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*CALENDAR FUNDRAISER: A beautiful 2019 calendar with Master Gardener's photos and helpful gardening tips. Proceeds used to host Master Gardener events/programs in Susquehanna County. Pick up at the Extension Office after October 25th. For order forms email: susquehannamg@psu.edu, call 570-666-9003, or at the Penn State Extension Office, 88 Chenango Street, Montrose.

*CHRISTMAS FUNDRAISER: Order deadline was: Nov. 8th. Pick up: Thursday, Nov. 29th, 2-6pm at the Penn State Extension Office, 88 Chenango Street, Montrose. Proceeds go to community educational programming. For questions call 570-666-9003, or email susquehannamg@psu.edu.

*CALENDAR: The South Creek Lions Club 2019/20 Community Calendar will be available on February 1, 2019. To have birthdays, anniversaries or meeting dates listed, call 570-529-2763. Available to anyone for a small fee. The deadline for changes is November 30th. Visit on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/SouthCreekLions/.

NOVEMBER 22

THANKSGIVING DINNER: Enjoy a free traditional Thanksgiving Dinner with all the trimmings, at the UMC, Main Street, Susquehanna, from 12 - 4:00pm. For questions contact Pastor Vince Chiaramonte at: 570-756-2420, or email: Clearmountain2158@gmail.com.

NOVEMBER 24

FREE DINNER: Saturday, at UMCC in Great Bend, Caring Cafe, a free community dinner, will be serving from 4 - 6pm.

NOVEMBER 25

GIFT WRAPPING: Free Gift Wrapping at UMCC, Great Bend. Label all your gifts and we'll do the wrapping. Drop off packages at 5:00pm, pick them up at 7:30. Join us for worship, 5:30-7:30pm, while your gifts are being wrapped. For questions, contact the Church Office at 570-879-4506.

LIGHT AGAINST THE DARKNESS: At the Harford First Congregational UCC, front lawn on Sunday. Prayers and indoor carols begin at 5:30 with the tree lighting to follow at 6pm. Free food and fun games for kids.

NOVEMBER 26

FREE HUNTER'S COFFEE STOP: Monday, 6am - 12pm. Warm up inside Lakeside Community Church, three miles east of New Milford, on Route 492 across from Stump Pond.

NOVEMBER 27

MEETING: Tuesday, 1pm at Green Gables. Postmaster Colleen Minnick will discuss a new postal service program, Every Door Direct Mail. Targeted advertising allows customers to pinpoint their mail marketing audience to specific locations and sorted by age, income, or household size.

NOVEMBER 30

HOMEMADE SOUP: Soup supper at Christ Episcopal Church, Dundaff & Delaware Streets, Forest City. Friday, Take-Out: 3:30 - 4:30pm; All-U-Can-Eat Soup Buffet: 5:00 - 7:00pm. For a full list of available soups or to reserve your take-out order, call 570-785-3425.

DECEMBER 1

BREAKFAST WITH SANTA: The SCDA invites you to their annual Free Breakfast with Santa on Saturday, 8:30-10:30am, at St. John's Parish Hall. There will also be prizes and pictures with Santa.

CHRISTMAS BAZAAR: Saturday, 9am - 2:30pm, at Holy Name of Mary Church, 278 South Main St., Montrose. Breakfast and lunch available, including takeout. There will also be theme baskets and a raffle.

CHRISTMAS BAZAAR: Saturday, 9am - 3pm at the First Presbyterian Church, 367 Church St., Montrose. Proceeds to benefit church restoration. Proceeds of gently used Christmas items to benefit church youth.

DECEMBER 2

ALIVE TOGETHER: The four Sundays in Advent have different opportunities for giving back to the community at UMCC, Great Bend. At Alive Together worship, 5:30-7:30pm, bake cookies for the local First Responders. Learn to worship through servant hearts as we give/receive these gifts For-Giving!

DECEMBER 7

TREE LIGHTING: South Gibson UMC hosts an Outdoor Christmas Tree Lighting with Hymns, followed by a Potluck Dinner, Friday at 6pm. All are welcome to come enjoy warm cocoa and a potluck meal. If able, bring a dish to share. For more information visit www.gibsoncharge.org.

DECEMBER 8

WINTER SNOW FUN: At Salt Springs Park, Franklin Forks; Saturday, 1pm. Snowshoes or ice cleats and poles provided—just wear your winter boots—and basic instruction as needed. Free.

DECEMBER 9

BREAKFAST WITH SANTA: Sunday, 7 - 10am, at the South Creek Lions Club, Route 14 in Gillett. Menu includes pancakes, bacon, sausage, ham, eggs. Kids under 12 free. Bring your camera, Santa will be there at 8am.

FREE MEMORY LUNCHEON: Sunday at 12:30pm, offered by Stop the Stigma group at St. Paul's Episcopal Church Parrish Hall, 276 Church St., Montrose. Open to all who have suffered a loss to addiction. Join us for lunch, Christmas music, encouragement and support. For more info contact: lbgraham52@gmail.com.

