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COMMUNITY CHORUS: The Susquehanna Community Chorus needs at least 25 singers. Practice begins Thursday, March 7, 7:00pm at St. John's Church. The concert will be Sunday, May 5, 3:00pm at the Susquehanna High School auditorium. Contact: Jeffrey Keyes (570) 877-2896; Brenda Tiffany (570) 727-2448 (home) or (570) 442-1001 (cell). You have until the first practice to commit.


BLOOD DRIVE: Community Blood Drive at St. Marks Church, 1148 Main Street, New Milford. Thursday, 1:30 - 6:30pm. For an appointment call 1-800-Red-Cross.


CLOTHE MY SHEEP: At the First UMC, 69 Pratt Street, New Milford. Saturday, 10am-noon. Open to residents of Susquehanna County. Come, browse and shop.


BINGO: Bingo Every Sunday at Thompson Hose Company. Doors/Kitchen open at 12:30. Early Bird starts at 1:15, Regular Bingo at 2:00. See for full details.


FIRST FRIDAY CAFÉ: At the First UMC, 69 Pratt Street, New Milford. Friday, 7 - 8pm. Bring a friend for a relaxing time of music, refreshments and faith to kick off the month.


PIZZA/WINGS: At Thompson Hose Company from 12 - 6pm. Wings: Hot, Mild, Garlic, Honey Mustard, BBQ. 16" Round Pizza: Plain, Pepperoni, Mushroom, Banana Peppers, Onions, Sausage. Fryer Food: Mozz Sticks, Battered Cauliflower & Mushrooms, Poppers, Perogies. To pre-order call: 570-442-1107; 570-442-1208. Day of, call: 570-727-2431.

BINGO: Bingo Every Sunday at Thompson Hose Company. Doors/Kitchen open at 12:30. Early Bird starts at 1:15, Regular Bingo at 2:00. See for full details.


DINNER CANCELED: There will be no Chicken and Biscuit Dinner at the VFW Auxiliary in Great Bend.


TEXTILE ARTS OVER THE CENTURIES: Artists Barb Merritt and Jayne Stoll share their love of Fiber Arts and discuss quilting over the centuries. View vintage quilts and antique sewing machines, including the one on display in the Wheaton House. Free, at Salt Springs Park, Franklin Forks. Sunday, 1pm.


SOUP/SALAD: At the First UMC, 69 Pratt Street, New Milford. Wednesday, 5 - 6pm in the Social Hall. Come join us! Free Will Offering.


CHORUS CONCERT: The Susquehanna Community Chorus, accompanied by Jeffrey Keyes and directed by Brenda Tiffany, will sing a wide variety of Choral works, 3:00pm Sunday, at the Susquehanna High School auditorium.

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Senior Menu - January 28-February 1

Monday: Cheeseburger On Whole Wheat, Lentil Soup, Tossed Salad, Pineapple.

Tuesday: Rotini Pasta with Sausage, Sauteed Spinach, Whole Wheat Pasta, Fresh Fruit Salad.

Wednesday: Meatloaf, Mashed Potato, Dilled Carrots, Dinner Roll, Margarine, Cottage Cheese and Peaches.

Thursday: Roast Pork, Oven-Roasted Potato, Sauerkraut, Dinner Roll, Margarine, Chocolate Chip Cookie.

Friday: Chicken Cordon Bleu, Green and Wax Beans, Herbed Brown Rice, Orange.

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EMTC To Present Trouble Comes In Red

Endless Mountains Theatre Company will present "Trouble Comes in Red," an original, noir detective drama by local playwright David Schmidt, on Saturday, January 26 at 7pm and Sunday, January 27, 3pm at the Great Bend VFW, Main Street, Great Bend.

Doors open 30 minutes before show time, and light fare will be served.

Mark Creamer returns to the stage as Nick Holliday, Private Investigator, with the ever-loyal Dora Chase (Bobbi Jo Kelsey) at his side in this installment in the Parlor City Noir series.

Nick finds himself embroiled in a case involving art fraud and murder after Norah Masconi (Kimberly Fisher) walks through his office door.

Norah believes her husband, the notorious mob boss Vinnie Masconi (Paul Tompson) was swindled by a crooked art dealer into buying what he believed is a lost Da Vinci painting called "The Lady in Red."

Nick sets about investigating the painting – and the murder connected to it – with Parlor City Police Department and the organized crime boss watching his every move.

The line between the good guys and bad guys blur as Nick races to solve the murder and origins of the mysterious painting before more Parlor City residents become victims in tensions that could erupt in a mob war.

"Trouble Comes in Red" is directed by Bonnie Love-Colwell. Tickets are available at the door. Light fare will be served and a cash bar will be available.

Find Endless Mountains Theatre Co. on Facebook; or visit them on the web at for information about upcoming shows, auditions and events.

For information on how you can help sustain EMTC's theatre arts' initiatives in Susquehanna County or join an upcoming production on- or off-stage, email

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