which will include garden fresh antipasto and ovenbaked foccacia bread, stuffed shells, eggplant rolletini, Tuscan chicken (with mozzerella and pesto), fire-roasted cod and italian veggies. And for dessert, an italian favorite...tiramisu. Ticket price is $25 per person. There will be a cash bar. Also, a Chinese/Basket Auction and a 50/50 cash raffle. Doors open at 5:30pm and the buffet will be served at 6:15pm. Call MAL at 570-4768444 to order tickets. Proceeds raised by this event will fund the following MAL programs: Spay/Neuter, Emergency Vet Care, Humane Education and Feral Cat Programs. MAL has been serving the needy animals of Monroe county since 1943.

favorite at Harvest Festival. The 142nd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, Co. G Reenactors will portray the drill and every day life of soldiers in the 19th century, giving visitors a glimpse into local history. Harvest Festival offers visitors of all ages two days of old-fashion fun. All funds raised will help support the mission of Quiet Valleys

nonprofit educational organization. Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm is located three miles south of Stroudsburg, off of Business Route 209. The festival will be held on Saturday and Sunday, October 8th and 9th from 10am to 5pm, rain or shine. Demonstrations are under tents. Admission for adults is $10 and children three to 12 are $5.

Save Money And Time Planning Your Wedding Online


By Sharon Naylor, bridal expert with more than 35 published wedding and bridal shower books to date

(NAPSI)--This year, 2.1 million brides will create their dream wedding by threading together a collection of wedding images and

inspirations. With all these ideas floating around, brides need to be organized. Research shows that being disorganized leads to overspending and miscalculations, ending in wedding waste. The organized bride needs a single place to

coordinate the wedding party, search for the perfect dress, track guest responses, monitor the budget and decide on a venue. In the 21st century, a binder full of papers wont do! A digital solution is better suited to capture and coordinate details. Microsoft OneNote 2010 offers a digital solution that brides can count oncomplete with a downloadable wedding-planning template. Couples can copy and paste images that inspire them during wedding planningright into their custom notebookand the program will automatically include the images URL. Plus, if the bride and groom dont have OneNote 2010 on their computer, they can download a free, fully functional

trial copy for 60 days. Here are some tips for how to use online organizers to help ease the stress of planning: Allow the groom to help with planning. Keeping the wedding plans in one easy-toaccess location makes sharing the task easier. Connect the wedding party early. Often, a favorite cousin or sister doesnt live in the same state as the bride. Online wedding planning can span the miles between members of the wedding party. Brides can now spend less time answering repetitive emails and phone calls, because online wedding planning allows them to create a unified place for the wedding party to communicate details, such as tux sizes, dress orders and travel details. Track the budgets every move. Brides and grooms can scan images of receipts into their digital organizer as deposits are paid and use the budget tool to do simple math equations, showing where the budget stands. Plan the honeymoon separately. Planning the honeymoon can be just as time consuming as planning the wedding. Ensure sanity by creating a separate notebook for the honeymoon. Download OneNote 2010 for free at office. com/onenotewedding.

Alisha Lobb and Matthew Rightnour were united in marriage on July 30th. The wedding was officiated by Dr. Matthew Loewenthal during an outdoor ceremony at Skytop Lodge in Skytop, PA. Alisha is the daughter of Joseph and Barbara Lobb of Bangor. She was escorted by her father. Matthew is the son of Terry and Susan Rightnour of Clearfield, PA. Krysta Lobb was maid of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Megan Pallo, sister of the groom; Stephanie Gerhard; Kerri Marcin;

and Kate Bocian. The best man was Justin Ingram and groomsmen were Brandon Lobb, brother of the bride; Josh Norris; Matthew Rowles; Andrew Woolridge; Steven Delich; and Jon Friedberg. Ring bearers were Jude, Matthew and Luke Pallo, nephews of the groom. After a reception at Skytop Lodge the couple honeymooned in Tahiti. They reside in Arlington, Virginia. The bride is a graduate of Bangor Area High School and Pennsylvania State University. She is employed by Boehringer-Ingelheim as a pharmaceutical sales representative in the Washington, D.C. area. The groom graduated from Wake Forest University and received his masters degree from University of Buffalo. He is employed as a Manager in the Structured Finance Group with PricewaterhouseCoopers in Washington, D.C.

