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It's a Girl!
It's a Girl!
Browndale Fire Co. Annual Report
Patricia Sarazen Is In The Top 50
Waiting For You!

It's a Girl!


Nevaeh Ann Wolf(pictured) was born February 4, 2006 at 2:17 p.m. to new parents Ashley and Kyle Wolf of North Jackson, PA.

Proud grandparents are Roger and Laura Stone of Thompson, PA.

Great- grandparents are Fred and Helen Stone of North Jackson, PA and Josephine Wolf of Susquehanna, PA.

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It’s A Girl!


A daughter, Haley Marie, was born February 2, 2006 to Dan and Diane Ebhardt, New Milford, PA at Wilson Hospital, Binghamton, NY, at 11:05 p.m. Haley was six pounds, thirteen ounces, twenty inches long at birth.

Paternal grandparent is Eileen Ebhardt, Hallstead.

Maternal grandparents are Carolyn and Joseph Heron, Hamlin, PA.

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Browndale Fire Co. Annual Report

Following is the Browndale Fire Co. #1 annual report, graciously submitted to the County Transcript by Chief Dave Richards.

Co. #1 responded to 99 location fires/incidents and 102 alarms sounded during 2005.

Assorted company personnel received 3855 hours of supervised training (that’s 96+ weeks of volunteer time for “training” alone).

Members, collectively responded 609 times during 2005, with member Josh Debevec “winning the gold” by responding to 82 alarms himself!

Well, done, Co. #1!

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Patricia Sarazen Is In The Top 50

Patricia Sarazen of Susquehanna has placed in the top 50 in the nation for “Winter Storm,” a poem appearing in the previous issue of Bell’s Letters Poet magazine of Gulfport, Miss.

The rating is based on a vote of readers in the 48 contiguous states, Hawaii and five foreign nations. Some 2,000 votes are cast after each issue for more than 100 finalists. The results placed this poem in 40th place.

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Waiting For You!


This wonderful, small to medium sized female Beagle mix was abandoned in the Silver Lake area, but no one has claimed her. She is such a sweet, affectionate little girl who sits quietly in her cage just waiting for that special someone to adopt her. Please don’t let her wait too long. Come and make this sad little girl happy.

She’ll be waiting for you at the Susquehanna County Humane Society Shelter in Montrose, (570) 278–1228.

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