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Stefanie and Bill Allen, New Milford, are pleased to announce the arrival of Reese Allen, born December 21, 2003 at seven pounds, seven ounces, and 19 1/2 inches long. She is welcomed home by her big sister, Cayli. Pictured above is Cayli holding her new sister, Reese.
Maternal grandparents are Don and Dolly Kowalewski, New Milford.
Paternal grandparents are Bill and Paulette Allen, Hallstead.
The Christmas quilted wall hanging, to benefit the Northern Wayne Community Library, was raffled off on December 13 at the librarys holiday program, "Stories of Gifts and Giving." The winner was Agnes Whitney of Starlight. Pictured (l-r) holding the quilt are Devon and Masen Suhadolnik; kneeling, Elizabeth Lepro and Alexander Nees.
TOWANDA - Endless Mountains Heritage Region Inc. (EMHR) is accepting membership renewals and new members for 2004. EMHR is a State Heritage Park, strongly invested in regional community goals and maintaining a high quality of life in the counties it serves: Bradford, Sullivan, Wyoming and Susquehanna.
Memberships are available to individuals, small businesses, professional groups, non-profit groups, corporations and municipalities.
Historical Societies in all four counties strongly support EMHR and were among the first to join during the initial membership campaign three years ago. Other organizational members include Arts Councils, Cultural Groups, Heritage Restoration Groups, Visitors Bureaus, and Economic Development Groups.
Funds raised through memberships allow EMHR to promote and support a variety of activities focused on effective development and preservation of natural and cultural resources throughout the Endless Mountains. A strong regional membership base is necessary for the organization to continue to grow, prosper, and expand services.
EMHR is a 501c3 non-profit organization and welcomes donations. For more information contact Endless Mountains Heritage Region, 10 Park Street, Towanda, 18848; (570) 265-1528.
The Family Community Center held a "Thanksgiving" PACT on November 21, where children and their parents learned the importance of honesty. Each child and their parents listened to stories and made crafts, such as the "thankful wreath." The December 16 PACT, "Santa and a Sundae" brought out 56 children and adults. The children played a game with Christmas stockings and candy. A Christmas story was read while waiting for Santas arrival. Each child had the opportunity to tell Santa their Christmas wishes and received a bag of goodies and a candy cane reindeer. Everyone enjoyed the variety of sundaes that were served. Januarys PACT, "Make a Memory," will be held on Wednesday, January 21 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the New Milford Family Community Center. All are welcome to come. For more details or to sign your family up, please call 4652880 or 2789027.
Effective January 1, 2004, some changes to the eligibility requirements for PACE and PACENET will be implemented as follows.
PACE Eligibility Requirements: age 65 or older; a resident of Pennsylvania for at least 90 days prior to the date of your application; cannot be enrolled in Medical Assistance; total previous year income for a single person, $14,500 or less; total previous year income for a married couple, $17,700 or less.
Once an application is approved, an enrollee is responsible for a $6.00 co-payment for generic medications and a $9.00 co-payment for brand-name medications.
PACENET Eligibility Requirements: age 65 or older; a resident of Pennsylvania for at least 90 days prior to the date of your application; cannot be enrolled in Medical Assistance; total previous year income for a single person, $14,500 $23,500; total previous year income for a married couple, $17,700 $31,500.
Once an application is approved, an enrollee is responsible for a $40 a month deductible, cumulative to $480 per enrollment year.
Once an enrollee meets the deductible, he/she is responsible for an $8.00 copayment for generic medications and a $15.00 co-payment for brand name medications.
For more information, contact the B/S/S/T Area Agency on Aging at 1-800-982-4346.
The Sensational Skiers will start the new season on Wednesday, January 7. Over 20 years ago the Sensational Skiers began as a 4-H Club. When 4-H could no longer sponsor, the leaders decided to keep the club going as a community club. They had many, many families taking advantage of the opportunity to ski together mid week at group rates. They now only have a few skiers and would like to have more join. They meet every Wednesday at 5 p.m. in the main lodge. Call Susan at 679-2386 or Nancy at 679-2273 for more information.
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