Three Can't-Miss Ideas for Fall Wedding Planning


(ARA) - When you think of prime wedding months do May and June spring to mind? You might be surprised to learn that October and November are also popular months for nuptials. When you realize autumn brings not only cooler weather, but less busy caterers or wedding venues, the season's appeal is easy to understand. Whether you're finalizing plans for a wedding this fall or planning ahead for autumn 2012, you'll be looking for ideas to add seasonal spice to your big day. From fall wedding decoration ideas to seasonally appropriate menu suggestions, here are some trends to consider for your fall wedding: In many areas of the country, autumn brings less heat and rain. Plus, saying your "I do's" outside, surrounded by fall's vibrant hues, makes Mother Nature your co-decorator. If you're considering having your wedding outside, don't overlook unusual venues. Municipal parks, national parks, botanical gardens, fruit orchards and even zoos can all be fun and interesting places for a wedding. The colors and spirit of fall can also inspire your accessories and decor. Rustic materials and touches like raffia, twigs and straw can add seasonal flair to decorations. Leaf motifs and autumnal hues can be used to adorn everything from cake cutting sets and table linens to table centerpieces and slipcovers. You can even tie your theme to fall holidays like Halloween or Thanksgiving. Leafshaped votive holders, personal-size pumpkins and other Halloween

flavors of the season. Just as spring and summer wedding menus benefit from the season's fresh produce, you can incorporate the fruits of the fall harvest into your autumn nuptials. Fall vegetables like pumpkin, butternut squash, beets, carrots and rutabagas can be served slow-roasted for a side dish that capital-

izes on the season's most colorful and nutritious offerings. Main course choices also open up in fall, when great game comes in season. Replacing beef with venison or chicken with pheasant not only puts a seasonal stamp on a menu, but creates a culinary experience wedding guests will remember.

wedding favor ideas can add seasonally appropriate fun to your celebration.

A fall wedding also opens up opportunities to create memorable menus that play on the

Community Health and Safety Fair Open to All in Pen Argyl School District
A community Health & Safety Fair will be held at Wind Gap Middle School (rear parking lot) on Wednesday, October 5 from 4pm-7pm. The fair is open to all residents in the Pen Argyl School District and services, games, and food are free of charge. Hot Dogs, chips, popcorn, and ice cream will be available to all in attendance. Local organizations, such as, Plainfield Township Police Department, Bushkill Township Police K9, Lehigh University Police, Recovery Revolution, and so many more will be on hand to offer information on their services. Blood pressure screenings, car seat safety checks, and child IDs will also be available. Pen Argyl students are encouraged to try their hand at dunking their favorite administrators and teachers in the Dunk Tank. Games, face painting, and a moon bounce will be available for kids to enjoy. Gift baskets donated by Plainfield Elementary and Wind Gap Middle School staff, will be given away. A live performance from local band, From the Wreckage will take place from 5pm-7pm. The Miller-Keystone Bloodmobile will be available for anyone that would like to make a blood donation. To make an appointment for the Bloodmobile, contact Joy Bennett at 610-759-2896. If you would like more information on this event, please contact Joy Bennett at 610759-2896 or by email at joylbennett@ hotmail.com.

