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New Welcome Signs For New Milford
Judge Finishes Term Of Office
Dave Schwartz Joins Peoples National Bank
4-H News


New Welcome Signs For New Milford

After an effort that has spanned several years, New Milford now has spanking new welcome signs at the three primary entrances to the Borough and Township. The old wooden signs on Rt 11 were replaced at this time last year with new attractive red and gold signs made of laminate materials. Shown above is the newly installed ”show piece” of the sign project which was sponsored by the New Milford Community Men’s Club, with assistance from the Borough and Township. The sign is on Rte. 492 and it features an emblem stating “Gateway to the Endless Mountains”. In keeping with the importance of heritage, and the central role both New Milford and the stone industry represent to the region, the attractive sign is a 3000 pound piece of native Pennsylvania bluestone, shaped like the states keystone emblem, and engraved with the incorporation dates of the Borough and Township.

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Judge Finishes Term Of Office

New Milford Borough Judge of Elections Fran Worden completed his final term of office, following many years of service on the election board.

Pictured is Fran Worden (left) assisting voter Julie Petrilyak.

Fran said, “I tried to close the poll booths early one time by mistake, and it created a lot of laughs. Anyhow, seeing the voters exercise the right to cast their ballot at election time is a rewarding experience. I am proud to be an American. I will miss the election board staff. The workers certainly are a spirited and dedicated group, serving their community!”

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Dave Schwartz Joins Peoples National Bank

Peoples National Bank is pleased to announce that Dave Schwartz (pictured) has joined the bank as Managing Director of Investments. Dave has 18 years of experience in Financial Services in Northeast Pennsylvania and will specialize in assisting PNB customers in Northeast Pennsylvania and the Southern Tier of NY with retirement, college and wealth management planning. Dave joins the award winning PNB investment team and will be instrumental in the implementation of expanded products and services offered to PNB customers. Dave is a lifelong resident of Susquehanna County.

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4-H News

Fancy Feathers Poultry Club

The 4-H Showmanship contest was held during Harford Fair. There were seven members competing from ages 8 to 13 with Jessica Sartell judging. The contest was judged on how well the member follows judge’s directions, appearance and enjoying the experience. They are also judged on the appearance of the chicken. They are then asked questions on the breed, variety as well as explaining the basic care of the chicken.

Champion Showman was Jordan Ayers and Res. Champion was Makayla Kingston.

This year we had a real nice selection of poultry for the 4 H show. A large number of the birds were bantams.

Grand Champion of the Show was Belgian D'Uccle mille fluer pullet, Madison Stanford.

Res. Grand Champion of the Show was Silver-Laced Wyandotte pullet, Justin Stanford.

Endless Possibilities Horse and Pony

The Endless Possibilities Horse and Pony 4-H club recently held a meeting at the house of Judy Jenkins. The meeting was called to order by Judy Jenkins. Roll was taken and members gave a short speech about their horse. Following that, officers were elected as follows: President-Shelby Twining, Vice President - Mariah White, Secretary - Kristina Fallon, Treasurer - Sondra Fallon, Historian - Samantha Graham.

Events were discussed such as the 4-H Horse Banquet and the club's tack shopping trip to Pleasant Hill on October 23. The club's Christmas Party was mentioned and voted on. It will take place on November 19 from 1:00-3:30 and will be a swimming party at Elk Lake School.

Judy Jenkins then handed out important papers for new and old members for the upcoming year. She also handed out Gertrude Hawks candy bars for fundraising.

The meeting was adjourned at 7:30 p.m.

News Reporter: Kristina Fallon

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