HOLIDAY CENTERPIECE/CRAFTS: At Salt Springs Park, Franklin Forks; Sunday, 1pm. Take a walk to gather some of nature's treasures and create a natural piece of art—a wreath, centerpiece, ornament, or other. Some tools provided; bring yours if you can. Members are free.

ALIVE TOGETHER: The four Sundays in Advent have different opportunities for giving back to the community at UMCC, Great Bend. At Alive Together evening worship, 5:30-7:30pm, stuff stockings for homeless. Learn to worship through servant hearts as we give/receive these gifts For-Giving!

DECEMBER 12

ORGAN/LUNCHEON: Advent Organ Meditation, features organist Martha Denkenberger. Wednesday at 12pm, followed by a Free Soup Luncheon at First Presbyterian Church, 367 Church St., Montrose.

DECEMBER 15

COOKIE WALK: Clifford Vacation Bible School is hosting a Christmas Cookie Walk, Saturday, 9am - 12pm, at the UMC, Main Street, Clifford. UMC is also a Toys For Tots collection site.

DROP AND SHOP: Drop the kids off for holiday fun, Saturday, 9am - 1pm, while you enjoy free time to prep for the holidays! Activities include games, cookie baking/decorating, gingerbread houses, movies and more. Must be pre-registered. Contact Tammy Stout at (570) 396-7081 for more info.

WINTER SNOW FUN: At Salt Springs Park, Franklin Forks; Saturday, 1pm. Snowshoes or ice cleats and poles provided—just wear your winter boots—and basic instruction as needed. Free.

BENEFIT DINNER: A ziti dinner to benefit US Marines, Saturday, 4 - 7pm, at Lenoxville Community Hall, Route 374. Baked goods available. Also collecting new, unwrapped toys for local needy families. Purchase tickets from any Lenoxville UMC member. Limited amount available at the door.

DECEMBER 16

ALIVE TOGETHER: The four Sundays in Advent have different opportunities for giving back to the community at UMCC, Great Bend. At Alive Together worship, 5:30-7:30pm, make toys for local animal shelters. Learn to worship through servant hearts as we give and receive these gifts For-Giving!

DECEMBER 18

HOLIDAY PARTY: Tuesday, 11am - 2pm, at United Way, 693 Main St., New Milford. Lunch and refreshments provided. RSVP by Monday, December 10th by clicking "Register Now". Bring non-perishable food items, to be donated to First UMC's "Feed My Sheep" pantry, New Milford; or health/beauty aid products, to be donated to the Nurse's Pantry, at SCSD. If Blue Ridge School is closed due to weather, the party will be canceled.

DECEMBER 19

ORGAN/LUNCHEON: Advent Organ Meditation, features organist Richard VanAuken. Wednesday at 12pm, followed by a Free Soup Luncheon at First Presbyterian Church, 367 Church Street, Montrose.

DECEMBER 23

ALIVE TOGETHER: The four Sundays in Advent have different opportunities for giving back to the community at UMCC, Great Bend. At Alive Together evening worship, 5:30-7:30pm, celebrate and practice forgiveness. Learn to worship through servant hearts as we give/receive these gifts For-Giving!

DECEMBER 24

CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE: Monday, 8pm, at the Harford First Congregational UCC.

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Senior Menu - November 26-30

Monday: Baked Fish Florentine, Scalloped Potatoes, Broccoli and Cauliflower, Dinner Roll with Butter, Chocolate Chip Cookie.

Tuesday: Chicken Alfredo, Garlic Spinach, Minestrone Soup, Sorbet.

Wednesday: Meatloaf, Mashed Potato, Carrots and Broccoli, Dinner Roll with Butter, Cottage Cheese and Berries.

Thursday: Glazed Pork Loin Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Green Beans, Dinner Roll, Cinnamon Baked Apples.

Friday: BBQ Chicken Roasted Red Potato, Broccoli Biscuit with Margarine, Rice Pudding.

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Senior Eat & Greet

B/S/S/T Area Agency on Aging, Inc. will sponsor an Eat & Greet event at 11:00am on Wednesday, November 28 at the St. Martin of Tours Church, located at Route 49 & Route 492 in Jackson. The theme, "Hidden Treasures of Susquehanna County" will explore lesser known and unique landmarks in the area with Jean Ruhf, Executive Director of the Endless Mountains Visitor Center. Adults 60 and over are invited to attend this free, informative event. Lunch will be served following the program. Reservations are required by November 26, and can be made by calling 1-800-634-3746.

The B/S/S/T Area Agency on Aging, Inc. is funded in part by the Pennsylvania Department of Aging; the United Way of Bradford County; the Lycoming County United Way; the United Way of Susquehanna County and the Bradford, Sullivan, Susquehanna, and Tioga County Commissioners. For additional information on Area Agency on Aging services, please call 1-800-982-4346.

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