Pocono Mountains Art Group Announces Gallery Schedule


The Pocono Mountains Art Group, the oldest art organized art group in NEPA, has just announced its October 2011 free art gallery schedule for the West End of Monroe County. The PMA Group Rotational Gallery is open to all members of PMA Group, as well as nonPMA Group members who reside in the West End of Monroe County. All artwork is in excellent museum quality condition and is presented for viewing in a highly professional manner. No artwork contains any nudity or offensive content. October exhibits will feature the following artists and will be available at the following Rotational Gallery locations: Beth Rinkers artwork will be hanging at the East Stroudsburg Savings Association, located on 209, Brodheadsville; Audrey Altemoses artwork will be hanging in Life Is Good Chiropractic, located on route 209, Brodheadsville; Linda Kreckels artwork will be on display in the East Stroudsburg Savings Association, located in the Weis Supermarket on Weir Lake Road and Route 209, Gilbert/Brodheadsville; Linda Marnells paintings will be hanging in the Hotel Jonas, located in Jonas on Rt. 534 and Jonas Road, Barbara Daskals photography will be on display at the Homestead Veterinary Center, also located on Jonas Road, Pat Smiths paintings will be hanging in James & Rae Insurance, and Joan Sayers paintings will be ion display in the Brodheadsville Veterinary Clinic. For further information about the PMA Group Rotational Gallery or if you have any questions, call 570-992-7007.

BACA Plans Halloween Party


The Bikers Against Child Abuse, Lehigh Valley Chapter, will be hosting a Halloween Party fundraiser on Saturday, October 29th, at the Wind Gap Legion, 217 N. Broadway, in WInd Gap. The event will be held from 6pm to midnight, and the cost is $10 per person. Costumes are encouraged but not required. There will be food, entertainment, a 50/50 raffle, tricky tray, and a cash bar. There will also be a Peoples Choice Costume Contest. For more information, please call Danielle Two Feathers Caiazzo at 610-462-5646.

Lehigh Twp. Fire Co. Plans Halloween Oldies Dinner Dance


A Halloween Oldies Dinner Dance will be held at Lehigh Township Volunteer Fire Company, Route 248 and Blue Mountain Drive, Cherryville, on Saturday, October 29th. Doors Open at 6:30pm; Dinner served from 7pm to 8pm. Dancing and Music by Moonlite Memories DJ, will be held from 8pm to Midnight (featuring record hits from the 50s, 60s, & 70s). Tickets are $15 per person and you must be 21 to attend. For reservations call Linda at 610-767-1564. Proceeds benefit the Lehigh Township Volunteer Fire Co. #1.

Lookout Fire Co. Announces Open House


The Lookout Fire Co. of Pen Argyl will be holding A open house, Monday night on October 10th, from 6:30-8, at the Fire station 44 Bell ave Pen Argyl. their will be light refreshments, door prizes, live demostrations, with hands on for the puplic, the fire safety trailer will be open to give tours, the fire trucks will be on display, and much more to see and do. This event is open to the general public, of any age, youre never to young or to old to learn and see what the firemen do to get prepared in case of a real fire or accident and even a cat in the tree.

Spicing Up Your Homes Color Scheme


(NAPSI)If you want to freshen your home without spending a fortune on a major renovation, consider spicing things up with the seasons newest colorscolors inspired by spices and other fresh, savory ingredients. The eight new colors of DuPont Corian solid surfaces blend all the ingredients of a great mealdiversity of color, attention to detail and good taste. Stunning hues with dramatic flakes and flashes of particles set the new colors apart, while providing an aesthetic complement to both traditional and contemporary spaces. These eye-catching colors can be used to contrast or highlight every design element in the room. Just hearing about the latest selection from DuPont may whet your appetite for a costeffective update: Hickory SmokeButtery yellows accented with saffron veining and large silver flecks. CloveCopper and cinnamon emboldened with burnished brown flecks. AllspiceIntense chestnut brown with smoke-infused veining accented with silver flecks. For more informatiom, call 800-4-CORIAN.

Bring The Beach Into Your Home Year-Round


(NAPSI)There's nothing better than digging your toes in the warm sand, breathing crisp, salty air or hearing the sound of waves crashing on the shoreline. But whether the beach is close to home or thousands of miles away, you don't have to leave the memories behind at the summer's end. There are many creative ways to bring the beach into your home all year long. Here are a few project ideas that are sure to give you that tranquil beach feel even on a gloomy winter day: Accent with shimmering sea glass. Sea glass is one of the rarest of all beach finds. Perhaps that's why purchasing an accent piece made of natural sea glass can be very expensive. But thanks to paint innovation, it's easy to replicate the glimmering bluish green tone of natural sea glass and create a beautiful accent piece without spending a fortune. Find an old glass jar, bowl or vase around your homeor purchase one at the dollar store. Then spray it with a paint like Rust-Oleum Frosted Glass Spray. Fill the jar or bowl with sand, coral or shells you brought home from the beach. It will cost less than $10 but will look like you spent a fortune. Seashells forever. Hunting for shells is a timeless beach pastime. And the seashells you find can be used to create one-of-a-kind decorations to give a beach feel to your home year-round. Make sure to clean your shells with soap

and water to remove sand, salt and other debris. Once completely dry, spray on a coat of Bulls Eye Shellac. Its all-natural shellac resin will seal in lingering odors and preserve the shells so they don't crumble over time. Let the shells dry overnight. Then get out your glue gun and attach them to any surface you choose. It's an easy, affordable way to spend some postbeach time with your kids. Frame up your vacation memories. Photos are great for reminiscing about warm summer days at the beach. So instead of storing them on your hard drive, why not frame them in ocean-esque colors for all to see? Find a few old frames, either at home or from a thrift store. Then paint them with a spray paint like Rust-Oleum Stops Rust Harbor Blue or Ultra 2X Aqua. Group your photos on a vacation wallor display them throughout your hometo keep your warm, sunny days at the beach top of mind throughout the winter's chill. Visit Facebook.com/ Paintideas for additional projects.

2011 Open Farm Gate Tours


Penn State Extension, Northampton County, will be holding their 2011 Open Farm Gate Tour on Saturday and Sunday, October 8th and 9th, from noon to 4pm. Enjoy an afternoon visiting local farms, talking with farmers and learning how your food is produced on local farms. It is time to get to know your farmer. Farms included in this years tours include: Amore Farms: 6821 Steuben Road, Nazareth Hayrides, pick your own pumpkins and gourds, corn maze, puzzle woods, fresh fruits and vegetables, thousands of mums, wine tasting, and a self guided vineyard. Burnside Plantation, Sunday only: 1461 Schoenersville Road, Bethlehem - Burnside Plantation is a 6 acre farm museum interpreting farm life from the mid 18th to the mid 19th centuries. It includes a farm house, gardens and heritage apple orchard. The Bethlehem Police horses are housed on site. Activities include pumpkin painting and colonial crafts for children, demonstrations of colonial cooking in the summer kitchen and self guided tours of the house and barn. Buzas Greenhouse: 2937 Newburg Road, Easton They have 17 greenhouses open year round growing for holidays, spring bedding and vegetable plants. Fresh vegetables, sweet corn and also fruit are grown and sold at their own vegetable stand on the property. Learn how integrated pest management keeps plants healthy. Clear Spring Farm: 206 Garr Rd, Easton - Family owned and operated vegetable farm with high tunnel greenhouses for extended growing season. Community supported Ag Program (CSA). Pick your own pumpkin and corn maze. Farm stand open. Graver Farmstead: 820 S Delps Road, Bath - A Pennsylvania Bicentennial farm raising natural and grass-fed beef, pork, poultry and eggs. Hickory Grove Greenhouses: 1096 Milton Street, North Catasauqua Hickory Grove is a year round retail/ wholesale greenhouse established in 1917. Three greenhouses are open to the public. Eight others are used for production. They offer all types of indoor and outdoor seasonal plants and related items. Juniperdale Farms: 1015 Browntown Rd., Nazareth - Family-run dairy farm with field crops. Produce stand family run, Brian and Eva Fulmer with their children, nieces and nephew. Open April to November. Phone 610217-7203 for info. Keepsake Farm & Dairy: 3286 Pheasant Drive, Northampton - They are a grass based dairy farm that specializes in raw milk, artisan cheeses, yogurts, and ice cream.

They also have beef, pork, chicken, and eggs. They will be offering tours of the dairy and creamery. Come see the cows. Klein Farms: 410 Klein Rd. Easton - Klein Farms is a working dairy where they have an onsite store, selling their own raw milk, cheeses and yogurt. Enjoy hayrides to the pumpkin patch, and a free corn maze. Blue Grass music Sunday afternoon. Tours of the Dairy Barn will be available throughout both days, as will tours of the Creamery. Model Rotation Grazing Project: 726 Orchard Rd., Mt. Bethel - The Bangor Area School and MartinsJacoby Watershed Association have created a 68 acre rotational grazing project with the help of local farmer, Richard DiFebo of Harvest Home Meats LLC. Northampton County 4-H Center: Sunday Only - 777 Bushkill Center Road, Nazareth - The 4-H center is the focal point for 4-H youth activities in our county horse shows, clinics, club activities, and our annual county 4-H Fair. Join them for a horse show starting at 10am. Point Phillip Perennials: 2764 W. Scenic Drive, Danielsville - Point Phillip Perennials has 2 acres of gardens composed of many unusual plants and perennials, trees and shrubs. Purple Haze Alpacas: 798 Slate Belt Blvd, Bangor For twelve years Purple Haze Alpacas has strived for the finest quality alpacas and the best bloodlines in the Northeast with the Blue ribbons and Championships to prove it.

Best 100% fiber and yarn, sweaters, hats, socks, shawls, etc. Spinning demonstration both days. Arlene and Marcel will answer questions about the benefits of starting with good quality alpacas. Raub Farms: 1459 Tatamy Road, Easton - The family has been farming in Palmer Township since 1928. The farm offers fresh fruits and vegetables from June through December. Corn maze, hayride, pumpkin patch in the fall. During Open Gate enjoy a hayride around the corn maze, the corn maze, pumpkin patch, and more. R.C. Sons Garden Center & Greenhouses: 5880 Front St. Easton - Relax

with a scenic country view of our family-owned and operated garden center and greenhouses. Offering thousands of fall mums, ornamental cabbage, snow pansies, unique perennials, shrubs, trees and aquatic plants and fish. Seiple Farms: 5761 NorBath Blvd, Bath - They are a 5th generation farm celebrating over 120 years. They have pumpkins, gourds, Indian corn, farm animals and a haunted house. They also have concession stands, hayrides to the pumpkin patch and a corn maze all for family fun. Smith Krekk Alpacas: 7525 Hahn Rd, Bangor -

They are a family run Alpaca farm with over 20 alpacas. They offer boarding services; alpaca fiber processing, breeding stock and pet quality alpacas for sale. Spring Valley Farms: 750 Mt Pleasant Rd., Bangor Preserved dairy farm with a new 80-cow free-stall barn and a double-six milking parlor. Farm grown corn and hay are fed to the dairy herd. Valley View Farm: 3933 Lehigh Drive, Northampton - Pasture based, all natural meats, grass finished beef, lamb, goat, pastured poultry and pork. Hayride with brief descriptions of each animal type.

Pocono Garden Club Plans October Meeting


The Pocono Garden Club will hold its next meeting on Tuesday October 11th at 1pm. at the Monroe County Environmental Center ( Kettle Creek). There will be a presentation on Hydroponic Gardening with Jerry Napolitano. The Monthly design is titled "Capturing Autumn" A frame design using a combination of fresh and silk materials. No accessory. The Horticulture entry is a Hosta leaf or fern branch, one stem in a clear container, sized proportionately. The Houseplant entry is a dish garden, accessories permitted. Please bring your entries 30 minutes before the start of the meeting. Everyone interested in gardening is welcome. For more information please contact club President Sandra Dickl at 570-619-8088 or email sankar@ptd.net.

Beckys Dream Come True Benefit Postponed Until Oct. 9


By Sarah Loren

You can help make a childs dream a reality this weekend during the 24th Annual Lehigh Twp. Benefit Festival and Car Show at Beckys Drive In, 4548 Lehigh Dr. in Walnutport. The event was planned for October 2nd, but was postponed until the 9th due to this past weekends rain. The festival will benefit Dream Come True of the Lehigh Valley, which promotes and enriches the lives of children who are seriously, chronically or terminally ill. The foundation offers children with life threatening

illnesses the chance to hope, dream and live their fantasies. For example, John, a young boy diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy at birth, dreamed of meeting a Disney Animator, which relates to his own career goals. Not only did Dream Come True grant Johns wish of meeting a Disney Animator, but they made it possible for John to meet his favorite Disney Animator. So pack the family in the car this weekend and head to Beckys Drive In for a few hours of fun that will help turn childrens dreams into a reality. The festival and

car show will be held from 8am to 4pm and will feature entertainment by Twitty Fever, a flea market, crafts, food and more. For more information about Dream Come

True, visit www. d r e a m c o m e t r u e . o rg . Also, visit www. beckysdi.com for next years planned events, view their photo gallery and more. You can also visit them on Facebook.

Gatsby Gala Will Benefit Developmental Education Services Foundation


The Gatsby Gala will be held on Saturday, October 29th at the historic Shawnee Inn at 6:30pm. Dining and dancing will begin at 7:30pm. Knock at the green door with the secret password to gain entry for cocktails at Charlies Speakeasy. There will be dancers from Dance Charisma, crooners galore and swinging tunes from Riverside Rhythms. Antique autos will grace the grounds. Historic characters like the real McCoys, the likes of W.C. Fields, May West and other notables will also be part of this event. Dinner choices include prime rib, crab cakes, and chicken pot pie. Dinner will be finished with peach melba, cookies, and international cheeses. The riverview veranda will entertain a cigar and cognac bar. The event ticket is $100 per person, which benefits the Developmental Education Services Foundation of Monroe County, offices located in Stroudsburg. For more information, visit www.devedmc.org. For reservations, contact Sue Folk, Executive Director of DES, at 570-424-5410.

Free Vendor Space at The New Mt. Bethel Plaza Flea Market Oct. 8 and 9
By Sarah Loren

You dont need money to make money this weekend at The New Mt. Bethel Plaza Flea Market. Owners Frank and Jim Comunale are offering each vendor a free space this weekend only, October 8th and 9th. This is a great opportunity to make some extra money without spending any, Jim said. The flea market opened

in the summer of this year in Mt. Bethel Plaza on Rt. 512, next to Furniture and Firearms Depot. Its open every Saturday and Sunday, weather permitting. There are over 80 vendor spots available, at a normal rate of $12 per day. There is a snack bar, ample parking and restrooms available. Located in a busy shopping mall, vendors are very likely to see a lot of

customers. We have the customers, Jim said. All we need is weekly vendors. Whether youre cleaning out your garage or youre an avid flea market vendor, we want you to become a part of our flea market. To reserve a spot for this weekend, call Jim at 570-795-9825. Also, visit their Facebook page, Mt. Bethel Plaza Flea Market.

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Donate Pennies For Patients


What is a penny worth? To most people probably nothing. You can't even buy a piece of gum with it. So you either throw it on the ground or stuff it in a can or jar. To a Cancer patient, these pennies put together could mean a cure for them. A few pennies put together could mean a cure for someone you know or love. Team "Ray Of Hope," with The Relay For Life-Slate Belt, is trying to collect 1,000,000 pennies to help save lives of Cancer patients. Their goal is to collect this amount of pennies between now and May 15th, 2012. Donate your pennies: ask friends, neighbors, organizations, church groups, and people at work to donate their pennies. To donate, please contact Tonya or Dave King at 610-588-1928 or email ghfan @rcn.com for more information.